- Baal, a young Lord, under
God, of great promise, speaks before Anuhasaj,
383.40. appointed by Anuhasaj, his ruler over
Heleste and her heavens, 387.11. says he has been
2000 years trying to put himself in good position
first, so he could help others, 430.10. by order of
Osiris, takes the spirit of Thothma to many places
in Osiris' heavenly kingdom. 453.6 to 454.13. sends
hundreds of millions of his warring angels down to
the earth, inspiring mortals against the dominions
of Ashtaroth, 698.10. God of the Argos'yans, sends
two thousand million angel warriors to the earth
to obsess the Argos'yans (Greeks) against the
Par'si'eans who are coming against them, 700.1 to 7.
's hosts cast Ashtaroth and her Lords and Gods into
hell, 700.10 to 12. establishes heavenly kingdoms
over Jerusalem and off from Roma, 724.14. said: Mine
is an easy doctrine to understand; all mortals who
worship not, shall be put to death, 724.6.
- Baal, routed, but not
captured by Looeamong, 725.23 to 25. the craft and
wisdom of, baffle Looeamong (Kriste), 728.3. for
space of 300 years gradually gained upon by
Looeamong, 730.10. still maintains himself in Roma
as God of the Roman Empire, 730.14. finally captured
by Looeamong, through Gabriel (Thoth), and walled
around with fire and noxious gases in hell, 732.21,
22. such was the end of the earthly dominion of, who
had ruled over mortals for evil for upwards of 3000
years, 732.23. delivered out of hell, and brought
before God for judgment, 766.45.
- Baal and Ashtaroth secede
from Osiris, taking their kingdoms with them, 462.8
to 10. escaped being cast into hell (with Osiris,
Te-in and Sudga), and flee for a more opportune
season to carry out their wicked schemes, 463.22.
- Babel, a tower of words. Ye
strove to reach heaven with a multitude of words,
143.6 to 8. Tower of, not in Chinese version of
scriptures, why, 146.8 note to 8
- Bad Husband and Good Wife
and the reverse. I'hua'Mazda said; Who knoweth, what
is good and what is bad? 234.18 to 235.22; 160.29.
- Bad Men, three kinds of,
found by Osiris (the false), 448.2; 294.16
- Balance of Power, ye have
also persuaded mortal kingdoms to divide the earth
into sections and regions, and to clamor for a,
between different kingdoms, 742.32, 33; 737.1 to 3.
- Baptism, origin of, 283.10,
11; 291.11 to 13; 839.10. Infant, an abomination
before Jehovih, 810.15, 16.
- Babao Root, I'hins made
drunk with, by the Druks, 141.19 to 142.21.
- Barbarian shall drive away
and destroy all evil beasts and serpents, 88.3;
- Barometer, 156.2; 594.12.
- Battles of a thousand
years, 398, heading to chap, xviii.
- Battle, to, against others,
it to gain the lower by sacrificing the higher,
- Baugh-ghan-ghad, Rites of,
643.1 to 648.54. This is the flesh of my body, eat
ye of it in remembrance of me and of, drink ye of it
(the blood) in remembrance of me and of, 645.13.
God's judgment against this custom with abhorrence,
810.23 to 811.25.
- Beast (Self), 1.6 to 19;
562 chap, viii; 591.16; 602.7; 603.3; 604.5. the,
figure, the person, which is called individual,
- Beelzebub, origin of the
word, 496.16, 17.
- Beggar, who hath reformed
a, by giving to him? 124.3; 51.5.
- Belief, all corporeal
worlds pass through an age of too much, 137.3 to 5.
- Belief and Unbelief, two
conditions belong to all men, 200.32.
- Bible, the First Chinese,
being of Po, an I-e-su, 315 to 327. Constantine.
In the old Eguptian libraries are books and tablets
and manuscripts that will show the perversity of the,
735.22; see also Kriste'yan Bible.
- Bible, EZRA (Jewish,
811.1O), being of Looeamong, through Thoth
(Gabriel), Ezra being the chief scribe 725.28 to 32.
the foundation of the Book of Genesis, 412.11 to
413.9;415.1 to 417.44. how and by whom the Book of
Genesis and the first Book of Exodus were written
531.17,18. Eguptian records so voluminous that the
scribes of Ezra could make neither head nor tail of
them, 532.21. Ezra's scribes shall translate from
these records with all their errors and
falsehoods, 336.30; see 167 note to 1. shown to be
false in regard to Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac,
and the burnt offering, 343.20. the basis of the,
659.1 to 662.59. the, not from the time of Moses
(3400 B.K.), but was compiled and established by
Ezra in Jerusalem, and completed, 2344 B.K., 662.47,
48; 662.59. FONECEAN, THE FIRST, being of Abram, a
man chosen of God for the children of Arabin'ya, 327
to 343. GUATAMA (America), THE FIRST, being of Ea-wah-tah,
a man chosen of God for the children of Guatama, 367
to 375. HINDOO SCRIPTURES, 139, chap, i; 811.10.
