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Ea a Mesopotamian deity, 95:1.4 (1042.5)

Ear of the spirit man’s need to listen with the, 142:7.17 (1605.2)

Early ages, characteristic struggles of, 64:7.20 (729.1)
     evolution of religion, 86:0.0 (950.1–957.3)
     home life, Jesus’ discussion of, 177:2.0 (1921.5–1923.1)
     marriage mores, 82:3.0 (915.4–917.3)
     mother-family, 84:2.0 (932.7–933.5)

Earmark(s) of a great soul, tolerance the, 156:5.18 (1740.5)
     of religion, 103:9.5 (1141.3)
     of religious living, 100:6.6 (1101.1)

Earnings communistic apportionment of, a form of slavery, 69:9.5 (780.8)
     excess, Jesus’ belief as to investment of, 163:2.11 (1803.2)
     right to hold and use one’s own, 132:5.24 (1465.3)
     the youthful Jesus’ management of his, 124:4.1 (1371.4)

Ear-piercing of women a partial sacrifice, 89:8.2 (982.6)

Earth composition of outer mass of the, 58:5.2 (668.4)
     core density of, 58:5.1 (668.3)
     crust of, atmosphere a factor in cooling of, 57:8.2 (660.4)
     equalization of tidal frictions of moon and, 57:6.3 (657.6)
     gains of, in size, over the moon, 57:7.2 (659.1)
     life, see Life—on Urantia
     mankind’s onetime worship of, 85:4.1 (946.8)
     robbery of moon’s atmosphere by the, 57:7.4 (659.3)
     stabilization of the crust of the, 57:8.16 (663.2)

Earthen vessels Jesus’ recognition of his apostles’ physical limitations as, 140:6.14 (1578.1)

Earthquake(s) absence of, on Jerusem, 46:2.1 (520.6)
     age of, 57:8.0 (660.3–663.4)
     cause of, 58:5.4 (668.6)
     death of Andon and Fonta caused by, 63:3.4 (713.4)
     on early Urantia, 41:10.4 (466.3)
     effect of, on the Proterozoic stone layer, 58:7.6 (670.8)
     increase and decrease of, on Urantia, 57:8.15 (662.2)
     molten basalt cushion a protection against, 58:5.4 (668.6)
     on new worlds, 41:10.4 (466.3)
     relation of, to land-mass emergence, 57:8.15 (662.2)
     significance of, in the education of Jesus, 123:3.2 (1359.3)
     Urantia’s present daily average number of, 57:8.15 (662.2)

Earthworms evolution of, early, 65:2.5 (732.3)

Ease bed of, life not, 50:6.3 (578.3)
     bread of, multitude’s desire for, 153:2.6 (1710.4)
     -drifting souls, 178:1.10 (1931.1)
     monotonous, service of the kingdom not one of, 143:1.6 (1608.3)
     primitive man’s misuse of, 81:6.7 (907.4)
     seeking, eradication of, a purpose of morontia career, 48:5.8 (551.3)
          Jesus’ question to the twenty-four as to their possible, 155:5.13 (1730.1)
     selfish, life in the Father’s eternal creation not one of, 181:1.2 (1953.4)

East Alexander’s charge on the, with the cultural gift of the civilization of Greece, 195:1.10 (2072.3)
     carrying of Jesus’ message to the, 142:1.7 (1596.9)
     coast of Africa, Andite migration along, 78:5.5 (873.1)
     dominance of Han Empire in the, 134:5.1 (1487.8)
     drift of Paul’s Christian cult to the West rather than the, 121:6.2 (1338.5)
     of Eden, Adam and Eve’s home in the, 74:3.9 (831.6)
          home site of the expected Son, 73:5.1 (824.5)
          schooling of Adam’s children in the, 74:7.1 (835.4)
     the Hellenistic Empire’s dependence on religion from the, 195:1.8 (2072.1)
     Indies, Andite penetration of, 78:5.6 (873.2)
          venturing of Dravidian shipping as far as the, 79:3.7 (881.7)
     races and nationalities of the, all represented in evangelists’ school, 148:1.1 (1657.6)
     and West, conditions favorable in Jesus’ time for spread of a new religion to both, 121:1.1 (1332.2)
          Palestine’s contact with lands to both, 121:1.9 (1333.2)
     and-west land-mass cleavage, 57:8.23 (663.1)
     wind, a devil in India, 85:4.2 (947.1)
          a god in South America, 85:4.2 (947.1)

Easter Island a onetime religious and administrative center for mixed Andites, 78:5.7 (873.3)

Easterly direction, superuniverse one opposite Paradise in an, 15:1.4 (165.3)
     segment of Orvonton, first report on conditions favorable for materialization in the, 57:1.3 (651.5)
     space sector, the future site of Nebadon, departure of organizer and staff for, 57:1.5 (652.1)

Eastern America, onetime connection of, to western Europe by Greenland, 59:5.20 (682.3)
     Asia, Buddhism the religion most representative of Melchizedek truths in, 94:9.1 (1037.4)
          Chinese conquest of, results, 79:8.2 (887.2)
          cutoff of migration to, by glacier, 64:7.1 (726.8)
          dominance of primary Sangiks in, 79:5.1 (883.2)
          occupation of, by yellow race, 64:7.7 (727.4), 64:7.16 (728.5), 78:1.7 (869.3)
          origin in India of many religions and philosophies of, 95:0.1 (1042.1)
          time of red man’s reign in, 79:5.2 (883.3)
     or Babylonian Judaism, vs. Western or Hellenic, 121:6.9 (1339.5), 122:5.11 (1349.7), 124:0.1 (1366.1)
     branch of early Christian church, vs. Jerusalem brethren, 130:2.3 (1430.1)
     coast line of Asia, continuing threat of, to slide into ocean, 58:5.8 (669.1)
     -Connecticut fault, the great, appearance of, 60:1.7 (686.3)
     desert, influence of winds of, on Palestine climate, 124:1.10 (1367.6)
     floor of Mediterranean Sea, sinking of, effect of, on Edenic peninsula, 73:7.1 (826.6), 78:7.7 (875.4)
     focus of the human race, location of, 79:0.1 (878.1)
     Ghats, location of Dravidian culture centers in, 79:3.6 (881.6)
     Hemisphere, belief in man’s creation from clay in the, 74:8.4 (837.3)
          citizens of, in Roman Empire, 132:0.3 (1455.3)
          development of distinct types of life in, 61:4.6 (698.8)
          dispersion of Andites over, and loss of previous homelands, 79:1.7 (879.4)
          dissemination of pottery making over, 81:2.19 (903.1)
          and earliest human cultures, 68:5.2 (768.2)
          enlightenment of tribes of, by Salem missionaries, 93:7.2 (1021.6), 94:0.1 (1027.1)
     ice center in North America, comparative extent of, vs. western and central, 61:5.5 (699.6)
          sheet, area covered by, 61:7.9 (701.8)
     Kentucky, great volcano of, 59:2.5 (675.4)
     life group, noncontribution of, to human species, (703.1) 62:0.1, 62:0.1 (703.1), 62:0.1 (733.3)
          implantation, 58:4.2 (667.6)
               failure of, 65:2.13 (733.3)
     Maine, great volcano of, lava found in stone layers, 59:3.2 (676.6)
     Mediterranean, islands of, onetime location of a superior civilization, 80:7.1 (895.1)
          seaports of, connected to caravan routes passing through Galilee, 121:2.2 (1333.4)
     Mediterranean districts, invasion of, by nomads, results, 80:9.9 (898.4)
     mysticism, admixture of, in statements found in Book of Enoch, 126:3.8 (1390.3)
     Nodites, migration of, to Elam, 73:1.5 (822.2)
          mixture of, with Sangik tribes, 77:4.4 (859.7)
     North America, submergence of, in continental flood stage, 59:2.6 (675.5)
     and northern Europe, time of residence of majority of Andite stock in, 78:5.4 (872.8)
     religionists, difficulty of, in accepting the teachings of Jesus, 149:2.4 (1670.5)
     Semites, Chaldeans of Ur among the most advanced of, 96:2.1 (1054.6)
     shore of the Mediterranean, the most favorable spot for Michael’s appearance, 93:5.2 (1018.7)
     Turkestan, a gateway for Mesopotamian Andites into Asia, 79:1.1 (878.2)
     United States, coal beds of, thickness, 59:5.15 (681.7)
     version of the message of Jesus, eventual fate of, 195:1.11 (2072.4)

Easternmost outpost of true Andite culture, Tarim valley the, 79:1.2 (878.3)
     Vanite settlement, visit of Adamson to the, 77:4.13 (860.8)

Eastward into Asia, penetration of a minority of Adamites, 78:3.2 (870.5)
     deflection of the Gulf Stream, effect of, on Greenland, 59:1.17 (674.3)
     into Elam, migration of one faction of Nodites, 77:4.4 (859.7)
     emptying of the Great Lakes into the Hudson Valley, 61:7.10 (701.9)
     extension of the ancient California sea, connection of, with midwestern sea basin, 60:1.8 (686.4)
          of the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean, 64:1.1 (718.3)
          of the Pacific to the Black Hills region, 60:2.4 (687.5)
     infiltration of some Andites in Eurasia, 79:1.1 (878.2)
     journeys of Adamites and Nodites toward Mesopotamia, 76:0.1 (847.1)
     movement of some Andite blood from Sinkiang and Tibet, 79:6.5 (885.2)
          Mesopotamian Andites to the Iranian plateau and Turkestan, 78:6.3 (873.7)
     nonmigration, of the first Andonites, reason for, 64:1.1 (718.3)
     penetration of Andites to Honan, 79:7.1 (886.2)
          later Andonites, as far as Java, 64:1.6 (719.1)
     spread of the Salem religion, influence by Vedic teachers in the, 94:5.5 (1032.7)
     swing of the course of the superuniverses around Paradise, 15:1.4 (165.3)
     turn of some Mesopotamian Andites toward Sinkiang, 78:6.4 (874.1)
     walls, in Eden, inspection tour of Adam and Eve along the, 74:3.7 (831.4)

East-west cleavage of continental land mass, location of one marine-life implantation in, 58:4.4 (668.2)
     diameter of Paradise, north-south diameter one-sixth longer than, 11:2.2 (119.3)
     mountain systems, locations and ages of, 60:4.3 (692.1)
     pressures of Paradise force-energy circulation system, 11:5.5 (122.5)
     pulsations of nether-Paradise mid-zone, 11:5.6 (122.6)
     ridge of fossil-bearing rock in North America, 58:7.4 (670.6)
     sheltered seas, ancient, western implantation of life in, 65:2.13 (733.3)

Eating throughout mansion worlds, 47:4.6 (535.2)
     with unwashed hands, Jews’ attitude toward, 153:3.6 (1713.1)

Ebal Jesus’ view of, from the hill of Simeon, 126:1.2 (1387.2)

Eber answer of, to Jewish leaders’ taunting, 162:2.9 (1792.3)
     contact of, with Jesus, 162:2.6 (1791.4)
     dispatch of, to apprehend Jesus, 162:2.6 (1791.4)
     presence of, at meeting in home of Nicodemus, 164:2.1 (1810.3)
     refusal of, to arrest Jesus, 162:2.9 (1792.3)

Eccentric Jesus not, 100:7.3 (1101.7)

Eccentricity vs. originality, 149:4.4 (1673.4)

Ecclesiastes the pessimism of, a reaction to the overoptimistic beliefs in Providence, 97:8.2 (1070.5)

Ecclesiastical authority see Authority, ecclesiastical
     sanction, the remembrance supper without, 179:5.8 (1943.1)
     slavery, secularism’s freeing of man from, 195:8.4 (2081.4)
     totalitarianism, gains of secular revolt from, 195:8.6 (2081.6)

Ecclesiasticism incompatibility of, with living faith, 195:10.8 (2084.8)

Echinoderms guide fossils of the age of frogs, 59:5.8 (680.10)
     increase of, time of, 59:3.11 (677.8)

Eclipse(s) Nordic belief concerning, 85:3.4 (946.6)
     prediction of the 1808, by the prophet Tenskwatawa, 90:2.9 (988.5)

Economic abuse(s), correction of, in the continental nation, 72:5.3 (813.4)
          Jesus’ condemnation of, 163:2.11 (1803.2)
     activities in the central universe, 14:5.2 (158.5)
     attitude of Jesus, 140:8.15 (1581.2)
     complexity, and unemployment, 81:6.31 (910.4)
     conditions, influence of, on man’s philosophy of religion, 101:7.1 (1113.7)
     development, Adam’s and Eve’s influence on, 51:6.4 (587.2), 81:5.1 (905.6)
     factors, in modern marriage institution, 84:7.27 (941.8)
     freedom, society as a scheme for securing, 81:5.5 (906.3)
     groups, freedom of kingdom of heaven from, 134:4.7 (1487.4)
     liabilities, modern children as, 84:7.27 (941.8)
     liberation, racial, 52:4.5 (594.8)
     liberty, woman’s increased, and divorce, 83:7.7 (929.1)
     life, of world in light and life, 55:5.3 (629.12)
     lost motion of competition, need for care in elimination of, 71:5.4 (805.4)
     maladjustment, selfish, Christians’ possible fear of exposure of their, 196:1.2 (2090.3)
     necessities’ tying man up with reality, 99:7.5 (1093.3)
     and political entanglements, advice to Michael regarding, 120:3.4 (1329.5)
          systems, religion of the past’s concern with, 99:0.1 (1086.1)
     practices of the northern Chinese, Andite influence on, 79:7.4 (886.5)
     problems, industrial legislature’s control of, in the continental nation, 72:5.3 (813.4)
          Jesus’ unwillingness to pronounce upon, 167:5.6 (1839.3)
          use of spiritual energy in dealing with, 156:5.10 (1739.5)
     realms, Jesus’ ignoring of, in his teachings, 140:8.9 (1580.4)
     reasons for social classes, 70:8.6 (792.10)
     reformer, Jesus not an, 140:8.15 (1581.2)
     reorganization, religion’s proper relationship to, 99:1.6 (1087.3)
     restrictions, effect of, on practice of polyandry, 83:5.3 (926.1)
     rewards, guidance in the just distribution of, 132:5.20 (1464.4)
     slavery, secularism’s selling of man into, 195:8.4 (2081.4)
     status of advanced worlds in light and life, 55:5.3 (629.12)
          of their world, Adam and Eve’s attitude toward, 51:7.4 (588.3)
     system, planetary, transformation of, during post-Teacher Son era, 52:7.3 (598.6)
     theories, Jesus’ nonintention of formulating, 140:8.17 (1581.4)
     transformations of Christian civilization, possibility of, 196:1.2 (2090.3)
     upheavals, of the twentieth century, 99:4.6 (1090.2)

Economics education as affected by the passing of profit-motivated, 71:7.3 (806.3)
     evolution of, necessity for, 71:4.1 (804.1)
     man’s present insurance in the domain of, 86:7.2 (956.5)
     political science’s need to reconstruct, 99:7.2 (1092.6)
     profit-motivated, need for augmentation by service motives, 71:6.1 (805.5)
     religion’s beginning separation from, 97:9.28 (1075.4)

Economy of transition worlds, 44:3.3 (502.2), 46:2.7 (521.4)
     the universal, basis of, 28:6.18 (316.5)

Ecstasy genuine spiritual, and emotional control, 91:7.3 (1000.4)
     mystic experience of, true religion not an, 101:1.1 (1104.4)
     mysticism, and inspiration, 91:7.0 (1000.2–1001.4)
     religious, not divine inspiration, 91:7.4 (1000.5)

Eden a basic factor in the civilization of the violet race, 78:3.1 (870.4)
     basis for the “golden-age” legend, 68:1.7 (764.3)
     Chinese traditions as influenced by Andite traditions of, 79:7.4 (886.5)
     a fact, 74:8.14 (838.6)
     fate of, 73:7.0 (826.6–827.3)
     first, disruption of, effect on Adamic revelation, 92:4.6 (1007.6)
          now submerged under eastern Mediterranean, 73:7.1 (826.6), 78:7.7 (875.4)
     Garden of, see Garden(s)
     glory of, forgotten by followers of Adam, 76:3.2 (849.5)
     improvement of, under Adam’s direction, 73:5.8 (825.5)
     regime of, complications in human evolution arising from the, 81:2.20 (903.2)
     salvage of the ideas and ideals of, 78:1.12 (869.8)
     the second, as the cradle of civilization, 78:0.1 (868.1)
          see also Garden(s), the second
     the seven commandments of, 89:1.4 (975.1)
     submergence of, a natural occurrence, 73:7.2 (827.1)
     tongue of, an Andonic dialect, 74:2.2 (829.4)

Edenic bestowal, failure of, to fully Adamize the Urantia races, 34:7.5 (382.5)
     commission on tribal relations, Serapatatia a chairman of, 75:3.4 (841.4)
     culture, stability of, 51:6.5 (587.3)
     ideal, a new idea on Urantia, 84:7.8 (940.4)
     league, Adam’s system of group control, 74:5.5 (833.5)
     peninsula, sinking of, 73:7.1 (826.6)
     regime, about, 51:6.0 (586.5–587.11)
          influence of Caligastia’s staff in the overthrow of, 75:2.5 (840.7)
     teachings, one of the Urantia revelations, 92:4.6 (1007.6)
          as to woman’s status in society, 84:5.5 (937.2)

Edenites enter Mesopotamia, 76:1.0 (847.3–6)
     later journey to second garden by, 76:0.1 (847.1)

Edentia Adam’s inability to counsel with his superiors on, 75:1.1 (839.2)
     age of mortal ascension, 43:8.2 (494.1)
     animal and plant life of, 43:6.4 (492.4)
     an architectural sphere, 41:1.3 (456.2)
     area devoted to gardens of the Most Highs in, 43:6.2 (492.2)
     ascenders’ status on, 43:9.2 (495.4)
     assemblies, poetic broadcasts of, 44:4.11 (504.3)
     assignments of ascending mortals, 43:9.4 (495.6)
     atmospheric transportation on, 43:1.2 (486.1)
     beauty of, 43:6.0 (492.1–493.1)
     brotherhood schools of, 39:3.7 (433.1)
     circumnavigation of, 43:1.2 (486.1)
     citizenship on, 43:9.0 (495.3–7)
     conclaves, System Sovereigns’ periodic attendance at, 43:4.7 (490.2)
     constellation capital, 15:7.6 (174.6), 43:1.0 (485.5–487.2), 51:3.2 (583.1), 73:4.1 (823.7)
     cultural acquirement, seven phases of, 43:8.4 (494.3)
     experience, ascending mortals’ reaction toward, 43:8.13 (495.2)
     Faithful of Days’ field of activity, 43:4.1 (489.4)
     Fathers since the Lucifer rebellion, 43:5.0 (490.6–491.13)
     Gabriel’s visit to, regarding Lucifer rebellion, 53:2.4 (602.7), 53:5.4 (605.8)
     Gardens of Eden named for, 43:6.2 (492.2), 51:3.2 (583.1), 73:4.1 (823.7)
     headquarters amphitheater and the sea of glass, 43:1.7 (486.6)
     identification, 15:7.6 (174.6), 15:14.6 (182.5), 43:0.2 (485.2), 43:1.0 (485.5–487.2), 51:3.2 (583.1), 73:4.1 (823.7)
     interest of celestial life of, in Amadon, 67:8.3 (762.2)
     Jerusem citizen’s clearance for, 47:10.6 (540.2)
     legislative pronouncements of, 43:2.8 (488.2)
     legislature, ten members of, from system, 43:2.5 (487.7), 45:3.22 (513.3)
     life, classification of the ten types of, 43:6.4 (492.4)
     major spheres, differential visible forms of natives of, 43:7.1 (493.2)
     the Master’s departure to, by way of Jerusem, 193:5.4 (2057.6)
     mechanical controllers and frandalanks on, 41:1.4 (456.3)
     and Melchizedeks as emergency Sons, 35:4.2 (389.1)
     Michael’s stopover at, preparatory to his Urantia bestowal, 136:3.4 (1513.1)
     mobilization point of Gabriel’s reserves during Lucifer rebellion, 53:7.12 (608.8)
     Most High(s), see Most High(s), of Edentia
     Nebadon education on socializing realms attached to, 37:6.2 (412.2)
     nothing on, for a living being to fear, 43:6.5 (492.5)
     present abode of translated Adamic children, 75:6.3 (844.5)
     Psalmist’s description of, 43:3.3 (488.5)
     residence of ascending mortals, 43:8.3 (494.2)
     rulers, past, present, and future term of office of, 43:5.0 (490.6–491.13)
     satellites of, 15:7.6 (174.6), 43:1.3 (486.2), 43:7.2 (493.3)
     schools, students attending the, 43:7.3 (493.4)
     sea of glass on, 43:1.7 (486.6)
     seat of Norlatiadek administration, 43:0.2 (485.2)
     seraphim and Adjuster accompaniment of the mortal to, 113:7.4 (1248.4)
     shrub of, and Urantia’s tree of life, 73:6.3 (825.8)
     size of, 43:0.2 (485.2)
     social architects’ divisional organization on, 39:3.6 (432.7)
          laboratories of, 39:3.7 (433.1)
     spheres, energizing of, 43:8.1 (493.7)
     supreme council of Lanonandeks on, 35:9.4 (393.4)
     model, size and location of, 46:5.27 (526.2)
     training worlds, 43:8.0 (493.7–495.2)
     tree of life, arrival of, on Urantia, 66:4.13 (745.3), 73:6.3 (825.8)
     univitatia, as permanent citizens of, 37:9.8 (414.13), 43:0.4 (485.4), 43:7.1 (493.2)
     worlds, major, number of satellites of each of the, 43:0.2 (85.2), 43:8.2 (494.1)

