- Gabriel. See Thoth.
- Gau, a heaven in
atmospherea founded by Apollo, 115.5. an instrument
for proving all things, 79.64; 612.28.
- Germans, whence derived,
- Ghans (Ongwee), how the
race came in the world, 111.26 to 112.8. came of the
I'hins and of the I'huans, 114.15; 115.22, 23. to
triumph over all the lands and waters of the earth,
128.19. capable of an upward inspiration, 133.5, 7;
163.12; 167.19. not like lambs, but lions untamed,
141.11 to 13; 143.6. migrants from Shem, Ham and
Jaffeth, 129.6 to 132.17.
- Ghem, oracles that
- Ghost, which is ever
present and unchangeable, 140.10. See under Soul.
- Giants, twice the size of
men of this day, 61.13; 69.29. Zarathustra's stature
was equal to that of three ordinary men, 178.14;
242.4. the land of, China, 399.12; 369.4; 370.16.
Parsi'e was peopled with very, 403.1, 404.2,
- Gitchee, the Creator, the
World Maker, Manito, 367.1.
- Gitchee, Monihtee, the
- Gitcheemonihtee, son of
- Give, to whom Jehovih hath
given bountifully, it is commanded he shall,
- Glory of Jehovih, 920.3.
- Goats bred for hair or for
wool, 404.6; 148.19 to 21.
- God, I am as any other
spirit of the dead, a one time man upon the earth,
911.20. he who is chief of the earth and her
heavens, 10.9 to 18; 553.18, 19. who, is, 777.1 to
5; 790.1; 911 chap. i; 653.36 to 654.37; 66.6.
- God, the office and labor
of, 281.1 to 10; 300.26; 392.27; 23.15; 182.7 to 9;
785.5 to 7. manner of selecting, knowledge, power,
and grade of a, 343.3 to 344.5 ; 56.14. scarce
40,000 years raised up to etherea, and yet made, of
heaven and earth, 120.10; 82.6. and, was also an
earth-born, 56.17. think not to be a good, is easy,
118.7. what cometh before, and his council, 161.1,
2; 162.6 to 10. a, cannot create life, or motion, or
an individual, or person. These are from Jehovih,
684.12 to 21. Iod or Ghad, or, (Panic). An idol in
heaven, said to be in the figure or form of a man,
sitting on a throne. Believed by people in darkness
to be the creator of all things, 625.22. Son of
Jehovih, calleth to mortals and angels to hear his
voice, 682 chap, ii, iii, iv. crowns 4400 Lords and
entitles them Lords of the Heavenly Host, with
eleven Lords to represent them, 684 chap. v. orders
roadways built between all the heavenly kingdoms in
atmospherea, 685.1. commands his Lords: Suffer not
mortals to commune with the spirits of the dead,
685.19. states the number of inhabitants of the
heavens of the earth at the time of the completion
of the roadways, 685 chap. vii. also the number of
false Gods and Goddesses in atmospherea at that
time, 687.1. sends an army to the earth to prepare
the records of mortals, 687.3 to 5. Lika sends a
swift messenger to, and his Holy Council, 687.9 to
12. receives the report of the army he sent to the
earth, 688 chap. x. decrees a protecting host to the
Faithists on the earth, 689.1 to 3. 's Lords lose
their kingdoms and come before him, 690.1 to 7. 's
Lords resolve to organize themselves and thus found
the Confederacy of the Holy Ghost, 690.9 to 16.
provides for the birth of Ka'yu (Confucius), 690
chap. xiv. provides for the birth of Sakaya, 691
chap. xv. receives a messenger (Taenas) from the
chiefs of the Holy Confederacy, and the interview
between them, 695 chap, xviii. sends messengers to
his 30,400 kingdoms with a report of the interview,
697.1. 's many of, kingdoms drift into the Triune
Confederacy, 697.2, 3. sends agents among the
Triunes, 698.4 to 7. has sent to him the grade of
mortals in Chine'ya, 711.5 to 20. prepares an army
of a thousand million angels to go down to the earth
to receive the spirits of such as were sure to be
slain in the wars near at hand, 720.4. said of the
followers of the four false Gods: To whom they bound
themselves on earth they were bound in heaven, 738,
739.23 to 30. judgeth the four false Gods, 739.1 to
741.31. Chastiseth the four false Gods separately,
741.1 to 743.12. prophesieth of the four false Gods,
743 chap. Mi.
