- Cain, 416.21 to 29; 730.8.
See under Druk.
- Canals and the Making of,
369.9; 370.11, 12; 448.20.
- Cannibals, the Par'si'eans
became, 148.18; 130.16; 132.14;63.16. they that are
slain in battle, cut up and put in vessels with
salt, 302.12. one who hoardeth and keepeth things in
his own possession is as a, 539.18.
- Capillary Attraction,
erroneously so-called, 584.28.
- Capilya, raised up by the
angels at the command of God, 465.5 to 7. 's mother
guarded night and day during gestation, by the
angels, 467.9. at birth put into the arms of the
queen, in the dark chamber, by the angels, 468.22. a
natural born i-e-su, and also a natural born su'is
and sar'gis, 466.4. taught by the angels from the
time of his birth, 467.11. sprinkled with the blood
of a lamb, and called Yokovrana's son, 469.2 to 4.
having attained maturity, asks the king's leave to
travel, 469.6 to 470.13. travels nine years,
returns, and relates to the king what he has seen of
Vind'yu, 471.14, 15. the word of Jehovih comes to,
and is told he is of the race of Faithists, and to
ask his nurse, and does so, 471.1 to 473.17. travels
three years, visiting the Faithists, 473.18 to
476.1. and his people given an abundance of Ahaoma,
475.28 to 31. teaches and helps the people,
bequeathing lands to them, 476.1 to 477.7. asks what
is the first and then the second poison, best and
most dangerous things, and answers, 478.17 to
479.22. summoned to the capital to answer charges
against him, 479.2. before the king and Royal
Council, 479.3 to 482.15. speech before the king and
his Royal Council, 482 chap. vii. questioned by the
king and members of the Council, and answers them,
484 chap. viii. acquitted, and declared to be above
the dominion of mortals, 486.9. establishes the
Faithists in rites and ceremonies, 486.1 to 491.41.
- Capilya, told by God to
visit his foster-father, the king, who is at death's
door, 491.2. 's interview with Yokovrana, and the
king's death, 491.3 to 497.37. becomes king,
ratifies the laws, and abdicates the throne, 497.1
to 4. travels over Vind'yu, teaching the Faithists,
497.6. 's collection of twelve virtues, 497.7 to
499.20. some of the wise sayings of, 499 chap. xii.
- Capstan, used in building
the great pyramid, 452.9, 11 to 13. to find the
power of the, before it is made, 381.10.
- Castes, three I'hins,
I'huans and Druks, 195.1 to 196.2. a thousand, I
created amongst the I'huans, 196.3. the effect of
a'ji upon, 302.16; 303.1. seven, have I made for my
chosen, 323.13 to 14. Sakaya's people sworn against,
710.21. in the Kosmon Era there shall be no, amongst
my people, 772.34.
- Casting Spells, 519.12.
they became rotten in the head with, 69.29. because
thou gavest us flesh we are rotten with, 822.26.
- Cause and Creator, an All-Seeing Eye is the, of the
whole universe, which is His Person, 596.10.
of things, philosophers seek first to find the, in
the sun, or if failing therein, turn to the moon, or
if failing here, they turn to the stars, 586.44;
- C'Chiefs (see 589.26 note 5) records
of the, of the Father's Kingdom, 853 chap, xxiv; 855
chap. xxv. manner of selecting the, 835.31 to 33.
- Celibacy, with all thy preaching that the highest
life is, there will be plenty left who will marry,
253.12. shut not thyself in, but multiply and adorn
the earth, 321.20. by, a man's soul is not bound
after death to linger about the earth, 321.23 to
322.26; 317.3. to, I am sworn, for he who begetteth
a child is bound in spirit after death unto his own
offspring, 637.39. Ka'yu (Confucius) discourseth
thereon, 715.28 to 716.31. God's remarks on, 788.2
- Celibates, if all people become, then will the
race of man terminate. Fear not, there will be
plenty left who are full of passion, 252.3,4.
teachers in public shall be, 322.28; 324.1, 2. let
the nurses and teachers in their youngest infancy
be, 839.14 to 840.27.
- Changed, I want to be, in a
moment, in the twinkling of an eye, and rise and sit
on the right hand of God, 779.16.
