- Hab-bak. See Che-muts,
- Hada, the intermediate
world, the lower heavens, 683.3; 460.3.
- Half-breeds, they believe
nothing; they believe everything 163.10, 11.
- Ha'jah, an etherean, second
God of the earth, 21, 22.18 to 29.
- Hagar, Sarai's (Abraham's
wife) maid, 333.5 to 335.18; 343.19.
- Ham, name given by the Lord
to one of the I'hin fleets after the flood, 71.48;
81.4 to 11. the same as is called Egypt and Africa
to this day, 73.60;327.3.
- Han established (in
Chine'ya) what was called the first, dynasty,
316.15; 317.24; 326.4.
- Hapacha, God of the west
wind, 191.6 to 8; 221.2; 234, chap, xxii, xxiii;248,
249.13 to 16.
- Happiness, an abundance of,
and it will endure forever, 299.22,23. the germ of,
in my soul will I nurse as Thy holiest gift, 514.11.
on earth is answered by, in heaven, 706.7; 397.4;
508.13. See under Hura.
- Happy, to learn to be, with
one's place and condition is great wisdom, 437.16.
- Hapsendi, Looeamong's
heavenly capital city, 690.9, 10; 725.22; 734.2 to
- Haoma, sustenance for the
living and the dead, 194.7; 224.26. juice, milk,
that which is received. As milk nurtureth the
corporeal man, so, feedeth the spirit, 664.26;
- Haraiti, an atmospherean
heaven founded by Fragapatti, 180.1.
- Harvest, Hapacha and his
hosts being the first from the lowest heavens at the
end of a cycle, 247.4; 392.24.
- Hastily, not, for such is
the manner of the weak, 420.20.
- Hateful Words, the direful
thrust of, 246.3.
- Hatuas (Constantine)
induced by Thoth, at Looeamong's command, to raise
an army and drive Baal out of Roma, 731, 732.11 to
13. solves the question as to what mortal
representative should be chosen by the Council of
Nice, The Man, I-E-Su, 733.47 to 51. See also under
- Heat cometh not from the
sun to the earth, 584.26. is liberated stored-up
vortexya, 585.34 to 586.44. the method of
manufacturing, 590 chap. iii. the, of a planet not
governed by its distance from the sun, 597, 598.1 to
- Heaven, have they anything
to do in? 161 chap. vii;471.3 to 473.13. and in
regard to the, whither thou wouldst desire to ascend
after death, 255.21. what, is to many mortals and
angels, 317.1 to 4. where is, 653.28, 29.
- Heavenly Father, he knoweth
his, he seeth Him in the flowers; in the clouds and
in the sunshine; in the fruits and herbs; in the
beasts of the fields, and in every creeping thing,
- Heavens of the Earth, or
lower, which shall travel with the earth, 10.8. see
also 12.33; 13.16; 13.7; 17.1; 19.34;
19.1;42.1;486.3 to 7.
- Heavens Subjective, how
- Heleste, so named by
Fragapatti, 192.4; also 458 chap, lii; 331.29.
- Helestians were rich in
agriculture, dwelling in peace, 404.6. as Gir-ak-shi
found them, 272.3, 4. as Ahura found them, 296.11.
- Hells-, Knots-, Chaos. How
made, and with what material, 12.4 to 8; 19.36. See
127.15, 16; 199.25; 199.1 to 200.9; 202.4 to 203.8;
240.28; 250.6. The knot is a mass if millions and
millions of spirits becoming panic-stricken, and
falling upon their chief or leader, who becometh
powerless in their grip, and is quickly rolled up in
the midst of the knot, 252, 253.9, 12 to 15; 156.12;
268, 269.5, 12, 14; 270.29, 1; 312.14 to 313.22;
448.4 and note. Ahura in hell, 309, 310.2 to 6, 15,
16; 490.20,21. Anuhasaj cast into hell, 435, 436.11
to 13. Osiris, Te-in and Sudga cast into hell,
462.16 to 463.22. See 495.3 to 7; 497, 498.2 to 5;
526.15; 700.14, 15; 806.9 to 11.
- Hieu Wee, who was older
than the red star (the earth), who had seen many
corporeal worlds created; and seen them run their
course, and then disappear as such, 47.12.
