- Kabalactes (a former Lord
of Jehovih), Triune God of Vind'yu (India) and her
heavens, takes his time, and builds a sure
foundation, 700 chap. xxii. having ruined the land
of Vind'yu, said: Now will I clear away the ruins,
and build my everlasting edifice on the earth,
701.20 to 22. rewrites the sacred books, and the
manner of so doing, 702.29 to 43. the number of
people, had destroyed, 702.43. five of, Sub-Gods
revolt, 721.10 to 17. takes to himself the name
Budha, 721.18, 19,25. orders Yima to establish him
on the earth as Budha, and that he was Sakaya, and
that Sakaya was and is the Budha, son of the Triune,
son of the Holy Ghost, 721, 722.20 to 28. Budha (the
false) decrees the destruction of all books and
tablets in the land of Vind'yu, 723, 724.29 to 32.
gets most of the Budhists when they die, 738.20. the
heavenly place of, greatly alarmed at the appearance
of the airavagna of Litabakathrava, 752 chap. iv.
sends an arrow-boat to learn the will of this
adventurous God, 753.11 to 14. cast into hell,
delivered by God out of hell, and judged by Jehovih,
764, 766, 767 chap, xv, xvi, xvii.
- Ka'yu (Confucius),
preparation by God for the birth of, 690 chap. xiv.
name of the father and mother of, 710.1, 2. and his
disciples not to know they are instruments in God's
hands, 711.3 to 5. 's 72 disciples came to him from
the twelve provinces of Chine'ya, 711, 712.6 to 10.
so spoken through that man might not know it was God
speaking, 712.3. 's labor, to choose from all the
past that which was best, and to remodel the whole,
712.6. decides to condense the books of the empire,
712.7 to 713.30. states the doctrines of the base,
713 chap. xxxiv; 714 chap. xxxv. born to choose from
each and all of them what all of them will accept,
714.2. divides up the labor amongst his seventy-two
disciples, 714, 715.7 to 13. produces twenty books,
which contain the digest of upwards of 18,000 books,
nor had any man in all the world ever done the
one-tenth part so great a feat of learning, 715.12.
speaks to his disciples before they depart, giving
to them his doctrines, 715.13 to 718.70.
- Ka'yu, finds two kinds of
men, 715.24. enumeration of the books of, 718 chap.
xxxvii. the inspiration of, was God by proxy, and
not in person. Wherein, on many occasions, he did
things of his own accord, and committed some
- Kaleidoscope, where is a
God like unto thee, Jehovih? Whose, is millions of
suns! Taug, 671.1.
- Key, here lieth the, of
everlasting life, 453.2, 3; 469.3; 72.56. of
prophecy for 3300 years ahead, 455.20. herein shalt
thou find the, to the Father's kingdom, 916 chap.
- Key-note, without a, a
number of instruments cannot be attuned to harmony,
240.9; 648, 649.9 to 14; 676; Too, 4; 501.14. the
one All Person must ever stand as the, for angels
and mortals, 335.6.
- Kill, To, My lambs and
birds, and whatsoever I created alive, is a simple
act, saith Jehovih. Let no man waste much speech
because of such destruction, 822.17, 18; 820.16, 17.
- Kill Not, thou shalt, 3.17;
4.32; 58.13; 68.21; 331.18. man nor bird nor. beast
nor creeping thing, 44.3,8. whoso killeth a man or
woman or child shall be put to death, 98.18. thou
shalt, what thy Creator created alive, 195.18. any
man or woman or child, nor beast nor bird, nor any
animal created alive, 220.5; 222.12. anything He
created alive, that runs on the ground or flies in
the air, 226.4. I commanded them in the olden time
to, at all. My words were plain, 354.16, 18; 820.11.
Mine, anything I have made alive, 668.11. thou shalt
(any living thing), commandments of Moses, 660.13.
- King, the weakest, is he
who hath the most soldiers and the strongest nation
where none are required, 148.8.
- Kingdom, where a, cannot
retain its own members it is falling away from Me,
- Kingdoms, My, are not by
violence or by war, but by liberty to every soul,
- King and Queen, have not
the angels testified for thousand of years that the,
were binding themselves with chains for the
habitation of hell? But they will not heed, 511.31;
- Kings and Emperors, mortals
that are raised up to dominion over mortals shall be
called. As My Gods and Lords are called My Sons, so
shall, be called sons of God, 12.34;65.3;281.2 to 6.
- Kissing the Book,
I'hua'Mazda stooped down and kissed the book,
saying: This is my holy book, Zarathustra kissed the
- Knot. See Hell.
- Know One Another, how shall
we, whether we be of heaven or earth? Seek to know
thyself; thou art not thy neighbor's keeper, 252.6.
- Knowledge, how all, may be
obtained, 58.20. ye shall make mortals put aside all
spirituality, and make them pursue, wholly
corporeal, 166 chap. xi. there are ways to, one by
the soul of things and one by reason, 217.16. all,
which is to be everlasting must be obtained
objectively, 478.10, 11. whoever provideth not a
philosophy for the endless acquisition of, damneth
up the running waters I have made, 298.3; 282.19.
- Knowledge, great, is all
around about; to make man perceive it is the labor
of God. Jehovih said: I am; come thou to Me, 551.11
to 14;475.9; 730.8. the sum of all man's, is but
man's capacity to perceive My Light, 816.10. since
no man can acquire, for another, but that each and
all must acquire, for themselves, thou shalt dispose
of whatever is before thee in thine own way, 920.2.
for another, 920.2.
- Kosmon, a heavenly kingdom
over North Guatama established by Cpenta-armij,
- Kosmon, Dawn of, angels
allowed to speak to mortals, 770 chap. xix.
- Kosmon Day, 826 chap,
- Kosmon Era, the beginning
of, 2.26. when the inhabitation of the earth shall
be completed, 13.14. when they have carried My name
to the west coast of Guatama, 47 5.13. the Faithists
of Egupt shall circumscribe the earth and complete
it by the time of the, 484.4. to make ready for the,
I want not a few, but thousands of millions in
heaven and earth, to inspire such as live in
darkness, 515.17;550. the year of circumscribing all
the earth shall be the beginning of the, 750.25, 26.
why it is called the, 772.37; Remarks, Plate 91,748.
- Kriste, the name taken by
the false God Looeamong, and which is the Ahamic
expression for All Knowledge, 730.8, 3. See 730, 731
chap, xlvi, xlvii, xlviii; 769 chap, xviii. said:
Think not I came to send peace on earth; I came not
to send peace, but a sword, 830.52 to 58; 732,
733.30 to 37; 777.15; 779.14. See under Christ.
- Kristes, this day in the
lower heavens there are millions of false, 795.17.
- Kriste'yans tribes of
warriors amongst mortals raised up by Thoth, at the
command of Looeamong, and induced to call
themselves, 730.5 to 8.