- Pan (Panic), the ground,
609.1. signifying earth, the heading to Book of Aph,
65. map showing the continent of, Plate 62, Book of
Saphah, 1. the name of the submerged continent in
the Pacific Ocean, 17.28. also called Whaga, from
the name of the first Lord, of, 17.27, 28. (Whaga),
to be discovered in the Kosmon Era, 75.12.
- Panic Language, Ah-ce-o-ga
(earth language), 126.3 to 27.10. Apology, Book of
Jehovih, 5;45.4; 146.6,9; 322.27;819.2.
- Panic Numeration Table,
Plate 17, 464.
- Panic Primaries, Plate 64,
Book of Saphah, 3.
- Pain, becoming unconscious
to, by force of the will, 447.14; 636.20.
- Paine's doctrines, 762.7 to
- Paradise, the garden of,
42.13; 63.20. a heavenly kingdom over Arabin'ya,
established by Cpenta-armij, 331.27;
- Parodars, when a pure man
dieth, the first living creature he seeth after he
waketh to his condition is, 666.60, 61; 347.36.
- Parsa, 387.12 and note.
- Par'si'e, signifying
warrior Faithists, 147.14. a mighty nation of
I'huans called, 174.14; 458 chap. lii.
- Par'si'eans lived in a
nation by themselves, and were large and mostly the
color of new copper, 147.15 to 148.19. were a proud
race, built up in great comeliness by the God
Apollo, 403 chap. xxi.
- Password, O Jehovih! Thou
alone art the, to all the universe, 257.40. He is
the All One, who is the, to the highest of heavens,
779.43. remember the, which admitteth thee to the
all highest kingdom is Jehovih, the I Am, 815.24.
- Patriotism, I taught them
my brother was my enemy; that to fall upon him and
his people and destroy them was great, 3.17,
18;4.32. an evil man saith: I will war for Egypt,
for this is my country; but I say unto you, all
countries are Jehovih's (Moses). Be not slaves to
any country nor to any king (Abraham), 622.5.
- Peace, the highest, is the,
of the soul, which cometh of consciousness of having
done the wisest and the best in all things according
to one's own light, 484.14.
- People, whom do the, in the
world belong to, if not to me, the sun-king? Are not
the, mine? 199.22; 218.26, 67.
- Person, His, 201.14 to 6;
547.9; 560.5; 690.14, 15; 745.20; 704.12; 723.16;
716.39. the, which is called individual,
192.5;684.9, 12, 14; 326.13.
- Persons, Three, have I
found: one believeth only in earthly things (114.1;
175.20) one in spirits of the lower heavens (41.8),
and one who hath faith in the All Creator (i.e. the
Faithist), they all raise to the destiny they have
chosen (Confucius), 624.12.
- Pestilence proveth man's
disobedience to My commandments, 101.5.
- Philosophers of those days
(about 9000 B.K.) knew the mysteries of heaven and
earth, 156, 157.2, 3;490.17.
- Photospheres, Plate 41 and
Remarks, 566; 584.23 to 25; 588.19; 589.29; 598.5,
- Plagues, the cause of,
- Planet, A Dead, no longer
giveth forth light and heat to radiate upon itself,
596, 597.14 to 18.
- Planets, whirling vortices
of the solution of corpor by ethe make, 598.9.
wherein they have taught error in place of truth in
regard to, 587.56, 57. See also 588.6, 16; 592.18,
23; 914.29. it is an error to say the sun threw off
rings or, 598.10; 505.10; 543.16.
- Plymouth Rock, the
landing-place in Guatama of the mortals who left
Uropa for conscience' sake, 758.7.
- Po, Jehovih prepares a way
for the birth of, 301 chap. xiii. was an i-e-su in
birth, 317.1. was an I'huan of the I'hin side, of
grade ninety-five, 326.11 to 13. inspired by the God
Yima, 328.5 to 7. was 20 years old, laboring at scutching flax and hemp, when God (Yima) came to
him, 318.6,7. is tried by God, and found to know the
Ormazdian law, 318.7 to 11. sacred laws given
through, by God, 321.17 to 326.16. visited by
- Pon'yah, king of Oas,
adjudges Zarathustra to death, 242.1; 244 chap,
xxviii; 246.1 to 3;248.13;249.17.
- Poor Man, thou hast set up
the, in faith; he toileth day and night, 219.29 to
32. doth not the, say, O, if I had this, what great
good I would accomplish? 224.8. to thee, my
exactions are lighter than a straw on a camel's
- Popes, priests,
archbishops, bishops cardinals and monks marched in
the procession of heaven, praying, singing and even
carrying burdens hundreds of years, for the
privilege of ultimately approaching the throne,
believing they were to look upon the very Creator,
- Port-au-gon. See under
- Possessions, he that
seeketh to glorify himself in his, bindeth himself,
100.2. I have more faith in my, than in Jehovih,
218.27 to 219.28. all, save wisdom and love, are but
vanity and vexation, 509.17. what are the, of the
earth but chains of bondage? 785.4.
- Possible, with Ormazd are
all things, 189.7; 366.6.
- Powder, angels taught
mortals how to make explosive, 445.19.
