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Dabaritta apostolic visit to, on second preaching tour, 149:0.1 (1668.1)

Dagon for the Philistines, Jeremiah’s proclamation about, 97:6.2 (1067.5)

Daily living, function of religion in, 155:3.7 (1727.7)
     toil, elevation of drudgery of, to a fine art, 133:4.8 (1475.1)

Dairy products as human food, 66:5.5 (746.3)
     use of, by Adamic offspring, 76:4.4 (851.2)

Dairymen priests of India nonreligious rituals of, 91:0.4 (994.4)

Dakota Black Hills Pacific Ocean’s eastward penetration to the, 60:2.4 (687.5)

Dalamatia basis for the “golden-age” legend, 68:1.7 (764.3)
     Chinese traditions as influenced by Andite traditions of, 79:7.4 (886.5)
     city of the Prince, description, 66:3.3 (743.4)
     codes of, the basis of Garden laws, 74:7.12 (836.1)
     confusion in, following instigation of rebellion, 67:5.1 (758.6)
     cultural remnants of, in Mesopotamia, 78:1.4 (868.6)
     culture, as affected by rebellion, 67:5.4 (759.2), 77:2.3 (856.6)
     defense of, against attack by semisavages, 67:5.2 (758.7)
     destruction of, and migration of disloyal staff, 67:4.2 (757.5)
     the home as an institution in, 84:7.8 (940.4)
     human evolution complicated by regime of, 81:2.20 (903.2)
     the law of, period of function, 66:7.16 (751.11)
     library, size of, 66:5.9 (746.7)
     life in, 66:7.0 (750.3–752.1)
     location of vestiges of, 78:7.7 (875.4)
     loss of the alphabet of, 77:4.7 (860.2)
     origin of the oath in, 70:11.3 (797.1)
     original taboo on man-eating in, 89:5.14 (980.3)
     population of, at outbreak of rebellion, 66:7.1 (750.3), 66:7.20 (752.1)
     and primary midwayers’ appearance, 77:0.2 (855.2)
     proposed functions of the tower built to take the place of, 77:3.4 (858.5)
     salvage of the ideas and ideals of, 78:1.12 (869.8)
     school graduates, activities of, 66:7.5 (750.7)
     schools, conjoint teaching of, by men and women, 66:7.6 (751.1)
     settlement of territory surrounding, 66:7.18 (751.13)
     the seven commandments of, as taboos, 89:1.4 (975.1)
     stretching Sumerian dynasties back to, 77:2.10 (857.7)
     submergence of, and moves of the Nodites, 77:3.1 (858.2)
     Sumerians’ devotion to traditions of, 78:8.1 (875.5)
     teachers, influence of, on coeducation, 70:7.14 (791.7)
          and initiation of social evolution, 68:0.3 (763.3)
     traditions of, among the Nodites and Amadonites, 73:1.2 (821.5)
     and woman’s activities, 74:3.5 (831.2)

Dalamatian(s) civilizations of, in southwest Asia, 79:0.1 (878.1)
     moral code, 88:2.5 (969.3)
     religious services of, 66:5.14 (747.4)
     teachings, and reduction of suicide, 70:10.10 (795.7)
          Urantia’s first religious revelation, 92:4.5 (1007.5)
     week introduced by the, 74:8.1 (836.14)

Daligastia Amadon unmoved by the sophistries of, 67:3.8 (757.1)
     angels’ perplexity over traitorous sin of, 67:4.6 (758.4)
     Dalamatia named in honor of, 66:3.3 (743.4)
     disaffection of, results of, 73:0.1 (821.1)
     efforts of, to hinder Van’s work, 73:2.5 (822.9)
     failure of, to influence Adam’s children, 75:2.1 (840.3)
     identification of, 66:2.2 (742.2)
     limitation of power of, over humans, 66:8.6 (753.2)
     Michael’s offer of mercy to, 53:8.6 (610.2)
     post-Pentecost attitude of, 53:8.7 (610.3)
     relation of, to councils of the one hundred, 66:5.1 (745.7)
     resistance of, to Adam’s world government, 74:5.5 (833.5)
     sexual reproduction by rebellious staffers and Andonite associates ordered by, 67:4.2 (757.5)
     Van’s indictment of, 67:2.2 (755.4)

Damascus advancement of the kingdom in, 167:0.3 (1833.3)
     businessmen, recognition of Jesus as a teacher by, 128:4.3 (1412.6)
     episode, Jesus and the, 128:4.0 (1412.4–1413.5)
     gate, on the way to Golgotha, 187:1.4 (2005.2)
     groups to see Jesus from, 140:7.2 (1578.3)
     Jesus’ caravan trip from Babylon to, 134:1.1 (1483.3)
          language achievement at, 130:0.4 (1427.4)
          recollections of his experience in, 136:8.4 (1520.5)
     merchant, business proposition of, to Jesus, 128:3.3 (1411.3)
     news of Jesus’ impending crucifixion carried to, 186:3.2 (2000.5)
     proposed religious school at, 128:4.1 (1412.4)
     the resurrection message carried to, 190:1.8 (2031.2)
     road, Paul’s experience on the, 100:5.3 (1099.1), 196:2.1 (2091.10)
     scribe, Jesus’ title during his Roman tour, 129:3.2 (1423.4)
          Paul’s ignorance as to the identity of the, 134:7.3 (1492.3)

Dan Jesus’ visit to, 134:7.5 (1492.5)
     parting of Jesus and Tiglath at, 134:8.10 (1494.3)

Dan of the Prince’s staff captain of the predatory animal council, 66:5.7 (746.5)
     rebellion of the group of, 67:4.1 (757.4)

Dance military origin of the, 70:2.2 (785.7)

Dancers professional, female shamans often, 90:1.3 (987.1)

Dancing human, and being placement, 44:1.10 (500.1)
          origin of, in worship festivals, 92:3.6 (1006.3)

Danger(s) brave adults and, 140:5.21 (1575.6)
     Jesus’ greatest, source of, 147:0.2 (1647.2)
     Pentecost’s influence on man’s ability to face, 194:3.12 (2064.4)
     personal, Jesus’ decision concerning, 136:7.1 (1519.5)
     of self-gratification, 84:8.0 (942.2–943.1)
     of the visit to Jerusalem, 162:1.0 (1788.5–1790.3)
     young people and, 140:5.21 (1575.6)

Daniel concept of, of the Messiah as the Son of Man, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
     influence of, 97:10.3 (1075.8)
     Jesus as Son of Man not that depicted by, 126:3.6 (1390.1)
     John the Baptist’s acquaintance with the records of, 135:3.2 (1498.1), 135:4.2 (1499.2)
     mention of the resurrection of the dead by, 137:7.6 (1534.5)
     Most Highs understood by, 43:3.4 (488.6)
     predictions of, apocalyptists’ dependence on, 135:5.2 (1500.2)
     presentation by, of the coming of the Messianic kingdom, 97:8.3 (1071.1)
     prophecy of, influence of, on John the Baptist, 135:3.3 (1498.2)

Danubian(s) -Andonite culture, mingling of, with the Nordic-Danish, 80:9.3 (897.6)
     Andonites, about, 80:8.0 (896.6–897.3)
     identity and achievements of, 80:8.4 (897.2)
     slaves, influence of, on Aegean culture, 80:7.6 (895.6)

Dark ages, European Christianity during the, 195:4.0 (2074.7–2075.3)
          ignorance and superstition of, 195:9.3 (2082.8)
          of an interregnum of wisdom, consequence of overfast cultural advancement, 118:8.6 (1302.3)
          of the postrebellion era, 64:6.29 (726.1), 66:5.27 (748.8), 67:6.3 (759.6)
          reversion to clan and tribal stage during the European, 71:1.24 (801.12)
          of theology in the east, between decline of Taoism and introduction of Buddhism, 94:6.12 (1034.7), 94:12.6 (1041.4)
     giant(s) of space, the center of the Angona system a, 57:5.4 (655.9)
          as energy way stations, 41:3.1 (458.1)
     gravity bodies, balancing effect of, 14:3.6 (156.3)
          comparative dimensions of, 14:1.16 (153.7)
          drawing power of, 11:8.7 (126.3)
          Paradise gravity complemented by, 11:8.2 (125.5)
          space motions of, 14:1.15 (153.6)
          surrounding Havona, function of, 14:1.14 (153.5)
     hour, and Spirit of Truth, 34:7.8 (383.2)
     islands, Andronover’s suns’ acquirement of, 57:4.2 (654.7)
          astronomic center of Satania, 41:1.5 (456.4), 41:2.2 (457.1)
          burned-out suns, 15:5.11 (171.6)
          and celestial star observers, 15:8.7 (176.2)
          classification of, 15:6.3 (172.5)
          composition of, 15:5.10 (171.5), 15:6.11 (173.1), 41:3.2 (458.2)
               as compared with Urantia, 15:5.10 (171.5)
          density of, 15:6.11 (173.1)
          as dynamos, 41:1.5 (456.4)
          factors in energy control, 41:1.5 (456.4)
          functions of, 15:5.5 (170.8), 15:6.11 (173.1), 41:1.5 (456.4)
          origin of, 15:5.10 (171.5), 41:0.2 (455.2)
     Neanderthaler fear of the, 64:4.13 (722.1)
     worlds, effect of, on electronic and ultimatonic activity, 42:4.9 (473.7)

Data census, indigenousness of, to superuniverses, 24:2.6 (267.4)
     conceptual, need to atone for a deficiency in, 103:6.12 (1137.2)
     cosmic, presentation of, in a revelation, 101:4.10 (1110.3)
     custodial, communicated among Thought Adjusters, 109:2.9 (1196.11)
     of a human life, possession of, by Universal Censors, 112:4.2 (1231.2), 112:4.12 (1231.12)
     indigenous, of morontia creations, 48:2.25 (544.8)
     physical and semi-intellectual, reporting of, by Unions of Days, 18:6.3 (212.5)
     regarding Thought Adjusters, assembly from various sources, 107:3.8 (1180.1)
     related, artistry in assembly and co-ordination of, 48:6.30 (554.4)
     respecting candidate for indwelling, Adjusters’ possession of, 108:1.2 (1185.4)
     scientific, role of, in material aspects of civilization, 81:6.8 (907.5)
     selection of, by Hearts of Counsel, in circuits of time, 28:5.15 (312.2)
     superuniverse and Havona, summary of, on Paradise, 25:5.3 (281.4)
     supplied by superuniverse reflectivity service, 108:1.8 (1186.6)
     vital, transmission of, from one reservist to another, 114:7.10 (1258.2)

Daughter(s) of Aaron, Elizabeth a descendant of, 135:0.4 (1496.4)
     of the Conjoint Actor, Divine Ministers, 3:1.8 (45.6)
     of early families, salability of, 84:7.14 (940.10)
     of God, children of the Spirit called, 38:2.2 (419.2)
          definition of, 33:3.4 (368.4)
          means of becoming a, 143:5.9 (1614.3), 150:5.3 (1682.5)
     of Herodias, impression on Herod of the, 135:12.6 (1508.6)
     of the Infinite Spirit, 35:1.1 (384.8)
          working union of Universe Son with, need for, 21:2.9 (236.7)
     Jairus’s, Jesus’ healing of, 152:1.1 (1699.1)
     of Jerusalem, weep not for me, 187:1.6 (2005.4)
     of the local universe, creation of, 32:2.7 (359.4)
     Material, creation of, 37:9.9 (415.1)
          see also Material, Daughters
     of men, intermarriage of Sons of God with, 77:4.5 (859.8), 148:4.7 (1660.6)
     of the Most High, Nalda to become a, 143:5.9 (1614.3)
     Spirits, essence of Infinite Spirit, 34:0.3 (374.3)
     of Zebedee, affection for Jesus of, 129:2.2 (1421.7)

David, the king army of, 97:9.5 (1072.3)
     building of a “divine” kingdom of Judah by, 97:9.11 (1073.1)
     compatriots’ making of, king of Judah, 97:9.7 (1072.5)
     concept of Jesus as the successor to, 122:8.4 (1351.8)
     daughter Michal’s dowry demanded of, 70:1.18 (785.1)
     defeat of the Philistines by, 97:9.11 (1073.1)
     and Goliath, as tribal duelists, 70:1.19 (785.2)
     greatest distortion of Jewish history related to, 97:9.5 (1072.3)
     house of, differing views of Joseph and Mary as to Jesus being of the, 126:3.10 (1390.5)
     Jesus’ disbelief in his sitting on the throne of, 126:3.6 (1390.1)
          quotation of the Psalm accredited to, 174:4.6 (1901.6)
          reference to breaking of the Jewish law by, 147:6.4 (1654.3)
     kingdom of, Messiah’s purported purpose to restore the, 162:2.3 (1791.1)
     many opportune marriages of, 97:9.10 (1072.8)
     not an ancestor of Joseph, 122:1.1 (1344.4), 122:4.3 (1347.5)
     and the numbering of Israel, 142:3.9 (1599.1)
     throne of, apostles’ belief in the kingdom of heaven as the restoration of, 140:8.1 (1579.3)
          Jesus’ purpose as to, 136:9.5 (1522.4)
          mistaken belief in Son of Man’s sitting on the, 176:2.3 (1914.4)
     two different Old Testament accounts of the kingmaking of, 97:9.8 (1072.6)

David Zebedee activities of, after the crucifixion, 171:1.5 (1869.1), 190:2.2 (2031.6)
     advised of progress of plan to kill Jesus, 178:2.3 (1932.6)
     assistance of Jesus by, 145:1.1 (1628.4)
     attempt of, to dissuade Jesus from going into the hills alone, 177:0.3 (1920.3)
     belief of, as to Jesus’ death, 177:3.3 (1923.4)
     closing of the Pella camp by, 171:1.4 (1868.6)
     the dependable, 186:3.0 (2000.4–2001.3)
     desire of, to establish encampment at Capernaum, 152:2.1 (1700.2)
     direction of Peter to Andrew’s hiding place by, 184:2.9 (1981.3)
     emergency council call by, 154:5.1 (1720.4)
     employment at fishing of, 149:0.4 (1668.4)
     farewell of, to Jesus, 182:2.10 (1967.5)
     at the home of Nicodemus, 188:3.3 (2014.6), 189:4.2 (2025.3)
     host of the Pella camp, 165:4.5 (1821.5)
     inclination of, to believe the story of Jesus’ resurrection, 190:1.2 (2030.1)
     interest of, in Jesus as a mechanic, 129:1.12 (1421.2)
     Jesus’ fishing trips with, 154:2.3 (1718.4)
          praise of the service and devotion of, 182:2.10 (1967.5)
          promise to, of service in the eternal kingdom, 182:2.10 (1967.5)
          request of, for a messenger to go to Abner, 182:2.5 (1966.5)
     last address of, to the messenger corps, 190:1.4 (2030.3)
     and leadership provision for the messenger corps, 154:5.3 (1720.6)
     maintenance of headquarters for work of the kingdom by, 149:0.4 (1668.4)
     marriage of, to Ruth, 190:1.10 (2031.4)
     messengers of, arrival of, at Zebedee home, 154:6.11 (1723.2)
          communication between evangelist groups provided by, 150:6.2 (1683.4)
          detail of six, to maintain contact with Jesus, 154:7.2 (1723.5)
          report of, to believers’ conference, 159:6.2 (1771.3)
     messengers’ confidence in, 190:1.6 (2030.5)
     one of the few to believe in Jesus’ resurrection, 186:3.4 (2001.2), 188:1.8 (2013.7)
     opening of home of, to Zebedee and Salome, 138:5.4 (1542.5)
     plan of, for reunion of Jesus’ family, 157:0.1 (1743.1)
     presence of, at the Bethany appearance of the morontia Jesus, 190:2.6 (2032.4)
          in Jerusalem during the last tragic week, 171:1.5 (1869.1)
     reaction of, to Jesus’ query about his family, 177:5.1 (1927.2)
     rebukes the apostles’ skepticism, 190:1.3 (2030.2)
     relinquishment of Pella equipment funds to Judas by, 172:2.3 (1880.4)
     report to Jesus by, of Judas’s betrayal plan, 182:2.5 (1966.5)
     return of, to Bethsaida, 163:5.2 (1806.3)
     sale of the camp equipment by, 171:1.4 (1868.6)
     secret camp of, after Jesus’ crucifixion, 186:3.1 (2000.4)
     sending out messengers by, with news of Jesus’ death, 187:6.1 (2011.5)
          with news of the resurrection, 190:1.5 (2030.4)
     a son of Zebedee, 129:1.5 (1420.2)
     summoning of Jesus’ family to Jerusalem, 177:3.3 (1923.4)
     supervisor of the Bethsaida camp, 148:0.5 (1657.5)
     taking over of apostolic funds from Judas by, 178:2.10 (1933.7)
     treatment of Kirmeth by, 148:8.3 (1666.2)
     welcoming of Jesus and the twelve to the new camp by, 176:2.9 (1915.6)

Davidic king question as to the Messiah’s being a, 135:9.5 (1505.5)

Dawn of civilization, 68:0.0 (763.1–771.1)
     of the human species, 12:7.9 (138.4)
     mammals, 62:2.0 (703.5–704.5)
          birth of superior twins to a pair of, 62:3.1 (704.6)
          extinction of, 62:3.4 (705.3)
          flesh eaters, 62:2.1 (703.5)
          mid-mammals as compared with, 62:3.3 (705.2)
          origin of, 61:6.1 (700.2), 62:2.0 (703.5–704.5), 62:4.6 (707.5)
          species, hairbreadth escapes of lemurlike mother of the, 62:3.9 (705.8)
          time span between human beings and, 62:4.6 (707.5)
          twins, ancestors of mid-mammals, 62:3.1 (704.6)
               characteristics of, 62:3.2 (705.1)
     races, of early man, 62:0.0 (703.1–710.7)
          of man, the two pursuits of, 50:5.4 (576.7)
          species ancestor of, only living, 65:2.7 (732.5)

Day(s) absence of, on Jerusem, 46:1.4 (519.5)
     after day is alike—just life or the alternative of death, 48:6.37 (555.5)
     of atonement, ceremonies of, misrepresentation of the attributes of the Father by the, 134:9.3 (1494.6)
          fifth feast of commemoration, 123:3.5 (1359.6)
          Jesus’ and John Zebedee’s presence at the services of, 134:9.3 (1494.6)
               reaction to ceremonies of the, 134:9.3 (1494.6)
     of consecration, for the twelve, 140:9.0 (1583.7–1584.3)
     is as a thousand years, 14:1.12 (153.3)
     Jesus’ baptism and the forty, 136:0.0 (1509.1–1523.6)
     of judgment, Zoroaster’s teachings regarding the, 95:6.6 (1050.2)
     and month, analogousness of, possible future, 57:6.3 (657.6)
     and night, knowledge of God shown by, 131:2.2 (1444.2)
     of Pentecost, brightness and joy of the, 194:3.2 (2062.11)
          planetary adjudication of Urantia on the, 77:7.2 (863.3)
     of salvation for Jew and gentile, scriptural prediction of, 190:5.4 (2035.1)
     Salvington, in terms of Urantia time, 33:6.7 (372.2)
     Satania, in terms of Urantia time, 33:6.9 (372.4), 46:1.2 (519.3)
     standard, of Nebadon, 33:6.7 (372.2)
          on Orvonton, length of, 15:7.2 (174.2)
          Paradise-Havona, length of, 14:1.12 (153.3)
     time of the beginning of the Jewish, 179:0.1 (1936.1)
     of tragedy, for a whole universe, 187:6.3 (2011.7)
     the, which a young man spent with God in the hills, 177:1.3 (1921.1)

