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

Tabamantia acknowledgment of, to the chief of Adjusters, 108:3.5 (1189.1)
     agondonter status of, 50:7.2 (579.1)
     chief of corps of directors of experimental worlds, 49:5.12 (565.13)
     experience of, in first universe rebellion, 50:7.2 (579.1)
     recommendation of, to grant a Material Son and Daughter to Urantia, 73:0.3 (821.3)
     sovereign supervisor of experimental worlds, 73:0.3 (821.3), 108:3.5 (1189.1)

Tabernacle(s) earthly, the humans chosen by Adjusters, 109:2.8 (1196.10), 110:1.5 (1204.3)
          of Paradise Sons, 20:4.3 (227.1)
     feast of, description of the ceremonies of the, 162:4.0 (1793.5–1794.3)
          Galileans’ participation in the, 125:1.5 (1379.1)
          Jesus’ participation in the, 123:3.5 (1359.6), 134:9.4 (1495.1), 161:0.1 (1783.1)
               teaching at the Jerusalem temple during the, 162:0.0 (1788.1–1799.1), 164:2.1 (1810.3), 164:3.11 (1812.5)
          time of year of the, 125:1.5 (1379.1), 134:9.1 (1494.4)
     of the flesh, 1:4.3 (26.5), 9:5.6 (103.4), 47:3.1 (532.7), 167:7.6 (1841.5)
     mortal, the dust of your, 1:4.3 (26.5)
     of the Most Highs, identification of, 43:3.3 (488.5)
     of nature, worship in the, 167:6.6 (1840.5)
     the physical, for mortals, 16:9.2 (195.8), 42:12.11 (483.11)

Table(s) chemical, recurrence of properties in the, 42:9.3 (480.1)
     etiquette, origin of, 89:1.6 (975.3)
     at the Last Supper, shape of, 179:1.5 (1937.3), 191:5.2 (2042.6)
     low stone, in the Nazareth home, 122:3.1 (1346.4), 122:6.2 (1350.1), 126:3.4 (1389.7)
     of the money-changers, who overturned the, 173:1.7 (1890.2)

Taboo(s) the, 89:1.0 (974.3–975.4)
     advantages and disadvantages of, 89:1.6 (975.3)
     against marriages among relatives, 82:5.2 (918.2)
     early, concerning prospective parents, 84:2.4 (933.2)
     on eating animal fat, 86:5.15 (955.3)
          fetish animals, 88:1.5 (967.7)
     food, early, origin of, 89:1.5 (975.2)
          when plants and fruit became, 88:1.3 (967.6)
     negative idea of the, 70:11.2 (796.8), 127:4.2 (1401.2)
     origin and development of, 70:11.2 (796.8), 89:1.2 (974.4)
     purpose of the observance of a, 89:1.1 (974.3)
     restrictive sex, crudeness of early tribal, 82:2.4 (915.2)
     slavery of, Jesus’ delivery of man from the, 196:2.9 (2093.3)
     violation of, a sin, 89:2.3 (975.7), 90:3.8 (990.3)
     on woman’s work, 69:3.3 (774.2)

Tact in dealing with sinning brother, 159:1.3 (1762.5)
     the fulcrum of social leverage, 156:5.18 (1740.5)
     growth in, importance of, 156:5.18 (1740.5)
          of the young Jesus, 124:4.3 (1371.6)
     of John Zebedee, a factor in his long life, 139:4.13 (1555.6)
     in Judas’s management of financial affairs, 139:12.5 (1566.4)
     to no avail in warning the hateful and selfish, 179:4.8 (1941.5)
     and tolerance, the Master’s, effectiveness of, 160:3.4 (1778.2)
          requirements for prevailing with men, 160:1.9 (1774.1)
     of woman, reason for, 84:3.5 (934.4)

Tactics Jesus’ change in, apostles’ reaction to, 153:4.6 (1714.5)

Tadpole(s) the fish state of frogs, 59:5.6 (680.8)
     quickest way for a, to become a frog, 100:1.4 (1094.6)

Taking God’s way, vs. getting your way, 180:2.4 (1946.2)
     oneself too seriously, results of, 48:6.37 (555.5)

Talent(s) ancestral foundations of, 44:8.2 (507.7)
     divine, Jesus’ portrayal of the folly of prostituting, 136:6.9 (1519.2)
     latent, Andrew’s ability to discover young people’s, 139:1.8 (1549.6)
     nonuse of, in the times of the spirit cult, 87:5.8 (963.3)
     parable of the, the former, 159:1.4–5 (1763.1–2), 171:8.2 (1875.7), 171:8.8 (1876.5)
          the new, 176:3.4 (1916.4)
     prostituting one’s divine, the sin of Lucifer and Caligastia, 136:6.9 (1519.2)
     time the one, intrusted to all will creatures, 28:6.9 (315.2)
     work of celestial artisans in harmonizing mortals’, 44:8.2 (507.7)
     young men of one, the Alpheus twins as, 139:10.8 (1564.2)

Talisman of the law, sometime use of a stone as a, 85:1.3 (945.1)
     magic, dolls used as, by barren wives, 88:6.4 (972.4)

Talk(s) about angels, Jesus’, 167:7.0 (1840.6–1841.6)
     about the kingdom, Jesus’, 157:4.0 (1746.5–1747.6)
     to the apostles on wealth, Jesus’, 165:5.0 (1823.1–1824.3)
     the first temple, 162:2.0 (1790.4–1792.4)
     with my Father in heaven, 123:3.6 (1360.1), 123:6.9 (1365.4)
     with Nathaniel, Jesus’, 159:4.0 (1767.3–1769.2)

Talmai identity of, 97:9.10 (1072.8)

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

Tao identity of, according to Lao-Tse, 94:6.8 (1034.3)
     the one First Cause of all creation, 94:6.3 (1033.6)

Taoism about, 131:8.0 (1451.4–1452.4)
     content of monotheistic truth in, 131:8.1 (1451.4)
     an element of the combined Tibetan religion, 94:10.1 (1038.5)
     lingering practices of, as amalgamated with Buddhism in China, 94:11.1 (1038.8)
     of the past, vs. that of the present, 94:5.2 (1032.4)

Taoist belief, in the doctrine of a universal Deity, 130:2.2 (1429.4)
     beliefs, on Urantia today, 92:6.7 (1011.5)

Tarentum embarking at, 133:2.0 (1470.2–1471.4)
     Jesus’ and Ganid’s interesting experience near, 133:1.0 (1468.4)

Tarichea apostles’ overnight stop in, 141:1.2 (1587.4)
     apostolic visit to, on second preaching tour, 149:0.1 (1668.1)
     Philip’s and Nathaniel’s first tour to, 138:1.1 (1538.3)

Tarim basin, culture of, vs. that of Tibetan centers, 79:6.5 (885.2)
     paintings revealing proof of the onetime presence of blonds and brunets in the, 79:1.8 (879.5)

Tarrying place of system Life Carriers, the sixth circle, 46:5.17 (524.8)
     -places, the many, in the Father’s universe, 180:3.4 (1947.3)
     sphere of certain unrevealed seraphim, the seventh circle, 46:5.22 (525.4)
     spheres, the lowest, 48:5.9 (551.4)
     and teaching by the seaside, 151:0.0 (1688.1–1697.1)
     time in Galilee, 137:0.0 (1524.1–1537.5)
     worlds of Orvonton, 28:7.2 (317.5)

Tarshish Jonah and his voyage to, 130:1.2 (1428.2)

Tasmania Andonic migration to, 64:1.6 (719.1)

Tattooing origin of, 70:7.10 (791.3), 89:8.3 (983.1)

Tax(es) coinage and the levying of, Sanhedrin’s ruling on, 174:2.5 (1899.5)
     collector(s), of Jericho, Zaccheus the, 171:6.1 (1873.4)
          Jesus’ experience with the, 126:5.5 (1393.2), 127:4.10 (1402.3)
          Matthew of a family of, 138:3.4 (1540.7), 139:7.1 (1559.5), 181:2.14 (1958.1)
          parable of the Pharisee and the, 167:5.1 (1838.2)
          secret clubs as, 70:7.18 (792.3)
          Zaccheus a, 171:6.1 (1873.4)
     control of citizenry over, a level of statehood, 71:8.6 (807.2)
     inheritance, early, 69:9.3 (780.6), 69:9.6 (780.9)
     Jesus’ and the apostles’ payment of, 129:1.8 (1420.5), 157:1.1 (1743.3), 185:3.1 (1991.1)
     rebellion against payment to Rome of, and the Zealots, 127:2.1 (1396.6)
     and suffrage, in the continental nation, 72:9.5 (817.9)
     temple, the episode of the, and Peter, 157:1.0 (1743.4–1744.3)

Taxation in the continental nation, 72:7.0 (815.1–816.5)
     earliest form of, 70:7.18 (792.3)
     by an Egyptian ruler, of his toiling subjects, to pay for sacrifices, 89:4.9 (978.6)
     enslavement, prevention of, a prerequisite of freedom, 70:12.15 (798.14)
     and a great problem in statehood, 71:5.2 (805.2)
     land, origin of, 69:9.15 (782.2)
     oppressive, of citizens of today’s great powers, 134:6.10 (1491.4)
     and the Roman census, 122:7.1 (1350.3)

Teacher(s) of Alexandria, one of Jesus’ names, 134:7.2 (1492.2)
     Andite emigrants as, 78:5.5 (873.1)
     ascending mortals as, in celestial personality corps, 37:10.5 (416.5)
     authoritative, Jesus an, 127:1.2 (1395.6)
     brotherhood, in schools of the Prince, 50:4.8 (575.9)
     chief, of the women’s corps, 190:0.5 (2029.5)
     classes for training, in Prince’s schools, 50:4.7 (575.8)
     divine, Jesus’ authority as a, 161:2.8 (1786.3)
     exaltation of, a natural human tendency, 128:4.6 (1413.2)
     faithful, tertiary seconaphim as, 28:7.3 (318.1)
     false, fate of, 140:3.20 (1571.7)
          Jesus’ references to, 155:6.6 (1731.4), 175:1.15 (1907.7), 176:1.4 (1913.3)
     field of Trinity Teacher Sons as, 7:6.6 (88.4)
     freedom of, a necessity, 71:7.4 (806.4)
     gospel, women as, 149:2.8 (1671.3)
     a great, belief of Mary that Jesus was destined to become, 122:3.3 (1347.1)
          prediction that Nazareth was to produce, 126:0.4 (1386.4)
     -healer, Jesus’ change from, to Son of God, 157:6.2 (1749.1)
          Jesus’ purpose as a, 157:6.6 (1749.5)
     Hebrew and Greek, the Master’s recognition of the good in, 140:8.20 (1582.1)
     instructions for, 159:3.0 (1765.3–1767.2)
     James Zebedee’s interest in Jesus as a, 129:1.12 (1421.2)
     Jesus the, 124:1.13 (1368.2), 124:2.8 (1369.4), 124:5.6 (1373.6), 127:1.7 (1396.4), 129:2.7 (1422.4), 130:0.5 (1427.5), 138:6.2 (1542.7), 141:7.10 (1594.4), 157:6.2 (1749.1)
     Joseph’s and Mary’s ability as, 122:5.7 (1349.3)
     man’s duty to reverence his, 175:1.10 (1907.2)
     Melchizedeks as, 35:2.7 (386.5)
     Michael to function on Urantia as a, 120:2.5 (1328.2)
     mission of bestowal Sons as, 20:6.4 (229.3)
     new, Andrew’s belief in Jesus’ being the, 137:1.1 (1524.2)
     -priests, the premier caste of, origin of, 79:4.6 (882.6)
     vs. pupil, 140:3.1 (1570.2)
     religious, influence of, on morality, philosophy, and religion, 92:5.7 (1009.1)
     of rest and spiritual-energy intake, 44:5.8 (505.5)
     of science and religion, failings of many, 103:7.7 (1138.5)
     Sethite priests as, 76:3.5 (850.1)
     Son(s), collaboration of, with finaliters on worlds of system stage of light and life, 55:8.5 (633.1)
          corps, length of service of, on an evolutionary world, 52:7.2 (598.5)
          epoch, significance of, 49:5.27 (567.7)
          future eras of, on Urantia, 45:4.21 (514.11)
          group advent of, on spiritualizing worlds, 52:7.2 (598.5)
          inauguration of final epoch of planetary attainment by the, 55:1.1 (622.1)
          invisibility of, to mortals, 37:2.9 (408.1)
          mission, scope of, 52:7.2 (598.5)
          schools of, on universe headquarters, 37:6.2 (412.2)
          time of leaving a planet by the, 52:7.8 (599.4)
          training of Trinitized Sons of Perfection by, 22:9.7 (253.1)
          a volunteer, on Urantia advisory council, 67:6.5 (759.8)
     true, appearance of, through the ages, 90:2.9 (988.5)
     of truth, periodic arrival of, in ancient times, 95:3.2 (1045.5)
     Urmian, respective religious groups’ support of the, 134:3.6 (1486.1)

Teaching(s) about accidents, 166:4.0 (1830.1–1831.3)
          the Father, 141:4.0 (1590.4–1591.5)
     of Amenemope, 95:4.0 (1046.2–6)
     apostles’ difficulty in understanding Jesus’, 138:4.3 (1541.5)
     conduct, of kingdom of heaven believers, vacillation in, 155:1.3 (1725.4)
     counselors, assistant teachers’ service to, 39:2.7 (430.3)
          functions of, 39:1.13 (428.7)
     of Jesus, actual, necessity for a revival of, 170:5.19 (1866.2)
          analysis of the methods of, 159:5.17 (1771.1)
          Asiatic religionists’ potential acceptance of the, 130:3.3 (1432.3)
          attitude of, toward morals and ethics, 121:5.17 (1338.2)
          Christianity’s tendency to obscure, 149:2.4 (1670.5)
          dynamic quality of, 141:3.6 (1590.1)
          eternal nature of, 170:5.21 (1866.4)
          an evaluation of the, 101:6.8 (1112.4)
          followers’ postresurrection departure from, 166:0.2 (1825.2)
          Greeks’ and Romans’ reaction to, 143:1.2 (1607.4)
          incomparable, religion’s need of leaders who will depend on, 195:9.4 (2082.9)
          vs. materialism, 195:6.2 (2076.7)
          perversion of, 140:8.20 (1582.1)
          positive mode of, 127:4.2 (1401.2)
          a religion for everybody, 140:8.29 (1583.3)
          result of honest acceptance of, 162:2.2 (1790.5)
          vs. teachings about him, 138:6.3 (1543.1)
          type of religion of, 140:8.23 (1582.4)
     Jesus’ assurance of the future understanding of his, 165:3.2 (1820.1)
          exemplification in his life of his, 157:6.4 (1749.3)
          one idea in, 157:6.2 (1749.1)
          recognition of the apostles’ slow discernment of his, 140:6.8 (1577.2)
          technique of, 138:8.10 (1546.1)
          warning against preaching about his, 138:6.3 (1543.1)
     of the kingdom, the two truths of first import in the, 141:7.6 (1593.7)
     the Master’s, unwillingness of present-day mortals to grasp, 143:5.11 (1614.5)
     negative, derivation of, 127:4.2 (1401.2)
     religious, Jesus’ refutation of contemporary, 161:2.8 (1786.3)
     in Sidon, 156:2.0 (1735.5–1736.5)
     in Solomon’s Porch, Jesus, 164:5.0 (1815.2–1816.3)
     tactics, the Master’s change in, 153:4.6 (1714.5)

Teamwork dependence of, on leadership, 81:6.37 (911.2)
     importance of, 28:5.14 (312.1)

Technical Advisers about, 25:4.0 (279.2–281.1)
          angels as, 25:0.4 (273.4), 26:1.10 (285.11), 39:8.3 (440.5)
          ascended primary supernaphim as, 27:0.1 (298.1)
          dependability of, 25:4.20 (281.1)
          functions of, 25:4.0 (279.2–281.1), 37:8.7 (414.2)
          Jerusem circle occupied by, 46:5.21 (525.3)
          make-up of working groups of, 25:4.11 (279.12)
          mansion world rendezvous of, 47:0.4 (530.4)
          number of, in Nebadon, 37:8.7 (414.2)
          an order of the Messenger Hosts of Space, 25:0.4 (273.4), 30:2.77 (336.24)
          progress of, unlimited, 25:4.20 (281.1)
          registered on Uversa, number of, 25:4.10 (279.11)
          training of, 25:4.13 (280.1)
     analysis, failures of, 12:9.4 (141.5)
     rightness as to fact, and everlasting wrongness in the truth, 48:6.33 (555.1)
     schools in the continental nation, 72:8.5 (817.2)
     spheres of education, at the constellation level, 43:7.3 (493.4)
     visits of Avonals, vs. magisterial and bestowal missions, 20:3.3 (226.3), 20:4.2 (226.6)

Technicians function of, 48:6.29 (554.3)

Teeth in ancestor of the grazing species, 61:2.8 (695.6)
     evolution of, in Urantia higher mammals, 65:6.5 (737.5)
     gradual alteration of, in many mammalian grazers, 61:3.2 (696.6)
     in mammals of early Cenozoic, 61:1.10 (694.2)
     set on edge, and eating of sour grapes, 145:2.5 (1630.1), 145:2.7 (1630.3)

Teherma identification of, 141:6.3 (1592.5)

Telephone number, vs. subscriber’s personality and character, 12:9.2 (141.3)
     a recent stage in the evolution of message sending, 69:4.7 (775.7)

Telescopes modern, space penetration of, 12:2.1 (130.3)
     more powerful, new galaxies to be revealed by, in the near future, 12:2.3 (130.5)
          unreal speed of recession of far-distant systems to appear to, 12:4.14 (134.3)
     spiral nebulae viewed by twentieth-century, and Andronover nebula, 57:3.2 (653.2)
     visibility of outer universes to present-day, 31:10.16 (354.2)

Temper James’s possession of a fiery, 139:3.2 (1552.6)
     John Zebedee’s, effect of, and later control over, 139:4.7 (1554.5)