Edomites David’s heavy taxing of the, 97:9.14 (1073.4)

Edrei labors of Jesus’ followers in, 159:0.2 (1762.2), 165:0.1 (1817.1)
     Thomas’s and his associates’ work at, 159:3.1 (1765.3)

Education about, 71:7.0 (806.1–13)
     advances in, during postbestowal Son age, 52:5.3 (596.1)
     in Alexandria and Galilee, comparison of, 124:0.1 (1366.1)
     artificial and superficial, modern child culture and, 84:7.23 (941.4)
     builders, function of, 44:3.6 (502.5)
     characteristics of, present and eventual, 71:7.4 (806.4)
     of children, of Adamic and native unions, 51:5.5 (586.2)
          and the home, in the continental nation, 72:3.4 (811.4)
          reason for need of, 68:0.2 (763.2)
     Christianity and, 195:0.3 (2069.3)
     compulsory, a factor in an expanding civilization, 71:4.7 (804.7)
     in the continental nation, 72:4.0 (812.3)
     a definition, 71:7.5 (806.5), 123:5.8 (1363.1), 140:4.10 (1573.1)
     on Edentia, 37:6.2 (412.2), 43:8.0 (493.7–495.2)
     effect on civilization of man’s control of, 81:6.25 (909.6)
     as a factor in vital decisions of moral creatures, 67:3.7 (756.8)
     Fad’s methods of, 66:5.9 (746.7), 66:7.6 (751.1)
     Galilean Jews’, systematic program for, 123:2.13 (1358.10)
     general, true teachers’ support of, 90:2.9 (988.5)
     of girls, Jesus’ belief concerning, 127:1.5 (1396.2)
     higher, apostles’ lack of, 139:0.4 (1548.4)
     Jesus’ early, from his parents, 123:2.3 (1357.7)
          effect of Joseph’s death on, 124:5.2 (1373.2), 126:2.2 (1388.2)
          home, for his brothers and sisters, 126:1.3 (1387.3)
               as taught by Mary, 123:2.14 (1358.11)
          intellectual and theological, from the chazan, 123:5.8 (1363.1)
          Jewish, 123:5.2 (1362.3)
          real, obtained by mingling with his fellow men, 123:5.8 (1363.1)
     of John the Baptist, 135:0.4 (1496.4)
     law, compulsory, Jewish, 123:5.11 (1363.4)
     lifelong, in the ideal state, 71:7.5 (806.5)
     local universe, assistant teachers’ connection with, 39:2.7 (430.3)
     a means of gaining knowledge, 81:6.13 (908.2)
     Nebadon, 37:6.1 (412.1)
     Nodite oversight of second-garden, 76:2.3 (848.3)
     and other Melchizedek activities, on Jerusem, 46:6.6 (527.8)
     personal, of Havona pilgrims, 30:4.27 (343.2)
     possible failure of modern, 88:6.7 (972.7)
     present backwardness of, 81:6.25 (909.6)
     probable effect of, on Buddhism, 94:12.5 (1041.3)
     purpose of, 16:6.11 (192.7), 71:7.1 (806.1), 195:10.17 (2086.3)
     quality of Judas’s, 139:12.7 (1566.6)
     relation of, to a good inheritance, 76:2.6 (848.6)
     religious, promotion of, 99:6.2 (1092.2)
     a result of, 25:3.12 (278.3)
     Roman, loyalty bred by, 195:2.3 (2072.7)
     secular, possible influence of, on a spiritual renaissance, 195:10.17 (2086.3)
     secularization of, result, 195:8.13 (2082.5)
     seraphic development by, 39:0.1 (426.10)
     social, of ascendant pilgrims on Havona, 26:11.1 (296.4)
     and training, one foundation fact of a true family, 142:7.8 (1604.3)
          of youth, society’s right of, 70:9.9 (794.4)
     universal, establishment of, a level of statehood, 71:8.7 (807.3)
          and intellectual acquisition, 37:6.6 (412.6)
     universe, purpose of, 2:7.12 (43.5)
     wise fathers’ planning for their children’s, 142:7.8 (1604.3)
     value of in character development, 76:2.6 (848.6)

Educational application in schools of the Prince, 50:4.6 (575.7)
     attainments of apostles, 139:0.4 (1548.4)
     courses of military trainees in the continental nation, 72:11.2 (819.1)
     growth, some indications of, 100:1.3 (1094.5)
     institution(s), the family as an, importance of, 82:0.2 (913.2)
          local universe, 39:1.14 (428.8)
     ministry, of Paradise Spiritual Sons, 20:8.1 (231.1)
          of Vorondadek Sons, 18:7.2 (213.4)
     opportunities, influence of, on man’s religion, 101:7.1 (1113.7), 102:3.1 (1121.3)
     pressure, possible effect of, 103:5.11 (1135.1)
     system(s), of the continental nation, 72:4.0 (812.3–813.1)
          of Jerusem, 45:7.0 (517.3–518.4)
          mansion world and morontia, 44:2.11 (501.10), 47:5.3 (536.1), 48:5.5 (550.6)
          of Nebadon, 37:6.1 (412.1)
          planetary, transformation of, during post-Teacher Son era, 52:7.3 (598.6)
          of post-Adamic epoch, world-wide character of, 52:3.10 (594.1)
          of Salvington, 35:3.1 (387.2), 35:10.3 (394.5), 37:6.1 (412.1)
          for younger Material Sons, perfection of, 45:5.7 (515.6)
     unit, importance of the family as an, 82:0.3 (913.3)
     worlds of superuniverses, service of Havona Servitals on, 25:1.7 (274.4)

Educator(s) of ascending mortals, Melchizedek sphere the meeting ground for, 35:3.11 (387.12)
     household fire the first, 69:6.3 (777.6)
     Melchizedeks as, 35:2.1 (385.4), 35:3.1 (387.2), 35:10.3 (394.5), 37:7.1 (413.2), 45:5.7 (515.6), 45:7.3 (517.5)
     universal, Daynals the, 20:7.3 (230.5)

Effect cause and, the I AM as both, 105:1.5 (1153.2)
          in the physical domains, man’s slowness to learn secrets of, 90:3.9 (990.4)
          relationship of evolution and culture, 81:5.1 (905.6)
          to the savage, 86:2.3 (951.5)

Effectiveness of language, a factor in civilization, 81:6.16 (908.5)
     of material resources, a factor in civilization, 81:6.14 (908.3)
     of mechanical devices, a factor in civilization, 81:6.20 (909.1)

Effects universe, vs. universe causes, 3:6.3 (53.1)

Effigies alleged effectiveness of, in magic, 88:5.3 (971.5)

Effort(s) creature, and Creator purpose, Supreme’s response to, 117:1.9 (1279.7)
     intelligent, a prerequisite to happiness, 48:7.10 (556.10)
     joy not always produced by, 48:7.10 (556.10)
     and rewards, of the Paradise career, 50:7.3 (579.2)
     supreme, of trinitization candidates, 22:7.6 (249.6)

Effrontery exhibition of, by the Sanhedrists before Pilate, 185:2.4 (1989.7)

Ego alter, see Alter ego
     and alter ego, and the evolution of prayer, 91:3.0 (996.7–997.5)
     cravings, and the social consciousness, 103:5.4 (1134.2)
     dignity, wear and tear of, 48:6.37 (555.5)
     exaltation of, humor the divine antidote for, 48:4.15 (549.2)
     -will, and the other-than-self will, 103:5.4 (1134.2)

Egocentric ways of preventing one’s religious life from becoming, 103:1.3 (1130.2)

Egoism vs. altruism, 103:2.7 (1131.6)

Egoistic -altruistic conflict, the clan as a challenge to the, 103:3.1 (1132.1)
     ambition, ascending morontians’ socialization of, 44:8.4 (508.2)
     nature, the child’s development of, 103:2.9 (1131.8)
     prayer may be either altruistic or, 91:4.3 (998.1)

Egotism conceited, self-analysis and, 140:8.27 (1583.1)
     national, effect of, on the Jews, 97:10.3 (1075.8)
          an essential to social survival, 71:3.2 (803.2)
     the suicidal nature of, 111:6.9 (1223.1)
     theologic, and revealed religion, 92:7.2 (1012.3)

Egypt Abraham’s sojourn in, 93:5.7 (1019.4)
     Amenemope’s teaching in, 95:4.0 (1046.2–6)
     Andite migrations to, and influence on, 78:6.5 (874.2), 80:6.1 (894.2)
     Bedouin Semites’ departure from, under Moses’ leadership, 96:3.0 (1055.4–1056.2)
          entrance into, as contract laborers, 96:2.2 (1054.7)
     brother and sister marriage in, 82:5.4 (918.4)
     caste system of, 70:8.11 (793.3)
     cult of Isis in, 95:1.7 (1043.2), 95:5.12 (1048.6), 98:4.8 (1082.1)
     degeneration of, a factor in the independence of Palestine, 121:2.8 (1334.2)
     infiltration of inferior tribes into, 80:1.3 (889.5), 80:6.5 (894.6)
     Jesus’ sojourn in, on way to Rome, 130:3.0 (1432.1–1433.5)
     Joseph as a civil administrator in, 93:9.5 (1023.2)
     Joseph’s influence in, on behalf of Melchizedek teachings, 93:9.5 (1023.2), 95:3.5 (1046.1)
     Judah under tribute to, after defeat of Josiah, 97:9.24 (1074.6)
     Melchizedek teachings in, 93:7.1 (1021.5), 95:2.1 (1043.7), 96:2.5 (1055.3), 98:0.1 (1077.1)
     Mesopotamian influence on, 95:3.1 (1045.4)
          migration to, 80:1.3 (889.5)
     and the monotheism of Ikhnaton, 95:5.0 (1047.1–1049.3)
     moral and intellectual, rather than spiritual, 95:3.5 (1046.1)
     one reason for the child Jesus’ being taken to, 95:5.2 (1047.2)
     onetime most thoroughly blended religious philosophy in, 95:2.1 (1043.7)
          occupancy of, by a blended colored race, 78:3.6 (871.2)
     persistence of the Sethite Trinity concept in, 104:1.2 (1143.5)
     the Pharaoh’s fear of the Bedouins’ organization against, 96:3.4 (1056.1)
     place of final struggle of orange and green races, 64:6.13 (724.3)
     readiness of, for Salem teachings, 95:2.2 (1044.1), 95:3.5 (1046.1)
     seven distinct types of human beings in, 80:6.2 (894.3)
     sojourn of Joseph, Mary, and baby Jesus in, 122:10.4 (1354.3), 123:0.3 (1355.3)
     successive domination of, by various colored races, 64:7.15 (728.4)
     successor to Mesopotamia as the world’s cultural center, 80:6.1 (894.2)
     the transmitting agent of culture and religion to the Occident, 95:5.14 (1049.2)

Egyptian(s) art, effect of making burial statues on, 95:2.4 (1044.3)
     belief of, regarding the soul and the spirit, 86:4.8 (953.7), 111:0.4 (1215.4)
     bondage, Judah’s period of real, 97:9.24 (1074.6)
     calendar, reform of, accuracy of, 77:2.12 (858.1)
     comparison of, with the Amerinds, in religious practice, 95:2.3 (1044.2)
     concept of God of heaven, 142:3.5 (1598.6)
     cult of Osiris and Isis, popularity of, in the Greco-Roman world, 98:4.4 (1081.7)
          ritual, origin of, 98:4.0 (1081.4–1082.1)
     early religion, 95:2.0 (1043.7–1045.3)
     embalming of the dead, 95:2.4 (1044.3)
     influence on the Hebrew religion, 95:2.1 (1043.7), 95:5.15 (1049.3), 96:0.3 (1052.3), 96:3.1 (1055.4), 96:5.3 (1058.1), 96:7.1 (1060.1)
     preservation of many Mesopotamian teachings by the, 95:1.11 (1043.6)
     Ptolemaic and Palestinian independence, 121:2.8 (1334.2)
     pyramid, first, built by the Andite, Imhotep, 80:6.4 (894.5)
     religious philosophy, Moses’ comprehension of, 96:4.1 (1056.3)
     royal family, Moses a descendant of, significance, 95:5.3 (1047.3)
     ruler(s), Moses’ influence with the, 96:3.3 (1055.6)
          one, testimony of, regarding his ka, 111:0.6 (1215.6)
     Salemite physician, influence of, on Ikhnaton’s philosophy, 95:5.1 (1047.1)
     slavery, teachings regarding Joseph’s being sold into, 126:1.2 (1387.2)
     source of the medical knowledge of the, 90:4.9 (992.1)
     superstitions of, regarding a celestial stairway, 95:2.8 (1045.1)
     and their national system of gods, 80:6.4 (894.5)
     triad, onetime, Truth-Justice-Righteousness a, 95:3.3 (1045.6)
     triad gods, 104:0.3 (1143.3)

Eighth race of Urantia, 73:1.3 (821.6), 77:2.8 (857.5)

El identity of, 96:1.7 (1053.5)

El Elyon concept, persistence of, in Egypt, 96:2.5 (1055.3)
     identity of, 93:3.2 (1016.4), 96:1.4 (1053.2)
     Machiventa’s revelation of the identity of, to Amdon, 93:2.1 (1015.1)
     Melchizedek church members’ belief in, 93:4.1 (1017.3)
          known as priest of, 93:2.4 (1015.4)
     Moses’ father-in-law a Kenite worshiper of, 96:4.2 (1056.4)
          futile attempts to adapt concept of, to the illiterate Hebrews, 96:5.5 (1058.3)
     the Most High God, 142:3.4 (1598.5)
     the one God, Ikhnaton’s keeping alive the doctrine in Egypt, 95:5.2 (1047.2)

El Shaddai Egyptian concept of God, 96:1.5 (1053.3), 142:3.5 (1598.6)
     material prosperity a reward for serving, 96:1.6 (1053.4)
     Moses’ parents worshipers of, 96:4.2 (1056.4)

Elam eastern Nodites’ headquarters, 73:1.5 (822.2), 77:4.4 (859.7)

Elamites civilization of, 77:4.4 (859.7)
     peace between Adamites and, 76:2.9 (849.3)

Elder(s) brethren of Urantia mortals, midwayers as, 77:9.10 (867.1)
     brother, of each believer, Christ intended to be, 170:5.17 (1865.7)
          Immanuel as Michael’s, 119:1.1 (1309.2), 120:0.6 (1324.3), 127:2.12 (1398.4), 128:1.11 (1409.1), 136:3.3 (1512.7)
          Jesus as man’s, 40:6.5 (448.4), 169:4.1 (1855.2), 169:4.13 (1857.4)
          Zebedee daughters looked on Jesus as their, 129:1.5 (1420.2)
     council of, the first governmental body, 70:5.2 (788.14), 70:5.3 (789.1)
          transition from, to other forms of government, 70:12.2 (798.1)
     of Ephraim, anointing of David by, 97:9.11 (1073.1)
     four and twenty, see Four and twenty, counselors
     functions of, in primitive society, 70:5.3 (789.1), 70:11.12 (797.10), 80:5.6 (893.8), 82:4.2 (917.5), 83:3.2 (924.1)
     Hebrew, loss of judicial role by, 97:9.15 (1073.5)
     of Israel, amazement of, that Jesus did not return to address the multitudes, 177:3.7 (1924.3)
          coming rejection of Jesus by, 158:7.3 (1759.5)
          interruption of Jesus’ sermon by, 173:2.2 (1891.3)
          Jesus’ plea for co-operation with, 175:1.8 (1906.5)
               warning to the, 173:4.4 (1894.2)
          the law of the, Jesus’ attitude toward, 153:3.3 (1712.3), 153:3.6 (1713.1)
          relief of, at not having to arrest Jesus in public, 177:4.12 (1927.1)
          request by, for Jesus to save the centurion’s servant, 147:1.1 (1647.3)
     of Nazareth, and the episode of Jesus’ drawing in school, 124:1.4 (1366.5)
          plans of, to send Jesus to school at Jerusalem, 124:5.5 (1373.5)
     requirements for Sanhedrin to ordain an, 173:2.3 (1891.4)
     respect for, a Salem commandment, 93:4.13 (1018.2)
          subject of Dalamatia prayer, 66:5.15 (747.5)
     saliva of an, valued by primitives, 88:1.8 (968.3)
     the seventy ruling, of Alexandria, 130:3.8 (1433.3)
     statesmen, house of, of the continental nation, 72:2.7 (809.8), 72:2.17 (810.10)

Elealah labors of the seventy in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Elections popular, function of, 71:2.8 (802.2)

Elective bodies on Jerusem by whom selected, 45:7.5 (518.1)

Electric air-ceiling of Jerusem, and lighting, 46:1.4 (519.5)
     disturbances, decrease of, on Urantia, 57:8.18 (662.5)
     fields, tense, a source of short space rays, 58:3.2 (667.1)
     force, inability of, to hold together atomic nuclei, 42:8.4 (479.2)
     types, planetary mortal, 49:2.22 (562.6)

Electrical activities, effect of, on atoms, 42:3.8 (472.6)
     installations on worlds of nonbreathers, function of, 49:3.3 (563.6)
     reactions, and the Unqualified Absolute, 65:6.8 (738.1)

Electricity effect of, on man’s labor, 81:2.14 (902.4)
     fire’s relation to discovery of, 69:6.8 (778.3)
     generation, vs. transformation of space energies into morontia material, 48:2.14 (543.8)
     man’s tardiness in the use of, 81:6.8 (907.5)
     not a basic energy of space, 41:1.2 (456.1)
     relation of, to heat, etc., 42:4.1 (472.12)
     scientists’ inability to explain, 133:5.4 (1476.6)
          possible measurement of the energy of, 133:5.4 (1476.6)

Electrochemical domains of response to stimuli, 65:7.8 (739.4)
     mechanism, relation to the spirit-morontia energy system, 111:1.5 (1216.6)
     order of life activation, 16:8.15 (195.2)

Electrochemistry Life Carriers’ function on levels of, 65:1.3 (730.10)

Electrochemists universe, function of, 36:2.14 (398.1)

Electron(s) activity, dependence of chemical behavior on, 42:7.6 (477.8)
     advantage to, of nonexistence of ether, 42:5.16 (476.2)
     annihilation of, a source of solar energy, 41:7.4 (463.4)
     breaking up of, at electronic boiling point, 41:7.12 (463.12)
     collision, and loss of light-energy, 42:5.6 (475.2)
     comparative room for, in atoms, 42:7.2 (477.4)
     direct-line motion through space of, 42:5.14 (475.10)
     escape of, conditions favoring, 42:7.9 (478.3)
     gravity control of large suns over, 41:9.1 (465.1)
     influence of cold in organization of, 42:4.5 (473.3)
     journey of, through space, 41:5.4 (460.8)
     mass and volume of, comparative, 42:6.8 (477.2)
     number of, in calcium, 41:6.4 (462.2)
          of modified forms of, 42:6.5 (476.7)
          of ultimatons in typical, 42:6.5 (476.7)
     orbital shifting of, results of, 42:5.6 (475.2), 42:7.7 (478.1)
     primary associators’ manipulation of, 29:4.33 (328.2)
     relation of ultimatonic matter to, 42:3.3 (472.1)
     speeding up of, by solar temperatures, 41:7.13 (463.13)
     spin, influence of, on origin of space rays, 58:3.3 (667.2)
     subjection of, to gravity, 41:9.2 (465.2)
     in supergases, number of, 41:4.3 (459.7)
     transmutation of ultimatons into circuits of, 42:4.3 (473.1)
     ultimaton content of an, 42:4.3 (473.1), 42:6.5 (476.7)
     ultimatons, atoms, and, 42:6.0 (476.3–477.2)
     variable behavior of, 42:7.10 (478.4)
     wavelike energy extension of, 42:7.8 (478.2)
     weight of an, 42:6.7 (477.1)