Daynals activities of, in second circle of the Sons, 46:5.13 (524.4)
     advancement of, in local universe service, 20:8.1 (231.1)
     functions of the, 20:7.3 (230.5), 35:0.7 (384.7)
     Havona name for Trinity Teacher Sons, 20:7.1 (230.3)
     local universe ministry of, 20:8.0 (231.1–4)
     Orvonton name for, 20:7.1 (230.3)
     Paradise Sons, third order of, 35:0.1 (384.1)
     planetary service of, 20:9.0 (231.5–232.3)
     relation of, to local and superuniverse administrations, 20:7.3 (230.5)
     Salvington name for, 20:7.1 (230.3)
     spiritual influence utilized by, 20:7.5 (230.7)
     the Trinity Teacher Sons, 20:1.4 (223.9)

Deaconesses designation of women teachers of Christian church, 150:1.3 (1679.2)

Dead adjudication of the, time of first planetary, 49:5.22 (567.2)
     of an age, beginning ascension of the, 193:0.5 (2053.1)
     ancients’ belief in necessity for marriage of the, 82:3.8 (916.4)
     bodies, man’s fear of, 87:1.4 (958.6)
     calling to record of the, archangels’ part in, 37:3.6 (409.3)
     the Father not the God of the, 174:3.2 (1900.2)
     fear of the, by primitive man, 69:5.9 (776.7), 87:0.1 (958.1)
     Jews’ immediate burial of their, 167:4.3 (1837.2)
     level of consciousness, trusting to Adjusters of mind matters beyond, 110:4.4 (1207.4)
          of evil inertia, created by sin, 182:1.8 (1965.2)
     men’s bones, and whited sepulchres, 166:1.5 (1826.2)
     the, not judged by Teacher Sons, 20:9.2 (231.6)
     raising of the, Jesus’ reputed, at Nain, 146:6.2 (1645.3)
     refrainment from touching the, a Nazarite requirement, 135:1.1 (1496.6)
     repersonalization of, on the third day, 49:6.9 (569.4)
     resurrection of the, and Life Carriers, 47:3.2 (532.8)
     Sea, Engedi near the, 135:1.1 (1496.6), 135:2.3 (1497.5)
          flowing of Jordan into the, 124:6.5 (1374.5)
          sluggish waters of the, 124:6.8 (1375.2)
          valley of the, climate of, 124:1.9 (1367.5)
     spirits of the, noncommunication with humans by, 146:7.2 (1646.3)
     supposed spirits of, rebellious midwayers’ impersonation of, 146:7.1 (1646.2)
     theory, powerlessness of, 34:6.6 (380.7)
     truth, holding of, only as a theory, 180:5.2 (1949.4)
     vaults of space, 8:1.4 (91.1)
     words of another generation, not the authority of truth, 159:4.7 (1768.3)

Deadening drug Jesus’ refusal to drink the, 194:3.4 (2063.2)

Dean of the apostolic corps, Andrew the, 139:1.3 (1549.1)

Death
     announcement to Jairus of his daughter’s, 152:1.1 (1699.1)
     Avonals’ nonexperience of, when on incarnation missions, 52:4.3 (594.6)
     of believers at the hands of religious dictators, 178:1.9 (1930.6)
     cords of, technique of cutting the, 131:4.7 (1449.2)
     -dealing rays of the sun, 58:2.4 (666.1)
     of a grain of wheat, to live again, 174:5.8 (1903.5)
     incompatibility of life and, 175:1.2 (1905.4)
     intellectual (mind), a definition, 112:3.3 (1230.1)
     Lao-tse’s definition of, 94:6.5 (1033.8)
     and life eternal, supremacy of Ancients of Days in matters of, 15:12.2 (180.3)
     life in Havona not subject to, 14:4.9 (157.1)
     man’s only method of avoiding the experience of, 110:5.2 (1208.1)
     midsoniters not subject to, 36:4.4 (400.8)
     of one’s fondest hopes, necessity for, 48:6.36 (555.4)
     overthrow of, 180:6.7 (1952.3)
     penalty, cannibalism a means of group execution of the, 89:5.9 (979.8)
          crimes receiving the, in the continental nation, 72:10.1 (818.4)
          limitation of Jews’ infliction of the, 162:3.3 (1793.2)
     physical (body and mind), a definition, 112:3.4 (1230.2)
     in physical battle, vs. death all alone for the love of truth, 143:1.6 (1608.3)
     property as related to, three stages of, 69:9.9 (781.3)
     scene of a nation, Jesus’ view of, 186:2.4 (1999.4)
     of sectors of time, 32:5.4 (364.6)
     sentence, Jewish law regarding the, 184:4.1 (1984.2)
     slow, threat of, to Christianity, 195:9.10 (2083.6)
     spiritual, equivalent of, 102:2.7 (1120.4)
          nondependence of, on continuation of physical mechanisms, 112:3.2 (1229.9)
     spiritual (soul), a definition, 112:3.2 (1229.9)
     three kinds of, 112:3.2–4 (1229.9–1230.2–4)
     two difficulties involved in a human’s understanding of, 112:5.11 (1233.7)
     Urantians’ general recognition of but one kind of, 112:3.1 (1229.8)

Death—Fears and Superstitions
     ancients’ efforts to prevent, 87:1.1 (958.3)
     ceremonies, civilized man’s consumption of wealth on, 87:2.10 (960.4)
     chambers, civilized man’s customs as to, 87:1.4 (958.6)
     disease and, the shamanic theory of, 90:3.0 (989.3–990.5)
     and dog howling at night, 69:7.4 (778.7)
     early Andonites’ vague ideas of survival after, 63:3.5 (713.5)
          fear of, reason, 87:1.3 (958.5)
     fear, an antidote for, 86:4.2 (953.1)
     and ghost fear, 87:1.0 (958.3–959.1)
          placation, 87:2.0 (959.2–960.4)
     natural, ancient custom to compensate for, 88:4.7 (971.1)
          belief as to spirit influence in, 86:3.3 (952.5)
          primitive man’s logical explanation of, 89:2.2 (975.6)
          the savage’s inability to comprehend, 88:4.7 (971.1)
     nonviolent, a mystery to primitive peoples, 86:3.1 (952.3)
     presents to priests, purpose of, 69:5.9 (776.7)
     primitive man’s beliefs concerning, 90:3.3 (989.5)
     the supreme shock to evolving man, 86:3.1 (952.3)
     survival after, promise of, by mystery cults, 121:5.11 (1337.7)
     from three to seven times, ancient man’s belief in, 86:4.6 (953.5)
     through fear on the violation of a taboo, 89:1.2 (974.4)
     violent, civilization as man’s insurance against, 68:1.2 (763.5)

Death—of Individuals
     of Abel, how his parents learned of the, 76:2.7 (849.1)
     of Adam, cause of, 76:5.5 (852.4)
          effect of, on his people, 76:3.2 (849.5)
          and Eve, 76:5.0 (851.7–853.1)
     of Amos, Jesus’ baby brother, 127:3.13 (1400.5)
     of Andrew, 139:1.12 (1550.3)
     of Elizabeth, 135:4.1 (1499.1)
     experience of, by Material Sons, occasion of, 31:5.2 (349.2)
     fate of Caligastia’s disloyal staff, 67:4.4 (758.2)
     of James Zebedee, 77:8.12 (865.5), 139:3.5 (1553.1)
     of John the Baptist, 135:12.0 (1508.1–7), 144:9.1 (1627.6)
          Herodias’s plan for, 135:12.6 (1508.6)
          Jesus gets news of, 135:12.7 (1508.7), 144:9.1 (1627.6)
          John’s disciples’ puzzlement over Jesus’ nonprevention of, 141:1.4 (1588.2)
     of John Zebedee, natural, 139:4.15 (1555.8)
     of Joseph, Jesus’ father, 122:5.2 (1348.2), 126:2.0 (1388.1–1389.3)
          an occurrence of the natural order, 126:2.2 (1388.2)
     of Judas Iscariot, 139:12.13 (1567.6), 186:1.7 (1998.5), 193:4.13 (2057.1)
     of Lazarus, 168:0.6 (1842.6), 168:5.3 (1849.7)
     of Mary, the mother of Jesus, 187:4.7 (2009.6)
     material, termination of planetary life of unwise Material Sons by, 51:1.4 (581.1)
     of Matthew, 139:7.10 (1560.6)
     of Nathaniel, 139:6.9 (1559.4)
     natural, of corporeal staff rebels, 67:4.4 (758.2)
          nonimmunity to, of evolutionary planetary children of an Adam and Eve, 51:1.8 (581.5)
     of Philip, 139:5.12 (1558.1)
     of Philip’s wife, 139:5.11 (1557.5)
     of Simon Peter, 139:2.15 (1552.4), 163:7.3 (1808.5)
     of Simon Peter’s wife, 163:7.3 (1808.5)
     of Simon Zelotes, 139:11.11 (1565.8)
     of Thomas Didymus, 139:8.13 (1563.1)
     of Zacharias, 135:2.0 (1497.3–6)

Death—of Jesus
     accomplishments of Jesus, vs. those of his life, 171:4.9 (1872.6)
     the angel’s message to Jesus regarding his, 182:3.6 (1969.1)
     and ascension, Mary’s evidence of faith in Jesus’ statement about his, 172:1.6 (1879.4)
     of the bestowal Son, purpose of, 20:6.6 (229.5), 52:5.4 (596.2), 183:1.2 (1972.1)
     of bestowal Sons, not always tragic, 20:6.6 (229.5)
     of Christ, the fact of the, vs. the truth of his life, 143:5.11 (1614.5)
     of Christ Michael on Urantia, significance of, 21:4.5 (240.1)
     Christ’s tragic and sorrowful, vs. his happy and God-revealing life, 143:5.11 (1614.5)
     of the creature, the Creator dying the, 187:3.1 (2008.2)
     on the cross, dangers in trying to escape the errors associated with the, 188:4.2 (2016.7)
          Jesus’, an exemplification of love, 188:5.2 (2018.1)
               a factor in the gospel, 194:2.8 (2061.6)
          Jesus’ willing submission to, 187:0.3 (2004.3), 187:5.6 (2011.2)
          meaning of the, 188:4.0 (2016.6–2017.8)
          not atonement for man’s racial guilt, 188:4.1 (2016.6)
          the triumph of, 188:5.6 (2018.5)
     desire of Jesus to meet the full human experience of, 187:2.3 (2007.2)
     his followers’ belief in Jesus as triumphant over, 171:3.5 (1871.2)
     ignoble, women’s reaction to Jesus’ subjection to an, 187:1.6 (2005.4)
     of Jesus, God did not will, 183:1.1 (1971.6), 186:5.2 (2002.3)
          a man-managed affair, 186:5.1 (2002.2)
          nondependence of salvation for mortals on the, 186:5.9 (2003.3)
          presence of Simon of Cyrene during the, 187:1.10 (2006.3)
          reason for Jewish leaders’ determination to accomplish the, 162:2.6 (1791.4)
          relation of, to the Passover, 186:5.0 (2002.2–2003.3)
     for Jesus, Sanhedrin’s previous decrees of, 184:3.1 (1982.2)
     of Jesus, the triumph of, effect, 188:5.6 (2018.5)
     Jesus’ experience of, 129:4.5 (1425.4)
          human desire to escape from the suffering and sorrow of, 182:3.9 (1969.4)
          ignominious, necessity of portraying, 175:2.3 (1909.3)
          mastery of life in, 194:3.3 (2063.1)
          refusal to extricate himself from conspiracy leading to his, 183:1.2 (1972.1)
          talk about his, 161:2.6 (1786.1)
          undaunted faith in face of ignominious, 196:0.5 (2087.5)
          understanding of the type of his imminent, 186:2.1 (1999.1)
     the manner of Jesus’, his personal ministry to mortals, 186:5.3 (2002.4)
     the Master’s, David’s messengers sent with news of, 187:6.1 (2011.5)
          illumination of the gospel by, 186:5.4 (2002.5)
          importance of perceiving the significance of, 188:4.2 (2016.7)
          those present at, 187:3.0 (2008.2–7), 187:5.4 (2010.5)
     and resurrection, Jesus’ prediction of his, 158:2.2 (1754.2), 158:6.5 (1759.1), 172:1.6 (1879.4), 182:2.5 (1966.5), 189:4.10 (2026.4)
          John’s recalling of Jesus’ prediction of his, 191:0.2 (2037.2)
          strained relations between Jesus and his family until after his, 138:0.1 (1538.1)
     sentence, Pilate’s attempt to avoid pronouncing on Jesus the, 185:2.8 (1990.4)
          Sanhedrin’s inability to pronounce and execute the, 185:2.5 (1990.1)
     significance of the manner in which Jesus met, 188:4.12 (2017.7)
     of the Son of Man, prediction of, 180:6.7 (1952.3), 182:2.6 (1967.1)
     without trial, Jesus’, Sanhedrin’s proposal of, 168:3.2 (1847.2)
     violent, not necessary that bestowal Sons undergo a, 20:6.6 (229.5)

Death—Natural
     the Adjuster’s departure from the mortal host at, 112:4.1 (1231.1)
     a definition, 14:5.10 (159.6), 48:0.2 (541.2)
     deliverance, Adjuster’s necessary wait for, 110:7.6 (1213.1)
     a desirable attitude for mortals to take toward, 55:2.6 (623.6)
     the destiny of all creatures, 131:9.4 (1453.2)
     diminishment of, during post-Teacher Son era, 52:7.4 (598.7)
          in era of light and life, 49:6.21 (570.10), 55:2.8 (624.2)
     and emancipation of mortals from bonds of the flesh, 49:6.1 (568.4)
     as a form of sleep, Jews’ reference to, 167:4.6 (1837.5)
     and “giving up the ghost,” 86:5.2 (954.1)
     God-serving mortals’ passage through the portals of, 133:4.4 (1474.4)
     of human beings, reason for, 32:5.4 (364.6)
     inability of, to transform material mind into perfected spirit, 48:0.2 (541.2)
     inescapable, the sole possibility of, 12:9.6 (142.1)
     inevitability of, a constant mystery to man, 86:3.1 (952.3)
     the inexplicable, 86:3.0 (952.3–6)
     influence of, on families, 142:7.12 (1604.7)
     and interruption of strivings for spiritual attainment, 45:7.1 (517.3)
     the last act in the mortal drama, 188:4.2 (2016.7)
     to life, passage from, 155:6.3 (1731.1)
     man’s fate in the material realm, 101:10.4 (1116.5)
     mind and spirit, survival of, in, 12:8.16 (141.1)
     and morontia consciousness of survival, 48:7.25 (557.9)
     mortal, vs. attainment rest, 26:11.7 (297.4)
          a definition, 47:10.7 (540.3)
          preparation for, 176:3.6 (1917.2)
     natural, experience of mortals with personal guardians, 30:4.11 (341.1)
          mortals carrying on lifework in view of inevitable, 176:3.3 (1916.3)
          significance of, to humans, 176:4.7 (1919.4)
     no system entirely free from, 55:2.8 (624.2)
     a part of life, 188:4.2 (2016.7)
     phenomenon of, 112:3.0 (1229.8–1230.5)
     physical, and conventional idea of angels, 39:5.11 (438.4)
          a definition, 112:3.4 (1230.2)
          Jesus’ freedom from fear of, 179:2.3 (1938.2)
     physical body’s nonsurvival in, 12:8.16 (141.1)
     shock of, fostering of religion by, 86:3.1 (952.3)
     significance of, to the materialist, 102:0.1 (1118.1)
     sleep of, nonexistence of time during, 168:2.9 (1846.8), 188:3.9 (2015.5)
     and translation, in the era of light and life, 55:2.0 (623.1–624.6)
     of a will creature, time of registration of, by Census Directors, 24:2.7 (267.5)

Death—Survival
     ascenders’ fraternization after, 30:4.10 (340.12)
     ascending pilgrim’s first transition, 26:11.8 (297.5)
     assurance of survival after, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
     Christianity’s offer of salvation from, 121:5.14 (1337.11)
     conditions requisite for immediate survival after, 112:4.12 (1231.12)
     vs. enseraphiming, 39:2.11 (430.7)
     guardian angels after, 113:6.0 (1246.5–1247.8)
     a man’s spirit journey, 131:8.6 (1452.4)
     material, and mansion world resurrection, 73:6.8 (826.5)
     material mind cannot survive, 1:3.7 (26.1)
     mortal, provision for probationary survival of nonstatus children in, 47:2.1 (531.5)
     mortals’ immediate careers subsequent to, 49:6.10 (569.5)
     of nonsurviving mortals, and Adjusters’ future, 40:4.1 (444.4)
     passage of believers from, to light and life, 147:3.3 (1649.3)
     penalty, soul’s chance for heavenly mercy not prejudiced by the, 133:4.12 (1475.5)
     of primitive men, and election of, for Spirit fusion, 52:1.6 (590.2)
     promise to believers of immunity from, 162:7.5 (1797.2)
     racial differences after, 48:6.22 (553.3), 49:5.20 (566.8)
     redemption from, God’s promise of, 131:2.13 (1446.2)
     and resurrection, the pilgrim’s only gain between time of, 47:3.7 (533.5)
     second, no resurrection from the, 47:2.7 (532.5)
     seraphim’s importance to mortal creatures’ survival of, 27:1.3 (299.3)
     soul survives, 0:5.10 (8.10)
     survival of, by mortals as morontia creatures, 5:6.5 (70.6)
          in relation to the indwelling spark of divinity, 132:3.6 (1459.6)
     -survival concept, 86:4.0 (952.7–953.7)
     survival of spiritual values of experience of nonsurviving mortal at, 16:9.3 (195.9)
     termination of probationary children’s careers by, 47:2.7 (532.5)
     there shall be no more, 27:1.5 (299.5)
     transcendence of, by the selfhood of survival value, 112:2.20 (1229.7)

Deathless state blessedness of those having insight into the, 131:3.7 (1447.4)

Deathwatch soldiers’ preparation for the, at Golgotha, 187:3.4 (2008.5)

Debate of apostles and associates, over interpretation of parable of the sower, 151:2.4 (1690.2)
     cleverness of Jesus in, 149:4.5 (1674.1)

Debater Simon Zelotes a great, 139:11.6 (1565.3)

Debating society inefficiency of, in peace and war, 70:5.5 (789.3)

Deborah and Barak, Jesus’ recall of the defeat of Sisera by, 126:1.2 (1387.2)
     Joanna’s reference in Sabbath service to, 150:3.1 (1680.3)
     military cruelty of, 70:1.17 (784.13)

Debt(s) collectors, secret clubs as, 70:7.18 (792.3)
     to God, the Master’s death not to pay mankind’s supposed, 188:4.3 (2016.8)
     public, in the continental nation, 72:7.7 (815.7)
     sacrifice, identification of, 89:4.2 (977.4)
     slavery to, modern man’s, 69:8.10 (780.1)

Decadence spiritual, Christianity’s experience with, 195:4.4 (2075.2)

Decapolis cities of, Amos’s spread of news of his healing to all the, 151:6.8 (1697.1)
          as seen by Jesus from the Nazareth hill, 123:5.12 (1363.5)
          work of Jesus and the twenty-four in, 144:6.13 (1626.1)
     coming of throngs from, to hear John the Baptist, 135:7.3 (1503.3)
     Jesus’ and the apostles’ retirement to the, reason, 142:8.5 (1606.2)
     tour, 159:0.0 (1762.1–1771.6)
          absence of miracles on, 167:0.2 (1833.2)

