- Aaron, brother to Moses,
- Abnegate, whoever had
learned to, self and labor for the good of others,
was already above grade fifty, and his ascension
should be perpetual thereafter, 418.9. to, one's own
self. This is the most difficult law, 707.15.
- Abnegation, without, of
one's self, no man shall have peace of soul either
on earth or in heaven, 498.13; 419.13.
- Abortion, some very young,
slain by their mothers and fathers, 207.9.
- Abram, birth of, prepared
for by Jehovih, 301. chap. xiii. was an I'huan,
appearance of, 328.7. grade ninety-five, 326.11. a
maker of baskets, 327.3. could see without eyes and
hear without ears, 328.8. servant in a king's
family, 328.10. inspired by the God Vishnu, 328.
U.B.9. name changed to Abra-Ham, made chief rab'bah,
327.1 to 3. Cpenta-armij spends twelve days with
- Abraham visits Sodom and
Gomorrah, 329.5 to 330.9. commanded by an angel to
offer up his son Isaac, 330.10 to 331.20. declares
even the chosen of God can be deceived by evil
angels, 331.1 to 332.10. to be a father to many
peoples, 333.3. 's wife Sarai and her maid Hagar,
333.5 to 335.18. accused of being father to Ishmael,
and of attempting to burn his son Isaac as a
sacrifice to his God, 336.25 to .32. inquires of God
(Vishnu) concerning the people of the kings and the
Faithists, also of marriage, gifts, government,
learning, servitude, products of labor, the lazy and
they that shirk, and of lands, 337. chap. xii. 's
son Isaac takes Rebecca to wife, 340.1 to 342.16.
establishes his people in families, 342.17. 's
record cleared up in regard to him and Ishmael and
Isaac, 343.19 to .21.
- Absolve, thou shalt, them
that are depressed because of their sins, 209.16.
- Absolved, and thou shalt
be, and forgiven thy sins, 778.23.
- Accomplish, rather is it
wise to, whatever work Jehovih hath put in thy way,
than to desert it for sake of personal comfort,
160.29; 211.9 to 10.
- Actinic force, 585.34;
594.15 to 595.16.
- Adam, the Par'si'ean word,
adopted instead of the Vedic Asu (which see),
- Adavaysit. See under Ship.
- Adept, at eighteen he
(Thothma) was admitted as an, in life and death,
450.15. college students, who had attained, 454.13.
- Adeptism in the Father's
kingdom, 815.15; 838.21.
- Adepts, Chamber of 659.
during Thothma's reign, 456.30.
- Adeptship attained to, so
that the angels could carry him up and down within
the pillar, which was fifty lengths of a man,
- Adonya, the earth Gods,
that is the Lords were now called, 56.17; 73.69.
- Adult, ye shall persuade
any, to come into the Father's kingdom 852.2.
neither shalt thou strive to teach any, man or woman
who is without faith in Me, 827.14; 51.6.
- Advise, neither shall one
man, another without becoming bound to him that
followeth his, 750.20.
- Aejin, Ahura and his
emissaries discovered that by pressing down the
front brain of infants they could be made capable of
Su'is, 297.19 to 22. the person so communing with
the spirits was called in the Egyptian language, and
ranked next to the Sun King, 335.21; 368.26; 373.24;
- Affiliative, making
thyself, 797.29; 710.17; 749.37; 798.7.
- Afflicted, when the wealth
of the rich man is stolen, do not mortals say, Poor man, Jehovih hath, him, 483.3; 521.30.
- Ahaoma, earth food, 475.30.
