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Habit(s) -bound slave, God not a, 12:7.4 (137.7)
     vs. customs, 68:4.1 (767.1)
     formation of, worshipful, 160:3.2 (1777.3)
     of God, his laws the, 12:7.2 (137.5)
     and ideals, gradual reshaping of, 101:7.3 (1114.1)
     physical, of God, 4:2.1 (56.5)
     racial, seraphim’s study of, 39:0.11 (426.11)
     of the Son, 7:0.4 (81.4)

Habitats of early Cenozoic animals, 61:0.2 (693.2)

Hades Greeks’ invention of, purpose, 86:4.8 (953.7)

Hagar identity of, 93:9.8 (1023.5)

Haggai influence of, 97:10.3 (1075.8)

Hair body, of Primates twins, 62:4.1 (706.5)
     color, of the violet race, 76:4.1 (850.7)
     dawn-mammal twins’ lack of body, 62:3.1 (704.6)
     noncutting of the, a Nazarite requirement, 135:1.1 (1496.6)

Hairy garment, John the Baptist’s, 135:1.4 (1497.2)

Hallucinations believers seeing the morontia Jesus not the victims of, 190:0.3 (2029.3)

Halo of Adam and Eve, 74:6.5 (834.7)

Hamathites historical significance of the descendants of the, 143:4.1 (1612.1)

Hammer(s) of anguish, 23:2.12 (258.11)
     discovery of, a forward step in civilization, 68:5.4 (768.4)
     of suffering, anvil of justice and, 9:1.8 (100.2)

Hammurabi and absorption of the Sumerians by northern Semites, 78:8.10 (876.7)
     burning alive practiced as punishment by, 70:10.14 (796.4)

Han continual progress of civilization of the sons of, 79:8.16 (888.9)
     Empire, in the East, one of two world powers of Jesus’ day, 134:5.1 (1487.8)

Hanavard primary Lanonandek, function of, 45:3.8 (512.8)

Hand human, development of, in Primates, 62:4.4 (707.3)
     washing, Jesus’ nonobservance of, 166:1.2 (1825.4), 167:1.3 (1834.1), 179:3.1 (1938.3)
          Pilate’s ritual of, after condemnation of Jesus, 185:8.2 (1996.6)

Handicaps finite, deliverance of mortals from, 34:6.9 (381.3)
     of time, and space, efforts to overcome, assisted by Solitary Messengers, 37:8.2 (413.5)
     triumph in Jesus of the spirit of love over the, 195:10.2 (2084.2)

Handiwork of Creator Sons, the local universes, 32:0.1 (357.1)
     of divine Sons of infinite Creator, the finite world, 111:6.3 (1222.2)
     God’s, firmament’s showing of, 131:2.2 (1444.2)
          nothing in nature precludes the universe from being looked on as, 101:2.11 (1107.1)
     Jesus’ attitude toward his, 134:9.7 (1495.4)

Handshaking vs. saliva exchange or blood drinking, as seal of friendship, 66:5.22 (748.3)

Hap a form of religious service established by, 66:5.14 (747.4)
     head of the college of revealed religion, 66:5.13 (747.3)
     and his entire band, loyalty of, 67:4.1 (757.4)
     the moral law of, 66:7.8 (751.3)

Happiness achievement of, by a soul, despite guardian seraphim’s difficulties in ministering, 111:7.5 (1223.7)
     an adult’s understanding of how to reap augmented, 140:5.7 (1573.9)
     after death, not found by those who torture the living, 131:3.7 (1447.4)
     association of, with the idea of wealth, 140:5.7 (1573.9)
     augmentation of, by Buddhism, 94:9.6 (1038.4)
          by faith, 159:3.12 (1766.8)
          by a universal language, 81:6.18 (908.7)
     the beatitudes and, 140:5.6 (1573.8), 140:5.16 (1575.1)
     the celestial haven of, mortals to be guided to, 110:1.2 (1203.4)
     a child’s idea of, 140:5.7 (1573.9)
     connection of, to private ownership of property, 69:9.17 (782.4)
     a definition, 70:9.17 (794.12)
     destruction of, by fear and anger, 140:5.6 (1573.8)
     effort and, 48:7.10 (556.10)
     enduring, the result of the new religion described by Ganid, 131:10.6 (1454.3)
     Epicureans’ dedication to the pursuit of, 121:4.2 (1335.11)
     of fellow creatures, divine nonindifference to, human inability to see, 3:2.10 (48.2)
     health and, restoration of, by faith of afflicted seeking Jesus for healing, 149:1.1 (1668.5)
     highest, relation of, to spiritual progress, 100:4.3 (1097.7)
     highways, Jesus’ telling of, to the young man who was afraid, 130:6.2 (1437.2)
     human, contribution of Chinese culture to, 79:8.17 (888.10)
          the goal of, altruistic impulse as a factor leading to, 103:2.7 (1131.6)
               regulation of the problems associated with, 134:6.2 (1490.5)
          strivings for, ideal marriage as a lure to, 83:8.6 (930.2)
     immediate experiencing of, by seekers of spiritual truth, 140:5.7 (1573.9)
     inability of selfish gratification and sensuous satisfaction to confer, 136:6.10 (1519.3)
     increased, sex division of labor a cause of, 84:1.9 (932.6)
     increasing, the experience of the God-certain individual, 159:3.10 (1766.6)
     independence of, from environment, 140:4.10 (1573.1)
     Jesus’ natural scattering of, as he passed by, 171:7.9 (1875.4)
          readiness as an adult to do anything for his widowed mother’s, 129:0.1 (1419.1)
          youthful consideration of his siblings’, 124:4.3 (1371.6)
     John the Baptist preached the kingdom of heaven but hardly entered into, 136:0.1 (1509.1)
     linkage of, with pursuit of worthy goals, 94:8.17 (1037.1)
     and “mourning,” an explanation of, 140:5.16 (1575.1)
     not in abundance of material possessions, in Jesus’ teaching, 140:8.17 (1581.4)
     origin of, in the inner life, 111:4.7 (1220.6)
     the outcome of a good life, 131:3.5 (1447.2)
     parental, pair marriage the best type for, 83:6.8 (928.1)
     personal, realization of, not the main function of marriage, 68:2.9 (765.6)
     and the possession of wealth, 140:5.7 (1573.9), 140:8.17 (1581.4), 165:4.1 (1821.1)
     prayer’s promotion of, 91:6.3 (999.6)
     prerequisites to, 3:5.14 (51.13), 48:7.10 (556.10), 103:5.5 (1134.3)
     pure thinking and virtuous living as related to, 131:3.3 (1446.5)
     pursuit of, on worlds in light and life, 55:5.6 (630.3)
     and recognition of truth, 2:7.6 (42.7)
     relation of, to truth, beauty, goodness, 2:7.11 (43.4)
     relation of sensitivity to, 140:5.16 (1575.1)
     religion’s yielding of, 101:2.8 (1106.7)
     the satisfaction of, pleasure, 3:5.14 (51.13)
     a solitary life fatal to, 111:4.7 (1220.6)
     supernal, of Paradise, attainability of, in Amidist religion, 94:12.3 (1041.1)
     temporal, Adjusters’ delight in contributing to, 110:1.3 (1204.1)
     of the unified mind dedicated to doing the will of the Father, 133:7.12 (1480.4)
     yielded by the tamed mind, 131:3.6 (1447.3)

Happy Adjusters are, when able to assist in struggles of time, 110:3.1 (1205.5)
     all loyal sons of God are, 89:10.6 (985.1)
     apostles instructed by Jesus to say, are the meek, 140:3.5 (1570.6)
          merciful, 140:3.9 (1570.10)
          peacemakers, 140:3.10 (1570.11)
          poor in spirit, 140:3.3 (1570.4)
          pure in heart, 140:3.6 (1570.7)
          they who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, 140:3.11 (1570.12)
               hunger and thirst for righteousness, 140:3.4 (1570.5)
               mourn, 140:3.8 (1570.9)
     are the meek, meaning of, 140:5.11 (1574.4)
          merciful, meaning of, 140:5.17 (1575.2)
          peacemakers, meaning of, 140:5.18 (1575.3)
          poor in spirit, meaning of, 140:5.7 (1573.9)
          pure in heart, meaning of, 140:5.12 (1574.5)
          they who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, meaning of, 140:5.20 (1575.5)
               hunger and thirst for righteousness, meaning of, 140:5.8 (1574.1)
               mourn, meaning of, 140:5.16 (1575.1), 160:2.9 (1776.3)
     Cain’s life in Mesopotamia not, 76:2.8 (849.2)
     community, Nathaniel’s and Thomas’s characterization of the apostles as a, 161:2.3 (1785.3)
     and dependable, John Mark’s life to be, due to early home life, 177:2.4 (1922.2)
     and effective person, motivation of a, 140:4.6 (1572.6)
     ending to the attempt to recruit the young Jesus to the nationalist cause, 127:2.9 (1398.1)
     family, Passover celebration of Annas and Zebedee relations as one, 129:2.8 (1422.5)
     father, in the parable of the prodigal son, 169:1.10 (1852.3)
     and God-revealing life of Jesus, of more importance than his tragic death, 143:5.11 (1614.5)
     -go-lucky character of the gods of Olympus, 98:1.4 (1078.2)
     hunting grounds, climatic change of, to deserts, 80:3.8 (892.2)
          as euphemism for afterlife, rites of initiation into, 80:5.6 (893.8)
     Jesus and Jacob, in their play, 123:1.4 (1357.1)
          made, by the birth of his sister Miriam, 123:2.3 (1357.7)
          seen at Cana wedding as more, than since age of thirteen, 137:3.7 (1528.3)
     Jesus’ statement that he would be, if certain of Simon’s adjustment to coming changes, 181:2.7 (1956.2)
     Joseph and Mary supremely, after returning to their home, 123:1.1 (1356.4)
     laborer, Jesus a, 136:0.1 (1509.1)
     Mary, following the double wedding, for a time, 128:7.10 (1418.2)
          in thinking she had her boy back after Jerusalem visit, 126:0.2 (1386.2)
     marriage, primitives’ efforts to ensure a, 83:4.4 (924.7)
     Mesopotamian seekers, in new truths, after conferring with Jesus at Jericho, 141:8.3 (1595.4)
     more, than others, Simon’s question regarding why some persons are, 149:5.1 (1674.3)
     person, positive motivation of, 140:4.6 (1572.6)
     playmates, two Zebedee brothers as boys, 139:3.5 (1553.1)
     primitive women considered selves fairly, 84:4.11 (936.4)
     and prosperous middle class, absence of, in Roman Empire, 121:1.8 (1333.1)
     results for social evolution, difficulty of obtaining on an isolated sphere, 52:6.2 (597.3)
     supremely, mind, one dedicated to doing the Father’s will, 133:7.12 (1480.4)
          personalities, the hosts of Havona, 48:4.16 (549.3)
     Thomas’s parents not altogether, in married life, 139:8.3 (1561.3)
     throng, behavior of, after Capernaum healing, 145:4.1 (1634.1)
     time had by Jesus and his cousin John, during a childhood visit, 123:3.4 (1359.5)

Haran significance of the city of, 93:5.4 (1019.1)

Harassments of material existence, believers must learn how to escape, 156:5.12 (1739.7)
     mental, victims of, sought and received help from Jesus, 149:2.6 (1671.1)
     of mortal living, constructive technique for meeting the vicissitudes and, 156:5.13 (1739.8)
     petty, of life, the cross and man’s complaints about the, 188:5.10 (2019.3)

Hardship(s) a father’s readiness to share his children’s, 142:7.10 (1604.5)
     grappling with, an inevitability for evolutionary creatures, 3:5.6 (51.5)
     inescapable, the God-conscious mortal’s attitude toward, 156:5.20 (1740.7)
     severest, noncomplaint of men and women at, beholding Jesus on the cross, 188:5.10 (2019.3)
     sustaining hope of spirit-born souls in, 34:6.13 (381.7)

Harem purpose of a, 83:5.15 (927.1)
     Solomon’s large, 97:9.16 (1073.6)

Harlot commerce with, and eating with unwashed hands, 153:3.6 (1713.1)

Harmonics Urantians’ indifferent appreciation of, 44:1.15 (500.6)

Harmonizers of mortal talents, spirit artisans as, 44:8.2 (507.7)

Harmony of associated spirits, celestial musicians’ employment of, 44:1.7 (499.9)
     association and kinship of, with beauty and rhythm, 44:7.2 (507.3)
     definition, 44:1.11 (500.2)
     hunger for, a cosmologic level of thought related to curiosity, 56:10.6 (646.7)
     perfect, between the Adjusters and guardian seraphim, 113:4.5 (1245.5)
     of the physical, mental, and spiritual, 110:6.4 (1209.4)
     the speech of Havona, 44:1.15 (500.6)
     supervisors, 26:3.4 (288.4)
     workers, function of, 44:7.0 (507.2–5)

