Ahamot

Who is Ahamot? What does “Ahamot” mean?

1. Ahamot (kabbal., gnost., early Christ., – Greek.: Αχαμωφ, Hebr.: Hahachmoth) – personalized Astral Light, the daughter of the last eon – Sancta Sophia, the Divine Wisdom, the cause of the Demiurge, the Creator of “our world” – physics’ Seven Heaven and materiality, and, eventually, of humans. All the waters of the world are Ahamot’s tears. She cries for the lost Christ; the physical light – is the glimpse of her smile when she recalls Him, her anguish and grief embodied into solid materiality, and her fear spawned demons. Her longing for Christ resulted in creation of Demiurge and spiritual beings, it was she who put the spiritual Origin – the seed of future spiritual people, the “gnostics” into the world. The purpose of the world’s process is to let this seed, embodied in the gnostics or “pneumatics” revealedand evolve.

2. Ahamot (modern En.) – divine entity of female nature, which tirelessly seeks Enlightenment, inspires embodied creatures to creativity, evolution, search for one’s self, Knowledge and Light, and help other beings to receive their realizations.

3. “Achamoth” or “Ahamot” (Ukr.: Ахамот, En.translit.: Ahamot) is a modern Ukrainian novel by Vyacheslav Ageyev. The plot revives schizoteric revolutions, sex and psychedelics, Rage against the machine, struggle for the freedom of humanity, fighting and spiritual quest for Enlightment opposed by conspiracies of imperial secret services of USA and Russia. Ahamot sometimes looks as a psy-detective often swinging almost into full madness, balances at the edge of common sense and reason, and challenges our illusions on the laws of Universe. The crazy pilgrimage of a female Eastern martial arts master into the citadel of patriarchy – the monastic republic of Athos, where women have not being allowed to enter for the last thousand years under penalty of  divine scourge. Deep spirituality and Buddhism, fundamentalism and tortures, new metaphors and views on life’s sense – all these you’ll find in the story devoted to the ancient gnostic goddess Achamoth.

Readable and downloadable freely currently in Ukrainian.  (You can help the project by translating “Ахамот” into other languages).

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