- Ahura (Ctusk, a former Lord
of Jehovih's host), renounces Jehovih and founds a
kingdom for himself in heaven, 293.1 to 3. history
of, and his kingdom, 293.1 to 301.36; 303.4, 5;
305.1 to 311.30. takes the name Ahura'Mazda, the All
Sufficient High God, 294.7. takes the name
Ahura'Mazda, the Holy Begotten Son of All Created
Creations, 296.7. receives messages from God, and
replies thereto, 293.4 to 294.15. is interpreted to
God by Jehovih, 294.16, 17. finds a way to raise up
prophets and seers, 297.18 to 298.24. claims to have
been the inspirer of Zarathustra, 298.7. 's kingdoms
disturbed by the lack of advancement of his Sub-Gods
298.8 to 299.15. 's Sub-Gods send an address to God
in Mouru, 299.16 to 300.29. issues a proclamation,
but with little effect, 301.34 to 36. has 30,000
parade ships built, and cruises in atmospherea,
306.13 to 307.20.
- Ahura, while, is cruising,
his throne is plundered by Ootgowski, 307.21 to
308.30. cast into hell, delivered out of hell,
sentenced to take his kingdom and people and deliver
them into righteousness 309.1 to 311.30. before
Cpenta-armij, 334.1 to 335.8. spoken to by the voice
of Jehovih, 335.9 to 336.15. removes his plateaux
away from the earth, 336.16 to 343.14. prays to
Jehovih as to what he shall say or do in the matter
of Anuhasaj, 390.1 to .3. sends word to Anuhasaj in
his own way, 390.4 to 392.35. and God unite their
kingdoms, 433.1 to 434.10. prays to Jehovih that he
may go to Osiris and Te-in and Sudga and plead His
cause, 436.6 to .8. visits Te-in, and the interview
between them, 436.9 to 439.32. visits Sudga, and the
interview between them, 439.5 to 441.17. visits
Osiris, and the interview between them, 441.5 to
443.26. invited by Lika to visit him, 488.1. speaks
before Lika and his Holy Council, 488.2 to 493.34.
delivers Anuhasaj from a knot in hell, 499.6 to
500.9. and other Gods and Goddesses make the sacred
circle, and after many days they restore Anuhasaj to
reason, 500.10 to 502.30. after the same manner
delivers Anubi (Chesota), 502.1 to .2. takes
Anuhasaj and Chesota before Lika, and they are
judged, 502.3 to 504.22. sends his Brides and
Bridegrooms to etherea 504.1 to 506.22. removes the
remainder of Vara-pishanaha to Hao-yusta, the kingdom
of Anuhasaj, 507.1. speaks at the time of the
judgment and sentence of Osiris and Te-in and Sudga,
512.38 to 514.11. goes to etherea with Lika and his
- Airavagna. See under Ship.
- A'ji, first degree of
density of an atmospherean world, 6.8. the earth in,
800 years, 94.7. what, is. Drujas delight therein,
305.9 to 306.10. great power of, 302.16 to .18.
mortals must have sufficient, that the race become
not extinct, 264.16. the earth of this region
(Jaffeth) hath been in, 1300 years, 265.8. when,
cometh near a dawn of dan, loo'is shall fly swiftly,
303.1 to 3. earth in, 557 plate 32. remarks under,
564 plate 39. earth passing through, aggregateth and
groweth, 616.56. of 400 years, will fall upon the
earth, 687.7, 9, 12. See 308.2, 3; 602.9; 689.4.
- A'ji'an fields, 174.9;
178.11. forests, most rich in adamantine substances,
479.3; 471.4; 487.11; 687.3; 689.1. habitations,
how, are made, 135.12; a throne of A'ji, 135.11.
swamps, 466.10. vortices, 177.4.
- Alexandrian Library
destroyed by Looeamong, 736.21.
- Algonquin, See under O-pah-e-go-quim.
- All Highest, he who liveth
the, he can, 202.9; is not this the, man should aim
at? 204.19; 224.7. because of unbelief in the Great
Spirit man has set himself up as the, 217.17; 78.7;
179.4; 200.12; 201.13. I will show them that without
an, Person there is no resurrection for angels or
men., 389.7; 100.25; 240.9; 201.14 to .16; 65.5;
84.35; 151.23; 187.14; 237.14; 283.36; 534.3;
697.34; 916.3, 4.
- All Highest, worshippers or
the spirits instead of the, 912.24.