Harp of God, definition, 47:10.2 (539.4)
     Jesus’, his selling of, 127:4.10 (1402.3)
          tax collector’s threat to confiscate, 126:5.5 (1393.2)
     Jesus’ fondness for playing the, 123:6.5 (1364.8), 126:1.6 (1387.6), 127:4.10 (1402.3)
          playing of the, for neighbors, 126:2.6 (1389.1)
          youthful skill at the, 123:6.5 (1364.8)

Harpoon an Andonite invention, 63:5.6 (715.6)

Harvest fields are white for the, 143:6.1 (1615.2)
     Jesus’ first acquaintance with, 124:1.11 (1367.7)
     plenteous, but the laborers few, 150:4.1 (1681.8), 163:1.3 (1800.5)

Haste harrying, religionists’ seeming freedom from, 102:2.3 (1119.8)

Hate and anger, control of, need for, 131:3.6 (1447.3)
          Pentecost’s influence on man’s ability to challenge, 194:3.12 (2064.4)
     changing love into, 177:4.11 (1926.4)
     the cross the symbol of the triumph of love over, 188:5.6 (2018.5)
     destroyed, not compromised or condoned, by true love, 188:5.2 (2018.1)
     destructive influence of, 140:5.16 (1575.1)
     evils of, to be challenged by love and forbearance, 194:3.12 (2064.4)
     is the shadow of fear, 145:3.4 (1632.3)
     vanquishing of, by benevolence, 131:4.6 (1449.1)

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

Hatred associated with Jesus’ death, the work of evil men, 183:1.2 (1972.1)
     danger of, 140:6.4 (1576.4), 185:6.4 (1995.3)
     of Jesus without a cause, 180:3.2 (1947.1)
     un-Christlike, and persecution, of modern Jews, 175:2.2 (1909.2)

Haughty spirit, precedence of, to a fall, 131:2.6 (1444.6)

Havona
     age of, 115:5.2 (1265.1)
     ascent, reunion of probationary children and their parents in the, 47:2.8 (532.6)
     bestowal, of first-born Creator Son, 7:5.8 (87.2)
     enshroudment of, by dark gravity bodies, 14:1.14 (153.5)
     Eternal Son’s bestowal on, 7:5.7 (87.1), 119:0.2 (1308.2)
     key to, 26:4.15 (290.5)
     Paradise summary of relevant data about, 25:5.3 (281.4)
     possible sometime arrival of outer-spacers in, 14:6.41 (163.3), 55:12.2 (636.3)
     post-Grandfanda, modifications in organization of, 24:7.9 (271.8)
     seven functions of First Source and Center outside, 10:3.9 (111.7)
     space reports of, 15:9.9 (177.8)
     a vital factor this side of, 28:6.10 (315.3)
     watchers over, 12:6.8 (136.6)

Havona—Beings
     angelic specialists of, 26:3.1 (288.1)
     assignment of Universal Censors to, possible reason for, 19:4.2 (217.7)
     beings of, recipients of living treasures from Custodians of Knowledge, 27:5.5 (302.4)
     Census Directors stationed on pilot worlds of, 24:2.3 (267.1)
     citizens, the four supreme goals of, 31:1.5 (346.6)
     creatures, personality-pattern possibilities for Creator Son’s mortal children and spirit beings, 14:6.28 (162.3)
     Finaliters, Corps of, 30:2.136 (337.37), 31:1.5 (346.6), 31:10.6 (353.2)
     God the Supreme existent in, 56:6.2 (641.3)
     harmony supervisors’ field of service, 26:3.4 (288.4)
     headquarters of conjoint corps of Trinitized Sons, 22:8.5 (252.1), 31:7.4 (350.2)
     Infinite Spirit as known in, 8:4.3 (94.5)
     inhabitants, eternal status of existence of, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
          moral status of, 3:5.17 (52.3)
          pattern beings for other universes among, 14:4.18 (157.10)
     mystery enshrouding the spirit person of the Supreme Being, 55:12.5 (636.6)
     natives, contact of, with ascenders and descenders, result, 117:6.14 (1289.7)
          contributions of, to pilgrim spirits, 37:9.8 (414.13)
          diminishing numbers of, in central universe, 19:6.4 (221.6)
          the direct creation of the Paradise Trinity, 19:6.1 (221.3)
          endowments of, indescribable, 19:6.1 (221.3)
          existence of, parallel to other universe levels, 37:9.12 (415.4)
          finaliter corps open to, 19:6.3 (221.5)
          friendship of ascending mortals with, 19:6.2 (221.4)
          identity, 14:4.10 (157.2), 19:6.0 (221.3–222.4), 105:7.2 (1159.2)
          invisibility of, to senses of mortals, 14:2.4 (154.6)
          membership of, in finaliter companies, proportion of, 31:3.1 (347.4)
          never guilty of transgressing the will of Deity, 14:2.9 (155.3)
          noncreated origin of, 14:4.10 (157.2)
          number of, beyond human conception, 19:6.1 (221.3)
          possible experiential acquisitions of, 19:6.3 (221.5)
          as reversion directors, 48:4.9 (548.4)
          sensation stimuli of, number of, 14:2.3 (154.5)
          Solitary Messengers’ special relations with, 23:2.14 (258.13)
          status evolution of, speculation regarding, 19:6.4 (221.6)
          teaching function of, 31:1.1 (346.2)
          Trinity-origin beings, 19:0.7 (214.7)
          zone of residence of, when dwelling on Paradise, 11:3.3 (120.6)
     Original Mother Son’s bestowal made real to creatures of, 7:5.9 (87.3)
     personalities, vs. mortals in acquirement of righteousness, 3:5.16 (52.2)
     personnel of, undergoing reorganization related to outer space levels, 23:4.5 (263.1)
     power centers, 29:2.12 (321.4)
     presence of the Supreme and the Ultimate in, 106:4.3 (1166.6)
     Servitals, advantages to, of superuniverse service, 24:7.1 (270.8), 25:1.7 (274.4)
          creation of, 25:1.2 (273.11)
          fourth creatures of the, 38:7.6 (422.6), 44:0.17 (498.8)
     teachers, Trinitized Ambassadors selected by their, 22:6.2 (248.7)
     teachers in Nebadon college of life planning, 36:2.10 (397.10)
     volunteers for finaliter corps, registry for, 31:1.1 (346.2)

Havona—Characteristics
     an actuality of Paradise patterns, 11:9.5 (127.3)
     age, absence of evolutionary change during, 106:0.18 (1163.12)
     balance and stability of, 14:1.15 (153.6), 14:2.9 (155.3)
     character of perfection of, (83.5) 7:2.2, 7:2.2 (1268.2), 7:2.2 (83.5)
     constitution of, 14:2.0 (154.3–155.3)
     a description, 14:0.0 (152.1–2)
     eternal but not changeless, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
     an existential entity, 116:0.3 (1268.3)
     location of, (360.3) 32:3.1, 32:3.1 (152.1), 32:3.1 (360.3)
     mass content of, compared to that of grand universe, 12:1.10 (129.8)
     material and energies of, 14:2.3 (154.5)
     mind, character of, 42:10.7 (481.4)
     never-beginning and never-ending, 0:0.5 (1.5)
     not finite nor yet absolute, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
     not a time creation but an eternal existence, 12:1.10 (129.8)
     not a transcendental, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
     Paradise the center of, 12:4.1 (133.3), 14:1.10 (153.1)
     perfect balance of energy states in, 7:2.2 (83.5)
     perfection of, possibility of disharmony precluded by, 10:6.17 (115.1)
     perfection of energy control in, 29:2.12 (321.4)
     a perfection-limited creation, 118:0.13 (1294.13)
     a perfectly settled creation, 32:3.1 (360.3)
     physical phenomena of, many unknown on Urantia, 14:2.5 (154.7)
     of previous and present universe ages, differences, 19:6.8 (222.4)
     size of, 14:0.1 (152.1)
     space separation of, from superuniverses, 41:0.2 (455.2)
     spiritual illumination of, by worlds of the Son, 13:0.4 (143.4)
     and spiritualizing influences of Third Person of Deity, 13:0.5 (143.5)
     spiritually perfect and physically stable, 14:2.9 (155.3)
     stabilization of, eternal, 15:8.10 (176.5)
     a threefold creation, 14:2.2 (154.4)
     threefold energies of, 14:2.2 (154.4)
          light of, source, 13:3.1 (149.4)
     time delay of destiny not genetically found in, 106:1.1 (1163.14)
     time on, 14:1.11 (153.2)
     uniqueness of worlds of, 14:5.6 (159.2)
     a wholly created and perfect universe, 14:0.2 (152.2)

Havona—Definitions and Identity
     the central universe of, 14:0.0 (152.1–2)
     definition, 0:0.5 (1.5), 14:6.27 (162.2), 32:3.1 (360.3)
     energy, definition, 42:2.16 (470.7)
          difference between superuniverse energy and, 29:2.14 (321.6), 42:2.16 (470.7)
     Father, definition, 1:1.5 (23.2), 51:6.13 (587.11)
     the first space level of the master universe, 12:1.4 (129.2)
     the sixth heaven of the wise men’s vision, 48:6.23 (553.4)
     universe, Paradise not a part of, 11:9.2 (126.7)

Havona—Functions and Purposes
     appearance of, the true beginnings of reality from the finite viewpoint, 105:2.7 (1154.6)
     a buffer between absolute Paradise and finite creations, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
     creatures, personality-pattern possibilities for Creator Son’s mortal children and spirit beings, 14:6.28 (162.3)
     existence of God the Supreme as a person in, 0:7.7 (11.1), 56:6.2 (641.3), 106:1.1 (1163.14)
     function of, as regards the Supreme Being, 14:6.23 (161.10)
     the future finishing school for outer-spacers, 14:6.41 (163.3)
     the haven of evolutionary spirits, 30:4.26 (343.1)
     a pattern creation, (54.2) 4:0.2, (160.9) 14:6.8, (1263.1) 115:3.14, 4:0.2 (157.10), 4:0.2 (54.2), 14:6.8 (160.9), 115:3.14 (1263.1)
     the portal to Paradise, 14:6.38 (162.13)
     possible future purposes of, 14:6.41 (163.3)
     the purpose of, 14:6.0 (160.2–163.3)
     purpose in creating, 4:0.2 (54.2)
     satisfaction of the Creators the primary purpose for, 4:0.2 (54.2)
     source of universal overcontrol, 14:6.29 (162.4)
     training of Creator Sons, 21:2.1 (235.4)
          of Perfectors of Wisdom, 19:2.2 (215.11)
          of Recents of Days, 18:5.1 (211.6)
          of Trinitized Sons of Selection, 22:1.11 (244.2)
     universe, function of, as regards the Infinite Spirit, 14:6.17 (161.4)
     unrevealed purposes of, 14:6.5 (160.6)
     the workshop and playground of the finaliters, 14:6.39 (163.1)

Havona—Life
     administration of, 14:3.1–3 (155.4–6)
     broadcasts of, 26:9.4 (295.2)
     construction, embellishment, and appointments of worlds of, 14:3.6–8 (156.3–5)
     decay and death unknown on worlds of, 14:4.9 (157.1)
     glories of, must be seen to be appreciated, 30:4.30 (343.5)
     graph methods, comparison of, with Urantia techniques, 26:3.8 (289.1), 27:6.4 (303.2)
     harmony the keynote of, 27:4.2 (301.3)
          the speech of, 44:1.15 (500.6)
     life in, 14:5.0 (158.4–160.1)
     literal files of, 26:3.5 (288.5)
     matter and spirit in harmony in, 116:6.7 (1275.7)
     melodies of, result of perfected spiritual thoughts, 44:1.8 (499.10)
     range of activities of, 14:6.5 (160.6)
     realities would be nondetectable by senses of Urantia mortals, 14:2.4 (154.6)
     social and economic activities of, vs. evolutionary worlds, 14:5.2 (158.5)
     technique of Havona thought, vs. Urantia thinking process, 14:5.2 (158.5)
     time reckoning on worlds of, 14:1.11 (153.2)
     transcendent character of life in, 14:5.2 (158.5)

