- Jaffeth, name given by the
Lord to one of the I'hin fleets at the time of the
flood, 71.48. the same as is called Chine'ya (China)
to this day, 72.58. the boundaries of, according to
Fragapatti, 192.2; 331.26. the people of, at the
time De'yus sent Te-in with an army to subdue it,
409, 410.12 to 15. the people of, at the time Te-in
subdued it to himself, 443 chap. xlv.
- Jah, the history of his
name (Ha'jah) exists to this day as, amongst
mortals, 31.8. Also 396.32; 458.5; 663.16; 729.10.
- Japan, signifying relic of
the continent of Pan, 72.55 to 57; 331.25. Aph
orders two ships of the I'hins (after the flood) to
go to the north land which was not sunken, 81.7, 8;
308.5; 309.12, 15, 17. in the Whaga tongue was Zha'Pan,
72.55. door of, opened in Kosmon, 808.17, 18. See
- Jehovih, who can attain to
know, 5 chap, i; 25.11; 36.26, 27; 87 chap. xii. 6.
's, the sign of, name, in a circle of fire, and the
cross, and the leaf of life, 31.7; 5.7. how shall I
comprehend Thy magnitude, O, 113.12. who can attain
to know Thy wisdom, O, 218.26 to 219.34; 242.26. who
is ever present, and extendeth beyond all limit, our
Father, 220.8. the All Highest, conceived of, is
called, 237.14; 538.24; 707.3. the Highest Ideal,
the Nearest Perfect the mind can conceive of, let
such be thy, 916.2. the manifestation of knowledge
in man is, 550. the magnitude of, is
incomprehensible, 556.3. is the soul of all things;
He speaketh to soul, 489.19. through the flowers of
the field I express Myself in color and perfume;
through the lion and mastodon I express myself with
power and voraciousness, 56.19; 521.16. is the least
Seen, but Always Present when asked for, 264.21. is
Life, Motion, Individual, Person, 684.9 to 15. who
is, where is, what is His form? What is His extent?
Is He person? Whence came His name? 653.8 to 23.
thousands of millions of years are the works of My
hand! I go not about turning water into wine like a
magician or professing to raise the dead! 679. EO,
2. he who knoweth not Me proveth not Me; he who
knoweth Me cannot prove Me. Thy All Highest is Me,
533, 534.2, 3. Him thou shalt never see as thou
seest a man or an angel, but Him also thou canst see
every day in the glory of His works, 795.20. no
angel in heaven so high or sufficiently wise to
comprehend. Distinguish, then, that the twain God
and Jehovih are not the same one, 911.4,14. is
equivalent to The All Highest Light, The All
Knowledge, 550; 242.28; 660.3, 10; 683 chap.iii. 2,
3. go serve, by lifting up whomsoever is beneath
you, 130.28. all things belong to, 490.34; 521.31.
remember that all things are of, 728.14. all
adoration and glory, 911.4. is to the understanding
of all the living, 911.12. or sufficiently wise to
comprehend. God and, are not the same one, 911.14.
the plan of works, 912.6, wise in providing comfort
to both the dead and the living, 912.7. were moved
by the spirit of, 912.15. covenant ourselves unto,
912.19, covenanted themselves unto, 912.21. angels
of, 912.24, 913.25, 913.30. in the name of, 913.29,
so covenanted we with, 913.2, for alike and like,
913.3, the heavens of, 913.6. near this day, 915.10.
glory of, 915.16. having faith in, 917.20.
- Jehovih's nothing belongeth
to any man, for all things are, 338.14.
understanding that they own nothing, and that all
things are, 777.31. shall not own or possess
individually; but that all things are, 814.21. all
things were, in care of the keeping of the colony,
- Jesus, I want to go to,
769.6; 774.13. of grade one there are hundreds of
millions of angels strolling about on the earth,
crying out: I want to go to Brahma, I want to go to
Budha, I want to go to, I want to go to Kriste,
- Jews (Israelites) who
worship none born of woman, 374.42. See the History
of Moses, 502 to 532. origin of the name Israelites
(Iz-Zerl. The offspring of these two tribes were
called Izere or Israel, 629), 511.30. See the basis
of the Ezra Bible, 659 to 662. two branches of the,
the Leviticans and the Oralites, 688.8 to 11.
millions of the Israelites fell beneath the power of
Baal, 689.6 to 8. the great majority of the, were
worshippers of the Lord and God, believing the Great
Spirit was only a large man in heaven, 695.5,6,12.
Looeamong assumes to be the one who wrought wonders
for the Israelites, and inspires Ezra to gather
proofs of his labor, 725.27 to 30. at the time of
Joshu, 728.29 to 34. at the Council of Nice many
having the appearance of, were rejected altogether,
732.28. God's message to the, 780 chap, v., also
698.10; 732.18; 772.35.
- Ji'ay, an atmospherean
world of the second degree of density, 6.8. etherean
currents bring forth, 6.2. and this is that which is
called, 292.2, 3. the earth in, Plate 30,555.
regions of, in the firmament, Remarks under Plate
39, 564. (Panic) Semi Light, 616.57.
- Ji'ayan Eddies, 46.2, 9.
Fields, I have decreed the earth to, for 3000 years,
170.6; 172.2. Forests, three million miles across,
480.3; 465.1;467.13. Swamps, 70.9;465.1.
- Ji'niquin Swamp, in
etherea, Plate 34,559.
- Ji'ya, 53.7; 55.5.
- Joshu, an i-e-su in
Nazareth, 662.49 to 53. an heir to the voice of
Jehovih, raised up by the loo'is at the command of
God, 726.11 to 17. Moses and Elias go and stand
before, and he sees them, 727.12 to 14. doctrines
of, and his death, 727 chap. xliv.
- Joss, name assumed by
Anuhasaj for the people of Jaffeth to worship, 408.1
and note name afterward assumed by Te-in, 423.7;
- Judas or Zhoo'das,
Zarathustra betrayed by, 242, 243.9 to 13 and note,
perishes in the chamber of the wall, 248.12. lions
eat the body of, 249.17.
- Judge, thou shalt be thine
own, 547.7; 558.27, 28; 750.7; 761.19; 788.36;
- Judge, soon or late thou
shalt take the matter into thine own hands; and thou
shalt look into thine own soul to, thyself, This is
to all men; none can escape it, 795.1. man to, all
things, even his Creator, 820 chap. ix. 4, 10;
713.24. the, shall, by the lower law, but by the
highest interpretation, 290.3, 7.
- Judges, the wisdom of the,
was so great they could comprehend all the angels
had ever done, either on earth or in heaven, 90.9,
- Justice, made images of
Anubi holding a pair of scales; the same as is made
to this day, and called, 393.22.
- Justify, neither do I seek
to, myself by words or arguments for errors which I
have committed, 659.4.