MOUND-BUILDERS', 643.1 to 14; Plate No. 83.
KRISTE'YAN, being of Looeamong (731.30 to 38),
through Hatuas (Constantine) and the Council of
Nice, Kriste (Looeamong) declared God and Lord of
all the nations of the earth. Mortal representative
chosen by the Council, THE MAN, I-E-SU, 732.26 to
733.53. OSIRIAN, being of Osiris (the false), with
interpolations from Te-in and Sudga, and given to
mortals in Arabin'ya (Egypt), Jaffeth (China) and
Shem (Vind'yu) (India), 415.1 to 417.44. SCRIPTURES
OF THAT DAY, being time of Aph, 24,000 years B.K.,
76 chap. iii. VIND'YU (India), THE FIRST, being of
Brahma, who became an i-e-su. A man chosen of God
for the children of Vind'yu, 343 to 367.
ZARATHUSTRIAN, THE, being God's Word, 188.1. the
book of GOD'S WORD is so called because it is of the
first descent of God (whose name was Samati) to the
earth, to establish his word with man. Through
Zarathustra (Zoa-raaster, Zoraaster), an i-e-su, a
man of Par'si'e, came God to this end, 8900 years
B.K., 171 to 256. The Zarathustrian Laws; the
I'hua'Mazdian Laws; transcribed from the libraries of
heaven, 188.1 to 196.8. THE NEW, O-AH-SPE, the one
now before you. Thou hast tried on all my people to
convert them, but hast failed utterly. Behold, I
come now with a new book, and they will accept it
from my hand, 375.9, 10. See 2.23 to 26; heading of
Book of Jehovih, 5;13.14, 15;228.3.
- Birth-"blankets", certain
angels whose labor shall be to receive new-born
spirits on, 100.32; 76.4; 79.9; 365.6.
- Blasphemer, God saith who
is a 777.9 to 15; 778.21 to 23.
- Blood, I make not flesh out
of, but out of that that the, carrieth, 136.14.
- Blue Hats with earflaps,
after the manner of the daughters of Zarathustra,
- Body and Blood, eat ye of
it, for it is the very, of Ormazd, our Father in
- Bondage, the sixth
generation of the seed of the fallen angels was now
delivered and this was the fullness of earth for
them, 32.8. to him that begetteth children gave I,
to them and to him conjointly, 160.26. the greater
the possession, the greater the, 512.35. be wise, O
Man, and tie not thyself to things that progress
not, lest they become a, to thee in the next world,
233.19. a, men know not of, the begetting of selfish
offspring in this world. For whilst their heirs are
in darkness they themselves cannot rise in heaven,
538.5. by indulgence in begetting shall man be bound
after death; by not begetting how shall he know all
the earth? 624.15. the, of kings and queens and
emperors and rich men and leaders of men, 749.36;
767.12 to 14. the, upon whomsoever attaineth
dominion by the sword or maintaineth dominion by
standing armies, 767.15 to 17; 743.13. the, upon
whomsoever hath great riches and many servants, or
no servants, but liveth for himself, 767.19 to
768.20. upon false Gods and Goddesses, until they
have raised up all they have led astray, 768.28 to
44. the, upon thee in heaven shall be according to
the avoidance of the trust imposed, 784.9 to 11.
the, upon those who cause war, or engage in it, and
upon those who cause the death by law of any person.
806.13 to 807.24. thou shalt be bound in heaven till
thou shalt accomplish what thou mightst have done,
but failed to do; and thou shalt accomplish without
money what thou couldst have done with money, 805.5
to 8. of the mind, 739.24; 801.10; 258.3; 340.21;
483.17; 738.23; 780.19; 789.15; 804.17 to 24.
- Books of the Ancients, My
wise angels suffer mortals to burn up the, 522.7 to
9. the destruction of the, for upwards of 20,000
years, 723.22 to 29; 560.7.
- Borealis, the vortexya
manifested in the north pole of the vortex in
flames of fire, which are called, 584.20; 590.3. See
also Remarks under Plate 45, 568.