- Chaos. See under
- Charity, who is the mocker of, more than they
that give to such as can help themselves, but will
not, 51.6. by, alone ye cannot raise man up, 19.29. De'yus' remarks on, 422.23. Sakaya discourseth
thereon, 706.8 to 20. God judgeth, also showeth how
to do, 801 chap, xxvii, 802 chap, xxviii. let thy,
be to the sick and helpless. All, tendeth to lower
the self-respect of the receiver, and casteth him
lower in the grades in heaven, 783.24 to 27; 851.10,
- Charming and Sacred Hand Power,
- Che-muts, a king, who was
the slayer of Hab-bak, 269.16 to 270.2; 271.11, 12.
- Cherubims and Seraphims,
having flaming swords, 393.22.
- Child, better is it to
labor with a, from infancy, and thence to maturity
to teach it aright, than to strive with a score of
conceited adults and fail to redeem one, 51.6.
- Children, such is the rule
pertaining to all, begotten on the earth, 404.4. the
three, of the arc of Noe, 130.18; 131.20.
- Chine, father and mother
of, 532.4. was copper color, very large, hair red
like a fox, and an i-e-su, 532.4 to 533.5. 's
father, Ah Sho'e, tells of, birth, childhood, and
after he became a man 533.5 to 20. speaks: I am a
man only, I am the All Light, 533 chap. xxii. speaks
Jehovih's words, saying, 535.1 to 14. 's covenant
unto Jehovih, 535.15 to 536.29. gathers up many
converts, establishes them and teaches them good
philosophy, 536.4 to 537.14. said: Jehovih saith:
Why will man be vain of himself? 537.17 to 19. said:
One man saith: I am normal; neither angels nor
mortals rule over me, 537.20. said: I saw a great
mathematician one day, 537.21. said: All things come
from an All Highest, 537.23. on begetting children
and the discipline of the Household, 538.5 to
539.20. is told by God that he shall perform many
wonders, 539.1 to 12. 's doctrines pronounced untrue
by the spirits in the oracles, 540.14 to 16. before
King Te-zee, first and second resurrections and the
angels thereof, 545.5 to 546.25. the king asks, what
is the origin and destiny of man, and is answered,
546.26 to 547.33. the king asks, as to commanding
all his people to accept his doctrines, 547.1 to 7.
the king asks, how long a man should serve Jehovih
to reach great wisdom, 547.8, 9. visits the kings of
the other provinces, and returns to Te-zee to die,
547.10. heals the sick, brings the dead to life and
shows power to accomplish anything whatsoever,
548.3. dies, his body, on the sixth day, burned to
ashes, which are scattered this way and that, 548.5
to 10. on the seventh day after his death, appears
to the king and to many people, and walks about on
the earth for seven days, 548.11 to 14. speaks to
the king and his people for the last time, then
rises up in an exceeding great light and is seen no
more, 548.1 to 549.32. 's spirit taken by Lika to
Yogannaqactra, and thence to etherea, 529 chap. xxv.
- Chinese Wall, etherean
angels inspire the people to build the, Remarks,
Plate 35, 560. to keep outside barbarians from
coming amongst them, 549.6 to 8. a testimony as to
what the people were willing to do rather than
engage in war, 723.23 to 28.
- Chine'ya, 545.7; 548.12;
548.2 to 549.4; 723.20;772.36.
- Chinvat, a supposed line
between the rotating atmosphere of a corporeal
world, and the ether that lieth beyond the vortex,
- Chinvat, the bridge on the
boundary of the earth's vortex, beyond the orbit of
the moon, 480.9. if a child cannot reach manhood but
by growth, how hope ye to reach, suddenly?
(Algonquin.) No man shall reach, but by perfecting
himself, either on the earth or in the lower heavens
- Chosen of Jehovih, in the
Kosmon era, shall be of the amalgamated races who
choose Him, 772.38; 88.3; 750.10. whoso practiced
peace, love and liberty unto others are My, 461.10.
- Christ, Looeamong, the
false God, now changed his name, and falsely called
himself, which is the Ahamic word for knowledge,
662.57. neither understood any man in those days
that the word, had any reference to a man or person,
662.58. See 373.41; 620.89; 656.86 to 92; 4.30. See
- Christians, and he
(Looeamong) raised up tribes of mortal warriors, who
called themselves, who are warriors to this day,
662.S7,.58; 4.30, 603.17.