Havona—Origin
     appearance of, concomitant with that of Infinite Spirit, 0:3.22 (6.2), 104:4.13 (1148.12), 105:2.7 (1154.6)
     eternalization of, simultaneously with Infinite Spirit’s existence, 8:1.8 (91.5)
     eternity-appearance of, 17:2.5 (200.3), 105:2.7 (1154.6)
     an existential universe, 32:3.1 (360.3)
     flashing into existence of the one billion perfect spheres of, 8:1.4 (91.1)
     level of Master Architects, function of members of the, 31:9.4 (351.5)
     made directly by the thought of the Father and the word of the Son, 32:3.1 (360.3)
     a never-beginning and never-ending universe, 12:1.10 (129.8)
     nonexistence of records of any event prior to the creation of, 8:1.9 (91.6)
     original (eternal) creation of, 26:2.6 (287.5)
     the planning of, 31:9.4 (351.5)
     projected by God with the Son and in the Spirit, 54:2.1 (614.6)
     story of creation of, an attempt to time-space an eternity fact, 14:4.10 (157.2)
     thought and function resulting in the creation of, 0:11.1 (13.6)

Havona—Pilgrims
     Adjuster’s presence with man in, 40:7.3 (449.1)
     arrival, formalities of, 30:4.28 (343.3)
     ascenders, functions of Pilgrim Helpers in assisting, 26:5.0 (291.1–291.6)
     ascending Material Sons’ start on journey to, 40:2.2 (444.2)
     career, completion of, and equalization of personal experiential attainment, 44:8.5 (508.3)
          pilgrim’s first act of the, 30:4.28 (343.3)
     circles, mortal ascenders’ beginning of, and seraphic associates’ activities, 39:8.8 (441.2)
     comprehension of Trinity reality, effect of, on pilgrims, 16:3.18 (188.6)
     contemporaries of Grandfanda, among senior Mighty Messengers, 22:2.4 (245.4)
     definite tasks for ascenders on worlds of, 14:5.1 (158.4)
     domiciling of ascenders on the circuits of, 14:5.4 (158.7)
     an experience of mortal progress through, 6:8.7 (80.4)
     flight, seraphic accompaniment of mortals to the point of the, 113:7.4 (1248.4)
     Grandfanda the pilgrim discoverer of, 24:6.8 (270.6)
     inner circle of, and ascenders’ last rest of sleep, 27:1.1 (299.1), 39:2.10 (430.6)
     instruction, personal, 24:6.1 (269.5), 30:4.27 (343.2)
     long journey from Uversa to, 39:2.9 (430.5)
     midway creatures’ passage through, on Paradise ascent, 31:6.1 (349.4)
     mortal ascenders’ attainments in, 14:5.1 (158.4)
     mortals’ attainment of, piloted by supernaphim, 26:4.10 (289.13)
     to Paradise transition, unconsciousness a feature of, 48:2.18 (544.1)
     pilgrim receiving planet of, 26:4.12 (290.2)
     pilgrims advised and directed by Seventh Master Spirit, 16:3.14 (188.2)
          sin unknown among, 14:2.9 (155.3)
          the sixth stage of the ascendant career, 30:4.26 (343.1)
     portals of, mortal ascenders piloted to, by angels, 39:8.7 (441.1)
     preparation of ascenders for, and Uversa satellites, 15:13.3 (181.3)
          of pilgrims of time for flight to, 15:7.10 (175.1)
     problems, pilgrims’ contact with, 26:4.13 (290.3)
     seven circuits of, piloting of pilgrims of time through the, 24:6.3 (270.1)
     Son fusers’ traversal of, 40:10.10 (453.5)
     test, the, significance of, 26:10.3 (295.5)
     training courses, uniformity of, for all ascendant pilgrims, 26:5.4 (291.4)
     transport, of Uversa graduates, 28:7.1 (317.4)
     traversal of, by seraphim and midway creatures, 22:1.11 (244.2), 22:5.2 (248.1)

Havona—Worlds and Circuits
     attainment, seven circuits of, 7:5.9 (87.3)
     the billion perfect worlds of, 3:5.15 (52.1), 8:1.4 (91.1), 12:1.10 (129.8), 31:9.4 (351.5)
     circuit(s), arrangement of, 14:1.9 (152.11), 17:1.1 (198.1)
          clockwise movement of, 14:1.3 (152.5)
          the fifth, 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.8 (289.1), 26:7.1 (292.5)
          the first, 14:1.12 (153.3), 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.1 (288.1), 26:3.4 (288.4), 26:5.1 (291.1), 26:11.6 (297.3)
          the fourth, 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.7 (288.7), 26:5.1 (291.1), 26:7.6 (293.4), 26:8.1 (293.5)
          messengers of, 23:2.4 (258.3)
          outer, and ascending mortals’ comprehension of the Supreme, 56:6.4 (641.5)
               pilot world of, personality and power unification taking place on, 56:6.2 (641.3)
          part of functional domain of seven Supreme Spirit groups, 17:0.10 (197.10)
          passage through all seven, a requirement, 26:3.2 (288.2)
               and ascending mortals’ comprehension of the Supreme, 56:6.4 (641.5)
          pilot worlds of the, headquarters of supreme supervisors, 24:1.7 (265.7)
               location of the schools of the seven circles, 25:4.14 (280.2)
               stationing of the seven supreme supervisors on, 24:1.7 (265.7)
          progress of pilgrims of time through the, 7:7.5 (89.4)
          the second, 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.5 (288.5), 26:10.1 (295.3), 26:10.3 (295.5), 26:10.7 (296.3), 28:5.19 (313.1)
          Seven Spirits of, 14:1.9 (152.11), 17:0.11 (197.11), 26:2.6 (287.5)
          the seventh, 14:3.4 (156.1), 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.1 (288.1), 26:3.10 (289.3), 26:4.12 (290.2), 26:5.2 (291.2)
          the sixth, 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.9 (289.2), 26:6.1 (292.1), 31:3.4 (348.1)
          the third, 14:5.4 (158.7), 26:3.6 (288.6), 26:9.1 (294.5)
          training courses of Graduate Guides on the, 25:1.5 (274.2)
          variation in, 14:1.9 (152.11)
     educational spheres of, number, 16:5.5 (191.3)
     number of worlds in, 24:0.10 (264.10)
     planets, velocity of, 14:1.12 (153.3)
     seven circuits of, arrangement of a billion worlds into the, 14:1.9 (152.11)
          bestowal of Eternal Son on the, character and purpose of, 7:5.5 (86.6)
               Infinite Spirit’s participation in, 8:4.3 (94.5)
               made real to creatures by the original Michael, 7:5.9 (87.3)
               and the Paradise Sons’ attribute of bestowal, 119:0.2 (1308.2)
               time of, 119:0.2 (1308.2)
          character of ascenders’ attainment on, 14:5.1 (158.4)
          clockwise processional of, 14:1.3 (152.5)
          divine glory of Paradise shed on the, 13:0.3 (143.3)
          experience of the first-born Michael on the, 7:5.8 (87.2), 21:0.4 (234.4)
               of time-space pilgrims on the, shared by Eternal Mother Son, 7:5.9 (87.3)
          function of primary supernaphim on the, 27:5.5 (302.4)
               of secondary supernaphim on the, 26:2.4 (287.3), 26:4.1 (289.4)
               of Seven Spirits of the Circuits in relation to, 17:5.1 (202.4), 26:2.6 (287.5)
               of tertiary supernaphim on the, 26:3.1 (288.1)
          maintenance of all spheres of, vs. current utilization of planetary capacity, 14:3.5 (156.2)
          modified Son-fused survivors to be found on the, 40:10.10 (453.5)
          part of the ten concentric stabilized units around Paradise, 14:1.10 (153.1)
          relation of Graduate Guides to pilgrims of time on the, 24:6.3 (270.1)
               of Havona Servitals to ascending souls on the, 25:1.5 (274.2)
          schools of the seven circles located on the pilot worlds of the, 25:4.14 (280.2)
          traversal of, with its fused soul of earthly origin, a goal of the Adjuster, 112:7.9 (1238.4)
     sixth circle of, achievement of ascenders on, 26:6.2 (292.2), 31:3.4 (348.1)
     spheres, basic life groups and subdivisions of, in, 14:4.1 (156.6)
          beauty and grandeur of, 14:3.7 (156.4)
          Eternals of Days’ individual development of, 18:2.3 (209.1)
          individuality of, 14:5.6 (159.2)
          planetary construction of, 14:3.6 (156.3)
          rulers of, 18:2.1 (208.6)
          tree of life native to, 73:6.3 (825.8)
     worlds, about, 14:3.0 (155.4–156.5)
          administration of, by Eternals of Days, 15:2.9 (166.8), 17:5.2 (202.5)
          arrangement of, 14:1.9 (152.11)
          creation of, 8:1.7 (91.4)
          life on, character of, 14:5.2 (158.4)
     see also Central, universe

Havonal activities, 14:5.0 (158.4–160.1), 14:6.2 (160.3)

Havoners future, eternity-destiny of, unrevealed, 19:6.3 (221.5)
     as “material” creatures, 14:4.11 (157.3)
     and Paradise Citizens, results of trinitization by, 22:7.13 (251.3)

Head of John the Baptist on a platter, 135:12.6 (1508.6)
     size, of Primates twins, 62:4.1 (706.5)
     wife, prerogatives of, in polygamy and plural marriages, 83:5.10 (926.8)

Head-hunter provision by the, of a scapeman for himself, 89:0.1 (974.1)

Head-hunting functions of, 82:3.5 (916.1), 86:5.15 (955.3), 87:2.8 (960.2), 88:1.8 (968.3)

Headquarters city, Prince’s, characteristics of, 50:4.2 (575.3)
     of Onagar, location of, 63:6.7 (716.6)
     sphere, Life Carrier, activities on, 36:2.12 (397.12)
     superuniverse headquarters spheres, as power-energy regulators, 15:8.1 (175.4)
     worlds, beings at home on, 15:7.4 (174.4)
          of the constellations and systems, when created, 32:2.3 (358.5)
          increasing grandeur of, from Jerusem to Central Isle, 15:7.3 (174.3)
          of superuniverses, time of construction of, 15:0.2 (164.2)

Healer Jesus’ fame as a, extent of, 149:1.1 (1668.5)
          insistence that he not be referred to as a, 146:4.6 (1644.2)
          reputation as a, basis for his fame, 149:2.6 (1671.1)
               height of, 152:1.3 (1699.3)

Healing of Amos the lunatic, 151:6.0 (1695.4–1697.1)
     belief in, by religious ceremonies, 86:3.3 (952.5)
     at Bethsaida, relation of, to advancement of the kingdom, 145:3.14 (1633.5)
     the blind beggar, 164:3.0 (1811.2–1813.3)
     Capernaum sundown, fame of, 145:3.12 (1633.3)
     of a double affliction of James of Safed’s son, 158:4.2 (1755.8)
     of the dropsical man, 167:1.4 (1834.2)
     by the Father, purpose, 167:1.5 (1834.3)
     Jesus’ spontaneous, three influences in, 149:1.4 (1669.3)
     of the leper at Iron, 146:4.3 (1643.4)
     of the nations, and leaves of the tree of life, 73:6.1 (825.6)
     of Norana’s daughter, 156:1.0 (1734.3–1735.4)
     the paralytic, 148:9.0 (1666.5–1667.2)
     phenomena, of Jesus, conditions necessary to repetition of, 152:1.5 (1700.1)
     on the Sabbath, Jesus’ query about, 167:1.4 (1834.2)
     supernatural, no miracles of, known to have occurred at Elman’s infirmary, 148:2.1 (1658.4)
     supposed, of Jairus’s daughter, Jesus’ explanation, 152:1.2 (1699.2)
     for their bodies, seekers for, 145:5.6 (1635.5), 147:2.2 (1648.4)
     the woman with the spirit of infirmity, 167:3.0 (1835.5–1836.5)

Health and care of the body, Garden schools’ instruction in, 74:7.4 (835.7)
     of the child Jesus, during the sojourn at Alexandria, 123:0.3 (1355.3)
          on return to Nazareth, 123:1.2 (1356.5)
     and efficiency, religion and solution of the problems of, 160:4.9 (1779.1)
     good physical, an essential of temporal life, 160:4.3 (1778.6)
     ideas of, of the people of Jesus’ time, 121:7.12 (1341.1)
     industrial and governmental attitude toward, in the continental nation, 72:7.2 (815.2)
     man’s understanding of, 100:4.3 (1097.7)
     not the smile of heaven, 166:4.10 (1831.1)
     a phase of the Sethite priesthood’s work, 76:3.5 (850.1)
     prayer’s influence on, 91:6.2 (999.5)
     relation of, to truth, beauty, goodness, 2:7.11 (43.4)
     and religious experience, 91:7.6 (1000.7)
     a result of the unification of physical systems, 100:4.3 (1097.7)
     and sanitation, Garden laws of, 74:7.13 (836.2)
     and vigor, of ancient peoples, 81:1.8 (901.3)
     Zoroaster’s god of, 95:6.2 (1049.5)

Hearing human, extension of, during ages of light and life, 55:6.3 (630.6)
     mortal, limitations of, 44:1.1 (499.3)

