From the Council of El Kolobree did there preside Shuliel and Xaniel; from the Council
of El Ramadee presided Dahmiel and Bithliel; from the Council of Shem El Koreem presided
Shoandiel and Doriel; from the Council of Elkashie presided Pajmiel and Hashimiel;
from the Council of Elolam presided Henliel and Bashiel; and from the Council of
Elohim presided Noeiel and Galendriel.
The loss of Dahmiel proved a horrible shock to all of Heaven, as never before had
an Archon perished, nor was it thought possible that a God could be destroyed. In
gratitude and remembrance of Dahmiel’s sacrifice, the Azraella placed a brilliant
star in the midst of the Chasm, to forever shine as a testimony to Dahmiel’s courage
1. And being himself filled with rage and hurtful spite, Yaldabaoth struck hard against
the Light; causing that the Azraella should stagger beneath so fierce a blow, sending
throughout the height and breadth and depth of all the many Heavens a deep and frightful
2. And the portals of Heaven did quake and tremble before the struggle of Good and
Evil, Light and Darkness; and there rushed forth from among the seven Ahmans, Dahmiel
of Komah Seedrah, being himself the Ahman of all the realms of El Ramadee.
3. Being himself therefore fearful for the sake of Azraella, he leaped forth boldly
most gravely stern, casting himself straightway in a mighty rush into the face of
Yaldabaoth; and in an instant did he perish midst flashing flames and bursting shards,
which like glass did shatter into splinters of broken light.
4. Then did there erupt from out of all the Heavens a deep and wailing cry, for even
all the Gods did shake with a sudden start; for at no time had any of the Archons
been made to perish before the throne of God, to become themselves no more forever.
5. And the Azraella, seeing so great a dreadful thing, gathered up the fullness of
all his powers, to focus into one the sum of all dimensions, primes and fractals,
and as a bolt of mighty lightning he flashed across the troubling tide, to strike
against the Lord of Chaos.