Electronic activity, heat the measurement of, 42:4.5 (473.3)
     association(s), formation of, in open space, 42:4.9 (473.7)
          of ultimatons, 41:9.1 (465.1)
     axial and orbital revolutions, velocities of, 42:7.3 (477.5)
     behavior, relation of, to nuclear proximity, 42:7.8 (478.2)
     boiling point, 41:7.12 (463.12)
     circuit, inner, relative distance from atomic nucleus to, 42:7.2 (477.4)
     condensation, cause of, 41:3.6 (458.6)
     construction, and atomic breakup, temperature’s effect on, 42:4.7 (473.5)
     dimensions, differential, determination of, 42:6.6 (476.8)
     energies, organizing, in organized space, 42:4.6 (473.4)
     -energy particles, immunity of uncharged, to linear gravity, 42:6.2 (476.4)
     level of energy-matter, universe power the, 0:6.2 (9.4)
     matter, definition, 42:3.5 (472.3)
          function of ultimatonic interassociation in, 42:6.6 (476.8)
     organization of universe power, seven phases of, 29:2.13 (321.5)
     stage of energy, basis of materialization, 42:5.6 (475.2)
     units, determination of negative and positive reactions of, 42:6.6 (476.8)
     unpredictability, 42:7.10 (478.4)

Elemental types, planetary mortal, 49:2.15–18 (561.14–562.2)

Elements chemical, number of basic Havona, 14:2.3 (154.5)
          of Urantia, 42:9.3 (480.1)
     fear of the, by Andonites, 63:6.3 (716.2)
     heaviest, and behavior of electrons of, 42:7.9 (478.3)
     heavy, settling of, toward Urantia’s center, 57:7.3 (659.2)
     worship of the, 85:4.0 (946.8–947.3)

Elephants age of the, 61:3.0 (696.5–698.2)
     blue man’s training of, 66:5.5 (746.3)
     evolution of, vs. reproduction of mice, 49:1.6 (560.5)
     intelligence and adaptation of, 61:3.6 (697.1)
     of Miocene period, brain size, 61:3.6 (697.1)

Eleusinian mysteries development of, in Greece, 98:2.10 (1079.7)

Elihu identity of, 96:7.7 (1060.7)
     teaching of, regarding human salvation, 96:7.7 (1060.7)

Elijah beginning of secret writing by, 97:9.20 (1074.2)
     campaign of, against the Baalites, 97:3.6 (1065.3)
     comparison of John the Baptist with, 135:6.3 (1502.1)
     contribution of, to the spiritual status of the northern kingdom, 97:2.1 (1064.2)
     a defender of the old land mores, 97:9.19 (1074.1)
     denouncing of Ahab by, 97:9.19 (1074.1)
     and Elisha, 97:2.2 (1064.3)
     the Father’s speaking through, 155:6.2 (1730.6)
     influence of, on John the Baptist, 135:1.4 (1497.2), 135:4.5 (1499.5)
     Jesus compared with, 157:3.5 (1746.2)
     John the Baptist’s assumption of the dress and speech of, 135:4.5 (1499.5), 135:6.3 (1502.1)
          belief as to the return of, 135:4.4 (1499.4)
     Joseph’s story to Jesus about, 123:5.12 (1363.5)
     one of the greatest of prophets, 97:9.19 (1074.1)
     Peter’s erroneous identification of a transfiguration visitor as, 158:1.8 (1753.4)
     of prophecy, Jesus’ reference to John the Baptist as, 158:2.2 (1754.2)
     the prophet of Mount Carmel, 135:1.4 (1497.2)
     on Urantia advisory council, 45:4.15 (514.5)

Elijah Mark funeral of, apostles’ absence from, 192:4.6 (2051.3)

Eliphaz advice of, to Job, 148:6.4 (1663.2)

Elisha and Elijah, 97:2.2 (1064.3)
     works of, at Shunem, 124:6.3 (1374.3)

Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist, ancestry of, 122:2.1 (1345.3), 135:0.4 (1496.4)
     assurance of, about Jesus as the Messiah, 135:3.3 (1498.2)
     death of, 135:4.1 (1499.1)
     discussion of, with Mary, regarding their sons, 127:3.11 (1400.3)
     education of, 135:0.4 (1496.4)
     Gabriel’s appearance and message to, 122:2.0 (1345.3–1346.3)
     and John’s visit to the Nazareth family, 127:3.11 (1400.3)
     reaction of, to Gabriel’s visit, 122:2.4 (1345.6), 135:0.1 (1496.1)

Elizabeth of Tiberias a member of the women’s corps, 150:1.1 (1678.5)

Ellanora function of, on Panoptia, 53:7.1 (607.2)

Ellipse the great, 11:8.2 (125.5), 41:9.2 (465.2)

Elliptical path of the superuniverses, 15:1.2 (165.1)

Elman supervisor of the kingdom’s first hospital, 148:0.1 (1657.1), 148:2.1 (1658.4)

Eloah singular of Elohim, 96:1.8 (1053.6)

Elohim doctrine, almost complete eradication of, by the time of Jesus, 104:1.8 (1144.5)
     God concept changed from Yahweh to, under Elijah’s teaching, 97:3.6 (1065.3)
     the God of Gods, 64:6.26 (725.7), 169:4.8 (1856.6), 169:4.8 (1856.6)
     (God), vs. the Father, 169:4.8 (1856.6)
          Jesus not the manifestation of, 169:4.9 (1856.7)
     identity of, 96:1.8 (1053.6), 142:3.6 (1598.7), 169:4.9 (1856.7)

Elopement pseudo, onetime practice of, 83:2.2 (923.2)
     a technique of escape from purchase of a wife, 83:3.2 (924.1)

Eloquence man’s mind not to be overawed by, 159:3.2 (1765.4)
     persuasive, Jesus’ refusal to employ, 186:2.3 (1999.3)
     preacher’s, humans’ susceptibility to, 154:6.8 (1722.4)

Emanations(s) of highly heated orbs and dark energy-charged spheres, 41:2.4 (457.3)
     light, from bodies of Adam and Eve, 74:6.5 (834.7)
     luminous, a figure of speech connoting a spirit manifestation, 0:6.9 (10.1)
     of man’s own intellect, often taken for the Adjuster’s voice, 110:5.6 (1208.5)
     of nether Paradise, responsiveness of, to central gravity pull, 11:8.2 (125.5)
     from the outer zone of nether Paradise, extent of, 11:5.7 (122.7)
          pulsating behavior of, 11:5.8 (123.1)
     radium, atomic weight of form of lead produced by, 42:4.12 (474.2)
     space, imbibing by Adam and Eve of light and energy from certain, 74:6.4 (834.6)
     subconscious, ideas emerging from the normal psychic function of the mind, 110:4.3 (1207.3)

Emancipation proclamation, of all women, Jesus’ charge an, 150:1.3 (1679.2)
     of the soul, prerequisite to, 160:1.8 (1773.5)

Embalming the dead, origin of Egyptians practice of, 95:2.4 (1044.3)
     of their dead, by the Jews, 188:1.4 (2013.3)

Embellishment of detention spheres for future unknown use, on Michael’s orders, 53:7.1 (607.2)
     of Havona spheres, 14:3.7 (156.4), 18:2.4 (209.2)
     of Jerusem spiritual zones, character of, 46:4.9 (523.3)
     living, on constellation headquarters, 43:6.1 (492.1), 43:6.7 (492.7)
     of mansion world structures, character of, 48:3.15 (546.8)
     morontia, of the finaliter world, 47:1.2 (530.6)
          reality of, to nonmaterial beings, 44:3.9 (502.8)
          the work of the celestial artisans, 44:0.1 (497.1)
     of morontia companions’ programs by celestial artisans and reversion directors, 48:3.11 (546.4)
     overmuch, of houses of worship, not conducive to spirit communion, 167:6.6 (1840.5)
     spirit, nonexplainability of, to mortals, 44:6.1 (506.2)

Emblem of the bestowal and ministry of the Spirit of Truth, 179:5.1 (1941.6)
     of divine spirit, water baptism the, 144:6.9 (1625.6)
     of Lucifer, description, 53:5.5 (606.1)
     material, of the Trinity government, identity of, 53:5.4 (605.8)
     of Melchizedek, description, 93:2.5 (1015.5)
     of modern physicians, origin, 85:3.3 (946.5)

Embryo human, a definition, 112:5.4 (1232.5)

Embryonic state in the evolution of civilization, 71:1.0 (800.3–801.12)

Emergency(ies) council of Edentia, membership, 43:5.14 (491.10)
          of ex-mortals, on Jerusem, 54:5.12 (618.1)
     the guardian seraphim’ s’ functioning in, 113:5.4 (1246.3)
     ministers, Melchizedeks as, 35:4.4 (389.3)
     Son(s), Machiventa Melchizedek’s decision to function as, on Urantia, 93:1.3 (1014.5)
          the Melchizedeks’ fame as, 35:2.1 (385.4), 35:4.2 (389.1), 93:0.1 (1014.1)

Emergent energy two phases of transmutation of, 42:2.10 (470.1)

Emigration effect of, on class distinction, 70:8.5 (792.9)

Emissaries of social uplift, during reign of Planetary Prince, 66:6.4 (749.6)
     of special assignment, Solitary Messengers as, 23:2.22 (260.2)

Emmaus brothers from, report of their contact with Jesus, 190:5.8 (2036.3)
     the morontia Jesus’ appearance at, 190:5.0 (2034.2–2036.3)

Emotion(s) of the ages, expression of, 27:7.6 (304.4)
     acquaintance of Son of Man with, 129:4.4 (1425.3)
     animals’ ability to express, 109:4.1 (1198.4)
     a concomitant of religion, 101:5.9 (1110.12)
     as a conditioning factor in religion, 92:1.4 (1004.2)
     the cult’s satisfying of, 87:7.1 (965.5)
     of dawn mammals, 62:2.3 (704.2)
     designers, a group of celestial artisans, 44:6.5 (506.6)
     eclipsing, of spiritual beings, 25:1.6 (274.3)
     expression of the tempo of, by music, 195:7.20 (2080.5)
     holier, fostering of, 39:2.5 (430.1)
     Jesus’ experiencing of, 128:1.2 (1407.7)
     man’s nonsenuous, angels’ sharing of, 38:2.1 (419.1)
     not essentially a part of religious experience, 101:5.9 (1110.12)
     one of the Master’s rare demonstrations of, 143:1.8 (1608.5)
     of primitive man, Father’s recognition of, 155:6.17 (1733.5)
     religious, man’s earliest, source of, 64:1.2 (718.4)
          no mystic faculty for reception or expression of, 101:1.2 (1104.5)
     strong, vs. leadings of the divine spirit, 159:3.6 (1766.2)
     transformation of, into loyalties of mind and experiences of the spirit, 155:5.15 (1730.3)

Emotional adjustment, lack of, 156:5.18 (1740.5)
     agony, Jesus’, one cause of his quick death on the cross, 187:5.8 (2011.4)
     appeal(s), of Jesus, vs. his personality, 141:7.10 (1594.4)
               one of the few, 155:5.14 (1730.2)
          response of conscience to, 154:6.8 (1722.4)
     casualty, unhappiness an, 160:1.6 (1773.3)
     control and genuine spiritual ecstasy, 91:7.3 (1000.4)
     excitement, not the ideal spiritual stimulus, 160:3.1 (1777.2)
     fear, feelings of social duty and moral obligation products of, 103:5.1 (1133.6)
     impulses, vs. unselfish urges, 103:5.5 (1134.3)
     instability, vs. sympathy and pity, 149:4.3 (1673.3)
     maturity, essential to self-control, 52:6.6 (598.1)
     reactions, and a philosophy of living, 140:4.8 (1572.8)
     responses to inherited urges, 140:4.8 (1572.8)
     transcendence by man of the animal, 69:0.1 (772.1)

Emotionalism rampant, the coming of the spirit of Truth confused with, 194:3.1 (2062.10)

Emotionalized morality religion more than, 102:5.3 (1124.2)

Emperor worship Roman, 121:5.4 (1336.8), 130:3.5 (1432.5)

Empire(s) Alexandrian, extent of, 133:5.1 (1476.3)
     crash of, effect on gospel believers, 176:3.2 (1916.2)
     Greek, extent of, 195:1.7 (2071.7)
     Han, of Jesus’ day, 134:5.1 (1487.8)
     Indian, 94:9.1 (1037.4)
     Mediterranean, factors in the, 195:2.9 (2073.4)
     Roman, Christianity under the, 195:3.0 (2073.5–2074.6)
          see also Roman(s), Empire
     unification of nations into, 134:5.6 (1488.4)

Employment compulsory, a factor in an expanding civilization, 71:4.8 (804.8)
     the teacher’s responsibility as regards his pupils’, 159:3.4 (1765.6)
     universal, of able-bodied citizens on worlds in light and life, 55:3.2 (625.1)

Enchanters practices of, 150:3.11 (1681.6)

End(s) eternal, and time beginnings, 19:1.11 (215.8)
     of Judas Iscariot, 186:1.0 (1997.4–1998.5)
     and means, the wise man’s distinguishing between, 160:4.11 (1779.3)
     of the world, destruction of the temple, and the, 176:1.0 (1912.3–1914.1)
          and end of Roman rule, 135:5.2 (1500.2)
          influence of, on the gospel believer, 176:3.2 (1916.2)

Endantum Michael’s sojourn as a morontia mortal on, 119:6.0 (1315.4–1316.3)

Endings and beginnings, 32:5.2 (364.4)

Endogamy and exogamy about, 82:5.0 (918.1–919.6)

Endor apostolic sojourn at, 146:0.1 (1637.1), 146:7.1 (1646.2)
     Jesus’ visit to, 134:7.5 (1492.5)
     witch of, 146:7.1 (1646.2)

Endowment(s) the crowning, of human nature, 101:3.18 (1109.1)
     of institutions, by rich men, 69:5.13 (777.1)
     Jesus’ human, of natural acquirement, 136:8.7 (1521.2)
     universe, Jesus’ refusal to use his, for self-aggrandizement, 136:9.6 (1522.5)

Endurance patient, Jesus’ ideal of strength of character, 140:8.20 (1582.1)

Enduring peace a fruit of the spirit, 193:2.2 (2054.3)

Enemy(ies) fear of Jesus by his, 157:3.5 (1746.2)
     Ganid’s promise to learn to love his, 131:10.8 (1454.5)
     of Jesus, Judas’s appointment with, 177:4.1 (1924.5)
          plan of, to discredit him, 174:4.1 (1901.1)
     Jesus’, identity of, 147:0.2 (1647.2), 182:2.6 (1967.1)
          presence of, at Golgotha, 187:0.4 (2004.4)
          reaction of, to his sudden appearance in Jerusalem, 162:1.7 (1789.6)
     Jesus’ absence of need for defense against his, 182:2.3 (1966.3)
          awareness of the impending declaration of war by his, 153:1.2 (1708.1)
          love for his, 161:2.3 (1785.3)
          refusal to take unfair advantage of his, 149:4.5 (1674.1), 173:2.7 (1892.4)
          willingness to lay down his life for his, 188:5.7 (2018.6)
     Jesus not lacking in courage, to confront his, 156:2.5 (1736.2)
     love your, 140:3.15 (1571.2), 140:8.6 (1580.1)
     slaughter of, 159:4.5 (1768.1)
     the world not man’s, 140:8.3 (1579.5)

Energy(ies)
     about, 0:6.0 (9.3–10.5)
     ancestral, sevenfold constitution of, 42:9.3 (480.1)
     basic, unknown on Urantia, 29:4.14 (325.7)
     definition, 0:6.2 (9.4), 42:1.2 (467.4)
     depletion, of stars, reason for, 41:7.14 (464.1)
     Havona, seven forms of, 14:2.3 (154.5)
     life not, 36:6.6 (404.4)
     living, laboratories of, on second Melchizedek world, 35:3.4 (387.5)
     -mobilization, Andronover, attainment of the height of, 57:2.4 (652.7)
     not infinitely manifest, 42:1.7 (468.4)
     potential, of the cosmos-infinite, 104:4.26 (1149.11)
     powerlessness of scientists to originate, 42:1.4 (468.1)
     rarest form of, 15:8.6 (176.1), 41:7.15 (464.2)
     reality, all latent, the triodity of potentiality’s integration of, 104:5.11 (1151.11)
     responsiveness of, to mind, 9:4.2 (102.2)
     rest, cold an indication of, 42:4.5 (473.3)
     schools of, location, 35:3.20 (388.7)
     space not, 11:5.9 (123.2)
     superuniverse, difference between Havona energy and, 29:2.14 (321.6)
     three forms of, 36:6.6 (404.4), 42:12.9 (483.9)
     units, comparable to planets, performance of, 42:7.1 (477.3)
     unity, scientific, man’s attempt to identify, 102:2.5 (1120.2)
     Universal Absolute’s presence proved by, 42:0.1 (467.1)
     universe, see also Universe(s)—Energy and Gravity

Energy(ies)—The Conjoint Actor and Deity
     combined physical and spiritual, Third Source and Center’s function in maintenance of, 12:6.3 (136.1)
     concealed, the Father, in the Unqualified Absolute, 104:3.13 (1147.5)
     control of Conjoint Actor in a limitless universe, 8:2.5 (92.6)
     the Father the source of, 11:1.4 (119.1)
     God is, 3:2.3 (47.1), 131:4.2 (1448.1)
     influence of Conjoint Actor over, 9:1.4 (99.3)
     the inherent control of, a Deity prerogative, 111:6.4 (1222.3)
     neutralization of, by Conjoint Actor, 9:3.4 (101.4)
     purposive, a characteristic of God, 4:4.1 (58.6)
     relation of, to God, 9:0.2 (98.2)
     relation of Conjoint Creator to, 9:3.5 (101.5)
     revealed, the Father, in Paradise-Havona, 104:3.13 (1147.5)
     universe, Conjoint Actor’s capacity to co-ordinate, 9:0.2 (98.2)

Energy(ies)—Control and Circuits
     balanced, a factor in stability, 12:6.1 (135.11)
     channels of universe, establishment of, 15:4.2 (169.2)
     circuiting of, in Paradise cycle, 11:5.8 (123.1), 29:2.14 (321.6)
     circuitizing and channelizing of, supervisors of, 41:2.4 (457.3), 42:1.5 (468.2)
     circuits, establishment of, 34:1.1 (374.4)
          interplanetary, equalization of pressures of, 29:4.20 (326.2)
          of living matter, Life Carriers the instigators of, 49:1.2 (560.1)
          midwayers’ ability to traverse the, 77:9.4 (866.3)
          of morontia spheres, 48:2.13 (543.7)
          in Nebadon administration, 41:1.1 (455.5)
          ordained by God, 3:2.4 (47.2)
          of power centers and physical controllers, 15:9.10 (177.9)
          of space, supervision of, before personalization of power directors, 29:0.10 (319.10)
     control and regulation of, 15:8.0 (175.4–176.5), 29:4.16 (325.9)
     currents, basic superuniverse, number of, 44:5.2 (504.6)
     directionization of, superuniverse headquarters focal points for, 15:8.1 (175.4), 41:1.3 (456.2)
     eternal cycle of, 42:10.1 (480.4)
     Jerusem, control of, 46:1.3 (519.4)
     lanes of, 29:2.16 (321.8)
     laying lines of, 29:4.14 (325.7)
     movements, of outer space, and inhabited creations’ power circuits, 12:2.4 (131.1)
     physical and spiritual, circuit regulators’ function with, 48:2.13 (543.7)
     reactions, of superuniverses, 15:8.8 (176.3)
     segregation of, between the superuniverses, 29:4.3 (324.5)
     space direction of, 39:3.8–9 (433.2–3), 41:5.6 (461.2)
     swing of, around God’s majestic circuit, 3:2.4 (47.2)
     systems, number of, in gravita domain, 15:8.2 (175.5)
     universal, nonspiritual, 42:2.0 (469.1–471.7), 42:10.0 (480.4–481.4)

