- Tae starts to found the
Father's kingdom on earth, 827 chap. i. gathers
orphan babes, castaway infants and foundlings a
great number, and Es comes to him, 827 chap. ii. 1
to 828.9. gathers more babes and issues a call for
fifty people, 828 chap. ii. 10 to 12. 's call
responded to by thousands, 828 chap. ii. 13. is told
by Jehovih to try them, and this he does, 828 chap.
ii. 15 to 19. is told by Sutta how to found the
Father's kingdom, 828.2 to 8. told by Aborn that
Sutta's project is a farce, and Aborn tells the only
way to accomplish the founding of the Father's
kingdom, 828, 829.9 to 17. is then told by Thurtis:
Hear me, that ye may understand, 829.18 to 28. is
then told by Amos what he is willing to do, 829.29
- Tae is told by physicians,
lawyers and teachers what they are willing to do for
the Father's kingdom, 829.32, 33. told by priests of
Brahma, then by priests of Budha, 829.34 to 830.62.
again inquires, and is told money and a good
plantation will do it; without them it cannot be
done, 830.63 to 65. inquires for leaders and finds
more than a thousand, 830.66 to 68. finds also
lecturers, teachers, advisers, trance and
inspiration speakers, but tells them that helpless
orphan babes care for none of these things, 830.69
to 831.74. makes one more appeal and gets his fifty
people, 831.75 to 85. takes his people to an
unoccupied country, and they covenant themselves
unto Jehovih, 831.1 to 834.46. and his host make the
covenant of brotherhood, 834 chap. vi. founds the
groups, 835 chap. vii. instructs the chiefs of the
groups in their duties, 836, 837 chap, viii, ix. and
his host, after duly weighing facts, make celibates
nurses and teachers of young children, 839.14 to
840.27. sends Es and a woman to Uz for more
children, 841.22 to 28. tells how the children were
timed and disciplined, 842 chap. xiii. tells how the
children took part in theatricals and in operatic
performances and in other ways, 844, 845 chap xv,
xvi. bequeaths unto all the children over fourteen
years of age the titles of Brides and Bridegrooms of
liberty, 845 chap, xvii. takes a group of children
to Uz, 848 chap. xviii. calls for volunteers to form
a new colony, 849 chap. xix.
- Taenas. See under God.
- Tah Tae, the chief prophet,
142.1 to 3. the highest general expression of
mankind, 550. (Panic) a representative man, 624.11.
the perfect man, 718.15.
- Take Care of Ourselves, We,
let others do the same and all will be well, 187.13;
- Talents, exercise of, to
continue in heaven, 142.2, 3; 76.8. Osire
discourseth upon, 166.20, 22; 199.4; 686 chap, viii;
851.16. the, I gave on corpor, I gave not to die on
corpor, but to continue on forever, 473.12 to 14. no
resurrection but by developing the, Jehovih created
unto all men, 766.26.
- Tattling, mortal,
mischievously a victim in the hands of drujas,
- Tattling Woman, The, is a
good home for drujas, 519.10; 193.4.
- Teaching, to induce men and
angels to find the way of resurrection, this is the
greatest of all, 131.1; 558.12.
- Teeth, with the coming of
the, thou shalt provide for their service also,
- Te-in, God (Yima) wrote in
the sand the word, 320,321.1,2,7,9, 12. God was
called, in those days in that country, 326.1;
- (Te-in) Hi-kas, a Lord of
Jehovih, whose heavenly place, under God, was over
Jaffeth speaks before Anuhasaj: "I am but as a child
in heaven, little more than 1000 years," 382.28 to
- (Te-in) Hi-kas is made
ruler of Jaffeth, and her heavens by Anuhasaj with
the title of Te-in, 386.8. descends to the earth
with his angel army to subdue his division to
De'yus. Jaffeth and her people described, 408 chap.
xxiv. by advice of Satan (self) cuts his kingdom off
from De'yus, and establishes himself as the Holiest,
All Highest Ruler of Heaven, 423 chap, xxxii. 's
Lords and their angels depart to the earth to subdue
it to, 424, 426 chap, xxxiii, xxxiv. subdues the
land of Jaffeth to himself, great wealth of its
cities, and magnificence of their temples, 443 chap.
xlv. 's generals and captains revolt and establish
kingdoms of their own, 462.14, 15. is cast into
hell, 463.21. delivered out of hell, but limpid,
helpless as water, without knowledge more than a
vessel of water, 507.5. speaks at the time of his
judgment and sentence, 510.27 to 512.37.