- All Highest, is thy
neighbor, 916.3 to 4.
- All Light,
incomprehensible, 120.14; 207.3; 352.6. answereth
everything in heaven and earth after its own manner,
251.28. to the summit of, even Gods have not
- All Person, a man without
perception of the, 52.3; 242.30, 31. thou, O E-o-ih!
incomprehensible, 104.12; 240.17 to 241.22. many who
perceive the, and many who deny Him, 111.12; 144.16.
he who hath attained to understand that all things
are but one harmonious whole hath also attained to
know what is meant by the term, 546.21; 777.25 to
- Almighty, shall a man lose
sight of the, 82.4. the Unapproachable, 93.17. never
attain to the, 282.21; 683.2, 3. none can stay the
hand of the, 796.35.
- Almighty, look back to
mortals and call them to the exalted heavens of the,
- Almighty, but they have
built not an edifice of unity and glory to the,
- Alms-bowl, to be carried one
year by every king in the Kingdom of the Sun,
202.10. to be carried one year by Asha, 203.11, 12;
207.7; 209.1. carried three years by Sakaya, 704.9;
- Ammonites, who were of the
- An All Higher, forever and
forever do I keep before them the testimony of,
- Ancients, wherein every
cycle asserteth itself wise and the, fools, 110.1 to
3. were for the past era, and not for the present,
568.3 to 6; 747.15. man nowadays is not so foolish
as the, 557.20 to 24. doctrine of the, 713.12 to
- Angels, the, who are good
labor for those beneath them. This is their work day
and night. They go not away to idleness forever,
117.17. who sayest thou the, are, 492.8 to 10;
653.24 to 27; 914.19 to 32.
- Angels of God, the rank of
all such, 912.22.
- Angels of heaven, the Lord
brought the, to man, 43.2. commanded by the Lord to
give up their forms, 43.8.
- Angels of Jehovih, the rank
of all such, 912.22.
- Animals, no desire for
spiritual life, nor with capacity to accumulate
spiritually, 231.14 to 232.18. are completed in the
place of their dwelling. It has no aspiration to
make itself better or wiser, that it may contribute
to the creation, 241.5. how they were first created,
596.8; also 819.16, 2 to 7, 20; 821.19, 395.14.
spirits of, survive in heaven for a season, 785.8 to
786.12. talking, man and woman were the only,
created in all the created worlds, 193.3.
- Anra'mainyus, my everlasting
- Anubi, the, Sub-God of the
heavenly kingdom of Me-de, 378.4 to 6. 's labor on
- Anubi, rites and degrees
of, 380.2 to 381.12.
- Anubi (Chesota), master of
the scales of heaven, savior of men, son of De'yus,
- Anubi's city Aubi and his
duties under De'yus, 387.22 to 388.24;407.10. gives
up his place in fear of the drujas, 435.13 to 16.
cast in to hell, 436.12. after 400 years (436.3) is
delivered out of hell, but is in chaos, knowing
nothing, wild, screaming, I am not the Savior, I am
not, I am plain Chesota (his real name), 502.1,2.
restored to reason (502.2), taken before Lika for
judgment, and judges himself, 503.13 to 504.18.
- Anubis, Rites of, and plate
82, 640, 642.
- Anuhasaj, a one time
mortal, 393.18; a former Sub-God, comes before
Ahura, 337.4 to 339.15. shatters the line at the
time of raising Ailkin, 341.2 to .5; 342.9. told by
Satan (self) how the whole earth and her heavens may
become his, 381.4 to 382.13. attains to be Lord God,
and is crowned by God Son of Jehovih, 382.14, 15.
receives more advice from Satan, and follows it,
382.16 to .21. invites to a festival those whom he
knew would willingly do his bidding, and speaks
before them, 382.22 to 26. replied to by his Lords
and Lordesses, 382.27 to 384.46. again speaks, and
then declares the assembly dissolved, 384.1 to .9.