Decay life in Havona not subject to, 14:4.9 (157.1)
     mortal, of Jesus’ body, avoidance of, 189:2.7 (2023.6)

Deccan the Aryan influence on, 79:4.3 (882.3)
     Dravidian culture centers along the rivers of the, 79:3.6 (881.6)
     early population pressure into the, 79:2.5 (880.3)
     inferior religions of the, pagan momentum of, 79:4.7 (882.7)
     influx of Andites into the, 79:2.5 (880.3)
     inroads from the, into cult of the Aryans, 94:2.2 (1028.5)
     modern survival of Dravidian civilization in the, 79:3.8 (881.8)
     penetration of Salem missionaries into the, 94:2.1 (1028.4)
     religions of the, penetration of the north by, results, 94:2.5 (1029.3)
     secondary Sangik substratum present among peoples of the, 80:2.3 (890.7)
     source of doctrine of reincarnation of souls, 94:2.3 (1029.1)

Deceit one of man’s greatest passions, 131:6.2 (1450.6)

Deception(s) of evil, vs. the power of truth, 179:4.5 (1941.2)
     need for avoidance of, with children, 140:5.14 (1574.7)
     shamans and the practice of, 90:1.3 (987.1)

Decimal constitution of energy, universal manifestation of, 42:9.1 (479.6)
     construction of local universes, 42:7.4 (477.6)
     planet(s), Caligastia’s interest in serving on a, 66:1.3 (741.5)
          every tenth world a, 40:5.18 (447.3), 58:0.1 (664.1)
          Life Carriers’ experimentation in life designs for, 36:2.15 (398.2)
               work on, 49:5.11 (565.12)
          life-experiment planets, 36:2.15 (398.2), 38:9.2 (424.2)
          midway creatures’ universal appearance on, 38:9.2 (424.2)
          modification of life designs for, 36:2.15 (398.2)
          Urantia a, 36:2.15 (398.2), 38:9.2 (424.2), 57:8.8 (661.2)
     system, in build-up of the Jerusem weight “gradant,” 46:1.2 (519.3)
          inherent in physical universes, 36:2.11 (397.11)
          relation of, to energy, matter, and the material creation, 42:9.2 (479.7)

Decision(s) -actions, mortal, the Supreme Being’s dependence on, 112:5.5 (1233.1)
     and Adjuster function, 110:6.6 (1210.1)
     of Andon and Fonta, and their Thought Adjuster indwelling, 65:4.9 (735.8)
     Andrew’s ability to make prompt, 139:1.5 (1549.3)
     circle-making influence of, 110:6.6 (1210.1)
     -conduct, relation of will to, 130:2.7 (1431.2)
     courageous, man’s lack of, 110:4.5 (1207.5)
     creature, experiential Deity presence as influenced by, 13:4.4 (150.3)
     and eternal life, 2:3.4 (37.2)
     final, limitations in the soul’s ability to make, 111:3.2 (1219.1)
          reservation of, by Universal Father, 3:6.1 (52.4)
     First and Third Source personalities’ endowment with power of, 9:8.12 (106.10)
     God-seeking, humans’ steadfast making of, 112:2.20 (1229.7)
     human, changing man’s will and, 170:4.7 (1863.5)
          effect of, on Adjuster function, 110:6.5 (1209.5)
          survival dependence upon, 110:3.2 (1205.6)
     idea, vs., 101:7.1 (1113.7)
     impartial, moral, parables, and the making of, 151:3.8 (1692.7)
     importance of, to the molding of a spiritual character, 117:5.13 (1287.4)
     of Jesus, as to use of the celestial hosts, 136:5.0 (1516.1–1517.2)
     Jesus’ making of, all through his human life, 196:0.14 (2090.1)
          organization of his intellect by, 127:2.12 (1398.4)
          six great, during his forty days’ isolation, 136:5.0 (1516.1–1523.6)
     man’s growth as a result of his, 117:3.6 (1282.1)
     moral, Adjuster’s inability to invade the mind prior to its making a, 108:2.4 (1187.3)
          a characteristic power of a being with will, 36:3.8 (400.3)
          Jesus’ first, 123:2.1 (1357.5)
          necessity of, for eternal survival, 130:2.9 (1431.4)
     more decisions, and more decisions, spiritual advancement by, 39:4.14 (435.7)
     a positive, a validated plan of action, 101:7.1 (1113.7)
     prompt, and spirit of understanding, 36:5.7 (402.4)
     and psychic circle attainment, 110:6.6 (1210.1)
     quick, Peter’s habit of, 139:2.4 (1550.7)
     the relation between man’s experiences and, 117:5.13 (1287.4)
     seraphim’s promotion of, in the human mind, 113:4.1 (1245.1)
     and spirit advancement, 39:4.14 (435.7)
     stimulus, potential evil as a, 132:2.10 (1458.7)
     survival, stages of making, by the self, 112:7.6 (1238.1)
     twenty-four apostles’ united, Jesus’ acceptance of, 144:6.12 (1625.9)
     of Universal Censors, unpredictability of, 19:4.7 (218.5)
     vital, of evolutionary moral creatures, factors in, 67:3.7 (756.8)
     willful, of God’s creatures, 5:1.10 (64.1)

Declaration(s) of Liberty, Caligastia’s introduction to Lucifer’s, 67:1.2 (754.3)
          Lucifer’s infamous, 53:6.5 (606.8)
     of war, significance of, 70:1.21 (785.4)

Decree-disseminating mechanism of all creation about, 17:3.7 (201.5)

Dedication to doing the will of the Father, and Van’s loyalty, 67:3.6 (756.7)
     to duty, Jesus’ adjustment of, to family and social obligations, 125:6.12 (1384.8)
     to the Father’s will, Jesus’ 129:3.5 (1423.7), 138:1.4 (1539.2)
          as a prerequisite to effective prayer, 91:9.6 (1002.11)
     feast of, established after Moses’ time, 125:1.5 (1379.1)
          Jesus’ attendance at the, 164:0.0 (1809.1–1816.3)
     wholehearted, to a special cause, a qualification for a reservist, 114:7.5 (1257.5)

Deeds evil, God’s ability to see, 131:5.2 (1450.1)
     of the flesh, self-righteous, not a means of salvation, 143:2.6 (1610.1)
     good, Ganid’s promise regarding his, 131:10.8 (1454.5)
     man’s judgment of another by his, 140:6.4 (1576.4)

Deer first appearance of, in North America, 61:3.5 (696.9)

Default(s) of Adam and Eve, 75:0.0 (839.1–846.7)
          not the fall of man, 75:8.1 (845.8)
          realization of, 75:4.0 (842.3–843.2)
          repercussions of, 75:5.0 (843.3–844.2)
     Adamic, increasingly apparent consequences of the, 76:3.1 (849.4)
     Cain a symbol of the, 76:2.8 (849.2)
     of divine trust, Father’s action in, 3:5.1 (50.6)
     of Eve, Adam’s reaction to, 75:5.1 (843.3)
     intellectual, of Adam and Eve, 75:7.5 (845.5)
     of Material Sons, results, 31:5.2 (349.2)
     of Trinity-origin beings, no danger of, 18:0.11 (207.11)

Defeat ability to withstand, an essential of temporal life, 160:4.7 (1778.10)
     apparent, enthusiasm over, of ascendant children of time, 26:5.3 (291.3)
          Jesus’ faith in the face of, 196:0.5 (2087.5)
     of both victor and vanquished in battle for right, 160:3.4 (1778.2)
     of his purposes, Jesus’ reaction to, 127:6.12 (1405.4)
     humans’ need to cease being the bond servant of, 130:6.3 (1437.3)
     influence of religion in adjusting to, 160:4.15 (1780.1)
     Jesus’ explanation of the apostles’ healing, 158:6.2 (1758.3)
          wresting of victory from the jaws of, 127:6.12 (1405.4)
     Judas’s aversion to, 177:4.3 (1924.7)
     a mirror in which to view the real self, 156:5.17 (1740.4)
     painfulness of, when borne alone, 160:2.9 (1776.3)
     serious, the sole possibility of, 12:9.6 (142.1)

Defect-interruptions of perfection-continuity advantage of, 4:2.7 (57.4)

Defective(s) Adam’s problem of eliminating, 75:1.1 (839.2)
     mental, onetime involuntary labor by, 51:4.7 (585.3)
     in present-day Urantia races, 52:2.9 (592.2)
     stocks, dangers of reproduction of, 71:3.8 (803.8)
     strains, Urantia’s perpetuation of, 52:2.11 (592.4)
     survival of, cause of, 70:9.14 (794.9)

Defender(s) God a blessed, 131:4.3 (1448.2)
     of individuals and planets, Mighty Messengers as, 22:2.8 (245.8)
     merciful, God as man’s, 149:6.8 (1676.2)

Defense argumentative, in relation to truth, 48:7.30 (557.14)
     of children of time and evolutionary planets in Uversa courts, 15:12.1 (180.2)
     enhanced, against all evil, an essential factor in the art of living, 160:2.9 (1776.3)
     of Jesus, unnecessary, 178:3.3 (1934.5), 182:2.3 (1966.3)
     lack of witnesses for the, in Jesus’ trial, 184:5.6 (1985.7)
     mechanisms, peacetime employment of, by the continental nation, 72:11.5 (819.4)
     of the Son of Man, Jesus’ warning the apostles against attempting the, 178:3.3 (1934.5)
     wall, north of second garden, length of, 76:1.3 (847.5)

Defenseless Jesus not, during his trial, 184:4.5 (1984.6)

Deference Jesus’ nonemployment of, toward Nicodemus, 142:6.2 (1602.1)

Deficiency(ies) biological, correction of, on first mansion world, 47:4.7 (535.3)
     evolutionary, inevitability of, 31:10.14 (353.10)
     ministry, of mansion world number one, 47:3.8 (533.6)

Defilement man’s, source of, 153:3.5 (1712.5)
     three causes of, the Greeks’ former belief regarding, 84:4.8 (936.1)

Definitions precise, Jesus’ avoidance of, 179:5.4 (1942.3)

Deflector left-hand, the sanobim, 38:7.2 (422.2)
     right-hand, the cherubim, 38:7.2 (422.2)

Degeneracy absence of, on advanced worlds in light and life, 55:5.2 (629.11)
     elimination of, during postbestowal Son era, 52:5.9 (596.7)
     obliteration of, prior to post-Teacher Son era, 52:7.5 (599.1)
     a Urantia handicap in attaining the destiny of light and life, 55:3.21 (626.10)

Degenerate(s) Adam’s problem of elimination of, from human strains, 75:1.1 (839.2)
     classes, reduction of, in the continental nation, 72:5.2 (813.3)
     Jesus’ experience with the drunken, 130:5.4 (1436.5)
     in present-day Urantia races, 52:2.9 (592.2)
     survival of, cause of, 70:9.14 (794.9)

Degradation of Adam and Eve, 75:7.6 (845.6)

Deified reality multiple differentiation of undeified reality and, cause, 105:2.3 (1154.2)
     personality a level of, 0:4.3 (7.1)
     the sixth triunity’s reach toward realities outside the domain of, 104:4.38 (1150.5)

Deindividuation ultimatons’ inability to attain escape velocity of, 42:6.3 (476.5)

Deitization of future beings by Supreme and Ultimate, possibilities of, 17:2.6 (200.4)
     of new meanings, values, powers, and capacities, a result of the Trinity association, 10:5.2 (113.3)

Deity(ies)
     about, 0:1.0 (2.1–3.13)
     conditioned, Unqualified Absolute is, 0:11.9 (14.7)
     correlation of the spiritual realities and material repercussions of, 56:2.1 (638.5)
     -in-the-cosmos, the sixth triunity the association of, 104:4.38 (1150.5)
     destiny, Paradise Deity origin a guarantee of, 42:1.8 (468.5)
     domination of the absolute by, 0:11.16 (15.6)
     equivalent of mind indigenous to, 6:6.2 (78.5)
     fragmented entities of, 30:1.100 (333.8)
     functional-revelation, extent of expansion of, 56:7.5 (642.5)
     impersonal, 6:6.2 (78.5)
     Jesus’ superhuman consciousness of the presence of, 161:2.6 (1786.1)
          two names for, 169:4.5 (1856.3)
     kinship to, and dependability of universe personalities, 32:3.7 (361.2)
     liberation of the I AM, 0:3.21 (6.1)
     manifestation, light without heat a, 3:2.3 (47.1)
     Melchizedek’s concept of, 96:0.1 (1052.1)
     mind’s origin in, 101:10.4 (1116.5)
     and nature, 7:0.5 (81.5), 12:7.2 (137.5)
     no duplication of universe ministry by, 6:4.2 (76.2)
     presence, absolute only on Paradise, 56:9.7 (645.2)
     primary supernaphim as messengers of the, 27:0.1 (298.1)
     and reality, 105:0.0 (1152.1–1161.1)
     relation of, to the Unqualified Absolute, 0:2.18 (4.12)
     relation of Divine Counselors to, 19:3.1 (216.5)
     response in creation of Majeston, 17:2.5 (200.3)
     the source of energy and life, 42:1.5 (468.2)
     Supreme, see Supreme, Deity
     terms to denote, employment of, 0:0.3 (1.3), 0:2.6 (3.19)
     total, unknown relationship of the Absolute to the function of, 106:8.18 (1172.3)
     -trinitized Sons, unrevealed on Urantia, 22:0.5 (243.5)
     truths regarding, increasing clarification of, 1:7.8 (31.8)

Deity(ies)—Absolute
     Absolute, action of, in realms of spiritual potentials, 7:1.9 (83.1)
          actualization of, almost impossible realization of the, 106:7.4 (1169.3)
          as an all-encompassing spirit, 104:4.21 (1149.6)
          and complex universe transactions, 4:1.8 (55.6)
          and culmination of experiential Trinities, 56:9.5 (644.7)
          and deity action, 0:3.16 (5.15)
          divine potential of, 3:1.9 (46.1)
          Eternal Son’s relation to, 6:5.2 (77.5), 7:1.9 (83.1)
          and eternalizing of the Universal Absolute, 0:11.12 (15.2)
          an existential reality of eternity status, 106:8.16 (1172.1)
          experiential and existential, 0:7.5 (10.10)
               spirit of the, 9:2.1 (100.3)
          finaliters’ possible attainment of, 10:8.8 (116.9), 118:2.2 (1296.4)
          the first Source and Center personality potentialized in the, 104:3.13 (1147.5)
          functions of, 0:11.3 (14.1), 3:2.15 (48.7), 56:1.2 (637.4)
               with Unqualified Absolute, 0:11.3 (14.1)
          God the Absolute now existential as the, 0:2.18 (4.12)
          identity of the, 0:4.5 (7.3), 0:11.6 (14.4), 10:8.4 (116.5), 105:3.6 (1156.3)
          involvement of the, in the deitization of Majeston, 17:2.5 (200.3), 106:8.20 (1172.5)
               in finality destiny, 106:7.3 (1169.2)
          liaison of Universal Censors with, 19:4.7 (218.5)
          a member of the third triunity, 104:4.16 (1149.1)
               of the triodity of potentiality, 104:5.7 (1151.7)
          nonfunctioning on nether Paradise, 11:5.1 (122.1)
          one of the Seven Absolutes of Infinity, 104:3.5 (1146.7), 105:3.6 (1156.3)
          the personalization of the, 106:6.6 (1168.5)
          a phase of total reality, 0:3.1 (4.13)
          power and personality potential of, 0:10.2 (13.5)
          and presence of Eternal Son in post-Havona universes, 7:2.1 (83.4)
          the Qualified Absolute, 0:11.6 (14.4)
          reactions of, 0:11.5 (14.3)
          reality and eternity of the, 8:1.10 (91.7)
               of, unexplainable to finite minds, 0:10.1 (13.4)
          relation of, to infinity potentials, 0:11.1 (13.6)
               to Transcendentalers, 31:8.3 (350.6)
               to the Trinity, 56:9.3 (644.5)
          self-qualifying phase of the I AM, 105:2.9 (1155.2)
          and spirit emergence, 7:1.9 (83.1)
          three infinite persons required to activate the, 10:8.4 (116.5)
          the totality of all Deity potential, 105:3.6 (1156.3)
          unification of the Unqualified Absolute and the, 56:9.1 (644.3)
          Universal Censor’s attitude toward, 10:8.5 (116.6)
          universally present, but hardly space present, 12:6.13 (137.3)
          the unlimited spirit potentials of the, 104:4.20 (1149.5)
          and Unqualified Absolute, the primal differentials of reality, 0:4.5 (7.3)

Deity(ies)—the Adventure
     Adjusters the unqualified parts of, 107:1.2 (1177.3)
     adventure, ascendant pilgrims’ need for help in the, 26:8.5 (292.6)
          disappointed pilgrims’ renewed attempt at the, 26:8.5 (294.4), 26:10.4 (295.6)
          eternal, candidates for, 40:9.9 (451.5)
          Paradise Companions’ assignment to mortals in case of failure in the, 25:8.9 (284.2)
          preparation for, 14:5.4 (158.7)
          the second, universal success of the, 26:8.5 (294.4)
     approach to, on ultimate levels by outer universe inhabitants, 56:7.8 (643.2)
     ascending pilgrims’ early contact with techniques of, 28:7.3 (318.1)
     attainment, failures in first attempts at, superuniverse origin of pilgrims experiencing, 26:8.4 (294.3)
          Seraphington the angelic threshold to, 39:8.1 (440.3)
          spiritual status the measure of, 100:2.5 (1096.2)
     attainment of, by pilgrims of time, 14:3.4 (156.1)
     the infinite goal of eternal attainment, 56:10.16 (647.7)
     levels of personal relationships with creatures, 56:6.5 (641.6)
     an open book to attainers of perfection, 18:1.4 (208.3)
     of Paradise, ascending pilgrims’ needs in order to achieve the, 26:7.2 (292.6)
     of Paradise Father, Thought Adjusters a part of the, 5:0.1 (62.1)
     as personal beings, ascending mortals’ experiential personal recognition of, 56:7.4 (642.4)
     pure, Adjuster a fragment of, 2:1.11 (35.4)
     sevenfold approach to, 0:8.1 (11.5)

Deity(ies)—Existential
     absolute personality of, on Paradise, 0:3.13 (5.12), 11:1.4 (119.1), 14:6.11 (160.12)
     existential, 0:1.14 (3.1), 0:7.2 (10.7), 8:0.4 (90.4)
     of Paradise, past-eternal, 0:9.4 (13.2)
     Paradise not, 11:9.4 (127.2)
     plural, the functioning of, 56:5.1 (640.5)
          in Urantian writings, 10:3.1 (110.7)
     potential, how filled, 0:1.2 (2.2), 0:3.22 (6.2), 0:11.12 (15.2), 3:1.7 (45.5), 10:8.4 (116.5)
     relation of, to pattern, 0:6.12 (10.4)
     relation of Paradise to, 0:4.11 (7.9), 11:1.1 (118.3), 11:9.4 (127.2)
     static, 0:1.4 (2.4), 0:11.14 (15.4)
     three existential persons of, 105:2.1 (1153.6)