Heart(s) of Counsel, assignment of, to Divine Counselors, 28:5.4 (310.6)
          function of, 28:5.15 (312.2)
     new, Ezekiel’s reference to God’s promise to man of a, 145:2.7 (1630.3)
     Peter’s faults not of the, 139:2.6 (1551.2)
     searchers, Sanctities of Service as, 28:6.19 (316.6)

Heat absence of seasons of, on Jerusem, 46:1.4 (519.5)
     a definition, 42:4.5 (473.3)
     effectiveness of, to relieve pain, 90:4.6 (991.5)
     function of, 15:8.10 (176.5)
     gravity stability as affected by, 42:4.8 (473.6)
     internal, of Urantia, augmentation of, 57:7.3 (659.2)
     relation of, to light, electricity, magnetism, chemism, energy, and matter, 42:4.1 (472.12)
     relationship of, to gravity, 41:9.4 (465.4)

Heathen difference in attitude of Jesus and the Jews toward the, 121:7.2 (1339.7)
     religion of, vs. religion of Jesus, 143:1.2 (1607.4)
     so-called, Jesus to receive with open arms, 155:1.2 (1725.3)
          understanding of the Master’s teachings by, 156:2.4 (1736.1)

Heating of architectural worlds, 15:7.1 (174.1), 29:3.9 (323.7)
     of Havona spheres, 14:3.7 (156.4)

Heaven(s) -appointed things, freedom from error of, 131:9.2 (1452.6)
     delights of, prerequisites to a mortal’s enjoyment of, 131:3.7 (1447.4)
     on earth, how present-day Urantians would describe planets of light and life, 55:3.1 (624.7)
     the first, Jerusem as, 47:10.2 (539.4)
          the mansion worlds as, 48:6.23 (553.4)
     God’s glory revealed in the, 131:2.2 (1444.2)
     of heavens, 1:0.1 (21.1), 2:1.1 (33.4), 48:6.23 (553.4), 178:3.4 (1934.6), 181:1.2 (1953.4)
     and hell, origin of idea of, 86:4.7 (953.6)
     marriage not made in, 83:1.4 (922.7)
     the seven, 48:6.23 (553.4)
     the third, of the apostle, 48:6.23 (553.4)
     Urantia idea of, exceeded by planetary era of light and life, 52:7.16 (600.5)
          and seven mansion worlds, 15:7.5 (174.5)
     of the Urantia prophets, first mansion world the, 48:6.23 (553.4)

Heavenly bodies, belief regarding their relation to terrestrial events, 85:5.0 (947.4–6), 90:2.7 (988.3)
     country, apostles citizens of, 140:3.1 (1570.2)
     courts, soul’s chance of mercy before the, 133:4.12 (1475.5)
     family, the earthly family an illustration of the, 142:7.4 (1603.5)
          vs. kingdom, 170:2.12 (1860.7)
     Father, Jesus’ dedication to the revelation of the, 125:5.10 (1383.3), 127:1.7 (1396.4), 129:3.5 (1423.7), 136:9.6 (1522.5)
          Jesus’ portrayal of the love and mercy of a, 188:4.4 (2016.9)
               prayer attitude toward his, 123:3.6 (1360.1)
               submission of his sovereign will to that of his, 136:4.9 (1515.3)
          vs. king, 170:2.12 (1860.7)
          not a divided personality, 2:6.6 (41.4)
          not an indulgent parent, 147:5.9 (1653.3)
          omniscience of, 142:2.3 (1597.3)
          to religion, God is a, 1:6.2 (30.1)
     helpers, vs. earthly helpers, 108:5.5 (1191.6)
     kingdom, believers’ inference as to Jesus’ return to consummate the, 176:2.1 (1914.2), 196:2.5 (2092.3)
          citizens of the, children of earth as, 140:8.25 (1582.6)
     reproducers, a major division of celestial artisans, 44:0.7 (497.7), 44:2.0 (500.7–501.10)

Hebraic faith, taboo on pork by the, 89:1.5 (975.2)
     system, one of the sources of Christianity, 98:7.5 (1084.4)

Hebrew(s) and the adoption ceremony, 70:3.8 (787.8)
     advanced social standards of the, 69:8.4 (779.3)
     advantages of, as the bestowal race, 122:0.2 (1344.2)
     affairs, post-exilic, priests’ destruction of the records of, 97:8.1 (1070.4)
     basis of religion of the, 5:4.6 (67.4)
     beginning of writing by the, time of, 74:8.9 (838.1)
     belief(s) of, in God’s speaking to them in dreams, 86:5.11 (954.10)
          regarding destiny of the soul, 86:4.8 (953.7)
               their religion and others’, 92:6.14 (1011.12)
     vs. Canaanites, 97:3.5 (1065.2)
     code of ethics of, for dealing with gentiles, 70:11.2 (796.8)
     concept of God, 5:4.11 (67.9), 43:3.4 (488.6)
     early, attitude of, toward women, 84:5.6 (937.3)
          worship of serpents by, 85:3.3 (946.5)
     early knowledge of the Trinity among the, 104:1.8 (1144.5)
     great monotheists, 104:1.9 (1144.6)
     of the Hebrews, Joseph and Paul described as a, 121:1.2 (1332.3), 122:1.1 (1344.4)
     Jesus’ familiarity with, 123:2.14 (1358.11), 123:5.1 (1362.2)
     lack of written language of, at the time of the exodus, 96:5.2 (1057.7)
     morality, a component of advancing Western theology, 121:7.6 (1340.4)
          influence of, on Christianity, 98:2.8 (1079.5)
     Moses the supreme teacher of the, 74:8.8 (837.7)
     a name for certain tribes of Semites, 96:2.3 (1055.1)
     narratives, unreliability of some, 93:9.8 (1023.5)
     nation, beginning of the end of the, 175:3.2 (1910.1)
          destruction of, during the Babylonian captivity, 97:7.1 (1068.1)
          division of, into two kingdoms, 97:2.1 (1064.2)
          a union of the so-called Israelites and the Canaanites, 97:9.1 (1071.6)
     national life of, time of beginning, 95:5.15 (1049.3)
     navy, Solomon’s creation of, 97:9.16 (1073.6)
     patriarchs, as herdsmen, 84:3.2 (934.1)
     philosophy, Amenemope’s influence on, 95:4.2 (1046.3)
     priests, attitude of, toward Melchizedek traditions, 93:9.6 (1023.3)
          hostility of, toward the second Isaiah, 97:7.4 (1068.4)
     prophets’ concept of God, 2:6.4 (41.2), 156:5.4 (1738.3)
     religion, about, 97:10.0 (1075.6–1076.5), 121:6.0 (1338.4–1339.5)
          Egyptian moral teachings’ influence on the, 96:0.3 (1052.3)
          as evolutionary link, 92:6.17 (1011.15)
          influence on, by Babylonian theology, 96:0.3 (1052.3)
          influenced by Iranian conceptions of good and evil, 96:0.3 (1052.3)
          role of, in transmitting morality and philosophy from Levant to Occident, 96:0.3 (1052.3)
          sacred scriptures of, some writings incorporated in, 74:8.12 (838.4)
          survival of the, 92:6.4 (1011.2), 97:10.5 (1076.2)
     retrogression of the, under the leadership of their sheiks and priests, 96:7.1 (1060.1)
     sacrament rite of the, in Passover ceremonies, 89:9.2 (984.1)
     scriptures, contents of, 123:3.1 (1359.2)
          Jesus’ and his apostles’ study of the, 136:9.8 (1522.7), 137:7.14 (1535.6)
               quotation from, regarding man’s attitude toward God, 146:2.5 (1638.5)
          misapplication of, to mission of Jesus, 122:4.4 (1347.6)
          Nathaniel’s query concerning the authority of the, 159:4.1 (1767.3)
          presentation to Jesus of Greek translation of, 123:0.3 (1355.3)
          translation into Greek of, 130:3.4 (1432.4), 195:2.7 (2073.2)
     the ten injunctions of the, as taboos, 89:1.4 (975.1)
     theology, Christianity’s absorption of, 97:10.6 (1076.3), 130:3.9 (1433.4), 195:0.7 (2070.3), 195:10.18 (2086.4)
          influence of, on Mohammedanism, 97:10.6 (1076.3)
          as influenced by theories of Plato, 146:1.3 (1637.5)
          refusal of, to expand, 97:10.6 (1076.3)
     thought and culture, Nazareth as a liberal center of, 123:5.10 (1363.3)
     worship of El Shaddai by the, origin, 96:1.5 (1053.3), 142:3.5 (1598.6)
     Yahweh, worship of, in Arabia, 95:7.2 (1050.7)

Hebron Abraham’s abandonment of, 93:9.2 (1022.5)
          establishment of a military capital at, 93:5.13 (1020.2)
     headquarters of John’s apostles, 150:0.1 (1678.1), 159:6.4 (1771.5)
     Jesus’ visit to, 134:7.5 (1492.5), 142:8.1 (1605.3)
     John the Baptist’s periodic journeys to, purpose, 135:3.1 (1497.7)
     military confederation, 93:5.14 (1020.3)
     synagogue, fire destruction of, 154:2.1 (1718.2)

Heidelberg race, appearance of, in Europe, 64:2.3 (719.6)

Height of Adam and Eve, 74:1.1 (828.2)
     of Material Sons, 51:1.3 (580.6)
     of planetary mortal types, variation in, 49:2.20 (562.4)
     of Primates twins, 62:4.1 (706.5)

Heldua evangelistic teaching in, 156:3.1 (1736.6)

Helium atoms, transmutation of hydrogen particles into, 41:8.1 (464.3)

Hell(s) Egyptian concept of, 95:2.9 (1045.2)
     Jewish traditions of, derivation of, 95:6.6 (1050.2)
     primitive man’s ideas about, 86:4.7 (953.6), 89:2.4 (976.1)
     threefold ruin of, in Hinduism, 131:4.7 (1449.2)
     Yahweh and, according to Amos, 97:4.3 (1065.6)

Hellenic Greeks, no centralized worship system developed by the, 98:6.1 (1083.1)
     religious philosophy, influence of Amenemope’s teachings on, 95:4.3 (1046.4)

Hellenistic Empire, incapability of endurance of, 195:1.8 (2072.1)
     school of Jewish thought, adoption of in the West, 121:6.1 (1338.4)
          vs. Babylonian school, 122:5.11 (1349.7), 128:5.3 (1414.1)

Hellenists in Jerusalem, conversion of, 194:4.11 (2068.1)

Hellenization of Christianity, 195:1.0 (2071.1–2072.4), 195:4.4 (2075.2)

Hemorrhage healing of the woman with a, 152:0.2 (1698.2)

Henotheism the Hebrews’ passage through, 96:1.14 (1054.4)

Henotheistic exaltation of one god above many, significance, 104:2.1 (1145.2)

Henselon losses of Sons to rebellion in, comparison to those of Nebadon, 35:9.8 (393.8)
     Nebadon a neighbor of, 32:2.12 (360.1)

Herald(s) advance, of the Messiah, John the Baptist to be the, 135:3.3 (1498.2)
     of the Master’s resurrection, David’s messengers’ last mission as, 190:1.0 (2029.6–2031.4), 191:0.3 (2037.3), 191:6.4 (2044.5)

Herbivorous animal vestiges, exhibition of, by blended human stocks, 52:3.8 (593.7)

Herd instinct, growth of, and functioning of spirit of counsel, 62:6.3 (709.4)
     in natural man, insufficient to account for present social organization, 68:2.4 (765.1)

Herder(s) Abel’s choice of the career of a, 76:2.1 (848.1)
     -agriculturist, vs. trader-industrialist, and social classes, 70:8.7 (792.11)
     attitude of, toward chance and luck, 86:1.5 (951.1)
     change of races of Europe from open-space hunters to, cause of, 80:3.8 (892.2)
     the first capitalists, 69:8.5 (779.4)
     and hunter stage, Adamic regime’s role in transition from, to agriculture stage, 52:3.3 (593.2)
     man’s transformation to, from a hunter, the task of the age of the Planetary Prince, 66:3.2 (743.3)
     practice of, as to war captives, 69:8.4 (779.3)
     and tillers of the soil, relations between, 68:5.11 (769.3)

Herdsmen mores of, regarding women, 84:3.2 (934.1)

Hereafter Onagar’s concept of, 63:6.7 (716.6)

Hereditary character of animal nature, vs. nontransmissibility of sin, 188:4.5 (2016.10)
     factors, in Jesus’ make-up, 122:1.0 (1344.4–1345.2), 136:8.7 (1521.2)
     handicap, a hindrance to Adjuster fusion, 45:7.1 (517.3)
          in normal minds, nonprevention of eventual spiritual achievement by any, 109:5.5 (1199.6)