- Circumcision of the male
I'hins, old and young, 43.20, 69.Z8. of the Ghans by
the I'hin priest, 115.22. the mark of, restored by
Asha, 209.2. the Zarathustrian law in regard to,
230.16. prohibited by Ahura, 297.15. whoso putteth
the mark of, upon a male child shall be put to
death, 393.14. hath fulfilled its time, and I (God)
put the law aside in practice, 810.14. see 406.4;
506.15; 538.7; 789.22.
- Cities, neither shall ye
build large; they are a curse on the face of the
earth, 222.13 build not large, for there is sin,
257.41; 23.13, 14; 27.12 to 14;60.21. not to exceed
2000 souls, 324.1; 231.4; 409.12.
- City, no, shall contain
more than 3000 people, 849.4 to 6. Chine allowed
4000 people to dwell in one, 537.14.
- Civilization, the first
period of, on the earth, 60.21; 62.14.
- Civilized, are these, and
war abounding, 110.7.
- Clamor, the, of the tongue
maketh speedy converts, but it changeth not the
- Clear Day and Cloudy Day,
the cause of a, 594.15.
- Coal, formation of, 9.6;
602.4; Remarks, Plate 39, 564; 819.15.
- Coaxing with effect is
greater than dictation unobeyed, 716.38.
- Cold, so that mortals could
not possibly measure it, 590.4. the greatest, region
of the earth, 593.29.
- Colors, Eolin showed
Himself in three,—yellow, blue and red, 140.5. the
three primary, the sign of Jehovih's name, 98.12.
golden yellow, the most sacred, 213.4. how all kinds
of, are produced, 595.1 to 596.6. are not
substances, but records of currents of vortexya,
- Color of Men, according to
their respective places, and to the light upon se'mu,
8.9. according to the vortexian lights, 596.11 to
- Columbo (Columbus), 755.3
to 7;757.7 to 11; 811.11.
- Comets are atmospherean
worlds having light, 6.8,9. a, came within the
earth's vortex, 309.2. See 468.23; 479.4; 598,4;
588.5 to 19; 589.25.
- Commandment, a new given to
man to slay every beast of prey and every serpent
that cometh before him, 115.18; 78. chap. iii. love
thy neighbor as thy self, 4.32. 's waste not your
time in discoursing with those who, having heard,
will not practice My, 658.119. Moses gave ten, 660.5
to 15. thou shalt keep the ten, of Moses (Joshu),
727.2. the ten, of Zarathustra, 668.11. God giveth,
that must be fulfilled, 797.17 to 33; 44.1 to 4;
58.6 to 20.
- Communal, no people in all
the world are, 798.9.
- Commune, it was easy for
Fragapatti to, with her at a distance, and without
messengers, 212.6; 237.12.
- Community, Sakaya
discourseth thereon, 708.15 to 709.25; 241.21.
- Compact, I created progress
to be in, 160.24.
- Compact day, 825 chap. xv.
- Company, for, thou shalt
pray to thy Creator and make songs of praise unto
Him, 204.17; 254.16.
- Compass, 156.2; 453.15;
- Complain, for the loss of
my earthly goods will I, not; nor for imprisonment
nor toil, nor sickness nor death 652.32; 510.26.
- Conceited, what is so, as
man? So also do My Gods and Lords of the lower
heavens become, of their power and wisdom, 50.18;
- Confederacy of Selfs,
established by Anuhasaj and his Gods, 393.1. of the
Holy Ghost founded, 690.9 to 16; 696.26. Triune,
- Confess, no one shall, man
of his sins by words or signs or ceremonies, but
every man shall, his sins unto Me for forgiveness,
748.17, 18. ye profess to, the sins of your angels
in your heavens, exacting servitude of them as a
purchase of your excuse, and your ashars inspire
mortal priests to do the same thing for their mortal
followers for stipulated prices in money, 740.20,21;
- Confession, shall be made
in the name of Jehovih and forgiveness likewise.
- Confucius. See Ka'yu.
- Connecting Rods, so that
all the thousands of millions, being united, could
hear the voice of Jehovih, 352.4.
- Consecrate, to: what is
that? 230.16 to 20; 282.10.
- Constantine. See Hatuas.
- Constitutionally, man has
spells of clearness far in advance of his growth,
the which he having realized, he returned to his
normal condition to prepare himself, 246.2;915.1 to
- Conscience must depend on
the education it hath received, 493.17 to 494.19;
746.41; See also 160.18; 489.19; 758.7. liberty to
the, or mortals is founded on earth, 763.38.
