- Oan (Panic) one who
believes there is no person or thing of personality
but man, 626.23.
- Oas, the sun city of
Par'si'e, 174.14 to 175.20. whose kings aspired to
rule all the world, 403.1. and, the mighty city,
shall fall before his (Zarathustra's) hand, 173.2.
- Obegia. See under Ship.
- Observatories, so
constructed that the stars could be read as well in
the day as at night. Records covered more than 1000
years (9000 B.K.), 175.16. Oke'i'git'hi, Temple of
the Stars, 156.27; 404.4.
- Ode, sky-time, equivalent
to eleven long years, 504.4. this name was applied
to the Israelites in satire, as the Anglo-Saxon word
odius is used to this day, 505.10.
- Odes, the Israelites made
sweet songs and called them, 505.10.
- Oe'tan, maker of worlds,
- Oibe, a false God delivered
from a knot by Hoab, 254.21 to 258.4.
- Old Year's Day, 824 chap.
- Om (Panic), the negative of
Jehovih. Na is the positive, 623.10. and the
mountain plains of (Mexico), 108.6. bridegroom of,
289.9 and note.
- Omnipresent, this new
property is called life, and because it existeth
everywhere it is called, 595.19.
- One, whosoever becometh,
with Me shall not only hear My voice and receive My
power, but also inherit that which he createth out
of My creations, 262.6. whosoever would grow in all
gifts, let him labor to become, with the Father, and
the Father will grow in him forever, 653.3.
- One Man, because, cannot
lift up the whole world he shall not grieve, nor
cease doing what he can; for his glory lieth in
exerting himself to the full, 463.6.
- One Person, a community
- Onesyi, Goddess, delivers
the first harvest of the earth, 33.2 to 40.19.
- Ong'wee, the same as is
called Indian, 368.22. I'hins, mingle with the
Druks, 367.3 to 6.
- Ongwee-ghans, signifying
good-shaped men, 111.29. See Ghans.
- Oniy'yah. See under Ship.
- Ootgowski, put a guard over
me, for I am obsessed of Satan with the seven horns
308.6 to 8; 307.22 to 26.
- O-pah-E-go-quim, afterward
called Algonquin. Forty mighty nations shalt thou
found, and every nation shall be an independent
nation; but all the nations shall be united into a
brotherhood of nations, as one mighty people, and
that one shall be called, 374.48. See also 375.49,
5; 688.12; 764.13, 14 and note.
- Opinion, there is no value
in discoursing with any man who hath an, to
establish, nor is man's, of value to raise up the
souls of men, 237.11; 118.12, 13. an, is not light,
917, 918.4, 5,13; 301.34.
- Opinions, thou shalt
respect the, of all men, for even thyself may be in
- Opinions, consider, then,
how unjust it is to foist thy, on any man's,
uncalled for, 537.13; 317.23.
- Opium, go thither and
enforce upon them the, trade, 764.10, 11; 787.31.
- Orachnebuahgalah, 600.17.
- Oracles, why do the, tell
lies? They, are the words of angels. If a man will
not think for himself, examine for himself, the
Creator suffered him to be the recipient of lies,
492.12, 13. I have searched the spirits of the dead,
and the Gods of the, and they are lies, lies, lies,
495.27. Moses said: What are the, to me? To feel
assured one is in a good work; this is better than,
- Organic, and if the record
show a sufficient time for growth in such man or
woman whereby these virtues become, 30.3.
- Organic Heavens, the
beginning of the, of the earth, 13 chap. i.
- Origin and Destiny of Man,
as given by Chine to King Te-zee, 546, 547.26 to 28.
- Ormazd, I'hua'Mazda makes a
circle and a cross and a leaf. Whosoever pronounceth
this mark pronounceth the name of, the All Master,
190, 191.13, 14; 205.3; 282.23; 187.13. the name was
given by Zarathustra to the Highest known, 668.5, 6.
- Ormazdian Law, as
proclaimed by Div, 282.18 to 23.
- Os, chief captain of the
ethereans, comes to possess the heavenly places
Soo'fwa and Gir-ak-shi and their lands Japan and
Heleste, 309.14 to 17. made God of the first Spe'ta,
and sent to the earth to inspire Eawahtah, during
dawn, 328.10 to 329.16.
- Osire, an etherean God of a
reign of 100,000 years, who came to the earth 12,200
years B.K. Called also Osiris, 138.1.
- Osiris (idol), designed by
Osiris (the false), Plate 90,667. and the male idol
shall be called, 448.9, 12.
- (Osiris) Che-le-mung, a
Lord (under God, son of Jehovih) whose heavenly
kingdom was over Arabin'ya, 383.37. made ruler of
Arabin'ya and her heavens by Anuhasaj, with the
title of Osiris, 387.10.
- Osiris descended to the
earth with his army to subdue his division to
De'yus, Par'si'e, Heleste and Arabin'ya, and the
inhabitants described, 400 chap, xix to 406 chap,
xxiii. gives a great feast and awards prizes for
valorous deeds, 406.1 to 407.9. by his angels,
obtains possession of the oracles, and is asked by
mortals as to the end of man, 408.14 to 16. refers
the matter to De'yus (Anuhasaj), 408.17 to 20. gives
his own version of the flood, 417.35 to 40. confers
with Baal and Ashtaroth, and cuts loose from De'yus,
429 chap, xxxvi. the Fountain of the Universe whose
name was Unspeakable, 441.3. for I was a globe,
boundless as to size and swift as to motion. And I
put forth a wing for flying and a hand for labor.
Without me nothing is, nor was, nor ever shall be,
449.13 to 17; Plate 66,616. I am the Light, the
Life, and the Death, 615.54. Son of the All Central
Light, 430.14. sends Baal and Ashtaroth down to the
earth to subdue it unto him, 430.1.
- Osiris, the capital city
and palace of, described, 441.1 to 4. this then is
that that I will accomplish, 442.14 to 18.
appropriates the names of all Gods acceptable to
mortals, not defining which God, but God only, 448
chap, xlvii. assigns to Baal and Ashtaroth the
subjugating of the people of Par'si'e and Heleste to
himself, and the manner of their doing it, 458 chap.
lii. applied to by Baal and Ashtaroth demanding
separate kingdoms of their own, and answers them,
461.1 to 6. the Gods of, begin to revolt, taking
their kingdoms with the, 462.11, 12. is cast into
hell, 463.20. was in hell for more than a hundred
years and in a knot fifty years, 507.6. delivered
out of hell, but deranged, preaching Jehovih,
calling everybody Jehovih and everything Jehovih,
507, 508.6, 7. speech of, at the time of his
judgment and sentence, 508.13 to 509.17. shall be
bound while the pyramid standeth, 483.17; 474.5, 6;
- Otevan. See under Ship.
- Oxidation, 594.17.
- O-yra, divan laws in
regard to the, 378.9 to 379.18; 379 chap. vi. 1.