Deity(ies)—Experiential
     absonite approach to, and outer-space universes, 0:8.12 (12.3)
     actualizing, 0:2.15 (4.9), 0:7.1 (10.6)
     association of supremacy, ultimacy, and infinity, 56:9.5 (644.7)
     derived, 0:12.3 (15.9)
     evolutionary, 0:9.3 (13.1), 10:7.3 (115.5), 118:2.3 (1296.5)
          unification of, 56:6.0 (641.2–6)
     evolving, 116:1.2 (1269.1), 118:9.7 (1303.8)
     experiential, co-ordination of God the Sevenfold on the first level of, 56:5.3 (640.7)
          culmination of the long evolutionary struggle by, 106:2.4 (1165.1)
          expansion of, achieved on levels of Supremacy, Ultimacy, and Absoluteness, 0:11.2 (13.7)
          frontiers of, and the Unqualified Absolute, 56:7.7 (643.1)
          incompleteness of development of, compensated by Conjoint Actor, 9:1.6 (99.5)
          a level of portrayal of the Trinity, 106:8.5 (1170.8)
          levels of actualization of, 0:4.1 (6.6), 56:7.4 (642.4)
          new domains of attained evolution as revelations of, 56:7.1 (642.1)
          and repercussions of creature trinitization, 22:7.8 (250.2)
          spirit expression of, in God the Supreme, 106:1.1 (1163.14)
          Supreme, Ultimate, and Absolute the, 104:5.12 (1151.12)
          the Supreme an, 0:1.14 (3.1), 116:1.5 (1269.4)
          the Supreme Being the evolutionary unification of, 14:6.23 (161.10)
          the three, as divine inevitabilities, 0:12.4 (16.1)
          triodities involved in the cosmic appearance of, 104:5.12 (1151.12)
          and unpredictable universal phenomena, 12:6.4 (136.2)
     expression, of the Supreme, in relation to self-expression of the human, 117:4.6 (1284.2)
     finite, the Supreme the, 115:4.1 (1263.7), 117:4.1 (1283.3)
     of growth, the Supreme a, 115:4.2 (1264.1), 116:0.4 (1268.4)
     levels of the Sevenfold, the Supreme, and the Ultimate, 106:7.6 (1169.5)
     nature, in the Supreme, evolution of the, 116:3.4 (1271.2)
     Paradise, the Almighty and the, 116:3.0 (1270.12–1271.4)
     personal, functioning of, on absonite level, 0:9.2 (12.5)
     presence, universe, the Supreme’s final emergence as an almighty, 117:7.1 (1291.5)
     presence of the Ultimate, a reality of the transcendental level, 105:7.5 (1160.3)
     reality, final creative levels of, and God the Ultimate, 0:2.17 (4.11)
          Supreme Being the unification of three phases of, 22:7.11 (251.1)
     response, to the actualization of the finite, 105:6.2 (1159.2)
     subabsolute and derived, the Supreme and the Ultimate as, 118:0.9 (1294.9)
     of Supremacy, expressive of the sum total of the entire finite, 117:1.9 (1279.7)
          undivided, comprehension of, factors in, 16:3.18 (188.6)
     Supremacy of, 0:1.9 (2.9)
     of the Supreme, the Father-I AM’s relatively complete liberation from the limitations of infinity in the, 115:7.1 (1266.2)
          first unification of energy-spirit in the, 103:7.12 (1139.4)
          means of actualization of, by experiential service, 21:6.4 (242.3)
          a nonsurvivor’s personality’s becoming a part of the, 117:4.2 (1283.4)
          time-space unification of spirit, mind, and energy within the, 99:4.13 (1090.9)
     Supreme Being the maximum of, comprehensible by finite creatures, 56:8.1 (643.4)
     the three experiential, theories regarding the unifying of, 106:8.19 (1172.4)
     Ultimacy of, 0:1.10 (2.10), 118:4.6 (1298.6), 118:10.4 (1304.6)
     the Ultimate, a supersupreme eventuation of, 0:9.2 (12.5)
          see also Ultimate(s) Deity
     unifying, first level of, God the Sevenfold, 0:2.16 (4.10)
          second level of, God the Ultimate, 0:2.17 (4.11), 0:9.1 (12.4)
          third level of, God the Absolute, 0:2.18 (4.12)
     unity, an achievement in the universes of time, 56:5.4 (641.1)
          Supreme Being’s achieving, 0:2.15 (4.9)

Deity(ies)—Man’s Concepts
     abstract, of Greek philosophy, average man’s lack of interest in the, 98:2.10 (1079.7)
     ancient atrocities not instigated by, 70:1.16 (784.12)
     Aryan concepts of, brought to India, 79:4.7 (882.7)
     Brahman concepts of, 94:2.0 (1028.4–1029.6)
     Christian teachings’ concept of, 121:5.6 (1337.2)
     concept of, evolution of, among the Jews, 96:4.9 (1057.5), 142:3.2 (1598.3)
     concept(s) among the Semites, 96:1.0 (1052.4–1054.5)
          Ikhnaton’s, an evaluation of, 95:5.9 (1048.3)
          of mystery cults, 130:3.5 (1432.5)
     confusion regarding meaning of, 0:0.1 (1.1)
     dual concepts of, nature gods and ghost gods, 85:6.4 (948.4)
     early religion’s failure to recognize, 87:0.1 (958.1)
     evolving concept of, with primitive man, 5:4.2 (66.6)
     -father principle, Brahma, 94:1.4 (1027.5)
     Ganid’s study of the world religions’ teachings concerning the, 130:3.5 (1432.5)
     higher idea of, Moses’ difficulty in presenting, 96:4.3 (1056.5)
     holy, Samuel’s reference to God’s being a, 97:1.7 (1063.4)
     man-made, casualties of, 102:6.1 (1124.3)
     man’s anthropomorphic concept of a, 89:8.5 (983.3)
          understanding of, only relatively true, 115:1.2 (1260.3)
     new concepts of, Amos a discoverer of, 97:4.2 (1065.5)
     not a party to marriage unions, 83:8.4 (929.7)
     one, Onagar’s doctrine of, 63:6.7 (716.6)
     onetime belief in temporal rulers’ descent from, 85:6.5 (948.5)
     pantheistic, the Universal Absolute not a, 0:11.16 (15.6)
     portrayal of, by Isaiah, the second, 97:7.9 (1069.4)
     Sethite religion’s concepts of, 76:3.10 (850.6)
     solar, importance of, to Amenemope, 95:4.1 (1046.2)
     a supreme, Moses’ attempt to uplift Yahweh to the dignity of, 96:4.7 (1057.3)
     triad, natural origin of, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     a true, man’s search for the concept of, 87:0.2 (958.2)
     universal and beneficent, Moses’ fleeting presentations of a, 96:5.8 (1058.6)
     vengeful, implication of, in Jewish and Christian beliefs, 74:8.13 (838.5)
     winning favor of, through shedding blood, an unworthy philosophy, 4:5.4 (60.3)

Deity(ies)—Man’s Relation
     absolute unity of, relation of religion to its grasp of the, 1:5.10 (28.7)
     Adam’s transgression of his covenant with, 75:8.3 (846.2)
     the adjutant of worship the primordial human instinct for, 92:0.2 (1003.2)
     awe for, revelation’s inspiration of, 68:3.3 (766.4)
     comprehensible elements of, truth, beauty, and goodness the, 56:10.2 (646.3)
     concern of, with creature’s rejection of light, 67:7.1 (760.6)
     -consciousness of creature experience, the Father’s, 1:5.15 (29.5)
     deliberate disloyalty to, a sin, 89:10.2 (984.5)
     differential spiritual attitude of creatures, and presence of, 13:4.4 (150.3)
     eternal, Paradise Sons the gift of, to ascension creatures, 20:10.2 (232.5)
     eternal relations of the, impossibility of explaining to human mind the, 6:0.4 (73.4)
     as a fact to science, 102:3.11 (1122.7)
     faith-grasp of fellowship worship of, a basic mind reality, 16:8.18 (195.5)
     influence on man of his concept of, 92:7.12 (1013.7)
     intellectual reality of, ease of contact of Paradise ascenders with, 26:7.5 (293.3)
     man’s need to be independent of all intermediaries, in his communion with, 92:7.11 (1013.6)
          only possible approach to, 102:4.4 (1123.4)
     modern man’s bargaining with, 87:6.17 (965.4)
     oneness of, in human experience, 34:6.2 (380.3)
     parents, the influence of the, on the human personality, 117:6.5 (1288.4)
     personal, certainty of, affirmed only by religious experience, 103:8.1 (1140.1)
     personality of, a mortal’s fellowship with, 112:2.8 (1228.3)
     probationary children’s attainment of the, 47:2.8 (532.6)
     reality, comprehensible by finite creatures, 0:3.20 (5.19)
     religions of revelation characterized by a belief in, 92:4.2 (1007.2)
     requirement of every Urmian teacher to represent a religion recognizing a supreme, 134:3.7 (1486.2)
     to be served, morality’s disclosing of a, 102:5.3 (1124.2)
     Sevenfold, man’s relation to the, 106:1.4 (1164.3)
     study of the second age of light and life, 55:3.12 (626.1)
     Supreme, man’s duty to, 117:4.8 (1284.4)
     worship, vs. ancestor worship, 91:5.1 (998.4)
          fullness of, finaliters’ experience of, 31:3.6 (348.3)
     worship of, taught by all religions, 5:4.5 (67.3)

Deity(ies)—Nature and Characteristics
     all things known by the, 24:2.2 (266.8)
     changeless, and nature, 4:2.2 (56.6)
     communication ability of, 6:6.2 (78.5)
     co-operation of the, in the creature ascension plan, 7:4.7 (86.1)
     creation of perfect beings by the, 23:2.11 (258.10)
     and divinity, 0:1.0 (2.1–3.13)
     eternal in essence, 0:7.5 (10.10)
          nature of, and Paradise Trinity, 10:0.2 (108.2)
     the immanence and transcendence of, 104:4.38 (1150.5)
     infinite, nonexperiential knowledge not imparted to subordinates by, 25:4.16 (280.4)
     more than spirit, 102:4.4 (1123.4)
     omnipotence, recognition of, 118:6.8 (1300.4)
     omnipresence of, 118:2.0 (1296.3–1297.1)
     omniscient, civilized man’s attempt to deceive an, 87:1.2 (958.4)
     -realization, of infinity, 56:9.8 (645.3)
     relation of divinity to, 0:2.10 (4.4)
     revelation, quality values embraced in, 56:10.9 (646.10)
     the several natures of, 118:0.1 (1294.1)
     space no barrier to, 3:1.6 (45.4)
     trinitization engaged in by the, 22:7.3 (249.3)
     ubiquity of, 118:2.0 (1296.3–1297.1)
     unification of characteristics of Universal Father in, 3:2.15 (48.7)
     universal co-ordination of, 56:0.1 (637.1)

Deity(ies)—Personalized
     comparison of the term Father with, 105:1.6 (1153.3)
     -creating act, the first, of the Infinite Spirit, 9:8.2 (105.7)
     of the Eternal Son, personalization of Father’s spirit nature in the, 6:2.6 (75.3)
     expansion, conditioned by the Father’s freewill act, 0:4.10 (7.8)
     the Father’s life and action in the, 32:4.10 (363.8)
     First Person of, God the Father the, 0:2.12 (4.6)
     God a word symbol designating all personalizations of, 0:2.6 (3.19)
     inactive, Universal Father not an, 4:1.6 (55.4)
     limitless, the Universal Father, 103:0.1 (1129.1)
     Paradise, see Paradise, Deity(ies)
     partnership, Universal Father’s relation to the, 32:4.1 (362.5)
     personal, 0:1.6 (2.6), 0:3.22 (6.2), 1:7.1 (31.1), 56:4.5 (640.4), 102:7.3 (1126.3)
     personal contact of, with the seven basic groupings of universe beings, 18:1.5 (208.4)
     personality, in time and space, 0:2.16 (4.10)
     personality of, and corporeality, 1:5.12 (29.2)
     personalization(s), about, 10:2.0 (109.5–110.6)
          functional manifestations of, 56:5.2 (640.6)
          sevenfold, results of, 0:8.9 (11.13)
          the three, 56:5.1 (640.5), 56:9.1 (644.3)
          threefold, 0:7.8 (11.2)
     personalization of, in spirit, to creature understanding, 56:6.3 (641.4)
          threefold, sevenfold possibilities of, 16:1.1 (185.1)
     potential power and wisdom of, not lessened by successive bestowals, 3:4.1 (49.5)
     realities, and personalization, 0:12.4 (16.1)
     repository, Conjoint Actor the, 9:1.3 (99.2)
     Second Person of, God the Son the, 0:2.13 (4.7), 6:1.1 (73.5)
     sense, in which the Son is nothing but personal, 6:5.6 (78.2)
     Third Person of, God the Spirit the, 0:2.14 (4.8)
     the three persons of, about, 10:3.0 (110.7–112.3)
          association of Seven Master Spirits with activities of, 16:1.2 (185.2)
          associative possibilities of, 16:0.1 (184.1)
          equality of, 10:7.1 (115.3)
          Seventh Master Spirit’s embodiment of characters of, (188.5) 34:2.3, 34:2.3 (188.5), 34:2.3 (375.6)
          three of the seven eternal realities, 105:2.1 (1153.6)
     total, reality, mind-spirit unified by personality, 12:8.13 (140.9)
          seven functional levels of, 0:1.3 (2.3)
     triune, exhaustion of primary associable possibilities of, 17:8.5 (205.6)
          representation of, by Trinitized Secrets of Supremacy, 18:1.2 (208.1)
     undivided, Conjoint Creator’s relation to triune personalization of, 16:1.1 (185.1)
     unqualified, absolute, and infinite, the Universal Father as, 10:3.5 (111.3)

Deity(ies)—the Trinity
     attitude of Paradise Trinity, disclosure of, by Seventh Master Spirit, 16:3.17 (188.5)
     collective attitude of, in domains of justice, 10:6.16 (114.17)
     eternal, unification of, 10:4.2 (112.5)
     indivisibility of, in the Paradise Trinity, 1:7.8 (31.8), 56:5.1 (640.5)
     judgment of, and Universal Censors, 19:4.1 (217.7)
     oneness of, in the Trinity, 10:4.0 (112.4–113.1), 56:9.1 (644.3), 120:4.3 (1331.3)
     reality, infinite, Paradise Trinity the only, 0:12.2 (15.8)
     three eternal persons of, achievement of perfect unity in the Trinity by, 56:6.1 (641.2)
     total, and absolute attitude of Paradise Trinity, 10:5.6 (113.7)
          constituent personalities of, 10:8.3 (116.4)
          dynamic infinity of, 0:3.21 (6.1)
          Father not discernibly absolute as, except in the Trinity, 10:3.8 (111.6)
          transcendence of finite and absonite by, 10:8.3 (116.4)
     Trinity union of, 10:4.0 (112.4–113.1)
     undivided in the Paradise Trinity, 10:4.2 (112.5), 56:6.1 (641.2), 104:3.15 (1147.7)
     unity, a fact of existence, on Paradise, 56:5.4 (641.1)
          the Paradise Trinity, 10:0.2 (108.2), 10:2.8 (110.6), 10:4.2 (112.5), 117:3.9 (1282.4)

Delays of time inevitability of, 65:8.1 (739.4)

Deliberative assembly(ies) about, 15:11.0 (179.11–180.1)
     superuniverse, as related to Universal Father, 15:11.3 (180.1)

Delimited universe circular movement of the, 32:5.5 (365.1)

Delinquency of children, contribution of parents to the, 147:5.9 (1653.3)
     rarity of, on advanced worlds in light and life, 55:5.2 (629.11)
     solution of problems of, during postbestowal Son era, 52:5.9 (596.7)

Delinquents social, onetime involuntary labor by, 51:4.7 (585.3)

Deliverance from Egypt, the onetime reason for Sabbath keeping, 142:3.21 (1599.13)
     from the past, Jesus’ portrayal of a, 188:5.3 (2018.2)

Deliverer(s) apostles’ intermittent belief in Jesus as the, 137:2.6 (1526.6), 157:4.1 (1746.5), 158:2.1 (1754.1)
     clinging of the Jews to material mission of the, 176:1.2 (1913.1)
     of Israel, Judas’s denial of Jesus’ being the, 177:4.2 (1924.6)
          Mary’s encouragement of belief in Jesus as the, 137:3.3 (1527.6)
     Jesus’ acceptance of the apostles’ confession of him as the, 158:4.4 (1756.1)
          proposed attack on the Jewish concept of the, 153:1.2 (1708.1)
          questioning the Pharisees concerning the, 174:4.6 (1901.6)
          study of the Scripture statements concerning the, 126:3.8 (1390.3)
          warning against coming so-called, 176:1.1 (1912.3)
     Jesus declared by Simon and Judas to be the, 158:4.6 (1756.3)
     Jewish concepts of the expected, 121:2.7 (1334.1), 122:3.2 (1346.5), 136:1.0 (1509.3–1510.3), 136:9.2 (1522.1), 152:3.1 (1702.2), 158:2.3 (1754.3), 167:4.2 (1837.1), 190:5.4 (2035.1)
     of the Jews, result of Mary’s belief in Jesus as the, 127:1.4 (1396.1)
     Jews’ prayers for a, 122:2.3 (1345.5)
     John the Baptist’s pronouncement that Jesus was the, 135:8.7 (1504.5), 137:2.2 (1526.2)
     Josiah’s ignorance of Jesus’ being the so-called, 164:4.2 (1813.5)
     Martha’s confession of belief in Jesus as the, 168:0.7 (1843.1)
     Nalda’s reference to the coming of the, 143:5.7 (1614.1)
     national, all Palestine parties’ and sects’ anticipation of a, 137:7.12 (1535.4)
     Peter’s declaring Jesus to be the, 157:3.5 (1746.2)
     Philip’s assurance of having found the, 137:2.5 (1526.5)
     remaining on earth forever, a concept of some believers, 174:5.13 (1904.4)
     temporal, Jesus not to function as a, 122:4.2 (1347.4), 176:4.2 (1918.5)
     of the worlds, a title of Jesus, 128:1.10 (1408.7)

Delusion a factor in choosing between good and evil, 16:7.7 (193.6)

Demands of earthly existence Jesus’ adjustment to, 127:6.12 (1405.4)

Dematerialization of Adams and Eves on system capital, 51:2.2 (582.2)
     effect of, on midsoniters, 36:4.3 (400.7)
     headquarters on Jerusem, 74:1.5 (829.1)
     technique, emergency installation of, 51:2.3 (582.3)

Dematerializing sector on Jerusem, activities of the, 46:5.26 (526.1)
     worlds, ascenders’ enjoyment of progress through the, 47:9.5 (539.2)

Demeanor the Master’s cheerful, at the Last Supper, 179:4.1 (1940.3)

Demigod(s) attempted techniques to force action by, 87:6.14 (965.1)
     of Hinduism, 94:4.7 (1031.8)
     Machiventa Melchizedek regarded by some as a, 93:8.1 (1022.3)

Democracy dangers of, 71:2.1 (801.13)
     of evolution meeting autocracy of perfection, 15:11.1 (179.11)
     genuine, national groups’ sometime enjoyment of, under global government, 134:6.11 (1491.5)
     not a substitute for spiritual progress, 195:6.10 (2077.6)
     prerequisites to survival of, 71:2.19 (802.13)
     a product of civilization, 71:2.1 (801.13)
     sometime fetish of, 88:3.4 (970.5)

Democratic government a blessing of the modern secular revolt, 195:8.8 (2081.8)