Energy(ies)—Force Organizers and Power Entities
     -attraction attributes of energy transmitters, 29:4.28 (327.4)
     balance, universal, function of energy transformers in maintaining, 29:4.24 (326.6)
     catalyzers, power directors as, 42:2.22 (471.6)
     charge of organized space, 29:3.10 (323.8)
     conservators and custodians, 29:4.32 (328.1)
     control, by associate power directors, 29:4.20 (326.2), 29:4.36 (328.5)
     controllers, antigravity influence of, 15:8.5 (175.8)
          later function of, in liaison with Creator Sons, 32:2.2 (358.4)
     cyclones of space and Force Organizers, 29:5.5 (329.5), 42:2.12 (470.3)
     electronic stage of, control of, by power centers and physical controllers, 42:4.3 (473.1)
     emerging, two phases of transmutation of, 42:2.10 (470.1)
     force organizers’ function in eventuation of, 42:1.5 (468.2)
     forms of, controlled by power centers, 29:3.0 (322.4–324.2)
     function of secondary dissociators in evolving, 29:4.35 (328.4)
     of individual worlds, dispatchers of, 29:4.27 (327.3)
     manifestation, a function of Morontia Power Supervisors, 48:2.11 (543.5)
     manipulators, functions of, 41:2.4 (457.3), 44:5.10 (506.1)
     material, circuit regulators’ modification of, 48:2.14 (543.8)
     physical, mechanical controllers’ control of, 29:3.5 (323.3), 29:4.20 (326.2)
     regulation, perfect, the goal of power centers and physical controllers, 29:2.12 (321.4)
     release and absorption of, 42:4.13 (474.3)
     of space, basic, supervising power centers’ means of control of, 41:2.4 (457.3)
     storage of, by primary associators, 29:4.32 (328.1)
     transformers, see Transformers, energy;      transmitters, see Transmitters, energy
     Universe Power Directors’ power over, 15:8.4 (175.7)
     upheavals, transient and local, power centers not concerned with, 41:1.2 (456.1)
     to which combined controllers are sensitive, 48:2.19 (544.2)
     whirl, Andronover, factors necessary to inauguration of, 57:1.6 (652.2)

Energy(ies)—Manifestations and Systems
     center(s) of Salvington, 41:1.3 (456.2)
     charge of a superuniverse, creative principles governing segmentation of, 14:2.2 (154.4), 15:4.6 (169.6), 41:0.2 (455.2)
     gamut, scope of, 38:9.8 (424.8)
     habitual behavior of, 12:1.1 (128.4)
     Havona, difference between superuniverse energies and, 29:2.14 (321.6)
     manifestations, life not, 36:6.1 (403.6)
          of Master Spirits, direction of, 16:4.4 (189.5)
          star students’ study of, 30:3.4 (339.1)
          Unqualified Absolute’s domination of, 29:3.11 (324.1)
          wavelike, classification of, 42:5.0 (464.5–476.2)
     manipulation, Conjoint Actor’s unique prerogatives of, 9:0.1 (98.1)
          influence of dark islands of space in, 15:6.11 (173.1)
          modes of, employed by celestial musicians, 44:1.10 (500.1)
     manipulators, 44:0.10 (498.1), 44:5.0 (504.5–506.1)
     morontia, separate order of, for each morontia world, 48:2.13 (543.7)
     nonspiritual, a form unrecognized on Urantia, 3:2.3 (47.1)
     other than Paradise, the eternal motion of all, 105:3.4 (1156.1)
     path, definition, 29:2.16 (321.8)
     potential, of local universes, 32:1.3 (357.7)
     potential scientific measurement of phenomena of, vs. philosophical understanding, 133:5.4 (1476.6)
     pressure, ultimatonic condensation of, 41:7.15 (464.2)
     second form of, 8:1.5 (91.2)
     secondary and undiscovered, effect of, on solar light, 41:5.8 (461.4)
     segmentation, unsolved by Nebadon physicists, 15:4.3 (169.3)
     semiphysical, a definition, 29:3.6 (323.4)
     of the spheres, differential, 49:2.22 (562.6)
     system of the seven superuniverses, number of phases of, 42:2.14 (470.5)
     systems of orbital electrons, behavior of, 42:7.9 (478.3)
     threefold possibility of manifestation of, 42:7.1 (477.3)
     undiscovered on Urantia, action of, in solar-light emanations, 41:5.8 (461.4)
          and scientists’ future understanding of the mystery of matter, 42:1.3 (467.5)
          use of, by physical controllers, for transport and communication, 29:4.14 (325.7)
     of X-ray-stimulated electrons, 41:5.5 (461.1)

Energy(ies)—Paradise Source and Gravity
     activities of space zone between circuits of dark gravity bodies, 14:1.17 (154.1)
     basic, obedience of, to Paradise-gravity pull, 12:1.1 (128.4)
     control, perfection of, in Havona, 29:2.12 (321.4)
     currents, gravity-responding, in organized space, 42:4.6 (473.4)
     effect on, of antigravity and heat, 15:8.10 (176.5)
     electronic and postelectronic stages of, and linear-gravity pull, 42:2.12 (470.3)
     force, and power, oneness in origin of, 56:1.1 (637.3)
     gravity laws of, creation and universe organization effected by, 12:1.1 (128.4), 15:4.1 (169.1)
     impingements, definition, 44:1.5 (499.7)
     influence of Paradise on beings concerned with, 0:4.13 (7.11)
     initial response of, to absolute-gravity grasp of Paradise, 42:2.11 (470.2)
     manifestations, Paradise the source-center of, 11:9.7 (127.5)
     -material response to gravity, vs. cosmic-mind response to reality, 16:6.4 (191.7), 41:2.5 (457.4)
     from nether Paradise, the grand universe’s dependence upon, 116:7.2 (1276.3)
     organized, linear gravity’s grasp of, 42:11.5 (482.3)
     Paradise, 9:3.5 (101.5), 11:9.7 (127.5), 42:1.0 (467.3–468.6)
     Paradise the source of all, 104:4.26 (1149.11)
     pre-emergent stages of, 42:3.13 (472.11)
     primary, definition, 29:5.5 (329.5)
          three currents of, and superuniverse power centers, 29:2.13 (321.5)
     primordial, preuniverse manipulation of, 32:1.3 (357.5)
     puissant, see Puissant, energy
     relation of Paradise to, 0:4.13 (7.11)
          is pattern to, 0:6.10 (10.2)
     response of, to grasp of Infinity, 42:1.8 (468.5)
     source of, 42:1.0 (467.3–468.6)
     the three, response of, to gravity, 112:0.8 (1225.8)

Energy(ies)—Physical Matter
     the basis of all existence, 42:0.1 (467.1)
     -carrier particle, mesotron as an, 42:8.4 (479.2)
     decimal constitution of, 42:9.1 (479.6)
     evolving, substance and weight of, 15:8.3 (175.6)
     first measurable form, 42:1.2 (467.4)
     material, a definition, 29:3.6 (323.4), 133:5.10 (1477.5)
     materialization, of ultimatons, 41:9.1 (465.1), 42:4.3 (473.1)
     and matter, prerequisites for maintaining equilibrium between, 15:8.4 (175.7)
          units of, 15:6.9 (172.11)
     -matter, dominance of, in the cosmos, 12:8.14 (140.10), 116:6.1 (1275.1)
          electric differentiation, function of ultimatons in, 42:6.6 (476.8)
          electronic level of, 0:6.7 (9.9)
          manifestations of, decreed by God, 3:2.4 (47.2)
          mass materialization of, 32:1.5 (358.2)
          metamorphic states of, and material-gravity circuit, 0:6.1 (9.3)
          Paradise the source and focal point of, 11:8.9 (126.5)
          personality’s influence on the spirit’s mastery of, 112:0.6 (1225.6)
          pre-electronic level of, 0:6.6 (9.8)
          responsiveness of, to linear gravity, 11:8.7 (126.3)
          seeming source of, 106:2.3 (1164.6)
          subjection of, to overcontrol of spirit, 42:10.1 (480.4)
          subjugation of, by mind, the goal of the evolutionary universes, 116:6.1 (1275.1)
          transformations of, by Creator Sons, 33:2.2 (367.4)
          the world of, science man’s study of, 103:6.9 (1136.4)
     nonspirit, measurement of, quantitative, 12:8.5 (140.1), 42:11.5 (482.3)
     organization, of Havona, 14:2.2 (154.4)
     organized, relation of, to matter, 12:8.10 (140.6)
     physical, see Physical, energy(ies)
     relation of, to matter and other material realities, 42:4.0 (472.12–474.4)
     retardation of velocity in, by mass in matter, 15:8.3 (175.6)
     wavelike behavior of units of, 42:5.2 (474.6)
     zones of electrons, 42:7.9 (478.3)

Energy(ies)—Pure Energy and Spirit
     appropriation of, for solution of spiritual problems, 160:1.10 (1774.2)
     cosmic, and maintenance of Material Sons’ immortal existence, 51:1.4 (581.1)
     divine, creation pervaded by, 42:1.5 (468.2)
          demonstration of, at the sundown healing, 145:3.14 (1633.5)
          Material Sons surcharged with, 51:1.3 (580.6)
          three original phases of, 44:5.5 (505.2)
          which will remake the world, as taught by Lao-tse, 94:6.8 (1034.3)
     of divinity, living, spiritual-gravity action the qualitative measure of, 12:8.5 (140.1)
     of infinity, 8:1.5 (91.2)
     infinity of First Great Source and Center, incomprehensibility of, 42:2.21 (471.5)
     pure, a definition, 42:1.6 (468.3), 42:11.1 (481.5), 56:1.3 (638.1)
          evidence of, in Adjusters, 107:6.4 (1182.6)
          primordial force as, 42:2.9 (469.9)
          and pure spirit, unification of, 56:1.3 (638.1)
          time-space revelation of Universal Father in, 42:0.1 (467.1), 56:3.1 (639.1)
     reality, all, eternalization of, 104:4.22 (1149.7)
     for the soul, unfailing, the outpoured spirit as an, 194:3.19 (2065.7)
     and spirit, bifurcation of, origin of the, 116:5.10 (1273.14)
          essential oneness of, on Paradise, 9:6.7 (104.5)
          mutual kinship of, 9:4.5 (102.5), 9:6.5 (104.3), 116:6.7 (1275.7)
     spirit, undifferentiated, controlled by the Son, 6:4.1 (76.1)
     of spirit luminosity, impersonal, place of origin of, 13:0.4 (143.4)
     spiritual, see Spiritual—Energy and Power
     systems, basic, pure spirit’s relation to, 56:1.4 (638.2)
     unlimited, God the possessor of, 131:4.4 (1448.3)

Energy(ies)—Relation to Personalities
     adjustment of, for transport, 39:5.14 (438.7)
     arrangement of, and the personality form, 42:12.9 (483.9)
     associated in the protoplasmic cell, 49:1.2 (560.1)
     creative, Jesus’ possession of, 152:1.4 (1699.4)
     and excitement, 160:3.1 (1777.2)
     final response of all, to mind, 116:5.14 (1274.4)
     insulators, of transport seraphim, 39:5.12 (438.5)
     living, of divinity, the qualitative measure of, 12:8.5 (140.1)
          Jesus’ consciousness of the loss of, 152:0.2 (1698.2)
     midwayers’ utilization of, 38:9.8 (424.8)
     mind, and spirit, relationships of, 16:4.1 (189.2)
     nonspiritual, portrayal of relationships of mind to, 42:10.7 (481.4)
     and personality, 0:5.4 (8.4)
     physical, intellectual, and spiritual, 12:6.4 (136.2)
          for life maintenance, 29:2.17 (322.1)
     range of seraphim, 39:2.9 (430.5)
     reaction of, to mind, 9:4.2 (102.2), 116:3.4 (1271.2)
     -realm beings, varying techniques of, 41:2.7 (457.6)
     seraphim transporters’ utilization of, 39:3.9 (433.3)
     spiritual or physical, a requisite of personality, 30:1.113 (334.7)
     superphysical, a factor in Adam’s nutrition, 76:4.3 (851.1)
     system, vs. man, 112:5.3 (1232.4)
          with mind or spirit, personality’s bestowal upon, 112:0.4 (1225.4)
          of personality, true spirit’s relation to, 12:8.12 (140.8)
     -things, influence of consciousness on, 103:6.6 (1136.1)
     utilization of all, by Gravity Messenger, 31:2.2 (347.1)

Energy(ies)—Transformations
     characteristics of, 42:1.7 (468.4)
     destination of, 42:1.8 (468.5)
     inherence of, in Universal Father, 42:1.2 (467.4)
     inherent qualities of, and evolution of new physical systems, 57:1.6 (652.2)
     intake, the rest of, 27:1.2 (299.2)
     intensified lanes of, in interplanetary communication, 29:2.16 (321.8)
     latent, in one drop of water, 41:7.13 (463.13)
     losses, early, of suns, 41:9.1 (465.1)
     and matter transmutations, 42:4.0 (472.12–474.4)
     metamorphosis, in the local universe, 105:7.15 (1160.13)
     radioactive, transmutation of, a source of solar energy, 41:7.5 (463.5)
     relation of temperature and gravity in evolution of, 42:3.11 (472.9)
     solar, earth’s reception of, 58:2.1 (665.4)
          see also Solar, energy
     of space, manipulation of, 29:4.25 (327.1), 48:2.14 (543.8), 56:9.12 (645.7)
     of a sunbeam, 41:6.4 (462.2)
     times of minus, behavioral tendencies of matter in, 15:8.7 (176.2)
          of plus, power disturbances and heat fluctuations of, 15:8.7 (176.2)
     -transformation technique, 43:1.11 (487.2)
     transmutation of, to light, 15:6.9 (172.11)
          into matter, 42:1.5 (468.2)
          second stage of, 29:5.5 (329.5)
     transmuting, and dark-island formation, 15:5.10 (171.5)
     universal, mobilization and transmutation of, 15:4.2 (169.2), 41:2.5 (457.4)
     universe, manipulation of, 42:1.5 (468.2)
          method of acquiring mass by the, 133:5.10 (1477.5)
     vegetative, conversion of, into animal activities, 41:2.5 (457.4)

En-Gannim Jesus’ visit to, 134:7.5 (1492.5)

Engedi brotherhood, John the Baptist’s influence on, 135:2.4 (1497.6)
     colony, composition of the, 135:2.3 (1497.5)
     Jesus’ and Abner’s visit to the Nazarite colony at, 142:8.1 (1605.3)
     John the Baptist’s periodic journeys to, 135:2.4 (1497.6)
          sojourn in, 135:4.3 (1499.3)
     Nazarite school at, Abner’s connection with, 165:0.1 (1817.1)
     southern headquarters of the Nazarite brotherhood, 135:1.1 (1496.6)

England Andonites in, 64:1.6 (719.1), 64:2.6 (719.9), 64:7.17 (728.6)
     connection of, with France, during third ice age, 64:1.5 (718.7)
          in times of Foxhall peoples, 64:2.6 (719.9)
     first human beings to inhabit, 64:2.6 (719.9)
     land path from, to Java, time of, 64:1.5 (718.7)
     and the Neanderthalers, 64:7.11 (727.8)
     separation of, from the continent, 80:2.4 (890.8)

English Channel, presence of early Andonic settlements under the, 64:2.6 (719.9)
     language, limitations of, for conveying advanced concepts, 0:0.2 (1.2), 42:2.1 (469.1)
          materialization of these revelations into the, 114:7.9 (1258.1)
          translation of first thirty-one papers into, 31:10.22 (354.8)
               of sixty-three papers of Part III into the, 119:8.9 (1319.2)
               twenty-five papers of Part II into the, 56:10.23 (648.6)
               of Urantia Papers into the, 0:0.1 (1.1)
     -speaking peoples, nationalistic secular religion found among modern, 92:6.20 (1012.1)
     words, the Foreword an outline of meanings to be attached to, 0:0.3 (1.3)

Enlightened honesty, a fruit of the spirit, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
     worlds, attitude of, toward Universal Father, 1:0.3 (21.3)

Enlightenment angels of, a corps of master seraphim, 114:6.11 (1256.1)
          now serving on Urantia, 114:6.11 (1256.1)
     and experience in augmentation of character, 37:6.3 (412.3)
     millennium of cosmic, the spiritual age, 20:9.1 (231.5)

Enmity of Annas, for Jesus, 184:1.3 (1979.1)
     displacement of, by amity, 70:1.22 (785.5)
     of the world, Jesus’ admonition regarding the, 180:3.0 (1946.6–1948.1)

Enmothering of bestowal Sons a mystery, 20:6.1 (228.5)

Enoch, book of, concept of Messiah in, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
          influence of, on Jesus, 126:3.6 (1390.1), 126:3.8 (1390.3)

Enoch, son of Cain career of, 76:2.9 (849.3)

Enoch, on Urantia advisory council identity of, 45:4.13 (514.3)

Ensa administrative schools of, 35:10.2 (394.4)
     the minor sector, 15:7.8 (174.8), 15:14.6 (182.5), 18:5.5 (212.2), 29:4.18 (325.11)
     number of, in major sector Splandon, 15:14.7 (182.6)
     number of mechanical controllers commissioned in, 29:4.18 (325.11)

Enseraphimed ascenders, experience of, 39:2.12 (431.1)
     being, velocity of, 23:2.22 (260.2)

Enseraphiming of Adams and Eves, preparation for, 51:2.1 (582.1)
     vs. death of sleep, 39:2.11 (430.7)
     transformers and, 39:5.14 (438.7)

Enslavement of captives, and national life, 71:1.10 (800.12)
          the third great advance in civilization, 81:2.6 (901.9)
     of male captives, as agriculturists, 84:3.8 (934.7)
     of the Semites, in Egypt, 96:2.4 (1055.2)
     of the spiritual nature by dogmatism, 99:6.1 (1092.1)

Enslaver fear man’s chief, 142:0.2 (1596.2)

Ensupernaphiming of Havona ascending pilgrims, 14:5.5 (159.1)

Enta ancestor of Jesus’ mother, 122:1.2 (1345.1)

Entertainers celestial, midwayers as, 38:9.10 (425.2)

Entertainment morontia, a concern of reversion directors, 48:4.8 (548.3)

Enthusiasm an essential factor of the art of living, 160:2.8 (1776.2)
     vs. fanaticism, 149:4.3 (1673.3)
     intelligent, importance of an, 160:1.8 (1773.5)
     Jesus’ controlled, 100:7.4 (1102.1), 196:0.8 (2088.3)
     lack of, Andrew’s handicap, 139:1.10 (1550.1)
     mystical, unrestrained, not divine inspiration, 91:7.4 (1000.5)
     popular, Jesus’ turning back the tide of, 153:1.5 (1708.4)
     religion’s generation of new types of, 100:6.5 (1100.7)

Entities fragmented, of Deity, 30:1.100 (333.8)
     real, Thought Adjusters as, 107:7.1 (1183.3)

Environment(s) adaptation to, a superphysical adjustment, 65:6.7 (737.7)
     adjustments to, 49:5.10–12 (565.11–13), 65:6.2 (737.2)
     ascending mortals’ compensation for poor, 45:6.3 (516.1)
     attitudes of men and animals toward their, 196:3.32 (2096.8)
     bad, effect of, on an excellent inheritance, 76:2.6 (848.6)
     differential response to, an endowment of mind, 65:6.8 (738.1)
     effect of, on evolutionary growth of Universal Conciliators, 25:2.4 (275.4)
     ever-changing, social groups’ adjustment to, 160:3.3 (1778.1)
     favorable, spiritual experience not dependent on, 194:3.10 (2064.2)
     ghost, man’s imagining of a, 86:6.1 (955.6)
     good, effect of, on handicaps of a base heredity, 76:2.6 (848.6)
     impossibility of complete control of, 111:4.8 (1220.7)
     influence of, on individual, 133:7.11 (1480.3)
     life a process between an organism and, 112:1.13 (1227.3)
     little dependence of happiness on, 140:4.10 (1573.1)
     magic’s purpose to influence, 88:4.1 (970.6)
     manipulation of, by Life Carriers, 36:3.7 (400.2), 62:7.4 (710.3)
     man’s use of science to control his, 88:4.1 (970.6), 103:7.9 (1139.1)
          view of his, from the mind level, 102:2.5 (1120.2), 112:1.15 (1227.5)
     of modern man’s early ancestors, 61:6.3 (700.4)
     mortal, the seraphim’s manipulation of, 113:4.4 (1245.4)
     natural, man’s inheritance of his, 86:6.1 (955.6)
     personality reaction to, a factor in creature perfection, 32:3.9 (361.4)
     physical, prayer’s lack of effect on, 91:6.1 (999.4)
     planetary, adjustment to, 49:5.2 (565.3)
     reaction of living organisms to changing, 58:6.6 (669.7)
     religion’s design to change man’s, 103:3.3 (1132.3)
     seeming tendency of, to master religion, 103:3.3 (1132.3)
     social, influence of, on early religion, 85:0.3 (944.3), 100:1.6 (1095.1)
          man’s acquirement of a, 86:6.1 (955.6)
     spatial, 58:3.4 (667.3)
     type of, necessary to development of courage, 3:5.6 (51.5)
     unfavorable, a hindrance to Adjuster fusion, 45:7.1 (517.3)
     unwholesome, purging from remnants of, on seventh mansion world, 47:9.1 (538.6)