- Telescope, 156.2; 588.19;
596.6; 742.2; 758.24.
- Temper, better is it to
hide and subdue your, in the presence of the young
than to conquer a whole state by force of arms,
- Temple of Mouru, the extent
and magnificence of the, 247.8, 9.
- Tem'yi, the record of the
Great Serpent showed the firmament of, in the third
circuit of c'vork'um and dan'ha twenty-four, 17.29.
- Tetracts, the I'hins in the
different divisions of the earth shall remember the
seven, 73.68. these are the inheritances of all men,
nor is any one without them in some manner or
degree, 89.10, 11; 193.4; 167.14.
- Te Zee, king of A'shong,
investigates magicians and spirits of the dead,
540.17 to 545.3.
- Thale, a God of the earth
and her heavens, 343.4 to 346.16; 357.23 to 25.
- Thermometers in the cycle
of Osire, 156.2 (9000 to 12,000 years B.K.)
- Thief, a, carries his
stolen goods not only in this world, but in heaven
to the end of his memory, 253.9.
- Thoth, the highest man in
su'is, and he dwelleth in Arabin'ya, 413.12. the
first mortal servant of Osiris, in honor of whom
Thothma named himself, 450.14.
- Thoth, the Bertian, an
angel under Kabalactes, 725.22.
- Thoth (afterward Gabriel),
captain of Looeamong's hosts, 719.19. establishes
Looeamong with the Israelites as God the Lord, and
employs seven hundred thousand angels to be with
Ezra and his scribes to write and compile the Ezra
Bible, 725.27 to 31. captures Baal and all the false
Gods and puts them in hell, walling the place around
with fire and noxious gases, 732.21, 22. in
accordance with Looeamong's many promises to him,
now applies for Jerusalem and her heavens, and not
getting them, establishes himself, founding the
Mohammedan religion, 734 chap. xlix. raises upon the
earth Mohammed and inspires him through his angels,
735, 736.1,2. and the Triunes fight for 500 years,
and then divide up the earth and her heavens between
them, 737 chap. li. makes great inroads upon
Kabalactes and Ennochissa, 764.4.
- Thoth, the heavenly kingdom
of, alarmed at the airavagan of Litabakathrava, 753
chap. vi. sends an arrow-boat to Paradise to banter
this adventurous God to battle, 754.9. cast into
hell, delivered out of hell by God and judged by
Jehovih, 764 chap, xv, xvi, xvii.
- Thothma (Hojax), king of
Egupt, builder of the temple of Osiris commonly
called the Great Pyramid, 450.13, 14. at nineteen
attains to be an adept and ascends the throne,
450.15, 16. provides a dark chamber, and Osiris,
through his servant God Egupt, speaks to him, 451.17
to 24. ordered by Osiris to build a temple in the
form of a pyramid. "Measure for measure will I show
thee every part," 451.25 to 29. by command of
Osiris, drives out of Egupt all Faithists,
especially the Shepherd Kings who could not be made
slaves of, 451,452.1 to 7. with two hundred thousand
men and women in twenty four years completes the
temple. Manner of construction and material used,
452.8 to 453.19. goes into the chamber of Life and
Death (in the pyramid), leaving the four chief
priests in the Holy Chambers, and cast himself in
death (dormancy) by swallowing his tongue, 453.5.
spirit of, by command of Osiris, taken by Baal for
thirty days about in Osiris' heaven, also to the
hells of De'yus, and then brought back and shown how
to regain his body, 453.6 to 454.11. builds the
column of the stars and an observing column for the
sun, applies himself to imparting 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.
- Thoughts, the first,
second, third and fourth lowest, 916.5 to 8.