and his Lords and Lordesses all receive advice from
Satan, 385.1 to .4. resigns the Lorddom, and sends
for his Lords and Lordesses, 385.9 to .12. crowned,
our God of the earth and her heavens, the Very Lord
God in Jehovih. Thus became a false God, 385.13, 14.
manner of crowning, 386.15 to 19. declares the
establishment of a De'yus, 386.1 to 6. appoints his
rulers, and they resign the Diva, 386.7 to 387.18.
and his host go to Hored and found his two capital
cities, 387.19 to 388.26. assumes the name De'yus (Dyaus),
and declareth himself against Jehovih, 388. chap.
xii. and his Gods entreated by God of Craoshivi to
return, 390.15, 16. makes the laws of the Lord God,
and they are ratified, 392. chap. xv. orders the
destruction of all vessels plying to the upper
plateaux, the locking up of all libraries, and
surrounds his kingdom with a standing army, 394.3 to
11. gives a feast, and makes a speech, 394.12 to
396.27. officers his army to go down and subdue the
earth, 396.28 to 35. had had 2700 years' experience,
and was not a dull God, 398.1. addresses his five
chief friends, and they reply, 398.4 to 399.10.
assigns his army of three thousand million angels,
one-third to Te-in for Jaffeth, one-third to Sudga
for Vind'yu, and one-third to Osiris for Arabin'ya
and the regions west and north, with Baal and
Ashtaroth as his earth managers, 399.11 to 400.17.
invites his five warrior Gods to Sanctu to a feast,
412.10, and each of them speaks of his exploits,
412.4 to 7.
- Anuhasaj declares before
them his doctrines and creation, to be given to
mortals, and they are so given, but are not deemed
sufficient by the learned men, 412.11 to 414.3. 's
three Gods, by advice of Satan, consult with one
another, 414.4 to 415.17. 's three Gods make a bible
(Osirian) in their own way, and give it to mortals,
415. chap. xxix. Acquiesces in all his three Gods
had given to mortals, 418.1,2. and his false Gods
prosper in heaven 900 years, but in 950 years begin
to quarrel and fight among themselves, 418.5, 6. now
has twenty-eight thousand million spirits in his
kingdom, vast cities with streets paved with
heavenly diamonds, and yet each and every God begins
to see coming danger, 418.8 to 10. Satan again
visits, and his Gods, first praising and then
chiding them, 419.12 to 420.21. calls a meeting of
his Gods in Hored. Osiris and Sudga come, but not
Te-in, 420.1 to 421.12. receives Osiris and Sudga in
great magnificence, 420.2 to 421.13. sweetly tells
his tale, even as Satan had taught him, 421.14 to
18. and his two Gods find fault with one another,
and the conference breaks up "amidst a most
disgusting quarrel," 421.19 to 423.37; 431.1. left
alone, soliloquizes, and is presently informed that
Te-in had seceded, then Sudga, then Osiris with Baal
and Ashtaroth, and then Uropa and Guatama,431.2 to
6. then is silent for a long while considering,
431.6. decides to lower Hored nearer to the earth,
but his highest grades begin to leave him, 431.7 to
432.10. danger is already staring, in the face; his
heart begins to fail him, and he has no time for war
against his seceding Gods, 432.10 to 12. receives a
message from God, and returns an insulting answer,
432.1 to 5. is besought by God to heed the coming
danger, 432.6 to 433.14. under the names God, and
Lord, and Lord God, and De'yus had now, for a
thousand years, become fixed in mortals' minds as
the Creator, a large man sitting on a throne,
guarded by his Son Anubi, 435.4 to 7. established
the names Lord God and De'yus (Dyaus) (Deity) as
worshipful on the earth. Before that time man
worshipped Me under the term Great Spirit. Remarks
under Plate 19,493. 's hosts on every side are
deserting him, and ji'ay comes pressing downward,
slowly and surely, 435.8. and his officers try by
music to hold the forty thousand million to peace
and order, but at last Hored touches the earth, and
then alas, all order died. The doors of hell were
opened, 435.9 to 11. and Anubi and more than a
million officers are swallowed up in measureless
darkness, 436.12,13. and Anubi and his host to stay
in hell for 400 years, 436.1 to 3. locked up in
hell; even high-raised Gods would not find it safe
to go to him, 436.6; 482.13. and Anubi delivered out
of hell, restored to sound reason, judged, their
kingdoms restored to them, and "when thou hast
raised up thy whole kingdom, then wilt thou also be
raised up," 498.5 to 504.22; 487.12.