Temperament difference in, of Andrew and Peter, 139:1.6 (1549.4)
          of Peter and Paul, 139:2.11 (1551.7)
     influence of, on man’s religious philosophy, 101:7.1 (1113.7)
          on religious experience, 100:1.6 (1095.1), 101:5.9 (1110.12)
     of Jesus as a youth, character of, 127:1.3 (1395.7)
     of John Zebedee, character and modification of, 139:3.5 (1553.1)
     of Joseph, 122:5.1 (1348.1)
     Judas surly and vindictive in, 193:4.13 (2057.1)
     of Jude, instability of, 127:4.7 (1401.7)
     many types of human, apostles to use parables to speak to, 151:3.1 (1691.4)
          represented by the twelve, 139:0.2 (1548.2)
     of Mary, 122:1.2 (1345.1), 122:5.2 (1348.2)

Temperamental classes, brotherhood of kingdom may include various, 195:10.14 (2085.6)
     feeling, diversity of, and spiritual unity, 141:5.2 (1591.7)
     handicap of Andrew, 139:1.10 (1550.1)
     Peter more, than usual, prior to trip up the mountain, 143:3.5 (1611.3)
     problems of Thomas, 139:8.10 (1562.4)

Temperance a cardinal virtue according to Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, 98:2.6 (1079.3)
     a fruit of the spirit, 34:6.13 (381.7)
     Jesus’ preaching of, 149:4.3 (1673.3)

Temperate climes, superior Sangiks’ selection of, 64:7.13 (728.2)
     zone, period of freedom of, from glacial age, 61:7.12 (702.2)

Temperature changes, output of short space rays as modified by, 58:3.2 (667.1)
     definition, 42:4.7 (473.5)
     of the earth at its center, 58:5.1 (668.3)
     in energy and matter transmutation, 42:4.10 (473.8)
     influence of, on electron escape, 42:7.9 (478.3)
     internal, of suns, 41:7.1 (463.1)
     of Jerusem, production of, 46:1.3 (519.4)
     low, effect of, on electronic construction and atomic assembly, 42:4.7 (473.5)
     maximum, of a sun, 41:9.1 (465.1)
     relation of, to gravity in energy and matter evolution, 42:4.10 (473.8)
     and short-space-ray production, 42:5.5 (475.1)
     sun, 41:7.1 (463.1)

Temple(s) accommodation for worshipers in the, 125:0.5 (1377.5)
     apostles’ appearance in the, to preach the message of a risen Messiah, 194:1.1 (2060.1)
     of Artemis, location of the, 133:6.1 (1477.8)
     of Baal, appearance of, in Jerusem, 97:9.21 (1074.3)
     barter, young Jesus’ questions about, 125:5.6 (1382.8)
     courts, Jesus’ freedom to publicly preach in the, reason for, 162:1.5 (1789.4)
          teaching in the, 162:5.5 (1795.4)
     destruction of the, and “end of the world,” 176:0.1 (1912.1), 176:1.6 (1913.5), 176:4.2 (1918.5)
     discourse, Jesus’ last, 175:0.0 (1905.1–1911.12)
     discussions, the boy Jesus’ formal admission to the, 125:4.3 (1382.1)
          the youthful Jesus’ reaction to, 125:0.1 (1377.1)
     of divine service, burial place of Adam and Eve, 76:5.5 (852.4)
     of the Father, Edenic, destruction of, 73:6.7 (826.4)
               location and character of, 73:5.1 (824.5)
          on transition world number seven, 47:9.2 (538.7)
     of the finaliters, location of, 47:1.2 (530.6)
     fires, sacred, virgins’ dedication to tending the, 89:8.1 (982.5)
     of God, physical bodies are, 1:4.2 (26.4), 143:2.4 (1609.5)
          those born of the Spirit are, 34:6.7 (381.1)
     of the Great Mother, in the Mithraic women’s cult, 98:5.5 (1082.6)
     guards, attempt of, to arrest Jesus’ followers, 186:3.1 (2000.4)
          continuous duty of, at Jesus’ tomb, 189:1.2 (2021.1)
          purpose of, to arrest Jesus in Gethsemane, 183:2.3 (1973.1)
     harlotry, Nabodad’s futile attacks against, 95:1.6 (1043.1)
          practice of, 87:6.15 (965.2), 89:7.4 (982.3)
     head tax, coin in the amount of, 173:1.3 (1889.1)
     humans’ long wasted effort on, 86:6.7 (956.3)
     and its services, Jesus’ youthful impressions of the, 124:6.14 (1375.8)
     Jerusalem, the beauty and grandeur of the, as extolled by Joseph, 124:3.6 (1370.4)
          the boy Jesus’ anticipation of his first visit to the, 125:0.3 (1377.3)
          building of, by Herod, 127:6.5 (1404.4)
               length of time of, 173:5.4 (1895.2)
          destruction of the, prediction of, 128:5.3 (1414.1), 176:0.1 (1912.1)
               by Roman armies, 176:4.2 (1918.5)
          John’s completion of Nazarite vows at the, 135:1.1 (1496.6)
          significance of, to the dispersed Jews, 121:6.8 (1339.4)
     Jesus’ and the apostles’ teaching in the, 142:1.1 (1596.3)
          body as a, and his promise to raise it up in three days, 173:5.4 (1895.2)
          first trip to the, 125:1.0 (1378.3–1379.1)
          promise to cleanse the, 125:6.9 (1384.5)
     of light, location of, on world of the Father, 45:1.9 (510.7)
     living, of spiritual fellowship, foundation of, 157:4.5 (1747.3)
     the Master’s final departure from the, 175:1.25 (1908.9)
     Mithraic, 98:5.5 (1082.6), 98:6.4 (1083.4), 132:0.5 (1456.1), 134:6.17 (1491.10)
     the morontia, on worlds of light and life, 55:1.0 (622.1–6)
     of New Life, radial wings of, number of, 47:3.5 (533.3)
     onetime fetish places, reason, 88:2.3 (969.1)
     of philosophy, in the continental nation, 72:3.5 (811.5), 72:8.4 (817.1)
     of the philosophy of religions, at Urmia, 134:3.1 (1485.3)
     the presentation in the, of the infant Jesus, 122:9.0 (1352.4–1353.27)
     of records, on system capitals, 39:4.16 (436.2), 46:5.22 (525.4)
     rulers, profits of, from temple commercial activities, 173:1.4 (1889.2)
          right of, to question Jesus’ authority to teach, 173:2.3 (1891.4)
     Samaritan, the onetime, on Mount Gerizim, 143:4.2 (1612.2)
     sleep, a method of healing disease, 90:4.4 (991.3)
     sun, building of European, 80:9.13 (898.8)
     -tax collector, episode of the, 157:1.0 (1743.3–1744.3)
     teachers, reaction of, to the boy Jesus’ questions, 125:4.3 (1382.1)
     of the unseen Father, location of, in Dalamatia, 66:3.4 (743.5), 66:4.13 (745.3)
     vacant, on Jerusem, sealing of, with insignia of Michael, 46:5.32 (527.1)
     of wisdom on Uversa, 28:5.10 (311.2)
     of worship on all worlds of mortal ascent, 44:3.5 (502.4)

Temporal affairs, Jesus’ non-meddling in his followers’, 165:4.4 (1821.4), 181:2.16 (1958.3)
     afflictions, man’s, the Creator’s knowledge of, 188:5.12 (2019.5)
     aspects of the kingdom, delivery to apostles of authority over the, 157:4.5 (1747.3), 159:1.3 (1762.5)
     duty, devotion to, influence of, on spirit sonship, 178:1.8 (1930.5)
          and spiritual service, simultaneous recognition of, 181:2.10 (1956.5)
     exaltation, Jews’ expectation of Israel’s, 136:1.3 (1509.5)
     inequalities, prerequisites to an understanding of, 116:0.1 (1268.1)
     institution, the family a, 140:8.14 (1581.1)
     Jesus’ kingdom declared by wise men not to be, 122:10.1 (1353.28)
     king, idea of Messiah as a, 122:5.10 (1349.6), 125:5.7 (1382.9), 170:0.1 (1858.1), 171:0.2 (1867.2), 171:4.3 (1871.5), 172:3.4 (1881.2), 185:3.6 (1991.6)
     kingdom, apostles’ persistent belief in a, consequence, 171:4.3 (1871.5)
          his followers’ belief in Jesus’ intention of inaugurating a, 171:0.2 (1867.2)
     life, apostolic anxiety regarding, 165:5.2 (1823.2)
          the essentials of, 160:4.2 (1778.5)
     living, a major problem of life, 160:4.1 (1778.4)
          provision for necessities of, 160:4.1 (1778.4)
     matters, nonapplication of spiritual teachings to, 142:7.17 (1605.2)
     order, in the earthly kingdom, man’s duty to maintain, 159:1.3 (1762.5)
     power, kingdom of heaven and the re-establishment of Israel as a, 140:8.1 (1579.3)
          nonemployment of, for furtherance of the spiritual kingdom, 178:1.6 (1930.3)
     prosperity, not indicative of God’s favor, 148:6.2 (1662.4)
     rule, Abraham’s abandonment of scheme of, 93:6.1 (1020.4)
     rule of Archelaus, rejection of, vs. that of Jesus in spiritual rule, 171:8.3 (1875.8)
     rulers, claim by, of descent from deity, 85:6.5 (948.5)
          improper requirement of homage due God by, result, 181:2.10 (1956.5)
          nonworship of by believers, 178:1.6 (1930.3)
          rendering of duty to, 178:1.8 (1930.5), 178:1.13 (1931.4), 181:2.10 (1956.5)
     securities, the vulnerability of, 100:2.7 (1096.4)
     sufferings, man’s lessening of his, 148:6.11 (1664.3)
     throne of Israel, Pilate’s recognition of Jesus’ noninterest in the, 185:3.6 (1991.6)
     the time shadow of the eternal, 170:5.2 (1864.2)
     upheavals, kingdom builders undisturbed by, 176:3.2 (1916.2)
     welfare, Adjusters’ extent of interest in mortals’, 110:1.3 (1204.1)

Temptation(s) advice of Jesus for meeting, 156:5.5 (1738.4)
     to angels of supervision to lead man in troublous ways, how to avoid, 178:1.10 (1931.1)
     by Caligastia, man’s present immunity to, 53:8.6 (610.2)
     character of the Master’s so-called, 136:6.1 (1517.3)
     of Eve, 75:3.0 (841.1–842.2)
     to immediate gratification of adventure urge, advice to man in dealing with, 195:5.10 (2076.1)
     Jesus’ discussion of, 150:6.1 (1683.3), 156:5.3 (1738.2)
          forty-day isolation not a time of great, 136:4.3 (1514.4), 136:4.5 (1514.6), 136:6.1 (1517.3)
     of Jesus to become the expected Messiah, his nonyielding to, 126:0.3 (1386.3)
          to use his powers to release John, 138:1.5 (1539.3)
     nature of Jesus’, on Mount Hermon, 134:8.6 (1493.5), 134:8.9 (1494.2), 136:3.1 (1512.5), 136:4.10 (1515.4)
     one of Jesus’ greatest, 128:4.1 (1412.4)
     of our Sovereign as we are, result, 128:1.5 (1408.2)
     the real cause of, 156:5.5 (1738.4)
     technique of triumph over, 156:5.5 (1738.4)
     youthful Jesus’ real, 126:0.1 (1386.1)

Ten Commandments, in Greek, Jesus’ writing of, on smooth boards, 126:4.9 (1392.7), 137:2.9 (1527.3)
          Hebrews’ receiving of the, at Mount Sinai, 96:4.4 (1056.6), 142:3.10 (1599.2)
          improvement of, on previous sets of taboos, 89:1.4 (975.1)
          Jesus’ intent to discuss, 140:6.6 (1576.6)
          negative, change of, to positive law of love, 142:3.22 (1599.14)
          the new, given by Moses at Sinai, 142:3.21 (1599.13)
               recording of two sets of, in the Scriptures, 142:3.21 (1599.13)
          the original, of children of Israel, 142:3.10 (1599.2–12)
          partial quoting of, to Matadormus, 163:2.4 (1801.7)
               quoting of, by Ganid, in his summary, 131:2.12 (1446.1)
     days of personal liberty after awakening on mansonia, 47:3.6 (533.4)
     divisions of life on Nebadon architectural worlds, 43:6.4 (492.4), 43:6.7 (492.7), 46:2.5 (521.2)
     grand divisions of matter, 42:3.2–12 (471.9–472.10)
     groups of wavelike energy manifestations, 42:5.2–12 (474.6–475.8)
     lepers, identity of the, significance, 166:2.0 (1827.6–1828.4)
     men, conditions for value of, in accomplishing work, 81:6.37 (911.2), 133:5.5 (1476.7)
     number, inherent in physical universes, 36:2.11 (397.11), 42:9.2 (479.7)
     variations of intellectual activity among the univitatia, 43:7.2 (493.3)
     virgins, parable of, in the writings of Selta, 176:2.8 (1915.5)

Tenderheartedness a worthy attribute, 140:5.16 (1575.1)

Tenderness Jesus’, 141:3.4 (1589.5)
     not an unmanly trait, 140:5.16 (1575.1)

Tension(s) between personal and nonpersonal reality, result, 11:9.3 (127.1)
     in the cosmos, man’s striving for God-attainment the cause of, 116:7.6 (1276.7)
     in creations circling Paradise, God’s setting up of, 117:4.14 (1285.3)
     divinity, resolution of, by evolution of immortal soul, 116:7.6 (1276.7)
     elastic, of Paradise presence, 11:8.9 (126.5)
     emotional, prayer an avoidance of, 196:0.10 (2088.5)
     of energy universe, nondiscernibility of personality survival in, 101:10.1 (1116.2)
     of functional duty, need of most beings for release from, 48:4.11 (548.6)
     Jesus’ relief of, with smiles, 157:4.3 (1747.1), 179:2.1 (1937.7)
     Nathaniel’s technique of relieving, 139:6.6 (1559.1)
     nervous, among the apostles, Jesus’ solution to problem of, 143:3.1 (1610.4)
          injurious, humor as a preventer of, 48:4.19 (549.6)
     -presence of living Paradise force organizers, the primary differentiating function of, 42:2.7 (469.7)
          of Universal Absolute, significance of, 0:11.11 (15.1)
     reality, set up by power potential of sovereignty of experiential supremacy, 56:6.1 (641.2)
     time, of personality, worship the relaxer of, 143:7.3 (1616.5), 160:1.12 (1774.4)
     -trends set up by Associate Transcendental Master Force Organizers, 42:2.12 (470.3)
     of the Universal Absolute, potential presence of First Source in, 3:1.8 (45.6)
     Universal Absolute a resolver of certain cosmic, 0:3.21 (6.1), 0:4.5 (7.3), 0:11.10 (14.8), 0:11.13 (15.3), 12:4.5 (133.7), 12:4.16 (134.5), 105:3.8 (1156.5)
     universe, of man’s distance from God, Adjuster the equalizer of, 107:0.5 (1176.5)
     within infinity resulting in possibility for universe growth, 115:3.9 (1262.6)

Tentmaker(s) Jesus a, in Antioch, 132:0.10 (1456.6), 134:7.3 (1492.3)
     Paul, Aquila, and Priscilla as, 133:3.12 (1473.5)
     -teacher, Paul a, 89:3.6 (977.1)

Terah identity and importance of, 93:5.3 (1018.8)

Terminal bestowal(s) of Michael, 20:4.4 (227.2), 43:3.8 (489.3), 45:4.16 (514.6), 52:5.2 (595.7), 53:8.2 (609.5), 101:6.17 (1113.6), 114:2.2 (1251.5), 119:7.1 (1316.4), 119:8.8 (1319.1), 120:0.1 (1323.1), 120:1.1 (1325.3)
          of Paradise Sons, 21:5.9 (241.3), 52:5.2 (595.7), 109:6.3 (1200.3)
     judgment of the present age, speculations about, 176:4.5 (1919.2)
     mission of Teacher Sons, final acts of, 55:1.1 (622.1), 55:4.8 (627.6)
          frequency of fusion at time of, 55:2.2 (623.2)
          John’s comments on conclusion of, 52:7.11 (599.7)
     rest of time, awakening from, 25:8.5 (283.6), 26:11.6 (297.3)
          preliminaries to, 24:6.3 (270.1), 26:7.4 (293.2)
     transition slumber, the mortal’s, a supernaphim’s ministry in, 113:3.4 (1244.5)

Terminator(s) of an age, Jesus the, 136:1.3 (1509.5)
     dispensation, Avonals’ function as, 20:2.5 (225.4)

Terrestrial cataclysms, kingdom builders undisturbed by, 176:3.2 (1916.2)
     energy, regulation of flow of, 57:8.18 (662.5)
     environment, manipulation of, by seraphim, 113:3.5 (1244.6)
     escape, classification of mortals according to techniques of, 49:5.8 (565.9), 49:5.32 (568.3), 49:6.0 (568.4–570.10)
          role of seraphim in, 49:6.4 (568.7)

Territorial communities, tribes as, 70:3.3 (787.3)
     state, collapse of, during dark ages, 71:1.24 (801.12)
          influence of patriotism on evolution of the, 134:5.8 (1488.6)
          origin of the modern, 70:4.1 (788.3)
          struggle of, with clan groups, 71:1.23 (801.11), 134:5.8 (1488.6)
     voting in the continental nation, 72:2.3 (809.4), 72:9.6 (818.1)

Territory definite, an essential to modern national life, 71:1.8 (800.10)
          and the Roman state, 71:1.20 (801.8)
     unoccupied, and the value of human life, 68:6.3 (769.8)

Tertiaphim about, 28:1.0 (306.7–9)
     length of service of, as Creator Son assistants, 28:1.3 (306.9)
     a lone, a companion of Michael on his second bestowal, 119:2.4 (1311.3)
     members of the family of the Infinite Spirit, 30:1.83 (332.29)
     ministering spirits in the superuniverses, 26:1.5 (285.6), 26:1.13 (286.1), 28:0.6 (306.6), 30:2.85 (336.32)
     as Most High Assistants, 37:4.2 (409.7), 37:8.10 (414.5)
     origin of, 26:1.13 (286.1), 28:1.1 (306.7)
     Technical Advisers recruited from ranks of, 25:4.5 (279.6)

