- Races of Men: Asu, Druk,
Ground People, Half-breeds, Hoodas, I'hins, I'huans,
Listians, Mongrels, Monstrosities, Ongwees, Ghans,
Yaks. (See above names in this Index).
- Rain, how produced. The
earth does not attract the drops; they are
precipitated to the earth by the power of the
vortex, 585.32; 662.42. overlapping currents in the
vortex produce, 593.3;22.26; 103.21.
- Rainbow, 71.50, 51; 230.2.
- Rainy Day, 294.11.
- Raise, inasmuch as ye, up
them that are beneath you, so will I send them that
are above down to you to, you up also, 214.14.
- Rankness, man became on the
earth as a harvest that is blighted and rotted
because of its, 59.17.
- Raps, 380.6; 605.12.
- Rebecca, wife of Abraham's
son Isaac, 340 chap. xiii.
- Reciprocity, Te-in tells
his Lords what is righteousness, 424.10 to 17.
- Recollect, remember, O Man,
that couldst thou in a moment of time, all thou
hadst ever learned thou wouldst be wise indeed. Wert
thou in tune with thyself, such would be thy wisdom,
- Record, and God shall cause
a, to be kept in heaven, of his dominions and his
Lords, and a copy of these records shall be taken up
to My etherean kingdoms, 12.1, 2; 16.18, 19; 29.10,
17; 348.6; 523.16, 17.
- Red Hat, Thale crowned with
the, 346.15. See Hi-rom.
- Red Hats, Capilya's
rab'bahs put on, 486.2.
- Red Star, the earth of
- Re-incarnation, Jehovih
said: Each and every man-child and woman-child born
into life will I quicken with a new spirit, which
shall proceed out of Me at the time of conception.
Neither will I give to any spirit of the higher or
lower heavens power to enter a womb, or a fetus of a
womb, and be born over again, 10.21; 788.8; 546,
547.27, 28. neither created I him imperfectly, that
he should re-enter a womb and be born over again.
That which I do is well done, 456.31 to 36.
thousands of spirits dwelt in one corporeal body,
oft driving hence the natural spirit I gave in the
time of conception; and these mortals knew it not,
78.10. neither have I given progress to a stone, nor
to a tree, nor to an animal, 232.18; 914.30. as it
was in the olden time, so will it be ere another
generation pass away. Drujas will teach that the
spirits of the dead go into trees and flowers and
inhabit them, and into swine and cattle and birds,
and into woman, and are born over again in mortal
form, 254.18 to 20. what drujas call, in another
world, 258.8, 9; 178.11. drujas in Egupt watched
about when children were born, and obsessed them,
driving thence the natural spirit, and growing up in
the new body of the new-born calling themselves,
457.11,12; 621.116. they professed that they had
been re-incarnated many times, and that previously
they had been great kings or philosophers, 496.9,
12, 14, 15, 18.
- Re-incarnation, Osiris (the
false) discourseth on, to Thothma, 451.18, 19. all
men are re-incarnated over and over until perfected
to immortal flesh, 456.31 to 36. the, of Thothma by
the priests in the body of Xaian,456,457.1 to 8. they
flatter thee, telling thee thou wert this or that
great man in a former, 546.16. See also 235.11;
298.3; 462.18; 541.43, 44; 542.47; 543.17, 19;
544.25, 30, 31; 616.57;779.11;912.5.
- Rejoice, To, in Thy fruits
and flowers and all perfected things; to, in
delights, to teach others to, 510.25.
- Religion is the learning of
music (harmony) in a community, in which the rab'bah
is the key-note, 501.14. these are, 605.7. is rites and ceremonies in the discipline of a community,
708.2, 3, 6. to do good with all one's wisdom and
strength is the highest (Paine), 762.13. God giveth
a new, 794 chap, xix; 912.15.
- Religions that were good
for the ancients are worthless to-day, 560.19. these
(Brahmanism, Budhism, Christianity, and
Mohammedanism) have not saved from sin any nation or
city on the whole earth. They quarrel and kill for
their respective, 4.32, 33.
- Remorse, God revealeth the
cure for, 918, chap. x.
- Representative, to the
spirit a corporeal body is but a, being a manifested
production of a spirit, 109.11.
- Reprove, thou shalt not,
any man nor woman for their evil, for they are the
- Republic, the, established,
761 chap. xiii. a, cannot follow the highest light;
a, is not the all highest government, 856.2, 3, 9,
- Responsibility, no man can
turn away from, 159.17; 159.11.
- Responsible, thou art, for
all thou art and for all thou makest thyself and for
all that shall come to thee, and for thy peace and
happiness both in this world and the next, 823.1 to
- Resurrection, first, second
and third, 31, chap. xiv. every one shall work out
his own, both in this world and the next, 489.28.
Lika gives new grades in regard to, 495.8. God
discourseth on, 911 to 913, chaps, ii, iii; 210.8;
227.9; 501.13. cometh by reincarnation, 914.30.
- Revelation, any fixed,
could not be true because all the universe is in
constant progress, 742.8.
- Rib, of A'su, I cleft a,
and stood it up, saying: Be thou a man, upright in
likeness of thy God, 172.11. man inquired: But why
was not the truth told; Why the six days? And why
- Rich, for one man that is,
there are a thousand poor, 4.35. for it is also law,
that where there are, there must be poor, 706.14 to
16. and thy people shall hold all things in common,
being neither, nor poor, 780.15;793.12;915.14.
- Riches, a mortal man
striveth for, honorably, and when he is rich his,
cut him off from Me by the ruin he casteth upon his
competitors, nor can he extricate himself, 294.17.
make not a God of thy, 569.8; 518.5;
- Rich Man, what more is a,
than a watch dog? 323.6. for thousands of years have
they not been told; Except ye give up your riches,
ye cannot rise in heaven. But, behold, the, cannot
give up his riches, 442.10. the angels testified for
thousands of years that the, was crippling his own
soul? 511.31. to be a, is to deny goodness. Yea, by
the very act of possession is the testimony in the
opposite way, 512.34, 35; 652.28. God discourseth in
regard to, a, 782 chap. viii. neither came many who
were rich; hence the saying, the difficulty for a,
to enter the kingdom of heaven, 851.18, 19.
- Rich Men set value on
things they cannot retain, but during earth life at
- Right Road, 213.11; 240.12;
- Rights I know my, and dare
maintain them, 914.2,3.
- Rise, he who would, in
heaven, let him begin to, on earth, 227.9.
- Rites and Ceremonies, for
without discipline there is nothing; and discipline
cannot be without ceremony; nor ceremony without
rites and forms and established words, 52.8, 9; 102
to 106. See also 384.6; 631 to 659; 702.1; 735.27.
- Roman Catholics, the,
professed the True Kriste, 769.17.
- Roman Gods, the deposed
Vind'yu Gods became Gods of Roma, 721.17. Baal makes
an alliance with the, 724.14; 723.12; 729.10. Thoth
(Gabriel) silences the, and casts them into
- Rule, whence is this great
desire to, over others? 442.9.
- Rules of Light, 910.11 to
- Russians, origin of the,
- Rust, 595.17.