- Anuhasaj, Bondage upon,
Whilst the name of God or Lord or Savior is
worshipped upon the earth, I shall labor with the
drujas of heaven and the Druks of earth, 501.17,18.
Behold thy God is in the image of a man, and he
sitteth on a throne in heaven; he shall be bound
while this belief survived on the earth, 483.17.
said: Whilst I am in hell or in heaven, in hada or
on the earth, will I pursue all peoples, mortals and
angels, till I cast out the worship of a God and a
Lord and of a Savior, 501.18; 685.2.
- Aoasu, signifying land and
sky world for the first spirit life after mortal
death, 188.20; 225.9.
- Aph, son of Jehovih, high
dwelling in the etherean worlds, and oft trained in
the change and tumult of corporeal worlds, 69.1.
Orion Chief, mighty above all the countless millions
of Gods and Goddesses assembled, had he attained in
the play and management of worlds, 92.7. See under
the Submersion of the Continent of (Pan) Whaga. is
addressed by the God of the earth, Neph, and
replies, 81.1 to 82.10. speaks before God (Neph) and
his Lords and host, 83.22 to 84.33. departs, going
on a journey farther than 10,000 suns, 85.6. returns
at the end of 200 years, and takes Neph and his host
to etherea, 91. chap, xvi.
- Apollo, son of Jehovih,
brevet Orion Chief (121.6), once a mortal,
earth-born, of the continent of Pan, dweller in
etherea 50,000 years, 108.2; 110.1; 114.18. 's
mission to the earth, 112.1 to 4; 114.12, 13.
Jehovih changed the forms of the earth-born; but
they became worshippers of, 125.13; and mortals took
to destroying ill-formed children and cripples, thus
casting the ills of mortality into heaven, 125.7.
- Aqueducts and Great Canals
of Vind'yu destroyed, 448.20; 764.6 to 8.
- Arabin'ya (Africa), so
named by Fragapatti, 142.4; 331.28. description of,
and her people, 405.7 to 10.
- Arc of Bon, time of the,
shall be 400 years, Remarks, Plate 21, 449.
- Arcs of the earth, and also
of the sun, defined, 10.2; 59.1 to 4.
- Airiata. See under Ship.
- Arieune, Goddess, tells
Fragapatti the location of a knot of a thousand
million, 250.3 to 6. shows Hoab the way to the knot,
252.6 to 10.
- Around About, a child, a
man, a God, a Lord learn from that which is round
about; neither can they acquire anything more
- Asaphs, their office and
duties, 12.31; 16.22 to 17.25; 287.7; 332.38.
- Ascetic, God judgeth the,
800 chap. xxvi.
- Asha (a mortal), learned in
many things, 174.6 to 175.15. before So-qi, King of
Oas, 175.2 to 180.12. made King of the Sun, 181
chap. v. 's interview with Zarathustra, 185.17 to
188.17. says: Alas, my kindred are dead; my friends
are fools! I have none to tell these wonders to,
- Asha receives the book
written by Zarathustra, interview with him and with
I'hua'Mazda, 196.11 to 204.20. 's proclamation of
the Ormazdian law, 204 chap. xiv. councils with
Zarathustra as to abdicating his throne, 206.1 to
207.7. questions in regard to prayer, 208.8 to 15.
gave up all he had on earth, carrying the alms-bowl,
209.1. arrested and brought before the king,
Hi'ya'tseing, 211.9 to 10. bound upon the wheel of
uh'ga, 210.11 to 212.18. delivered down from the
wheel by I'hua'Mazda, 212.19 to 20. again before the
king, 212.21 to 213.29. is told by Pon'yah, King of
Oas, "Thou art an old fool. Go thy way," 246.17.
speaks to the learned men, who say, "Pity old, a
knave hath dethroned his reason!" 249.18,19. writes
down the substance of the words of the spirit
Zarathustra, 255.22. oratory. Power of reciting with
effect. Basis of Vede, 665.52.
