Summary: It is presumed that Geshur was the mother of Hypatia, a leading Matriarch
that served with Bashia, the High Priestess of Zion (c. 8,845 BCE).
There is a single reference in the 4th Endowment to the ‘waters of Geshur’ (4:6:6).
This body of water was located on the first world of Heaven. It was near the waters
of Geshur that the spirit children of God gathered before incarnating on the mortal
world of Terralee.
Yet in the temple did Bashia stand before God, that she might offer up for the daughters
of Zion the prayers and supplications of the gentle heart, and there was with her
Hypatia the daughter of Geshur, and Adora of Abel-Beth-Haran.
Now when these words were spoken, behold, Bashia did take Hypatia the daughter of
Geshur and Adora of Abel-Beth-Haran, and they did go out to meet the king of Sumer,
and with them also did they take Japhia, the wife of Methuselah.
And when these things were completed, Bashia called unto Hypatia the daughter of
Geshur, and Adora of Abel-Beth-Haran that they might go again unto the city.
Now in Heaven, did God prepare that their children should enter the mortal life,
and on the fields of Ashleah did they quickly gather; by the waters of Geshur did
the children await the coming of the word.