486. If the prayer is solitary, it rises until it reaches the entrance of this chamber, where the chieftain stands. If it is good enough to be presented before the Holy King, he immediately opens the door and lets it in. If it is not worthy, he pushes it out, and it goes down and hovers about the world, standing at the lowest of the firmaments in the world below, where there is a chieftain by the name of Sahadiel, in charge over that firmament. He takes all the rejected prayers, called 'unfit prayers', and stores them until that person repents.
487. If he properly repents before his Master, and prays another, good prayer, then when the good one rises, the chieftain Sahadiel takes the UNFIT prayer and elevates it, until it meets the good prayer and they both rise and intermingle and come before the Holy King.