- God pleadeth with the four
false Gods, 744 chap. lviii. receiveth a reply from
the four false Gods, 744 chap. lix. receiveth a
visit from ethereans, 745 chap. Ix. to concern
himself no more in regard to the four false Gods,
but to inspire mortals to go and find Guatama
(America), 746.30, 33, 34. inspires migration to
Guatama, 755.1 to 5. welcomes the ethereans who come
with Litabakathrava, 755.6 to 8. is strong in
resolution to let evil take its course, 757.14 to
18. sends angels to teach man once more the art of
printing and the telescope, 758.23, 24. gives up for
a season the central lands of Guatama to Looeamong,
758.1 to 4. inspires mortals to cross the ocean,
landing at Plymouth Rock, 758.5 to 7. makes eleven
divisions of his host, appointing chiefs therefor,
759.3, 4, 10. gives to each chief a thousand million
angels to labor with them, 759.5 to 10. sends them
to their respective places, 759.11, 12. appoints
twelve etherean Gods and Goddesses as a severing
host, giving to them six thousand million angels, to
cut off the earth supplies of the four false Gods,
760.14, 15. casteth out the four false Gods, and
their vast multitude of sixty thousand million
angels rush upon the, beat them suffocate them with
foul smells, cover them up with suffocating gases,
wall them in with sulphurous fires, 764 chap. xv. by
his hosts, breaks up the twenty-four hells in which
were more than seventy thousand million angels,
delivering the four false Gods and eighty-two false
Gods and Goddesses, 766.1 to 14. prepares Paradise
for the judgment of the false Gods and Goddesses,
and Jehovih judgeth them, 767.15 to 768.45. ordered
by Jehovih: Thou shalt reveal to mortals the plan of
My worlds, and as to who thou art, the method of thy
inspiration and dominion on the earth and her
heavenly kingdoms, 774.4. ordered to keep open the
gates of heaven for a season, 774.5. receives orders
as to the communion between angels and mortals,
774.6 to 775.31. to raise up a few here and there
capable of All Light, these he is to cause to form a
basis for Jehovih's kingdom on earth, 775.32 to 52.
gives instructions as to spirit communion, 775 chap.
ii. 's judgment upon Brahmans, Budhists,
Kriste'yans, Mohammedans, Confucians, Jews and all
other people on earth, 777 chap. iii. details the
condition of the spirits of the dead in the heavens
of the earth, 779 chap. iv. specifies in what his
labors consist, 785.6, 7. instructs man as to his
corporal body, and as to his spiritual body, and how
to purify them, 786 chap. xiii. discourseth on
celibacy, marriage and offspring, 788 chap. xiv.
calls man's attention to the spirits of the dead
upon the earth, warning him to be fearful of the
abundance of drujas about him, 789 chap, xv; 254.18.
- God warns man that thy
prayers and confessions to me are but waste of thy
breath. To serve thy God is to work for others, 790,
chap. xvi. declares he is not a patcher-up of old
garments, but comes to found the Father's kingdom on
earth, 792, chap. xvii. addresses priests,
preachers, rab'bahs and all ye that profess to hold
the key of salvation, 793, chap, xviii. declareth a
day of judgment, and also bequeatheth liberty unto
all men, 795 chap. xx. decreeth against infidelity,
795 chap. xxi. decreeth in the land of Uz the
Father's kingdom cannot be, 797 chap. xxii. judgeth
Uz, commonly called the world's people, 798 chap,
xxiii. showeth how to know the kind of angels that
minister unto mortals, 800 chap. xxv. showeth how
and when the second resurrection manifesteth unto
mortals, 800 chap. xxv. judgeth dominions and the
man of promise, 804.1 to 805.13. showeth how he hath
wrought, 811 chap. xxxvi. revealeth his method of
work, 812 chap. xxxvii; 182.7 to 9. showeth the
mistakes of man's judgment, 813 chap, xxxviii.
showeth who shall be his laborers, and how they
shall labor, 814.11 to 21. provideth for increase in
his colonies, 814 chap, xxxix. comes to raise up a
new people in the world. greater than have ever
been, 81 5.22. hear the words of thy, 911.2; 914.1:
915.1 3. hear thy, 911.14. place of thy, 911.17;
sent by thy. into etherea, 911.19; arguments of thy.
