posted on May, 1 2013 @ 10:11 AM
Elxai, the Hidden Power, was in reality one of the many names of the Sophia or Wisdom, the Holy Ghost...
Iexai was the Christ, the King, the spouse of Elxai, the Hidden Power, or Holy Ghost, or Sophia; He was perhaps the concealed Divine Triad of the Holy
Four of Marcus, the "Triple Man" of other systems. In this connection it is interesting to notice that Iexai is explained by some scholars as
meaning in Hebrew the "Hidden Lord." Can it then be possible that there is some connection between the name Iexai (or Jessai) and the Iessaians or
Jessaeans to whom Epiphanius refers, as Hilgenfeld supposes? And if so, what conflation or syncretism is there between the general term Iexai or Jexai
(Hidden Lord) and the Jesus of history? For "Jesus," says Marcus, is only the sound of the name down here and not the power of the name; "Jesus,"
he declares, is really a substitute for a very ancient name, and its power is known to the "elect" alone of the Christians.
... The Name Iexai... The Hidden Lord ... "race of Elxai"
"My sons, go not to the image of the fire, for ye err; for this image is error. Thou seest it [the fire], he says, very near, yet is it from afar. Go
not to its image; but go rather to the voice of the water!"
This is evidently an instruction not to visit the Temple at Jerusalem.
The Iexai... I've Explained Connecting Abbas Image... And the separation from the Sacrifice Of Blood...
... The Voice Of Water ... When Abba Teaches Everyone Respect ...
"Water" as the "source of all things," not of course the physical element, the "image" of the Water, but the "Water of Life," the Life
(Sophia) being the spouse of the Light (Christos),— she who was the Mother of all..
The word All... Abbas Living Light ...
The "voice of the water" may very well be taken as a mystic expression for the "voice" of the Holy Spirit, in brief the "voice of conscience,"
as may be seen from many verses of the later penitential psalms, in which the physical sacrifices are set aside and the doctrine of the truly
spiritual sacrifice of the heart inculcated. What else can this "voice" be than the Bath-kol, the "heavenly voice" to which the prophets gave ear,
according to these same mystics and later Talmudism?
That the "fish" (ichthus) was one of the earliest symbols of the Christ. Not only so, but the early Christian neophytes were called "little
fishes," and even at the end of the second century Tertullian is found writing: "We little fishes (pisciculi), according to our Fish [Ichthus), are
born in water."
... The Word Fish ... Father Is Showing Himself ...
" Offspring of the Heavenly Ichthus (Fish), see that a heart of holy reverence be thine, now that from divine waters thou hast received, while yet
among mortals, a fount of life that is to immortality. Quicken thy soul, beloved one, with the ever-flowing waters of wealth-giving Wisdom [Sophia],
and receive the honey-sweet food of the Saviour of the saints. Eat with a longing hunger holding Ichthus in thy hands."
we must remember that the prophet Nahum, a name meaning "rich in comfort" or the "comforter," is called the Elko#e ("Nah.," i. 1), a name given
in the Greek translation of the so-called Seventy as Elkesaios. Moreover Jerome and Epiphanius (or pseudo-Epiph.) tell us that this prophet was born
at a village in Galilee called Elkesei. It is, further, to be remembered that Cephar-naum means the village or town of Nahum, and here it was that
Jesus began his ministry, and where he specially laboured. Moreover we read in the narrative of the first evangelist (Matt. "And he entered into a
ship, and passed over (the Lake of Galilee), and carne into his own city"— which the parallel passage in Mark gives as Capernaum. What curious
coincidences for a lover of Talmudic and allied riddles!
... The Father Abba ... The Son Jesus ... The Holy Ghost Sophia ...