- Magnetism mortals have been
taught erroneously in regard to a north pole, in the
earth, 583.14. the positive and negative vortexian
power erroneously called, 586.47. when vortexya
lieth dormant, as in iron, it is called, 584.21.
when vortexya is charged in iron, it is called,
- Magnitudes, how shall we
- Majority, the highest
wisdom in the state or in a community is not with
the, but with a small minority, 835.29. a, is, and
was, and ever shall be the lesser light, 856.2. why
not decree according to the, vote? That is the lower
light, being the light of men only, 708.12 to 14.
- Man, the failures of, are
worse than any other living creature, 2.7. how was
the beginning of, 9.8 to 11; 37.7, 11;819.17 to 23;553.16, 17. the first of the race of
man on earth began about 78,000 years, B.K., 597.21.
the name of the first race was Asu (Adam, 450.11),
because they were of the earth only, 42.4; see
Plate, page 57.
- Man, and there was born of
the first race (Asu) a new race called, 9, 10.12 to
18. the name of the second race was I'hin (Abel),
because they were capable of being taught spiritual
things. The Lord said: Man only have I delivered
unto knowledge of his Creator, 42.1 to 5. strayed
out of the garden of Paradise, and began to dwell
with the Asu'ans (Adams), and there was born into
the world a new race called Druk (Cain), 42.13.
mature, and the immature, 25.7. in the time of the
earth when, was brought forth from mortal to
immortal life, the earth passed beyond se'mu, 10.5.
the nearest blank of all the living created He,
25.8, 9; and yet shall attain to more subtle senses
than any other living creature, 58.17 to 20; 460.1.
and, dwelt with beasts, falling lower than all the
rest, 46.19. by the Lord was, made upright on the
earth, 67.18;26.15;42.1. the Lord left, for a season
to himself, and he fell from his high estate, 58.21.
the Lord raises, up once more, and again departs,
and the race of, descends into utter darkness. And,
became on the earth as a harvest that is blighted
and rotted because of its rankness, 58 chap. ii. for
I created, to enter heaven as helpless as he entered
earth life, 83.27. but instead of beatifying his
thoughts, hearkeneth to tetracts and clotheth
himself in clouds, 98.16. in the early age of a
world, hath inherent but two impulses, 113.9. the
appearance of, as Apollo remembered the earth,
113.16. in the time of Apollo (18,200 B.K.), in his
present form, was brought into being on the earth,
113.10 allowed by God to eat cloven-footed animals,
except swine, 115.20,21. taught by the angels to
make books of skins and of bark and of cloth, 129.5.
the first, the second, and the third passion of,
132.6. in the time of Thor (15,400 B.K.) considered
not the shapeliness of his spouse and even today
seeketh a spouse of wasted flesh for sake of gold,
134.15, 17. should learn of what he can see and hear
and prove rather than of spirits whom he cannot
prove nor find when he wants them, 145.20. it being
not the will of Jehovih that, should be forever led,
because, forsooth, his Lord saith, 150.15. advanced
in great learning of corporeal knowledge, 155.19,
20. the power and glory of, were greater than had
ever been before in all the world, 156, 157.1 to 3.
becomes conceited, and God goes away from, for a
season, that he may learn wisdom, 157.4 to 7. takes
to worshipping the stars, 158.11. thou hast said:
Man can make himself whatsoever he will, 150.15. the
spirit of, groweth by giving away of whatsoever the
spirit hath to give, 159.13 to 16; 109.8, 9; 208.14.
shall search all things to find Me (the All
Highest), 170.8; 154.11. hath it been proven to thee
that, cannot stand still? 199, 200.4, 8.
- Man, there is a spiritual,
within all men, and it never dieth, and is only one
that can discern spiritual things and recognize the
spirits of the dead, 187.9. each and every, is bound
in his own channel by something stronger than
himself, 197.14. will rise up in self-conceit
against his Creator, saying: Behold me! I am the
highest of all things, 317.23; 179.4; 187.11. that
which, calleth evil is unripe, and that which,
calleth good is ripe. Without green fruit none could
be ripe; without evil none could be good, 556.17;
191.17 to 19. when a potter hath a pot half made,
sayest thou it is an evil pot? Nay, but that is not
yet completed. Even so are all men. Those who are
good are completed, but those who are evil are
unfinished work. 240.4. and thus becometh, evil
instead of good, 819 chap. vi. 18, 19. the highest,
best, most perfect, is he who can do all things,
325.10. the corpor of, I created as a womb for the
es of man. By death, behold, the es is born, 552.26,
27. to find the se'muan age of, 597.26, 27. cannot
advance to the highest kingdoms until perfected in
all particulars, 686, chap. viii. in Kosmon, shall
be conceited of himself above all the ages past, and
they shall deny Me, and quarrel with My name, and
cast Me out. Remarks under Plate 91, 748; 50.18.
