- DamayaDamaya, one of the eleven
parts of the Kingdom of God, 685.3 to 5, 13.
Biwawotha shall be commander for my (Ennochissa's)
heavenly kingdom over Guatama, 722.5,6.
- Damons, origin of the name,
496, 497.9, 18, 19.
- Dan, regions of light.
Lesser cycles, 11.14, 18, 19. the light of falls on,
89.4. the opposite of a'ji, 347.5; 261.16. time of
spirituality amongst mortals, 602.6 to 10. Dawn of,
what, is, 604.2. length of a, 48.3 to 5; 54.8. at
the time of Fragapatti, 171.6. of Cpenta-armij,
314.2. of Lika, 466.6.
- Dan'ha, in the firmament of
heavens, 10.1 to 4. time from one dawn of dan to the
succeeding one, 48.6. seven times and one-half time,
160.21. the highest place in the etherean worlds,
- Dark, why the ancient
prophets caused the worshippers to sit in the,
- Darkness, when there is no
direct manifestation of the earth's vortexian
currents, 585.35. the moon shone not, and the sun
only as a red coal of fire, and the stars stood in
the firmament as well in the day as at night, 46.16;
463.4; 292.2; 481.8; 135.24; 137.13; 302.16; 309.2;
390.10: 602.11; 596.7; 597.15. think not that,
belongeth only to the earth and the lowest heavens,
240.14. the time of a thousand years of, 62. chap.
iii. (Ha'k), ignorance is, may be corporeal or
spiritual, 550. whatsoever giveth sorrow to thy
fellow or discouragement to others shall be called,
916, chap, vi; 917.22 to 34, 918.13. Temples of,
dedicated to the spirits of the dead, 447.14.
discouragement to others shall be called, 916.4 to
14; 5 to 10.
- Das, such as have attained
to power with the rod with water, and the rod with
fire, 204, 205.18 to 22.
- Daveas, a false God in
atmospherea overthrown by Osire, 154.16 to 157.13.
- Daylight is the condition
of things polarized in the master vortex, 585.35.
- Dead, The, sing anthems and
pray for, 251.25, 26. not knowing they are, as to
earth life, 12.6; 223.18. there are hundreds of
millions who, being, know not anything; but through
belief in a judgment day went to sleep, and are
waiting for the trumpet of Gabriel to call them
forth, 779.17, 18; 830.56, 57.
- Death, with, all would be
ended to every man, 114.1. with the mortal, there is
the end, 175.20; 17.6.
- Death Cast, Thothma cast
himself in death, 453.5 to 454.12,14;456.30. Loo Sin
swallows his tongue, 541.30; 542.4; 543.22. Sakaya
has given to him the power of the, 709.6.
- Death Penalty, 806.20, 21.
- Death, Temple of, 446.13.
- Declension, to one or the
other resurrection or, belong all men on the earth,
and to one or the other belong all the spirits of
the dead, 684.7, 8; 839.5, 6.
- Decree, Zarathustrian law
in regard to making a, 232.6 to 10; 324.3 ; 835.36,
37. by Fragapatti in the House of Mouru, 192.1.
- Delight, this, to be
delighted groweth within us, 438.24 to 28. in the
Light should be the, of all men, 114.1; 510.25.
- Deliverance, what is the,
of man? 316, 317.20, 21.
- Deluge. See Submersion of
the Continent of (Pan) Whaga.
- Desired, have I not, from
the lowest to the highest, given unto all men that
which they, 294.16.
- Destroy, rather than, that
which is given in the name of Jehovih, go ye and
fall to work in like manner to build up His light in
your own way, 67.16.
- Devil, with a, and a horrid
fire to torture their souls, 435.4; 911.4.
- De'yus. See Anuhasaj.
