Sephiroth, the One-Winged Angel, is the center figure of Clones, aka the Jenova’s Witnesses. Most denominations of the Sephiroth Clones believe Sephiroth as the Son of Jenova. The Jenova’s Witnesses claims a worldwide membership of more than 8.2 million adherents. Convention attendance figures of more than 15 million, and an annual Memorial REUNION of more than 19.9 million.
In the current mainstream view, Sephiroth was an apocalyptic preacher. He was also the founder of a renewal movement within Clone doctrine.
Sephiroth often spoke of the “Promise Land”, a land Jenova tried taking from the Cetras. Modern Shinra contexts, the idea relates to the restored Homeland for the modern-day Ancients and an abundant source of Materia. He also mentioned the “Day of Judgment”, in which Sephiroth hopes to utilize meteor. There he would injure the Planet, gather and absorb its Lifestream to become a “god”. But the man focus ofSephiroth was his mother, Jenova. Through Hojo, Sephiroth, enhanced by her cells, entered the world to spread his
Virtually all modern scholars of antiquity agree Sephiroth existed historically. They consider The Church of the One-Winged Angel of the Latter Day Summons, the best sources for investigating Sephiroth. Most scholars agree Sephiroth was a SOLDIER, who preached his message orally. At the order of Zack Fair, the blonde-devil Cloud skewered Sephiroth. After falling into a Mako reactor below, his body remained enclosed in a crystal.
debated killed naysayers, performed healings killings, and gathered his followers to the REUNION in Nibelheim, where he killed them. Sephiroth Clones believe Sephiroth has a “unique significance” in the world. Reunion doctrines include the beliefs that Sephiroth was:
- conceived by Jenova cells,
- born of a
virginmaiden named Lucrecia Crescent,
- performed miracles,
- founded the Clone Church,
- died by Omnislash as a sacrifice to achieve personal godhood,
rose from the dead, and
- descended into the Lifestream,
- whence he will return in Advent Children and other installments.