Heredity character as related to, 76:2.6 (848.6)
     human, morontia career compensation for handicaps of, 44:8.3 (508.1)
     influence of, on rate of personality conquest, vs. eventual destiny, 109:5.5 (1199.6)
     varying endowments of, one factor in differing life performances, 133:7.11 (1480.3)

Herod Agrippa responsibility of, for death of James, 139:3.8 (1553.4)

Herod Antipas adverse decision of, concerning Joseph’s accumulated salary, 126:5.11 (1393.8)
     agreement of, for Jesus’ seizure and transfer to Jerusalem, 154:0.1 (1717.1)
     attitude of, toward Jesus, 154:0.2 (1717.2)
     -built temple, Jesus’ aversion to the, 127:6.5 (1404.4)
     decisions of, as to disposition of Jesus, 154:3.1 (1719.2), 171:4.5 (1872.2)
     decree of, regarding Jesus’ freedom outside Galilee, 156:6.8 (1741.8)
     John the Baptist’s attack upon, 135:10.2 (1506.4)
          continued imprisonment by, reasons for, 135:12.2 (1508.2), 144:0.2 (1617.2)
          execution ordered by, 144:9.1 (1627.6)
          imprisonment ordered by, 135:10.3 (1506.5)
     period of Galilean rule of, 121:2.11 (1334.5)
     promise of, to Herodias’s daughter, reason, 135:12.6 (1508.6)
     reaction of, to Jesus’ work, 147:0.2 (1647.2)
          to resurrection of Lazarus, 171:4.5 (1872.2)
     refusal of, to arrest Jesus, when initially urged, 154:0.1 (1717.1)
          to take action against Jesus, 148:7.3 (1665.2), 154:0.2 (1717.2)
     residences of, 135:12.1 (1508.1)
     sending of spies to observe Jesus by, 137:7.4 (1534.3)

Herod the Idumean (the Great) acts of, concerning the infant Jesus, 122:10.0 (1353.28–1354.3)
     consultation of, with the priests of Ur, 122:10.1 (1353.28)
     date of death of, 121:2.11 (1334.5), 123:0.3 (1355.3)
     and the Jewish census, 122:7.1 (1350.3)
     onetime ruler of Judea, 121:2.9 (1334.3)

Herodians a definition, 137:7.10 (1535.2)
     union of, with Pharisees and Sadducees to discredit Jesus, 174:2.1 (1899.1)

Herodias hatred of, for John the Baptist, 135:12.2 (1508.2)
     identity of, 135:12.2 (1508.2)

Hero(es) ancient race of, folk tales concerning begetting of, 77:2.3 (856.6)
     Barabbas vs. Jesus as, in the eyes of the penitent brigand, 187:4.5 (2009.4)
     bones of, continuing reverence for, 88:2.1 (968.6)
          preservation of, by the Latin peoples, 98:3.4 (1080.6)
     of the Caligastia secession, Van and Amadon, 74:2.1 (829.3)
     choice of, need of children for wise help in, 140:5.14 (1574.7)
     in crisis, woman not a, 84:3.3 (934.2)
     ghost, Thor an example of a, 85:6.4 (948.4)
     the human, of the rebellion, Amadon, 67:3.8 (757.1), 67:8.0 (761.8–762.4)
     influence of, on man, 92:7.12 (1013.7)
     Jesus as a, 92:7.12 (1013.7), 185:5.5 (1993.5), 187:4.5 (2009.4)
     of the northern white tribes in the final Somme battle, Thor, 80:5.4 (893.6)
     spiritual, of the coming kingdom, Jesus’ plea to his followers to become, 155:6.7 (1731.5)
     -venerating nationalistic religion, character of, in modern times, 92:6.20 (1012.1)

Hertzian waves, definition, 42:5.12 (475.8)

Heshbon Jesus’ appearance at, 159:0.2 (1762.2), 171:1.2 (1868.4), 171:3.2 (1870.5)
     the seventy’s labors in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Hestia identity of, 98:3.3 (1080.5)

Hesunanin Onamonalonton expected return of, 92:5.6 (1008.8)
     see also Onamonalonton

Hibernation moral, Christianity’s experience with, 195:4.4 (2075.2)

Hiding of the apostles and disciples on a certain Sabbath, 188:3.1 (2014.4)

High Commissioners, 37:5.0 (410.4–411.9), 39:1.7 (428.1)
     courts, of the universe, execution of decrees of, 33:8.1 (373.3)
     and Lofty One, eternity the habitation of the, 131:2.4 (1444.4)
     personalities of the Infinite Spirit, 45:1.8 (510.6)
     place of Baal, the Nazareth hill a former, 126:1.2 (1387.2)
     priest, Augustus’s proclaiming himself, 98:3.7 (1081.1)
          Caiaphas the, 168:3.6 (1847.6)
          reaction of, to Jesus’ statement of his identity, 184:3.15 (1983.7)
     priest’s home, the Jewish rulers’ assembly at the, to receive the betrayed Jesus, 183:2.3 (1973.1)
     Son Assistants, about, 22:10.0 (253.3–254.6)
          attributes of, 22:10.8 (254.5)
          function of, 18:4.5 (211.1), 22:10.5 (254.2), 22:10.7 (254.4)
          identity of, 22:1.12 (244.3), 22:10.1 (253.3)
          not Adjuster indwelt, 22:9.5 (252.7)
          number of, in seventh superuniverse, 22:10.7 (254.4)
          Trinity-embraced sons, 22:1.8 (243.13)

Higher animals, partial emergence of will in, outside the domain of Census Directors, 24:2.8 (267.6)
     Personalities of the Infinite Spirit, about, 9:8.21 (107.9), 24:0.0 (264.1–272.1), 30:2.66 (336.13)
          denoted powers by the impetuous apostle, 38:0.1 (418.1)
          Graduate Guides an order of the, 26:6.1 (292.1)
          residence of, when stationed on Jerusem, 46:5.21 (525.3)
          Solitary Messengers the first and senior order of the, 23:0.1 (256.1)
          transmissibility of antigravity to, 9:3.2 (101.2)

Highlands beauteous, of Jerusem, 46:2.1 (520.6)
     on Edentia, beauty of, 43:1.4 (486.3)

Hildana identity of, 162:3.5 (1793.4)

Hill(s) Jesus’ retirement to pray in the, reason, 145:5.2 (1635.1)
     worship, beginning of, 85:1.5 (945.3)

Himalayan provinces, Dravidian conquest of all India but the, 79:4.2 (882.2)
     region(s), and life of the early reptilian age, 60:1.12 (686.8)
          submerged, outbreak of volcanic activity in, 60:3.15 (690.6)

Himalayas height of foraminiferal limestone in the, 61:1.13 (694.5)
     upheaval of, in early brachiopod age, 59:3.3 (676.7)

Hinayana Buddhism identification, 94:9.4 (1038.2)
     meaning of the term, 94:9.5 (1038.3)
     the purist doctrine of the south, vs. the evolving northern division, 94:9.5 (1038.3)

Hindu(s) combination of multifarious deities of the, 96:0.1 (1052.1)
     influence of the Sethite priests on the, 92:5.9 (1009.3)
     present attitude of, toward their house snakes, 85:3.3 (946.5)
     religion, 94:4.0 (1031.2–1032.2), 131:4.1 (1447.5)
     the Trinity concept among the early, 104:1.5 (1144.2)

Hinduism early monotheistic concepts embodied in, 131:4.1 (1447.5)
     effect of, on the Indian people, 94:4.8 (1031.9)
     one of the most advanced religions of ancient times, 92:6.14 (1011.12)
     a religion of metaphysics, 5:4.7 (67.5)
     strength of, 94:4.8 (1031.9)
     on Urantia today, 92:6.3 (1011.1)

Hippopotamuses ancestor of, 61:2.9 (695.7)
     in Europe, time of, 64:4.2 (720.8)
     virtual extermination of, by new animals, after glacial retreat, 64:4.7 (721.5)

Hippos apostolic visit to, 149:0.1 (1668.1), 159:1.1 (1762.3)

Hiram of Tyre identification, 156:4.1 (1737.2)

Historians of local universes, Vorondadeks as, 35:5.7 (390.4)
     Scriptures not the work of, 159:4.5 (1768.1)

Historical religion, vs. gospel of the kingdom, 170:5.19 (1866.2)

History a definition, 19:1.10 (215.7), 68:2.5 (765.2)
     interpretation of, confusion in, 19:1.11 (215.8), 97:8.1 (1070.4), 103:7.15 (1139.7)
     perusal of, a definition, 19:1.10 (215.7)
     of the rebellion, 53:7.0 (607.2–609.3)
     revelation’s unifying of, 102:4.6 (1123.6)
     of Urantia, five major eras of, 59:0.1 (672.1)

Hittite(s) descendants from Andonite stock, 80:8.2 (896.7)
     teachers of the Salem cult, 93:7.2 (1021.6)

Hoarding ancient, reason for secrecy of, 69:9.6 (780.9)
     instinct, of mid-mammals, 62:3.6 (705.5)

Holdant tertiary Lanonandek, function, 45:3.5 (512.5)

Holes in stones, ancients’ regard for, 85:1.4 (945.2)

Holiday(s) vs. holy days, 91:1.1 (994.6)
     Jesus’ instructions concerning the apostles’, 143:3.2 (1610.5)

Holiness an aid to worship, 167:6.6 (1840.5)
     the Jews’ reverence for, 195:1.6 (2071.6)
     true, Jesus’ reverence for, 100:7.16 (1103.4)

Holocene period, beginning of, date of, 61:7.18 (702.8)

Holy Area, second zone, subdivisions of, 11:3.1 (120.4)
     book(s), association of prayer with, 91:5.6 (999.2)
          significance of taking an oath on a, 88:2.8 (969.6)
     Character, Zoroaster’s god of, 95:6.2 (1049.5)
     City, Jesus’ first conscious sight of the, 124:6.8 (1375.2)
     days, or holidays, 91:1.1 (994.6)
     of holies, Jesus’ visits to the, 125:2.5 (1379.6), 125:5.3 (1382.5), 135:1.2 (1496.7)
     influence, Infinite Spirit a, 8:6.1 (96.3)
          a name for the Infinite Spirit in a parable prayer, 144:5.85 (1623.33)
     Land, material souvenirs to be found in sectors of, 11:3.2 (120.5)
          on Paradise, area of, designated as residential, 11:3.4 (121.1)
     men of old, actions, vs. words of, 159:4.7 (1768.3)
          looked upon as inspired by deities, 85:6.2 (948.2)
     One of Israel, a title for Jesus, 128:1.10 (1408.7), 162:0.1 (1788.1)
     Spirit, Adjuster’s relation to the, 108:4.3 (1190.4)
          adjutant mind-spirits not directly related to the, 36:5.16 (403.4)
          condition necessary to functioning of, 34:4.7 (378.1)
          the Creative Spirit’s gift to man, 15:9.13 (177.12), 101:3.2 (1108.1)
          a definition, 8:5.3 (95.6), 16:4.13 (190.7), 34:4.3 (377.7), 36:5.16 (403.4), 194:2.17 (2062.6)
          an endowment of divinity function in mortal personality, 101:2.12 (1107.2)
          fixed presence of, on universe headquarters world, 34:4.7 (378.1)
          functions of, on our world, 28:5.22 (313.4)
          influence of the, on evolutionary religion, 92:0.5 (1003.5)
          Jesus’ instruction of the apostles in the work of the, 138:5.2 (1542.3)
          John’s promise of baptism by the, 135:7.2 (1503.2), 135:9.7 (1505.7)
          kingdom of God joy in the, 34:6.13 (381.7), 137:8.9 (1536.6)
          limitations of the, 8:5.3 (95.6)
          of local universe, bestowal on mankind, 9:2.5 (100.7), 56:3.3 (639.3)
          ministry of, endowing mind with capacity of choosing Adjuster presence, 34:5.4 (379.4)
          mortal mind’s encircuitment of the, a prerequisite to the coming of the Adjuster, 103:0.1 (1129.1), 108:2.2 (1187.1)
          the spirit of the Spirit, a part of man’s spirit endowment, 194:2.17 (2062.6)
          spiritual reason an endowment of the, 101:3.2 (1108.1)
     temple comes down upon earth, 55:1.1 (622.1)
     water, custom of sprinkling the newborn with, purpose, 84:4.6 (935.6)
          present-day belief in, 87:6.12 (964.11), 88:1.2 (967.4)
          use of, in the Christian churches near Rome, 98:6.4 (1083.4)