how, is made, kept alive and accumulateth knowledge,
816, 817 chap, i, ii, iii. how one, is a skeptic,
and one a believer in the Creator, 817 chap. iv. is
spoken to by the Creator with two kinds of voices,
817 chap. v. is told the order in which Jehovih
created animals and man on the earth, 818 chap. vi.
is instructed as to the direct and indirect
inspiration of the Creator, 819 chap, vii, viii; 820
chap. ix. is told by Jehovih to let all men hear Him
in their own way, and not to interfere with his
brother, 821 chap, xi; 358.17 to 21. only, of all My
created animals, created I not perfect in his order,
822.1. as there was a time when I created every
animal perfect in its order; so shall such time come
unto. And now is the dawn thereof, 823.31,32. is
given liberty to choose his inspiration, 823, 824.17
to 30. the, of darkness more ruled by angels than
the, of light 826 chap, xviii. apply thyself to
understand the spirit of my discourse, 916.1.
- Man's, the Lord gives the
earth into, keeping, 95,96.10,11. hair on his head
grows long and straight, and he begins to have a
beard (400 years after Apollo), 125.13. covenant
with Jehovih, 559.29 to 42. according to, birth and
surroundings so is he good or bad, 820 chap. viii.
- Mansions. Yima caused
mortals to be taught that there were, in heaven
ready for their souls after death, 262.12.
- Manuscript, thy spirit is
a, in thine own handwriting; thou art daily writing
thy grade and the place of thy abode in heaven,
- Marriage, not he alone can
annul that which hath been united, nor yet they
twain; for, by their bondage, I (Jehovih) am also a
party to the contract, 160.27. the fullness of earth
knowledge requireth, yet the bondage after death
holdeth the spirit of man for six generations to his
own heirs, 322.25. God discourseth thereon, 788
chap. xiv. one, only do we permit (in Shalam) to any
man or woman, 852.8 to 10.
- Marriage Rites, the Divan
laws in regard to, 283.13, 14;291.14, 15.
- Marry, thou shall not, but
once; neither shalt thou look after any other
partner all the days of thy life, 323.11; 321.19;
322.26, 29; 519.19. no man nor woman shall, more
than one time, 814.2 to 4.
- Mass, the origin of saying,
54.12. night, for the spirits of the dead, 229.12,
13. is Sanscrit for moon (mas), 621.108; 229.12 note
- Master, origin of, as
applied to the Creator, 308.10, 11. to be, of one's
flesh and desires and passions and words, these are
great gifts indeed, 479.3.
- Masters and Servants,
325.7; 338.13; 512.36; 828.11.
- Mastodon, the Hogawatha,
the rooting animal of wisdom, 370.14.
- Materialization (Sar'gis),
by spirits of the dead, the angels could readily
take on corporeal bodies for themselves, 9, 10.14 to
18; 10.4; 42.2. angels of darkness came upon the
earth, taking upon themselves the semblance of
corporeal forms and dwelling with mortals, 134.22.
Asha sees spirits, but yet he believes not, 185.1 to
186.5. the angels took on forms looking like
mortals, 217.18 to 219.28. the king of Tse'gow,
having slain himself, appears in Sar'gis, 223.18 to
224.24; 225.5;226.8;229.13. Zarathustra, and
afterward the two thieves, in sar'gis, 250.21 to 24;
252.1; 252.23. the spirits took on sar'gis and
walked about amongst mortals, being seen and felt;
and they talked audibly, 263.17. the angels in Sodom
walked amongst the people, and the people knew they
were angels, but cared not for them, 330.7, 8. one
of the evil angels who had followed Abraham and his
people from Sodom appears to them, 330.11 to 331.19.
angels appear to Brahma and his family, 356.5, 6;
359.16; 359.1 to 360.11. Yu-tiv appears in sar'gis,
365.5 to 366.11. the angel of God came in the sacred
circle and stood in the midst, 366.1 to 3. Brahma
and Yu-tiv appear in sar'gis, 366.4 to 367.13. an
abundance of familiar spirits dwelt with mortals;
took on sar'gis forms and ate and drank with them,
445.22. the three angels, Egupt, Baal and Ashtaroth,
show themselves to the college students, 354.13.
many spirits came in sar'gis in the families of the
Eguptians, eating and drinking with them
corporeally; yea, and even doing things whereof no
man may speak, 458.13.
