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7 Glories

7 Glories
The names of the glories who are over the seven heavens are these: The first is Iaoth, the lion-faced {The first is Aoth, the lion-faced}. The second is Eloaios, the donkey-faced. The third is Astaphaios, the hyena-faced. The fourth is Iao, the snake-faced with seven heads {The fourth is Yaw, the serpent-faced and lion-faced}. The fifth is Adonaios, the serpent-faced. The sixth is Adoni the monkey-faced {The sixth is Adonin, the monkey-faced. The seventh is Sabbadaios, whose face is a shining fire}. The seventh is Sabbataios, whose face is a flame of fire that shines. This is the hebdomad of the week. These are those who rule the world. Yaldabaoth-Saklas (is) the one whose forms are without number such that he can appear with any face at will.
 
Iaoth, Eloaios, Iao, Adonaios, Adoni, Sabbadaios, Sabbataios
Lion-Faced, Donkey-Faced, Hyena-Faced, Snake-Faced, Serpent Faced, Monkey Faced, Face is Shining Fire, Face is Fire that Shines.
 
Apocrophon of John
The first is Athoth, with the face of a lion; The second Eloaios, with the face of an ass; The third Astaphaios, with the face of a hyena; The fourth Yao, with the face of a seven-headed snake, The fifth Sabaoth, with the face of a dragon; The sixth Adonin, with the face of an ape; The seventh Sabbataios, with a face of shining flames of fire. http://www.enemies.com/gnostic-myth-magic/the-god-fraud/the-seven-rulers/
 
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
The first is Iaoth, the lion-faced {The first is Aoth, the lion-faced}. The second is Eloaios, the donkey-faced. The third is Astaphaios, the hyena-faced. The fourth is Iao, the snake-faced with seven heads {The fourth is Yaw, the serpent-faced and lion-faced}. The fifth is Adonaios, the serpent-faced. The sixth is Adoni the monkey-faced {The sixth is Adonin, the monkey-faced. The seventh is Sabbadaios, whose face is a shining fire}. The seventh is Sabbataios, whose face is a flame of fire that shines. This is the hebdomad of the week http://www.gnostic-jesus.com/Nag%20Hammadi/Codex3text.html#john
 
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