Demon(s) identity of, 77:7.4 (863.5)
     Norana’s belief in her child’s possession by a, 156:1.2 (1734.4)
     people’s belief in Jesus’ having cast out a, 145:2.13 (1631.1)
     possession of James of Safed’s son, 158:4.2 (1755.8)
          nonoccurence of, after Pentecost, 77:7.7 (863.8), 145:2.13 (1631.1)
     weak and dissolute mortals not influenced by, 53:8.9 (610.5)
     Zoroaster’s belief regarding, 95:6.2 (1049.5)

Demoniacal possession a genuine case of, 153:4.1 (1713.3)
     impossibility of, since Pentecost, 77:7.8 (864.1)
     and insanity, Jesus’ differentiation between, 77:7.6 (863.7)
     reality of, in former ages, 77:7.7 (863.8)

Denarius Jesus’ query as to the image on the, 174:2.2 (1899.2)
     the wage in the parable of the householder, 163:3.6 (1804.3)

Denial(s) of Jesus by Peter, 139:2.5 (1551.1), 184:2.0 (1980.2–1982.1), 191:1.1 (2039.1)
     of the Master, Jesus’ prediction of Peter’s, 181:2.29 (1962.3)

Denmark appearance of, from the sea, 80:2.4 (890.8)
     military headquarters of northern Andites, 80:5.2 (893.4)

Density of dark islands of space, 15:6.11 (173.1)
     of a neighboring sun, 41:4.5 (460.2)
     a relationship of space and mass, 41:4.2 (459.6)
     sun, 41:4.0 (459.5–460.4)

Denunciation Jesus’ final, Pharisees’ anger at, 175:4.12 (1911.9)
     negative, avoidance of, by Jesus, 147:6.6 (1655.2)

Denunciator fiery, John the Baptist a, 135:4.5 (1499.5)

Departed spirits abode of, Jewish belief regarding, 168:1.14 (1845.5)

Departure after Melchizedek’s, 93:9.0 (1022.4–1024.2)
     of a Creator Son for the adventure of space, 17:6.5 (204.1)
     flares of Adjuster fusion, frequency of, on a large world settled in light and life, 55:1.5 (622.5)
     for Jerusem from the sea of glass, your, 47:9.4 (539.1)
     of Joseph and Mary, 125:3.0 (1381.1–2)
     of Judas from the Last Supper, 179:4.6 (1941.3)
     of Melchizedek, 93:8.0 (1022.3)
     of the Melchizedek receivers, early, 75:1.4 (839.5)
     of a Michael Son, 21:2.3 (236.1)
     most favorable time for, of transporters from planetary headquarters, 39:5.15 (439.1)
     Mount Seraph, the point of, for all transport seraphim, 46:2.8 (521.5)
     from Pella encampment, apostolic, 171:1.0 (1868.3–1869.2)
     of the Semites from Egypt under Moses, 96:3.1 (1055.4)
     of seraphic transports, 29:4.19 (326.1)
     seraphim is made ready for, 39:5.14 (438.7)
     of Trinity Teacher Sons inaugurating the era of light and life, 52:7.16 (600.5)
     from Urantia, your, 28:7.2 (317.5)

Dependability John Zebedee’s characteristic of, 139:4.5 (1554.3), 139:4.10 (1555.3)
     of mind-gravity circuit, 9:6.8 (104.6)

Dependence eternal, of Michael on Creative Mother Spirit, 33:3.6 (369.1)
     upon God the Son, Third Person of Deity’s acknowledgment of, 8:1.2 (90.6)

Depleted energies helpful attitudes in recuperation of, 48:4.9 (548.4)

Deposits of Atlantic and Pacific coastal region, during Carboniferous period, 59:5.18 (682.1)
     of continental land stage, 61:1.1 (693.4)
     of early reptilian age, thickness of, 60:1.3 (685.5)
     North American, of Pliocene period, 61:4.2 (698.4)

Depravity of man total, doctrine of the, influence of the, 99:5.5 (1091.4)

Depression(s) of fear, healing the woman with the, 167:3.1 (1835.5)
     humans’ need to cease being the bond servant of, 130:6.3 (1437.3)
     of mind, Jesus’ delivery of victims of fear from, 167:3.5 (1836.4)
     Simon Zelotes’, 172:5.10 (1886.2), 181:2.11 (1957.1)
     spiritual, of Adam in the second garden, 76:2.3 (848.3)
     Thomas’s antidote for, 139:8.13 (1563.1)

Deprivation a ritual of religious sacrifice, 89:4.1 (977.3)

Derangement mental, onetime popular belief as to the possible cause of, 148:2.3 (1658.6)

Derelicts wandering, pervasion of space by, 41:6.1 (461.5)

Derision and ridicule, of Jesus on the cross, 187:2.6 (2007.5)

Derived Deities definition of, 0:12.3 (15.9)

Descendant beings and the facts of origin, 28:6.3 (314.2)

Descenders and ascenders an achievement of mutuality of understanding by, in the evolution of the Supreme, 117:1.2 (1278.6)

Descending orders of dual-origin beings, twelve classes, 30:1.30 (331.19)
     Paradise personalities, grand universe experiences of, 117:3.4 (1281.6)
     pilgrims, achievement of, on fourth Havona circuit, 26:8.1 (293.5)
          ascenders’ relation to, on circuits of Havona, 26:3.1 (288.1)
          comprehension of the Supreme, by Havona natives, through contact with, 117:6.14 (1289.7)
          fraternization of, with ascending pilgrims, 26:11.3 (296.6)
     Sons, mercy and service attributes, 7:6.2 (87.7)
          planetary Adams as, 37:9.10 (415.2)
     Sons of God, function of, 20:1.0 (223.6)
          Life Carriers as, 35:0.7 (384.7)
          seven orders of, 20:1.0 (223.6–224.5), 30:2.38 (335.29)
          Sonarington the Paradise headquarters of, 13:1.7 (145.2)

Descent ancient reckoning of, in the female line, 84:2.1 (932.7)
     and inheritance, as affected by marital infidelity, 82:4.4 (917.7)
     marriage as a regulator of, 83:1.3 (922.6)

Desert Arabian, failure of Melchizedek teachings in, 95:7.1 (1050.6)
          flight of Bedouin Semites from Egypt to the, under Moses’ leadership, 96:3.1 (1055.4)
          Hebrews’ plan to leave the Nile valley for the, 96:3.4 (1056.1)
     areas of Africa, Arabia, and Asia, extension of, 81:2.19 (903.1)
     clans, ideologies of, 97:9.7 (1072.5)
     god, Yahweh’s origin as a, 96:6.2 (1059.3), 97:7.11 (1069.6)
     Mesopotamian, Jesus’, Gonod’s, and Ganid’s caravan trip across, 133:9.1 (1481.3)
     Sahara’s change into a, 78:1.10 (869.6), 80:1.4 (889.6), 80:2.1 (890.5)
     western, Bedouin Semites’ invasion of Mesopotamia from the, 95:1.1 (1042.2)
     winds, effect of, on climate of Palestine, 124:1.10 (1367.6), 187:5.1 (2010.2)

Deserter Judas at heart a, 172:5.13 (1887.1), 177:4.9 (1926.2)

Desertion possibilities of, relation of, to loyalty, 3:5.12 (51.11)

Designers and embellishers a division of celestial artisans, 44:0.11 (498.2)
     seven major heads of, 44:6.0 (506.2–507.1)

Desire(s) of all ages, 135:5.3 (1500.3), 140:1.3 (1568.6), 182:1.13 (1965.7)
          nations, Jesus to be, 190:5.4 (2035.1)
     consuming, of God-knowing creatures, 1:0.3 (21.3)
     to do the will of God, faith in the effectiveness of, 140:10.9 (1585.7)
     to find God and attain perfection, necessary to survival, 40:5.19 (447.4)
     for liberty and leisure, early communism’s conflict with, 69:9.5 (780.8)
     man’s long-cherished, satisfaction of, in morontia career, 44:8.4 (508.2)
     for preference, among the apostles, 179:1.0 (1936.6–1937.6)
     supreme, definition of man’s, 131:4.6 (1449.1)
     surrender to the gratification of, and social maturity, 160:1.4 (1773.1)

Desolation national, Jews’ inability to explain their, 135:5.1 (1500.1)

Despair human, a consequence of the pursuit of mere knowledge, 195:6.3 (2076.8)
     of Judas, 186:1.7 (1998.5), 193:4.12 (2056.10)
     nameless, man’s reward for living, according to the materialist, 102:0.1 (1118.1)
     threatening, Jesus’ faith in the presence of, 196:0.3 (2087.3)

Desperation Judas’s, effect of, 177:4.4 (1925.1)

Destination man’s eternal, 5:4.3 (67.1)

Destiny(ies) acceptance, a person’s privilege of choice of, 112:5.1 (1232.2)
     an analysis of the meaning of, 106:7.3 (1169.2)
     ascendant, 40:10.0 (452.1–454.3)
     attainers, in present universe age, 40:10.11 (453.6)
     attainment, of personalities, 3:1.11 (46.3)
          the Supreme Being’s synthesizing of, 106:2.1 (1164.4)
          of Trinity-embraced finaliters, 40:10.12 (454.1)
     of Creator Sons, attempt at mastery of concept of, 55:3.12 (626.1)
     of creatures of Universe Mother Spirits and Creator Sons, 14:6.33 (162.8)
     of despair, man’s, faith’s dispelling of, 102:0.2 (1118.2)
     dignity of, awaiting Adjuster-fused mortals, 40:7.5 (449.3)
     divine, of children of time, 14:6.28 (162.3)
          Jews’ inability to fulfill their, 121:7.5 (1340.3)
          of spirit-indwelt man, 149:6.9 (1676.3)
          three phases of, 42:12.8 (483.8)
     eternal, doom and despair not man’s, 102:0.2 (1118.2)
          effort to realize, compatible with joyous earth life, 110:3.4 (1206.2)
          man the architect of his, 103:5.10 (1134.8)
     of eternity, determination of, 48:7.26 (557.10)
     experiential, creatures’ possible partial understanding of, 106:7.3 (1169.2)
     finality of, 106:7.0 (1168.6–1170.3)
     God the determiner of, 5:4.3 (67.1)
     guardians, 113:2.0 (1242.4–1244.1)
     highest seraphic experiential, how achieved, 39:0.11 (426.11)
     Jesus’ beginning self-consciousness of his, 126:0.1 (1386.1)
     long-distance view of, lightening burdens of soul by acquiring a, 156:5.8 (1739.3)
     man’s eternal, assured at Adjuster fusion, 5:1.11 (64.2)
               vs. his origin, 195:5.11 (2076.2)
               religion the revelation of, 195:5.3 (2075.6)
          true, 12:9.1 (141.2)
     of Master Michaels, 21:6.0 (241.5–242.3)
     men and women of, midway creature safeguarding of, 123:4.7 (1361.7)
     mortal, variations in, 40:10.5 (452.5)
     need for study of, in attainment of true perspective of reality problems, 19:1.6 (215.3)
     noble, man’s recognition of, 170:2.7 (1860.2)
     origin, history, and, Jews’ concept of their, 121:7.1 (1339.6)
               three phases of universe reality to correlate for estimating status, 19:1.6 (215.3)
     Paradise, identical, of the three brain types, 40:5.17 (447.2)
     of Personalized Adjusters, 109:7.0 (1201.2–1202.1)
     planetary, new and unrevealed, mankind’s march toward a, 99:1.1 (1086.4)
     probable consummation of, by the Consummator of Universe Destiny, 106:7.3 (1169.2)
     progressive knowledge of, in the morontia state, 101:5.13 (1111.3)
     rejection, a person’s endowment with choice of destiny acceptance or of, 112:5.1 (1232.2)
     reservists, present number of, on Urantia, 114:7.8 (1257.8)
     seraphic, 39:8.0 (440.3–441.4)
     seraphim assigned in accordance with, 113:1.2 (1241.4)
     of the soul, character of, 156:5.2 (1738.1)
     spiritual, conditioners of man’s, 156:5.9 (1739.4)
          dependence of, on faith, love, and devotion to truth, 156:5.7 (1739.2)
     supreme, definition, 47:6.3 (536.4)
     unrevealed by history, 19:1.11 (215.8)
     worship’s illumination of, 102:4.5 (1123.5)

Destitution the lot of primitive man, 69:2.2 (773.3)

Destroying the soul vs. killing the body, 150:4.2 (1681.9)

Destruction the broad way to, 166:3.3 (1828.7)
     of Jerusalem, Jesus’ prediction of, 176:1.0 (1912.3–1914.1), 178:3.1 (1934.3)
     man’s, Greeks’ teaching as to, 148:4.9 (1660.8)

Detention planets for training of unfused mortals, 45:7.1 (517.3)
     spheres, problems of surviving mortals on, 48:6.27 (554.1)
          of Satania, as prison worlds for interned groups of Lucifer rebellion, 45:1.10 (510.8)

Determination a prerequisite to leadership, 156:5.7 (1739.2)

Determiners not the exclusive law of the cosmos, 195:6.14 (2077.10)

Determinism mechanistic, man not a victim of a, 103:5.10 (1134.8)

Deuteronomy scribe of, teaching of the, regarding good and evil, 97:8.3 (1071.1)

Development of modern civilization, 81:0.0 (900.1–912.2)
     of the state, 71:0.0 (800.1–807.12)

Devil(s) assignment of undue credit for evil to the, 53:8.9 (610.5)
     Beelzebub, the prince of, 153:4.2 (1714.1), 169:0.7 (1850.7)
     Capernaum opinion that Jesus was in league with, 154:4.4 (1720.1)
     charge that Jesus had a, 162:2.2 (1790.5)
     doings of, danger in ascribing works of God to, 153:4.3 (1714.2)
     identification of the, 53:1.4 (602.1)
     Jesus’ discussion of the casting out of, 153:4.3 (1714.2)
          unwillingness to ascribe natural phenomena to the, 123:3.3 (1359.4)
     John the Baptist accused of having a, 144:8.7 (1627.4)
     legend of entry of, into the swine, 151:6.6 (1696.4)
     man not a child of the, 145:3.4 (1632.3)
     man’s association of the witch with the, 90:2.3 (987.7)
     personal, fictitious teachings regarding power of, 66:8.6 (753.2)
     Pharisees’ accusation against Jesus as being in league with, 153:4.2 (1714.1), 169:0.7 (1850.7)
     supposed casting out of, since Pentecost, explanation, 77:7.7 (863.8)
     weak and dissolute mortals not influenced by, 53:8.9 (610.5)

Devitalization and perversion of prayer, 91:1.6 (995.5)

Devonian flood(s), thickness of deposits of the first, 59:4.6 (678.7)
          last of the, 59:4.15 (679.8)
     period, length of, 59:4.18 (680.2)
     rocks, thickness of, in parts of Europe, 59:4.8 (679.1)

Devotion(s) affectionate, mainspring of Jesus’ life, result, 187:2.4 (2007.3)
     to the cause, Matthew’s demonstration of, 139:7.3 (1559.7)
     to duty, a requisite for, 3:5.12 (51.11)
     and the early mating instinct, 82:1.1 (913.4)
     heroic, of the apostles, 143:1.7 (1608.4)
     the Hindus’ preaching of, 191:5.3 (2043.1)
     importance of, in marriage, 83:7.6 (928.7)
     to Jesus, Mary Magdalene’s fullness of, 190:0.5 (2029.5)
     Jesus’ faith in Simon Zelotes’, 181:2.9 (1956.4)
          praise of David Zebedee’s, 182:2.10 (1967.5)
          unselfish, 196:2.7 (2093.1)
     loyal, to commonplace social obligations, 100:6.5 (1100.7)
     material, limitations of, 163:2.10 (1803.1)
          vs. spiritual worship, 163:3.1 (1803.3)
     moral, Jesus’ correlation of, with human loyalties, 196:0.7 (2088.2)
     mutual, a prerequisite to ideal marriage, 160:2.10 (1777.1)
     of the Pharisee, vs. that of the publican, 167:5.2 (1838.3)
     religious, three forms of, 155:5.2 (1728.4)
     supreme, to highest ideals of reality, 160:5.1 (1780.3)
     of true religion, reciprocal influence of the love life of a home and, 177:2.6 (1922.4)
     wholehearted, to supreme values, a characteristic of all true religions, 100:6.1 (1100.3)

Devotional sentiments Psalms the most valuable assortment of, 96:7.4 (1060.4)

Devouress in Egyptian theology, 95:2.9 (1045.2)

Dew point on two- and three-gas worlds, 46:2.2 (520.7)

Dialect(s) Andonic, in the Aryan tongue, 78:5.3 (872.7)
     a common, a reason for existence of the clan, 70:4.5 (788.7)
     conquest of, a level of statehood, 71:8.12 (807.8)
          and the spread of culture, 81:6.18 (908.7)
     increasing, effect of, on the Chinese, 79:8.5 (887.5)
     origin of, “baby talk” an illustration of the, 81:6.17 (908.6)

Dictatorial freedom of Jesus from being, 149:2.12 (1672.1)

Dictators prevention of control by would-be, a factor in maintaining freedom, 70:12.12 (798.11)

Dictatorship vs. modernized co-ordination about, 81:6.33 (910.6)

Diet of Adam and Eve and family, 74:6.4 (834.6), 76:4.4 (851.2)
     of Andonites, 63:6.4 (716.3)
     of Caligastia one hundred, 66:4.7 (744.6)
     of John the Baptist, 135:3.1 (1497.7)
     primitive man’s belief in pregnancy’s being caused by, 84:1.3 (931.6)

Dieting an early remedial measure, 90:4.8 (991.7)

Differential(s) of creature experience, provision of, 50:7.3 (579.2)
     demand for the Father, in his master universe, 2:1.4 (34.3)
     of reality, the primal, 0:4.5 (7.3)
     of spiritual presence, inherent in freewill reactions of personal beings, 13:4.5 (150.4)

Difficulty(ies) and afflictions, man’s, the Father’s and Son’s method of dealing with, 154:2.4 (1718.5)
     extraordinary, Jesus’ surmounting of, 196:0.14 (2090.1)
     facing of, without fear, 48:6.35 (555.3)
     of life, changing the, 147:3.3 (1649.3)
     and mota meanings, 48:7.7 (556.7)
     reaction of ascendant children to, 26:5.3 (291.3)
     of time, transformation of, into triumphs of eternity by Jesus, 127:6.12 (1405.4)
     universe, purpose of man’s meeting, 154:2.5 (1719.1)
     whets the ardor of the truth lover, 156:5.21 (1740.8)

Dignity of a Creator God, Moses’ teaching of the, 188:4.4 (2016.9)
     divine, of faith candidates for the eternal ascent, 149:6.10 (1676.4)
          of the God-knowing disciples, 181:2.15 (1958.2)
          the gospel’s endowment of human life with, 170:2.6 (1860.1)
     Jesus’, in the face of insult, 186:2.5 (1999.5)
     man’s, Jesus’ attempt to restore, 99:5.5 (1091.4)
     moral, man’s final acquirement of, 89:8.6 (983.4)
     of self-respect, man’s debasement of, 155:5.10 (1729.5)
     service the expression of the divinest, 28:6.17 (316.4)

Dilmat Sumerian records of, 77:4.8 (860.3)

Dilmun of the Adamized Sumerians, 77:4.8 (860.3)
     culture, the tower in commemoration of, 77:3.6 (858.7)
     and the early concept of sin, 89:2.3 (975.7)
     Nodite racial headquarters, 77:3.1 (858.2)

