Weaving and turning, shaping and gathering, even until there arose from out of the
golden streams, seven women clothed in silver light; being themselves naked and unadorned
by anything save virtue only; being themselves most beautiful and rare; and the names
of the seven were: Wisdom, Benevolence, Faith, Justice, Fortitude, Beautyand Harmony.
Each of the Azurgai served as surrogate mothers of the Ahgendai (5:3:52-63; 5:7:21-26).
The seven virtues personified by the Azurgai are also designated as the pillars of
holiness and exaltation (W:26:34-37), from which the seven dispensations of God are
Upon first meeting the seven Azurgai, Areta was greeted by Wisdom, who provided a
brief yet eloquent introduction regarding the nature, purpose and aspirations of
the Azurgai (5:3:28-36).
When the young Ahgendai asked the seven Azurgai by what means he could dwell with
the God from which he came, it was Wisdom who replied, revealing the path of adversity
that led to union with his Heavenly Parents, The One and Areta (5:7:27-32).
The last chapter of the book of Wisdom reveals an address given by Wisdom, which
communication was given to the author (Azrael) on November 14, 2007. She identifies
herself to Azrael as Sodis Sophia, revealing she was “commissioned to speak to all
of God’s children, to reveal in them the Light of lights which leads to transformation”
(W:29:1-36). The revelation and inclusion of this chapter marked the completion of
the Song of God.
And Wisdom spoke, saying: “To you most holy Mother give we all our sacred greetings.
Behold, we are the Azurgai, and even we do wait to serve you. Speak to us your will
and even that shall we firmly seek to do.
For we are made the reflections of yourself, being in our several persons alive and
fully knowing; being ever ready to speak in counsel or to stand as one together in
the doing of your will; to carry throughout the streams of intelligence the sum of
your designs; to bring forth in holiness, the hopes and dreams of all your heart.
For I am Wisdom; yet am I not my own wisdom, for I am the wisdom of your soul reflected
back to you again; being free of such heavy burdens as you are called to bear from
time to time; giving to you a clear and ready counsel untainted by such entanglements
as life would cast upon you.
Look then and see, most great and holy Mother, for even these others are made the
reflections of yourself also; being themselves sentient and fully knowing; being
themselves the purest reflection of all your many virtues, yet being themselves untainted
by such entanglements as the Gods themselves must bear.