Environmental adjustment, craving of living cells for, 65:6.2 (737.2)
     factors, in Jesus’ make-up, 136:8.7 (1521.2)
     stimuli, external and internal, mechanisms for reaction to, 65:0.1 (730.1)
          need for differentiation between physical and mental response to, 65:7.8 (739.4)

Envy a deep-seated human trait, 87:5.6 (963.1)
     effect of, on the evolving soul, 110:1.5 (1204.3)
     Judas’s, of Peter, James, and John, 177:4.4 (1925.1)
     man’s possible transcendence of, 160:3.5 (1778.3)
     prevention of, 160:2.7 (1776.1)
     primitive man’s ascription of, to his gods, 87:5.6 (963.1)

Eocene period evolution of mammalian life during the, 61:1.0 (693.4–694.6)

Ephesus discourse on the soul at, 133:6.0 (1477.8–1478.6)
     extent of Jesus’ accomplishments in, 133:6.3 (1478.2)
     identification of, 133:6.1 (1477.8)
     John Zebedee’s last days at, 139:4.6 (1554.4), 139:4.15 (1555.8)
     Paul’s starting of Christianity in, 133:6.3 (1478.2)

Ephraim city of, Jesus’ and his associates’ sojourn in, 162:9.6 (1798.7)

Ephraim (Israel) disappearance of, 97:9.21 (1074.3)
     the origin of Israelitish consciousness, 97:9.2 (1071.7)

Ephraimites vs. the Judahites, 97:9.2 (1071.7)

Epicurean(s) Jewish beliefs very little influenced by the, 121:6.3 (1338.6)
     philosophy, doctrines of, 121:4.2 (1335.11)
     teacher, Jesus’ talk in Corinth with the, 133:4.5 (1474.5)

Epidemic of intestinal trouble, Mary’s flight from, 123:1.7 (1357.4)

Epilepsy affliction of James of Safed’s son with, 158:4.2 (1755.8)

Epileptic(s) boy, healing of, by Jesus, 158:4.0 (1755.7–1756.5)
     early man ’s worship of, 85:6.2 (948.2)
     medicine men sometimes, 88:1.9 (968.4), 90:1.2 (986.5)
     reported healing of the, in the Capernaum synagogue, 145:2.14 (1631.2)

Epistle(s) of James, not Pauline, 196:2.1 (2091.10)
     living, custodians of knowledge the, 27:5.1 (301.6)
     of Paul, 121:4.4 (1336.2)

Epochal angels, one of the corps of master seraphim, 114:6.5 (1255.4)
     revelations, 92:3.5 (1006.2), 92:4.4 (1007.4), 101:4.3 (1109.4)
     sermon, the, 153:2.0 (1709.2–1711.5)

Epochs planetary mortal, 49:5.21 (567.1), 50:5.3 (576.6), 52:0.0 (589.1–600.6), 74:2.8 (830.3)

Equality among religions, prerequisite of attainment of, 134:4.5 (1487.2)
     ideal, the child of civilization, 70:9.17 (794.12)
     of men and women, 133:2.2 (1471.1), 150:1.3 (1679.2), 167:5.4 (1839.1)
     of mind, Lucifer’s advocacy of, 53:4.2 (604.4)
     of mortals in sight of God, 133:0.3 (1468.3)
     of opportunity, enforcement of, the mission of government, 81:5.6 (906.4)
     and peace, 134:4.9 (1487.6)
     proclamation of, of Creator Son and Creator Spirit, 33:3.6 (369.1)
     spiritual, of men, 52:7.5 (599.1), 133:0.3 (1468.3), 134:4.7 (1487.4), 181:2.14 (1958.1)
          of women, 150:1.3 (1679.2)
     supposed natural, in civilization, 70:9.17 (794.12)

Equilibrium an attribute of Conjoint Creator, 9:3.5 (101.5)
     Council of, 29:4.2 (324.4)
     in local universe, establishment of, 15:9.16 (177.15), 21:2.9 (236.7), 116:5.13 (1274.3)
     of superuniverses, 116:5.12 (1274.2)
     universe, influence of dark islands of space in, 15:6.11 (173.1)
          recognition of laws governing, 15:8.8 (176.3)

Equity divine, prevalence of, in the universes, 33:7.8 (373.2)
     a factor in justice, 54:1.2 (613.4)

Equivocation eradication of, a purpose of morontia career, 48:5.8 (551.3)

Era of light and life about, 50:5.10 (577.5), 52:7.5 (599.1), 55:0.0 (621.1–636.7)
     see also Light, and life

Erech a Sumerian city-state, 78:8.10 (876.7)

Erosion deposits, in North American troughs and lakes, 60:1.7 (686.3)
          sandstone in, 60:1.1 (685.3)
     mountain building as influenced by, 57:8.14 (662.1)

Erratic tendencies Jesus’ freedom from, 100:7.3 (1101.7)

Erroneous concepts of Adjuster guidance, 110:5.0 (1207.7–1208.6)
     ideas of God, 4:5.0 (59.6–60.6)

Error(s) in the apostles’ gospel, 194:0.3 (2059.3)
     belief of God’s creation of good and evil an, 130:1.5 (1429.1)
     citation of Vorondadeks to Creator Sons for, 35:5.4 (390.1)
     complete, suicidal, 2:3.5 (37.3)
     definitions, 3:5.15 (52.1), 54:0.2 (613.2), 130:4.14 (1435.6)
     detectors, tertiary seconaphim as, 28:7.3 (318.1)
     disappointment attends upon, 2:7.6 (42.7)
     effect on, of truths of the kingdom, 141:6.2 (1592.4)
     greatest, of teaching about the Scriptures, 159:4.9 (1768.5)
     of judgment, of Adam, 74:8.14 (838.6)
     vs. love of truth, 3:5.10 (51.9)
     of modern religion, 140:4.7 (1572.7)
     one of the greatest, 54:1.8 (614.3)
     potentiality of, constituents of, 54:0.2 (613.2)
     rectification of, by revelation, 48:6.32 (554.6)
     relating to Jesus’ death on the cross, 188:4.2 (2016.7)
     relation of, to intellectual keenness, 67:1.5 (755.1)
     and truth, evil as a stimulant in the choice between, 55:3.10 (625.9), 130:1.6 (1429.2)
     unreality of, 2:7.6 (42.7)

Escape of Jesus and twenty-four followers from the Sanhedrin officers, 154:7.4 (1723.7)
     pleasure, man’s, 3:5.17 (52.3)
     from self, Brahmans’ belief in the doctrine of, 94:2.4 (1029.2)
     terrestrial, 49:6.0 (568.4–570.10)

Esdraelon plain of, Jesus’ boyhood dreams of the battles on the, 158:1.4 (1752.6)
     as seen by Jesus from the Nazareth hill, 123:5.13 (1364.1)

Eskimo(s) ancestry of the, 64:2.5 (719.8)
     belief of, in man’s possession of three parts, 86:5.17 (955.5)
     a blend of Andonite and Sangik-blue races, 81:4.9 (904.13)
     children, little need of discipline for, 84:7.21 (941.2)
     descendants of the Andonites, 70:1.2 (783.5)
          of the Foxhall peoples, 64:2.5 (719.8)
          of the Urantia aborigines, 64:7.18 (728.7)
     early Andonites’ resemblance to the, 63:4.1 (713.7)
     freedom of, from antagonisms, 70:1.2 (783.5)
     limited cannibalism of, 89:5.4 (979.3)
     migration of, from Greenland, 64:7.18 (728.7)
     mother, licking of her baby by the, 84:7.10 (940.6)
     northern red man’s contact with, 64:6.9 (723.8)
     practices of, in punishment of crime, 70:10.11 (796.1)
     present belief of, in nature spirits, 86:5.1 (953.8)
          as to tarrying of the soul, 87:2.3 (959.4)
     and red men, Hudson Bay meeting, 64:7.19 (728.8)
     religious concepts of, 92:6.1 (1010.5)
     sole survivors of Urantia aborigines, 61:6.3 (700.4)

Essence relation of, substance to, 102:5.3 (1124.2)
     of religion, 103:9.0 (1140.7–1142.3)

Essene(s) belief of, concerning incarnation, 164:3.4 (1811.5)
     possession of all things in common by, 137:7.8 (1534.7), 165:4.5 (1821.5)
     a religious sect, 137:7.8 (1534.7)
     Son of Man not an, 137:7.12 (1535.4)
     specialized in teaching about angels, 137:7.8 (1534.7)

Esta identity of, 128:5.7 (1414.5), 128:7.11 (1418.3)

Esther and Israel’s deliverance, 123:3.5 (1359.6)

Eternal(s) achievement, awaiting ascending mortals, 40:7.5 (449.3)
     action, Infinite Spirit an, 8:6.1 (96.3)
     adventure, see Adventure, the eternal
     ages, divine panorama of the, 8:1.1 (90.5)
     assignment of finaliters, 30:4.31 (343.6), 31:1.3 (346.4), 31:3.4 (348.1), 31:7.2 (349.7), 31:10.10 (353.6), 37:10.6 (416.6), 46:5.32 (527.1), 100:2.6 (1096.3), 103:7.2 (1137.7), 107:0.2 (1176.2), 107:6.3 (1182.5), 112:5.5 (1233.1), 117:7.7 (1292.1)
     attainment, the infinite goal of, 56:10.16 (647.7)
     brotherhood, the Paradise Corps of the Finality the, 102:3.8 (1122.4)
     career, ascender’s, fusion’s termination of danger to the, 112:7.4 (1237.6)
          following the earthly adventure, 176:3.2 (1916.2)
     core, of time and space creations, 14:0.2 (152.2)
     of Days, administration of each Havona planet vested in an, 14:3.3 (155.6), 15:2.9 (166.8)
          as co-ordinate council members, 15:10.19 (179.6)
          development of Havona spheres by, 14:5.6 (159.2), 15:2.9 (166.8), 18:2.1 (208.6)
          functions of, 14:3.3 (155.6), 17:5.2 (202.5), 18:2.0 (208.6–209.2)
          Havona natives’ loyalty to, 14:2.9 (155.3)
          an order of Supreme Trinity Personalities, 18:2.1 (208.6)
          origin and number of, 18:2.1 (208.6)
          relation of Universal Censors to, 19:4.2 (217.8)
          Seven Spirits of the Havona Circuits as related to, 17:5.2 (202.5)
          as Stationary Sons of the Trinity, 10:6.7 (114.8)
          universe administrators’ apprenticeship under, 18:4.6 (211.2)
          visibility of, 18:2.2 (208.7)
     and divine purpose, 32:5.0 (364.3–365.4)
     Father’s satisfaction in the Havona creation, 14:6.11 (160.12)
     fellowship, Jesus’ proffer of, to Jewish leaders, 175:1.22 (1908.6)
     future, the actualizing Deities, 0:7.1 (10.6), 0:9.5 (13.3)
          the Adjuster’s divine activity concerning, 110:1.4 (1204.2)
     God, the changeless purpose of, the presence of, despite outward variations, 2:2.3 (36.1)
          consciousness of the reality of the, the culmination of the evolution of human religious experience, 91:3.4 (997.2)
               of sonship with the, one end of the range of human religious experience, 101:0.1 (1104.1)
          discernment of the, by evolving mortals, a philosophic miracle, 1:4.7 (27.2)
          the eternal purpose of the, 32:5.2 (364.4)
               Word of the, one later appellation of Jesus, 128:1.10 (1408.7)
          everlasting sons of the, experience of those who by faith become, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
          exercise by the, of cosmic overcontrol, 1:2.10 (24.8)
          to find the, the transcendent goal of the children of time, 1:0.3 (21.3)
          the fraternal circuit of the, a manifestation of the kinship of personality, 5:6.9 (71.4)
          friendliness of the universe to every child of the, 133:5.8 (1477.3)
          a fuller revelation of the, the supreme interest of Jesus as a youth and as a man, 125:5.8 (1383.1)
          the ideal of an, a prerequisite for a genuine spiritual religion, 160:5.5 (1781.1)
          incapable of wrath and anger, 4:3.2 (57.7)
          indwelling by a fragment of the spirit of the, consequences of, 5:6.5 (70.6)
          the indwelling spirit of the, association of the mind of man with, some temporal consequences of, 178:1.13 (1931.4)
               dedication of the keeping of one’s soul to, results, 100:2.7 (1096.4)
          infinitely more than reality idealized, 1:2.2 (23.5)
          the infinity of the, inclusion of potential for finite experience in, 108:0.2 (1185.2)
          is my strength, 131:2.10 (1445.4)
               (y)our refuge, 4:1.4 (55.2), 96:4.6 (1057.2), 148:5.5 (1662.2)
          living fellowship with the, assurance of, how conferred, 178:1.11 (1931.2)
          majestic energy circuits of the, endless procession of, 3:2.4 (47.2)
          a more truthful picture of the, revealed progressively by the prophets of Israel, 155:6.10 (1732.3)
          mortal man as a son of the, a Paradise-potential fact-value, 110:6.18 (1211.3)
          the mortal son standing face to face with the, a Thought Adjuster’s completed mission, 40:10.2 (452.2)
          Paradise the dwelling place of the, 0:0.5 (1.5)
          prerogative of personality bestowal reserved to himself by the, 5:0.2 (62.2)
          rediscovery of the, on new experiential levels through various adventures, 56:9.10 (645.5)
          sonship with the, grasped by faith through the touch of sons of God, 40:5.1 (445.2)
               Jesus’ exhortation to accept without hesitation the good news of, 165:3.8 (1820.7)
          stars, suns, and spheres the universal physical adornment of the, 11:8.1 (125.4)
          the Universal Mind of the, finite creation as a time-space repercussion of, 130:4.2 (1434.1)
          values resident in the spiritual fact of an, the only ideals susceptible of human attainment, 160:5.5 (1781.1)
     God the, 1:3.8 (26.2)
     harvest of the seed sowing of time, 182:1.6 (1964.3)
     home, of Deity and the divine family, 14:6.11 (160.12)
     infinity, 56:9.9 (645.4)
     Isle, see Paradise, Eternal Isle
     joy, Jesus’ showing man the way to, 181:1.6 (1954.3)
     kingdom, Jesus’ promises to Andrew, and to David, of ministry in the, 181:2.18 (1959.2), 182:2.10 (1967.5)
     life, acquirement of, by soul of fused mortal, 40:7.1 (448.8)
          the Apostle John’s use of the term, 170:2.24 (1861.6)
          certainty of, 2:3.4 (37.2), 133:4.11 (1475.4)
          a definition, 182:1.3 (1963.5)
          an early concept of, 70:3.6 (787.6)
          the endless quest for infinite values, 100:2.5 (1096.2)
          faith, the prerequisite to, 139:12.7 (1566.6)
          gospel-believers’ assurance of, 176:3.2 (1916.2)
          the gospel’s inspiring man to hope for, 170:2.2 (1859.12)
          Greeks’ contribution to the new teaching regarding, 121:7.7 (1340.5)
          he who believes in the Son has, 135:11.2 (1507.1), 153:2.9 (1711.1), 166:3.3 (1828.7), 190:5.4 (2035.1)
               in the teaching of sonship with God has, 147:3.3 (1649.3)
          Jesus’ gift to kingdom believers, 164:5.2 (1815.3), 181:2.11 (1957.1), 182:1.3 (1963.5), 190:0.2 (2029.2)
          laying down one’s life for the kingdom, and attainment of, 174:5.8 (1903.5)
          lights of, on the faraway shores of another world, 34:6.13 (381.7)
          man may not meddle with divine decrees concerning, 159:1.3 (1762.5)
          Matadormus’s query concerning, 163:2.4 (1801.7)
          possession of the gift of, by faith, 193:1.2 (2053.4)
          the reward of those who enter the kingdom, 137:8.14 (1537.1), 141:7.3 (1593.4)
     man’s identification with the purpose of the, 101:10.7 (1117.1)
     oblivion, death, according to the materialist, 102:0.1 (1118.1)
     past and future, 0:9.4 (13.2)
     perfection, Havona the ideal of, 14:0.2 (152.2)
     plan, intervention of Universal Father in matters pertaining to his, 32:4.4 (363.2)
     project, of the Gods, 32:5.1 (364.3)
     purpose of the Deities, 2:2.1 (35.5), 3:2.2 (46.6), 4:0.1 (54.1), 7:0.1 (81.1), 8:3.5 (93.7), 12:0.3 (128.3), 32:4.1 (362.5), 32:5.0 (364.3–365.4)
     quest, for divine coherence, 2:7.7 (42.8)
     reality(ies), see Reality(ies), eternal
     salvation, see Salvation, eternal
     spirit, an appellation of the First Source and Center, 105:3.2 (1155.6)
          importance of being born of the, 193:1.2 (2053.4)
     spiritual progression, faith-liberated sons’ sureties of, 101:10.9 (1117.3)
     supremacy, the Father’s, a source of Jesus’ authority, 173:2.6 (1892.3)
     supreme qualities of the, unification of, 2:7.10 (43.3)
     survival, see Survival, eternal
     time shadow of the, the temporal the, 170:5.2 (1864.2)
     truth, discerned in the intellectual world, 2:6.1 (40.5)
          Jesus’ purpose to teach, 153:2.6 (1710.4)
          a true spirit value, 180:5.9 (1950.4)
     universe, Paradise at the heart of the, 14:0.1 (152.1)
     values, religion deals with, 133:5.4 (1476.6)
     venture, Rodan’s wholehearted entrance upon the, 160:1.15 (1775.1)
     Word of the eternal God, a title of Jesus, 128:1.10 (1408.7)
          of God, the bread of life, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
               the Eternal Son the, 20:5.1 (227.4)