- Diet, the spirit man takes
his place in the first heaven according to his,
desires and behavior while on earth, 7.8 to 12; 17, chap, iii; 1.16;
75.13. all things of flesh and blood wherein is life
forbidden, 58.11, 12;69.26. Ormazdian law in regard
to, 220.5, also 232.18. of Po and his people, 318.2;
321.22; 323.15. of Brahma and his people, 346.27;
364.1. De'yus' law in regard to, 413.9. every living
thing that liveth shall be meat for man (Osiris
Bible), and the result, 417.40,43;419.15-,421.20.
the feeders on flesh and blood; they stink as a
carcass; their flesh is congested and puffed up,
539.19. herb food cultivateth the negative, flesh
food the positive, 604.10. to attain to prophecy,
eat not fish, flesh, nor any food that cometh from
an animal, 604.6; 654.48, note, and 49. Chine's,
533.14. Sakaya in regard to, 707.2. See also 618.70.
Ka'yu (Confucius) on, 714.27; 715.19. of the
Esseneans, 726.6, and of Joshu, 727.4. God's remarks
upon, 774.16; 775.36; 784.4; 787.24 to 33;814.14,
15;918.25. covenant in regard to, in Shalam, 834.43
to 45; 836.6 to 8, 837.14. whether flesh or milk or
cheese that man useth for food in the herbs and
plants and trees Jehovih gave the same things,
841.34;822.1 to 823.16; 756.32.
- Disbelief, I will show the
wisdom of, and its necessity, on the earth, 358.16.
- Disbelievers, begotten in
- Discretion, especially in
words. Consider well, and then speak. Without, man
is like a tangled thread, 499.15.
- Discussion, of what profit
under the sun is? 690.3. there are two modes of: one
is to impart light, and the other is to abuse the
opponent, 708.8, 10.
- Disputation, books of,
philosophers inspired to write, 144.17.
- Diva and Div, founded by
Fragapatti, 278, 279.7 to 21.
- Divan Acts, 290.9 to 12.
- Divan Laws, made by the
Divan Congress, 281.13 ; 283.2; 289, 290.10 to 12.
foundation of the, 289.2 to 11. the Holy Eleven to
make the, 376.4. the Supplemental, 291. 292.10 to
16. sections of the, 377. chap, iii; 377, 379.7 to
- Divorce, manner of
obtaining a, in Shalam, 852.8 to 10. themselves,
815.4 Ka'yu on, 715.26,27.
- Doctrine, to deny one's
self and labor for others with all our wisdom and
strength this is the highest, 717.66; 777.29.
- Doctrines, it is easy to
plan out high, but not so easy to give an efficient
doctrine. He who is midway is the most potent,
- Do, to, not to any man that
which they desire not to be done unto themselves,
- Dog, as thou mayest say to
the, the most knowing of animals: Jehovih! Jehovih!,
- Doorways, the eye, ear, and
power of touch are the corporeal, I gave unto thee,
O man. Through these thou art constantly
impregnated, 817.1 to 5.
- Doubles, 265.7.
- Dress, whatever attracted
the least thought to sex is the most modest, 837.13.
- Driftwood, as, on a surging
- Drouth, regions of, on the
earth which man must learn to overcome by causing
rain to fall, 602.13; 603.3,
- Druj—Drujas, so called
because they desire not resurrection, 42.15, 16.
wandering spirits of darkness and evil, 84.3.
spirits who have not fulfilled either a spiritual or
a corporeal life, 230.6. engageth in sensualism and
quarrels amongst mortals, 252.5, in time of a'ji,
306.10. Ahura's, 340.20. the lowest druj in heaven.
None of the Gods can bind him forever, 437.18. Lika
gives new grades, 495,496.8 to 11. all angels below
the first resurrection, save infants, 517.1 to
524.56. spirits that have not left the earth and are
bound to mortals, 779.12. a spirit who is below the
grades, who seeks to do evil, who seeks to make
others unhappy, who delights in crime and pollution,
- Druks (Cain), I'hins, dwell
with the Asuans, 43.13 to 17. dwell with the Asuans
and with one another, 43.21 to 24, 3,4. ground
people called, 73.75. taught by I'hin prophets,
76.16. incapable of inspiration save for their
stomach's sake, 296.13. black, which spake not, dumb
like the black mud of the earth where they burrowed,
367.5; 348.6; 518.2. who are below the grades,
781.10. See under Ground People.