Comprised of twelve independent yet interrelated books, the Song of God is a newly
revealed book of scripture presented as an advancement and restoration of divine
Written over a period of twenty-one years by a single author, the Song of God is
a grand unification of wisdom and truth, confirming with sound clarity the beauty,
value and potential of humankind.
1979 On the morning of June 19, in the Uinta Mountains of Utah, Archie D. Wood
witnessed the appearance of highly evolved, glorified human beings who identified
themselves as God. Seven years later, Wood was commissioned to begin writing what
would become the first book of the Song of God.
1986 / 2007 Book of Wisdom According to the author, the book of Wisdom was the
most difficult to write. It was also the last of the twelve books to be completed[*].
The book of Wisdom is comprised of three sections:
- The Indictment (chapters 1-13)
- Gnosis Revealed (chapters 14-26)
- Last Words of Azrael (chapters 27-29)
1987 Book of Beginnings Through a series of historically based parables, this book
reveals details concerning the Great Leap Forward: a time when the children of God
first came to dwell among the native evolutionary humans (the “children of men”)
in order to establish the promise of eternal life. This book traces the genetic line
and influence of both the Adaam and the Fallen during the first two dispensations.
Insights are offered pertaining to the agenda of the Elohim, the Fallen, the Demiurge,
and the rise and fall of ancient yet advanced civilizations.
1991 Book of Yeshua This book contains the historical teachings of Yeshua Ben Joseph,
the man commonly referred to as Jesus of Nazareth. This material provides a detailed
account of Yeshua’s ministry and transcendence. From the sermons of John the Baptizer,
to Yeshua’s post-resurrectional teachings, this book gives contextual insight for
all who would become as the Only Begotten.
1997 1st Endowment Follow the author as he is taken on a journey through time and
space to the celestial realms of Elohim, where questions are answered and mysteries
1997 2nd Endowment God’s defense of humankind against the Demiurge, Jehovah-Yahweh.
Major themes include: the nature of man, human sexuality, true worship, reincarnation,
liberation, and redemption.
1998 3rd Endowment Reveals the miracle surrounding the birth and evolution of God.
An epic story of love, war and intrigue, this book provides historical context surrounding
the first human to create soul and survive death with personality intact.
1999 4th Endowment Follows the creation of the First Heaven, and progression of
the first assembly of spirit children brought forth by God. This book reveals the
founding principles of eternal progression and dispensationalism, offering practical
wisdom that will empower any student along their path of transformation and transcendence.
2000 Book of Pearls Meditations for spiritual mastery. In 2004 the author wrote
seven more meditations, which were placed at the beginning of the book to become
2003 5th Endowment Reveals the circumstances and purposes behind the creation of
the Chief Demiurge, Yaldabaoth, and the mystery brought forth as a counter-balance,
known as the Ahgendai. Learn how the kingdoms of Heaven are protected from mediocrity
and complacency, and gain new perspective regarding concepts such as: creation, duality,
opposition, balance, and renewal.
2004 6th Endowment Dictated by the Supreme Father of Heaven in the Adamic language,
which the author translated into English, this book reveals a detailed account of
the Second War against the Demiurge, and why it relates to us here and now.
2007*On November 14, an event transpired which resulted in chapter 29 of the book
of Wisdom. This marked the official completion of the Song of God.
2008The Song of God was published for the first time in its entirety.
2015The 2nd edition of the Song of God was published.
The entire Song of God was originally written in longhand. The author never used
a typewriter or computer to do any of his writing, nor did he ever dictate scripture
to a secretary or scribe. With the exception of the 6th and 7thEndowment, all previous
books in the Song of God were written under the whispering influence of Heavenly
Mother. This should not imply in any way that these books are less sacred than the
6th and 7th Endowment, which were dictated directly to the author.