911.1. for a season hath suffered, 912.5. and thy,
gathered them together, 91 2.1 7. and their chief,
who was, 912.21. behold thy, 912.23. angels of thy,
913.26; 913.27; prophets of thy? 915.8. explains the
first and second resurrections, and the difference
in manifestation from them, 911 chap. ii.
illustrated the difference of methods betwixt the
first and second resurrections, 913 chap. iii. shows
the characteristics of mortals, accordingly as they
are under the influence of the angels of the first
or second resurrections, 914 chap. iv. showeth how
mortals may attain inspiration from Jehovih, and
from angels of the second resurrection, 915 chap. v.
telleth of Jehovih and His kingdom on earth, 916
chap. vi. showeth the difference between the
religions of the olden times and that of the
present, 916 chap. vii. showeth what is meant by
following the highest light, 917 chap. viii. who is
and who is not prepared to enter Jehovih's kingdoms,
918 chap. ix. showeth that the renunciation of the
Uzians is necessary, 919 chap. xi. discoursed of
destroyers and builders, 920 chap. xiii. discourseth
on the authority of his own word, 920 chap. xiv.
- God and Lord, names of,
became worshipful, 165.8.
- God and Lords, the bondage
of the discipline of the, only by persuasion, 352.6.
- God-ir, every city shall
have one, 232.11, 12; 260.10.
- God or Goddess, to be a, is
to learn the elements and master them, 148.7.
- God or Lord or Jehovih,
thou art now a spirit; tell me, is there any, 158.8
- God, Sub, thy duties make
thee both Lord and, 195.21 to 23; 193.8.
- Gods, the old-time, of
millions of years agone sped forth in awful majesty,
- Gods and Goddesses, the
first to become, 30.2. power and wisdom of, 56.12 to
14. experience of, 93.13 knowing no more love to one
person than another, 322.28. hold their thoughts for
a day, and no distracting thought intervening,
342.8. of etherea spoken to by Jehovih, 747.2. sent
to the earth to provide for the Kosmon Era, 749
chap. ii. volunteer to go to the earth for 400
years, 751.1 to 14.
- Gods and Lords, Jehovih
said: My are, called My sons, 12.34; 132.7.
- Gods and Lords (false),
from whence they sprang, 289.11.
- Gods and Lords and Saviors,
I (God) am not come to establish, but to abolish
all, amongst mortals, 777.7. the establishment of,
not under any circumstances to be permitted in this
heaven or on this part of the earth (central part of
North America and the heavens over it), 242.29 to
31. I (Jehovih) will prove it before them, that in
this land all, shall be cast out and mortals shall
become worshippers of the Great Spirit, 228.2 to 5.
See also 29.5 to 12; 746.33 to 35, 39; 761.14, 23;
- Gods, Sub, of Ahura, 298.8
to 300.31; 304.15 to 21; 307.19. in time of Sue,
100.31 to 35.
- God's Word, the
Zarathustrian law, the I'hua' Mazdian law, 188.1.
- God's Words, the words Po
spake were called, 321.14.
- Go Forth, I say to man, but
he looketh around. Again I say to him, but he
turneth to his neighbor for his opinion, 275.17.
- Golden Light which ranks
first in heaven of all colors, 91.15.
- Golden Yellow, the light
was, the most sacred color and brilliant, 213.4.
- Good, show me one who is
as, as he understandeth to be, 116.6. with Ormazd
are all things, 189.7. I (Jehovih) suffer not all
evil to triumph over, but for short seasons, 483.2,
3. to find the, that is in all men and women,
510.25. to return, for evil (732.30), to give
pleasure to those that give pain, 707.18. to return,
for evil and pity to those that sin, 727.9, 10.
- Good, Do, ye to, is a
pretty philosophy, and there endeth his aspiration,
201.5. to, with all one's might, who knoweth the
meaning of that? 424.14. to serve Me is not in
prayer only, or in rites and ceremonies, but in
stretching forth the hand to, unto others with all
one's might, 515.20. ye shall, unto others with all
your wisdom and strength, all the days of your
lives, 652.41. Zarathustra said: The highest of all
good was to, and be good, 668.15; 744.20. to lead
thee to, unto others regardless of thine own profit,
914.13. he who striveth to, on his own account may
be in error as to an ultimate good, 919.8.
- Good Doing, man inquired:
Is this not then the best course to devote myself
wholly to? Es answered: Who shall tell thee what,
is? Knowest thou? 558.19, 20. Sakaya tells what is,
707.10 to 14; 366.9.
