Occurrences: First Cosmos - 10 / First Creation - 12
First Reference:4th Endowment 2:8 / Enlightenment 1:48
And when God was full completed in the making of the new dimension, they called out
into the Deep of the First Cosmos, to take to themselves the matter unformed and
uncreated, and passing the matter through the living streams, it was itself enlivened;
4th Endowment 2:8
Now Yaldabaoth moved out away from the kingdoms and glories of Heaven, and flung
the restless presence forever and anon across the face of the Deep; and piercing
the boundaries of space and time, he discovered the worlds of the First Creation.
Summary: The “First Creation” or “First Cosmos” arose from the workings of the Universal
Consciousness, the ‘Great Intender’, known as Areta. After perhaps billions of
failures, the cosmos of the First Creation was the first to successfully harbor life
and, of more profound significance, intelligent life and the epiphenomenon of mind.
It was amidst this intelligent life, as represented by the human species, that the
miraculous advent of soul first occurred. This first soul, which arose from the mortal
life of a man named Kronus Maximillius, eventually united with Areta, thus marking
the advent of First God (3rd Endowment).
With the exception of the First Cosmos, all other universes were created by God (W:18:22-26;
4:2:1-13), and established with laws that more accurately reflected the virtuous
and noble will of loving Heavenly Parents. By comparison, the cosmos of the First
Creation was (is) a very violent and chaotic environment not bound by the laws of
God, but ruled by the blind laws of nature. It was this cosmos that gave rise to
the birth and evolution of God, on a world referred to in scripture as the “world
of the First Creation”, or “the world of the First Power”.
The Replication God’s Beginning
According to scripture, we are currently experiencing life in a replicated timeline
of the original world of the First Power and the cosmos of the First Creation (E:14:7;
1:3:31; First Track).
Throughout the eternities, First God (as represented by Areta and The One) continued
to progress and evolve, yet they remained intent on someday returning to the First
Cosmos to save those that were lost during the violent and calamitous unfolding of
the earth’s initial timeline.
And in an age both far and distant, we shall come again to yonder world, and by such
powers as we shall increase between ourselves, we shall find some means to save this
cruel but broken world.
For in our love for each the other shall time itself yield; causing that in some
distant morrow, we might yet reclaim the world of First Man; to create in them such
soul as they permit, being fashioned through some gentler yearning which would itself
break in pieces the chains of death and darkness.”
3rd Endowment 32:31-32
Seeing therefore the passing away of all my beginning, even I did continue on, being
the only one of my kind; and I did resolve most firmly within that in the day of
my power I would return again unto my own, and by some subtle design set forth the
hand to redeem the whole of First Man.
1st Endowment 10:8
According to scripture, the cosmos we observe in the night sky is that of the First
Creation, and this very Earth is the world of the First Power. Furthermore, we are
involved in the inaugural replication of the timeline from which First God evolved
(see First Track). This grand design — devised by The One and Areta — was eternities
in the making, and incorporated the introduction of several new developments pertaining
to the pathway of eternal progression. Such aspects included the bringing forth of
a Dark Nemesis (later known as Yaldabaoth, the Chief Demiurge), as well as establishing
a new order of Gods and Goddesses, referred to as the Ahgendai. As stated by The
...for this alone is my only will, to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life
of every man and every woman till they should stand as one within the heart of God.
6th Endowment 2:21
• This universe was not created by God, but rather, arose from the workings of a
Cosmic Consciousness (Areta) whose primary objective at the time was bringing forth
life. God did not create this universe because at the time of its creation, God did
• Life preceded God; God evolved from life through natural evolutionary processes.
Anything which is said to exist, must have a beginning. God had his beginning as
a human, living on this planet. (Ours is the only planet, presently in evidence,
that hosts intelligent life.) (See: Five Radical Propositions)
The First Cosmos: Realm of the Demiurgos
It was predetermined by The One that the dwelling place of Yaldabaoth and the Demiurgos
be somewhere other than the creations of God (E:5:37). The only time and place that
fit this criteria was the realms of the First Cosmos. After Yaldabaoth’s escape from
the Abyss, and his first attack against the Heavenly realms (see Enlightenment, 5th
Endowment), the Chief Demiurge was led back in time by the Azraella to the cosmos
of the First Creation. The Demiurgos established dominion throughout the First Cosmos
and over the planet from which the First God evolved — the world of the First Power.
The Demiurge’s arrival from the future, and subsequent interaction in the First Cosmos
created a new timeline, a replication of the original from which God first evolved.
In a relatively recent development, the cosmos of Heaven (known as the Surinatha)
was connected to the cosmos of the First Creation via a great vortex (6:12:2). With
the creation of the vortex, the Surinatha began to revolve around the cosmos of the
First Creation. (See AZC - Eternal Round: 4th Understanding: Mahailiel).
Thus it was that in a time beyond all your yesterdays was there found neither God
nor Goddess but Man only; and in the world of the First Creation was he brought forth
in darkness, knowing only what the senses of the body would permit.
But in the world of the First Creation did Jehovah-Yahweh rule harshly, boasting
always in the midst of his pride, and in the exercise of his power did he establish
dominion over all the earth.
And going into the distant regions of forever, he came at last to the world which
lay hidden beyond all beginnings; and there did Yaldabaoth establish his dark dominions,
bending to his frightful purpose the whole of that First Creation.
1st Endowment 4:29
So Yaldabaoth flung himself forever and anon away from the realms of God’s domain
seeking most earnestly to find for himself the beginning birthplace of light and
glory; and piercing the boundaries of space and time, he came at last to the very
cosmos of the First Creation.
1st Endowment 7:1
Now at Soli-Endi-Muhat did the Koshendai break asunder the binding seals of Wabbisura,
permitting that they should bind together opposing fields of great dimensions to
create a vast, invisible vortex which did connect together the cosmos of the Heavens
with the cosmos of the First Creation.