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Tau Malachiuse both this parameter and |birth_date to display the person's date of birth, date of death, and age at death) --> | death_place = | death_cause = | other_names = | years_active = | occupation = Religious leader | education = | alma_mater = | known_for = | spouse = | partner = | parents = | children = | relatives = | website = | footnotes = | signature = | signature_alt = | nocat_wdimage = | religion = Gnosticism | church = Ecclesia Pistis Sophia | ordained = by Tau Elijah in 1983 | laicised = | writings = | congregations = | offices_held = Bishop of Ecclesia Pistis Sophia | title = Bishop | module = }} Tau Malachi (full name: Tau Malachi eben Ha-Elijah; born Brett Cagle in 1962) is an American neo-Gnostic religious leader and writer. He is currently the bishop of Ecclesia Pistis Sophia, also known as the Sophia Fellowship.
Tau Malachi is the current spiritual leader of the Sophian Gnostic tradition, a neo-Gnostic group. Although members claim that the lineage dates back to the 1700s, the current tone of Ecclesia Pistis Sophia was innovated in the 1880s by Tau Miriam, an Englishwoman. She initiated her protégé Tau Elijah, who left England in the early twentieth century to establish the lineage in the Bay Area of Northern California. In the 1950s, Tau Elijah retired from public teaching and initiating to live in the Lake Tahoe basin, where he died in the 1970s. Provided by Wikipedia