Tertiary circuit supervisor number 572,842, function of, on Salvington, 24:1.11 (266.1)
     finites, existence of, 106:1.1 (1163.14)
     Lanondandek(s), Mansurotia a, 45:3.3 (512.3)
          number of, in Nebadon, 35:8.6 (392.6)
          rebellion of some, 35:9.6 (393.6)
          see also Lanonandek(s), tertiary
     maximums, of finite reality, a definition, 105:5.10 (1158.10)
     seconaphim, about, 28:6.0 (313.5–317.3)
          number of, in each created group, 28:3.1 (307.3)
          relation of, to ascending creatures of time, 28:7.2 (317.5)
     supernaphim, about, 26:3.0 (288.1–289.3)
          classification of, 26:3.3 (288.3)
          function of, 26:3.1 (8.1)
          God the Supreme involved in creation of, 24:7.9 (271.8)
          origin of, 26:2.7 (287.6)
          Spirits of the Circuits creators of, 26:2.7 (287.6)

Test(s) apostolic, at Caesarea-Philippi, 155:3.2 (1727.2)
     of the circle, selection of, 26:5.5 (291.5)
     Jesus’ passing of his supreme human, 182:3.11 (1970.1)
     Judas and his great, 139:12.11 (1567.4)

Testimony contradictory, at Jesus’ trial, result, 184:3.6 (1982.7)

Texas two senators from, the same as for smaller states, 134:5.14 (1489.5)

Textbook Jewish priests’ intention to prepare a, for their fellows in captivity, 97:7.3 (1068.3)

Thaddeus cupbearer at the Last Supper, 179:2.2 (1938.1)
     and Lebbeus, or James and Judas Alpheus, 139:10.5 (1563.6)

Thanks audible, for food, Jesus’ neglect of, on Mt. Sartaba, 143:3.4 (1611.2)
     Jesus’ first offering of, at the Last Supper, 179:2.2 (1938.1)
          offering of, at feeding of the five thousand, 152:2.9 (1701.4)

Thanksgiving discourse of Jesus on, at Jotapata, 146:2.1 (1638.1)
     lack of spirit of, in prayer, 146:2.15 (1640.4)
     mealtime, use of seven Dalamatia commands for, 66:7.16 (751.11)
     message of, sent by new Havona arrivals to their Creator Son, 30:4.28 (343.3)
     prayers of, group participation in, 146:2.12 (1640.1)

Thebes the capital of Egypt, under Tutankhamen, 95:5.10 (1048.4)

Theologian(s) John Zebedee the leading apostolic, 139:4.15 (1555.8)
     vs. prophets in religious development, 102:8.6 (1128.2)

Theologic definitions of God, need for change in the, 5:5.12 (69.7)
     egotism, appearance of, with revealed religion, 92:7.2 (1012.3)
     philosophy, the producer of religion, 103:1.4 (1130.3)

Theological arrogance, vs. certainty of faith, 92:7.3 (1012.4)
     beliefs, mere, vs. religion, 100:2.2 (1095.6)
     uniformity, not a requirement to the security of a religious group, 103:5.12 (1135.2)

Theology ability of, to evaluate religious experience, 101:2.17 (1107.7)
     contrast of, with psychology, 101:2.17 (1107.7), 103:6.1 (1135.3)
     a definition, 5:5.6 (69.1), 90:5.7 (993.1), 101:2.17 (1107.7), 103:1.5 (1130.4), 103:6.1 (1135.3), 103:9.6 (1141.4)
     vs. metaphysics, 103:6.2 (1135.4), 103:9.1 (1140.7)
     the mission of, 103:9.6 (1141.4)
     not the producer of religion, 103:1.4 (1130.3)
          a science, reasons, 103:6.1 (1135.3)
     personality of God not validated by, 1:7.5 (31.5)
     vs. religion, 91:2.5 (996.3), 103:9.6 (1141.4)

Thermal activities, effect of, on atoms, 42:3.8 (472.6)

Thief coming of, at an unexpected hour, and the Son of Man’s departure, 165:5.6 (1824.2)
     on the cross, 187:4.0 (2008.8–2010.1)

Thing(s) characteristics of a, 195:6.17 (2078.3)
     and energy, 9:4.5 (102.5)
     man’s experience in and with, objective validation of, 16:6.10 (192.6)
     meanings, and values, 0:0.3 (1.3), 9:0.4 (98.4), 16:6.10 (192.6), 21:6.3 (242.2), 100:2.4 (1096.1), 100:4.4 (1098.1), 102:2.5 (1120.2), 103:7.13 (1139.5), 105:5.10 (1158.10), 106:0.19 (1163.13)
     relation of, to God, 9:0.4 (98.4)
     of universal reality, 0:0.3 (1.3)

Thinker(s) great, of Buddhism, among the best minds of Asia, 94:11.7 (1039.6)
          of the Jewish world, heard by the young Jesus in the synagogue, 123:5.10 (1363.3)
     James Zebedee a well-balanced, 139:3.7 (1553.3)
     Jesus an original, 124:1.13 (1368.2)
     John the Baptist a clear, 135:4.5 (1499.5)
     Joseph a, 122:5.5 (1349.1)
     Judas a good but not always honest, 139:12.2 (1566.1)
     Peter a quick, 139:2.4 (1550.7)
     real, few of, among mortals, 110:7.6 (1213.1)
     Thomas a logical, 139:8.12 (1562.6)
     wrong, rehabilitation of, 2:3.6 (37.4)

Thinking alike, not necessary to being alike spiritually, 141:5.1 (1591.6)
     critical, the parable’s provocation of, 151:3.6 (1692.5)
     evil, human, and Thought Adjuster, 3:1.5 (45.3)
     inauguration of new ways of, 68:4.5 (767.5)
     keen, honest, and discriminating, a prerequisite to sound philosophy, 101:7.2 (1113.8)
     of men and women, differences in, advantages, 84:6.5 (938.9)
     schools of, on the mansion worlds, 48:5.6 (551.1)
     surrender of, to wisdom, 112:2.11 (1228.6)

Third bestowal of Michael, 119:3.0 (1312.2–1313.3), 120:0.4 (1324.1)
          see also Bestowal(s)
     cosmic circle, 49:6.8 (569.3), 49:6.13 (570.2), 55:4.2 (626.13), 108:2.7 (1187.6), 109:2.3 (1196.5), 110:6.14 (1210.9), 110:6.20 (1211.5), 110:6.22 (1212.1), 112:4.12 (1231.12), 113:1.8 (1242.3), 113:2.1 (1242.4)
          see also Psychic, circles
     day, Adjuster-indwelt children going to the probationary nursery on the, 49:6.11 (569.6)
          after Adam’s death, special resurrection of Adam and Eve and associates on the, 76:6.2 (853.3)
          burial of the dead on the, an example of a triad in human customs, 104:0.2 (1143.2)
          increasing numbers of mortals going to judgment on the, as ages pass, 49:6.9 (569.4)
          Jesus’ declarations concerning his rising on the, 171:4.2 (1871.4), 171:4.8 (1872.5), 186:3.4 (2001.2), 188:1.8 (2013.7), 188:2.1 (2014.1), 188:2.2 (2014.2), 189:5.1 (2027.5), 190:1.3 (2030.2), 190:1.5 (2030.4), 190:5.4 (2035.1), 191:0.2 (2037.2), 191:2.1 (2040.2), 193:0.2 (2052.2)
          Jewish beliefs concerning nonreturn from the tomb after the, 167:4.3 (1837.2), 168:1.14 (1845.5)
          Michael’s bestowal appearances on the, after departure from Salvington, 119:1.3 (1309.4), 119:2.4 (1311.3), 119:3.3 (1312.4), 119:3.4 (1312.5), 119:4.2 (1313.5)
               return from a bestowal mission on the, 119:2.7 (1312.1), 119:3.4 (1312.5)
          or period, personality reassembly of survivors on the, 112:5.15 (1234.4)
          personalizing of surviving mortals on mansion worlds on the, 30:4.11 (341.1)
          summoning of the Adjuster to the mansion world on the, 112:4.13 (1232.1)
          resurrection of bestowal Sons on, 20:6.6 (229.5), 52:5.6 (596.4)
          return of Machiventa to duty as planetary receiver on the, 93:10.1 (1024.3)
          those going to judgment on the, signalized by archangel of record, 47:8.4 (538.2)
     epochal revelation, 92:4.7 (1007.7)
     Havona circuit, see Havona—Worlds and Circuits, circuit(s)
     mansion world, 47:5.0 (535.5–536.1)
     Master Spirit, 16:3.6 (187.3)
          see also Master Spirit(s)
     mind adjutant, 34:4.10 (378.4), 36:5.2 (401.6), 36:5.8 (402.5), 46:7.5 (528.3), 62:6.3 (709.4)
          see also Adjutant(s); Mind(s)—Adjutants
     morontia gas present in atmosphere of architectural worlds, 43:1.3 (486.2)
     mortal epoch, 74:2.8 (830.3)
          see also Epochs, planetary mortal
     outer space level, see Outer space, levels
     part of the stars of heaven in John’s writing, meaning of, 53:7.7 (608.3)
     preaching tour of Galilee, 150:0.0 (1678.1–1687.2)
     stage of light and life, see Light, and life
     -stage spirit existence, ascenders’ attainment of, 31:3.4 (348.1)
     superuniverse see Superuniverse(s), number three
     Triunity, see Triunity(ies)

Third Person deitization of the, 8:1.7 (91.4)
     of Deity, acknowledgment of dependence by, upon God the Son, 8:1.2 (90.6)
          divine dignity of, 8:4.7 (95.2)
          equality of, with First and Second Persons, 8:1.2 (90.6), 10:7.1 (115.3)
          existence of, at the center of all things, not invalidated by other activities, 8:4.6 (95.1)
          fraternity of the, with the Second Person, 10:2.3 (110.1)
          God the Spirit the, 0:2.14 (4.8), 8:0.3 (90.3), 8:2.3 (92.4), 8:5.1 (95.4)
          the Infinite Spirit, 8:0.3 (90.3)
               see also Infinite Spirit
          the intellectual center and administrator of the mind realms, 9:1.5 (99.4)
          intellectual reality of the, ability of ascendant pilgrims on Paradise to contact, 26:7.5 (293.3)
          inward passing of lines of spirit force and intelligence to the, 16:2.3 (186.2)
          mortal man may know presence of the, 9:2.5 (100.7)
          nature of, the spirit of mercy ministry, 7:4.6 (85.7)
          one of the seven Absolutes of Infinity, 105:3.5 (1156.2)
          Paradise presence of the, Personal Aids of the Infinite Spirit exist to assist the, 24:3.2 (268.2)
          personality existence of the, 10:1.4 (109.2)
          pledge of loyalty by, to God the Father, 8:1.2 (90.6)
          possession of personality attributes by, 8:6.3 (96.5)
          remoteness of origin of personalities from, effect of, 3:1.11 (46.3)
          the source of mind, 9:5.4 (103.2)
          source of mind-gravity circuit, 9:6.8 (104.6)
          spiritual character of the, distinguishable from intellectual nature, 9:4.1 (102.1)
               illumination of the, sent forth by the Seven Master Spirits, 13:0.5 (143.5)
          the Third Source and Center the, 105:3.5 (1156.2)
          universal ministry of mercy of, 8:4.7 (95.2)
     functioning of, in his spiritual ministry, 9:2.3 (100.5)
     the mind of the, the absolute mind, 9:4.2 (102.2)
     relation of, to First and Second Persons, 8:3.8 (94.1)
     representation of, on the worlds, 8:4.7 (95.2)
     supreme ruler in domain of created mind, 9:5.2 (102.8)

Third Source and Center about, 0:3.4 (5.3)
     absolute mind of the, 6:6.3 (78.6)
     agencies of, functions of, 7:6.4 (88.2), 9:3.5 (101.5), 104:4.13 (1148.12)
     antigravity a force of the, 7:1.2 (82.1), 9:3.2 (101.2)
     associate and executive of Father and Son, 8:1.8 (91.5)
     attributes of the, 9:1.0 (98.6–100.2)
     beings of, agencies in early universe organization, 32:2.1 (358.3)
     capacity for mind-gravity function of, 12:3.10 (132.4)
     cosmic mind’s relation to mind of, 9:7.3 (105.3), 16:6.1 (191.4)
     distribution of, no detraction from personality, 8:6.1 (96.3)
     eternalization of, with central creation, 8:3.1 (93.3)
     fragmentations of premind spirit of the, 30:1.101 (333.9)
     functional family of the, 9:8.14 (107.2)
     functions of the, 10:6.1 (114.2), 21:2.7 (236.5)
     grand universe representation of the, 9:8.6 (106.4)
     individualized portion of spirit of, and reawakening of primitive mortals, 49:6.6 (569.1)
     the Infinite Spirit, 14:6.17 (161.4)
          see also Infinite Spirit
     infinity of mind of the, 9:5.1 (102.7)
     lack of representation of, on superuniverse headquarters, 9:8.3 (106.1)
     mercy-ministry attitude of spiritual personalities of the, 7:4.6 (85.7)
     mind characteristics of the, 8:2.8 (93.2), 9:7.3 (105.3)
     names and titles of the, 0:2.14 (4.8), 8:2.2 (92.3), 9:1.1 (98.6), 9:1.5 (99.4)
     non-Father personality bestowal of, 9:8.9 (106.7)
     one of the Seven Absolutes of Infinity, 105:3.5 (1156.2)
     a person, 8:6.1 (96.3)
     personalities of, a function of the, 10:6.3 (114.4)
     power-control creatures of the, 9:3.6 (101.6)
     relation of, to man’s practical affairs, 5:3.5 (66.1)
     relation of Creator Sons to, in universe making, 21:2.2 (235.5)
     revelation of law a function of the, 10:6.1 (114.2)
     Seven Master Spirits’ representation of, 16:4.1 (189.2)
     source of Solitary Messengers, 23:1.8 (257.3)
     superiority of, to physical gravity, 9:1.7 (100.1)
     the universal unifier, 9:0.2 (98.2)

Thirst for the living water, Jesus’ recognition of Nalda’s, 143:5.6 (1613.4)
     for righteousness, a prerequisite to kingdom entrance, 170:2.22 (1861.4), 193:2.2 (2054.3)
               see also Righteousness, hunger and thirst for
     spiritual, Spirit of Truth and, 162:6.1 (1795.5)

Thirteen unlucky, 88:1.6 (968.1)

Thirty divisions of frandalanks, 29:4.37 (328.6)
     electrons nearest the nucleus, characteristics of, 42:7.8 (478.2)
     energy systems in gravita domain, 15:8.2 (175.5)
     forms of physical energy, 29:4.28 (327.4)
     phases of energy in the seven superuniverses, 42:2.14 (470.5), 44:5.2 (504.6)
     physical energies of space, 29:4.20 (326.2)
          of the superuniverse power charge, 29:4.25 (327.1)
     pieces of silver, Judas’s reaction to his reward of, 186:1.3 (1998.1), 186:1.6 (1998.4)
          Judas’s willingness to sell his friend for, 139:12.13 (1567.6)
     pivotal individuals in establishment of Christianity in Rome, 132:0.5 (1456.1)

Thomas Didymus about, 138:2.5 (1539.8), 139:8.0 (1561.1–1563.1)
     age of, when chosen as an apostle, 139:8.2 (1561.2)
     apostles’ delay in Jerusalem due to the emotional disturbance of, 191:4.6 (2042.3)
     attempt of, to persuade Norana to leave, 156:1.4 (1734.6)
     attitude of, at Gilboa, concerning the kingdom, 144:1.7 (1618.1)
     brooding of, at Bethpage, 191:0.1 (2037.1)
     characteristics of, 139:8.4 (1561.4), 139:8.12 (1562.6)
     death of, 139:8.13 (1563.1)
     depression(s) of, active prior to the rest period on Mount Sartaba, 143:3.5 (1611.3)
          Jesus’ knowledge of, 139:8.10 (1562.4)
     discussion of, with Rodan, 160:0.1 (1772.1)
     and his associates, labor of, at Edrei, 159:3.1 (1765.3)
     influence of, on fellow apostles, 167:4.7 (1838.1)
     interpretation of the parable of the sower by, 151:2.5 (1690.3)
     Jesus’ calling of, 138:5.1 (1542.2)
          final personal admonition to, 181:2.26 (1961.5)
     vs. Judas as an apostle, 193:4.3 (2056.1)
     loyalty statement of, 138:7.3 (1544.2)
     manager of the apostolic itinerary, 138:10.7 (1547.7)
     the Master’s influence on, 139:8.3 (1561.3)
     and Matthew, preaching partners, 150:4.1 (1681.8)
     morontia Jesus’ talk with, on service, 192:2.9 (2048.5)
     opposition of, to proclaiming Jesus king, 152:2.5 (1700.6)
     query of, concerning accidents, 166:4.1 (1830.1)
          regarding differences in Judaism and Jesus’ religion, 155:4.2 (1728.2)
          regarding evil, 148:4.1 (1659.8)
     question of, whether apostles should have everything in common, 140:6.13 (1577.7)
     questions of, at Bethany, 142:7.1 (1603.2)
     reactions of, to Jesus’ triumphal entry, 172:5.9 (1886.1)
     reprimand of, by Jesus, 142:7.17 (1605.2)
     request of, at Gilboa, concerning prayer, 144:1.9 (1618.3)
     selection of, by Philip, 138:2.5 (1539.8)
     separation of, from his associates, reason, 191:0.12 (2038.7)
     short retirement of, after Pentecost, 193:6.4 (2058.3)
     statement of, concerning the Master and the kingdom, 145:5.10 (1636.3)
     wife of, attitude of, at his joining the apostles, 139:8.3 (1561.3)

Thor a god of certain white tribes in northern Europe, 80:5.4 (893.6), 85:6.4 (948.4)

Those above Name and Number identity, 22:4.1 (246.6)
     see also Those without Name and Number

