Adam Kadmon Activation

"Then God said, Let us make man in Our image, in Our likeness..."  ▪︎ Genesis 1:26

The man in God's image, spoken of in Genesis 1:26, is not an earthly human but a Heavenly Man (Fig. 1). In rabbinical theology, he is known as Adam Kadmon, or YHWH (Yahweh):


... after He created the form of the Heavenly Man, He used him as a chariot wherein to descend, and He wishes to be called after His form, which is the sacred name "YHWH." 

- Zohar 


Adam Kadmon is not an anthropological species. Aḏām, meaning "human," is the anthropological species (earthly man). Aḏām Kadmon is Heavenly Man-a level of spiritual attainment.  


Adam Kadmon is also known as:

  • I AM THAT I AM (אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה‎, Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh), one of the Seven Names of God

  • the "First Man" in Pistis Sophia (Fig. 2); this means God created Aḏām Kadmon before creating āḏām, the anthropological man.

  • the Primordial Man (Fig. 2) in Kabbalah

  • the supernal, macro-cosmic being (Fig. 3)

  • the Man-God or Sadguru referred to in the Meher Baba Discourses

  • the Lamb referred to in the Book of Revelations (Fig. 4)

  • the quintessence of the Philosopher's Stone

  • the "Complete Man" in Sufic philosophy, therefore, One as the Lord and whole

  • the "Great Man" in the Books of Jeu

  • the "King of the Light-treasure, enthroned above all things, and the goal of all souls" in Gnosticism, according to Wikipedia.

Adam Kadmon precedes the creation of earth and all it's human inhabitants. Supreme God created Adam Kadmon as an anthropomorphic template to serve as beacon and "goal of all souls." As seen by the prophet, Ezekiel, this anthropomorphic template resembles a human of dazzling white light sitting upon a throne (Fig. 5).


And above the firmament that was over their heads was the likeness of a throne, as the appearance of a sapphire stone: and upon the likeness of a throne was the likeness as the appearance of a man above upon it. This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the LORD.  (Ezekiel 1:26)

Fig. 5: Adam Kadmon is Man-God garbed in dazzling white light, sitting upon a throne.

Fig. 1: Adam Kadmon is the Heavenly Man.

Fig. 2: Adam Kadmon is the First Man or Primordial Man.

Fig. 3: Adam Kadmon is the Macrocosmic Man.

Fig. 4: Adam Kadmon is the Lamb in Book of Revelations.

Fig. 6: Adam Kadmon is a sun that can light up a dark world in a way that 7 billion human light bulbs cannot do.

The anthropomorphic Adam Kadmon exists in the divine plane as a perpetual template to guide the evolution of all souls. All human beings can potentially attain the level of Adam Kadmon, although few actually do. 


The anthropological Adam Kadmon is that rare, unpolarized human being who has:

  • unified his polarities and periodicities, thereby, attaining Christhood

  • achieved universal consciousness

  • achieved Jivanmukti, i.e., freedom from ignorance, and liberation from the wheel of reincarnation

  • fully realized his Oneness with the Creator​; not only is he God-realized, he is also God-actualized

  • attained divine status "as god," thus, he embodies the glory of God

He who attains Adam Kadmon makes an immense contribution to humanity's destiny. Studies by David R. Hawkins, MD, in his book, "Power vs. Force," report that the mere presence of one such enlightened being on earth can balance the negativity generated by millions of unenlightened people, thereby, uplifting society and decreasing the chances of planetary annihilation.

The dazzling diamond light of Adam Kadmon is an unpolarized light like that of the sun, which is not the same as the adamic majority whose souls emanate polarized light like incandescent bulbs. Adam Kadmon is like a sun that can light up a dark world in a way that 7 billion light bulbs cannot do. In the truest sense of the word, he is a "Light Unto Nations"  (Fig. 6).