And in that fiery moment when The One and Areta did orgasm midst deep and clutching
spasms, there erupted from out of the Peshkaleah the purest essence of The One in
a hot and constant flow, to mingle in the waters of Zenoshalay, which waters contained
the purest essence of Areta deep within the womb.
Summary: It is presumed the word “Peshkaleah” is an Adamic term designating the
male organ of copulation for those possessing an exalted spirit tabernacle. This
would include those who have achieved, at minimum, the state of Perfected Soul. Since
a spirit tabernacle is necessary for the creation of spirit children, and the term
is used in conjunction with this event (4:4:23-29), the Peshkaleah likely refers
to the sex organ corresponding specifically to the male spirit body, as well as that
of a glorified physical tabernacle. The Adamic term is used in the portrayal of sexual
encounters between The One and Areta, as well as the Azraella and Mahaleenah (5:6:1-2;
From each to each their passions grew,
from each to each the lightning flew;
striking hard midst hopeful sighs,
striking hard the Azurgai;
to fill each heart with joyful lust,
as they watched with awe
each rhythmic thrust,
to touch for themselves the Peshkaleah,
powered and guided by Emzahdeah.
5th Endowment 7:7
In the darkness of the Deep did great lights gather; beside the edge of chaos came
Areta and The One, drawing from their souls a great and happy passion; compelled
within by joyful lusting, each in each midst fiery kiss and gentle touch.
Filling each with deep desires, placing within the song of endless dreams; creating
for each that holy fire through the thrusting of Peshkaleah; opening wide the soft
fold gates, causing to flow in sweet abundance the waters of Zenoshalay, fanning
into flames the fires of all their love.
5th Endowment 6:1-2
Seeing therefore the trees of Shimaloo, Mahaleenah did fairly swoon, and there did
she seduce the Azraella, to lay with him side by side; opening wide the gates of
her soul whereby she might receive into herself the joys of Peshkaleah.