Those High in Authority abilities of, outstanding, 22:3.0 (246.2)
     about, 22:3.0 (246.2–5)
     attachment of, to governments of Perfections of Days, 18:4.4 (210.7)
     field of activity of, 22:3.2 (246.3), 28:6.15 (316.2)
     functions of, 15:12.1 (180.2), 22:3.3 (246.4)
     one of, presenter of Paper 25, 25:8.12 (284.5)
     origin of, 15:10.12 (178.12), 22:3.1 (246.2)
     relation of, to Perfectors of Wisdom, 19:2.4 (216.2)
     Trinity-embraced sons, 22:1.1 (243.6)
     Trinitized Sons of Attainment, 22:1.10 (244.1)

Those without Name and Number, about, 22:4.0 (246.6–247.6)
     attachment of, to governments of Perfections of Days, 18:4.4 (210.7)
     function of, in Uversa courts, 15:12.1 (180.2)
     one of, presenter of Paper 31, 31:10.21 (354.7)
     origin of, 15:10.12 (178.12)
     qualifications of, 22:4.3 (247.2)
     significance of the name, 22:4.1 (246.6)
     Trinity-embraced sons, 22:1.1 (243.6)
     Trinitized Sons of Attainment, 22:1.10 (244.1)

Thoth identity of, 95:2.6 (1044.5)

Thought(s) certain abrupt presentations of, frequency of Adjuster being source of, 110:4.3 (1207.3)
     Changers, identity of, 107:0.7 (1177.1)
     Controllers, identity of, 107:0.7 (1177.1)
     cosmic gulf between matter and, 112:2.10 (1228.5)
     cosmologic levels of, factors in attainment of, 56:10.5 (646.6)
     exchange, Adamic, mechanism of, 74:6.6 (834.8)
     of the Father, expression of, 0:11.1 (13.6)
     -Father, Word-Son the avenue of spirit expression of the, 56:2.1 (638.5)
     vs. feelings in leading one Godward, 101:1.3 (1104.6)
     function of every impulse of a, 56:10.14 (647.5)
     of God higher than your thoughts, 97:7.5 (1068.5), 131:2.3 (1444.3)
     -God, supreme desire of the, 8:0.1 (90.1)
     Jesus’ knowledge of man’s, 161:2.7 (1786.2), 161:3.2 (1787.4)
     preservers, function of, 44:4.2 (503.2)
     recorders, function of, 44:4.2 (503.2)
     religious and philosophic, development of, specialized, 52:2.4 (591.4)
     sordid and selfish, a torment to Adjusters, 108:6.2 (1193.1)
     supreme assertion of, a requisite for, 3:5.9 (51.8)
     technique of, of Havona, vs. Urantia thinking, 14:5.2 (158.5)
     Universal Father’s “first,” expression of the, 8:0.1 (90.1)

Thought Adjuster(s) after death, 112:4.0 (1231.1–1232.1)
     an analysis of the origin and nature of, 107:1.0 (1177.2–1178.1)
     Andon’s and Fonta’s fusion with, 63:7.2 (717.3)
          reception of, 63:6.9 (717.1)
     apparent function of, as a subjective phenomenon, 196:3.21 (2095.5)
     approved method of attempting to contact the, 100:5.7 (1099.5)
     the arousal of a perfection hunger in man by the, 102:1.6 (1119.5)
     the arrival of the, and the emergence of one’s moral impulses, 103:2.5 (1131.4)
     arrival of, in great numbers on Urantia, time of, 63:6.9 (717.1)
     attachment of reality by the, to man’s spiritual insight into the cosmos, 102:3.12 (1122.8)
     attainment of immortality by mortal subjects of, 110:7.0 (1212.2–1213.5)
     attitude of, toward man’s altruistic impulses, 103:2.10 (1131.9)
          toward man’s egoistic motive, 103:2.10 (1131.9)
          toward man’s will, 66:8.6 (753.2)
     automatic preparation of all normal minds for reception of, 34:5.4 (379.4)
     bestowal of, provision for upstepping creatures of time, 7:4.4 (85.5)
          proof of the Father’s magnanimity, 32:4.11 (364.1)
     Brahmanism’s close approach to the idea of, 94:3.6 (1030.6)
     the channel through which God adjusts with the mind of imperfection, 3:2.5 (47.3)
     characterization of, 16:8.3 (194.3), 34:5.4 (379.4), 108:4.3 (1190.4), 109:1.3 (1195.4)
     classification of, 107:2.0 (1178.2–1179.3)
     classification of mortals with relation to, reason for, 40:5.4 (445.5)
     and coherence of mortals, 2:7.7 (42.8)
     comparison of, with the Supreme, 117:6.3 (1288.2)
     comparison of Philo and Paul as to concept of, 121:6.5 (1339.1)
     contribution of, in making truth accessible to man, 101:6.4 (1111.8)
     co-operation with, 110:3.0 (1205.5–1206.8)
     as a cosmic window, 103:0.1 (1129.1)
     definition, 3:1.9 (46.1), 34:5.4 (379.4), 120:2.6 (1328.3)
     detachment of, from Caligastia one hundred, 66:4.9 (744.8), 67:4.5 (758.3)
     development of, 109:1.0 (1195.2–1196.2)
     the divine affection of a, 110:0.2 (1203.2)
     and divine love for mortals, 2:5.10 (40.2)
     divine origin of the, 7:5.2 (86.3), 19:5.6 (220.1), 86:7.6 (957.2), 107:4.1 (1180.4)
     the Divinington home of, 107:3.0 (1179.4–1180.3)
     erroneous concepts of guidance by, 110:5.0 (1207.7–1208.6)
     of extraordinary versatility, a reservist’s possession of a, 114:7.6 (1257.6)
     facilitates personal communion, 1:7.1 (31.1)
     a fragment of God, 103:2.10 (1131.9)
     function of the, in the human mind, 108:4.1 (1190.2)
          in the minds of children, 123:2.1 (1357.5)
          at mortals’ death, 39:2.13 (431.2), 112:3.5 (1230.3)
          in worship, 5:3.7 (66.3)
     fusion, about, 112:7.0 (1237.3–1240.1)
          essential to attainment of Paradise, 5:1.11 (64.2)
     fusion of Andon and Fonta with, and learning their Nebadon names, 63:0.3 (711.3)
     as God in man, 108:6.0 (1192.6–1194.1)
     and human personality, 109:4.0 (1198.4–1199.1)
          will, 110:2.0 (1204.5–1205.4)
     identity of, 0:5.9 (8.9), 1:7.1 (31.1), 16:8.3 (194.3), 107:1.5 (1177.6)
     independence of, 108:4.3 (1190.4)
     indwelling of mortal minds by, 34:6.4 (380.5), 44:0.19 (498.10), 110:1.0 (1203.3–1204.4)
     influence of, on man’s religious insight, 103:0.1 (1129.1), 117:3.6 (1282.1)
          on religion, 92:0.5 (1003.5), 103:9.8 (1141.6)
          in the translation of man’s sense of duty into faith, 102:1.1 (1118.4)
     isolation of, 32:4.6 (363.4)
     Jesus’, admonitions of, concerning use of creative power, 137:4.12 (1530.4)
          arrival of, significance of, 123:2.1 (1357.5), 196:1.7 (2091.3)
          conscious contact with his, 129:1.14 (1421.4)
          constant communion with his, 136:2.5 (1512.1)
          direct communion with his, vs. mystical experiences, 100:5.10 (1100.1)
          existence of, apart from Jesus’ mortal being, 188:3.4 (2014.7)
          leading of, to go to Mount Hermon, 134:7.6 (1492.6)
          personalization of, at his baptism, 136:2.3 (1511.2)
               significance of, 136:3.4 (1513.1)
     lack by, of special mechanism for self-expression, 101:1.2 (1104.5)
          of relaxation or energy intake by, 107:6.7 (1183.2)
     Machiventa’s, unique significance of, 93:2.7 (1016.1)
     man indwelt by a, 5:1.7 (63.5)
     man’s ability to consecrate his human mind to the spiritual urges of the, 118:8.2 (1301.7)
          most effective means of contacting his, 91:2.6 (996.4), 91:6.7 (1000.1)
          relation to, compared with the relation of the Supreme to the Paradise Trinity, 116:7.5 (1276.6)
     material handicaps to indwelling by, 109:5.0 (1199.2–6)
     mindedness of, 107:5.0 (1181.4–1182.2)
     mission of, 2:1.7 (34.6), 49:5.31 (568.2), 108:0.0 (1185.1–1194.2), 108:5.0 (1191.2–1192.5)
     mortal mind, when fused with, partakes of threefold spirit endowment, 56:3.5 (639.5)
     mortal superconscious zone of contact with the, 100:5.6 (1099.4)
     nature and presence of, 107:4.0 (1180.4–1181.3)
     need of, to acquire experience, 109:1.3 (1195.4)
     nonindwelling of Adam and Eve in the first Garden by, 76:5.2 (852.1)
     nonpossession of, by Material Sons, 51:1.6 (581.3)
     not personalities but real entities, 107:7.1 (1183.3)
     the one truly divine and objective reality associated with mortals, 196:3.21 (2095.5)
     organization and administration of, 108:3.0 (1188.3–1190.1)
     origin of, 3:1.9 (46.1), 5:0.1 (62.1), 9:2.3 (100.5), 40:4.1 (444.4), 107:1.0 (1177.2–1178.1), 117:6.3 (1288.2)
     Paradise rendezvous of, 13:1.4 (144.4)
     and the persistence of true values, 109:6.0 (1200.1–1201.1)
     and personality, 107:7.0 (1183.3–1184.2)
     personality as affected by, 16:8.3 (194.3)
     personalized, about, 40:4.0 (444.4–445.1)
          destiny of, 109:7.0 (1201.2–1202.1)
          see also Personalized Adjuster(s)
     possible relation of, to Inspired Trinity Spirits, 19:5.6 (220.1)
     possibly all volunteers, 108:1.2 (1185.4)
     is prepersonal, 1:5.10 (28.7)
     prerequisite to indwelling of mortal minds by, 65:4.9 (735.8), 108:2.0 (1186.8–1188.2)
     presence of, in man, a revelation of universe unity, 117:3.9 (1282.4)
          a proof of spiritual reality, 103:7.14 (1139.6)
     of previous experience, contribution of, to talented mortals, 44:8.2 (507.7)
     previous knowledge of, regarding their candidate for indwelling, 108:1.2 (1185.4)
     the problem facing, 111:7.0 (1223.3–7)
     and proof of existence of God, 1:2.8 (24.6)
     as pure spirits, 107:6.0 (1182.3–1183.2)
     rebound momentum of, carrying all ascendant children to Paradise, 56:4.1 (639.7)
     reception of, by midwayers, time of, 55:4.9 (627.7)
     relation of, to individual mortals, 10:0.0 (1203.1–1214.1)
          to mortal types, 109:3.0 (1197.3–1198.3)
          to other spiritual influences, 108:4.0 (1190.2–1191.1)
          to universe creatures, 109:0.0 (1195.1–1202.2)
     relation of bestowal of, to that of personality, 16:8.3 (194.3)
          to human mind, 7:5.4 (86.5)
          to universal personality consciousness, 5:6.10 (71.5)
     retention of identity by the, at mortal death, 112:3.7 (1230.5)
     selection and assignment of, 108:1.0 (1185.3–1186.7)
          of mortal subjects by, an enigma, 107:7.4 (1183.6)
     self-acting, 109:2.0 (1196.3–1197.2)
     seven orders of, 107:2.1 (1178.2)
     and the seven psychic circles, 110:6.0 (1209.1–1212.1)
     Solitary Messengers’ detection of, 23:1.9 (257.4)
     and the soul, 111:0.0 (1215.1–1224.1)
     source of the, 40:10.2 (452.2), 56:3.5 (639.5), 194:2.3 (2061.1)
     three classifications of mortals with relation to, 40:5.4 (445.5)
          phases of mortal life and designations of, 107:0.7 (1177.1)
     unification levels of spiritual progress in experience of mortals by the, 38:9.9 (425.1)
     universal coming of the, and mission of bestowal Son, 49:5.25 (567.5)
     Universal Father’s direct human contacts by the, 3:3.3 (49.2), 3:6.6 (53.4), 7:5.2 (86.3), 40:5.3 (445.4), 107:4.1 (1180.4)
          free gift, 1:2.8 (24.6)
     universal ministry of, to normal mortals, 20:5.3 (227.6), 34:5.4 (379.4), 52:5.6 (596.4), 77:7.5 (863.6), 120:2.6 (1328.3)
     various designations of, 107:7.1 (1183.3)
     varying degrees of efficiency in, 110:7.7 (1213.2)
     work of, in the mind, 110:4.0 (1207.1–6)
     wrongdoing of man torments the, 3:1.5 (45.3)
     see also Adjuster(s)

Thousand branches on a grapevine, Jewish belief of miraculous plenty, 136:6.7 (1518.6)
          hanging with forbidden fruit, in the minds of primitive tribes, 89:2.1 (975.5)
     five, years no different from five days to sleeping survivors, 30:4.12 (341.2)
     human concepts, more than a, selected as a basis of these papers, 0:12.12 (17.1)
     light-years distant, ability of seconaphim to mirror responses of beings, 28:4.1 (307.5)
     mortal lives, a great appreciation of harmonics occurs once in a, 44:1.15 (500.6)
     mysteries which demand philosophy to solve, will forever remain, 27:6.1 (302.5)
     and one catastrophes that may lead a mortal to ask about correlation of vicissitudes of living and the Supreme, 10:7.5 (115.7)
          details burdening Adam in the work of the second garden, 76:2.3 (848.3)
          different sources Solitary Messengers use to assemble knowledge about Adjusters, 107:3.8 (1180.1)
          legends of a mythical nature, basis of, in the presence of the Nodite race, 67:4.3 (758.1)
          things of supreme value in the spirit-morontia world that are unknown to mortals, 44:2.1 (500.7)
          ways for human race to enjoy legitimate pleasure, 84:8.6 (943.1)
     rams, Micah’s question as to whether the Lord will be pleased with a, 97:5.6 (1067.3)
     scenes produced by heavenly reproducers in a recent dramatic spectacle, 44:2.10 (501.9)
     subversive tendencies and hostile antagonisms, threats to religion through the ages, 103:3.5 (1132.5)
     things of interest unknown on our world, in a Trinity Teacher Son era, 52:7.6 (599.2)
     thoughts and ideals, expression of in words, a performance of mind operating under laws, 195:7.21 (2080.6)
     times John the Baptist read Daniel’s description of the great image of great kingdoms, 135:3.2 (1498.1)
          the sum of all evil, good resulting from the Satania rebellion is more than a, 54:6.6 (619.3)
     witnesses, or a million, completed testimony of, and function of Universal Censors, 19:4.5 (218.3)
     years, a chance meeting on Paradise and what mortal language could communicate in a, 44:4.3 (503.3)
          mortals of the next, partially revealed concepts are stimulus to creative speculation by, 30:0.2 (330.2)
          scientific discoveries of next, revelators not at liberty to anticipate, 101:4.2 (1109.3)
     years ago, stewardship not mere preservation of divine truth committed to Jesus’ followers, 176:3.7 (1917.3)
          with God, a day is as a, 14:1.12 (153.3)
          in his sight are but as yesterday, 2:2.2 (35.6)
          worth of information as recorded in our telegraphic technique, the Havona graph method assimilates in an hour, 26:3.8 (289.1)

Thrace Matthew’s journeys through, 139:7.10 (1560.6)

Thracians religious beliefs of the, 92:6.1 (1010.5)

Three -brained mortals, extension of physical senses of, 49:4.3 (564.5)
          vs. one- and two-brained types, as to Adjuster contact, 109:3.5 (1197.7)
          peoples, superiority of, in planetary evolution, 49:5.17 (566.5)
     concentric circles, the banner of Michael, displayed by Gabriel on Edentia, 53:5.4 (605.8)
          insignia used by Machiventa Melchizedek, 93:2.5 (1015.5), 93:3.3 (1016.5), 95:1.4 (1042.5), 104:1.3 (1143.6)
               forgotten within a few generations, reason, 93:2.5 (1015.5)
          meaning of, 53:5.4 (605.8), 93:2.5 (1015.5), 93:3.3 (1016.5), 104:1.3 (1143.6)
     -gas mixture of Edentia’s atmosphere, 43:1.3 (486.2)

Threefold -Deity-union the Trinity, 16:3.16 (188.4)
     fluctuation of light of the Deity abode, significance of, 27:7.7 (304.5)
     hall of archives on Jerusem, 46:5.22 (525.4)
     light of Paradise and Havona, 13:3.1 (149.4)
     mansion of light, Michael’s headquarters in, 33:1.1 (366.2)

Thriftiness Jesus’ attitude toward, 140:8.3 (1579.5)

Thrifty dependence of the improvident on the, 69:9.5 (780.8)

Throne(s) are cast up and the Ancients of Days are seated, 28:6.6 (314.5)
     of David, Jesus and the, 122:8.4 (1351.8), 123:0.5 (1356.2), 125:6.13 (1385.1), 126:3.6 (1390.1), 135:3.3 (1498.2), 135:7.1 (1503.1), 136:8.5 (1520.6), 136:9.5 (1522.4), 138:7.1 (1543.4), 140:8.1 (1579.3), 152:6.5 (1705.5), 162:6.4 (1796.2), 171:1.3 (1868.5), 172:5.10 (1886.2), 176:2.3 (1914.4)
          Jews’ questions as to the vacancy of the, 135:5.1 (1500.1)
          the new Jewish ruler in the Messianic prophecies to sit upon the, 122:4.4 (1347.6), 125:5.7 (1382.9)
     the Father’s occupancy of a, 141:2.1 (1588.4)
     of God, the heavens the, 97:7.11 (1069.6), 137:6.2 (1532.4)
     lamps burning before the, in John’s vision of Jerusem, 34:4.11 (378.5)
     lightnings and thunderings and voices proceeding from the, in John’s vision of Salvington broadcasts, 34:4.12 (378.6)
     of Lucifer to be exalted above the Sons of God, the purpose in his heart, 43:4.6 (490.1)
     of the resurrection roll call on Jerusem, seen in John’s vision, 34:4.11 (378.5), 45:4.1 (513.4)