- Higher, those who ignored
Jehovih, having nothing, than themselves, rose only
to themselves, 86.14.
- Highest, there is nothing
higher than man, and they said of themselves, I am
- Highest Best Man shall not
learn love and tenderness without taking a lesson in
the depths of misery, 181.12.
- Highest Best Satisfaction,
to know that one hath done the highest best thing
within his power, this is the, 715.15.
- Highest Cause beyond all
research; by the ancients called Jehovih, 88.6.
- Highest Knowledge, but who
practiceth to his, 114.1.
- Highest Light, he who
followeth his, from day to day, great is his glory;
and in whatsoever he loseth he shall regain a
thousandfold, 390.16., consider first if thou canst
best serve Him by doing this way or that way, and
then follow thy, and thou shalt not err, 547.5;
915.1. being true to thy own, 58.20; 810.22.
- Highest of Living, the
spirit of man is the man, to live for the growth of
the spirit, this is the, 714.12.
- Highest of All Peoples,
whatever people can dwell together in greatest
numbers on the smallest piece of ground, and yet
have peace and plenty, such a people are the,
- Himself, I may take away
thy person, but I cannot deliver thy memory, No man
can be delivered from, 311.22. whoso manifesteth
serving, chiefly, hath little light from my (God)
organic kingdoms, 799.2. the star of Jehovih is
bright and of great power in him who forgetteth, in
laboring for others, 117.19.
- Hindoo Scriptures, See
- Hire, ye shall neither, nor
be hired, 325.7; 854.23.
- Hirom, a heaven established
by E'chad under Fragapatti, 268.5.
- Hi-rom (Scarlet Hat),
270.26; 271.8 to 12.
- History shall no longer be
locked up privately with the chosen race, 175.22.
- Hi'ya'tseing succeeded Asha
as king of Oas, 209,210.5 to 8. decrees Asha to be
put to death, 210.9 to 11. interview with Asha, 212,
213.22 to 29.
- Hoab appointed God of the
earth and her heavens for 200 years, 214, 215.16,
17; 186.8. holds forth, saying, 216.11 to 218.24.
with Athrava and their hosts untie a knot, 250.7, 8;
251 chap, xxvii; xxix. Jehovih's words to, 275.11 to
20. speaks by command of Jehovih, in His name,
275.20 to 276.16.
- Hobbies, he who would start
a new kingdom is wise in choosing none who have, of
their own, 260.8.
- Hochedowa, signifying happy
hunting-ground, 227.24 to 26. visited by Fragapatti.
Description of, 230.1 to 233.19.
- Hog (son of Brahma and
Yu-tiv), begotten in unbelief, neither sees the light
nor hears the voice, and declares these things are
not in reason and cannot be so, 351.10 to 353.10.
cannot see the angel, and reasons with the voice,
356.5 to 358.23; 359.5 to 15. admits the spirit
survives the body (355.11), but as to the All Person
I cannot understand, 367.9 to 12.
- Ho'Joss, name assumed by
Anuhasaj to suit the Panic voice, 435.6; 547.11.
(Panic) a man God. A God of the lower heavens,
- Holy Council by their most,
912.21, light of my 914.14.
- Holy Council and his,
prepared certain instruction with rules, 913.27.
- Holy Eleven, God and his
Lords sit in Council of Div, constituting My, 376.4.
the representative Lords shall be known as the, 684,
685.6 to 9, 3; 759.4, 10.
- Holy Ghost, meaning and
origin of the term, 695 chap.xviii;743.3;531.16.
- Holy Ghost, the, was
Looeamong's labor, 733, 734.55,56. See the
Confederacy of the.
- Holy Ghost, Son of the,
- Hoodas, the brown
- Horse, to be positive is to
be a, 192, 193.6, 7. all men become mares in times
to come (receptive) 618.70.
- Horses signifieth dominions
in the lower heavens, 664.19, 20.
- Hura (happiness), an
entity. If a man strive for, it will grow in him,
and not until he so strive, 666.64.
- Husband, the, shall be the
master of the house; but when he is not present, the
wife shall be master, 323.12; 234.17; 538.10;
920.18. the representative head of the family,
- Hypocrisy, to practice not
what one is convinced of is, 710.19. preaching what
he practiced not, 520:23; 524.54.