Summary: Scripture relates an earthly confrontation that occurred between the Demiurge
prince, Jehovah-Yahweh, and the Holy Spirit of God, referred to as Sophiel. The prehistoric
encounter is described to have taken place near the waters of Oberon and the sea(s)
of Tibereen (Enlightenment 7). The geographic location of these bodies of water is
unknown. Sophiel’s power confounded Jehovah-Yahweh, as she calmed the elements and
restored that which was damaged by the destructive wrath of the Demiurge. This first
defeating encounter instilled in Jehovah-Yahweh a fear and hatred of women, which
fear and hatred found expression in the subjugation and servitude of women (E:7:48-56).
And Jehovah-Yahweh, breathing out many threats, did strike the earth with sore displeasure,
and, behold, the waters of Oberon did the molten fires of distant mountains rush
forth to consume;
And the seas of Tibereen did cast themselves up into a mighty heap, and the lands
which lay round about became scorched and wounded by the heat of his great fury.
But Sophiel did but softly laugh in the midst of all these woes, and reaching down
she touched the earth with the foot of her beauty, and there sped forth from the
touch of her a healing balm which caused to come upon the land a great refreshing.