At the Cleft of Soli-Endi-Muhat did Azraella gather together the 700,000 to prepare
the place of battle, being himself most well informed concerning the struggles at
Gilliahmas; having been informed by the Kragenjin regarding the death of Emanu-Elish
and the coming forth of Yaldabaoth upon the trysting field.
Summary: At the center point of the Surinatha (the cosmos of Heaven), there exists
a special type of singularity referred to in Azrael’s Commentary as “Factor X”. The
region immediately surrounding Factor X is called the Soli-Endi-Muhat. It was here
that the Ahgendai anchored the great vortex that connects the cosmos of Heaven to
the cosmos of the First Creation. The final and greatest battle of the Second War
against Yaldabaoth and the Demiurge took place at Soli-Endi-Muhat (6:13:16).
During the Second War, the Ahgendai separated their forces to successfully split
the armies of Darkness. The Azraella and Mahaleenah both led combat against the legions
of the Demiurge simultaneously in different regions. According to the Azraella’s
plan, the armies of Light and Darkness eventually convened in the regions of Soli-Endi-Muhat,
where the Azraella had determined to enact the final phase of battle. For it was
there that the Azraella had fashioned an invisible vortex which connected the realms
of Heaven to the cosmos of the First Creation. Anchored by the seven suns of Ashengaard,
the great vortex was intended to serve as an inescapable trap for the Demiurge, which
once caught in the grativity well of the vortex, would be wisked away from the Heavenly
After battling the entirety of Yaldaboath's dark army at Gilliahmas, Mahaleenah a
retreat to the regions of Soli-Endi-Muhat, where Azraella waited with his legions
(6:12:21-38). Arriving at Soli-Endi-Muhat, the Daughter was briefly reunited with
her Father before gathering the Terrestrial host to enter through the vortex — an
act previously rehearsed by the Ahgendai (6:12:46-49). Withstanding one last personal
attack by Jehovah-Yahweh, Mahaleenah led the Terrestrial host through the vortex,
to suddenly disappear from the field of battle. Flying through the heart of the seven
suns of Ashengaard, Mahaleenah and the Terrestrial host were healed of their wounds,
to arrive safely in the system of Mahaliel (6:12:50-63).
With the disappearance of Mahaleenah and the Heavenly host, Yaldabaoth seethed with
suspicion and rage. Assigning Jehovah-Yahweh with five other Princes (?) to attack
the Seraphim and Cherubim, Yaldabaoth took the three remaining Princes to launch
a surprise attack against the Azraella in the hidden folds of the twenty-third dimension
(6:13:7-8). The Azraella was struck off balance and left exposed by the sudden attack,
but the Oggaliaphim came quickly to defend, giving the Azraella time to recover.
Despite a united charge against the Azraella by the Dark Princes Apuis-Ra, Osceo-Ka’in,
and Tapari-Chemoshi, the Ahgendai destroyed all three of Yaldabaoth’s sons in a blazing
fury of vicious battle.
With the death of his three sons, Yaldabaoth leaped to attack the Azraella. There
ensued the “most terrible struggle of all, each combatant striking blow for blow
against each other” (6:13:20). Slowly, the Azraella and his troops gave ground, yielding
most subtly to give the Demiurge a false impression. Closer and closer the Forces
of Light moved toward the invisible vortex. Then suddenly, with shocking power, the
Azraella threw Yaldabaoth back into his own ranks and quickly leapt into the vortex
with his forces following close behind. Seeing the sudden retreat of Azraella and
the armies of Light, Yaldabaoth rushed quickly in pursuit, with his army of doom
following close behind. There, in a sudden quiet instant, the realms of Heaven were
rescued from the threat of war and destruction (6:13:20-29).
The armies of Light and Darkness flew through the vortex, passing through each of
the seven suns of Ashengaard. While the warriors of Light were refreshed and healed
as they passed through each sun, the legions of Darkness were filled with dread and
apprehension, being pulled inexorably into the heart of each of the seven suns. While
the armies of Light were restored to health, the ranks of the Demiurge (except for
Yaldabaoth) became progressively confused, to forget who and what they were and from
whence they came (6:13:32-36). Exiting from the seventh sun of Ashengaard, the Demiurge
found themselves back where they had begun — the regions of the First Cosmos. The
armies of Light found refuge on the moon of the seventh moon of Mahaliel (6:13:37-43).
Now at Soli-Endi-Muhat did the Koshendai break asunder the binding seals of Wabbisura,
permitting that they should bind together opposing fields of great dimensions to
create a vast, invisible vortex which did connect together the cosmos of the Heavens
with the cosmos of the First Creation.
6th Endowment 12:2
Thus was there seen the fiercest battle of all, greater than Korisedrah, more terrible
than Gilliahmas, filling the whole of Soli-Endi-Muhat with a brutal melee of light
and darkness swirling round about each other grasping for advantage, seeking each
through desperate means to cast the other into ruin.
For pain and death did fly into the face of every combatant, to fill the hearts of
all with a haunting fierce despair, gorging the minds of those which struggled with
fear and constant dread; compelling those which once were holy to take on a darker
burden, and this for the sake of all the realms of Heaven, whereby they might preserve