Thumb(s) of first human beings, 62:2.1 (703.5), 62:5.2 (707.8)
     opposable, development of, in prehuman species, 62:2.1 (703.5), 62:3.2 (705.1)
     present human, adaptation of, for diversified work, 62:3.2 (705.1)

Thunder Andonites’ fear of, 63:6.3 (716.2)
     sons of, Jesus’ designation of James and John Zebedee as, 139:3.1 (1552.5), 139:3.5 (1553.1), 139:4.6 (1554.4), 181:2.4 (1955.5)
     the voice of an angry god, 85:4.3 (947.2)

Thunderings proceeding from the throne in John’s vision, meaning of, 34:4.12 (378.6)

Thunderstones of the modern Bretons, 80:9.14 (899.1)

Ti Tao the pass of, Andites’ entrance to China through, 79:7.1 (886.2)

Tiberias anti-Jesus council held at, importance of, 154:0.1 (1717.1)
     apostles cautioned to be discreet when passing through, on first preaching tour, 146:0.2 (1637.2)
     apostolic third-mission visit to, 150:0.4 (1678.4)
     conference, the second, 154:3.1 (1719.2)
     identification of, 129:1.2 (1419.5)
     Jesus’, James’s, and John’s secret trips to, 147:0.1 (1647.1)
     Jesus’ choice not to accept public work in, 128:2.6 (1410.5)
          warning his six apostles to avoid, 137:5.1 (1531.5)

Tiberius Caesar coins struck in honor of, date, 136:2.8 (1512.4)
     death of, effect on Pilate’s fortunes, 185:1.6 (1988.5)
     Jesus’ baptism in the fifteenth year of the reign of, 136:2.8 (1512.4)
          meeting with, 132:0.1 (1455.1)
     Pilate’s fear for his position before, 185:1.2 (1988.1)

Tibet gateway for Mesopotamian penetration of China, 79:1.1 (878.2)
     migration to China from, results, 79:6.5 (885.2)
     persistence of Andite cultural centers in, 79:1.2 (878.3)
     present status of the shaman in, 90:2.11 (988.7)
     a strange mixture of Melchizedek teachings with other beliefs in, 94:10.1 (1038.5)

Tibetan(s) lack of the Jesusonian gospel of the, 94:10.3 (1038.7)
     peoples, modern, traces of Andite blood in, 79:1.8 (879.5)
     religious practices, present-day, a description, 94:10.2 (1038.6)

Tidal disruption and the future fate of a moon of Jupiter, 57:6.5 (658.2)
     frictions of earth and moon, equalization of, result, 57:6.3 (657.6)
     upheavals in a sun resulting in planets, 15:5.5 (170.8)
     wave submerging Dalamatia, 67:5.4 (759.2)

Tide(s) in double stars, light fluctuations caused by, 41:3.9 (459.3)
     in the first oceans of Urantia, 57:8.3 (660.5)
     of popular enthusiasm, Jesus’ decision to turn back the, 153:1.5 (1708.4)
          fame of Jesus, turning of the, 153:1.2 (1708.1)
          regard for Jesus, time of lowest ebb in the, 154:1.3 (1718.1)
     of religious truth, ebbs and flows of, 92:5.8 (1009.2)
     of spiritual and worshipful expression engulfing Paradise, 27:7.7 (304.5)
     utilization of, in sanitation system of Caesarea, 130:2.1 (1429.3)

Tiger(s) absence of, in territory of mid-mammals, result, 62:3.5 (705.4)
     claws an ancient magical charm, 88:5.2 (971.4)
     hungry, vs. unarmed man in forest, illustration of absence of natural right to live, 70:9.1 (793.11)
     saber-toothed, extermination of, by animals entering Europe from Africa, 64:4.7 (721.5)
          picture of our primitive ancestor and the, significance, 100:4.5 (1098.2)
          place of first evolution of, 61:3.13 (697.8)
          time of extinction of, in North America, 61:7.15 (702.5)
               prevalence of, in North America, 61:5.7 (699.8)

Tiglath identification of, 134:8.1 (1492.8)
     leave-taking of Jesus from, at end of mountain sojourn, 134:8.10 (1494.3)
     onetime waiting place of, for the Master, 158:0.1 (1752.1)

Tillers of the soil, and herders, relation between, 68:5.11 (769.3)

Time abrogation of, in water-into-wine episode at Cana, 137:4.13 (1530.5)
     accelerated, archangels’ desire to invoke, in disposal of Jesus’ body, 189:2.1 (2022.5)
          effect of, in disintegration of mortal remains of Jesus, 189:2.8 (2024.1)
     vs. achievement in Havona, 26:5.5 (291.5)
     Adjuster’s inability to control activities related to, 136:5.4 (1516.4)
     always present to God, 2:1.5 (34.4)
     beginning of, transactions marking the, 105:5.6 (1158.6)
     conditioning of all creatures, 65:8.3 (739.7)
     consciousness, motion in space not necessary for, 12:5.5 (135.4)
     control, Personalized Adjuster’s lack of, 136:7.3 (1519.7)
     cosmic mind conditioned by, 9:4.4 (102.4)
     Creative Spirit not independent of, 34:3.3 (376.6)
     definition, 101:10.9 (1117.3), 130:7.4 (1439.2), 189:1.3 (2021.2)
     delay(s), causes of, 54:4.6 (616.5), 65:8.5 (740.1)
          necessity of, in perfecting finite’s striving toward perfection, 106:1.1 (1163.14)
          spirit gravity free from, 7:1.2 (82.1)
     estimate of, vs. viewpoint of eternity, 140:6.7 (1577.1)
     Eternal Son and Infinite Spirit unconditioned by, 34:3.1 (376.4)
     and eternity, connotation of individual’s choice between, 196:3.17 (2095.1)
          manifestation of unity of infinity in, as seventh triunity, 104:4.39 (1150.6)
          relative realities of, 0:4.8 (7.6)
     to eternity, Jesus the living way from, 129:4.7 (1425.6)
     eternity the absolute of, 0:11.12 (15.2), 12:5.2 (135.1)
     events of, as scaffolding, 32:5.2 (364.4)
     factor, elimination of, in feeding the five thousand, 152:2.10 (1702.1)
          significance of a, to that which grows, 105:5.9 (1158.9)
     fatal squandering of, 28:6.9 (315.2)
     habiliments of, mortals’ and Adjusters’ deliverance from the, 107:6.2 (1182.4)
     in Havona, 14:1.11 (153.2)
     ignored by infinite mind, 9:4.4 (102.4)
     Import of, 28:6.9 (315.2)
     an isolated event of, 32:5.3 (364.5)
     Jesus’ dissertation on, 130:5.3 (1436.4)
     lag, between seedtime and harvest in mercy ministry to mortals, 54:4.6 (616.5)
          influence of, in creature participation in divine creation, 105:6.5 (1159.5), 106:1.2 (1164.1)
     the last venture of, 26:9.2 (294.6)
     limitation of Creative Spirit by, 34:3.4 (376.7)
     Lucifer’s attempt to short-circuit, 54:2.3 (614.8)
     measurement, standard, for superuniverses, 14:1.13 (153.4)
     measurement of, the individual’s yardstick for, 65:8.3 (739.7)
     Michael Sons’ independence of, relative, 34:3.5 (377.1)
     mind-perceived, definition, 12:5.7 (135.6)
     nonexistence of, during sleep of death, 168:2.9 (1846.8)
          on Paradise, 11:2.10 (120.2), 14:1.11 (153.2), 65:8.2 (739.6), 106:9.3 (1173.4)
     the “one talent,” 28:6.9 (315.2)
     a Paradise bestowal, 12:5.1 (134.6)
     periods, confusion of, in Sumerian times, 77:2.11 (857.8)
     personality’s consciousness of, 112:0.16 (1226.4)
     pilgrim(s) of, 4:0.2 (54.2), 7:3.1 (84.1), 7:5.5 (86.6), 7:5.9 (87.3), 7:7.5 (89.4), 8:4.3 (94.5), 13:1.21 (147.2), 14:3.4 (156.1), 14:5.5 (159.1), 15:7.10 (175.1), 16:3.18 (188.6), 17:5.3 (203.1), 18:4.8 (211.4), 22:2.2 (245.2), 24:6.3 (270.1), 26:2.7 (287.6), 26:3.1 (288.1), 26:3.3 (288.3), 26:4.1 (289.4), 26:4.11 (290.1), 26:5.1 (291.1), 26:5.4 (291.4), 26:6.2 (292.2), 26:7.2 (292.6), 26:8.1 (293.5), 26:10.7 (296.3), 27:0.3 (298.3), 27:1.1 (299.1), 27:3.2 (300.5), 27:4.2 (301.3), 28:4.13 (310.1), 28:6.9 (315.2), 30:3.8 (339.5), 37:8.9 (414.4), 37:10.6 (416.6), 48:5.1 (550.2), 63:7.3 (717.4), 112:7.5 (1237.7), 117:3.4 (1281.6)
     place of origin of, 11:2.11 (120.3)
     play cycles of, 28:6.17 (316.4)
     reckoning on Edentia, 43:0.3 (485.3)
          of the Urantia revelation, 57:0.1 (651.1)
     relation of Jesus’ activities to, 136:5.6 (1517.2)
     relationships, motion in space necessary to, 12:5.5 (135.4)
     relativity of, illustration, 54:5.13 (618.2)
     a requirement in the attainment of knowledge, 102:2.4 (1120.1)
          for full outworking of repercussions of moral and spiritual adjustments, 81:6.40 (911.5)
     Salvington and Satania, 33:6.9 (372.4)
     self-consciousness, man vs. the animal as to the possession of, 133:7.8 (1479.8)
     sense, creation of, by personality, 12:5.9 (135.8)
     service the goal of, 28:6.17 (316.4)
     seven superuniverses the creations of, 12:1.16 (130.2)
     shadows of the material facts of existence, 146:3.1 (1641.3)
     Solitary Messengers’ consciousness of, 23:1.2 (256.4)
     and space, about, 12:5.0 (134.6–135.10)
          beginnings of knowledge in domains of, 27:5.4 (302.3)
          classification of mortals of, 40:5.4 (445.5)
          defiance of, by Gravity Messengers, 23:2.23 (260.3), 31:2.1 (346.7)
          degree of independence of, of Solitary Messengers, 23:3.8 (261.6)
          Deity personality in, 0:2.16 (4.10)
          discernment of God by mortals of, 1:4.7 (27.2)
          discourse by Jesus on, 130:7.0 (1438.4–1439.6)
          evolution in, 65:8.0 (739.5–740.2)
          evolving God of, 0:2.15 (4.9)
          importance of, to finite creatures, 118:9.1 (1303.2)
          independence of reflectivity service of, 17:3.10 (201.8)
               of spirit-gravity circuit of Eternal Son of, 34:3.5 (377.1)
          Inspired Trinity Spirits’ independence of, 19:5.2 (219.3)
          law libraries of, living, 25:4.15 (280.3)
          mortals of, as ascending sons, about, 40:5.0 (445.2–447.4)
               primary classifications of, 40:5.4 (445.5)
          near defiance of, by Solitary Messengers, 23:3.0 (260.5–262.1), 37:8.2 (413.5)
          only absolute beings absolutely independent of, 34:3.7 (377.3)
          pilgrims of, 1:6.2 (30.1), 7:5.9 (87.3), 24:6.9 (270.7), 26:7.1 (292.5), 119:0.2 (1308.2), 119:5.2 (1314.5)
          realities of, 0:4.8 (7.6)
          relation of spiritual gravity control to, 7:1.5 (82.4)
          relationships of, 65:8.1 (739.5), 118:3.3 (1297.4)
          services of Solitary Messengers in, 23:3.0 (260.5–262.1)
          sevenfold Deity personalization in, 0:8.9 (11.13)
          the Son and Spirit in, 34:3.0 (376.4–377.4)
          superuniverses of, 0:0.5 (1.5)
          Supreme Being the God of evolutionary creatures of, 0:2.15 (4.9)
               Creators of, 36:6.7 (404.5)
               and Ultimate as related to, 118:0.0 (1294.1–1307.5)
          transcendence of, on absonite level, 0:1.12 (2.12)
               by Gravity Messengers, 31:2.2 (347.1)
               by Ultimacy of Deity, 1:7.7 (31.7)
     and space events, the human personality’s relation to, 12:5.11 (135.10)
          nonexistent on Paradise, 0:1.13 (2.13)
     -space activities, eternal goal-meanings concealed in, 43:8.10 (494.9)
          creations, pilgrims’ awareness of almighty overcontrol of, 26:6.2 (292.2)
               settlement of, in light and life, consequences, 117:0.2 (1278.2)
          creator, Michael a, 119:8.6 (1318.5)
          creature(s), Reality origin as viewed by a, 0:3.21 (6.1)
               ultimate service-destiny of, how afforded, 0:9.1 (12.4)
          delay, vs. perfection realization, 14:6.7 (160.8)
          divinity of God the Sevenfold, finaliters’ comprehension of, 56:8.1 (643.4)
               Supreme Being a unifier of, 56:8.1 (643.4)
          evolution, imperfect divinity on certain levels of, 0:1.18 (3.5)
          finite creatures, and the goodness values of divinity, 56:10.18 (648.1)
          image-shadow, 1:6.1 (29.7)
          limitations, and finite level of reality, 0:1.11 (2.11)
          mechanism of universe of universes, twin facets of, 42:11.4 (482.2)
          mind(s), co-ordination of the, in the Supreme Being, 116:1.4 (1269.3)
               and time and space mechanisms, 42:11.3 (482.1)
          modification of the Absolutes, 56:9.1 (644.3)
          overcontrol of the Supreme, 0:1.9 (2.9), 42:2.14 (470.5)
          pilgrims, 7:5.9 (87.3)
          realms, magistrates of, 20:2.1 (224.6)
          reflection of spirit reality, 42:12.14 (484.2)
          relativity, mortals’ perception of the Trinity of Trinities as a, consequences, 106:9.5 (1174.1)
          revelation of the Universal Father, 56:3.1 (639.1)
          spirit manifestations, point of final unification of, 56:3.4 (639.4)
          -transcended values, and God the Ultimate, 0:2.17 (4.11)
          -transcending Deity, the Ultimate level, 0:1.10 (2.10)
          unity, central universe source of, identification, 26:6.2 (292.2)
          universes, 19:5.3 (219.4), 20:10.4 (233.1), 32:3.13 (362.2), 56:7.1 (642.1)
          values, transcended, 0:9.1 (12.4)
     spirit-perceived, definition, 12:5.8 (135.7)
     standardized, on superuniverse headquarters, 15:7.2 (174.2)
     striking step with eternity, 143:7.8 (1616.10)
     a succession of events, 130:7.5 (1439.3)
          of instants, 118:3.1 (1297.2)
     system, broadcast of, by master chronoldeks, 46:1.2 (519.3)
     terminal sleep of, 24:6.3 (270.1), 25:8.5 (283.6), 26:11.6 (297.3)
     of the tomb, 188:0.0 (2012.1–2019.6)
     transition zone from, to eternity, 12:5.4 (135.3)
     the two uses of, 28:6.12 (315.5)
     unavailability of, for dodging situations, 48:5.8 (551.3)
     unconsciousness of sleeping mortals of passing of, 30:4.12 (341.2)
     in the unfolding of the planetary life plan, 49:1.6 (560.5)
     unit, the criterion for evaluation of existence by the conscious self, 118:1.3 (1295.3)
          universal, 12:5.1 (134.6)
     Universal Father’s evaluation of, 2:1.5 (34.4)
     viewpoint, vs. the eternity viewpoint regarding the actualization of the Trinity of Trinities, 106:9.5 (1174.1)

Timesavers Solitary Messengers as, 23:1.10 (257.5), 23:3.6 (261.4)
     tertiary seconaphim as, 28:7.3 (318.1)

Timothy association of, with Paul at Corinth, 133:3.3 (1472.2)

Tithe(s) Abraham’s payment of, to Melchizedek, 93:5.14 (1020.3)
     the earliest tax, 70:7.18 (792.3)
     Jesus’ payment of, from the family fund, 123:4.4 (1361.4)

Tithing percent of income devoted to, on a world in light and life, 55:3.2 (625.1)
     Pharisees’ strict practice of, 166:1.8 (1827.2)
     system, origin of the, 93:3.1 (1016.3)

Titus, the Roman general investment of Jerusalem by the armies of, time, 121:8.7 (1342.2)

Titus of Capernaum Jesus’ “healing” of the son of, consequences, 146:5.2 (1644.4)

Titus of Crete identity of, 130:6.5 (1438.2)
     sending of, by Paul, 130:5.1 (1436.2)

Toda tribe of India, present practice of praying for the, 91:0.4 (994.4), 91:3.2 (996.8)

Todan carrying the gospel into Mesopotamia by, 146:1.4 (1637.6)

Toe(s) evolution, of Oligocene period, 61:2.8 (695.6)
     grasping big, absence of, in Andon and Fonta, 62:5.2 (707.8)
          in prehuman species, 62:2.1 (703.5)
     number of, on ancestor of modern grazers, 61:2.8 (695.6)
          on hind feet of earlier reptiles, 60:1.10 (686.6)
     sacrifice of, by primitive men, 89:8.2 (982.6)

Tolerance an attribute of glorified mortals, 47:8.7 (538.5)
     a blessing of the modern secular revolt, 195:8.8 (2081.8)
     a characteristic of man’s striving for supermortal ideals, 100:6.4 (1100.6)
     a definition, 156:5.18 (1740.5)
     families built on, 142:7.11 (1604.6)
     a fruit of the spirit, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
     of Hinduism for other religions, 94:4.8 (1031.9)
     importance of, to success, 160:1.9 (1774.1)
     Jesus’ possession of, 132:7.8 (1467.4), 139:6.8 (1559.3), 140:8.30 (1583.4), 141:3.4 (1589.5), 146:3.2 (1641.4), 160:3.4 (1778.2)
          teaching of, 121:7.2 (1339.7), 140:8.13 (1580.8), 144:6.2 (1624.13), 146:2.13 (1640.2), 156:5.18 (1740.5), 174:0.2 (1897.2), 181:2.15 (1958.2)
     maturity and the development of, 160:1.6 (1773.3)
     Nathaniel’s practicing of increased, 181:2.21 (1960.2)
          reverence for Jesus’, 139:6.8 (1559.3)
     opportunity for exercise of, even in absence of defective strains, 52:2.12 (592.5)
     parents’ and children’s learning lessons of, 84:7.28 (941.9)
     a prerequisite for development of human, 64:6.34 (726.6)
     of religions, an attitude brought by Rome to the Western world, 195:2.1 (2072.5)
     a result of understanding of one’s neighbor, 100:4.4 (1098.1)
     of science and religion for one another, technique of development of, 103:7.6 (1138.4), 133:5.7 (1477.2)
     sympathetic, source of, 181:2.15 (1958.2)

