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Korisedrah (Rift of)

 

Pronunciation:  kohr-ih-SEE-druh

Occurrences:  17    (Rift of Korisedrah — 6    Korisedrah — 3     Rift — 8)

First Reference:  6th Endowment 9:60

 

And when there came that certain moment which he had foreordained, Azraella gave command and loudly blew the trumpet blast which shook the Heavens round; and in an instant did the army of Light flee itself away; rushing in a great retreat to a place called the Rift of Korisedrah.

 

 

See:  Alu-Shali, Azraella, Demiurge, Koshendai, Yaldabaoth

 

Summary:  During Heaven’s Second War against the Demiurge, the Rift of Korisedrah was the foreordained location to whence the Azraella and his troops retreated after battling the armies of the Demiurge for eight days in the regions of Xanjipoorah (6:9:23-44). As rehearsed, when Azraella initiated the retreat, Mahaleenah led her army to the regions of Gilliahmas, followed by Jehovah-Yahweh and two other dark princes. At the same time, the Azraella led his army to a specific location containing a portal through space-time. Coming to the portals of Alu-Shali, the Azraella led his army through the narrow confines of the Rift of Korisedrah, with Yaldabaoth and a mighty horde of dark minions chasing close behind. Quickly passing through the constricting gates, the armies of Light immediately turned to attack Yaldabaoth’s vast army as it poured through the other side of the Rift. Azraella and his army proved successful in working a mighty slaughter against the forces of Yaldabaoth. After days of fighting, Yaldabaoth retreated, to join with his other legions who were struggling against the forces of Mahaleenah in the regions of Gilliahmas (6:11:16-19).

 

 

Notes/References:

 

And when there came that certain moment which he had foreordained, Azraella gave command and loudly blew the trumpet blast which shook the Heavens round; and in an instant did the army of Light flee itself away; rushing in a great retreat to a place called the Rift of Korisedrah.

For there would Azraella seek advantage against the massive forces of the Demiurge, to press them hard within the Rift; causing that Yaldabaoth should be unable to mass the sum of all his might against the Light of God.

6th Endowment 9:60-61

 

But towards the Rift of Korisedrah did the Azraella and all his forces speed in a hurried rush, drawing behind him the vast armies of Yaldabaoth; which armies did pursue with gnashing teeth and bitter fury, being themselves whipped and driven by the Lord of Doom.

And passing near the portals of Alu-Shali, the Koshendai did take cue, and with great subtlety did they begin to constrict the folds of the great dimensions, to channel both the Azraella and the Demiurge into the gateway of the Rift, causing that the vast armies of Yaldabaoth should prove themselves constricted upon all their many flanks, to hinder them in the use of all their mighty numbers.

Thus in the reaching of the Rift did the forces of the Azraella rush into the shining fold, and reaching quick the other side, they did turn themselves in a mighty pirouette, even like a swirling, whirling pillar of fire and glory and into this maelstrom did the long thin line of darkness fall.

Being themselves unable to vast assemble their mighty numbers because of the tightness of the way; and there was worked upon the armies of the Demiurge a great and swelling slaughter; causing that many of the Demiurge should be hurled into the depths of the great Abyss, to be themselves imprisoned.

Thus in the outer reaches of the Rift did the Azraella possess far greater numbers, while the Demiurge which poured through such narrow confines did present themselves as something weak and paltry; being on the one hand pushed from behind by the weight of mighty numbers while on the other they did find themselves inexorably drawn into the maelstrom against their very will.

6th Endowment 11:1-5



 

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