Eternal Son about, 6:0.0 (73.1–80.6)
     the Absolute Person, 56:9.5 (644.7)
     the absolute personality, 0:5.5 (8.5), 6:7.1 (79.1), 7:7.2 (89.1), 10:2.5 (110.3), 104:5.6 (1151.6)
     an absolute spiritual actuality, 0:4.7 (7.5)
     administration of, 7:2.4 (83.7)
     all spirit circuited in the, 5:6.11 (71.6)
     approach to the, 6:8.4 (80.1), 14:5.4 (158.7)
     attainment of, by ascenders, 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:8.1 (293.5)
     attainment of Universal Father through the, 8:3.7 (93.9), 26:1.15 (286.3), 105:3.3 (1155.7)
     attitude of, toward universes, 15:0.1 (164.1)
     attributes of the, 6:4.0 (76.1–77.3)
     bestowal of the, upon the local universes, through the bestowal Sons, 7:5.1 (86.2), 116:3.3 (1271.1), 119:0.2 (1308.2)
     bestowal plan of the, 7:4.5 (85.6)
     bestowals of, in Havona, 7:5.7 (87.1), 119:0.2 (1308.2)
     characteristics of the, 0:5.5 (8.5), 6:0.0 (73.1–80.6), 9:0.2 (98.2), 10:2.7 (110.5)
     cocreator of Avonals, 20:2.1 (224.6)
          of Creator Sons, 7:6.3 (88.1), 17:6.3 (203.6), 20:1.11 (224.1), 21:1.0 (234.6–235.3), 33:1.0 (366.2–367.2), 34:0.1 (374.1), 50:1.1 (572.3)
          of Magisterial Sons, 7:6.5 (88.3), 20:2.1 (224.6)
          of personal universe Creators, 1:2.9 (24.7)
          of personalities, 6:5.3 (77.6)
          of Trinity Teacher Sons, 7:6.6 (88.4), 20:1.11 (224.1)
     coeternal with I AM, 0:3.23 (6.3)
     comparison of, with local universe Paradise Sons, 6:4.9 (77.2), 7:7.3 (89.2), 10:1.2 (108.5), 33:1.3 (366.4), 104:1.13 (1145.1)
     a complement of the Universal Father, 9:2.2 (100.4)
     correlation of spiritual expressions of, with the material creation, 56:2.1 (638.5)
     counterpoise of the Isle of Paradise, 7:0.3 (81.3)
     Creator Son the divinity co-ordinate of the, 7:7.1 (88.7), 33:1.4 (367.1)
          Son’s resemblance to, 21:1.3 (235.2)
               revelation of, 7:7.3 (89.2)
     creatorship charge to Michael Son administered by, 17:6.5 (204.1)
     creature designs and types controlled by, 21:2.5 (236.3)
     delegation of authority to Conjoint Creator by the, 8:3.2 (93.4)
          of authority by the Universal Father to the, 8:3.2 (93.4)
     equality of, with the Father, 7:7.1 (88.7), 8:5.2 (95.5), 10:1.3 (109.1), 10:2.7 (110.5), 56:2.2 (638.6)
          with Father and Spirit, 10:3.4 (111.2)
          with the Infinite Spirit, 8:6.2 (96.4)
     equality of communication of, with the Father in Paradise, and the Infinite Spirit, 161:1.6 (1784.3)
     existential associate of Universal Father and Infinite Spirit, 33:1.2 (366.3)
          Deity, 0:1.14 (3.1), 0:7.5 (10.10), 56:7.3 (642.3)
     father-brother attitude of the, 6:2.8 (75.5)
     Father’s creature ascension plan executed by, 7:4.1 (85.2)
          love in action in person of the, 6:3.5 (75.10)
     fragmentation of his nature not possible, 6:5.5 (78.1)
     functions of the, 6:7.3 (79.3), 7:0.0 (81.1–89.6), 10:3.18 (112.2), 12:6.2 (135.12), 42:0.2 (467.2)
     general belief that Jesus was the, 104:1.11 (1144.8), 161:1.6 (1784.3)
     God the Son the, see God(s)—the Son and the Spirit
     Havona’s contributions to the needs and satisfactions of the, 14:6.12–16 (160.13–161.3)
     identity of the, 6:1.0 (73.5–74.5)
     independence of, of time and space, 34:3.5 (377.1)
     indispensability of, to the fatherhood of God, 10:2.3 (110.1)
     the infinite personalization of the Father’s love and mercy, 6:3.1 (75.6)
     Infinite Spirit the only means of attaining the, 8:3.7 (93.9)
     Infinite Spirit’s relation to seven appearances of, on Havona, 8:4.3 (94.5)
     intercommunion circuit of the, with his Paradise Sons, 15:9.7 (177.6)
     limitations of, 6:5.0 (77.4–78.3)
     mechanism of Paradise correlated with personality of, 118:9.7 (1303.8)
     mercy manifestation of the, 6:3.2 (75.7), 7:4.5 (85.6), 7:6.2 (87.7), 8:2.6 (92.7), 8:4.2 (94.4), 9:0.3 (98.3), 20:10.3 (232.6), 105:3.5 (1156.2), 113:3.3 (1244.4)
     Michael Creators’ embodiment of the divinity of, 104:1.13 (1145.1)
     Michael of Nebadon the 611,121st bestowal of the, 119:0.7 (1309.1)
     Michael and the personification of, in the local universe, 5:3.6 (66.2), 33:1.2 (366.3)
     Michael’s subordination to the will of the, on his sixth bestowal, 120:0.4 (1324.1)
     mind of the, 6:6.0 (78.4–7)
     in the ministry of the Father’s love, 6:3.0 (75.6–10)
     nature of the, 6:2.0 (74.6–75.5)
     and non-Father personality bestowal, 9:8.10 (106.8)
     omnipotence, omnipresence, and omniscience of the, 6:4.0 (76.1–77.3)
     one of the seven Absolutes, 104:3.7 (1146.9)
     oneness of Universal Father and the, 6:8.1 (79.4), 7:7.1 (88.7), 105:2.7 (1154.6)
     origin of, 0:3.22 (6.2), 6:0.0 (73.1–4), 13:1.4 (144.4), 56:2.1 (638.5), 56:5.1 (640.5), 105:2.5 (1154.4)
     and Original Mother Son, control of creature designs by, 21:2.5 (236.3)
     and Original Son, appellations of the Second Source and Center, 6:1.6 (74.5)
     the Original Son, see Original, Son
     other names for the, 6:1.5 (74.4)
     Paradise the abode of the, 6:0.1 (73.1), 11:1.1 (118.3)
          personal presence of the, 56:3.1 (639.1)
     the pattern personality, 0:6.13 (10.5), 6:8.5 (80.2), 115:3.14 (1263.1)
     Paul’s confusion of the Creator Son with the, 104:1.11 (1144.8)
     a person, 7:7.5 (89.4), 10:2.6 (110.4), 10:8.5 (116.6), 56:9.5 (644.7)
     personality of, 0:3.22 (6.2), 2:7.7 (42.8), 6:7.0 (79.1–3), 7:7.2 (89.1), 8:1.3 (90.7), 10:8.3 (116.4)
          revelations of, 116:3.3 (1271.1)
     personalization of Creator Sons by Universal Father and, 17:6.3 (203.6), 33:1.1 (366.2), 34:0.1 (374.1)
     and personalization of Infinite Spirit, 9:2.2 (100.4), 10:2.7 (110.5)
     personally represented by Creator Son, 7:3.1 (84.1)
     plan of, for man’s eternal survival, 7:4.0 (85.2–86.1), 40:1.2 (443.13)
     prayer to be directed to the, 5:3.2 (65.4)
     presence circuit of the, 3:1.6 (45.4)
     realization of, 6:8.0 (79.4–80.5)
     relation of, to bestowal of Thought Adjusters, 6:5.7 (78.3)
          to Deity Absolute, 3:1.9 (46.1), 6:5.2 (77.5), 7:1.9 (83.1), 104:3.13 (1147.5)
          to God the Sevenfold, 0:2.16 (4.10), 106:1.3 (1164.2), 116:2.10 (1270.7)
          to the I AM, 0:3.23 (6.3), 56:3.5 (639.5), 105:2.7 (1154.6)
          to the individual, 7:3.0 (84.1–85.1)
          to Infinite Spirit, 8:3.7 (93.9)
          to Seven Master Spirits, 16:0.10 (184.10)
          to the universe, 7:0.0 (81.1–89.6)
     revelation of the Father by the, 1:2.10 (24.8), 1:3.8 (26.2), 6:0.3 (73.3), 6:5.6 (78.2), 7:7.0 (88.7–89.5), 10:1.4 (109.2), 11:9.3 (127.1)
     sacred worlds of the, 13:0.4 (143.4), 13:3.0 (149.4–6)
     the Second Person of Deity, 0:2.13 (4.7), 6:1.1 (73.5), 104:1.11 (1144.8), 105:3.3 (1155.7)
     Sonarington the receiving world of, 13:1.7 (145.2)
     the spirit of bestowal of the, 7:5.0 (86.2–87.5)
     spirit gravity of, adequacy of, even for an unlimited universe of the future, 6:4.1 (76.1)
          estimate of proportion of, functioning in the grand universe, 12:3.9 (132.3)
          functioning of, in liaison with mind gravity of the Infinite Spirit, 14:2.8 (155.2)
          operation of, on the fundamental values of spirit existence, 115:6.1 (1265.2)
          reality and absoluteness of the, 12:8.4 (139.7)
          as the spirit gravity of the universe of universes, 194:2.14 (2062.3)
          universal, centered in his Paradise presence, 56:3.1 (639.1)
          universal circuit of, not the same as the intersonship circuit, 7:6.7 (88.5)
     spirit presence of the, 56:3.1 (639.1), 194:2.14 (2062.3)
     spirit-gravity circuit of, about, 7:1.0 (81.6–83.3)
          control of the universes by the, Havona as the reality foundation for, 14:6.14 (161.1)
          operation of, independent of time and space, 34:3.5 (377.1)
          utilized by Adjusters, 5:3.2 (65.4)
     spiritual energy of, 0:5.5 (8.5), 44:5.4 (505.1), 105:3.5 (1156.2)
     spiritual gravity of, instant grasping by, of outflowing spirit energy at its creation, 8:1.5 (91.2)
          one of the presence circuits of Paradise, 15:9.1 (176.6)
          traceability of the lines of, back to the Father, 11:1.4 (119.1)
     the spiritual personalization of the Father’s concept, 6:0.3 (73.3)
     a spiritualized personalization of the Father, 9:2.2 (100.4)
     suffering of the, 3:6.6 (53.4)
     superpersonal representatives of, 15:10.21 (179.8), 30:1.103 (333.11)
     timeless communication of Michael of Nebadon with, 34:3.5 (377.1)
     in the Trinity, 0:12.2 (15.8), 10:0.0 (108.1–117.2), 104:1.3 (1143.6)
     in the triodity of actuality, 104:5.3 (1151.3), 115:3.7 (1262.4), 115:6.1 (1265.2)
     in the triunities, 104:3.14 (1147.6), 104:4.5 (1148.4)
     the Universal Mother, 6:8.1 (79.4)
     universe spirit forces convergent in the, 0:3.15 (5.14)
     and the Urantia bestowal, 120:2.1 (1327.1)
     the will of God personalized in the, 117:0.1 (1278.1)
     the Word, 6:0.1 (73.1), 6:1.3 (74.2), 8:0.1 (90.1), 14:6.15 (161.2), 20:5.1 (227.4)
     the word of the, 8:4.1 (94.3), 32:3.1 (360.3)
     see also Second Source and Center

Eternaliter nature foundation for the evolution of an, 116:3.4 (1271.2)

Eternalization and authority to represent the Trinity, 13:1.12 (146.1)
     of the central universe, 8:1.8 (91.5)
     different, of the three groups of Paradise worlds, 13:0.2 (143.2)
     of perfected creature existence, 56:3.5 (639.5)

Eternity the absolute of time, 12:5.2 (135.1)
     ascender’s achievement of, 26:4.13 (290.3), 26:9.2 (294.6), 47:10.7 (540.3), 143:1.6 (1608.3)
     circle of, see Circle(s), of eternity
     concept of, and the I AM, 105:1.0 (1152.4–1153.5), 118:1.9 (1296.1)
     cycle of, 8:1.3 (90.7), 32:5.4 (364.6)
     death the mortal’s technique of passing from time into, 32:5.4 (364.6), 47:10.7 (540.3), 182:3.6 (1969.1)
     Deities existent from, 8:0.2 (90.2)
     the everlasting now, 118:1.1 (1295.1)
     existences, absolute realities, 0:4.8 (7.6)
     the Father self-conscious of his, 2:1.3 (34.2)
     the Father’s escape from limitations inherent in, 10:0.1 (108.1)
     goal of, lies ahead, 32:5.8 (365.4)
     goals of, Supreme, Ultimate, and Absolute, 118:10.23 (1307.4)
     God inhabits, 1:1.6 (23.3), 2:1.5 (34.4), 3:4.5 (50.3), 131:2.4 (1444.4)
     incomprehensibility of, to the finite mind, 0:3.23 (6.3), 2:2.2 (35.6), 32:5.2 (364.4), 105:0.3 (1152.3)
     infinity, 56:9.9 (645.4)
     liberation from, the Almighty’s achieving, significance, 115:7.1 (1266.2)
     of life, faith the only passport to, 101:10.6 (1116.7)
          God’s alliance in man’s struggle to attain, 101:10.9 (1117.3)
     man’s, possibility, the Adjuster, 107:6.2 (1182.4)
     not a straightaway drive, 32:5.5 (365.1)
     Paradise from, 11:0.2 (118.2), 12:8.3 (139.6)
     of Paradise Father, unaffected by downstepping of his infinity, 2:1.9 (35.2)
     of the Paradise Trinity, 56:9.4 (644.6)
     potential infinity inseparable from, 0:11.12 (15.2)
     progress of, acts of the Trinity as related to, 10:7.6 (116.1)
     progression of, intellectual acquisition a part of, 37:6.6 (412.6)
     -reality of purpose, the realization of, identity of, 118:1.2 (1295.2)
     of service, a goal of mortals and midwayers, 77:9.12 (867.3)
     service of, vs. play of time, 28:6.17 (316.4)
     striking step with, 143:7.8 (1616.10)
     and time, 0:4.8 (7.6), 0:11.13 (15.3), 12:5.2 (135.1), 26:9.4 (295.2), 104:4.39 (1150.6), 118:1.0 (1295.1–1296.2), 129:4.7 (1425.6), 143:7.8 (1616.10)
     time the shadow of, cast by Paradise realities, 101:10.9 (1117.3)
     transition from time to the vestibule of, 52:7.16 (600.5)
     Universal Father’s liberation from fetters of, 0:7.8 (11.2)
     viewpoint of, vs. estimate of time, 140:6.7 (1577.1)

Ether hypothesis of science, Unqualified Absolute not comparable to, 0:11.9 (14.7)
     hypothetical, absence of, consequences, 42:5.16 (476.2)
          definition, 42:5.14 (475.10)
          light not waves of, 15:6.13 (173.3)
          and man’s concept of space phenomena, 42:9.4 (480.2)
     nonexistence of, 42:5.16 (476.2)

Ethical adjustments, social surroundings necessitate, 5:5.1 (68.4)
     awakening, realization of social brotherhood as dependent upon, 52:6.5 (597.6)
          of sixth century before Christ, 79:8.15 (888.8)
     awareness, definition, 27:3.1 (300.4)
     culture and religion, 102:8.2 (1127.6)
     judgment, coincident with appearance of early language, 52:1.6 (590.2)
     obligations, character of, 54:4.4 (616.3)
     praying, 91:4.0 (997.6–998.3)
     relationships, Unions of Souls as reflectors of, 28:5.13 (311.5)
     sensitivity, augmentation of, as a factor in civilization, 79:8.14 (888.7)
     sensitizers, function of, 39:3.7 (433.1)
          an order of supervisor seraphim, 39:3.7 (433.1)
     standards, a religion’s status judged by its, 102:8.2 (1127.6)
     yardstick, the gospel a new, 170:2.4 (1859.14)

Ethics advanced system of, in Greece, 98:2.11 (1080.1)
     and altruism, religion’s creation of, 102:3.6 (1122.2)
     attitude of Jesus toward, 170:3.8 (1862.5)
     college of, 25:4.14 (280.2)
     Confucianism a religion of, 5:4.7 (67.5)
     a definition, 92:7.5 (1012.6), 102:8.4 (1127.8)
     discarding of, a weakness of secularism, 195:8.11 (2082.3)
     dispensational enlargement of, 52:2.3 (591.3)
     European religions’ influence on, 121:5.17 (1338.2)
     evolving, vs. basic instincts, 82:2.1 (914.7)
     group, ascenders’ mastery of, on Edentia, 43:8.3 (494.2)
          excelling in, by Chinese, 79:8.16 (888.9)
     Hebrew code of, for gentiles, 70:11.2 (796.8)
     High, College of, 35:3.22 (388.9)
     human, birth of, 86:6.7 (956.3)
     interpreters of, functions of, 27:3.0 (300.4–301.1), 28:5.13 (311.5)
          an order of primary supernaphim, 27:0.8 (298.8)
     of might and right, debate of, 81:6.15 (908.4)
     and morals, primitive religion’s concern with, 101:5.10 (1110.13)
          religion the ancestor of, 101:0.2 (1104.2), 102:3.6 (1122.2)
     morontians’, improvement of, by Edentia socialization, 43:8.12 (495.1)
     need of Paradise arrivals for interpretation of, 27:3.2 (300.5)
     present European, Greek philosophy and Paul’s theology the basis for, 98:7.10 (1084.9)
     relation of religion and human experience to, 196:3.28 (2096.4)
     religious, positive, advice to Michael regarding, 120:3.5 (1329.6)
     responsibility of, definition, 28:6.18 (316.5)
     the result of religion, 170:3.8 (1862.5)
     and Self-government, Advisory Commission of Interuniverse, 18:7.1 (213.3)
     spiritual, comparison of mortal and morontia ethics with, 27:3.1 (300.4)
     static, character of, 12:5.10 (135.9)
     truth and, dispensational enlargements of, 52:2.3 (591.3)
     universe ascenders’ training in, 27:3.2 (300.5)
     would have been no, without religion, 92:3.6 (1006.3)

Ethnic advisers of the first heaven, 48:6.22 (553.3)

Etiquette table, origin of, 89:1.6 (975.3)

Etruscan priesthood vs. the Salem missionaries in Italy, 98:3.2 (1080.4)

Eunuchs making of, and human sacrifice, 89:8.3 (983.1)

Euphrates Andite civilization along the, 79:1.3 (878.4)
     and Tigris, and the location of the second garden, 76:0.1 (847.1), 78:1.3 (868.5)
          mouths of, Andites at the, 78:6.6 (874.3)
               Pre-Sumerian Nodites at the, 77:4.6 (860.1)
     truth seekers along the, 141:8.3 (1595.4)
     valley, benefit of, from trade with China, 79:7.6 (886.7)
          concerted invasion of, 78:8.3 (875.7)
          culture, transfer of, to Egypt, 78:3.6 (871.2), 80:6.1 (894.2)
          final exodus of Andite inhabitants from, 78:6.1 (873.5), 80:6.3 (894.4)
          floods of, 78:7.2 (874.7)
          migrations of Andite peoples from, 80:8.1 (896.6)
          and the second garden, 75:5.9 (844.2)

Eurasia Adamites in, 78:3.10 (871.6)
     Andites in, 78:5.1 (872.5), 79:1.1 (878.2)
     Andonites in, 78:1.5 (869.1)
     glacial ice in, proportion of, 61:5.3 (699.4)
     life implantation, characteristic early animals of, 59:1.14 (673.14)
     Neanderthalers in, 79:5.2 (883.3)
     Salem missionaries’ spread of Trinity teachings throughout, 104:1.4 (1144.1)

Eurasian-African life implantation about, 58:4.2 (667.6)

Europe activity of volcanoes in, 59:3.2 (676.6), 59:5.20 (682.3)
     Adamites in, 78:3.2 (870.5), 80:1.0 (889.3–890.4), 80:2.5 (891.1)
     Africa’s separation from, 57:8.23 (663.1)
     Andite -Adamsonite entry into, 77:5.10 (862.4)
          entrance into, 78:5.2 (872.6), 80:1.1 (889.3)
          invasions of, 80:4.0 (892.4–893.2)
     Andites in, 80:4.4 (892.7)
     the Andonites in, 63:5.2 (715.2), 64:1.6 (719.1), 64:7.9 (727.6), 64:7.16 (728.5), 78:3.5 (871.1), 80:8.2 (896.7), 80:9.6 (898.1)
     aridity of, during early Triassic period, 60:1.1 (685.3)
     beginning rise of, out of Pacific Ocean, 57:8.21 (662.8)
     blue man in, 64:7.3 (726.10), 64:7.8 (727.5), 64:7.10 (727.7), 64:7.16 (728.5), 78:3.5 (871.1), 79:2.3 (880.1), 79:5.1 (883.2), 80:0.1 (889.1), 80:3.1 (891.2), 80:5.8 (894.1)
     camels’ migration to, 61:2.9 (695.7)
     central, early settlement of, by broad-headed white races, 80:8.5 (897.3)
     coal formation during Carboniferous period in, 59:5.19 (682.2)
     connection of Africa with, by Sicilian land bridge, 64:1.5 (718.7)
          of eastern America with, during Carboniferous period, 59:5.20 (682.3)
          of North America with, in Devonian period, 59:4.14 (679.7)
               in Eocene period, 61:1.12 (694.4)
          of South America with, in Carboniferous period, 59:5.11 (681.3)
     Danubian migrations to, 80:8.3 (897.1)
     Devonian red sandstone in, 59:4.7 (678.8)
     early religion in, vs. that in India and Egypt, 80:3.3 (891.4)
     engulfment of, by Silurian seas, 59:3.1 (676.5)
     glaciers in, 64:4.4 (721.2), 64:7.1 (726.8)
     Heidelberg race in, 64:2.3 (719.6)
     Melchizedek teachings in, 98:0.1 (1077.1)
     Neanderthalers in, 64:4.4 (721.2), 64:7.9 (727.6)
     Nordic invasion of, 80:9.3 (897.6)
     northern, Andite conquest of, 80:5.0 (893.3–894.1)
          first two glaciers not extensive in, 64:1.4 (718.6)
     inundation of, by Atlantic Ocean, 59:4.15 (679.8)
     oldest mountains in, 59:5.12 (681.4), 60:4.3 (692.1)
     overrunning of, by early humans, 61:6.4 (700.5)
     pre-Christian religion in, 98:1.2 (1077.6), 98:6.1 (1083.1)
     preglacial land elevation of, 61:4.1 (698.3)
     the red man in, 64:6.5 (723.4)
     Saharans in, 80:2.2 (890.6)
     Salem missionaries in, 98:0.2 (1077.2)
     Sangiks in, 64:7.8 (727.5), 78:3.5 (871.1)
     southern, Andonites in, 78:3.5 (871.1)
          Aryan invasion, so-called, from, 98:1.2 (1077.6)
          Greek civilization’s influence on, 80:7.13 (896.5)
          land elevation during early trilobite age in, 59:1.5 (673.5)
          mixed-race occupants of, 78:3.5 (871.1)
          Nodite penetration of, 80:1.2 (889.4)
     sparse penetration of pure-line violet peoples into, 78:3.3 (870.6)
     spread of Christianity in, 132:0.5 (1456.1)
     submergence of, during later Eocene period, 61:1.12 (694.4)
          during mid-Devonian period, 59:4.8 (679.1)
     supposed glacial deposits in Cambrian strata in, 59:1.17 (674.3)
     western, emergence of, from the sea, 59:1.17 (674.3)