- Power is obtained more by
concerted oneness of purpose than by anything else
under the sun, 834.22.
- Practice, to utter words
but to, not, is of little value, 227.9. for above
all philosophy that many may preach, holdeth the
highest place, and is most potent, 253.15; 500.6, 8;
768.23; 791.19; 775.50. in fulfilling good works and
living up to My commandments shall be all that will
avail for the establishing of My kingdom on earth,
751.29. answer them not lest ye also, darkness,
- Pray, 748.17, 18.
- Prayer, L'hua'Mazda
explains, to Asha, 208, 209.8to 16; 227.5 to 9.
Capilya explains, 489.22 to 25; 52.9; 776.5. O that
thou knew where the virtue of, beginneth, 788.38,
39;801,.17. Han, king of the Sun, said: If there be
an Unseen Light, He will do His own way. What is the
use of praying to Him? 316.20. Ahura said: Why shall
I pray unto Thee? Thy ways are unalterable, and Thy
voice answereth me not, 488.8.
- Prayers of mortals as heard
by Cpenta-armij, 317, 318.5 to 12.
- Praying, by not, to the
Unseen, the Unseen will be forgotten, 317.23.
- Preachers, 200,000 sent to
De'yus' kingdom, 398.16 to 19; 226.14.
- Preaching, neither shall
there be, to them, nor praying for them. They are
tired of these things, 102.4. henceforth I will
neither preach nor hear, 559.41;706.22,23.
thereafter shall the virtue of, come to an end,
751.29. behold the day of, and professions is at an
end, 775.43,44, 50.
- Precipice, whoever hath
attained to the height of his own ideal is on the,
of hell, 240.15 ; 275.14;419.11.
- Pregnancy, thou shalt not
lie with thy wife during, 195.29; 372.18, 19. to
maintain sacred the maternal period, 490.32; 820.27;
- Presbyterians professed the
True Kriste, 769.17.
- Presence, objective and
subjective explained, 477,478.5 to 11; 547.9. Whose,
moveth all things in heaven and earth, 435.5;
734.59. by virtue of My, quickened I into life all
the living. Without seed created I the life that is
in them, 8.14. by My, I teach the bird to build its
nest. By My, I color one rose red and another white,
818.18 to 22; 911.9. I have no laws I do by virtue
of My own, 821.19.
- Presence, The Ever Living,
289.6; 657.109. The Ever Personal, 289.8.
- Present, The Ever Living,
- President, the, inspired to
free the slaves, 771.20 to 772.30.
- Priests, they take of them
that are born in darkness and raise up, 358.3.
- Primary Soul, chapter of
the, education in the, 287.9 to 288.19.
- Prince of Peace, behold all
ye four (Kriste, Brahma, Budha, and God Gabriel)
profess to be the, but ye carry concealed daggers,
and ye strike to death those who glorify the
- Principal, God said: As ye
declare the Creator to be but a, a nonenity, without
sense or unity of purpose, so shall mortals declare
of you all (Brahma, Budha, Kriste, Gabriel), 743.7
to 11. See also 561.10; 665.46; 722.28; 778.40, 42.
- Pro-creators, man and woman
are. Whom they beget are theirs, not for a day, but
forever! Take heed of thy offspring, O woman! Take
heed, O man, 116.3.
- Property, because of their
religion they could not own, 209.4.
- Prophecy, in regard to the
earth, 599 chap, vii; 601 chap. viii. there are two
kinds of: By the direct action of vortexian
currents, and by spirit speaking through the
prophet, 604 chap. x. college of, and rules in the
same, 604.1 to 5; 381.10; 784.20 to 23 ; 784.20.
- Prophet, the true, is such
as hath attained concordance, 603, 604.7 to 11. the
foundation for a good, and advice to a, 605.8 to 13.
in the hands of drujas, 800.11.
- Prosperity, for so I
created man, in, he idolizeth himself, 385.6; 389.9.
how strong we are in health and, and how weak in
adversity and death, 493.15. two precipices have I
left open for testing man's strength, and they are,
great, and great adversity, 419.11.
- Protection, have I made a
law that one king or one country shall protect
itself against another? 354.19; 807 chap, xxxiii.
- Protestants, 757.21.
- Proven, this only is: that
man is vain and conceited, desiring to make others
believe he is wise when he is not, 560.16.
- Proxy, 243.35 and note;
94.5, 6; 719.37.
- Purgation, the intermediate
world or place of, 913.8.
- Purgatory, worshippers of
Looeamong serving their bondage of 200 years (as
they verily believe in), 754.10; 378.3 and note.
- Purification is the first
law I give unto you, 707.1 to 9; 710.17. of thyself,
and the beginning of power, 919.15.
- Purity, without, no man can
see the Creator; with, all men can see Him and hear
- Pyramid, see heading, Book
of Lika, 465; 470.5; Plate 19, Remarks, 493. the
great. See under wisdom to all men, but cannot stay the withering of the flesh, and dies on the day he was 100 years old, 454.15 to 456.39. 's body spirited away by the angels, and Xaian crowned, second by the priests pretending it was, reincarnated; howbeit, they knew to the contrary, 457.4 to 8.">Thothma. (Panic) Sarji, sarguz,