- Thou Thyself art but as a
seed, a spark of the All Light, that thou canst not
prove to exist, 554.24.
- Threads of light to every
person in the Temple of Jehovih made every spoken
word plain to all, 248.12; 73.19; 107.14; 202.1;
- Throne of God, thus was
established the first, in these heavens, 15.38.
- Thunder, vortexya in the
atmosphere will combine oxygen and hydrogen, and an
explosion unsueth which is called, 584.18.
- Thyself, thou shalt think
no more of, than as if thou wert dead, 204.17. for
from, thou canst never flee, 150.17.
- Tides, error in place of
truth in regard to, 586, 587.45 to 57; 591, 592.15
- Time, A, Jehovih appointeth,
unto all men, 476.4;811.33. the, of a thousand years
of darkness, 62 chap. iii.
- Tongues, ye shall begin to
speak with new, 220.2,4.
- Treasure, what, hath any
man that he can take out of the world? Better is it
to give it whilst one may, for to-morrow we die,
leaving it to them that earned it not, 484.13.
- Treasures, whoso layeth up,
in this world shall find no peace, 173.2. by the
loss of earthly, the soul seeketh for that which
will endure forever, 225.1.
- Tree of Everlasting Life,
the voice of the earth spake unto us, saying,
Partake ye, for indeed mine is the, 13.4, 5.
- Tree of Knowledge, partake
ye of all the fruits thereof, save of the, which is
the fountain of life. Partake ye not of this, lest
ye die, 13.3. the eye is the seed of the, 596.9. God
planteth the, in the land of Eden (Osiris Bible),
415.6 to 13.
- Tree of Life, which is both
good and evil; for in the day thou eatest thereof
thou shalt surely die, 415.9; 624.14.
- Tree of Light, the growth
of wisdom in man as the earth groweth older is the,
550. the seed of the, had been planted many times,
but the rankness destroyed it, 550.2. through Moses,
Capilya, and Chine the, was made everlasting on the
earth, 551.4, 5.
- Triangle, Sethantes
bestowed it upon Ha'jah, 34.6 to 8. the heirloom of
the Gods of earth, 54.17; 120.11. I'hua'Mazda makes
a, and explains it to Zarathustra, 192.4, 5. an
emblem of the first three worlds, 278.1, 2. a, came
and rested on Po's head, 320.7. Sam'tu (Panic),
Corpor, Es, and Eolin, 612.23. under Kabalactes
representing the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost,
701.23. in Shalam symbol of earth, sky and spirit,
- Trident, symbolical of the
Arc of Spe'ta, 357.23.
- Tried, oft it happeneth
that men are, in a way they know not the wisdom of,
but which afterwards we realize to be the best thing
that could have taken place, 510.16.
- Trinity, The, God's
prophecy in regard to, 696.30,31. the Father, Son
and Holy Ghost, 724.6; see 698 chap, xx; 719.15.
- Tripod, K'Sam (Panic),
symbol of earth, water and air. Without these three,
nothing can be born into life, 612.29.
- Triunes, 689, 690 chap,
xii, xiii; 695 chap, xviii; 698 chap, xx to xxiii;
719 chap, xxxviii to xli; 728 chap, xlv to xlviii;
736.21 to 745.21; 752 chap, iv to vii; 756 chap, ix,
x; 764 chap, xiv to xvii.
- Troy, two hundred vampires,
angels of lust, were set upon a prince of, and in
desperation he was driven to kidnap an Athenian
princess, 459.26; 272.12; 458.8.
- Truants, how thou followest
up Thy wayward children; Thy, that strive to go away
from Thee, 513.4, 5; 335.5.
- Truth, expounded shall
never die. 921.17.
- Truth and Wisdom, what
mattereth it whether we try or not to obtain,
- Try, Yaton'te said: To, and
to, and to, this is the sum of the good a man doeth,
- Tuff, eleven spells (33
years in a spell) one, 504.4.
- Tyrant, to dwell in a city
which is full of iniquity, thou shalt be a, over
thine heirs, restraining them from liberty, in order
to keep them from vice, 789.24.