- Born, yesterday thou wert;
today thou livest; tomorrow thou diest; the next
day thou wilt be forgotten, 656.103. some are, of
the beast and some are, of the spirit, which is the
interpretation of all the poverty and crime and war
and licentiousness there is in the world. 789.12 to
- Born of Woman, and man will
turn against Great Jehovih, preferring idols of
stone, and metal, and spirits, 27.15. ye shall not
worship any man, nor call him sacred, 225.6. who can
shake their faith, or feed them with thy story of a
Savior, 375.4. man of himself never inventeth a God
in figure of a man, 405.11.
- Born of Woman, God said: I
teach both angels and mortals they shall not worship
any one, 740.13; 228.2; 294.13; 374.42; 389.5;401.8,
14; 463.8; 564.21; 624.12; 650.46; 743.8; 780.24.
- Bound, let no man say I
will not sow on the earth lest I be, 622.2. he that
casteth away all things can never be, 491.22.
- Brahma, Jehovih prepares a
way for the birth of, 301 chap. xiii. an I'huan of
the I'hin side, of grade ninety-nine, 326.11. a
large man, of great strength, a hewer of wood,
347.38. so called because of his great wisdom,
344.9. not considered a God, but a man through whom
God spake, 345.13. inspired by the God Div (Ha'chue).
Heading to First Book of God, 314. has a star above
his forehead, and questions it, 345.14 to 346.23. is
told by God to take a wife, and asks, Can a married
man serve Ormazd, 346.25 to 32. meets Yu-tiv, who
becomes his wife, 347.33 to 350.4. has six sons born
unto him, 350.5 to 7. 's wife loses faith in the
Father, and both adopt the name Eolin, 350.8 to 9.
while this state of unbelief is upon, and Yu-tiv,
another child, Hog (Fact) was born unto them,
351.10. is told by God to be faithful eighteen
years, 351.11,12,1. again the voice and light come
to, 351.2. Ormazd speaks through, 353.11 to 356.4;
358.1 to 4. used as a sar'gis to show the angels of
the intermediate world, 359.16 to 362.29. the Veda
given through, and Vede, his son, writes down the
words, 362.1. goes and preaches to whomsoever will
hear, taking his wife and sons with him 362.2 to
364.9. converts King Syaythaha, and brings to life a
man whom the king had slain, 362.9 to 363.22.
visited by Cpenta-armij, 348.8. death of, 366.12,
13. and Yu-tiv appear in sar'gis, convincing Hog
that the spirit survives the corporeal body, 367.5
to 10. and Yu-tiv rise up in a sea of fire, 367.13.
and Yu-tiv raised up by Cpenta-armij, 353.10 to 12;
354.4 to 356.13. said: To find the Father; to know
Him; to reveal Him; these are all and for His glory
only, 359.14. said: To practice the highest light a
man hath; this is all that is required of any man,
366.8. said: Have ye faith in the Creator; with Him
are all things possible, 366.6.
- Brahma (the false). See
under Ennochissa. Also, 722.8; 829.36 to 41; 543.23
- Brahma, the brotherhood of,
- Brotherhoods on earth
founded on any of the idols in heaven shall not
stand, 780.26 to 30. thou wouldst not give up
thyself and live in a 791.25. if thou do not live in
a, on earth, thou shalt not soon find one in heaven
791.37. if ye cannot live in a, in peace and love on
earth, neither shall ye find a, a peace and love in
- Budha (the false). See
under Kabalactes, 721.19 to 26; and note; 829.42 to
830.51. the brotherhood of 916.13.
- Bull, wherefore the decrees
of the prophet were called Tau, 605.13; 143.7 note.
- Bull, Tau (panic). His
edicts are Tau, bulls, opposite from Cow
(receptivity), Tau i.e., Osiris, 615.54; 396.29.
Jahi, taurus, the Taughad, spiritual meaning, force
or energy to do, or decree with authority. The pope
issueth a, of which the foregoing was the original,
663.16. I (Kabalactes) will re-establish the tau, as
the sign of my power. And because my heavens are the
All Pure, the tau shall be white, 702.25. my
(Looeamong) signs shall be a sword, a skull and
crossbones and a; my edicts shall be bulls,
731.35,36. remembering it is easier to walk beside
a, and turn him in his course, than to come against
him for the same purpose (Sakaya), 708.15.
- Butter, the first, made in
the world, 148.24.
- Buying nor Selling, in
which families there shall be neither, 705.18;