“Behold, I am Sodis Sophia, being myself the first of seven emanations which did
rise up from living streams of light and glory, reflecting out of eternal depths
the mystery and the wonder; revealing in fullness the richest of many pearls, even
Eroel, the pearl beyond price or measure.
Summary: On November 14, 2007, Archie D. Wood, Sr. (aka Azrael Ondi-Ahman) was visited
by an angel of light who identified herself as Sodis Sophia, “...the first of seven
emanations which did rise up from living streams of light and glory” (W:29:2). The
angel proceeded to give a message, directed “to all of God’s children, to reveal
in them the Light of lights which leads to transformation” (W:29:3). This message
would become the last text written and included in the Song of God.
It is assumed that Sodis Sophia is the first of the seven Azurgai — wondrous emanations
that reflect the pure virtues of Areta, the Supreme Mother of all Heaven and creation.
The seven Azurgai and the corresponding virtue which they embody are: Wisdom, Benevolence,
Faith, Justice, Fortitude, Beauty and Harmony (5:3:27). As the first emanation, Sodis
Sophia represents the virtue of Wisdom. The first encounter between Areta and the
Azurgai, including a conversation between Areta and Sodis Sophia, is recorded in
the 5th Endowment (5:3:16-36).
These then are the words of Sodis Sophia, and when she was concluded, there came
from Heaven the sound of singing and great rejoicing; for now in all the Song is
done, but you alone must live it, to let it sing throughout your life till you become
Wisdom 29:36 (The last verse of scripture recorded and included in the Song of
And hearing this the Azurgai did deeply sigh, and Wisdom spoke unto the Azraella,
saying: “If you would dwell in holiness beside the Father and the Mother, then must
you prove yourself most worthy. For there is a path which you must tread, whereby
you might prove the true desires of all your heart.
For this path is a dark and fearsome path, ever wending through the Deep where lurks
the Eidos and the Antipode of God; being themselves most dreadful teachers filled
And if it so be that you should choose to walk this path, to endure well all adversities
without complaint, then shall you find your way to God, having become even as they
are; to be yourselves, both male and female brought into the presence of your Heavenly
Father and Heavenly Mother.”