Home(s) address of finaliters, 13:2.1 (147.5)
     arts, development of, 52:2.8 (592.1), 66:5.27 (748.8)
     the basic institution of civilization in the continental nation, 72:3.4 (811.4)
          of human civilization, 114:6.13 (1256.3)
     beginnings of the, 69:9.7 (781.1), 84:0.1 (931.1)
     building, an activity of the Prince’s schools, 50:4.4 (575.5)
          and child culture, vs. vanity and fashion, 84:8.4 (942.5)
          man and woman in, 69:3.3 (774.2), 84:6.8 (939.3)
          man’s progress from caves to, 81:2.15 (902.5)
          pampered and spoiled youths, inability of, to make a success of, 83:7.6 (928.7)
     cultural importance of the, 81:6.23 (909.4), 84:0.1 (931.1)
     dawn of golden age of, 52:2.7 (591.7)
     a definition, 68:2.6 (765.3), 84:7.8 (940.4), 86:6.1 (955.6), 89:3.6 (977.1)
     early, of primitive man, identity of, 69:6.3 (777.6)
     Edenic workers’, location of, 73:5.1 (824.5)
     founding of, reproductive urge insufficient to assure, 84:6.1 (938.5)
     garden, construction of, by Material Sons and Daughters, 51:3.1 (582.5), 73:5.0 (824.5–825.5)
     institution, modern, serious testing of the, 83:8.9 (930.5)
     John’s reaction to Jesus’ lack of a, 139:4.9 (1555.2)
     of Joseph and Mary, description of, 122:6.2 (1350.1)
     life of Adam and Eve, 74:6.0 (834.3–835.3)
          of the continental nation, 72:3.0 (811.1–812.2)
          and dependability of children, 177:2.4 (1922.2)
          Jesus’ and John Mark’s discussion of, 177:2.0 (1921.5–1923.1)
          modern, effect on, of acceptance of Jesus’ gospel, 177:2.6 (1922.4)
          of violet peoples, character of, 76:3.9 (850.5)
          yellow tribes’ early development of, 64:6.14 (724.4)
     love of, in a child’s character development, 160:2.6 (1775.7)
     the, man’s reaction to his social environment, 86:6.1 (955.6)
     marriage as giver of, to mankind, 82:0.1 (913.1)
     -marriage institution, stability of, effect on mores, 84:7.3 (939.6)
     materialization of the, 52:2.6 (591.6)
     modern, comparison of, with Jesus’ and John Mark’s, 177:2.6 (1922.4)
     morontia and spirit, characteristics of, 44:3.2 (502.1)
     at Nazareth, 122:6.0 (1349.8–1350.2), 123:1.1 (1356.4)
     present status of the, 81:6.25 (909.6)
     protection of the, a factor in an expanding civilization, 71:4.4 (804.4)
     real objects of the, 68:2.9 (765.6)
     rule, Lucifer’s contention for, 53:3.4 (603.5)
     significance of the, 82:0.1 (913.1), 84:0.1 (931.1), 177:2.6 (1922.4)
     as a social unit, success of the, prerequisite to, 66:7.4 (750.6)
     spirit beings’ possession of, 44:3.1 (501.11)
     woman’s relation to the, 68:2.6 (765.3), 84:3.5 (934.4)

Homeland of the human race, 79:0.1 (878.1)

Homeless life, influence of Jesus’, 141:3.4 (1589.5)

Homemaking Prince’s schools of, 50:4.7 (575.8), 66:7.5 (750.7)
     successful, necessary adjustments in, 84:6.2 (938.6)

Homesites minimum size of, in the continental nation, 72:3.1 (811.1)
     tribal chiefs’ trusteeship for, 69:9.11 (781.5)

Homogeneity of the human race, when desirable, 64:6.35 (726.7)
     of the white races, source of, 78:4.4 (872.2)

Honan Andite penetration into, 79:7.1 (886.2)

Honen Shonin identity of, 94:12.2 (1040.6)

Honesty of the blue men, 80:3.4 (891.5)
     and loyalty, Thomas’s characteristics of, 139:8.3 (1561.3)
     in settling economic and social problems, 132:5.20 (1464.4)

Honey guarding of, by early fetish practice, 69:9.12 (781.6)
     milk and, the land flowing with, 96:2.2 (1054.7), 152:3.1 (1702.2)
     number of jars of, in an Egyptian ruler’s sacrifice, 89:4.9 (978.6)
     a part of John the Baptist’s simple shepherd’s diet, 135:3.1 (1497.7)

Honeymooners pranks played upon, origin of, 83:4.7 (925.3)

Honor the apostles’ predilection for, 179:1.4 (1937.2)
     differential, and God the Sevenfold, 3:1.12 (46.4)
     a function of, 68:2.10 (765.7)
     and glory, unworthiness of, as a motive for discipleship, 171:2.5 (1870.2), 177:4.5 (1925.2)
     -seeking apostles, the two, identity of, 171:0.5 (1867.5), 181:2.15 (1958.2)
     a true believer’s attitude toward, 156:5.19 (1740.6)
     your father and your mother, Jews’ circumvention of the commandment to, 153:3.3 (1712.3)

Hope of all the earth, the Father’s kingdom the, 140:1.3 (1568.6)
     -door of man’ s’ soul, kept open by faith, 195:9.8 (2083.4)
     of eternal survival, an earmark of genuine religion, 103:9.5 (1141.3)
     a factor in Paul’s religion, 196:3.19 (2095.3)
     faith, and love, religion of Jesus founded on, 194:3.2 (2062.11)
     Jesus the inspiration of, 140:8.29 (1583.3), 149:2.13 (1672.2)
     requisite for, 3:5.8 (51.7)
     spiritual, correlated by the Master in a unity of values and loyalties, 196:0.7 (2088.2)
     sustaining, in human life, source of, 101:2.5 (1106.4), 155:3.7 (1727.7)
     that transcends all fear, reason for, 34:6.13 (381.7)
     of trusting mortals, vs. expectation of Havona creatures, 3:5.17 (52.3)
     undying, a fruit of the spirit, 193:2.2 (2054.3)

Horde function of the, in primitive society, 70:3.1 (787.1)

Horeb eruption of, at time of Hebrews’ sojourn there, 96:4.5 (1057.1)
     the onetime spirit of, exaltation of, as a God of creator perfection, 97:1.4 (1063.1)
     the spirit demon of, vs. Jehovah, difference in, to an enlightened Christian, 94:12.1 (1040.5)

Horizontal groupings of planets in creature-kinship serials, 49:5.29 (567.9)
     space, limitations of, 11:7.6 (124.7)

Horse(s) age of the, 61:3.0 (696.5–698.2)
     a beast of burden, 66:5.5 (746.3), 81:2.12 (902.2)
     emotional control of, comparative, 61:3.10 (697.5)
     extinction of, in North America, 61:4.5 (698.7)
     home of, during Oligocene period, 61:2.9 (695.7)
     influence of, on Andite dominance in the Occident, 80:4.4 (892.7)
     modern, evolution of, 61:4.5 (698.7)
     service of, to man, 61:3.11 (697.6)
     tamed, advantage of, to northern invaders of Euphrates valley, 78:8.3 (875.7)
     toe types of, in Pliocene period, 61:4.4 (698.6)

Horseback entrance of three great waves of Andites in to Europe on, 80:4.1 (892.4)

Horsepower latent, in one drop of water, 41:7.13 (463.13)

Horticulture Caligastia and Adam as teachers of, 50:4.3 (575.4), 66:7.18 (751.13), 68:5.9 (769.1), 73:3.5 (823.5), 74:7.2 (835.5)
     Chinese developments in, 79:8.6 (887.6)
     teaching of, in the continental nation, 72:4.1 (812.3)

Horus legend about, 95:2.6 (1044.5)

Hosannas Jerusalem crowd’s shouting of, on triumphal march, 172:3.9 (1882.2)

Hosea and Amos, Israel’s progressive revelation of God from Moses to, 155:6.10 (1732.3)
     an evaluation of the spiritual contribution of, 97:4.5 (1066.2), 97:9.20 (1074.2)
     the Father’s use of, 155:6.2 (1730.6)
     preaching by, of forgiveness through repentance, 97:4.5 (1066.2)

Hospital(s) the kingdom’s first, 148:2.0 (1658.4–1659.1)
     on worlds in light and life, 55:3.1 (624.7)

Host(s) of bestowal attendants, possible composition of, 39:1.4 (427.4)
     of celestial beings present during bestowal of Jesus, 39:5.5 (437.4), 121:8.1 (1341.2), 136:5.1 (1516.1), 136:5.3 (1516.3), 140:2.3 (1570.1), 168:2.1 (1845.7), 168:2.3 (1846.2), 168:2.8 (1846.7), 183:0.5 (1971.5), 189:2.3 (2023.2), 189:3.1 (2024.3), 189:3.4 (2024.6)
     Lord of, see Lord—Appellations, Names, and Titles, of Hosts
     seraphic, number in a, 38:6.2 (421.5)
          number of, of the destiny guardian of the human subject, 113:2.6 (1243.3)
          reporting of attending angels to the commander of their, 113:6.2 (1246.6)

Hostility a definition, 70:1.1 (783.4)

Hour of humiliation, 184:1.7 (1979.5), 184:4.0 (1984.2–1985.1)
     of Jesus, see Sayings of Jesus, his hour has (not) come
     of the kingdom has come, 137:6.5 (1533.3), 140:1.1 (1568.4), 174:5.8 (1903.5)

House(s) of ascenders, the lower, function of, 43:2.5 (487.7)
     of beauty, man’s places for worship should be, 167:6.6 (1840.5)
     Capernaum, Jesus’ gift to James of his, 134:1.1 (1483.3)
     of David, Joseph’s connection with the, 122:4.3 (1347.5)
     divided against itself cannot stand, as applied to Christianity, 195:10.11 (2085.3)
     of Fad, destruction of, 66:5.9 (746.7)
     Father's, see Father's, House
     of peers, of constellation legislators, function of, 43:2.7 (488.1)
     of System Sovereigns, function of, 55:9.2 (633.5)

Household of faith, far-spreading, 191:4.3 (2041.6)
     gods, Abraham’s family’s unwillingness to give up, 93:5.4 (1019.1)
          Arabian tribes’ families’ worship of, 95:7.2 (1050.7)

Householder Jesus’ comparison of the kingdom of heaven to a, 163:3.5 (1804.2)

Huddling proclivity of ultimatons, a result of, 42:7.10 (478.4)

Hudson Bay meeting of red men and Eskimos on shores of, 64:7.19 (728.8)
          region, ancient preocean rocks in, 57:8.12 (661.6)
     Valley, emptying of the Great Lakes into the, 61:7.10 (701.9)

