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Maciah

 

Pronunciation:  meh-KAI-uh

Occurrences:  3

First Reference:  Beginnings 20:13

 

 

But Eleazar walked uprightly before God always, and when he was 180 years of age he became the father of Zanosh, and again when Eleazar was 210 years of age, his wife gave birth to the daughter whom they called Maciah, even she who became the most high priestess of God. And when he was old, Eleazar died, having lived 640 years.

 

 

See:  Adaam, Eleazar, Jotham, Mishka

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Maciah

 

[c. 7,200 BCE] Maciah was the first daughter of Eleazar and Mishka, and in the lands of Bithmaleah they possessed great vineyards. Her parents respectively were appointed as both High Priest and High Priestess to the last remaining remnants of the Adaam. For after the loss of Zion, and with the collapse of the Sumerian Empire, many of the Adaam who had once followed Cain and Yasher-Baal decided to rejoin themselves with the last remnants of the Sethian Empire.

 

It was Maciah who, sitting at her mother’s feet and listening to the stories and histories of old, decided to comprise her mother’s teachings into sonnets and poems. Later when Maciah married, her husband Jotham (a flute player and the owner of vast flocks of sheep and goats) set the poems and sonnets to music. These songs were sung at every gathering of the Adaam, becoming so popular that others would take to learning the songs for themselves. Thus by a burgeoning oral tradition, the songs of Maciah went from one generation to the next. These songs were often used to distinguish those who loved and followed God from those who didn’t, hence the significance of Noah finding Suzanne among her father’s flocks, singing the songs of Maciah (Beginnings 20:29-30).

 

In essence, Maciah was the Shakespeare of her day. All her poems and sonnets were written down in a book, which was also passed from one generation to the next. The book however is lost and has never been recovered. At her mother’s death, Maciah was appointed the great High Priestess of God. She was the only woman in history to be translated from a mortal state to an eternal state due to her great holiness before God.

 

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Now when Noah heard her, he wondered at the beauty of her song, for she did sing the psalms of Maciah, the high priestess of God.

Beginnings 20:30

 

Now Suzanne died, being 860 years old. Wherefore, Noah buried her upon a high mountain amidst great weeping, and he caused to be sung unto her the psalms of Maciah, the great high priestess.

Beginnings 20:63

 

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