- Ashars (guardian angels
over mortals), their office and duties, 11.24 to
12.30; 32- 17.23. four generations, 133 years, shall
he serve as an, 287.5. appointed to mortals (at time
of corporeal birth, and every, shall have 100
changes of labor with 100 different mortals, to
learn all the varieties of men and women, 332.37.
the kind of mortals over whom, are weak to protect
them, 403.14 to 16. nor shall ye ever make
yourselves known to him through his corporeal
senses, for your labor is with the spirit, 680.4, 7;
681.8. also, 379.3; 402.8; 467.10, 11; 684.20, 2U
- Ashtaroth, goddess, virgin
daughter of Osiris
(the false), 441.2. 's speech before
Anuhasaj, 384.43 to 45. made ruler by Anuhasaj over
Parsa and its heavenly kingdom, 387.12. the most
vengeful goddess, 689.9 to 12; 698.9. sends millions
of her warring angels down to Xerxes, 699.16 to 23.
causes her chief orator to make a speech to her
army, 699.24 to 30. overcome by Baal, and cast into
hell, 700.10 to 12. delivered out of hell, and
brought before God for judgment, 766.14. See also
- Aspiration, Self, to
abnegate, for it is at the expense of others,
- Aspireth, For know ye all
that whoever, to Me shall come to Me; but the
nearest way for many is round about, 325.4.
- Association, I provided
them that they could not escape, 478.8.
- Astoreth, Yima's kingdom,
so named because the number of females exceeded the
males in the heavens over Shem, 262.1.
- Asu (Vedic), Adam (Par'si'ean,
450.11), how made, 9.10,11. was not created to
everlasting life, 20.2. the time of the habitation
of, was 8000 years. And, disappeared off the face of
the earth, 43.1, 2. a picture of, the first race.
Plate, page 58. 927
- Asu, the false Osiris makes
up a history of, to answer the questions of mortals,
415.1 to 416.21. (panic), a man in aboriginal state,
- Assyrian Race, 170.7.
- Atmosphere, density and
pressure of the, 594.9 to 13.
- Atmospherea, spheres or
plateaux surrounding the whole earth, some 10, some
1000, some 100,000 or more miles high, and these
spheres that rotate with the earth are called,
Remarks under Plate 43, 567. many plateaux larger
than the earth, and they are adapted to the abode of
angels, even as the earth is for mortals, 786.20,
21. the heavens which travel with the earth around
the sun, called the lower heavens, also the
intermediate world, hada, 681.3 to 683.3. Man saw
that, turned the earth, and that the earth turned
not, Remarks, Plate 45,568. this great hemispherical
lens, 590.7. See also, 7.8 to 11; 18.27; 57.24 to
25; 160.20 to 22; 182 Plate 10; 263.9; 358.23;
- Atmospherean, by that which
springeth out of the earth is the, fed and clothed,
- Atmospherean Heavens, these
are the dominions given into the keeping of thy God,
786.21. are yet even as if scarcely inhabited;
thousands of plateaux with no angels to dwell
- Atmospherean Ocean, as
mortals sail corporeal ships across the corporeal
ocean, so sailed the ship of God in the, 24.1. the
heavens of the earth are separated by, 786.16 to
22.; Plate, page 64.
- Atmospherean Worlds, I
created shapeless and void of fixed form, 6.8 to
- Attractive Force, no, from
one planet to another, or to its own satellite,
587.56. planetary disturbances not caused by
planets, but by their vortices, 592.18.
- Autocrat shall not learn
sympathy till the liveth with a beggar, 181.12.
- Avalanza. See under Ship.
- Agents appointed by God,
698.5 to 7