Tomb(s) construction, of Egyptians, reason for care in, 86:4.8 (953.7)
     discovery of the empty, 189:2.6 (2023.5), 189:4.0 (2025.2–2027.4)
     humans’ long wasted effort on, 86:6.7 (956.3)
     Jesus’, size of, 188:1.4 (2013.3)
          soldiers’ placing of the doorstone before the entrance to the, 188:1.5 (2013.4)
     Joseph’s new family, decision to place Jesus’ body in, reasons, 188:1.2 (2013.1)
     private, placing Lazarus’s body in a, 168:0.1 (1842.1)
     significance of, to the Egyptians, 95:2.5 (1044.4)

Tombstone significance of the, 85:1.4 (945.2), 87:6.7 (964.6)

Tom-toms use of, in early practice of healing the sick, 90:4.6 (991.5)

Tongue(s) Aryan mother, identification of, 78:5.3 (872.7)
          relation of Sumerian language to the, 77:4.7 (860.2)
     conducting of religious rituals in ancient, 90:2.1 (987.5), 90:5.6 (992.7)
     of Eden, identification of, 74:2.2 (829.4)
     Jesus’ comments on the influence of the, 146:2.13 (1640.2)
     of Satania, study of, by new mansonia arrivals, 48:3.13 (546.6)
     several, Pentecost messages in, 194:1.2 (2060.2)
     study of additional, by cherubim, 38:7.5 (422.5)
     subduing one’s own, a manifestation of greatness, 28:6.20 (317.1)
     of Uversa, definition, 44:4.3 (503.3)
          preservation of thoughts of great minds of this planet in, by thought recorders, 44:4.2 (503.2)
          proficiency of ascending mortals in, before arrival on Jerusem, 47:7.2 (537.2)
     of the violet people, replacement of racial languages by the, 52:3.10 (594.1)

Tool(s) for achievement, defeat seen by God-seeking man as a new, 160:4.15 (1780.1)
     of ancient blue man, unearthing of, 64:6.24 (725.5)
     of civilization, the development of, 81:2.0 (901.4–903.2)
     -creating mind functioning with implement-using hand in the Andonites, 63:5.6 (715.6)
     of divinity, ascending pilgrims’ early access to, 28:7.3 (318.1)
     domesticated animals as living, 81:2.10 (901.13)
     a factor in the progress of civilization, 81:6.20 (909.1)
     flint, use of, by Andonites, 63:3.2 (713.2), 63:5.6 (715.6)
     ghosts of, how provided for the dead, 87:2.10 (960.4)
     improvement in, by developing man, results, 52:1.5 (590.1), 64:4.12 (721.10)
     Jesus’ first possession of his own, 124:1.7 (1367.3)
          laying down of his, reason, 137:8.2 (1535.8)
               time of, 134:9.8 (1495.5), 135:8.3 (1504.1)
     thinking, language as man’s most serviceable, 81:6.17 (908.6)
     use of reindeer for, by Neanderthals, 64:4.3 (721.1)
     weapon, invention of, results, 68:5.4 (768.4)

Topography of Edentia, 43:1.1 (485.5)
     evidence of ice action on, 61:7.1 (700.6)
     influence of, on India, 79:2.5 (880.3)
     of the isolated continent, advantages of, 72:1.2 (808.5)
     unique, of Jerusem, 46:2.1 (520.6)

Torchbearers social, influence of, on civilization, 81:6.23 (909.4)
     spiritual, of divine truth, Jews no longer, 175:2.1 (1909.1)

Total attitude of God towards, motivated by impartiality, 12:7.1 (137.4)
     concerning the, God’s will ultimately prevails, 115:3.13 (1262.9)
     Deity and absolute attitude of Paradise Trinity, 10:5.6 (113.7)
          constituent personalities of, 10:8.3 (116.4)
          defined as the Deity Absolute, 10:8.4 (116.5)
          diffusion throughout the potential of, the Father’s means of escape from, 0:3.22 (6.2)
          dynamic infinity of, 0:3.21 (6.1)
          Father not discernibly absolute as, except in the Trinity, 10:3.8 (111.6)
          function, first five levels of, missed potential of Brahman concept to encompass, 94:3.3 (1030.3)
          function of, and union of Deities in the Trinity, 10:8.3 (116.4)
          functioning of First Source and Center outside Havona as, only through Paradise Trinity, 10:3.16 (111.14)
          reality, mind-spirit unified by personality, 12:8.13 (140.9)
               seven functional levels of, 0:1.3 (2.3)
          transcendence of finite and absonite by, 10:8.3 (116.4)
          Universal Absolute associative as regards, 106:6.6 (1168.5)
          unknown relationship of the Absolute to the function of, 106:8.18 (1172.3)
     reality, definition, 104:3.5 (1146.7)
          experiencing of, the full realization of God, 196:3.3 (2094.2)
          functionalization of, in triunities, 104:3.18 (1147.10)
          possibility of conceiving of final integration of, 106:7.9 (1170.2)
          relation of First Source and Center to, 0:3.9 (5.8)

Totalitarian bondage of religion onetime resisted by secularism, 195:8.5 (2081.5)
     ecclesiastical domination of Western peoples, 195:8.4 (2081.4)
     medieval Christian church, 195:8.2 (2081.2)
     state, selling of man into slavish bondage to the, 195:8.4 (2081.4)

Totalitarianism ecclesiastical, secular revolt from, 195:8.6 (2081.6)
     secular, 195:8.0 (2081.1–2082.5)

Totality attitude of Paradise Trinity, 10:5.1 (113.2), 10:7.2 (115.4)
          of the Supreme Being, mortals’ view of, 10:7.2 (115.4)

Totem(s) allegiance to a common religious, one common interest of clans, 70:4.4 (788.6)
     animals and efforts to insure food supply, 88:3.2 (970.3)
     evolution of flags from, 88:3.2 (970.3)
     mores, regulation of group marriage practices by, 83:5.2 (925.7)
     primitive man’s use of, 74:8.5 (837.4), 83:5.2 (925.7)
     taboo against marriage within one’s own, 82:5.7 (919.3)
     tribes, Egyptians formerly, 95:2.3 (1044.2)

Totemism about, 88:3.0 (970.2–5)
     a definition, 88:3.2 (970.3)
     a source of early food taboos, 89:1.5 (975.2)

Tower(s) of Babel, about, 77:3.0 (858.2–859.3)
          conflict over the, cause of the dispersion of the Nodites, 77:4.1 (859.4)
          projection of a third, 78:8.4 (876.1)
          second attempt to build the, 77:3.9 (859.3)
     of the Roman guards at Jerusalem, sightseeing of, by Joseph and Jesus, 125:1.5 (1379.1)
     of Siloam, tragedy of the, significance, 166:4.4 (1830.4)
     of the temple, Jesus’ view of, on entry into Jerusalem, 172:3.10 (1882.3)

Toy man’s first, 88:1.8 (968.3)

Trade beginnings of, 69:3.11 (774.10), 69:4.0 (775.1–8)
     channels, influence of opening of, on mixing of cultures, 81:3.6 (904.2)
     and commerce, Garden laws of, 74:7.15 (836.4)
          promotion of, a right of society, 70:9.10 (794.5)
     and the development of culture, 81:3.0 (903.3–904.4)
     global regulation of, and world peace, 134:6.11 (1491.5)
     and industry, commission on, function of, 66:5.11 (747.1)
     Jesus not to teach rules of, 140:6.6 (1576.6)
     relations, of Eden with outside world, 74:5.3 (833.3)
          a specialty of the Adamic schools, 51:6.4 (587.2)
     secrets, preservation of, reason for secret societies, 70:7.5 (790.8)

Trader(s) ancient, a function of, 69:4.8 (775.8)
     early, differential honesty of, 69:4.3 (775.3)
     honest, rights of, as to the distribution of his income, 132:5.17 (1464.1)
     women the first, reason for, 69:3.11 (774.10), 69:4.2 (775.2)

Trading counter, 69:4.2 (775.2)

Tradition(s) and authority, possible resignation in religious philosophy to, 101:7.4 (1114.2)
     basis of intellectual religions, 160:5.3 (1780.5)
     dangers of reverence for, 155:6.2 (1730.6), 157:2.2 (1745.1)
     of formal religion, freedom from, in the gospel, 162:2.2 (1790.5)
     influence of the present-day, 102:7.6 (1126.6)
     Jesus’ attempt to prevent influence of in his spiritual meanings, 125:5.10 (1383.3), 162:2.7 (1792.1), 179:5.4 (1942.3)
          warning against, 141:5.4 (1592.2)
     Jesus not bound by, 99:5.3 (1091.2), 100:7.5 (1102.2), 153:3.3 (1712.3)
     Jewish people’s enslavement by, 121:7.3 (1340.1), 140:8.22 (1582.3), 175:1.8 (1906.5)
     origin of, 67:4.3 (758.1), 69:0.3 (772.3), 122:8.7 (1352.3), 155:3.5 (1727.5)
     vs. reality, in Jesus’ teaching, 149:2.11 (1671.6)
     religious, definition, 4:5.1 (59.6)
     as a safe refuge from spirit struggles, 155:5.11 (1729.6)

Traditional belief, vs. religion, 160:5.3 (1780.5)

Traducer dangerous, Jesus charged with being a, 184:3.10 (1983.2)

Traffic caravan, passage of, through Nazareth, 121:2.2 (1333.4)
     commercial, in the temple, 173:1.1 (1888.4), 173:1.3 (1889.1)
     land, around Mediterranean, effect of nomad invasions on, 80:9.9 (898.4)
     marine traffic in Mediterranean, rise of, and effect of on Andites, 80:9.9 (898.4)
     in sex slaves, the racial disgrace of, 69:5.10 (776.8)
     supervisors of the spheres, transport advisers as, 44:5.6 (505.3)

Tragedy of Adam’s failure, a factor of the, 75:6.4 (844.6)
          effect of, on his children, 75:5.6 (843.8)
     of the Christian church, 170:5.10 (1864.10)
     a day of, for a vast universe, 187:6.3 (2011.7)
     of dual spiritism in evolutionary religion, 87:4.7 (962.1)
     earth’s greatest, sensed as impending by some of Jesus’ followers, 178:2.1 (1932.4)
     of the fate of Judas, a cautionary tale, 193:4.2 (2055.5)
     inevitability of, when imperfect beings are endowed with freedom, 110:0.1 (1203.1)
     for Jerusalem and the Jewish nation, foreseen by Jesus, 187:1.7 (2005.5)
     Jesus’ prevention of, by awakening a boy en route to burial, 146:6.2 (1645.3)
     the only reason for sudden change in system government, 35:9.2 (393.2)
     of the sudden death of Joseph, Jesus’ father, 124:5.6 (1373.6)
     and triumph, the story of Adam and Eve one of, 76:6.4 (854.1)
     Urantia’s double, a rebellious Planetary Prince and a defaulting Material Son, 50:6.5 (578.5)

Tragic aftermath of the default of Adam and Eve, 75:5.6 (843.8), 75:6.4 (844.6)
     days of the planetary rebellion, 66:7.19 (751.14), 67:3.10 (757.3), 77:1.7 (856.3), 77:9.5 (866.4)
     death of our Creator Son, less important than his life, 143:5.11 (1614.5)
          an unusual occurrence in bestowals, 20:6.6 (229.5)
     experience of Buddha, the attempt to teach a religion without God, 132:7.4 (1466.4)
     phenomenon of man’s futile effort to commit moral suicide, 195:7.10 (2079.5)
     story of Jephthah and his daughter, significance of, 89:6.3 (980.8)
     surrender of Pilate, to the mob and his own fears, 185:8.0 (1996.5–6)

Training centers, Salem missionaries’ establishment of, 94:0.1 (1027.1)
     evangelists at Bethsaida, 148:0.0 (1657.1–1667.2)
     Jesus a product of his, 136:8.7 (1521.2)
     the kingdom’s messengers, 138:0.0 (1538.1–1547.11)
     regime of the finaliters, purpose of, 48:3.17 (547.2)
     school(s), for morontia orders, location of, 47:5.2 (535.6)
          the universe one vast, 48:8.3 (558.1)
          universes of space as, 37:10.6 (416.6)

Trait determiners in human sex cells of reproduction on Urantia, 36:2.11 (397.11)

Traitor(s) conditions in which faith is a, 101:8.3 (1114.7)
     Judas the, the apostles’ resentment against, 182:2.4 (1966.4)
          comments of Jesus about, 179:4.2 (1940.4)
          a condition of the bargain with, 183:2.3 (1973.1)
          ineligibility of, as a witness, 184:3.6 (1982.7)
          Jesus’ efforts to prevent the apostle from becoming, 179:4.7 (1941.4)
               greeting of, as such, 183:3.1 (1973.3)
               preparation for encounter with, 182:3.10 (1969.5)
          payment of, 186:1.2 (1997.5)
          presentation of, to Caiaphas, 177:4.6 (1925.3)
     of the Lucifer rebellion, anticipated fate of, 53:9.7 (611.6)
     to their mortal fellows, Lucifer’s characterization of finaliters as, 53:3.6 (604.1)

Trance(s) cataleptic, of female shamans, 90:1.3 (987.1)
     mystic, divine beings not revealing themselves because of, 100:5.6 (1099.4)
     prophet, experience of, at Bethsaida camp, 148:8.3 (1666.2)
     transit, the long, preparatory for the Havona journey, 26:11.7 (297.4)

Tranosta definition, 42:2.18 (471.2)

Tranquillity of character, religionists’ exhibition of an inexplicable, 102:2.3 (1119.8)
     a result of Jesus’ teachings, 101:6.8 (1112.4)
     a revealer of genuine spiritual faith, 101:3.8 (1108.7)
     of spirit, Adjuster’s ability to confer a, 108:5.5 (1191.6)
     of trust, Jesus’ possession of, 196:0.3 (2087.3)

Transcended time conjectures regarding the possible blending of sequence between time and, 117:7.6 (1291.10)

Transcendence of Deity, association of, with immanence of Deity, 104:4.38 (1150.5)
     of the evaluated by the evaluator, 112:2.12 (1228.7)
     finite, dependence of Havona and superuniverses on universes of outer space for, 117:6.20 (1290.6)
     of finite limitations, the Supreme as the universe approach to, 117:3.4 (1281.6)
     God’s, definition, 5:5.6 (69.1)
     of time and space, an absonite characteristic, 0:1.12 (2.12)
     of time and space by pure spirit energies, 7:1.2 (82.1)
          by the Ultimate, 1:7.7 (31.7), 106:4.4 (1167.1)

Transcendental(s) appearance of, before and after the finite, 105:5.3 (1158.3)
     a definition, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
     energy, field of activity of, 42:2.18 (471.2)
     -experiential self, the Ultimate, 118:0.7 (1294.7)
     Finaliters, Corps of, 30:2.137 (337.38), 31:1.5 (346.6), 31:10.7 (353.3)
     function, of the Paradise Trinity, 106:8.9 (1171.2)
     Havona illustrates the function of, 105:7.2 (1159.7)
     an integrating level between absolutes and finites, 105:7.1 (1159.6)
     one level on which our universe exists, 105:7.15 (1160.13)
     personality, identity of the basis for, 101:6.2 (1111.6)
     a “pre-echo” of the finite, 105:7.1 (1159.6)
     reality, the Ultimate the apex of, 106:5.1 (1167.2)
     superfinite level of reality, 106:0.5 (1162.5)
     ultimates, relation of, to the finite, 105:5.3 (1158.3)
     unifier, the Ultimate’s gradual emergence as, 118:10.11 (1305.6)

Transcendentalers governing corps of the, 31:9.1 (351.2)
     mortal ascenders’ fraternization with, 27:2.3 (300.3), 31:8.4 (351.1)
     origin and attributes of, 31:8.0 (350.4–351.1), 31:9.1 (351.2)
     residence area of, on Paradise, 31:8.1 (350.4)

Transfiguration about the, 158:1.0 (1752.3–1753.6)
     Jesus’ memory of the, influence of, 171:4.9 (1872.6)
     meaning of the, 158:3.5 (1755.5)
     significance of, to Peter, James, and John, 158:3.5 (1755.5)

Transformations of grace, a response to living faith, 150:9.2 (1686.5)
     progressive morontia, number of, 48:1.6 (542.3)

Transformers energy, about, 29:4.7 (324.9), 29:4.22–26 (326.4–327.2), 30:2.103 (337.4)
     functions of, in astronomy, 30:3.4 (339.1)
          in energy control, 29:4.24 (326.6), 29:4.25 (327.1)
          in enseraphiming, 29:4.23 (326.5), 39:5.14 (438.7)
          in lighting system of Jerusem, 46:1.4 (519.5)
          on nonbreathing planets, 29:4.31 (327.7)
          in visualizing angels and other celestial beings to mortals, 50:2.7 (574.2)
               finaliters and their world to morontia ascenders, 45:1.2 (509.5), 47:1.2 (530.6)
               material structures to spirit beings, 44:0.16 (498.7)
               the morontia Jesus to humans, 189:4.11 (2027.1)
          in winemaking at Cana, 137:4.12 (1530.4)
     number of, 29:4.22 (326.4)
     origin of, 29:4.23 (326.5)
     personal nature of, 29:4.23 (326.5)

Transgression of Adam and Eve, character of the, 76:5.1 (851.7)
     persistent, of divine law, iniquity the, 148:4.5 (1660.4)