- Materialization, Jehovih's
angel appears before the king Yokovrana, 496.32 to
34. the land of Egupt is overrun with spirits of
darkness, and mortals have attained to see them, and
they dwell together as one people, angels and
mortals, 502.2; 513.39, 40; 626.23. Te-zee, king of
A'shong (in China), investigates mediums and spirits
of the dead, 540.17 to 545.36. Te-zee's conclusions
in regard thereto, 545.1, 2. after Chine died and
his body was burned to ashes, he appeared and walked
about on the earth, even the same as before death,
for seven days, 548 chap. xxx.
- Me-de, the kingdom of,
established in the first remove from the earth,
378.10, 1 to 6.
- Memory, their, is as a
troubled dream that will not go away from them, 397.8.
how can I deliver thee (Ahura) from them? I may take
away thy person, but I cannot deliver thy, 311.22. a
thief carries his stolen goods not only in this
world, but in heaven to the end of his, 253.9. when
a murderer is in heaven his, of the deed writeth in
human blood a stain on his soul, which all others
see, 253.10. when thou art fevered, or entranced, or
in diverse action from thy usual bent, thy soul
turneth into these stores, and thy, cometh forth
- Men, unto all, alike gave I
all things in My worlds, 149.14; 756.23. where, oft
unarmed, went into the arena and fought lions and
tigers with their naked hands, choking them to death
before applauding multitudes, 404.2; 446.13.
- Menial Office, neither have
I exalted any God so high but the most, is his
glory, 181.12; 392.27.
- Meteoric Stones, how
formed, 593.1, 2; 594.7. fell like a shower of rain,
292.4. See also Nebulae. See also Plate, 29,555.
- Methodists professed the
true Kriste, 769.17.
- Microscopes in the cycle of
Osire, 156.2; also 590.7.
- Mighty Power, a time cometh
to every man and woman born, on earth or in heaven,
when sore disaster, if nothing else, will cast him
helpless in agony, to make him own the, who created
- Migrants (Ghans) from Shem,
Ham, and Jaffeth, 129.6 to 132.17; 226.9; 611.21.
- Milk, a substitute for,
841.29 to 34; 321.21; 148.20, 24.
- Mine, to him who saith this
is, I have not spoken, 149.6, 7; 777.31; 852.2.
- Miracle, So-qi said: Thou
hast come and said: Behold, a what value is a, save
to those who witness it? 176.5 to 7. what man is not
accustomed to he calleth a, 701.1 to 3.
- Miracles, Chine said:
Whosoever becometh one with the Father, to such a
man are many, possible, 539.9. Sakaya said: Even
magicians and spirits of darkness can attain to the
same, 710, 11, 12. and to whomsoever worshippeth
Gods or Saviors because of, give thou them
plentifully of, and signs through unclean spirits
and through mortal sar'gis of low grade, 774.20 to
22. Zarathustra did all things that the ancients
accredited to the Gods as, 668.15; 205.5.
- Miracles, Moses
to Pharaoh (Nu-ghan) on, 520.13, 14; 523.7. I will
show, unto all the world, that no man or God is
worthy to be worshipped because of, 813.16 to 30;
- Miriam, sister of Moses,
- Mishm the hosts of the Lord
God were called, 377.5.
- Missionaries, God judgeth,
803 chap. xxix.
- Moabites who were of the
- Mohammed announces his
doctrines, 736.18. draws the sword for Gabriel
(Thoth), 736.2, 19, 20.
- Mohammedans when they died
went to Gabriel's heaven, 738.22.
- Mohammedanism, the origin
of, 734 chap. xlix.
- Mongrel, a fourth race rose
up in the world, and it was, being dark and short
and less noble, 297.19; 298.2; 302.11, 12,16.
- Monstrosities betwixt man
and beast, 45.6, 8; 46.18, 19.
