- I Am, 5.2; 15.28; 511.30;
549.11; 595.19, 20; 660.6 to 8; 661.26; 668.1 to 5;
733.54; 803.1,8; 815.24.
- Ibis, Oibe, origin of the
word, 255.25; 406.3, note.
- Idea, to be true to one's
own highest, is this not serving the Father? 715.16.
- Ideal, the All Highest,
- Ideas, we open our mouths
and speak, but where do our, come from? 717.66 to
68. neither knoweth the philosopher whether his,
came from Jehovih or the spirits of the dead,
777.23; 537.20 to 23.
- Idle, thou shalt not be, or
lazy, or thy flesh will become weak and bear down
thy soul, 195.25; 511.31.
- Idol, whatever is
worshipped, having comprehensible form or figure is,
an, 296.5;43.14 to 17;44.22 to 24.
- I-e-su (Y-e-shuah)
signifying, without evil, 49.11;54.5. when man
attaineth to be one with All Light he is, 466.5 to
7. this child (Zarathustra) hath no sex! He is an
Yeshuah (I-e-su), a passionless birth, 174.7. I'su
(Panic), one who is born sexless, 612.34, note,
behold thy son Ka'yu is K'te'sune in the borders,
710.2 note. Hatuas said: All the law-givers chosen
by the Gods have been, 733.50.
- Ignorance, to expose the,
of others instead of finding wisdom in them, 240.17.
- Ignorant, for the, man I
provide the wise and the rich as Gods to raise them
- I'hins, born of A'su and
the angels who had taken on corporeal bodies, 9,
10.13 to 20. 20. (Abel) second race, capable of
being taught spiritual things, 42.4; 60.22; 63.22.
were white and yellow (147.13 note), small and
slender, 43.4; 60.24. call them the sacred people,
44 chap, iii; 52.5; 75.12 to 20; 217.20; 61.27, 2.
called, because they were the fruit of both heaven
and earth, 95.2 to 8. let the, build mounds and
walled cities with ladders to enter, 44.4 to 7;
74.10. See Plate, page 57. before the flood the,
were ordered to build ships, 63.19; 70.35 to 41.
- I'hins shall disappear from
the earth, 96.22, 23; 128.19. shall be as an example
of non-resistance, 97.26, 27. dwelt in both the warm
and cold countries, 99.2; 142.3. the greatest of all
peoples, the people of learning, 110.14 to 17. the,
of Ham were of all colors, black white, yellow,
copper, red and brown, having flat nails and short
arms, with long hair, 145 to 146.4,5. the, of
Guatama did not reach the ocean on the east, 147.12
and note, without evil preserved I (God) the I'hin
race, 148 chap. iv; 141.14. the, saved from the
continent of Pan (Whaga), after the flood, 151 chap.
v. light and knowledge that had been with the,
merged into the Ghans, 153.1. preserved by Jehovih
in all the world as a scattered people, even after
they became extinct as a race, 152.6. had nothing;
they were unmolested, 173.1. no, left upon the earth
in Heleste, 272.1; 271.7. the, who were the original
Faithists, 296.13; 269, 270.17 to 23. end of the, in
Shem, with the coming of Brahma, 345.11. See 152.5.
the mounds and tree temples of the, 400.2; 367.3 to
7. the, whom Jehovih had taught to charm even the
great serpents and savage lions and tigers to be
their friends and worshippers, 404.3. the darkness
which is necessary for the earth will be too much
for the, and they will cease to dwell upon the
earth, 687, 688.13 to 15.
- I'huans were half-breeds
betwixt the Druks and the I'hins; they were red like
copper, taller and stronger than any other people in
the world, 45.24, 5, 7. See the plate, page 57. the,
obeyed not My words, and they are lost from the face
of the earth, 60.23. again brought forth, copper
colored, strong and bright and quick, 61.26, 27. a
new race born upon the earth, called, copper
colored, capable of speech, 96.18, 19. began to be
carnivorous, 98.24. wore only a covering about the
loins; very prolific, and they spread rapidly over
the earth, becoming mighty in many countries, 99
chap. iii. became of all shapes and sizes and of all
grades and judgment, even down to the ignorance of a
beast, 110.18; 111.26 to 28. the Lord said: Now will
I raise up prophets amongest the, 110.23. the
long-armed, the short-legged race, 112.8. in the
time of Apollo the, the flesh-eating man was first
capable of hearing the voice of thy Lord
understandingly, 114.11. very fierce and savage are
the, who inhabit the wilderness on the way. They eat
the flesh of both man and beast, 130.16. born
capable of everlasting life, but mixing with Druks,
they brought forth heirs incapable of
self-sustenance in heaven, 133.3,4. the, were the
founders of Par'si'e, 147.14. the, have lost all
energy, depending on spirits for information, 163.2,
- I'huans, Samati High God of
heaven, the master of the, 172.3; 195.1. the first
tribes of, in Guatama after the flood, 367.8, 9. I
will leave one race of, on the earth in Guatama even
till Kosmon, 405.11.
- I'hua' Mazda, the God
(Samati) who inspired Zarathustra, 174.6, 7; 187.13.
when I (Jehovih) shape My thoughts into words,
behold, I am, 283.6; 205.4.