European(s) dark ages, 195:4.0 (2074.7–2075.3)
     depositions of Carboniferous age, 59:5.10 (681.2)
     ethics, present, Greek Philosophy and Paul’s theology the basis for, 98:7.10 (1084.9)
     Far West, influence of Jesus upon the, 134:2.3 (1484.7)
     life, modern, secularism in, 195:8.3 (2081.3)
     Middle Ages, disappearance of slavery during the, 69:8.7 (779.6)
          few human rights recognized in, 70:9.15 (794.10)

Evangelistic corps acting head of, and selection of the seventy, 163:2.1 (1801.4)
     at Magadan, 163:0.1 (1800.1)
     women’s, 150:1.0 (1678.5–1679.2)
          see also Woman's(women's), corps

Evangelists James’s charge to the, 149:0.2 (1668.2)
     Jesus’ farewell instructions to the, 154:5.2 (1720.5)
     number surviving after second preaching tour, 149:7.3 (1677.4)
     school of, at Bethsaida, 148:1.0 (1657.6–1658.3)
          Peter’s supervision of, 148:0.3 (1657.3)
     and the second preaching tour, 149:0.0 (1668.1–4)
     sending forth the seventy, 147:2.4 (1648.6)
     and the third preaching tour, 150:0.0 (1678.1–4)
     training the, at Bethsaida, 148:0.0 (1657.1–1667.2)

Evangels of Light about, 31:7.0 (349.6–350.3)
          transient membership of, in a finaliter company, 31:7.1 (349.6)
     seraphic, function of, 48:6.4 (552.2)

Eve an ancestor of Jesus’ mother, 122:1.2 (1345.1)
     Cano’s promise to, 75:4.7 (843.1)
     created out of Adam’s rib, story of, 74:8.3 (837.2)
     death of, 73:6.8 (826.5), 76:5.5 (852.4)
     default of, Adam’s reaction of, 75:5.1 (843.3)
     disillusionment of, 75:5.1 (843.3)
     fateful meeting of, with Cano, 75:3.8 (842.1)
     good intentions of, 75:2.4 (840.6)
     impatience of, result, 74:8.14 (838.6)
     Melchizedeks’ advice to, 75:2.4 (840.6)
     Serapatatia’s conferences with, 75:3.5 (841.5)
     suffering of, at birth of Cain, 76:0.2 (847.2)
          during Adam’s wanderings, 75:5.7 (843.9)
     temptation of, 75:3.0 (841.1–842.2)
     see also Adam(s) and Eve(s)

Eve(s) Mother see Mother(s), Eves

Evening Stars see Brilliant Evening Star(s)

Eventod identity of, 119:5.2 (1314.5)

Eventuated absoniters are, 0:1.12 (2.12), 30:1.92 (332.38)
     transcendental beings, 30:1.92–99 (332.38–333.7)

Eventuation completed, of the Ultimate, signification, 106:4.2 (1166.5)
     -evolution of outer space levels, 12:1.16 (130.2)
     of God the Ultimate, 0:2.17 (4.11), 0:9.1 (12.4), 106:4.2 (1166.5)
     of transcendentals, 31:8.1 (350.4), 105:7.0 (1159.6–1160.16)
     of ultimate(s), 10:8.2 (116.3), 19:4.6 (218.4), 105:5.4 (1158.4)
     of universe capacities, 118:4.6 (1298.6)

Everlasting dominion the new kingdom an, 137:8.16 (1537.3), 140:1.2 (1568.5)

Eveson the second son of Adam and Eve, 74:6.2 (834.4), 76:3.3 (849.6)

Evidences of religion about, 102:8.0 (1127.5–1128.3)

Evil absence of, in the infinity of God, 108:0.2 (1185.2)
     affliction potential in, 148:5.3 (1661.5)
     black patches of, on white background of good, 195:5.12 (2076.3)
     blasphemy of ascribing the doings of God to the forces of, 165:3.6 (1820.5)
     children of, 162:7.3 (1796.5)
     choosers of, inability of, to bring forth good fruit, 153:4.4 (1714.3)
     comparative, and relative goodness, 4:3.6 (58.4)
     the cross the symbol of the triumph of truth over, 188:5.6 (2018.5)
     deceptions of, vs. power of truth, 179:4.5 (1941.2)
     defense against, and the art of living, 160:2.9 (1776.3)
     a definition, 3:5.15 (52.1), 16:7.7 (193.6), 48:6.33 (555.1), 67:1.4 (754.5), 75:4.3 (842.5), 111:4.11 (1220.10), 130:1.5 (1429.1), 130:4.11 (1435.3), 131:3.3 (1446.5), 148:4.3 (1660.2)
     definition of the realization of, 130:4.14 (1435.6)
     deliverance from, 121:5.11 (1337.7), 144:3.11 (1620.9), 148:4.8 (1660.7), 162:2.7 (1792.1)
     destruction of, by the beauty of divine love, 188:5.3 (2018.2)
     vs. the evil one, 143:2.5 (1609.6), 148:4.2 (1660.1)
     eye, charms for warding off the, 80:9.14 (899.1)
          origin of the fear of the, 111:0.7 (1216.1)
          present belief in, 88:6.7 (972.7)
          significance of, to primitive man, 87:5.5 (962.6)
     finaliters proof against, 31:0.13 (346.1)
     finiteness not, 111:6.3 (1222.2)
     God did not create, 54:0.2 (613.2)
     and good, see Good, and evil
     gravity resisting on mental and spiritual levels, 56:10.14 (647.5)
     handicaps of, inherent, 148:5.3 (1661.5)
     in the heart, man’s defilement by, 153:3.5 (1712.5)
     and ignorance, 130:1.5 (1429.1)
     innate, origin of Paul’s doctrine of, 121:6.5 (1339.1)
     insurance against, affection the, 160:2.9 (1776.3)
     Jesus’ attitude toward, 100:7.14 (1103.2), 127:4.2 (1401.2), 136:8.8 (1521.3), 139:10.8 (1564.2), 140:8.4–8 (1579.6–1580.3), 140:8.21 (1582.2), 141:7.11 (1594.5), 159:5.10 (1770.2), 180:5.9 (1950.4), 188:5.2 (2018.1)
     malignant, vs. the truly good, 159:5.10 (1770.2)
     man’s difficulty in grasping the meaning of, 54:0.1 (613.1)
     mastery of, by power of goodness, 130:2.4 (1430.2)
     one, identification of the, 148:4.2 (1660.1)
     overcoming of, with good, 131:1.7 (1443.3), 133:7.12 (1480.4), 156:5.5 (1738.4), 159:5.10 (1770.2), 194:3.11 (2064.3)
     overthrowing of, by truth, 149:2.13 (1672.2)
     permitting of, to run its course, reasons for, 54:5.14 (618.3)
     phenomenon of, vs. beauty of truth, 195:5.13 (2076.4)
     potential, vs. choice for goodness, 132:3.8 (1460.1)
          as a decision stimulus, 3:5.13 (51.12), 132:2.10 (1458.7)
          a definition, 2:2.7 (36.5), 3:6.2 (52.5), 100:3.5 (1097.2), 130:4.14 (1435.6), 132:2.7 (1458.4)
          origin of, 105:6.4 (1159.4), 111:6.0 (1221.8–1223.2)
          time-existence of, 54:0.2 (613.2)
     presence of, as a choice stimulus, 55:3.10 (625.9)
          as proof of inaccuracies of mind, 130:4.11 (1435.3)
     and righteousness, 3:5.13 (51.12)
     and sin, and iniquity, 148:4.0 (1659.8–1661.2)
     sin the deliberate choice of, 54:0.2 (613.2)
     Sin and Temptation, one of Jesus’ discussions, 150:6.1 (1683.3)
     sometime embrace of, by spirit beings, 108:5.3 (1191.4)
     sorrow the result of, 131:3.3 (1446.5)
     Speaking and Envy, one of Jesus’ evening discussions, 150:6.1 (1683.3)
     spirits, see Spirit(s)—Good and Bad, evil
     time-limited, ultimate good to be derived from, 54:4.7 (616.6), 54:6.10 (620.2)
     triumph of faith over, 194:3.2 (2062.11)
     undue credit for, assigned to the devil, 53:8.9 (610.5)
     why the Creators permit, 54:3.1 (615.3)
     willful embrace of, results, 54:3.2 (615.4)
     on worlds in light and life, 55:3.10 (625.9)

Evildoer(s) disillusionment of Judas the, 186:1.6 (1998.4)
     Jesus’ approval of social punishment of, 140:8.4 (1579.6)
     quotations from Amos concerning, 97:4.3 (1065.6)
     time for acceptance of salvation vouchsafed every, 54:5.3 (617.3)

Evolution of the Almighty power of Supremacy, 56:6.2 (641.3)
     belief of ancients in, 74:8.5 (837.4)
     biologic, see Biologic, evolution
     civil government a product of, 70:5.1 (788.13), 86:7.5 (957.1)
     of colored races, 51:4.0 (584.3–585.4), 61:7.4 (701.3), 64:0.0 (718.1–729.2), 65:4.7 (735.6)
     of competition, 71:5.0 (805.1–4)
     complicated by Dalamatia regime, 81:2.20 (903.2)
     of the concept of Deity, among the Jews, 142:3.2 (1598.3)
     continuance of, during ages of light and life, 55:6.3 (630.6)
     cosmic, see Cosmic—Evolution
     a cosmic technique of growth, 100:3.7 (1097.4)
     course of, following will emergence, 36:3.8 (400.3)
     the cradle of, 57:8.26 (663.4)
     creativity in time, 105:6.5 (1159.5)
     creature, the Supreme Being the personal epitome of, 117:3.4 (1281.6)
     of creature life, a study on Life Carrier world, 36:2.17 (398.4)
     of culture, 68:6.0 (769.6–770.8), 81:5.0 (905.6–906.5)
     a definition, 74:8.4 (837.3), 100:3.7 (1097.4), 105:6.5 (1159.5)
     democracy of, meeting autocracy of perfection, 15:11.1 (179.11)
     democracy not a product of, 71:2.1 (801.13)
     the domain of the Life Carriers, 36:2.20 (399.2), 65:7.2 (738.5)
     of elephants, vs. reproduction of mice, 49:1.6 (560.5)
     energy, of plant and animal life, 36:6.5 (404.3)
     facts of, and the reality of spiritual experience, 102:6.9 (1125.4)
     of the fetish, 88:2.0 (968.6–970.1)
     finite, God the Sevenfold’s functional co-ordination of, 106:2.1 (1164.4)
     fostering of, 65:3.0 (733.7–734.4)
     of the God concept among the Hebrews, 97:0.0 (1062.1–1076.6)
     governmental, of the continental nation, 72:1.4 (808.7)
     grand universe, Supreme Being the deity culmination of, 106:2.1 (1164.4)
     and growth of brains, 60:2.14 (688.6)
     the horse, an outstanding example of, 61:2.9 (695.7)
     human, and the actualization of the Supreme, 117:4.9 (1284.5)
          the Adjusters and, 5:5.1 (68.4)
          conditions favoring progress of, 64:1.3 (718.5)
          mechanists’ view of, 58:2.3 (665.6)
          and natural selection, 65:3.6 (734.3)
          not explained by physics and chemistry, 65:6.8 (738.1)
          still in progress, 196:3.33 (2097.1)
          by way of frog development, 65:3.3 (733.9)
     of human government, 70:0.0 (783.1–799.2), 71:2.9 (802.3)
          mind, 9:5.6 (103.4), 62:6.0 (709.2–7), 65:7.7 (739.3)
          sacrifice, 89:6.0 (980.6–981.5)
          society, acceleration of, by Dalamatia teachers, 66:6.6 (750.1)
          species, slow, 61:6.1 (700.2), 66:6.3 (749.5)
          stocks, 61:7.4 (701.3)
     of justice, 70:10.0 (794.13–796.6)
     of language, 81:6.17 (908.6)
     life, 49:0.3 (559.3), 52:1.1 (589.10), 65:4.2 (735.1)
          three levels of, 65:0.2 (730.2)
          from vegetable to animal, 49:1.5 (560.4), 58:6.2 (669.3), 65:2.2 (731.6)
          vicissitudes, 65:5.0 (736.4–7)
     of a local universe, 32:0.0 (357.1–365.5)
     of mammalian life, 61:1.14 (694.6)
     of man, Primates tribes last link in, 62:4.7 (707.6)
     man’s, compared with that of the Supreme, 117:3.12 (1283.1)
     marine-life, apex of, 59:5.1 (680.3)
     of marriage, 82:0.0 (913.1–921.2)
     may be slow, but it is terribly effective, 81:1.3 (900.5)
     of moral concepts, 95:3.0 (1045.4–1046.1)
     of the mores, 68:4.0 (767.1–7), 70:11.5 (797.3)
     natural, fostering of, by Van and Amadon, 67:6.7 (760.2)
     organic, absence of, on Jerusem, 46:2.5 (521.2)
          conditioning of the course of, 65:1.8 (731.3)
          not a cosmic accident, 65:0.7 (730.7), 65:4.3 (735.2)
     overcontrol of, 65:0.0 (730.1–740.3)
     peaceful, vs. violent revolution, 99:2.5 (1087.8)
     physical, full development of, 55:6.5 (631.1)
     plan of, eventuation of, by absonite architects, 106:3.1 (1165.6)
     planetary, apex of, 49:5.27 (567.7)
          orderly and controlled, 49:1.7 (560.6)
     planetary rebellion’s lack of effect on, 67:0.1 (754.1), 73:0.1 (821.1)
     possible independence of, from culture, 81:5.1 (905.6)
     of prayer, 89:8.8 (983.6), 91:0.0 (994.1–1002.14)
     prehuman, greatest single leap of, 65:2.9 (732.7)
     of primitive man, the great event of the glacial period, 61:6.1 (700.2)
     processes of, how controlled, 3:2.2 (46.6)
     progressive, co-operation in early, 71:5.3 (805.3)
          of the human race, 75:8.2 (846.1)
          pain and suffering essential to, 86:2.1 (951.3)
          and Providence, 4:1.2 (54.5)
          vs. revolution by revelation, 66:6.6 (750.1)
     reciprocal, of grand universe and the Supreme, 117:0.4 (1278.4)
     of religion, see Religion(s)—Evolutionary
     religion as the scourge of, 92:3.9 (1006.6)
     of representative government, 71:2.0 (801.13–802.13)
     the rule of human development, 49:1.4 (560.3)
     slow, vs. sudden revolution, 95:1.8 (1043.3)
     social, civil government the outcome of, 86:7.5 (957.1)
          failure to recognize, a danger of democracy, 71:2.4 (801.16)
          individuals, vs. families in, 84:0.2 (931.2)
          and industry, 86:7.5 (957.1)
          initiation of, by the Dalamatia teachers, 68:0.3 (763.3)
          liberty as a goal of, 54:1.2 (613.4), 71:3.1 (803.1), 81:5.7 (906.5), 84:5.8 (937.5), 89:3.7 (977.2)
          and marriage adjustment, 82:0.1 (913.1), 83:7.4 (928.5)
          prayer a promoter of, 91:1.2 (995.1)
          public opinion the basic energy in, 71:2.7 (802.1)
          war and, 86:7.5 (957.1)
     of the soul, see Soul(s)—Evolution
     vs. special creation in origin of man, 74:8.4 (837.3)
     spiritual, definition, 132:3.8 (1460.1)
     of statehood, levels of, 71:8.2 (806.15)
     superuniverse, seven purposes of, 15:14.0 (181.7)
     of supremacy, 117:5.12 (1287.3)
     of the Supreme, see Supreme
     in time and space, 65:8.0 (739.5–740.2)
     total, of the entire grand universe, 116:5.15 (1274.5)
     universe, conditioned by Father’s freewill act, 0:4.10 (7.8)
          of eternal future, 23:4.6 (263.2), 31:10.12 (353.8), 34:2.6 (376.3), 36:4.8 (401.4)
          vast program of, 21:5.6 (240.8)

Evolutionary accident, man not an, 49:1.6 (560.5)
     acquirement, the home, man’s supreme, 84:8.6 (943.1)
     ascension, the Father’s plan of, 7:4.4 (85.5)
     citizens, of the grand universe, possible future function of, 117:2.6 (1280.6)
     cosmos, dominance of energy-matter in the, 12:8.14 (140.10)
     creatures, see Creature(s), evolutionary
     Deity, see Deity(ies)—Experiential, evolutionary
     duty, man’s sense of his, and belief in God, 101:1.7 (1105.4)
     -experiential reality, the Supreme the capstone of, 106:5.1 (1167.2)
          self, the Supreme the, 118:0.5 (1294.5)
     nature of religion, 92:1.0 (1003.6–1004.3)
     panorama, the, 65:2.0 (731.5–733.6)
     perfection, the Supreme’s, mortals’ eventual sharing of, 106:2.6 (1165.3)
     personalities, the cosmic complement of Paradise-Havona creatures, 32:3.12 (362.1)
     progress delayed by loss of superior life plasm, 49:1.7 (560.6)
     religion, see Religion(s)—Evolutionary
     scheme of creation, proof of wisdom of, 55:6.9 (631.5)
     seraphim, see Seraphim, evolutionary
     techniques of life, 65:6.0 (737.1–738.3)
     utopia, the age of light and life, 49:5.27 (567.7)

Evolutionist progressive, Jesus a, 149:2.11 (1671.6)

Evolutions mental, conditions favoring, 65:8.6 (740.2)

Evolving, God the Supreme Being the, 0:2.15 (4.9)
     morontia minds, 42:10.5 (481.2)
     prayer, 91:2.0 (995.6–996.6)
     soul, the, 111:3.0 (1218.9–1219.6)
          see also Soul(s)—Evolution
     spirits, mansion world arrivals’ classification as, 48:6.4 (552.2)

Exaltation apostles’ alternation between humiliation and, 158:5.4 (1757.4)
     Israel’s temporal, Jewish expectation of, 136:1.3 (1509.5)
     self-, see Self, -exaltation

Examination of Jesus, by Annas, 184:1.0 (1978.4–1980.1)
     private, of Jesus, by Pilate, 185:3.0 (1991.1–1992.2)

Example to his age, John the Baptist not an, 135:4.5 (1499.5), 136:0.1 (1509.1)
     human, Michael’s mortal life not a, 120:2.7 (1328.4), 129:4.7 (1425.6), 140:10.3 (1585.1), 141:7.9 (1594.3), 194:2.8 (2061.6)
     Jesus an, for mortals to live their lives by the means that he lived his, 129:4.7 (1425.6)
          of universe loyalty and moral nobility, 136:9.9 (1523.1)

Exchange medium of, the first, 69:4.5 (775.5)
     pupils, student visitors as, 30:3.11 (339.8)
     students, in the Melchizedek schools, 35:3.22 (388.9)

Excommunication of Jesus and followers, 164:4.6 (1814.2)
     Josiah’s reaction to his, 164:5.5 (1816.2)
     two reasons for, among the Jews, 153:3.6 (1713.1)

Excursion guides, Morontia Companions as, 47:3.12 (534.4)
     and reversion supervisors, ascending mortals’ contact with, 48:3.14 (546.7)

Execution of John the Baptist, 135:12.7 (1508.7), 144:9.1 (1627.6)

Executioners divine, see Divine Personalities, executioners
     of the high tribunals, Solitary Messengers as, 23:2.17 (259.3)

Executive -administrative areas of Jerusem, the squares, 46:4.3 (522.7), 46:6.1 (527.3)
     and legislative functions in the local universes, 33:8.1 (373.3)
     judgment, Deity representation in domains of, 10:6.16 (114.17), 18:0.10 (207.10)
     worlds of the Spirit, 13:4.0 (149.7–151.1), 17:1.6 (198.6), 23:2.15 (259.1)

Exhibit(s) areas, historic and prophetic, on peripheral Paradise, 11:4.3 (121.4)
     panorama of Jerusem, 46:5.23 (525.5)
     of the planets on system headquarters, 38:9.12 (425.4)

Exhortation the Father’s divine, 1:0.3 (21.3)