- Months, how the, are
defined, 824.16 to 23.
- Moon, how the, was made,
594.14; 179.15; 156.33;23.18. the cause of the light
of the, 586.43; 589.26 to 590.35. the temperature of
the, far below zero, yet she emitteth both, light
and heat, 597.16 to 18. Git (Panic), 612.36; 194.9;
615.51 to 53. 's, the, vortex being an open vortex,
turneth not the moon, 583.4.
- Moon Gods, 665.44, 45.
- Mormons, a sect established
by a drujan God named Piad, who called himself, The
True-Kriste, 769.7, 8.
- Mortal, the, desireth to
become a spirit, an Etherean, an Orian, a Nirvanian,
an Oe'tan and then to travel in the surveys of
- Mortals, how, were taught
to worship the names Lord, and God, and Lord God,
and Joss, and Ho'joss, and De'yus, and Dyaus, and
Deity, and Zeus, according to the language of the
people, 418.2. Te-in said: All, at best are but as
unhatched eggs; and when they are dead their souls
are as hatched chickens for the Gods to play with,
424.16; 428.20. Osiris and Ahura discourse upon,
422.10 to 13. and, took to destroying ill-formed
children and cripples, 125.7. by the works and
behavior of, are all things known and proven,
520.26. God showeth that all, are under the dominion
of spirits, 777.22; 912.10.
- Moses, before his birth,
perceived by the loo'is capable of the Father's
voice, 503.11. thy son's name shall be, signifying a
leader-forth, 508.8. the Israelites were looking for
a leader-forth even as I was named in the basket,
515.48. was a large man, pure I'huan, copper
colored, of great strength, master of many
languages, 509.13. found in a basket, in the palace
grounds, by Leotonas, the king's daughter, 507.2, 3.
a thousand Israelitish male children to be put to
death, among the rest, 508.4. the truth of the
matter in regard to, 508, 509.8 to 12. raised as a
prince by Pharaoh, 509.13. made embassador to
foreign kingdoms, 510.14. told to life up his voice
for his people, 510.18.
- Moses, travels over the
land of Egupt, and returning, has an interview with
the king, 510.21 to 511.23. ear opened to hear the
Voice, 511.24. an angel of Jehovih appeareth to,
511.27 to 30. and his brother Aaron travel about in
Egupt, 512.13. accused of killing an Eguptian,
512.33. ordered by Jehovih to return to the king,
who is sick, 514.42. consults with the king as to
the migration of his people, 514.43 to 515.50. has a
commission appointed, 515.1 to 3. appoints a time
for the people to start, and every family to offer a
lamb in sacrifice, 517.12,13. goes to the king, who
dies in his arms, 518.15 to 17. goes quickly to his
people, 518.1. goes before the king (Nu-ghan), and
pleads his cause, 519.8 to 522.18. said: Whether in
this world or the next, thou (Nu-ghan) shall yet
call unto me to deliver thee from torments, 522.19.
is foretold of the cloud of locusts, sends the
prophecy to the king, and the locusts appear, 523.7
to 524.10. prophesies the coming of frogs and
reptiles, 524.11,12. prophesies the death of the
first-born, 524.13. starts with his people to go out
of Egupt, 525.18. and Aaron review the people as
they pass, 526.22. the number of people taken by,
out of Egupt, 527.30. guards against his being
worshipped, 529.1 to 530.6. establishes rites and ceremonies, 530.8 to 12. writes the Levitican Laws,
530.13. the age of, at the time he reached
Shakelmarath, 531.15. it is doubtful if the world
ever produced so good and great a man, 531.14. in
heaven, payeth the judgment of Jehovih, 692 chap,
xvi; 695.1 to 4. and Elias come from etherea and
take Nu-ghan and his host to etherea, 727.3 to
11,15. and Elias went and stood before Joshu,
727.13. 's song unto Jehovih sung by his sister
Miriam, 528.32 to 529.16.
- Motion, which is
everlasting unrest, 140.10; 5.1. no angel in heaven,
however exalted, can create, 684.14.
- Mountain, I made the way of
life like going up a, 854.42;851.11. Ka'yu said: I
saw a man on a, calling to his flocks in the
valleys, but they understood him not, and came not.
Then he came midway down the, and called; and the
flocks heard him and understood, and they went up to
- Music is of two kinds:
sound and assimilation, 501.14.