Human(s) achievement, Jesus’ satisfaction in, 134:9.7 (1495.4)
     activities, the most human of, 66:7.19 (751.14)
     affairs, Van’s commissions for administration of, 67:6.2 (759.5)
     affections, man’s right to the satisfaction of, 100:2.6 (1096.3)
     afflictions, John Zebedee’s reaction to Jesus’ discourse on, 148:6.12 (1664.4)
     and animal sacrifices, Paul’s ending of, 89:9.3 (984.2)
     animated, vs. sabertooth tiger, the caveman with praiseworthy motives, 100:4.5 (1098.2)
     associates, day of rest beneficial for Jesus’, 138:6.2 (1542.7)
     associations, early, 70:3.0 (787.1–788.2)
          loyalty to, man’s benefit from, 100:2.6 (1096.3), 160:2.8 (1776.2)
          loving and intimate, a source of courage and mitigation of sorrow, 160:2.8 (1776.2)
          a source of petty frictions, 28:5.13 (311.5)
          unlike divine associations, 83:8.2 (929.5)
     attainment of goodness through grace by, 28:6.22 (317.3)
     being(s), Adjuster consciousness of, 9:2.5 (100.7)
          after death, lack of communication by a, with living beings of earth, 112:3.7 (1230.5)
          angels’ love for, 38:2.1 (419.1)
          average, importance of multiplication of, 68:6.11 (770.8)
          birth date of first two, 62:5.1 (707.7)
          early association of, two influences contributing to, 68:2.4 (765.1)
          elevation of the, above the animal level, by the soul, 133:6.5 (1478.4)
          Eternal Son’s contact with, 7:5.2 (86.3)
          experience by a, of infinite Father’s love, 3:4.6 (50.4)
          the first, see First, human beings
          God a father to, 2:6.4 (41.2)
          maladjusted, Jesus’ ability to help, 132:4.2 (1460.6)
          the Master’s respect and sympathy for every, 138:8.9 (1545.10)
          mature, attitude of, toward the immature, 160:1.6 (1773.3)
          not born equal, 69:3.8 (774.7)
          possible attainments of, 1:0.5 (22.2)
          relation of cherubim and sanobim to, 38:7.4 (422.4)
          sudden birth of first two, 62:4.6 (707.5)
          victory for, in the race for perfection, 32:5.8 (365.4)
     characteristics of Primates, 62:4.4 (707.3)
     compassion, interlocking of Jesus’ divine wisdom and his, 145:3.8 (1632.7)
     comprehension, elevation of infinite values to the spiritual level of, 56:10.9 (646.10)
     conduct, conscience and, 92:2.6 (1005.2)
     consciousness, reality of, 16:9.0 (195.7–196.11)
          unified, an intellectual satisfaction from religious experience, 5:5.8 (69.3)
     contacts, early need for regulation of, 70:0.1 (783.1)
          loving, direction of, by Spirit of Truth, 180:5.11 (1950.6)
     customs, slow evolution of, 83:5.15 (927.1)
     desire, materialist’s view of universe as hostile to all that is good in, 102:0.1 (1118.1)
     despair, a consequence of the pursuit of mere knowledge, 195:6.3 (2076.8)
     development, evolution the rule of, 49:1.4 (560.3)
          final phases of, on an evolutionary world, 49:6.18 (570.7)
     and the divine, an Adjuster’s synchronization of the, consequences, 110:5.2 (1208.1)
     and divine being, combined, Son of Man as a magnificently co-ordinated, 196:0.7 (2088.2)
          natures, blending of, in universes, 26:11.5 (297.2)
               Jesus conscious of status of his combined, 137:4.2 (1528.5)
               Jesus’ portrayal of, in the original gospel, 196:2.6 (2092.4)
               union of, great truth of, Jesus’ foundation for kingdom of heaven, 157:5.1 (1748.1)
                    not a part of Jewish concept of the Messiah, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
     emotion, range of, Son of Man’s acquaintance with, 129:4.4 (1425.3), 161:2.6 (1786.1)
     ethics, birth of, 86:6.7 (956.3)
     evolution, course of, gradual and certain changes in, by influence on man’s will, 170:4.7 (1863.5)
          endowments embraced in, 5:5.1 (68.4)
          present progressive status of, 196:3.33 (2097.1)
     evolutionary ascension, Jesus at the pinnacle of, at baptism, 136:2.2 (1511.1)
     existence, environment of, Son of Man’s learning how man reacts to, 134:7.3 (1492.3)
          essential functions of, embraced by the home, 84:0.3 (931.3)
          the great goal of, 110:3.4 (1206.2)
          Jesus’ escape from both social extremes of, 129:4.4 (1425.3)
               self-consciousness of his, 134:7.3 (1492.3), 137:4.2 (1528.5)
          relation of religion to, 5:5.5 (68.8), 84:1.2 (931.5)
          revealed religion as unifying element of, 102:4.6 (1123.6)
          technique of changing the meanings of, from temporal to eternal, 89:10.4 (984.7)
          on Urantia, planetary rebellion’s relation to, 67:0.1 (754.1)
     experience, the great thing in all, the realization of knowing God, 133:4.5 (1474.5)
          Jesus’ acquirement of, 127:6.13 (1405.5)
               contribution to the values of, 196:0.3 (2087.3)
               realization of the possible bitterness of the remainder of his, 136:9.4 (1522.3)
          a new reality in, 0:5.10 (8.10), 155:5.5 (1728.7), 196:3.30 (2096.6)
          and realization of God, 1:2.3 (24.1)
          the religion of the spirit as demonstrated in, 155:5.5 (1728.7)
          unification of, philosophy as man’s attempt at, 196:3.30 (2096.6)
          universe insight not yielded by, 196:3.10 (2094.9)
          Urantian, and universal reality, 0:5.6 (8.6)
     fairness, Jesus’ great law of, 178:1.12 (1931.3)
     family, a human institution, 83:1.4 (922.7)
          Primates the immediate ancestors of the, 62:4.2 (707.1)
     father, love of, a reflection of the divine, 125:0.6 (1378.1), 148:4.10 (1661.1)
     feelings and emotions, Jesus’ experience of, 128:1.2 (1407.7)
     fellowship, genuine religion’s influence regarding, 99:4.1 (1089.9)
     flesh, growth in habit of eating, among primitives, 89:5.4 (979.3)
     forgetfulness, ascenders’ need to be fearless of, 34:7.8 (383.2)
     form, naked, Jews’ objection to the public exposure of the, 187:2.2 (2007.1)
     friendship, Jesus’ life the ideal of, 161:2.3 (1785.3)
          religion’s influence on, 99:6.2 (1092.2)
     gods, era of, in Rome, 98:3.8 (1081.2)
     government, evolution of, 70:0.0 (783.1–799.2)
     happiness, and the ideal marriage, 83:8.6 (930.2)
     heart(s), believing, ability of, to enjoy peace, 181:1.10 (1955.1)
          God’s speaking within the, 146:2.4 (1638.4)
          of Jesus, vs. the divine mind of Michael, 182:3.9 (1969.4)
          natural, deceitfulness of, 145:2.6 (1630.2)
          Universal Father’s presence in, 2:0.3 (33.3)
     heredity, loss of a single superior strain of, results, 49:1.7 (560.6)
     hero of the rebellion, 67:3.8 (757.1), 67:8.0 (761.8–762.4)
     history, man’s mistake of putting a miraculous interpretation on, 97:8.5 (1071.3)
     imagination, creative possibilities of, when in partnership with God, 132:7.9 (1467.5)
     impulses, stimulus of, toward attainment of spirit values, and Havona worlds, 14:6.38 (162.13)
     the individual, importance to Jesus of, 138:8.9 (1545.10)
     indwelling, spirit of, 1:3.2 (25.2)
     institution(s), basic, 69:1.0 (772.4–773.1)
          marriage a, 83:8.4 (929.7), 84:6.8 (939.3)
          religion the most unyielding of all, 92:2.1 (1004.4)
     intellect, an essential to function of adjutant mind-spirits as, 36:5.13 (403.1)
     Jesus, 129:4.0 (1424.5–1426.1), 141:7.7 (1594.1), 196:1.0 (2090.2–2091.9)
     knowledge, of greatest value, and the religious life of Jesus, 196:1.3 (2090.4)
     leaders, man’s tendency to revere his, 92:5.5 (1008.7)
     level(s) of development, red man the first to attain, 51:4.1 (584.3)
          man’s attainment of, and Adjuster indwelling, 52:1.6 (590.2)
     liberty, attainment of, through the recognition of truth, 141:7.6 (1593.7)
     life, continuation of, reason for, 132:3.7 (1459.7)
          a definition, 112:5.20 (1235.2), 196:3.4 (2094.3)
          origin of, past and present ignorance as to the, 84:1.5 (932.2)
          reason for the survival of, 132:3.7 (1459.7)
          the seven epochs of, 52:0.1 (589.1)
          spirit domination of a, results of, 34:6.13 (381.7)
          the three great drives of, 160:1.2 (1772.3)
     life experience, a cosmic cocoon, 117:6.8 (1289.1)
          of Jesus, characteristics 128:0.1 (1407.1), 129:4.2 (1425.1), 157:6.3 (1749.2), 187:2.9 (2008.1)
     limitations, reaction of creature faith to, 2:5.6 (39.5), 4:4.9 (59.5), 5:1.7 (63.5)
     living, religion’s purpose to stabilize and enrich, 101:10.5 (1116.6)
     longings, Jesus’ cleverness in detecting, 171:7.4 (1874.7)
     loyalties, difficulty of changing, a complication in evolution of political sovereignty, 134:5.8 (1488.6)
          an enumeration of, 196:0.7 (2088.2)
     machine, evidence of man’s not being merely a, 195:7.8 (2079.3)
     mind, ability of, to choose, 196:3.10 (2094.9)
          explanation of, 3:6.3 (53.1)
          first decision of, on Urantia, effect of, 62:7.3 (710.2)
          fusing of, with his Adjuster, usual time of, 47:8.3 (538.1)
          grasp of the divine by the, 3:5.16 (52.2)
          gravity responsiveness of, 42:11.4 (482.2)
          impossibility of discovery of mind of the universe by, 42:11.8 (482.6)
          Jesus’ mastery of his, 128:5.6 (1414.4), 129:1.14 (1421.4), 134:7.6 (1492.6)
               refusal to take advantage of the, 128:4.7 (1413.3)
               submission of, to the Father’s will, 136:9.5 (1522.4)
          need for philosophy to assume the reality of the, 101:5.8 (1110.11)
          progressive, possible discoveries of, 155:5.11 (1729.6)
          technique by the, of attempting to understand reality, 12:8.5 (140.1), 105:0.1 (1152.1)
          Thought Adjuster’s relation to, 7:5.4 (86.5), 34:5.6 (379.6), 107:1.3 (1177.4), 133:3.7 (1472.6)
     mind the divine Monitor’s residence, 6:4.6 (76.6), 196:3.34 (2097.2)
          of Jesus, working harmony of, with indwelling Adjuster, 134:1.7 (1484.4)
     misery, savage’s belief in spirits’ delight in, 89:0.2 (974.2)
     morals, personal religion’s precedence of, 102:8.6 (1128.2)
     nature, factors fostering the best vs. the worst in, 68:6.4 (770.1)
          inalienables of, 16:7.1 (192.8)
          Jesus’ assurance of the ascendancy of his divine over his, 134:8.5 (1493.4)
               understanding of, and sympathy for, 127:6.15 (1405.7)
     nature of Jesus, incarnation of the divine personality of Michael in the, 7:5.4 (86.5)
               self-evident in his consciousness, 128:1.8 (1408.5)
          not inherently sinful, 156:5.8 (1739.3)
     need, scientists and religionists on trial before bar of, 132:1.4 (1457.3)
     order of evolutionary life, type of mind ministration endowed with, 34:4.9 (378.3)
     perfected, a Jewish concept of the Messiah, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
     personality, ability of, to transcend time, 130:7.4 (1439.2)
          activated by unselfish ministry, an evidence of spiritual development, 100:2.2 (1095.6)
          bestowal of divine spirit as a focal point for, 133:7.6 (1479.6)
          a definition, 1:6.1 (29.7)
          part of the circuit conducting the Father’s love to his fellows, 117:6.10 (1289.3)
          perfectly unified, Jesus the, 100:7.18 (1103.6)
          source of, 6:8.5 (80.2)
     philosophies, lack of eternal salvation in, 133:4.4 (1474.4)
     physical senses of, number, 49:4.3 (564.5)
     potentials, diverse, expression of, provided for by plan of race evolution, 51:4.4 (584.6)
          necessity for wisdom in the utilization of, 81:6.14 (908.3)
     problems, and personal spiritual religious experience, 140:8.17 (1581.4), 196:3.1 (2093.6)
     progress, ancients’ understanding of evolutionary, 74:8.5 (837.4)
          intolerance inimical to, 71:3.2 (803.2)
          service of, scientists and religionists must justify themselves by devotion to, 132:1.4 (1457.3)
          ultimate goal of, 143:1.4 (1608.1)
     race(s), Adam’s and Eve’s contribution to the biologic progress of the, 76:6.4 (854.1)
          age of, 64:0.2 (718.2), 81:0.2 (900.2)
          assignment of angels to the service of the, 167:7.4 (1841.3)
          beginning of, and instinct to care for infants, 63:3.1 (713.1)
          creation of, a little lower than the simple types of angelic orders, 113:7.3 (1248.3)
          homeland of the, 79:0.1 (878.1)
          and influence of Creative Spirit of Nebadon, 16:6.2 (191.5)
          and knowledge of Universal Father, 4:5.7 (60.6)
          nine, remnants of, combined into the people of modern times, 114:6.9 (1255.8)
          the ninth, 76:4.1 (850.7)
          participation of Life Carriers in advanced evolution of the, 55:4.11 (627.9)
          secondary midwayers’ relation to, 77:8.4 (864.5)
          struggle of, through long ages, to reach its present position, 4:1.2 (54.5)
     relations, significance of, wisdom’s enhancement of insight into the, 71:7.2 (806.2), 147:4.8 (1651.2)
     relationships, marriage the most ideal of, 167:5.3 (1838.4)
     reproduction, trait determiners in sex cells of, 36:2.11 (397.11)
     resources, influence of, on civilization, 81:6.11 (907.8)
     rights, 70:9.0 (793.11–794.12)
     sacrifice, evolution of, 89:6.0 (980.6–981.5)
          never practiced by Badonan tribes, 64:3.1 (720.2)
          once a feature of weddings, 83:4.4 (924.7)
          persistence of, as religious ceremonial, 64:4.13 (722.1)
          substitution of animal sacrifice for, by Moses, 4:5.5 (60.4)
     salvation, the gospel’s teaching concerning, 170:2.8 (1860.3), 188:4.13 (2017.8)
     self, definition of, 133:7.9 (1480.1)
          and divine self, new relationships of, 13:1.21 (147.2)
          possible refusal of, to ascend to Paradise, 117:4.11 (1284.7)
     society, acceleration of evolution of, by Dalamatia teachers, 66:6.6 (750.1)
          China the onetime head of, 94:6.12 (1034.7)
          gospel’s portrayal of a new order of, 170:2.4 (1859.14), 195:0.3 (2069.3), 195:10.6 (2084.6)
          progressive, building of Paul’s, 170:5.16 (1865.6), 195:1.6 (2071.6)
     soul(s), evolving, possible experiences of, 132:2.6 (1458.3), 155:5.11 (1729.6), 155:6.3 (1731.1)
          surviving, secret of ascension of, 7:3.2 (84.2)
     species, narrative of the forward struggle of the, 68:0.0 (763.1)
          place of origin of, 62:1.3 (703.4)
          savage tribes of men in the dawn of, valued by Universal Father, 12:7.9 (138.4)
     stocks, blended anatomic animal vestiges exhibited by, 52:3.8 (593.7)
          progressive evolution of, 61:6.1 (700.2), 66:6.3 (749.5)
          of Urantia, the five basic, 81:4.1 (904.5)
     struggling, chief purpose of, 140:5.15 (1574.8)
     subject, present average age of the, at the time of the Adjuster’s arrival, 108:2.1 (1186.8)
          used in this contactual communication, the number of the destiny guardian of the, 113:2.6 (1243.3)
     survival, Adjusters succeed or fail only in terms of, 110:3.3 (1206.1)
          dependence of, on consecration of human will to choosing of spirit values, 196:3.17 (2095.1)
          divine plan of the gods for, wisdom of, 30:4.33 (344.1)
          the Holy Spirit’s influence on, 92:0.4 (1003.4)
     temperament, apostles’ different types of, 139:0.2 (1548.2)
     thinking, Father fragments’ equivalent of, 6:6.3 (78.6)
     traits, of midwayers, 77:8.3 (864.4)
          noble, presence of, in primitive man, 63:4.4 (714.2), 100:4.5 (1098.2)
          rudimentary, appearance of in mid-mammals, 62:3.6 (705.5)
     twins, contact of spirit of worship with minds of the, time of, 62:5.4 (708.2), 62:6.5 (709.6)
          death of parents of, 62:5.10 (708.8)
          mental development of, observed through functioning of seven adjutant mind-spirits, 62:6.2 (709.3)
     understanding, perfected, Michael’s bestowal and experience of, 120:1.7 (1326.4)
     of Urantia, and Thought Adjusters, 2:1.7 (34.6)
     vision, effect of viewing divinity manifestations through, 3:2.8 (47.6), 4:2.7 (57.4)
     will, a definition, 65:0.6 (730.6), 111:1.9 (1217.4)
          function of, always present in development of religious experience, 103:2.6 (1131.5)
          relationship between the will of God and, 130:2.7 (1431.2), 144:4.9 (1621.8)
          and survival, 1:3.7 (26.1), 111:2.10 (1218.8)
          Thought Adjusters always subservient to, 110:2.1 (1204.5)

