Weaving and turning, shaping and gathering, even until there arose from out of the
golden streams, seven women clothed in silver light; being themselves naked and unadorned
by anything save virtue only; being themselves most beautiful and rare; and the names
of the seven were: Wisdom, Benevolence, Faith, Justice, Fortitude, Beauty and Harmony.
Summary: Beauty is one of the seven living reflections of Areta, the Supreme Mother
of Heaven. The seven emanations of Areta are referred to as the Azurgai, which exist
as sovereign and living personifications brought forth to reflect the purest essence
of the Supreme Mother. The Azurgai are represented by seven women of virtue: Wisdom,
Benevolence, Faith, Justice, Fortitude, Beauty and Harmony (5:3:19-27).
Each of the Azurgai served as surrogate mothers of the Ahgendai (5:3:52-63; 5:7:21-26).
The seven virtues personified by the Azurgai are also designated as the pillars of
holiness and exaltation (W:26:34-37), from which the seven dispensations of God are