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Kokobeam

 

Pronunciation:  KO-ko-beem

Occurrences:  4

First Reference:  Enlightenment 1:21

 

And he perceived in his soul a great and mighty light shining in the distant far away, even the light of the Kokobeam did he discern and the worlds of Kolob did he see moving in their majesty round about in the kingdom of God.

 

 

See:  Celestal Kingdom, Kolob

 

Summary:  The Kokobeam refers to the light of the seven suns of the Celestal Kingdom. These seven suns, also called the suns of Kolob, are blue giants, each having within their orbit three planets whereupon the Gods and Goddesses dwell (E:2:3-5). The names of only two suns have been revealed in scripture: Xanathea, the sun of the Elohim; and Kanthia, the sun of El Jor El.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Now in the kingdoms of celestial glory did the light of the Kokobeam shine out into the immensity of space; for in the kingdom of God’s glory were there but seven suns possessing great power and beauty.

And there was chief among them, the sun called Xanathea, whose blue brightness and majesty did fill the heart of God with wonder exceeding.

Now unto each sun of the greater Light were there given but three worlds of celestial splendor; and upon each of these were there caused to dwell in perfect harmony seven cities wherein the Lords and Gods of Elohim made forever their abode.

Enlightenment 2:3-5

 

Seeing therefore the light of Galendriel and Rutheniel shining in the distance, Shaemdiel went forth to place his petition; for he desired to seize for the sake of his pride, even all the suns of Ashengaard, to place them within the light of the Kokobeam.

5th Endowment 5:73

Kislev
Koliahmas