Humanism exalted, vs. divine religion, 195:10.1 (2084.1)
     ideal, Siddhartha’s teaching of, 94:8.18 (1037.2)
     in modern Western life, 195:8.3 (2081.3)
     onetime, of the Nile Valley, superiority of the, 95:3.3 (1045.6)

Humanist(s) attitude of the, as to the source of man’s altruistic urges, 103:5.3 (1134.1)
     vs. idealists, 195:7.19 (2080.4)

Humanistic belief, one of the present philosophies of religion, 99:4.11 (1090.7)
     branches, grafting onto spiritual nature, results of, 102:7.4 (1126.4)

Humanitarian fellowship, an evidence of Adjuster indwelling, 196:3.7 (2094.6)
     labors not to take the place of proclaiming the gospel, 178:1.11 (1931.2)

Humanitarianism a godless, vs. true religion, 99:1.5 (1087.2), 178:1.13 (1931.4)

Humanity apostles given new evidences of Jesus’, 182:3.5 (1968.6)
          Jesus’, Peter the first to confess, 139:2.8 (1551.4)
     and divinity, Jesus’, Peter the first to confess, 139:2.8 (1551.4)
          Jesus a combination of, 136:8.3 (1520.4), 161:2.5 (1785.5)
     genuineness of Jesus’, 136:8.7 (1521.2)
     ills of, causes, 147:3.3 (1649.3)
     immature, a definition, 160:1.3 (1772.4)
     proof of divinity in partnership with, 136:8.3 (1520.4)

Humanization an essential to reception of Adjusters on evolutionary worlds, 55:4.31 (629.9)
     of Material Sons, reason for, 31:5.2 (349.2)

Humanizing God, blunder of, 3:6.5 (53.3)

Humankind Jesus’ intellectual familiarity with the complete experience of, 129:4.4 (1425.3)
          view of, 196:2.9 (2093.3)

Humble spiritual cravings of the, 140:5.8 (1574.1)

Humbling oneself, result, 175:1.10 (1907.2)

Humiliation apostles’ alternation between exaltation and, 158:5.4 (1757.4)
     Jesus’ hour of, 182:3.5 (1968.6), 183:1.2 (1972.1), 184:4.0 (1984.2–1985.1)
          submission to, doing the Father’s will, 183:1.0 (1971.6)
     of the Jews, apocalyptists’ explanation of, 135:5.2 (1500.2)

Humility attention-craving, unworthiness of, 149:6.10 (1676.4)
     before God, in the heart, appropriateness of, 149:6.10 (1676.4)
     early, a definition, 87:5.6 (963.1)
     false ideas of, source of, 149:6.9 (1676.3)
     Jesus’, 140:8.20 (1582.1), 141:3.4 (1589.5)
     and Meekness, one of Jesus’ evening discussions, 150:6.1 (1683.3)
     proper, may be destroyed by overmuch self-respect, 159:3.3 (1765.5)
     true, toward God, Jesus’ aim, 140:8.20 (1582.1), 149:6.10 (1676.4)

Humor Adamic inheritance of, 48:4.13 (548.8)
     Adamite sense of, 74:6.7 (835.1)
     Andites’ contribution of, to the European peoples, 80:5.7 (893.9)
     Andonites’ lack of a sense of, 63:4.2 (713.8)
     basis of, 48:4.20 (550.1)
     cultivation of, in west Garden schools, 74:7.10 (835.13)
     current, definition, 48:4.6 (548.1)
     droll, Nathaniel’s, 139:6.4 (1558.5)
     earthly, ascenders’ enjoyment of celestial equivalents of, 48:4.20 (550.1)
     of gentiles, Jesus’ appreciation of the, 156:2.8 (1736.5)
     Jesus’ capacity for, 123:4.3 (1361.3), 125:5.8 (1383.1)
     Jews’ lack of, 156:2.8 (1736.5)
     a legacy of the Adamic race, 63:4.2 (713.8), 84:8.3 (942.4)
     modern, source of, 74:6.7 (835.1)
     provisions for, on worlds in light and life, 55:5.6 (630.3)
     real, angels’ appreciation of man’s, 38:2.1 (419.1)
     religion’s effect on, 99:4.1 (1089.9)
     reminiscent, of higher spirits, 44:3.4 (502.3), 48:4.5 (547.8)
     sense of, the religionist’s retention of his, 100:6.5 (1100.7)
     spirit, the three general levels of, 48:4.4 (547.7)
     superhuman, vs. human, 48:4.2 (547.5)
     Urantia, quality of, 48:4.13 (548.8)
     by whom most needed, 48:4.16 (549.3)

Humorists of morontia worlds, 44:3.4 (502.3)
     Urantia, comparison of reversion directors with, 48:4.3 (547.6)

Hunger and fear, external restraints necessary for primitive man, 64:1.3 (718.5), 68:2.6 (765.3), 118:8.5 (1302.2)
     he who comes to me shall not, 153:2.8 (1710.6)
     human, for self-expression, provision for satisfaction of, 44:8.3 (508.1)
     for knowledge, the boy Jesus’ manifestation of, 125:4.3 (1382.1)
     and love, men brought together by, 68:3.4 (766.5)
     physical or spiritual, prolonged fasting’s destruction of, 140:5.8 (1574.1)
     the recurring urge of early Andonites, 63:6.3 (716.2)
     for righteousness of kingdom believers, 150:5.5 (1683.2)
     and thirst for righteousness, bread and water of life only for those who, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
          happy are they who, 140:3.4 (1570.5)
     for truth, needed before human can be led to the Father by a fellow mortal, 132:7.2 (1466.2)
     an urge to capital accumulation, 69:5.4 (776.2)
     war caused by, 70:1.8 (784.4)

Hungry souls, false religious teachers’ influence on, 155:6.6 (1731.4)
     of man, presentation of Jesus of Nazareth to the, 138:4.2 (1541.4), 195:0.17 (2070.13)
     seeking entrance to the kingdom, door of mercy may not be closed to any, 138:4.2 (1541.4)

Hunter(s) Andonites as, 63:5.6 (715.6)
     incompatibility of family idea with life of the, 52:2.8 (592.1)
     mores, passing of, cause of the end of the mother-family, 84:2.6 (933.4)
     practice of, as to war captives, 69:8.4 (779.3)
     transformation of man to herder from, importance of, 66:3.2 (743.3), 68:5.12 (769.4)

Hunting an absorbing pursuit of the Andonic clans, 63:4.7 (714.5)
     era, prevalence of moon veneration during the, 85:5.2 (947.5)
     herding not successor to, among the Andites, 79:1.4 (879.1)
     proclivities of primitive men, 52:1.3 (589.12), 68:5.4 (768.4)

Hurricanes terrestrial tropical, directional whirl of, 58:2.7 (666.4)

Hurry early man’s unwillingness to, 69:2.4 (773.5)
     Jesus’ disinclination to ever be in a, 100:7.14 (1103.2), 136:0.1 (1509.1), 171:7.5 (1874.8)

Husband of Hildana, effect on, of Jesus’ writing in the sand, 162:3.5 (1793.4)
     irate, counseled by Jesus at Tarentum, 133:2.1 (1470.2)
     status of, in the mother-family, 84:2.3 (933.1)
     and wife, reciprocal obligations of, 133:2.2 (1471.1)

Hybridization racial, prevalence of, on Urantia, 82:6.8 (920.6)
     species improvement resulting from, 82:6.5 (920.3)

Hydra evolution of early, 65:2.5 (732.3)

Hydrogen -carbon-helium reaction, in liberation of solar energy, 41:8.1 (464.3)
     chloride, in Urantia’s atmosphere during volcanic age, 57:7.6 (659.5)
     clouds, as cosmic chemical laboratories, 58:3.4 (667.3)
     content reduction, in increase of sun luminosity, 41:8.2 (464.4)
     dust clouds, a source of short space rays, 58:3.2 (667.1)
     exhaustion, and maximum luminosity of burning-out suns, 41:8.2 (464.4)
     masses, atom disruption at nuclei of, 58:3.1 (666.8)
     penetration of carbon nuclei by, in hydrogen-carbon-helium reaction, 41:8.1 (464.3)
     the smallest atom, 42:6.7 (477.1)

Hydrosphere condensation into the Pacific Ocean of the earth’s, 57:8.20 (662.7)

Hyenas time of arrival of, in Europe, 64:4.7 (721.5)

Hygiene obstacles in promotion of, among Dalamatians, 66:5.20 (748.1)

Hymn(s) conclusion of the Last Supper by singing a, 181:2.31 (1962.5)
     one hundred and thirty-seven, by Ikhnaton, 95:5.7 (1048.1)
     of redemption, Anna’s poem to the baby Jesus, 122:9.4 (1353.3)

Hypnotism shamans’ use of, 90:1.4 (987.2)

Hypocrisy enemies’ designing, vs. Jesus’ moral majesty, 173:2.8 (1892.5)
     Jesus’ denunciation of, 140:8.21 (1582.2)
     the leaven of the Pharisees, 165:3.2 (1820.1)
     not a solution for sex problems, 82:1.10 (914.6)
     source of much, 149:6.9 (1676.3)
     sweeping aside pretensions of, 149:2.11 (1671.6)
     teaching that the Father loathes, 149:6.11 (1676.5)

Hypocrite(s) Jesus not a, 100:7.2 (1101.6)
     Jesus’ warning to the Pharisees against being, 153:3.3 (1712.3), 167:3.3 (1836.2)

Hypothesis God not a, 196:3.24 (2095.8)
     one unable to worship a, 102:7.3 (1126.3)
     of unity, to the philosopher, God a, 1:6.2 (30.1)

Hysteria confounding a belief in demoniacal possession with, 77:7.7 (863.8)
     and witchcraft, 88:1.9 (968.4), 90:1.2 (986.5)

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