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Alu-Shali (portals of)

 

Pronunciation:  ah-LOO + shah-LEE

Occurrences:  1
Reference:
 6th Endowment 11:2

 

And passing near the portals of Alu-Shali, the Koshendai did take cue, and with great subtlety did they begin to constrict the folds of the great dimensions, to channel both the Azraella and the Demiurge into the gateway of the Rift, causing that the vast armies of Yaldabaoth should prove themselves constricted upon all their many flanks, to hinder them in the use of all their mighty numbers.

 

 

See:  Korisedrah, Surinatha, Shah-Malan

 

Summary:  During Heaven’s Second War against the Demiurge, the army of Light retreated from the battle of Xanjipoorah, and were led by Azraella to what is referred to as the portals of Alu-Shali. According to the Azrael's Commentary, Alu-Shali is another cosmos separated from the cosmos of God (the Surinatha) by thousands of billions of light-years. The Azraella used this portal through time and space as a strategic device to restrict the vast numbers of the Demiurge as they passed through what is referred to as the “Rift of Korisedrah”. Having passed through the Rift, the army of Light was able to turn and use the bulk of their numbers against the narrow line of dark minions being pushed through the portal (6:11:1-5).

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Portals of Alu-Shali

 

A portal is a nexus point between converging dimensions which are located at a specific place and time. When a specific place (in this case the place is a region known as Alu-Shali) interfaces with a specific time, an individual can step through and go from the cosmos of God, which is bound within the Surinatha, to another cosmos called Alu-Shali, a distance of thousands of billions of light years away. The time required to go such a distance takes anywhere from five seconds to thirty seconds, depending on the stability of the nexus point. This stability is dependant on the cosmic conditions of the cosmos Alu-Shali, and has nothing to do with conditions within the Surinatha.

 

 

Notes/References:

Alpia
Alvin Smith