But unto Mary the Beloved, the wife of Yeshua, was it appointed that she should be
the first Sophia of many mothers, to be herself as one anointed before both men and
women, to carry deep within her soul the hymn of many pearls.
Summary: After his resurrection, Yeshua appointed his Beloved wife Mary as the “first
Sophia of many mothers” (Y:52:41). Little is known at this time about the significance
of this title. According to Azrael’s Commentary, Mary was the mortal manifestation
of Sophiel, the Holy Spirit and beloved of Emmanuel (AZC — House of El Shalon / El
Shaloah: 4. Emmanuelite and Holy Spirit; para. 4).
Yeshua also entrusted gnosis to his brothers, Thomas and James (W:24:13).
Which gnosis even Yeshua did reveal to those apostles which he did gather secretly
around him after the day of his resurrection, both of men and women. And over the
gnosis did he place his brothers Thomas and James, and Mary the Beloved also, being
herself proclaimed and anointed to be the first Sophia of many mothers.