Dinosaur(s) burial places of, 60:2.2 (687.3)
     evolution and decline of, 60:2.1 (687.2)
     family, decline of, 61:2.5 (695.3)
     fate of, reason for, 60:2.14 (688.6)
     father of placental mammals a, 61:1.2 (693.5)
     flying, early extinction of, 60:3.21 (691.2)
     herbivorous, evolution of, 60:1.10 (686.6)
     monarchs of early reptilian age, 60:1.10 (686.6)
     peculiarities of, 60:1.10 (686.6)
     place of origin of, largest of, 60:2.2 (687.3)
     reptilian, springing of placental mammals from the, 65:2.12 (733.2)
     sizes of, 60:2.1 (687.2)
     types of, 60:3.20 (691.1)

Diogenes of Athens a source of Cynic philosophy, 121:4.4 (1336.2)

Dion the seventy’s labors in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Dionysus nature worship, in Greece, 98:2.10 (1079.7)

Diplomacy Jesus’ understanding of man’s use of, in politics and commerce, 136:8.4 (1520.5)

Direction absolute, establishment of, in the master universe, 11:2.3 (119.4)
     cells, functioning of, 34:4.13 (378.7)

Directional control creatures, living compasses on Salvington, 34:4.12 (378.6)
     movements of the galaxies, 12:4.15 (134.4)

Director(s) of assignment, a group of supreme seraphim, 39:1.16 (429.2)
     of conduct, functions of, 26:7.3 (293.1), 27:4.0 (301.2)
          an order of primary supernaphim, 27:0.7 (298.7)
     -general of the apostolic corps, Andrew the, 138:10.2 (1547.2), 157:4.2 (1746.6)
     of physical energies in the grand universe, 42:2.14 (470.5)
     of Satania seraphic hosts, 45:3.14 (512.17)
     of system Morontia Power Supervisors, 45:3.17 (512.19)

Disappointment(s) apostles’ time of deepest, 153:5.1 (1715.1)
     bitter, of Judas, effect, 177:4.11 (1926.4)
     crushing, Jesus warning his followers of, 171:2.4 (1870.1)
     effect of, on love, 177:4.11 (1926.4)
     fattening on, by ascendant children of time, 26:5.3 (291.3)
     God-knowing individuals’ reaction to, 156:5.13 (1739.8)
     hardest to bear, identification, 48:7.21 (557.5)
     human, a part of the divine plan, 23:2.12 (258.11)
     Jesus’ courage in facing, 196:0.14 (2090.1)
          faith in the throes of, 196:0.5 (2087.5)
          reaction to, 100:7.7 (1102.4), 127:6.12 (1405.4)
          warning to apostles of, and reason for, 158:2.4 (1754.4)
     of John the Baptist, 135:11.3 (1507.2)
     Judas’s lack of a philosophy for meeting, 193:4.7 (2056.5)
     a ladder from chaos to glory, 26:10.2 (295.4)
     lasting, the sole possibility of, 12:9.6 (142.1)
     most disappointing, as greatest blessings, 48:6.36 (555.4)
     painfulness of, when borne alone, 160:2.9 (1776.3)
     Paradise attitude toward, 26:8.3 (294.2)
     proof, ascending pilgrims’ final achievement of becoming, 26:4.13 (290.3)
     reacting to, in the development of courage, 3:5.6 (51.5)
     repeated, Jesus’ subjection of his apostles to, 153:1.3 (1708.2)
     supreme, of unsuccessful trinitization candidates, 22:7.6 (249.6)
     technique of lessening one’s suffering because of, 48:6.36 (555.4)
     transition angels father to many, 48:6.36 (555.4)
     value of being fearless of, 160:4.13 (1779.5)

Disarmament and world-wide peace, 134:6.6 (1490.9)

Disaster(s) the ghost cult an insurance against, 87:0.1 (958.1)
     horrific, relation of, to functioning of the Supreme Being, 10:7.5 (115.7)
     the reserve corps of destiny the guarantees against, 114:6.20 (1256.10)

Discerners of Spirits attachment of, to Universal Censors, 28:5.19 (313.1)
     function of, 28:5.9 (311.1), 28:5.19 (313.1)
     a type of secondary seconaphim, 28:5.5 (310.7)

Disciple(s) amazement of, at Jesus’ claim of authority, 165:2.11 (1819.7)
     consultation with Jesus by two of John’s, 137:1.1 (1524.2)
     distinction meant by the terms apostle and, 137:1.7 (1525.4)
     faithful, vs. gospel messenger, 163:2.2 (1801.5)
     fate of, during destruction of Jerusalem, 176:1.5 (1913.4)
     financial obligations of, 165:5.3 (1823.3)
     God-knowing and Son-believing, characteristics of the, 181:2.15 (1958.2)
     halfhearted, kingdom’s divestment of, 153:5.3 (1715.3)
     is hardly above his master, 150:4.2 (1681.9)
     Jesus’, identifying characteristic of, 180:1.1 (1944.4), 191:4.3 (2041.6)
          necessity for willingness of, to sacrifice, 171:2.2 (1869.4)
          need of, to be an inspiration to all men, 195:10.1 (2084.1)
          prerequisites to being, 162:7.2 (1796.4)
          teaching of, about God, 142:2.1 (1597.1)
     Jesus’ prayers primarily for his, 144:3.23 (1620.21)
     of John the Baptist, baptism of Flavius by, 142:4.4 (1600.5)
          preaching of, after Jesus’ baptism, 135:9.2 (1505.2)
          scattering of, after John’s arrest, 135:10.3 (1506.5)
     period of soul discipline and mind training of, 153:1.3 (1708.2)
     reaction of, to Jesus’ sermon on the kingdom, 137:8.18 (1537.5)
          to Jesus’ supposed miracle at Cana, 137:4.16 (1531.3)
     report of Jesus’ work brought to John by his, 135:11.2 (1507.1)
     requirement of, as to parting with their worldly goods, 163:2.6 (1802.2)
     selection of, as members of the seventy, 163:2.1 (1801.4)
     true and tried, at Magadan, 163:0.1 (1800.1)
     whom Jesus loved, cause of John’s designation as the, 139:4.4 (1554.2)

Discipleship vs. apostleship, 137:1.7 (1525.4), 140:6.9 (1577.3), 140:8.3 (1579.5)
     Jesus’ assurance to Matadormus of his life, 163:2.4 (1801.7)
     need for determining one’s motive for, 171:2.5 (1870.2)
     a prerequisite to, 174:5.8 (1903.5)

Discipline(s) a child’s sometime lack of understanding of, 143:1.4 (1608.1)
     of divine love, 143:1.4 (1608.1)
     early child, results of, in Jesus’ family, 127:4.3 (1401.3)
     family, among primitive peoples, 84:7.25 (941.6)
          onetime biologic nature of, 84:7.25 (941.6)
     in family of God, 3:2.9 (48.1)
     the Father’s, purpose in, 180:2.6 (1946.4)
     fathers’ provision for their children’s, 142:7.9 (1604.4)
     home, Jesus’ reaction to, 123:3.9 (1360.4)
     Jesus’ employment of, 171:7.7 (1875.2)
     maintenance of, in the brotherhood, 159:1.6 (1764.1)
     moral, vs. self-gratification, and education, 195:10.17 (2086.3)
     purifying, as a prerequisite to the new Jewish kingdom, 135:5.5 (1500.5)
     and restraint, one foundation fact of a true family, 142:7.9 (1604.4)
     social groups of believers’ right to administer, 178:1.2 (1929.3)
     war’s imposition of, 70:2.4 (785.9)

Disciplined character and Van’s loyalty, 67:3.6 (756.7)

Discontent mortal, prevention of, 34:6.8 (381.2)

Discouragement effect of, on survival, 110:3.5 (1206.3)
     an evidence of moral immaturity, 160:1.6 (1773.3)

Discourse(s) of Jesus, see Sermon(s) of Jesus
     Jesus’ public, questions during, 138:8.10 (1546.1)
     short, Jesus’ use of, in public teaching, 138:8.10 (1546.1)

Discoverer freedom of the, to make a discovery, 195:6.17 (2078.3)

Discovery(ies) of the empty tomb, 189:4.0 (2025.2–2027.4)
     an eternal voyage of, death the beginning of, 14:5.10 (159.6)
     fire the basic human, 69:6.2 (777.5)
     geographic, Andite, 78:4.6 (872.4)
     obligation of one who enjoys wealth through, 132:5.16 (1463.10)
     a phase of personal religious experience, 196:3.17 (2095.1)
     prayer, to Jesus, a proclamation of, 196:0.10 (2088.5)
     as rest, in higher beings, 27:1.2 (299.2)

Discretion a component of true wisdom, 181:2.15 (1958.2)
     defers anger, 149:4.2 (1673.2)
     exaggerated, possible consequences of, 149:4.4 (1673.4)
     fountains of, Perfectors of Wisdom the, 19:2.3 (216.1)
     Jesus’ courage linked with, 100:7.15 (1103.3)
     a precept taught by the early Egyptians, 95:3.3 (1045.6)
     a prerequisite to leadership, 156:5.7 (1739.2)
     relationship of, to sincerity, 181:2.21 (1960.2)

Discrimination cosmic, three forms of, 16:6.5 (192.1)
     the parable’s challenge of, 151:3.6 (1692.5)
     selective, a factor in moral acts, 16:7.10 (193.9)
     unjust, against women in the Jewish temple, 125:0.4 (1377.4)
     wellsprings of, Perfectors of Wisdom the, 19:2.3 (216.1)
     wise, need of, in bequeathing riches, 132:5.15 (1463.9)

Discussion(s) at the Gilboa camp, Jesus’ refusal to participate in, 144:6.2 (1624.13)
     Jesus’, about wealth, 163:3.0 (1803.3–1804.4)
     at the olive press, 183:4.0 (1975.4–1976.6)
     philosophical, James and Judas Alpheus’s lack of understanding of the apostles’, 139:10.2 (1563.3)

Disdain of the high priest for the traitor about, 177:4.7 (1925.4)

Disease(s) conquest of, a level in the evolution of statehood, 71:8.9 (807.5)
     crude ideas of, of the people of Jesus’ time, 121:7.12 (1341.1)
     cure of, supposed, by touch of kings, 70:6.4 (790.1)
     and death, belief as to ghosts being the cause of, 90:3.2 (989.4)
          the shamanic theory of, 90:3.0 (989.3–990.5)
     of the flesh, Jesus’ identification of, 141:4.5 (1591.1)
     freedom of corporeal staff from, 50:3.3 (574.5)
     healing of, on the Sabbath, a charge against Jesus, 169:0.6 (1850.6)
          shamans’ attempt at, 90:2.1 (987.5)
     human, early belief as to spirit influence in, 86:3.3 (952.5)
          Urantia’s tardy awakening to prevention of, 73:5.4 (825.1)
     imperfect control of, on worlds in light and life, 55:3.1 (624.7)
     Jesus’ healing of, 161:2.4 (1785.4)
     the part played by material means in curing, 164:3.15 (1813.2)
     prayer not a technique of curing organic, 91:6.2 (999.5)
     prevention, primitive religion largely a technique for, 90:4.1 (990.6)
     prevention of, a factor in an expanding civilization, 71:4.6 (804.6)
     -producing organisms, and the body cells of evolutionary races, 76:4.7 (851.5)
     shamans’ consent to treat, 90:4.3 (991.2)
          method of diagnosing, 90:4.3 (991.2)
     supposed curing of, by porous rocks, 85:1.4 (945.2)
     a Urantia handicap in attaining the destiny of light and life, 55:3.21 (626.10)

Disembodied spirits belief in the existence of, 86:4.4 (953.3)

Disenfranchisement reasons for, in the continental nation, 72:9.8 (818.3)

Disgrace ancient peoples’ regard of nonmarriage as a, 82:3.8 (916.4)

Disgust mid-mammals’ display of, 62:3.6 (705.5)
     social, on the continental nation, 72:5.12 (814.2)

Disharmony apparent universe, 56:0.2 (637.2)
     eradication of, in Satania, 46:0.1 (519.1)
     inherence of, in evolutionary growth, 105:6.4 (1159.4)
     reason for possibility of, among ministers of the Infinite Spirit, 32:3.7 (361.2)
          among Sons of God, 32:3.7 (361.2)

Dishonest achievement vs. honest endeavor, 160:4.11 (1779.3)
     riches, need to cleanse one’s fortune of, 132:5.22 (1465.1)

Dishonesty necessity for avoidance of, in preaching truth, 156:5.19 (1740.6)
     seeming prevalence of, 194:3.2 (2062.11)

Disillusionment of boy Jesus, as to omniscience of his parents, 123:3.2 (1359.3)
          over the temple services, 125:0.3 (1377.3)
     of Judas, after his betrayal of Jesus, 186:1.6 (1998.4)
     Lucifer’s pride and, 53:2.5 (603.1)
     of the multitudes as to character of Jesus’ kingdom, 172:3.15 (1883.1)
     ultimate cause of, 160:4.13 (1779.5)

Disloyalty Christ Michael’s present power in dealing with outbreaks of, 53:5.3 (605.7)
     creature, management of problems pertaining to, 43:5.13 (491.9)
     to Deity, degrees of, 89:10.2 (984.5)
     destructive of personality status, 67:1.3 (754.4)
     Lucifer’s first outspoken, 53:2.4 (602.7)
     of superiors, Mighty Messengers’ reaction to, 22:2.1 (245.1)

Disobedience consequences of, among children of ancient savages, 84:7.20 (941.1)

Disorganization of that which cannot be spiritualized, 21:5.7 (241.1)

Dispatching fields on peripheral Paradise, 11:4.1 (121.2)

Dispensation(s) Adamic, 52:3.7 (593.6), 74:2.8 (830.3), 189:3.1 (2024.3)
     of bestowal Son, 52:6.1 (597.2)
     the current planetary, sleeping survivors’ repersonalization at end of, 112:5.10 (1233.6)
     divine, circumstances of life a, 140:8.3 (1579.5)
     end of one and beginning of another, as perceived by Jesus, 174:5.6 (1903.3)
     inauguration of new, by bestowal Sons, 20:6.6 (229.5)
          by planetary advent of divine Sons, 49:6.3 (568.6)
     of Magisterial Sons, 52:4.2 (594.5)
     new, a definition, 179:5.2 (1942.1)
          Jesus the inaugurator of a, 136:1.3 (1509.5)
          judgment day of a, surviving souls’ unconscious sleep until the, 30:4.11 (341.1)
          the remembrance supper a symbol of the, 179:5.2 (1942.1)
     planetary, and decrees of cessation of existence, 2:3.3 (37.1)
     of Planetary Prince, 51:0.1 (580.1), 52:2.1 (591.1), 74:2.8 (830.3)
     relation of Avonals to, 20:2.5 (225.4)
     roll call of a, archangel promulgation of, 37:3.6 (409.3)
     of Spirit of Truth, Immanuel’s instruction to Michael concerning the, 120:2.4 (1328.1)
     successive, in era of light and life, 50:5.11 (577.6), 55:0.2 (621.2)
     termination of, 20:3.3 (226.3), 20:9.2 (231.6)
     of Trinity Teacher Sons, 52:7.4 (598.7)

Dispensational adjudication(s) at Adam’s Urantia arrival, 76:6.2 (853.3)
          of evolutionary worlds, function of Universal Censors in, 19:4.3 (218.1)
               many, on an inhabited planet, 20:5.4 (228.1)
     adjudicators, invisibility of Avonals as, 20:3.3 (226.3)
          Magisterial Sons as, 20:3.3 (226.3), 52:4.3 (594.6), 55:10.5 (634.5)
     age, advancing spirits’ return to earth and the completion of a, 146:7.2 (1646.3)
     enlargement of truth and ethics, 52:2.3 (591.3)
     judgment, Immanuel’s instructions to Michael concerning, 120:2.4 (1328.1)
     order of survival, mortals of the, 49:6.4 (568.7)
     resurrections, 47:3.5 (533.3), 76:5.3 (852.2), 189:3.0 (2024.3–2025.1)
     roll calls, guardians’ response to, for nonsurviving personalities, 113:6.8 (1247.6)
     repersonalization of sleeping survivors in, 49:6.7 (569.2)

Dispersion(s) of the Andonites, 63:6.1 (715.8)
     of the colored races, 64:7.0 (726.8–729.1)
     impending, Jesus’ preparation of his followers for the, 154:0.3 (1717.3)
     the last Andite, 78:6.0 (873.5–874.5)

Displeasure God’s, Jews’ belief in adversity as the proof of, 166:4.3 (1830.3)

Disposition quarrelsome, results of Thomas’s, 139:8.3 (1561.3)

Disputes Andonic, methods of settling, 70:1.3 (783.6)

Disruption of the smaller of two space bodies, occasion for, 57:6.4 (658.1)

Dissolution decree of, execution of, 2:3.6 (37.4)
     immediate, archangels’ desire to arrange for Jesus’ body’s, 189:2.1 (2022.5)
     of wedlock, 83:7.0 (928.2–929.3)

Distance in energy and matter transmutation, 42:4.10 (473.8)
     measurement on Edentia, 43:0.3 (485.3)
     and relative locations on Paradise, 11:2.11 (120.3)

Distributors of the Infinite Spirit to the universes, the Seven Master Spirits, 9:8.2 (105.7)

Distrust of woman onetime universal, 84:4.4 (935.4)

Dium labors of Jesus’ followers in, 159:0.2 (1762.2)

Diversion angels of, 114:6.15 (1256.5)
     favorite, of Jerusem, 46:3.2 (522.2)
     leadership of, by reversion directors, 48:4.8 (548.3)
     and relaxation of the apostles, 143:3.0 (1610.4–1611.6)
          Simon Zelotes’ supervision of, 139:11.2 (1564.7)
     wholesome, soundness of, 84:8.5 (942.6)

Diversity infinity as both unity and, 115:3.4 (1262.1)

Dives and Lazarus Jesus’ refusal to comment on the parable of, 169:3.3 (1855.1)

Divided personality heavenly Father not a, 2:6.6 (41.4)

Dividing the inheritance Jesus’ talk on, 165:4.0 (1821.1–1822.9)

Divination interpretation of spirit messages by, 87:5.9 (963.4)
     a superstition, 150:3.8 (1681.3)

Divine
     approaching concept of the, a requisite for, 3:5.11 (51.10)
     destiny, of spirit-indwelt man, 149:6.9 (1676.3)
          three levels of, 42:12.8 (483.8)
     dignity of God-knowing disciples, 181:2.15 (1958.2)
          the gospel’s endowment of human life with, 170:2.6 (1860.1)
     family, kingdom of heaven a, 149:6.8 (1676.2)
          of individuals, the universal brotherhood, 12:7.10 (138.5)
     favor, Jews’ belief as to relation of material prosperity to, 148:6.2 (1662.4), 166:4.3 (1830.3)
     fellowship, finite intellect’s assurance of, 5:0.1 (62.1)
     gifts, Solitary Messengers’ term for Adjusters, 107:7.6 (1184.1)
     guidance, importance of prayer for, 146:2.14 (1640.3)
          spiritual faith’s steadfast belief in, 101:3.15 (1108.14)
     inspiration, of the mystic, the sometime true identity of the, 91:7.1 (1000.2)
     invasion of the soul, and a moral choice, 196:3.20 (2095.4)
     leading, the human’s choosing to respond to, 110:3.7 (1206.5)
     nature, faith, and man’s partaking of the, 143:2.4 (1609.5), 150:5.3 (1682.5)
          potential evil not a part of the, 2:2.7 (36.5)
          satisfaction of the, Havona creation as a, 4:0.2 (54.2)
     panorama, of eternal ages, 8:1.1 (90.5)
     perfection plans, 7:4.0 (85.2–86.1)
     plans of the Universal Father, 2:1.4 (34.3), 2:1.10 (35.3), 7:4.0 (85.2–86.1)
     power, never a cross working of, and purpose, 32:4.3 (363.1)
     reach, extent of the, 4:1.6 (55.4)
     rest, association of, with spiritual-energy intake, 44:5.8 (505.5)
          essential to enjoyment of Paradise, 27:1.1 (299.1)
          terminal rest of time, 26:7.4 (293.2)
     right, fetish kings’ ruling by, 88:3.4 (970.5)
     Son(s), see Son(s), divine
     sonship, see Sonship, divine
     spirits, see Spirit(s)—Deity, divine
     things must be loved in order to be known, 102:1.1 (1118.4)
     voice, indwelling, possibility of a mortal’s hearing the, 109:5.2 (1199.3)
     will, exchange of the human will for the, 144:4.9 (1621.8)
          man’s conformity to, 1:7.2 (31.2), 102:1.1 (1118.4)
     wrath, death of bestowal Sons not to satisfy, 20:6.7 (229.6)
          present-day belief that disease is a consequence of, 90:3.8 (990.3)

