Azrael Ondi-Ahman, a.k.a., Archie Dean Wood, was born on November 14, 1947 into a
strict religious Southern Baptist family. From his earliest childhood, Azrael could
not believe the stories and descriptions in the Bible claiming to depict the nature
and disposition of God. This began a long spiritual quest filled with a great many
sacrifices, hardships and heartaches.
At the age of 31, Azrael went alone into the mountains to confront in solitude the
issues of God, mankind, mortal life, and the failure of current religious thought
to address — in any reasonable manner — such great issues.
On June 19, 1979, deep in the Uinta Wilderness Area of Utah, Azrael witnessed the
real-life, physical appearance of highly evolved, celestialized, human beings who
identified themselves as God.
For four days and three nights, Azrael communed with the Heavenly Father and Heavenly
Mother of all humankind. This profound event was the first in a continuing stream
of communications and visitations, and marked the beginning of an extraordinary revelation
brought forth in a new book of scripture, the Song of God.