- Good Works, man should
ultimately have the light of practicing,
organically, from infancy up, 150.15. who knoweth
the meaning of these words? 501.15,16;84.28;489.13,
14. the Zarathustrian religion, which is that, are
the only salvation, 705.14.
- Goodness and Good Works,
but what are? 555.34 to 2.
- Government, how to judge if
a, be for or against Jehovih, 101.4, 5. Zarathustra
instructed in regard to, 231, 232.1 to 10; 253.11,
12. Jehovih said: Behold the plan of My government;
which is, to come against nothing in heaven or
earth; to seize nothing by the head, and turn it
round by violence to go the other way, 396.2.
Capilya's remarks on, 482.5 to 483.10; 281.2 to 4.
God judgeth the, of man, and declareth against it,
807.1 to 810.22.
- Governors appointed by
Sethantes, 21.13, 14; 22.1 to 5. of provinces in
Jaffeth instituted by Te-in, 426.20.
- Gotama Buddha, 655.74.
- Grades, the responsibility
of, explained, 325.4, 5. those above and those below
grade fifty, 418.9. as given by and discoursed on by
God, 781.1 to 785.22; 786.25 to 27.
- Gravitation, attraction of;
mortals have been taught erroneously in regard
thereto, 560.13; 583.7, 14; 584.27; 585.35; 586.45.
- Great Learning, is it not
wiser that man labor to raise up his fellow men out
of misery and darkness, than to gratify his personal
desire for? 201.4. is not only in books; he who hath
learned to harmonize with Jehovih hath, 500.4. I am
master of a thousand books, and am registered as a
man of, 319.27. their, and the names of their men
of, shall go down, with none to remember them on the
earth, 474.7; 154.12; 313.23; 328.9,11; 455.24;
481.13. of what consisteth, but in knowing how to
live wisely? 483.10; 161.3. to obtain, that applieth
to the resurrection of thy soul in comprehending the
works of the Almighty, here is wisdom, 568.1, 2.
what hath, found that is valuable? 560.8.
- Great Men, their, are
forgotten, and their wise men lose caste in the
history of a thousand years, 855.5.
- Great Serpent, or solar
phalanx, 585.33; 616.58. See Plate 46, 47, 569, 570.
a time shall come when the vortex of the sun shall
be round, and the body of the, coiled up. Remarks
under Plate 40, 565.
- Great Spirit to whom none
can attain forever, 159.12. the first universal
teaching of the, to mortals, save to the I'hins,
164.6. the name of the, made a secret and spoken in
whisper, 164.13, 6. without a habitation and a
figure the, cannot be taught to either angels or
mortals in the first place, 242.26 to 28.
- Great Spirit, the,
unapproachable, 296.3. I will chase away all Gods
and Saviors born of woman; only the, shall all men
worship, 374.42. the, transformed and declared to be
in the form of a man, and having a residence in the
firmament of heaven. Making the, an idol, 393.21;
661.28. they shall understand that the, the Ever
Present, is not an idol in the figure of a man
sitting on a throne, 723.15. before the time
Anuhasaj established the names Lord God and De'yus,
man worshipped Me under the term, Remarks, Plate
19,493; 501.18; 653.9.
- Great wisdom, cannot be
attained in a day, 915.12.
- Grecian Gods come from
Chine'ya, 722.3; 723.12; 724.14; 729.10. did I
(Thoth) not send to hell all the? 754.8.
- Greece, oracles that
- Ground People, were brown
and black, living to be 200 and even 400 years old,
60.22. had long arms and curved backs, and were
called Druks, 73.75. had not the light of heaven in
them, 96.15 to 17. the grip of whose hands could
break a horse's leg, 405.7 to 9.
- Growth, to those who have
attained to be Gods there is spontaneous, forever,
117.17. all, dependeth on exercise and labor, 272.8.
- Guardian Angels, let my
chosen keep the four holy days of rest during each
moon, for on those days do My, change the watch,
615.53;10.19;44.10. See under Ashars.
- Guatama (America) (Thouri),
signifying the meeting of nations and the dawn of
Kosmon, 28, 29.2 to 11; 71.48, 53; 89.5. the two
great west lands, North and South, 192.5. thither
shalt thou (God) inspire mortals to go from the East
and find, 746.33, 34.