Transit of the Planetary Adams, 51:2.0 (582.1–582.4)
     sleep, induction of, 39:2.12 (431.1), 39:5.13 (438.6)
          time element an automatic part of, 39:2.11 (430.7)
     trance on journey to Havona, vs. attainment rest, 26:11.7 (297.4)
     trio, function of, 26:7.4 (293.2)

Transition chambers, on advanced mansion worlds, vs. resurrection halls of initial reception world, 48:2.17 (543.11)
     culture worlds of Jerusem, satellites of the, 15:7.5 (174.5)
     life, many apparently useless forms of, Life Carriers’ production of, 65:4.10 (736.1)
          morontia career as the, between material existence and spirit attainment, 47:10.7 (540.3)
     ministers, about, 48:6.0 (551.6–555.5)
          involvement of, in seraphic supervision of our world, 39:5.2 (437.1)
          seven orders of, 39:6.0 (439.4–439.12)
          system headquarters of the, 46:5.22 (525.4)
     period, from vegetable to animal life, 58:6.0 (669.2–670.2)
     realms, definition, 42:1.5 (468.2)
     seraphim, relation of, to humans, 48:6.34 (555.2)
          seven divisions of, 48:6.3 (552.1)
     servants, spironga as, 46:4.7 (523.1)
     slumber, of the last resurrection, 26:11.6 (297.3)
     sphere(s), Jerusem’s seven major satellites denoted the, 45:0.1 (509.1), 47:5.2 (535.6)
          Lucifer imprisoned on a satellite of a, 53:9.2 (611.1)
          mansion worlds cease to function as, in ages of light and life, 48:3.17 (547.2)
          morontia worlds as, 44:3.4 (502.3)
          progressive modification of, 48:2.15 (543.9), 48:2.22 (544.5)
          Seraphington a, from time ministry to eternity service, 39:8.1 (440.3)
     spheres of mortal ascension, traversal of, by morontia progressors, 30:4.18 (342.1)
     from time to the vestibule of eternity, 52:7.16 (600.5)
     from vegetable to animal life, time and place of, 58:6.1 (669.2)
     world(s), angels’ assistance of mortals through the, 113:7.2 (1248.2)
          economy of, 44:3.3 (502.2)
          number five, activities of, 45:1.7 (510.5), 47:7.3 (537.3)
               four, ascending mortals’ visits to, 47:6.1 (536.2)
               one, activities of, 47:0.2 (530.2), 47:5.2 (535.6)
               seven, activities of, 45:1.9 (510.7)
               six, activities of, 45:1.8 (510.6), 47:8.1 (537.6)
               three, activities of, 45:1.5 (510.3), 47:5.2 (535.6)
               two, activities of, 45:1.3 (510.1), 47:5.2 (535.6)
          seven, Jerusem’s major satellites, size of, 45:0.1 (509.1)

Transitional culture worlds, numbers and names of, and activities on, 45:1.0 (509.4–510.9)
     -culture planets, provision of spornagia for, 47:0.4 (530.4)

Translated soul(s) ascension career path of, 55:2.9 (624.3)
     Elijah a, 45:4.15 (514.5)
     immediate destination of, 49:6.18 (570.7), 55:2.7 (624.1), 110:5.2 (1208.1)

Translation about, 55:2.0 (623.1–624.6)
     of living mortals in morontia temples, 55:1.5 (622.5)
     of midsoniters, time of, 36:4.3 (400.7)
     of mortals, percentage of, during fourth stage of light and life, 55:2.8 (624.2)
          of primary modified order of ascension, 49:6.18 (570.7)
     sleep for passage from one to another mansion world, 47:3.10 (534.2)

Translators ascending mortals’ contact with, 47:3.11 (534.3)
     employed by Ganid in making his collection of religious teachings, 131:0.1 (1442.1)
     functions of, 48:3.13 (546.6)
     need for, by individuals from different superuniverses, 44:4.3 (503.3)
     not needed by seraphim to perceive mortals as they are, 38:2.1 (419.1)

Transmigration belief in, a deterrent to spiritual advancement, 94:2.3 (1029.1)
     a definition, 94:2.3 (1029.1)
     effect of belief in, on India, 94:7.3 (1035.3)
     origin of belief in, 86:4.6 (953.5), 94:2.3 (1029.1)
     of the soul, Gautama’s fight against the belief in the, 94:7.3 (1035.3)

Transmitters energy, about, 29:4.8 (325.1), 29:4.27–31 (327.3–7), 30:2.104 (337.5)
     functions of, in astronomy, 30:3.4 (339.1)
          in augmenting currents, 29:4.29 (327.5)
          in communications, 29:4.26 (327.2), 29:4.30 (327.6), 67:6.9 (760.4)
          in directing energy flow, 29:4.28 (327.4)
          on low-atmosphere planets, 29:4.31 (327.7)
          in seraphic transport, 29:4.19 (326.1), 39:5.14 (438.7)
     not persons, 29:4.26 (327.2)
     range of activity, 29:4.27 (327.3)

Transmutation unlimited, of manifestations of the Infinite, 42:1.7 (468.4)

Transport advisers, function of, 44:5.6 (505.3)
     dispatcher, and transport departure, 39:5.14 (438.7)
     interplanetary, basic energies unknown on Urantia, essential to, 29:4.14 (325.7)
     personalities, seconaphim, functions of, 28:4.13 (310.1)
          of tertiary supernaphim, function of, 26:3.9 (289.2)
          Trinity-origin beings independent of, 19:7.4 (222.8)
     preparation of Material Sons, time consumed in, 51:2.2 (582.2)
     seraphim, function of, 13:1.20 (147.1), 39:5.10 (438.3), 46:5.26 (526.1)
          initial velocity of, 46:2.8 (521.5)
          point of attainment of standard velocity by, 46:2.8 (521.5)

Transportation and agriculture, animal domestication prepared way for, 81:2.10 (901.13)
     atmosphere the chief channel of, on Edentia, 43:1.2 (486.1)
     factors resulting in birth of, 69:4.8 (775.8)
     system of Jerusem allied with circulatory streams of energy movement, 46:2.4 (521.1)

Transporters of administrator seraphim, function of, 39:4.15 (436.1)
     other than seraphim, 39:2.9 (430.5)
     supervisor seraphim, conditions affecting velocity of, 39:3.8 (433.2)
          function of, 39:3.9 (433.3)

Travel a contributing factor to social evolution, 52:6.3 (597.4), 81:6.25 (909.6)
     current practices regarding, in the continental nation, 72:4.3 (812.5), 72:5.9 (813.10)
     factors affecting, and results, in ancient Mediterranean, 80:9.9 (898.4), 81:3.6 (904.2)
     human desire for, gratification of, 30:3.12 (340.1)
     importance of horses to, for our ancestors, 61:3.11 (697.6)
     intrauniverse, open to ascending beings, 30:3.12 (340.1)
     Jesus’ years of, an intervening phase in his life, 129:1.15 (1421.5)
          purpose of, 129:3.8 (1424.3)
     in the Mediterranean region, Jesus’ time a peak era for, 121:1.7 (1332.8), 195:3.7 (2074.2)
          Nazareth a crossroads of, 121:2.2 (1333.4), 123:5.7 (1362.8)
          Palestine a hub of, 93:5.2 (1018.7), 121:2.8 (1334.2), 121:2.10 (1334.4)
     mode of, by Material Sons, on Jerusem, 46:2.4 (521.1)
          by spirit beings, on Edentia, 43:1.2 (486.1)
     and trade through Palestine, extent of, in times of Jesus, 121:2.2 (1333.4)
     war a promoter of, in olden times, 70:2.9 (785.14)

Traveling courts of the worlds, 25:2.11 (276.4)
     trader, influence of, on the advancement of civilization, 81:3.7 (904.3)

Treason the first capital crime, 70:10.15 (796.5)
     Jesus indicted for, 184:5.5 (1985.6)

Treasure(s) every worthy, of mortal mind, to be resurrected by Adjusters, 110:4.4 (1207.4)
     great, with trouble, vs. a little with reverence of the Lord, 149:5.2 (1674.4)
     in heaven, Jesus’ advice on laying up, 63:2.5 (1802.1), 140:6.11 (1577.5), 165:4.3 (1821.3), 165:4.5 (1821.5), 165:5.4 (1823.4), 169:2.2 (1853.5), 169:2.5 (1854.1)
     house of world traditions, midwayers’ memory as, 77:9.9 (866.8)
     hidden in a field, parable of, 151:4.4 (1694.2)
     memory, to be built up from worth-while moments in life, 160:4.12 (1779.4)
     priceless, in the art collection of Flavius viewed appreciatively by Jesus, 142:4.1 (1600.2)
     spiritual, nonappeal of, to selfish men and women, 195:9.7 (2083.3)
     of wisdom and knowledge, hidden in the man of Nazareth, 128:7.2 (1417.1)

Treasurer Judas the apostolic, 138:8.1 (1545.2), 138:10.10 (1547.10), 139:12.3 (1566.2), 177:4.4 (1925.1)
     Matthias the later apostolic, 192:0.2 (2045.2), 193:6.3 (2058.2)
     of the Philadelphia church, Lazarus the subsequent, 168:5.3 (1849.7)
     of the women’s corps, Joanna the, 150:1.2 (1679.1)

Treaty(ies) of Abraham with Philistines, 93:9.4 (1023.1)
     with Canaanites, Saul’s breaking of, 97:9.13 (1073.3)
     the first tribal, blood ceremony of, 70:3.10 (788.1)
          subject of the, 69:4.6 (775.6)
     of the Hebrews with the Pharaohs, 96:3.4 (1056.1)
     ineffectiveness of, in maintaining world peace, 134:6.9 (1491.3)

Tree(s) -climbing technique of first humans, 62:5.2 (707.8)
     dwellers, primitive men as, 52:1.5 (590.1)
     evolutionary importance of, 60:4.5 (692.3)
     fetishes, origin of, 88:1.3 (967.5)
     first appearance of present-day, time of, 60:3.19 (690.10)
     of forbidden fruit, a metaphor of tribal taboos, 89:2.1 (975.5)
     home, of Andon and Fonta, influence of, on tribal relatives, 63:2.1 (712.1)
     influence of, in life of ancients, 85:2.4 (945.7)
     of the knowledge of good and evil, a figure of speech, 73:6.3 (825.8)
     is known by its fruits, 153:4.4 (1714.3)
     of life, about, 73:6.0 (825.6–826.5)
          Adam and Eve denied access to, after default, 75:7.6 (845.6)
          Edenic, destruction of the, 73:6.7 (826.4)
          a factor in length of life of Van and Amadon, 67:6.4 (759.7)
          fruit of the, source of the antidotal complements of Satania’s life currents, 66:4.13 (745.3)
          lack of, on Urantia, at time of Melchizedek, 93:2.6 (1015.6)
          ministry of, to Adam and Eve, 74:6.4 (834.6)
          onetime universal cult of the, 85:2.4 (945.7)
          warning of Adam and Eve when partaking of fruit of the, 75:4.4 (842.6)
     spirits, varied ideas about, 85:2.4 (945.7)
     worship of, about, 85:2.0 (945.4–946.2)
          one of the oldest religions, 85:2.3 (945.6)
          throughout the world, 85:2.4 (945.7)

Trephining the skull, shamans’ technique of, 90:4.4 (991.3)

Triad(s) beliefs, evolutionary, vs. the trinity concept, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     deities, the natural origin of, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     an evolutionary, sometime mixture of the concept of, with a revealed Trinity, consequences, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     gods, many early people’s worship of, 95:1.4 (1042.5), 104:0.3 (1143.3)
          not true trinities, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     origin of ideas of, 104:0.3 (1143.3)

Trial(s) and difficulties, prerequisites to man’s reception of wisdom, 132:7.2 (1466.2)
     disclosure of true motives by, 165:6.2 (1824.5)
     formal, Jesus’ appearance before the Sanhedrist court for, 184:3.1 (1982.2)
     of Jesus, news of, brought to Martha and Mary by David’s messengers, 186:0.2 (1997.2)
     of Jesus’ human loyalty, the “temptation” on Mount Hermon, 134:8.6 (1493.5)
     Jesus’ preparation of his apostles for their soon-coming, 158:2.4 (1754.4), 165:6.3 (1824.6), 180:4.3 (1948.4)
     of Lucifer’s crime, relative swiftness of, 54:5.13 (618.2)
          see also Gabriel, vs. Lucifer
     marriage, the onetime practice of, purpose, 82:3.14 (917.2)
     and tribulations of innocent beings resulting from mercy extended to rebels, 54:6.1 (618.4), 54:6.5 (619.2)
     trip(s) in the flesh, 1:4.3 (26.5)
          to Paradise, 26:7.4 (293.2)

Triangles Edentia, area covered by, 43:1.7 (486.6)
          beings headquartered in some, 43:1.9 (486.8)
     Jerusem, activities of the, 46:8.0 (528.7)
          identification of, 46:4.5 (522.9)
          open enclosures of, site of certain activities, 48:3.15 (546.8)

Triassic period, length of, 60:1.14 (687.1)

Triata a definition, 11:8.7 (126.3), 42:2.17 (471.1)
     role of, in making possible the enormous spheres of Havona, 14:3.6 (156.3)

Tribal affairs, placing of, in the hands of the shrewd, 90:1.6 (987.4)
     beliefs, origin of, 103:3.1 (1132.1)
     chiefs, deceased, deification of, 85:6.3 (948.3)
     fetishes, evolution of, into tribal gods, 92:1.1 (1003.6)
     god(s), Egyptians’ elevation of, into supergods, 95:2.2 (1044.1)
          Moses’ tactic of elevating the Hebrews’, 96:4.3 (1056.5), 96:5.8 (1058.6)
          origin of, in fetishes, 92:1.1 (1003.6)
          Samaritans’ worship of, 143:4.2 (1612.2)
          a stage in development of monotheism, 96:0.1 (1052.1)
          war often made at bidding of, 70:1.15 (784.11)
     God of the Jews, Yahweh, the progressive conception of, 169:4.5 (1856.3)
     groupings, color the basis of early, 52:2.5 (591.5)
     law, an early formulation of, 70:10.11 (796.1)
     mark, early man’s need for a, 68:1.2 (763.5)
     spirit, dawn mammals’ development of, 62:2.5 (704.4)
     spirit of solidarity, effect of, on primitive religions, 103:3.1 (1132.1)
     stone fights, annual, need for, 70:1.6 (784.2)

Tribe(s) of Adam, Cain’s mark of membership in the, 76:2.8 (849.2)
     ancient Mesopotamian, difficulty of tracing to source, 77:4.7 (860.2)
     Andonic, early river dwellers in France, 63:5.3 (715.3)
          gravitation of, to rugged climes, result, 64:1.3 (718.5)
          intelligence of, 63:5.7 (715.7)
          Onagar the leader of, 63:6.1 (715.8)
     anecdotes about ancient and present-day, 64:6.10 (723.9), 64:7.19 (728.8), 68:5.4 (768.4), 68:6.10 (770.7), 69:6.2 (777.5), 70:5.4 (789.2), 71:1.3 (800.5), 74:8.5 (837.4), 84:3.6 (934.5), 85:1.1 (944.5), 85:1.4 (945.2), 85:4.2 (947.1), 86:2.2 (951.4), 88:1.2 (967.4), 88:1.5 (967.7), 88:5.5 (971.7), 89:6.2 (980.7), 89:6.5 (981.2), 91:0.4 (994.4), 91:3.2 (996.8), 92:2.5 (1005.1)
     Badonan, about, 64:3.0 (720.2–6)
          cultural traditions of, 64:2.4 (719.7)
          and the Neanderthal race, 64:3.5 (720.6)
          racial struggle of, 64:5.1 (722.2)
          Sangik family part of the, 64:5.2 (722.3)
     beginning of sending ambassadors among, 74:5.8 (834.2)
     clans and, 70:4.0 (788.3–12)
     council of, called by Nodite leaders, 77:3.1 (858.2)
     near Dalamatia, influence of the Prince’s staff on, 66:4.1 (743.10), 66:4.7 (744.6), 66:5.11 (747.1), 66:5.19 (747.9), 66:5.30 (749.1), 66:6.4 (749.6), 66:7.5 (750.7)
     a Dalamatia commandment concerning respect to elders of the, 66:7.15 (751.10)
     an early administrator of justice, 70:10.13 (796.3)
          peace group, 70:4.1 (788.3)
     in early times, property the possession of the, 69:9.8 (781.2)
     an evolving social unit, 70:3.1 (787.1), 70:3.3 (787.3), 134:5.9 (1488.7)
     the first true political body, a complex, 70:7.1 (790.4)
     folkways of the, tyranny to ancient man, 68:4.4 (767.4)
     lack of a natural leader for the, result, 70:6.3 (789.10)
     lot of the early, prior to primitive industry, 69:2.2 (773.3)
     loyalty to the, and difficulty of progression in political sovereignty, 134:5.8 (1488.6)
     Neanderthal, a hunting custom of the, 64:4.2 (720.8)
     outmarriage customs and the, 82:5.3 (918.3), 82:5.6 (919.2), 82:5.9 (919.5), 83:2.2 (923.2)
     peace rituals among early, 70:3.10 (788.1)
     policy of the Dalamatia one hundred regarding emissaries to a, 66:6.5 (749.7)
     polytheism at the level of the, 94:1.3 (1027.4), 95:7.2 (1050.7), 121:5.1 (1336.5)
     relation of the clan to the, 70:4.2 (788.4)
     relations of, with the Adamites, 75:3.2 (841.2), 75:3.4 (841.4), 75:3.5 (841.5), 75:5.9 (844.2), 76:0.1 (847.1), 76:3.4 (849.7), 76:4.4 (851.2), 76:4.8 (851.6), 78:2.2 (869.11)
          with Melchizedek, 93:2.4 (1015.4), 93:5.11 (1019.8), 93:5.14 (1020.3), 93:7.1 (1021.5), 93:8.1 (1022.3)
     shamancraft and the gods of the, 90:2.3 (987.7)
     taboos of the early, forbidden fruit, 89:2.1 (975.5)
     twelve, of Israelites, nonexistence of, 97:9.1 (1071.6)