- I'hua'Mazdian Law, the
school of knowledge kept by God and his Lords for
the teaching mortals and angels, 282.24 to 26,29,
- Illaem, founded by the
first swarm out of Shalam, 850.1 to 5.
- Immaculate, Jehovih is the,
- Impotency, My (God's)
judgment is also against. They have tried their
respective religions hundreds of years. And they
have not raised up one city of righteous people,
- Imposters, protection
- Imprisonment, these are the
methods of the, of the mind, 80.14 to 8.
- Incarnated, then God
descended to the earth, himself in a woman, and was
born of a virgin, becoming Christ, the Savior of the
- Incarnate, Jehovih said:
Had I weakened since the time of Moses that I needed
to, Myself in order to make man understand me?
- Incest, neither knew man
the sin of, but he dwelt as the beasts of the field,
42.1, 9. Druks to be taught the law of, 45.21; 43.6;
- Inches of Ground mortals
cluster together in cities and tribes warring for,
whilst vast division of the earth lie waste and
- Incomprehensible, whoever
saith the, is God blasphemeth before Him
- Individual, the beast, the
figure, the person, which is called, 192.5. only
Jehovih can create an, 684.9, 12, 14.
- Individual Effort, consider
the folly of, 802.1.
- Indulgences, ye sell, to
your angels to engage in wicked practices; ye suffer
your ashars to inspire mortal priests to sell, to
their followers in the same way, 739.18.
- Industry, becometh rest to
the etherean, 117.17. that yieldeth profitable
support, 422.23. is to keep one's self in constant
action to a profitable result, 498.10, 11.
- Infallible, this book
Oahspe is not, 2.24. the king standeth by nature,
the highest of all things, 179.5. what has thou
found that is, 570.16, 17.
- Infancy, dying in, they
have not fulfilled a corporeal life, 9, 10.14 to 19.
dying in, their knowledge is incomplete, 11.20, 21;
214.10 and note, dying in, how can ye learn
corporeal things? 17 chap, iii; 230.5. a subjective
heaven for those who die in, 527,528.3 to 9. dying
in, they had not tasted of the fruit of the tree of
life, 624.14. half the people born into the world
die in, 805.6 to 806.8; 823.29.
- Infant, those who have an,
born, 680. Spe.
- Infants, My people are, in
this era, 827.14; 207.9.
- Infants, in some countries
are whipped for crying, 837.21; 912.13.
- Infidel, even the, shall
accept the Creator and good works, 793.21.
- Initiates, how chooseth thy
God his, 917.22 to 36.
- Inoculated, I brought venom
from rotten flesh, and, thee in the breath of thy
mouth. Thou shalt cough blood and foul smelling
corruption, 218.22. because Osiris desired to use
Thothma, he sent his destroying angels, and they,
the breath of Hannah and her husband, and they died
by poison in the lungs, 450.16; 163.11; 164.14;
395.25; 399.10. Also, 407.8; 447.14, 18; 459.25;
460.27; 806.17 to 19.
- Inoculation or Vaccination,
the, of flesh with poison to save it from poison, is
to use the battle-ax of Satan, 602.15.
- Inqua, Fragapatti
bequeathed it to Gods and Lords of earth forever,
279.21, 22. bequeathed by a God of earth to his
successor, 357.23. bestowed by Osiris (the false) on
Hermes, 406.4. (Panic) a thing within a thing,
- Inquas, the companions of
Zarathustra were styled. 220.4.
- Inquisition, victims of
the, come before God's throne, 757.19, 20; 760 chap.
xii. the army of the, a protecting host to the seven
leaders (Paine, Jefferson, Adams, Franklin, Caroll,
Hancock and Washington) of the Guatama revolt,
762.5,24,25. the angels of the, assemble before God
and the voice of Jehovih speaks to them, 763.34 to
41. the army of the, go away from the earth for a
time, but are to come back before 100 years to free
the people from the doctrines and creeds of the
ancients, 763.42 to 47.
- Inspiration, every living
creature do I move and control by My, upon them,
819.6 to 7, 18, 20;823.31 to 35.
- Inspiration, cometh less by
- Instinct, erroneously so
called, is the capacity to be moved by the positive
and negative vortexya, 603.8; 58.18. I gave no, to
any creature under the sun. By My presence they do
what they do, 821 chap. x. 17, 21.
- Inventions, many great, are
- Ipseogee, the location of,
reigned over by Hapacha, 223.1.
- Irresponsible, there be
such as maintain that man, whose tongue is moved by
the spirits of the dead, is, for his words. Capilya
creepeth not through so small a hole. 479.3.
- Isaac, son of Abraham, and
his wife Sarai, 340 chap, xiii; 334.13.
- Isaah, one of the chief
generals of Te-in, 443.2 and note; 458.5.
- Ishmael, Hagar's son, 333.5
to 335.18; 336.27; 343.19.
- Isis, an idol ordered by
Osiris the false, 448.9; Plate 89,666.
- Isolated, they that live,
and alone on the earth shall be, and alone in the
heavens of the earth, 749.7.
- Itura (Ahura) sowing evil
in Guatama, 368.24 to 26. God of evil, dweller in
hell, 370, 371.1 to 8, 13. he called himself the
Savior, the wicked monster, 373.33. the name of one
of the Triune Saviors for Guatama,