(Book of God's Word 9:13-14) Then inquired Zarathustra,
the All Pure: Whence came All Good; whence came all evil? Who is All
Good; who is all evil? Then answered I'hua'Mazda to Zarathustra,
saying: Thou perceivest now, all evil must have a name; All Good must
have a name. Without names, no man could talk. Behold, I will write
for thee, O Zarathustra, thou All Pure. The mark I make first, thou
shalt call the All Good, the Creator, the Master, the Light! Here,
then, have I made a circle and a cross and a leaf.
14. I'hua'Mazda said to Zarathustra, the All Pure: Whoever looketh
upon this mark, whoever seeth it, seeth the Name of All Names, the
Creator. Whoever maketh this mark, writeth the name of the All Good;
whoever pronounceth this mark, pronounceth the name of Ormazd, the All
Master. (Book of Judgment 3:42-43) But I give unto all
people one principle only, which is to serve Jehovih. This is broad
enough for the redemption and resurrection of all men. And I will have
43. Seek, O man, to believe in the All Person, Who is Ever Present,
Whose eye is upon you, Whose ear hears you; for He is the All One, Who
is the pass-word to the highest of heavens.
(Book of the Arc of Bon 28:21-25) Judge thou, then, whoso denieth the All Person is not of His order; neither hath such an one
the light of the Father in him. But he who hath attained to understand
that all things are but one harmonious whole, hath also attained to
know what is meant by the term, All Person, for He is All; and,
consequently, Ever Present, filling all, extending everywhere.
22. In contradistinction from Him, two philosophies have run parallel,
which are darkness and evil. One saith the All is not a person, being
void, and less than even the parts thereof; the other saith the only
All High is the great angel I worship, who is as a man, and separate
from all things.
23. These comprise the foundation of all the doctrines in the world,
or that have ever been or ever will be. The latter is idolatry, which
is evil; the second, unbelief, which is darkness; and the first is
faith, truth, love, wisdom and peace.
24. Under these three heads are all men classified by Jehovih and His
angels. And they may be likened to three men looking across a field;
one seeth a light and knoweth he seeth it; another hopeth he seeth it,
but he only seeth a white leaf; but the third seeth nothing at all.
25. As a witness, therefore, the latter is worthless; the second is a
circumstantial witness; but the first is positive, and standeth the
highest and firmest of all. He knoweth his Heavenly Father. He seeth
Him in the flowers; in the clouds, and in the sunshine; in the fruits
and herbs; and in the beasts of the field, and in every creeping
thing; and in the stars and moon and earth and sun. In sickness, in
health, in sorrow and in rejoicing; verily he findeth Jehovih in all
things; he knoweth Jehovih's eye and ear are forever upon him; and he
walketh upright in fear, but in truth and faith and pride and
(Book of Saphah: The Basis of the Ezra Bible 10) Thou shalt not speak My
name in public, for I will not hold him guiltless that giveth it to
idolaters and lovers of evil.
Saphah: Se'moin 8-9) Eoih, the unseen Power, Creator (Panic).
Before man could comprehend the All Spirit he was taught the wind, the
All Unseen, and to call it E-O-Ih! The emblem of Boundless and of
9. Eloih, synonymous with E-O-Ih, the Creator, the person who moveth
the wind. The All Soul. The All Self. The Second Self, more subtle
than the wind. It is the circumference of all; it extendeth from left
to right, and from below upward. The motions of the hand and arm in
oratory. The hand and arm speak His name. It is the secret sign. It
holdeth the emblem of life (Panic and Gau). E-go-quin (Algonquin).
Je-oes (China), Je-ovih (Fonece), Je-hova (Ebra), Geo-zih (Hiut), Zi'o
(Vede): The soul of all. As the emblem is the Living Wheel, I swear by
it. Let my accusers say I have not the holy gifts. They shall bind me
on the wheel. The Great Spirit will release me. Let the wheel of My
name be by the roadside that he who passeth may turn it in remembrance
of the I Am. This shall be a prayer from the unlearned, and I will
hear them. [Zarathustra]