- Contend not with any man
for opinion's sake, nor for any earthly thing,
728.25. I, with no one for anything, or principle,
or knowledge of my own, 659.4 to 6.
- Cooked Food, the first,
since the days of the flood, 112.6.
- Copper, to soften, like
dough, and make it hard like flint-rock, 370.12;
273.4; 108.6 to 109.8.
- Corpor signifieth whatever
hath length, breadth and thickness, 550.
- Corpor, as such, hath no
power in any direction whatever, and is of itself
inert in all particulars, 584.27. remaineth so by no
power of its own, but by vortexya external thereto,
584.30, 31. See 5.7, 5, 1, 3; 136.13; 186.5; 588.12;
- Corporeal Body, a glorious
anchorage for a young, or a weak, or a deranged
spirit, 258.6; 109.7, 8; 263.8. mold thyself well
whilst thy soul hath a good anchor, 501.12, 13. no
stronger to control himself by the loss of his,
520.23,24. what strength shalt thou gain by the loss
of thy, 787.32, 33.
- Corporeal Surroundings.
Think not that spirits and Gods rule men as if they
were slaves or toys, for another power also lieth
over man which is neither spirits nor Gods, nor
stars nor moon nor sun, but the, that feed his
earthly desire, 198.20.
- Corporean Man, as the,
accumulateth corporeal things by not giving them
away, not so accumulateth the spirit of any man,
- Council of Nice, called
together by Hatuas (Constantine) by the inspiration
of Looeamong, 732.26 to 733.52. of Ts'Sin'Ne, 711.6
to 712.10; 714, 7 to 715.13;718.25.
- Council of Yeshuah, manner
of proceeding in the, 51.1,2.
- Covenant of the blood of
the lamb against Egupt, 517.12, 13; 650.46; 705.22.
- Cow, to be negative is to
be a 192.6 to 193.7; 167.1 and note. (Panic)
receptivity, 618.70; 664.20.
- Cows, the much learned man
hath erected bars to keep off the. Being wise in
their own conceit, they will not receive, 618.70.
- Cpenta-armaiti, that which
within man maketh him compatible to others, 664.31.
- Cpenta-armij, Nirvanian
Goddess, of 364,000 years (314.1) makes her
appointments for the earth during dawn, 330.19 to
- Craoshivi, an atmospherean
heaven of God founded by Jehovih, 303.7 to 9.
- Creation, College of,
- Creation, a, or a created
- Creator, all good must have
a name, 190.13 to 191.14, 194.15, 16; 323.16. thou
shalt love the, with all thy heart and soul. How can
I love that which I cannot comprehend? 554.30 to 32;
549.11. no man knoweth the, unless he hath proven
the communion of spirits, 358.21; 777.26. the, whose
worlds have run thousands of millions of years,
391.23. whence came the idea of a. 817.8 to 818.18.
in the image of a man, 506.14; 739.29. could the, of
thousands of millions of worlds, which have stood
for thousands of millions of years, be so young as
any of these pretended Gods? and descend to the
earth, and do a work so imperfectly that only one
small kingdom heard of him? 743.12.
- Creator, or blasphemy
against our, 912.19. honor of thy, 917.21.
- Creator, 921.3.
- Criticize, no more will I,
my brethren nor my neighbors, for they are Thine, O
Jehovih, 105.41; 524.47; 833.26. I will not, any
person, nor censure them or find fault with them,
- Crown, Sethantes makes one
for Ha'jah, 22.26, 27; 54.17 to 55.20; 83.21, 22;
120.12, 13; 244.44; 276.32.
- Crusaders inspired by
- Ctu. See chap, xvii, 219.
- Cycle, during the time of
a, the earth is under the control of, 59.1 to 4.
- Cycles, places in the line
of the orbit of the sun at distances of about 3000
years, 10.1, 2. of the sun and of the sun's sun,
431.7. atmospherean, 54.7. lesser, 11.18. of Dan,
- Cyclic Coil. Plate 47,570;
- Cyclone, vortexian
overlapping descend to the earth, 588.13; 593.3;
- Cut off, I cut them not
off, but they cut themselves off from Me, 462.9;
241.20; 489, 490. 15, 16, 20; 491.26.