Divine—Deity
     the certitude of the, 102:7.0 (1126.1–1127.4)
     Deity, the source of all that which is, 0:1.15 (3.2)
     human father’s love a reflection of the, 125:0.6 (1378.1)
          mind’s grasp of the, 3:5.16 (52.2)
     nature, characteristics of, constituting the character of Deity, 2:0.1 (33.1)
     some characteristics of the, 0:1.18 (3.5)

Divine—Jesus
     being, perfectly endowed, Jesus a, 196:0.7 (2088.2)
     endowments, Jesus’ possession of, 141:7.14 (1594.8)
     glory, Jesus’ promise to return to Urantia in, 142:7.3 (1603.4)
     human, the adolescent Jesus an increasingly self-conscious, 124:6.18 (1376.4)
     -human life, Jesus’, two potential concepts in, 196:2.6 (2092.4)
          will, the Adjuster’s promise to Jesus regarding matters pertaining to his, 136:5.4 (1516.4)
     and human Jesus, 124:6.16 (1376.2), 128:1.8 (1408.5), 136:5.4 (1516.4), 136:9.5 (1522.4), 137:4.2 (1528.5), 142:7.15 (1604.10), 157:6.3 (1749.2), 161:2.0 (1785.1–1787.2), 168:1.2 (1844.1), 182:3.5 (1968.6), 194:3.19 (2065.7), 196:2.2 (2091.11)
     or human role, Jesus’ facility in the enactment of the, 137:4.2 (1528.5)
     humanity, Jesus as the demonstration of, 101:6.17 (1113.6)
     Jesus’ technique of ascent from the human to the, 196:1.6 (2091.2)
     mind, Jesus’, possible foreknowledge of, as to resurrection of Lazarus, 168:1.7 (1844.6)
          Jesus’ human mind’s submission to his, 136:9.5 (1522.4)
     mission of Jesus, John the Baptist’s temptation to doubt, 135:11.1 (1506.6)
          Joseph’s and Mary’s different attitudes toward, 122:5.6 (1349.2)
          skepticism of Mary’s family concerning the, 122:3.3 (1347.1)
          understood by some in Egypt, 95:5.2 (1047.2)
     nature and human nature, Jesus’, union of, 157:5.1 (1748.1)
               sonship, Jesus’ first direct pronouncement of his, 143:5.8 (1614.2)
          of Jesus, his followers’ possession of proof of, 182:3.5 (1968.6)
               as understood by Nathaniel and Thomas, 161:2.0 (1785.1–1787.2)
          Jesus’ full self-consciousness of his, 161:3.1 (1787.3), 196:2.3 (2092.1)
               prebaptismal doubts as to his, 128:1.8 (1408.5)
     power of Jesus, 168:1.5 (1844.4), 171:3.4 (1871.1), 177:3.3 (1923.4)
     Son, Jesus a, 142:7.15 (1604.10), 194:3.19 (2065.7)

Divine—Michael(s)
     attributes and powers possessed by Michael of Nebadon, same as Eternal Son’s, 33:1.2 (366.3)
     character of Michael, 33:3.6 (369.1)
     corps constituting the Trinity Ultimate, Michael of Nebadon a member of, 119:8.6 (1318.5)
     creative free will becomes wholly, in the Michael order of sonship, 4:4.4 (58.9)
     and human, Michael’s mind on Urantia as both, 93:2.7 (1016.1)
     and human natures, unification of, in Michael, a concept unknown to Jews, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
     love of the Father, Michael as the revealer of, 117:1.8 (1279.6)
     Michael Sons, mysteries of the bestowals of the, known only on Sonarington, 119:1.6 (1310.3), 119:7.5 (1317.1)
     mind of Michael, vs. the human heart of Jesus, 182:3.9 (1969.4)
     mission, Michael’s progressive self-consciousness of his, 120:1.7 (1326.4)
     mission of Michael’s sojourn in the flesh, Immanuel’s offering of counsel concerning, 120:1.7 (1326.4)
     nature, Michaels as partakers of the, along with all natures, 21:0.4 (234.4)
     natures of the Michaels, derivation of, 21:1.3 (235.2)
     origin of the Michaels, 21:1.2 (235.1)
     personality, human concepts of, and Michael’s Urantia bestowal, 1:6.3 (30.2)
     personality of Michael, incarnation of, as the effective coming of the Eternal Son, 7:5.4 (86.5)
     power, the greatest manifestation of, during Michael’s incarnation, 168:1.9 (1844.8)
     right, Michael’s rule of Nebadon by, 53:5.2 (605.6)
     Son of Paradise, Michael of Nebadon a, 119:7.5 (1317.1)
     will of the universal Creators, part of Michael’s personal sovereignty, 120:0.5 (1324.2)

Divine—Personalities
     Action, a title of the Third Source and Center, 8:2.2 (92.3)
     builders, a major division of celestial artisans, 44:0.8 (497.8), 44:3.0 (501.11–502.8)
     Counselor(s), affection of, for Creator Sons, 2:5.8 (39.7)
          associates of, 19:3.2 (217.1), 28:3.1 (307.3)
          classification of, as Co-ordinate Trinity-origin Beings, 19:0.4 (214.4)
          courts sometimes presided over by a, 15:12.1 (180.2)
          in the executive branch of the superuniverse government, 15:10.6 (178.6)
          functions of, 15:10.11 (178.11), 19:3.0 (216.5–217.6), 28:5.4 (310.6), 28:5.9 (311.1)
          Hearts of Counsel, Joys of Existence, and Satisfactions of Service under supervision of, 28:5.15 (312.2)
          limited perception of material structures by a, 44:0.16 (498.7)
          Jerusem residence of, 46:5.15 (524.6)
          as Most High Assistants, 37:4.2 (409.7)
          number of, 15:10.11 (178.11), 19:3.1 (216.5)
          presenter(s) of Foreword, Papers 1–9, 17–19, 23, 24, 31, 0:12.14 (17.3), 1:7.9 (32.1), 2:7.13 (43.6), 3:6.9 (53.7), 4:5.8 (61.1), 5:6.14 (72.2), 6:8.9 (80.6), 7:7.7 (89.6), 8:6.8 (97.2), 9:8.26 (107.14), 17:8.10 (206.5), 18:7.6 (213.8), 19:7.6 (222.10), 23:4.7 (263.3), 24:7.10 (272.1)
          relation of Perfectors of Wisdom to, 19:2.2 (215.11), 28:5.12 (311.4)
               of Universal Censors to, 19:3.2 (217.1), 28:5.12 (311.4)
          service of High Son Assistants to, 22:10.1 (253.3)
          Stationary Sons of the Trinity, 10:6.0 (114.2–115.2), 19:4.8 (218.6)
          technique of, for reaching decisions, 28:5.15 (312.2)
          time required by, for transit from Uversa to Urantia, 19:7.4 (222.8)
          of Trinity origin, 19:0.4 (214.4)
          as truth revealers, 19:2.6 (216.4)
          Uversa school for Celestial Recorders conducted by Perfectors of Wisdom and, 25:6.1 (281.6)
     executioners, functions of, 25:3.5 (277.2)
          a group of Universal Conciliators, 25:2.8 (276.1)
          subjection of physical controllers to orders of, 29:4.15 (325.8)
     Executive, a title of the Third Source and Center, 8:2.2 (92.3)
     Minister(s), accompaniment of Creator sons by, on possible outer-universe missions, 55:10.11 (635.2)
          adjutant mind-spirits created by, 34:4.10 (378.4)
          blending of ministry of, with that of other Spirits, 55:10.9 (634.9)
          correlation of, with Paradise gravity circuit of the Eternal Son, 56:3.4 (639.4)
          the creative source of local universe intellect, 112:6.6 (1236.4)
          and Creator Sons, future relations of, 56:7.7 (643.1)
          Daughters of the Conjoint Actor, 3:1.8 (45.6)
          dependence of the Creator Son on the, 33:3.4 (368.4)
          a divine individual, 34:1.4 (375.3)
          embrace by, of cherubim and sanobim, 38:8.1 (423.1)
          evolutionary work of, on inhabited worlds, 34:5.3 (379.3)
          focalization of Truth Spirit of the Creator Son in the, 34:4.7 (378.1), 40:10.2 (452.2)
          functions of the, 21:2.2 (235.5), 33:3.3 (368.3), 34:1.1 (374.4), 34:3.6 (377.2), 34:5.1 (379.1), 36:5.3 (401.7), 40:9.3 (450.5)
               in attainments of the infinite, 0:8.11 (12.2)
               subsequent to her personality metamorphosis, 34:1.1 (374.4)
          Infinite Spirit the creator of, 50:1.1 (572.3)
          nature of the, 34:2.0 (375.4–376.3)
          personal presence of, Holy Spirit the, 36:5.16 (403.4)
          personality of, prior and subsequently to, the final Michael bestowal, 34:2.1 (375.4)
          and registration of quantitative activity of worship and wisdom, 36:5.3 (401.7)
          of Salvington, and the Christian concept of the Trinity, 104:1.12 (1144.9)
               mandate of, concerning the Lucifer rebellion, 54:5.11 (617.11)
          and the seven adjutant mind-spirits, 34:5.3 (379.3), 36:5.4 (402.1), 117:5.10 (1287.1)
          spirit circuits of, 15:9.13 (177.12), 34:4.3 (377.7), 34:5.3 (379.3)
               infusion of Spirit-fused mortals by, 40:9.3 (450.5)
          subordination of, to the Creator Sons, 33:2.4 (367.6)
          unification of spirit ministry of, to the evolving worlds, 56:3.4 (639.4)
          the universe mothers, 33:5.1 (370.6)
          see also Creative Daughter(s); Creative Mother Spirit; Creative Spirit(s); Local—Universe(s) Personalities, Mother Spirit; Universe(s)—Mother Spirits
     personalities, see Personalities—Defined, the divine
     presence, contact with, and spirit-consciousness, 196:3.34 (2097.2)
          a demonstration of God’s existence, 1:2.3 (24.1)
          gift of the, 12:7.13 (139.2), 16:8.19 (195.6)
          and God’s experience with immaturity and imperfection, 2:2.6 (36.4)
          limitation of one’s enjoyment of, 1:4.6 (27.1)
          man’s assurance of the, 12:7.13 (139.2), 40:5.3 (445.4), 159:3.12 (1766.8)
          the Shekinah, a reputed symbol of the, 136:1.4 (1510.1)
          soul’s attempt to identify itself with the spirit ideals of the, 132:3.10 (1460.3)
          the spirit-indwelt mind’s realization of the, 196:3.9 (2094.8)
          spirits of the, function of, 0:12.13 (17.2)
          at the supper of remembrance, 179:5.6 (1942.5)
          surest way of discovering the, 5:2.3 (64.6)
          Thought Adjusters the, 107:7.1 (1183.3), 108:6.3 (1193.2)

Divine—Values
     beauty, 1:4.5 (26.7), 2:6.1 (40.5), 2:7.0 (42.2–43.5), 14:4.13 (157.5), 44:7.2 (507.3), 180:5.9 (1950.4)
          see also Beauty, divine
     forgiveness, 150:5.2 (1682.4), 153:4.3 (1714.2), 174:1.0 (1898.1–1898.5)
     goodness, 1:4.5 (26.7), 1:7.3 (31.3), 2:6.0 (40.5–42.1), 4:3.6 (58.4), 6:2.8 (75.5), 28:6.22 (317.3), 56:10.8–9 (646.9–10), 101:5.13 (1111.3)
          see also Goodness, divine
     judgment, man’s miseries not the personal visitation of, 148:6.11 (1664.3)
          the soul of fairness, 10:6.18 (115.2)
     justice, facts of, day-of-atonement ceremonies a travesty on, 134:9.3 (1494.6)
          mercy in, 2:3.2 (36.7), 39:1.7–9 (428.1–3), 174:1.3 (1898.3)
          the realization of, among the Hebrews, 97:7.11 (1069.6)
     law, the Father’s will, 148:4.5 (1660.4)
          man’s experiential unifying of divine love and, 111:6.6 (1222.5)
     love, 2:5.10 (40.2), 5:1.8 (63.6), 5:6.12 (71.7), 56:10.19 (648.2), 103:4.5 (1133.5), 143:1.4 (1608.1), 156:5.11 (1739.6), 168:4.10 (1849.1), 182:1.26 (1965.20), 188:5.2 (2018.1), 191:5.3 (2043.1)
          see also Love, divine
     mercy, the, 2:4.0 (38.1–5), 97:4.5 (1066.2), 97:7.13 (1070.2)
     ministry, spirit of, 8:4.0 (94.3–95.3)
     perfection, 1:0.4 (22.1), 40:5.19 (447.4), 56:10.12 (647.3), 100:2.6 (1096.3)
     purpose, 9:4.5 (102.5), 32:5.0 (364.3–365.5), 42:0.2 (467.2), 170:2.8 (1860.3)
     truth, 1:4.5 (26.7), 2:7.0 (42.2–43.5), 101:6.7 (1112.3), 130:2.4 (1430.2), 159:4.8 (1768.4), 180:5.2 (1949.4)
          see also Truth—Defined, divine
     truth and beauty, 2:7.0 (42.2–43.5)
     wisdom, 19:2.3 (216.1), 54:1.7 (614.2), 91:9.7 (1002.12), 145:3.8 (1632.7), 146:2.14 (1640.3)
          see also Wisdom, divine

Divining rod origin of the present superstition regarding the, 85:2.5 (946.1)

Divinington Adjusters’ proceeding to, after the mortals’ death, 112:3.4 (1230.2)
          uniformity in experiential nature upon leaving, 107:2.2 (1178.3)
     apparent futility of a Solitary Messenger’s visit to, 107:3.7 (1179.10)
     the “bosom of the Father,” 13:2.7 (148.6)
     centering of certain universe activities of the Mystery Monitors on, 107:3.1 (1179.4)
     College of Personalized Adjusters on, 16:3.2 (186.6)
     deserted Monitors return to, 40:4.1 (444.4)
     divine Monitors’ headquarters, 40:9.2 (450.4), 107:3.0 (1179.4–1180.3)
     function of, and activities on, 13:1.4 (144.4)
     Gravity Messengers’ headquarters, 31:2.2 (347.1)
     the home of Personalized Adjusters, 107:3.10 (1180.3), 109:7.1 (1201.2)
     Jesus’ Adjuster’s return from, at the time of Jesus’ baptism, 136:2.3 (1511.2)
     nonaccessibility of, to ascendant mortals, 13:2.7 (148.6)
     possible only inhabitants of, 107:3.7 (1179.10)
     secrets of, possible reasons for maintaining, 13:1.6 (145.1)
     service of waiting Adjusters on, 49:6.5 (568.8)
     supposition that Adjusters return to, upon death of their subjects, 108:3.7 (1189.3)
     warning against landing on, a divine injunction, 107:3.6 (1179.9)

Divinity about, 0:1.0 (2.1–3.13)
     and absonity, Paradise arrivals’ study of, 30:4.31 (343.6)
     acknowledgment of his, by Jesus, 157:6.3 (1749.2)
     activities, field of, 0:11.6 (14.4)
     apostles’ belief in Jesus’, 161:2.1 (1785.1)
     attainment, and elimination of prejudice, 160:1.13 (1774.5)
          a goal of mortals and midwayers, 32:5.8 (365.4), 77:9.12 (867.3)
          the measure of, 56:10.12 (647.3)
          mortals’, the Adjuster’s desire for, 107:6.2 (1182.4)
          religion an experience of, 5:4.1 (66.5)
          in time and space, analysis of, 106:2.3 (1164.6)
          value of mind, matter, and spirit in, 12:8.15 (140.11)
     attunement, technique whereby a human mind attains, 110:2.5 (1205.3)
     bestowal, mind a, 36:5.17 (403.5)
     character of, Universal Father’s, possessed by Eternal Son, 6:2.5 (75.2)
     characteristics of, 0:1.16 (3.3), 1:7.6 (31.6)
     completion of, Deity encountering of, 0:2.18 (4.12)
     confusion regarding meaning of, 0:0.1 (1.1)
     of Conjoint Actor and Seven Master Spirits, 16:2.5 (186.4)
     consciousness of, a progressive spiritual experience, 12:8.15 (140.11)
     co-ordinate of the Eternal Son, Creator Son as the, 33:1.4 (367.1)
     Creator Sons’ sharing the Father’s, 4:4.4 (58.9)
     Creators’ sharing of, with their universe children, 10:1.3 (109.1)
     degree of, of Third Source and Center, 9:1.7 (100.1)
     the divine presence a foretaste of, 196:3.9 (2094.8)
     divine technique of approach to, 27:4.2 (301.3)
     essence, of Trinity-origin beings, 18:0.11 (207.11)
     eventuated children of, Transcendentalers as, 30:1.92 (332.38)
     evolving, of the Supreme Creators, 32:3.13 (362.2)
     expanding frontiers of, 40:10.8 (453.3)
     experiencing of, religion the, 101:1.1 (1104.4)
     expression, unifying, second level of, 0:1.10 (2.10)
     Father’s sublime traits of, 8:2.8 (93.2)
     finitely manifestable in the Master Sons, 33:2.4 (367.6)
     fruits of, 56:10.20 (648.3)
     of Gabriel’s nature, 33:4.2 (369.5)
     of God, visible manifestation of, rare, 1:3.2 (25.2)
     and greatness, synonymous, 28:6.21 (317.2)
     how correlated in personality, 0:2.2 (3.15)
     to humanity, God’s passage from, 4:4.2 (58.7)
     and humanity, Jesus a combination of, 161:2.5 (1785.5)
     identicalness of Father and Eternal Son in, 7:7.1 (88.7)
     impersonal presences of, on the sacred worlds of the Father, 13:1.3 (144.3)
     Infinite Spirit a revelation of, 8:2.4 (92.5)
     infinity of, enrichment of, 0:12.3 (15.9)
     of Jesus, Peter the first human to believe in and confess the, 179:3.2 (1938.4)
     Jesus’ admission of his, 157:6.3 (1749.2), 158:1.5 (1753.1), 158:4.4 (1756.1), 161:2.2 (1785.2)
          beginning self-consciousness of his, 126:0.1 (1386.1)
          claim of, 161:2.9 (1786.4)
          official announcement of his, 162:1.9 (1790.1)
          power of limiting his human consciousness of his, 161:3.1 (1787.3)
          refusal of his enemies’ challenge to prove his, 136:8.1 (1520.2)
     of Jesus’ life, a revelation of God, 169:4.3 (1856.1)
     John’s assurance of Jesus’, reason, 135:11.3 (1507.2)
     a living connection between humanity and, 180:2.5 (1946.3)
     of the local universe Mother Spirit, 37:0.1 (406.1)
     man cannot grasp perfection of, 2:2.2 (35.6)
     manifestations, invasions of space by, 56:7.5 (642.5)
     man’s ability to discover, only through religious experience, 101:10.4 (1116.5)
     no scientific or logical proofs of, 101:10.6 (1116.7)
     Paradise energy’s kinship to, 42:2.19 (471.3)
     Personalized Adjuster as proof of humanity in partnership with, 136:8.3 (1520.4)
     plural manifestations of, 34:6.2 (380.3)
     prebaptismal, of Jesus, 128:1.8 (1408.5)
     pursuit, the long Paradise trail of, 11:9.8 (127.6)
     qualities of, universe creatures’ technique of appropriating, 106:9.11 (1174.7)
     of quality, vs. degree of reality of will creatures, 2:3.5 (37.3)
     reality values of, blending of, as divine love, 56:10.19 (648.2)
          co-ordination of, as divine mercy, 56:10.19 (648.2)
          manifestation of, as divine ministry, 56:10.19 (648.2)
     realization, attainment of higher levels of, 14:4.22 (158.3)
     relationships, and personality reality, 54:1.4 (613.6)
     response, to finite reality, 105:6.5 (1159.5)
     of the risen Christ, New Testament writers’ belief in the, 196:2.5 (2092.3)
     schools of, on universe headquarters, 48:5.6 (551.1)
     shared by Father with many higher Paradise beings, 2:1.11 (35.4)
     of Sons of Universal Father and Eternal Son, 33:4.2 (369.5)
     soul-bound powers of, need for release of man’s, 160:3.1 (1777.2)
     stability’s relation to, 12:6.1 (135.11)
     of status, an ascending personality’s achievement of, 118:7.8 (1301.5)
     superuniverse functioning of, 56:5.3 (640.7)
     synthesis, evolution of the Almighty power of Supremacy by, 56:6.2 (641.3)
     -tension, and Universal Absolute, 0:4.5 (7.3)
     three types of function of, in mortal personality, 101:2.12 (1107.2)
     time-space, relation of Supreme Being to, 0:7.9 (11.3)
     tools of, ascending pilgrims’ early access to, 28:7.3 (318.1)
     truths of, most comprehensible by man, 194:3.1 (2062.10)
     unifying quality of Deity, 0:1.2 (2.2)
     union with, consciousness of, and solitary communion, 160:1.12 (1774.4)
     Unqualified Absolute devoid of, 0:11.7 (14.5)
     of values, embrace of, by the gospel, 160:5.7 (1781.3)