Existence(s) all, the Universal Father the personal source of, 132:3.6 (1459.6)
     cessation of, decrees of, 2:3.3 (37.1)
          nonrepersonalization due to absence of an immortal spirit as, 49:6.7 (569.2)
     creature, comparative schools of, 35:3.20 (388.7)
          goals and ideals of, 14:4.18 (157.10)
          mechanism factors in, 42:12.9 (483.9)
     eternal, assurance of, 132:3.9 (1460.2)
          Gautama’s failure to show the pathway to, 94:7.3 (1035.3)
          potential of, and human choice, 111:1.5 (1216.6)
     future, dream origin of belief in, 86:4.2 (953.1)
     goals of, 12:8.13 (140.9), 16:4.6 (189.7), 24:6.8 (270.6), 32:5.2 (365.4), 36:5.12 (402.9), 79:8.17 (888.10), 81:6.28 (910.1), 110:3.4 (1206.2), 141:5.3 (1592.1), 160:3.5 (1778.3), 195:0.4 (2069.4)
     of God, proof of, 1:2.7 (24.5)
     human, begins and ends with religion, 5:5.5 (68.8)
          Jesus’ escape from both social extremes of, 129:4.4 (1425.3)
          revealed religion the unifying element of, 102:4.6 (1123.6)
          technique of changing the meanings of, from temporal to eternal, 89:10.4 (984.7)
          the three essential functions of, 84:0.3 (931.3)
          the “whence, why, and whither” of, 146:3.1 (1641.3)
     infinity of, comprehension of, 3:4.5 (50.3)
     Joys of, a type of secondary seconaphim, 28:5.4 (310.6), 28:5.16 (312.3)
     living, the scheme of, on worlds of space, 2:2.5 (36.3)
     loss of, the supreme punishment, 2:3.2 (36.7)
     mortal, 91:7.9 (1000.10)
     potential, seeds of, in the central universe, 8:1.6 (91.3)
     prehuman, Jesus’ awareness of his, 129:3.9 (1424.4), 137:4.2 (1528.5), 161:3.1 (1787.3)
          self-limitation as to knowledge from his, 128:1.4 (1408.1)
     primitive Urantians’ struggle for, 86:1.2 (950.4)
     spirit, 30:1.113 (334.7)
     supreme, analysis of, 101:6.2 (1111.6)

Existential Deity(ies) and absolute oneness, 56:5.1 (640.5)
          achievement of, by experiential children, and apparent assistance from the Supreme, 26:6.3 (292.3)
          compensated for lack of experience through foreknowledge, 25:4.16 (280.4)
          creation or eventuation of derived Deities by, 0:12.3 (15.9)
          definitions, 0:7.3 (10.8), 0:9.5 (13.3), 8:0.4 (90.4)
          Eternal Son an example of, 0:1.14 (3.1)
          expression of, by the Father, in the Son and the Spirit, 0:7.6 (10.11)
          God the Father as, and reality and attainability of, to individual ascenders, 117:6.21 (1290.7)
          manifestations to intelligent creatures, the Paradise Deities, vs. expansive nature of the Supreme, 56:7.3 (642.3)
          a mystery of, and attributes of the Third Source and Center, 9:1.7 (100.1)
          our Creator Son not an, like the Eternal Son, 33:1.2 (366.3)
          Paradise Deity is, vs. experiential, 0:4.9 (7.7), 116:2.13 (1270.10)
          personal association of, in second level of Trinity of Trinities, 106:8.20 (1172.5)
          personality realities of, graspable by finite creatures, 106:2.7 (1165.4)
          and potential for experiential Deities, 0:12.4 (16.1)
          spiritual presence of, not influenced by loyalty or disloyalty of created beings, 13:4.4 (150.3)
          synthesis of personality and power, the Conjoint Actor, 104:5.6 (1151.6)
          the three, as three of the seven absolute realities, 105:2.1 (1153.6)
          the three Absolutes as, in actuality, 106:7.3 (1169.2)
          see also Deity(ies)—Existential
     energy domain of the Conjoint Actor, 42:2.16 (470.7)
     and experiential, possibilities of an absolute correlation of, 0:11.2 (13.7), 106:9.8 (1174.4)
          the Personalized Adjusters’ combining of the, 109:7.2 (1201.3)
     -experiential, the Adjusters are, 40:4.2 (445.1), 101:6.2 (1111.6), 107:2.7 (1179.1), 109:7.2 (1201.3)
          Havona levels of divinity, 0:1.18 (3.5)
          self, the Absolute the, 118:0.8 (1294.8)
     infinite unification, 106:9.0 (1173.2–1175.1)
     infinity, unqualified unity inherent in, 118:5.3 (1299.3)
     power, vs. experiential power, 106:2.3 (1164.6)
     prepersonal status of Adjusters, 40:4.2 (445.1), 109:7.5 (1201.6)
     realities, of the Seven Absolutes, not perceivable by experience, 106:2.7 (1165.4)
     reality, 0:3.1 (4.13), 0:4.9 (7.7), 56:5.2 (640.6), 106:8.16 (1172.1), 106:9.4 (1173.5), 115:1.3 (1260.4)
     realization of absolute divinity, 0:11.2 (13.7)
     triunities, the existence of several, 104:3.16 (1147.8)

Exogamy and endogamy, 82:5.0 (918.1–919.6)

Exorcism coercion and, 87:6.0 (963.10–965.4)
     replaced by rites of conciliation and propitiation, 89:4.4 (978.1)

Expansion and contraction cycles of mid-zone of nether Paradise, 11:5.6 (122.6)
     -contraction cycle, of space respiration, time required for, 11:5.9 (123.2), 12:4.12 (134.1)
     creative, grand and awful times of, 8:1.8 (91.5)
     present outward, of all physical creations, 12:4.12 (134.1)

Experience(s) absonity of, and infinity of divinity, 0:12.3 (15.9)
     acquirement of, seraphic and human technique of, 39:0.11 (426.11)
     advantage of, over theory, 102:6.7 (1125.2)
     ascendant, reality of, 34:6.5 (380.6)
     ascension, 55:2.12 (624.6)
     bank of, solvency of, 195:6.1 (2076.6)
     capacity of mind to learn from, and functioning of adjutant spirits, 36:5.15 (403.3), 65:7.7 (739.3)
     cosmic availability of, to creature and Creator, 116:6.7 (1275.7)
     Creator-creature, and the Supreme, 117:1.1 (1278.5)
     creature, see Creature(s), experience
     of creatures, as compared to self-realization of God, 1:5.14 (29.4)
          seven, 117:6.15 (1290.1)
     enlightened, character acquired by, 37:6.3 (412.3)
     evolutionary, God the Supreme the summarizer of, 115:7.6 (1266.7)
     existential realities of the absolute not perceivable by, 106:2.7 (1165.4)
     of experiencing the reality of believing in God, religion the, 101:1.4 (1105.1)
     the fact of, 102:4.2 (1123.2)
     faith, religion the sphere of, 101:5.2 (1110.5)
     the Father’s consciousness of, 1:5.16 (29.6)
     of Father’s love by human beings, 3:4.6 (50.4)
     feeling of, religion may be the, 101:5.9 (1110.12)
     and finaliters’ knowledge of the Supreme Being, 56:8.2 (643.5)
     finite, the eternal God’s potential for, 108:0.2 (1185.2)
          lack of, in future outer universes, 31:10.11 (353.7)
     of generations, pooling of, a factor in the preservation of civilization, 79:8.12 (888.5)
     with God, existence of, beyond logic, 1:6.6 (30.5)
          man’s reach for, 103:7.3 (1138.1), 117:6.9 (1289.2)
     of God’s children within his consciousness, 3:3.2 (49.1)
     human, a definition, 102:4.2 (1123.2)
          experience, the sole proof of revelation, 101:2.8 (1106.7)
          and human consciousness, 16:9.1 (195.7)
          Jesus’ discussion with the Greek philosopher concerning, 146:3.1 (1641.3)
          life, a cosmic cocoon, 117:6.8 (1289.1)
          ministry of God the Supreme in, 34:6.2 (380.3)
          the most thrilling and inspiring of all, 155:5.10 (1729.5)
          personal, revelation as a, 101:2.12 (1107.2)
          and realization of God, 1:2.7 (24.5)
          as a reason for believing in God, 101:2.5 (1106.4)
          religion and, 100:0.0 (1094.1–1103.7), 102:8.1 (1127.5), 196:3.28 (2096.4)
               of the spirit based wholly on, 155:5.6 (1729.1)
                    demonstrated in, 155:5.5 (1728.7)
          solvency of the bank of, 195:6.1 (2076.6)
          the soul a new reality in, 0:5.10 (8.10)
          unity in, found through philosophy, 102:2.6 (1120.3)
          Urantian, qualities of universal reality manifest in, 0:5.6 (8.6)
     -idea of God, worship of, 4:4.8 (59.4)
     importance of, 22:9.7 (253.1), 109:1.3 (1195.4)
          of cosmic adaptation in, 100:3.5 (1097.2)
     of the individual, opposed by the accumulated propensities of the race, 111:7.5 (1223.7)
     infinite Deities compensated for lack of, 25:4.16 (280.4)
     inseparability of, from a living existence, 109:1.3 (1195.4)
     life, purpose of, 16:6.11 (192.7)
     life-story tellers’ perpetuation of significance of, 44:2.8 (501.7)
     living spiritual, to the religionist, God a, 1:6.2 (30.1)
     of man, meanings and values of, 117:5.13 (1287.4)
     material, as scaffolding, 112:5.22 (1235.4)
     method of, Jesus’ use of, in religion, 195:5.14 (2076.5)
     mortal, deficiencies, cure of on mansion world one, 47:3.8 (533.6)
          a training school, 49:0.1 (559.1)
     mortals’ inherent dependence on, 106:9.8 (1174.4)
     need of every intelligent creature for, 32:4.2 (362.6)
     new levels of, courage needed to invade, 101:7.2 (1113.8)
     no substitute for, 106:9.2 (1173.3), 108:0.2 (1185.2), 181:2.5 (1955.6)
          worthwhile, ever happens in vain, 109:6.1 (1200.1)
     the only approach to the Supreme, 117:6.11 (1289.4)
     parental, the necessity for, 45:6.8 (517.1), 47:1.6 (531.4), 84:7.4 (939.7)
     personal, absonite differential of, 44:8.5 (508.3)
          evil as a reality in, 132:2.10 (1458.7)
          and the kingdom of heaven, 146:3.4 (1641.6), 170:2.16 (1860.11), 176:3.2 (1916.2)
          man’s knowing God through, 1:6.6 (30.5), 102:5.3 (1124.2), 102:7.7 (1127.1), 131:10.3 (1453.5), 145:2.4 (1629.5), 155:6.3 (1731.1), 169:4.13 (1857.4)
          praying as a, 91:8.0 (1001.5–1002.5)
          religion a matter of, 99:2.1 (1087.4), 99:4.7 (1090.3), 100:1.7 (1095.2), 102:8.6 (1128.2), 103:1.3 (1130.2), 103:8.1 (1140.1), 138:2.1 (1539.4), 145:2.3 (1629.4), 155:6.8 (1732.1), 195:5.3 (2075.6), 196:2.6 (2092.4)
     of religion, results of, 101:1.6 (1105.3)
     religious, and the Adjusters, 101:6.2 (1111.6)
          and cosmic citizenship, 99:7.5 (1093.3)
          the crowning endowment of human nature, 101:3.18 (1109.1)
          definition, 0:12.13 (17.2), 16:9.12 (196.8), 102:3.4 (1121.6), 103:2.8 (1131.7), 103:9.1 (1140.7), 111:3.5 (1219.4)
          as an efficient solvent for mortal difficulties, 196:3.1 (2093.6)
          and the enhanced discernment of truth, 132:2.5 (1458.2)
          the fact of, implication, 102:7.3 (1126.3)
          and “feelings that lie too deep for words,” 99:5.9 (1091.8)
          genuine personal, faith the living attribute of, 101:8.1 (1114.5)
               takes salvation for granted, 103:9.5 (1141.3)
          God a loving person and a personal love in, 2:6.9 (42.1)
          influences on, 100:1.6 (1095.1)
          man’s ability to discover divinity only through, 101:10.4 (1116.5)
               three great satisfactions in, 5:5.7 (69.2)
          observable traits of those having had a, 102:2.3 (1119.8)
          personal, divine personality grasped by, 1:6.4 (30.3)
               of Paul, Christianity’s foundation, 196:2.1 (2091.10)
               religion’s validation dependent upon the faith of, 103:1.5 (1130.4)
               two phases of, 196:3.17 (2095.1)
          and the personal quest for truth, 155:5.10 (1729.5)
          and personality of God, 1:5.10 (28.7), 1:6.4 (30.3), 102:4.3 (1123.3)
          the practical tests for, 91:7.5–12 (1000.6–1001.3)
          prayer a part of, 102:4.5 (1123.5)
          primitive, a definition, 103:2.8 (1131.7)
               identification of, 103:2.8 (1131.7)
          progressive, 101:6.0 (1111.5–1113.6)
          psychology’s attempt to study, 101:2.17 (1107.7)
          the pursuit of mere knowledge without, consequences, 195:6.3 (2076.8)
          real, theology’s inability to depict, 196:3.28 (2096.4)
          reality of, 101:10.5 (1116.6), 103:0.0 (1129.1–1142.4), 196:3.31 (2096.7)
          reason alone cannot validate, 101:10.6 (1116.7)
          relation of logic and emotion to, 101:5.9 (1110.12)
               of, to science, 102:2.5 (1120.2)
          vs. religious beliefs, 103:1.4 (1130.3)
               symbols and ceremonies, 155:3.8 (1727.8)
          respect of science for, 102:6.8 (1125.3)
          the social group not the source of, 103:3.1 (1132.1)
          in social groups, derivation of the unity of, 103:1.1 (1129.8)
          source of, 101:2.1 (1105.5)
          subjective and objective phases of, 103:9.5 (1141.3)
          unassailable conviction of, 103:9.12 (1142.3)
          wisdom of, paradoxical nature of the, 102:2.2 (1119.7)
          worship the spiritual domain of the reality of, 16:6.8 (192.4)
     spiritual, consciousness of divinity a progressive, 12:8.15 (140.11)
          demands of, 5:5.1 (68.4)
          a dog’s inability to enjoy a, 130:2.8 (1431.3)
          efficacy of prayer in, 91:6.7 (1000.1)
          a factor in Adjuster communion, 5:2.6 (65.2)
          faith’s ability to transform probability into a, 102:6.8 (1125.3)
          genuine, philosophy’s need to surrender to, 112:2.11 (1228.6)
          God known only as a, 169:4.13 (1857.4)
          of God-knowing man, 1:6.6 (30.5)
          living, faith deals with, 103:9.10 (1142.1)
          not dependent on favorable environment, 194:3.10 (2064.2)
          personal, as challenged by dogma, 102:7.7 (1127.1)
               the higher level to which religion will ascend in a future era, 50:5.9 (577.4)
               and the hope of human brotherhood, 155:6.8 (1732.1)
          worship the religion of the reality of, 16:6.10 (192.6)
     the supreme human, honestly trying to do the divine will, 155:6.11 (1732.4)
     of survival, the only gain between death and resurrection, 47:3.7 (533.5)
     Thought Adjusters must acquire, 109:1.3 (1195.4)
     transcendence of, by Absolutes of Infinity, 106:9.2 (1173.3)
     utilization of, by animals, 16:7.4 (193.3)
     wisdom secured only through, 81:6.13 (908.2)
     worth-while, ascenders’ consciousness of past, 47:4.5 (535.1)

Experiential actuality, 31:10.10 (353.6)
     attainment, the human mind’s grasp of the divine an, 3:5.16 (52.2)
          personal, on last circle of Havona, 44:8.5 (508.3)
     blending of truth, beauty, and goodness, as progressive achievement of Godlikeness, 44:7.4 (507.5)
     creations, interdependence of all, regarding destiny, 117:6.20 (1290.6)
     creatures, as maximum finites, 106:0.4 (1162.4)
     Deity, see Deity(ies)—Experiential
     depths, lonely isolation of, stars but discerned from, 48:7.15 (556.15)
     -evolutionary beings, the Supreme as a totality culminator regarding destiny of, 117:3.13 (1283.2)
     existence, perfect and perfected, embrace of, by finaliters, 31:1.1 (346.2)
     and existential, correlation of, 0:11.2 (13.7), 7:1.11 (83.3)
     God the Supreme is, 106:2.7 (1165.4)
     infinite, identity with the existential infinite, in the Trinity of Trinities, 106:8.1 (1170.4)
     instruction, in Havona, 30:4.27 (343.2)
     levels of time-space evolution, divinity on, 0:1.18 (3.5)
     mind, of the Supreme, source of the, 9:7.4 (105.4)
     perfection attainment, creatures’ partnership with Creators in, 54:2.2 (614.7)
     power, vs. existential power, 106:2.3 (1164.6)
     power of the Almighty Supreme, 0:7.7 (11.1)
     reality(ies), cosmic, dangers of oversimplification of, 19:1.9 (215.6)
          God the phase of the Infinite perceived by personalities as an actual, 105:1.6 (1153.3)
          infinity unification as an, remoteness of, 106:9.1 (1173.2)
          man’s moral and spiritual consciousness an, difficult of symbolization, 0:2.1 (3.14)
               relationship to numerous levels of, importance of his comprehension of, 106:0.1 (1162.1)
          mutual contribution of, by beings engaged in creative adventures of trinitization, 22:10.6 (254.3)
          origin, history, and destiny, the three, as basis for estimating current status, 19:1.6 (215.3)
          of the Supreme and the Ultimate, conditioners of the presence of the Eternal Son, 7:2.1 (83.4)
     realization of absolute divinity, 0:10.1 (13.4)
     spirit, cycle of, 7:1.11 (83.3)
     steps, seven, of Creator Son in obtaining sovereignty, 21:3.16–23 (238.10–239.5)
     supremacy, the three levels of, 105:6.2 (1159.2)
     Trinities, 0:9.1 (12.4), 0:10.1 (13.4), 0:12.3 (15.9), 0:12.5 (16.2), 31:9.14 (352.7), 56:9.5 (644.7), 106:3.2 (1165.7), 106:5.2 (1167.3), 106:9.9 (1174.5)
     unification of absolute level not yet attained, 0:1.13 (2.13)
          of grand universe divinity in God the Supreme, 44:5.5 (505.2)

Experiment choice of Urantia for Life Carriers’ sixtieth Satania, 57:8.9 (661.3)

Experimental planet, every tenth world an, 40:5.18 (447.3)
          Urantia an, 49:5.11 (565.12)
     worlds, 49:5.10–12 (565.11–13), 73:0.3 (821.3)

Experimenter God not an, 2:1.4 (34.3)

Explainers of mysteries conciliators as, 25:3.12 (278.3)

Exploitation of others, for selfish aggrandizement, a tendency of self-admiration, 54:1.6 (614.1)
          unwillingness of God-knowing mortal to amass wealth by, 132:5.18 (1464.2)
     of the weak, an economic abuse condemned by Jesus, 163:2.11 (1803.2)

Exploration and discovery, commerce a stimulus to, 69:4.8 (775.8)
     post-Adamic era the golden age of, on an average world, 52:3.6 (593.5)

Export and import business of the Dravidians, 79:3.7 (881.7)

Exposure of children at birth, a population restriction, 68:6.8 (770.5)

Expression see Self, -expression

Extension -school instructors, function of, 30:3.8 (339.5)
     schools for evolutionary seraphim on the mansion worlds, 113:7.2 (1248.2)

Extinction of personal creatures, powers of Avonals in, 20:3.2 (226.2)
     probable exemption from, of salvaged personalities of Lucifer rebellion, 53:9.1 (610.6)
     as a result of self-gratification, 68:2.2 (764.5)
     sentences of, carried out upon orders of superuniverse rulers, 2:3.3 (37.1), 15:12.2 (180.3), 33:7.4 (372.8)
     of sin-identified mortal, 2:6.8 (41.6)
     of will creatures, powers of Ancients of Days in, 15:12.2 (180.3), 18:3.7 (210.1), 36:1.1 (396.2)

Extortion Pharisees’ guilt of, 166:1.4 (1826.1)

Eye(s) blue, of the violet race, 76:4.1 (850.7)
     evil, see Evil, eye
     for an eye, in early society, 70:10.9 (795.6)
     of faith, necessity of, for discernment of spiritual values, 195:7.4 (2078.7)
     of the flesh, vs. the eye of the spirit, 176:2.4 (1915.1)
     material, windows of the soul, 42:12.12 (483.12), 86:5.15 (955.3)

Ezekiel and his message, 121:7.5 (1340.3)
     Jesus’ quotation from, 145:2.7 (1630.3)
     proclamation by, of deliverance through service, 97:8.3 (1071.1)
     a spiritual leader, 97:10.3 (1075.8)
     wisdom of, in regard to the use of ritual, 97:10.7 (1076.4)

Ezra, the backslidden Jew finding of God by, 130:8.2 (1440.2)

Ezra, father of Rebecca about, 127:5.1 (1402.4)
     agreement of, to Rebecca’s plan, 127:5.2 (1402.5)
     remark of, to his wife, about Jesus, 127:5.3 (1403.1)

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