Summary: The word Elohanu is an Adamic word, having only one pronunciation which
is not gender specific. The word represents the collective will of the Elohim.
Azrael’s Commentary - God
[...] Not all members of the Elohim may speak the Elohanu. Only an Archon may do
so. And whenever such an Archon is appointed by the Elohim to speak the Elohanu,
then that Archon is ‘God’, the Noble One. Behind every celestial being, whether spoken
or unspoken, is the Elohanu: the will of God as represented by the Elohim or the
Seven Councils of Light. It does not really matter if I am speaking of Heavenly Father
or Heavenly Mother; it does not matter if I am in the presence of Emmanuel or Michael
or Ahman or Galendriel; I know instinctively that beyond them stirs the Elohanu,
the collective and divine will of God waiting to be spoken into the ears of mortal
men and women. [...]
Azrael’s Commentary - Elohim
[...] Within the Council of Elohim, all proposals of actions begin first in the twelve
quorums. Each quorum within a specific House discusses and votes on the proposal.
When all twelve quorums within the seven Houses have discussed and voted on an issue,
then at that time a general convocation is assembled and the entire Council of the
Elohim votes in open session. Each vote of each member is recorded, and afterwards
the resolution is given to the Ahman of the Council of Elohim. It is the responsibility
of the Ahman to carry out the new resolution of the Council. Once passed, the resolution
takes upon itself the mantle of Elohanu, the will of God. The Ahman, in carrying
out the Elohanu, takes upon himself, or herself, the title of God.