Divinization Jesus’ faith consciousness of seven stages of, 196:1.6 (2091.2)

Division commanders of armies of heaven, subject to Jesus’ orders, 182:3.8 (1969.3)
     of labor, influence of, on civilization, 81:6.29 (910.2)
          sex, effects of, 84:1.9 (932.6)
          in the supermortal world, man’s concept of a, 85:0.3 (944.3)

Divorce convenient, of modern times, vs. ancient trial marriage, 82:3.15 (917.3)
     easy, and reversion to crude societal stages, 83:7.7 (929.1)
          a supposed special dispensation granted Pharisees, 167:5.4 (1839.1)
     husband’s loss of the wife’s purchase price in case of, 83:3.1 (923.7)
     increasing, a cause of, 83:7.7 (929.1)
     by Jewish men of Jerusalem, possible trifling causes for, 167:5.3 (1838.4)
     laws, uniformity of, in the continental nation, 72:3.8 (812.1)
     and marriage, Jesus’ refusal to lay down laws of, 140:6.6 (1576.6), 140:8.14 (1581.1), 167:5.5 (1839.2)
     practices, of the Jerusalem Jews, Jesus’ disapproval of, 167:5.3 (1838.4)
     present, the explanation of, 111:4.10 (1220.9)
     rate of, in the continental nation, 72:3.9 (812.2)
     as a social safety valve, 83:7.8 (929.2)
     women’s increasing freedom, and, 83:7.7 (929.1)

Divorcement attitudes of Adam and Moses regarding, 140:6.6 (1576.6)
     of politics and religion, prerequisite to, 178:1.9 (1930.6)

Doctors and surgeons shamans’ functioning as, 90:3.2 (989.4)

Doctrine(s) and dogmas, stereotyped religious, man’s sometime retreat to, 102:2.7 (1120.4)
     fetish, enslaving possibilities of a, 88:2.7 (969.5)
     of God, the Scriptures and the, 142:3.2 (1598.3)

Dog(s) ancient man’s contact with the, 66:5.5 (746.3), 69:7.4 (778.7), 81:2.11 (902.1)
     attack of, on swine at Kheresa, 151:6.6 (1696.4)
     detection of ghosts by, primitive man’s belief in, 69:7.4 (778.7), 87:6.11 (964.10)
     domestication of, and guarding of villages, 69:7.4 (778.7), 84:3.10 (934.9)
     family, representatives of the, 61:3.13 (697.8)
     fawning of, on man, 89:4.1 (977.3)
     -fetish cults, origin of, 69:7.4 (778.7)
     gentiles referred to as, 156:1.5 (1735.1)
     Jesus’ contrast of a mortal and a, as to mind and spirit, 130:2.8 (1431.3)
     Nazareth family’s ownership of a, 126:5.11 (1393.8)
     origin of, 61:2.7 (695.5)
     primitive man’s regard for the, 89:5.16 (980.5)
     the sacred animal of the Parsees, 88:1.4 (967.6)

Dogma(s) and creeds, rigid, in present-day Tibetan religion, 94:10.2 (1038.6)
     Jesus’ attempt to prevent his teachings becoming, 179:5.4 (1942.3)
          destroying of, 99:5.3 (1091.2)
     unchallengeable, of the faith-born son of the Universal Father, 102:7.7 (1127.1)

Dogmatic doctrines true religion not a mere intellectual assent to, 101:2.13 (1107.3)

Dogmatism of the believer, vs. that of the scientist, 102:7.7 (1127.1)
     bondage of, Jesus’ influence on the, 103:9.4 (1141.2)
     an enslavement of the spiritual nature, 99:6.1 (1092.1)
     of religion and philosophy, 42:9.1 (479.6)

Doing vs. being, Jesus’ instruction about, 140:10.1 (1584.4)
     the Father’s will, 140:8.2 (1579.4), 180:6.1 (1951.2), 196:2.7 (2093.1)
          see also Father—His Will
     good, Jesus went about, 141:3.6 (1590.1)
     schools of, on the mansion worlds, 48:5.6 (551.1)
     the will of God, the kingdom of heaven, 170:2.11 (1860.6)

Doll early use of the, 88:6.4 (972.4)

Domestic affairs, Herod’s resentment of John’s public criticism of his, 135:10.3 (1506.5)
     animals, an essential to modern national life, 71:1.6 (800.8)
          of the Nazareth family, 126:5.11 (1393.8)

Domesticated animals introduction of, into the Nile delta, 80:1.2 (889.4)

Domestication animal, board of, of the Planetary Prince, 66:5.4 (746.2)
     of animals, about, 69:7.0 (778.4–8)
          result of, 68:5.6 (768.6)
          the second great advance in civilization, 81:2.5 (901.8)
          time of, 66:5.5 (746.3)

Dominance of mediocrity spells the downfall of any nation, 72:9.8 (818.3)

Donkey Jesus’ choice to enter Jerusalem on a, vs. a horse, significance, 172:3.5 (1881.3), 172:5.5 (1884.4), 172:5.8 (1885.3)
          entry into Jerusalem on a, Alpheus twins’ role in, 172:3.9 (1882.2), 172:4.1 (1883.3)
          gift to Tiglath at the end of his sojourn on the mountain, 134:8.10 (1494.3)
          instructions for finding, for Jerusalem entry, 172:3.6 (1881.4)
     Mary’s and Joseph’s, on their journey to Bethlehem, 122:7.4 (1350.6), 122:7.7 (1351.3)
     one of the animals owned by the Nazareth family, 126:5.11 (1393.8)
     use of, to carry Jesus’ supplies to Mount Hermon, 134:8.1 (1492.8)

Doom of darkness, faith’s dispelling of man’s, 102:0.2 (1118.2)
     final, sealing of man’s, vs. choosing the Father’s will, 5:1.11 (64.2)

Door(s) Jesus the, to the Father’s sheepfold, 165:2.7 (1819.3)
          to the kingdom, 166:3.7 (1829.4)
     of the kingdom of heaven, opening of, 147:5.6 (1652.3), 166:1.5 (1826.2)
     of mercy, hungry souls’ free entrance to the, 138:4.2 (1541.4)
     to the straight and narrow way, 166:3.3 (1828.7)
     to the way of life, adequate width of, 166:3.3 (1828.7)

Dothan hills of, Jesus’ youthful view of, 126:1.2 (1387.2)

Double personality Christ Michael not a, 120:4.2 (1331.2)

Double star(s) explosion, in Orvonton, most recent, 41:3.5 (458.5)
     formation, one type of, 15:5.7 (171.2), 41:3.3 (458.3)
     light fluctuations of, 41:3.9 (459.3)
     and nebulae, 15:5.3 (170.6)

Doubt(s) absence of, in the presence of cosmic poise, 100:6.6 (1101.1)
     the believer’s only battle against, 159:3.8 (1766.4)
     deliverance from the bondage of fear and, 157:2.2 (1745.1)
          from the darkness of, 152:6.3 (1705.3)
     and guilt, Peter’s feeling of, 191:1.1 (2039.1)
     honest, not sin, 102:1.1 (1118.4)
     John the Baptist’s periods of temptation to, 135:7.1 (1503.1), 135:11.1 (1506.6)
     Mary’s, regarding Jesus and his mission, 154:6.1 (1721.1)
     source of power to overcome, 142:5.3 (1601.3)
     and Unbelief, one of Jesus’ evening discussions, 150:6.1 (1683.3)

Doubter(s) the believer’s reply to the, 102:6.5 (1124.7)
     honest, proof of Jesus’ love for, 139:8.6 (1561.6)
          Thomas’s apostolic membership a comfort to, 139:8.6 (1561.6)

Doubting Jesus’ admonition to Thomas to cease, 192:2.9 (2048.5)
     Thomas, a misnomer, 139:8.1 (1561.1)

Dove(s) believers to be as harmless as, 178:1.7 (1930.4)
     pair of sacrificial, onetime price of a, 173:1.2 (1888.5)
     sale of, by Jesus’ family, for a charity fund, 123:4.4 (1361.4)
     the symbol of peace and love, 85:3.4 (946.6)

Downfall of Judas, causes, 193:4.0 (2055.4–2057.2)
     of nations, influence of, on a gospel believer, 176:3.2 (1916.2)

Downhearted find the, Jesus’ exhortation to his apostles, 138:6.4 (1543.2)
     Jesus acknowledged by Eber the Sanhedrin as cheering the, 162:2.9 (1792.3)

Downtrodden socially, Jesus’ purpose to proclaim joy to the, 138:3.6 (1540.9)

Dowry bride’s, significance of a, 83:3.3 (924.2)
     bride’s onetime method of earning her, 82:3.10 (916.6)
     purchase and, among the ancients, 83:3.0 (923.7–924.3)

Dragon Chinese worship of the, 85:3.3 (946.5)
     flies, size of early, 59:5.7 (680.9)
     great red, John’s comments on the, 53:7.7 (608.3)
     personalities embraced in the term, 53:1.6 (602.3), 53:5.6 (606.2)

Drama origin of, in acting for spirit guidance, 92:3.6 (1006.3)

Draught of fishes about, 145:1.0 (1628.4–1629.1)

Dravidian(s) absorption of the Aryans by the, 79:4.2 (882.2)
     centers of culture, 79:3.6 (881.6)
     civilization, modern survival of, 79:3.8 (881.8)
     conquerors of India, 78:5.6 (873.2)
     Deccan, Salem missionaries’ penetration into the, 94:2.1 (1028.4)
     identification of, 79:3.1 (881.1)
     India, 79:3.0 (881.1–8)

Drawing and modeling Joseph’s decision as to Jesus’, 124:1.5 (1367.1)

Drawing power Jesus’, over men, 149:2.12 (1672.1)
     of Jesus’ life and death, 188:5.10 (2019.3)
     on minds, Conjoint Actor’s, 9:6.2 (103.7)
     of primal Son of Paradise, 6:4.1 (76.1)
     of the Supreme, 131:8.3 (1452.1)

Drawings prohibition of making of, in present day backward tribes, 86:5.14 (955.2)
     substitution of, for real objects or persons in death sacrifices, 87:2.10 (960.4)

Dread and anxiety, man’s domination by, 113:2.5 (1243.2)
     vs. confidence, and Jesus’ mission, 149:6.5 (1675.6)
     and fear of the Lord, 149:6.3 (1675.4)

Dream(s) ancients’ attitude toward, 86:4.1 (952.7), 87:5.14 (963.9)
     Claudia’s, regarding Jesus, 185:5.8 (1994.2)
     double, early man’s, the soul as, 86:5.1 (953.8)
     experiences, man’s, significance of, 110:5.2 (1208.1)
     extraordinary, not divine communications, 110:5.4 (1208.3)
     and fetishes, 88:1.1 (967.3)
     -ghost-future-life concept, influence of the, 86:4.2 (953.1)
     grotesque, sometime cause of, 110:5.4 (1208.3)
     interpretation, a superstitious speculation, 150:3.9 (1681.4)
          widespread practice of, 90:2.5 (988.1)
     Joseph’s, message of, 122:4.1 (1347.3)
     life, danger in postulating the Adjuster content of, 110:5.5 (1208.4)
     ordinary, not used by God to communicate with man, 86:5.11 (954.10)
     Peter’s, 152:4.0 (1703.1–4), 153:3.6 (1713.1)
     primitive man’s explanation of, 86:5.1 (953.8)
     and Visions, one of Jesus’ evening discussions, 150:6.1 (1683.3)
     of Zacharias, 122:2.5 (1345.7), 135:0.1 (1496.1)
     of Zoroaster, 95:6.2 (1049.5)

Dreamer man a natural, 99:7.5 (1093.3)

Drifts glacial, types of, 61:7.1 (700.6)

Drink the cup apostles’ willingness to, 140:6.10 (1577.4)
     James’s and John’s willingness to, 139:3.8 (1553.4)
     Jesus’ final willingness to, 182:3.9 (1969.4)

Drinking throughout mansion worlds, 47:4.6 (535.2)
     water, Edenic, purification of, 73:5.3 (824.7)

Dropsical man Jesus’ healing the, 167:1.4 (1834.2)

Drought effect of, on Andite migration, 79:1.5 (879.2)
     significance of, to early man, 90:2.6 (988.2)

Drudgery of daily living, religion’s ennobling of the, 100:0.2 (1094.2)
     influence of, vs. that of labor, 70:2.17 (786.8)
     slavish, Jesus’ freeing women from, 149:2.9 (1671.4)

Drugs shamans’ sometime employment of, 90:1.4 (987.2)

Drumlins surface undulations caused by ice, 61:7.1 (700.6)

Drunkenness among primitives, 88:1.9 (968.4)
     a characteristic of the material-comfort era, 50:5.6 (577.1)

Dual associations, of universe creatures, benefits from, 84:6.5 (938.9)
     circulatory system, the Edenic pair’s, 75:7.6 (845.6)
     expression, of the primal thought of the Universal Father, identity of, 56:2.2 (638.6)
     nature, Jesus’ early difficulty in comprehending his, 124:4.2 (1371.5)
          Jesus’ realization of his, 128:1.1 (1407.6)
          of mortals, 34:6.9 (381.3)
     nutrition, of Adam and Eve, 76:4.3 (851.1)
     origin of Creator Son, confirmation of, 37:9.9 (415.1)
          of universes, Paradise Spiritual Sons’ relation to conduct of, 20:8.1 (231.1)
     -origin beings, Paradise classification of, 30:1.29 (331.18)
          definition, 30:1.29 (331.18)
          possible future of, in outer space, 23:4.4 (262.5)
          similar and differing attributes of, 21:2.10 (236.8)
          Trinity Teacher Sons as liaisons between Trinity-origin and, 19:1.1 (214.10)
     spiritism, a great religio-philosophic advance, 87:4.5 (961.6), 87:6.13 (964.12)
          price paid by religion for concept of, 87:4.6 (961.7)
          and white and black magic, 88:6.2 (972.2)
          world-wide appearance of a belief in, 87:4.3 (961.4)

Duality relationships, existence of, between the Seven Absolutes of Infinity, 105:4.2 (1157.3)
     unity, and triunity, 105:4.0 (1157.2–10)

Ductless glands and chemical reactions in human beings, 65:6.6 (737.6)

Dueling as a method of settling disputes, 70:1.19 (785.2), 70:10.7 (795.4), 70:10.16 (796.6)

Duration awareness of, a factor in the time sense of personality, 12:5.9 (135.8)

Duty(ies) attitude of Jesus toward, 161:2.6 (1786.1)
     vs. danger of default, 3:5.12 (51.11)
     devotion to, by man, vs. loyalty of Havona creatures, 3:5.17 (52.3)
     a factor in marriage stability, 83:1.4 (922.7)
     a feeling of, a product of emotional fear, 103:5.1 (1133.6)
     first, of the creature creation, 1:0.4 (22.1)
     the foundation for the acceptance of, 117:4.8 (1284.4)
     vs. friendship, 180:1.6 (1945.3)
     to God and to man, 178:1.5 (1930.2)
     highest human, family life the, 140:8.14 (1581.1)
     human, primitive religion’s concern with, 101:5.10 (1110.13)
     a level of reality of cosmic-mind response, 16:6.7 (192.3)
     man’s consciousness of, a value level, 0:2.1 (3.14), 16:6.10 (192.6)
     to men, and loyalty to God, 132:5.2 (1462.3)
     periodic releases from functional, common to all worlds, 48:4.11 (548.6)
     personal, evolutionary religion’s emphasis on the idea of, 101:5.11 (1111.1)
     recognition of, and morality, 196:3.25 (2096.1)
     relation of, to love, 102:5.3 (1124.2)
     and rights of man, primitive concept of, 87:5.1 (962.2)
     the sacred, of a magistrate, 132:4.8 (1462.1)
     temporal, devotion to, as related to spirit sonship, 178:1.8 (1930.5)
          and spiritual service, recognition of, 181:2.10 (1956.5)
     the whole, of man, 131:2.9 (1445.3), 142:3.22 (1599.14)

Dwellings early European white man’s, 80:9.4 (897.7)
     human, improvement of, under Dan, 66:5.8 (746.6)

Dyaks present religious practices of the, 92:6.1 (1010.5)

Dyaus pitar identity of, 94:1.3 (1027.4)

Dyaus-Zeus identity of, 98:1.3 (1078.1)

Dye Tyrian purple, that made Tyre and Sidon famous, 156:4.3 (1737.4)

Dying apostles’ vague comprehension of Jesus, 158:7.7 (1760.4)
     Peter’s shuddering at the thought of the Master, 158:2.2 (1754.2)

Dynamic believers brotherhood of, the modern Christian church not a, 195:9.10 (2083.6)

Dynamism of all change an appellation of the First Source and Center, 105:3.2 (1155.6)

Dynamos dark islands as, 41:1.5 (456.4)
     solar, function of, 15:6.9 (172.11)

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