Tribulation entrance into the kingdom through, 136:8.6 (1521.1), 137:6.5 (1533.3)
     great, prediction of, for time of Jerusalem’s destruction, 176:1.4 (1913.3)
     man’s, inevitability of, 48:7.14 (556.14), 181:1.6 (1954.3)

Tribunal(s) of a Planetary Prince, character of decrees of, 50:2.5 (573.6)
     of time and space, beings exempt from detention by, 23:1.7 (257.2)
     of Trinity divinity, authority of decisions of, 19:3.4 (217.3)

Tribute to Caesar, charge that Jesus taught people to refuse payment of, 184:5.4 (1985.5), 185:2.12 (1990.8), 185:3.1 (1991.1)
     probable result if Jesus had sanctioned payment of, 174:2.4 (1899.4)

Trifles Jesus’ admonition not to live in fear of, 165:3.4 (1820.3)
     little time wasted on, by Jesus, 134:9.7 (1495.4)
     mortals’ tendency to give attention to, 185:0.4 (1987.4)

Trilobite(s) age, 59:1.0 (673.1–674.6)
     decline of, in brachiopod age, 59:3.5 (677.2)
     near extinction of, 59:5.8 (680.10)

Trimurti a level of deity in Hinduism, 94:4.4 (1031.5)
     relation of other gods to the, 94:4.6 (1031.7)

Trinitarian concept, among the early Hindus, 104:1.5 (1144.2)
          vs. the monotheistic belief among the Hebrews, 104:1.8 (1144.5)
     doctrines developed by the Buddhist faith, 104:1.6 (1144.3)
     justice in the universe, character of, 4:4.5 (59.1)
     postulate, real, a definition, 104:1.7 (1144.4)
     sovereignty, Ancients of Days as focal points for evolution of, 116:4.6 (1272.5)
          one stage of a Creator Son’s sovereignty, 21:3.10 (238.4)
     unity, expression of, through the Supreme, 117:1.3 (1279.1)

Trinitarianism a definition, 104:1.9 (1144.6)
     devolution of, of Andite Mesopotamia, into polytheism, 94:1.3 (1027.4)
     difficulty of the Hebrews and Mohammedans in distinguishing, from polytheism, 104:1.9 (1144.6)
     intolerance of emerging monotheism for, when confronted by polytheism, 104:1.9 (1144.6)
     origin of the idea of, 104:2.2 (1145.3)

Trinitization(s) adventures, limitation of creatures as to number of, 22:7.3 (249.3)
     adventures of central universe and Paradise creatures, results of, 22:7.11 (251.1)
     of Ancients of Days, simultaneous, 18:3.4 (209.6)
     and authority to represent the Trinity, 13:1.12 (146.1)
     beings engaging in, 22:7.1 (249.1)
     between finaliters and Paradise-Havoners, 23:4.4 (262.5)
     of a “child of time and eternity,” and unrevealed mind potentials of the Supreme-Ultimate, 23:4.3 (262.4)
     creature, beings eligible for, 22:7.2 (249.2)
     by creatures, results of, to participants, 22:7.8 (250.2)
     a definition of, 0:7.8 (11.2), 13:1.12 (146.1)
     experience common to all Trinitized Sons of God, 22:0.5 (243.5)
     the Father’s liberation by, 0:7.8 (11.2)
     of Mighty Messengers, the first, 22:2.4 (245.4)
     of Perfections of Days, purpose of, 18:4.1 (210.4)
     potentials of Material Sons, vs. those of ascendant mortals, 31:5.3 (349.3)
     a secret of Vicegerington, 13:1.12 (146.1)
     technique of, 13:1.13 (146.2), 22:7.0 (249.1–251.4)
     unions, effects on parties to, 22:7.9 (250.3)
     a unique experience incomprehensible by material minds, 22:7.1 (249.1)

Trinitized Ambassadors, field of operations of, 18:4.5 (211.1), 22:6.0 (248.6–8)
     beings, classification of, 30:1.18 (331.7)
          vs. Trinity-origin beings, 13:2.3 (148.2)
     Corps, definition, 30:1.2 (330.4)
     Custodians, vs. Celestial Guardians, 22:5.6 (248.5)
          identity and function of, 18:4.5 (211.1)
     Finaliters, Corps of, 22:8.6 (252.2), 26:11.2 (296.5), 30:2.134 (337.35), 31:10.4 (352.11)
     offspring of glorified creatures, Deity embrace open to, 13:1.12 (146.1)
          of glorified mortal graduates, among subordinates of Supreme Executives, 17:1.7 (199.1)
     Secrets of Supremacy, about, 18:1.0 (207.12–208.5)
          Paradise worlds of the Father directed by, 13:1.2 (144.2)
          privy to all secrets of the worlds of the Father, 13:2.9 (149.2)
          Stationary Sons of the Trinity, 10:6.6 (114.7)
     sons, assignment of Solitary Messengers as associates of, 19:5.4 (219.5)
          Mighty Messengers as, 40:10.12 (454.1)
          as Most High Assistants, 37:4.2 (409.7)
     Sons of Attainment, about, 30:1.25 (331.14)
               co-ordinate associates of Stationary Sons of the Trinity, 22:4.5 (247.4)
               a division of Trinity-embraced Sons, 22:1.9 (243.14)
               field of service of, 22:1.14 (244.5)
               groups making up the, 15:10.12 (178.12), 22:1.10 (244.1)
               qualifications for selection of, 22:4.4 (247.3)
               tertiary seconaphim assigned to, 28:6.1 (313.5)
          of children of time and citizens of eternity, occupation of, 22:7.10 (250.4)
          of destiny, about, 22:7.14 (251.4), 30:2.64 (336.11)
               apparently unlimited numbers of, 23:4.4 (262.5)
               assignment of Solitary Messengers to, 23:4.4 (262.5)
               attributes of, 22:7.10 (250.4)
               creation of, 22:7.10 (250.4), 22:7.14 (251.4), 23:4.3 (262.4)
               current status and activities of, 22:7.10 (250.4)
               speculation on future of, 23:4.4 (262.5)
          of God, about, 22:0.0 (243.1–255.1)
               origin of, 20:0.5 (223.5)
               ten orders of, 30:2.54 (336.1)
          of Perfection, attitude of, toward realities of universe ascension, 22:9.8 (253.2)
               identity of, 22:1.12 (244.3), 30:1.27 (331.16)
          of Selection, finished creatures, 40:10.12 (454.1)
          of unrevealed destiny, question as to eternal association of Solitary Messengers with the, 23:4.4 (262.5)

Trinitizing acts of glorified creatures, significance of personalities resulting from, 13:1.12 (146.1)
     the adventure of, record of success of Material Sons in, 31:5.3 (349.3)
     the first, of Mighty Messengers, qualifying event for, 22:2.4 (245.4)
     parents, functional spiritual union of two, 22:7.8 (250.2)
     relationships of primary and secondary maximums, results of, 105:5.10 (1158.10)
     sector of Paradise Citizens, retreat of mortal finaliters to, 22:7.5 (249.5)
     union of finaliters and Paradise-Havona personalities, sanctioning and results of, 22:7.10 (250.4)

Trinity(ies) Absolute, absoluteness of, in total function, 106:6.4 (1168.3)
          completed function of the, conjectures regarding the, 106:6.3 (1168.2)
          identity of the, 106:5.1 (1167.2)
          time of the completed formation of the, 106:5.1 (1167.2)
     absolute level attained by the, 106:6.4 (1168.3)
     administrators, grand corps of, personnel of, 19:4.8 (218.6)
          present, the probable future vicegerents of the Supreme Being, 117:7.15 (1292.9)
     ambassadors, 33:5.1 (370.6)
     association of the three Deities, result of, 0:3.22 (6.2), 10:3.2 (110.8), 10:5.2 (113.3)
     attitudes, simultaneous and multiple, 10:5.3 (113.4)
     beyond the finite, 10:8.0 (116.2–117.2)
     Christian concept of, errors in the, consequences, 104:1.13 (1145.1)
     comparison of a, with a triunity, 104:3.17 (1147.9)
     concept, vs. evolutionary triad beliefs, 104:0.1 (1143.1)
          in relation to Agni, 94:1.3 (1027.4), 104:1.2 (1143.5)
          the Sethites’ retention of the, 92:5.9 (1009.3), 104:1.2 (1143.5)
          Zoroastrianism’s failure to evolve the, 95:6.5 (1050.1)
     conception, not just a group of three separate gods, 104:1.7 (1144.4)
     Councils of the, 15:10.1 (178.1)
     creation of central universe by the, 14:2.2 (154.4)
     definition, according to a Divine Counselor, 0:12.4 (16.1)
          according to Lao-tse, 94:6.3 (1033.6)
          according to a Melchizedek of Nebadon, 106:5.3 (1167.4)
     deity reality, 106:5.3 (1167.4)
     disclosure of unified nature of, by Ancients of Days, 18:3.2 (209.4)
     doctrine of, and Rodan’s belief as to the personality of God, 161:1.6 (1784.3)
     embrace of creature-trinitized sons by the, 22:4.2 (247.1), 22:8.4 (251.8), 26:11.2 (296.5)
          finaliters by the, 15:10.12 (178.12), 22:1.10 (244.1), 22:2.2 (245.2), 22:5.3 (248.2), 40:10.12 (454.1)
     -embraced sons, classification of, according to origin, nature, and function, 22:1.0 (243.6–244.6)
     experiential, correlativity of the, 106:5.2 (1167.3)
     final function of the, question as to, 56:9.3 (644.5)
     first experiential, association of Architects and grand universe Supreme Creators in the, 31:9.14 (352.7), 106:3.4 (1166.2)
          identity, 106:3.2 (1165.7)
          provision of, for group attainment of ultimate eventualities, 106:3.4 (1166.2)
     functions of the, 10:5.0 (113.2–114.1), 104:2.4 (1145.5)
          associates God’s personal will with Deity absoluteness, 10:0.1 (108.1)
          relation of, to that of the Supreme, 115:5.2 (1265.1)
     government, material emblem of the, 53:5.4 (605.8)
     guides, function of, 26:7.0 (292.5)
     inception of the, master universe adequate for, 106:6.2 (1168.1)
     inevitabilities, the Seven Master Spirits apparent, 115:7.5 (1266.6)
     Infinite, 0:12.9 (16.6), 10:5.7 (113.8)
     is deity unity, 106:5.3 (1167.4)
     justice administered by the, 104:2.5 (1146.1)
     limitation of the Absolute by the, 0:11.16 (15.6)
     Machiventa’s symbol of the, 104:1.3 (1143.6)
     man’s view of the, 10:6.18 (115.2)
     mortal man’s inability to understand the, 116:2.3 (1269.7)
     not a person, 10:5.4 (113.5)
     not personal, 106:5.3 (1167.4)
     not the simple sum of the attributes of the three Paradise Deities, 104:2.4 (1145.5)
     oneness of the three Deities in the, 56:9.1 (644.3)
     an organic entity, 104:3.14 (1147.6)
     -origin beings, classification of, 30:1.18 (331.7), 30:2.22 (335.13)
          Beings, Co-ordinate, 19:0.0 (214.1–222.10)
               home of, location, 13:2.4 (148.3)
               loyalty of, 19:7.3 (222.7)
               Paradise perfection of, 18:0.11 (207.11)
               space velocity of, 19:7.4 (222.8)
               vs. trinitized beings, 13:2.3 (148.2)
     original Deity, 115:4.1 (1263.7)
     of outer space creations, third persons of postulated functioning, 118:9.8 (1304.1)
     the Paradise, 8:1.3 (90.7), 10:0.0 (108.1–117.2)
          see also Paradise Trinity
     personalities, definition, 21:2.8 (236.6)
     portrayals, in India, source of the early, and the late, 104:1.5 (1144.2)
     the possible relationship of the Father, Son, and Spirit (as persons) to the, 104:3.15 (1147.7)
     post-Havona, current status of, 0:12.5 (16.2)
     reaction of, to personality, 106:5.3 (1167.4)
     reality, Havona comprehension of, 16:3.18 (188.6)
     regime, extent of, 15:13.6 (181.6)
     responsiveness of space presence of outer zone of nether Paradise to the, 11:5.7 (122.7)
     a revealed, sometime mixing of an evolutionary triad with, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     the second experiential, the Supreme Being’s possible coabsolute relationship in, 117:7.10 (1292.4)
     Seven Master Spirits’ inability to function as the, 16:1.2 (185.2)
     Son(s), Immanuel a high, 33:5.1 (370.6)
          of Paradise, Faithful of Days a, 43:4.2 (489.5)
          personalities included in the stationary group of the, 10:6.5 (114.6)
     sovereignty, man’s need to recognize the extent of, 104:2.3 (1145.4)
     Stationary Sons of the, 10:0.2 (108.2), 10:6.0 (114.2–115.2)
     a supersummative Deity, 104:2.4 (1145.5)
     of Supremacy, attitude of, reflected by Supreme Being, 10:7.3 (115.5)
          grand universe the domain of, 0:8.10 (12.1)
     supremacy, discoveries of, to be made on the Paradise ascent, 10:4.7 (113.1)
     Teacher counselor, special advisers of, in seventh stage of light and life, 55:4.22 (628.10)
     Teacher Son(s), and activities of Paradise Corps of the Finality, 20:9.5 (232.3)
          administration of Nebadon educational system by, 37:6.1 (412.1)
          association of Evening Stars with, 37:2.11 (408.3)
               of, with Melchizedeks in training of ascendant mortals, 35:4.1 (388.10)
          certain future appearance of, on Urantia, 52:7.14 (600.3), 93:10.8 (1025.4)
          classification of, 19:0.1 (214.1)
          co-operation of finaliters on light-and-life worlds with the, 55:4.1 (626.12)
          co-ordinating function of, 19:1.4 (215.1), 20:10.3 (232.6)
          the Daynals, 20:1.4 (223.9), 20:7.1 (230.3), 52:7.2 (598.5)
          a function of, 7:6.6 (88.4), 37:2.9 (408.1), 55:10.6 (634.6)
          a group of Co-ordinate Trinity-origin Beings, 19:0.1 (214.1)
          liaison of, with Inspired Trinity Spirits, 19:5.9 (220.4)
          liberation of midway creatures by the, 55:4.8 (627.6)
          local universe training of trinitized sons by, 22:8.2 (251.6)
          Michael’s function as counselor to a, 119:4.3 (1313.6)
          mission of, 19:5.9 (220.4), 20:8.3 (231.3)
          nature of, 20:7.4 (230.6)
          number of, 19:1.2 (214.11), 20:7.2 (230.4)
          origin of, 7:6.6 (88.4), 20:1.11 (224.1), 20:7.1 (230.3), 35:0.1 (384.1)
          possible association of, with finaliters in career of future universes, 20:9.5 (232.3)
          repeated return of, to the same worlds, 52:7.10 (599.6)
          secretaries to, 39:1.13 (428.7)
          service of creature-trinitized sons with, 22:1.12 (244.3)
          unique Trinity origin of, 19:1.3 (214.12)
     teachings of the, Salem missionaries’ spread of the, 104:1.5 (1144.2)
     the three, about, 0:12.0 (15.7–16.6)
     the total of Deity, 10:7.2 (115.4)
     of Trinities, about, 106:8.0 (1170.4–1173.1)
          complete function of, prerequisite to the, 106:8.22 (1172.7)
          components of the, 0:12.9 (16.6), 56:9.3 (644.5)
          experiential, manifestation of the, nondetectability of, 106:9.5 (1174.1)
          speculation about Universal Absolute and the, 56:9.3 (644.5)
          the Supreme Being’s possible coinfinite participation in the, 117:7.11 (1292.5)
     and triunities, 104:3.0 (1146.3–1147.10)
     vs. triunity and triodity, 106:5.4 (1167.5)
     of Ultimacy, 10:5.5 (113.6), 10:8.2 (116.3)
     Ultimate, component parts of, 31:9.14 (352.7)
          the co-ordination of cosmic and spirit evolution on transcendental levels, 106:3.5 (1166.3)
          the enigma concerning the present status of the Supreme, and the, 106:6.2 (1168.1), 117:7.4 (1291.8)
          Michael a part of the, 119:8.6 (1318.5)
     unification of, to finite beings, 0:9.2 (12.5)
     unity and Deity plurality, 104:2.0 (1145.2–1146.2)
     Universal I AM the cause and source of the, 56:9.5 (644.7)
     worship of, in Egypt, 96:1.8 (1053.6)
     Zone of Infinity’s Paradise relation to the, 11:5.2 (122.2)

Triodity(ies) ability of, to function on the finite level, 115:4.3 (1264.2)
     about, 104:5.0 (1151.1–13)
     of actuality, functioning of, in post-Havona epochs, 115:6.1 (1265.2)
          the three entities in the, 104:5.2 (1151.2), 115:3.7 (1262.4), 115:3.14 (1263.1)
     manifestation of, on the finite level, in conjunction with the Supreme Being, 115:4.5 (1264.4)
     non-Father triune relationships, 104:5.1 (1151.1)
     of potentiality, nonfunctioning of, on subabsolute levels, 115:3.13 (1262.10)
          the three entities in the, 104:5.7 (1151.7), 115:3.8 (1262.5)
     relation of, to the Supreme, 115:7.4 (1266.5)

Trip(s) about Rome, 132:7.0 (1466.1–1467.5)
     to Bethlehem, the, 122:7.0 (1350.3–1351.4)
     of the boy Jesus away from home, educational advantages of, 123:3.8 (1360.3), 124:1.13 (1368.2)
          to visit his uncles, 123:6.2 (1364.5), 124:3.1 (1369.7)
     the caravan, to the Caspian, 134:2.0 (1484.5–1485.2)
     from the mansion worlds to system worlds of training and culture, 48:3.14 (546.7)
     trial, in the flesh, mortals’ life on earth, 1:4.3 (26.5)
          from Havona to Paradise, 26:7.4 (293.2)
     of twenty-four counselors to quarantined worlds, 114:2.4 (1252.2)

Triumph of the death on the cross, 188:5.6 (2018.5)
     eventual, of the religion of Jesus, 195:4.5 (2075.3)
     of faith over evil, sin, and iniquity, 194:3.2 (2062.11)
     of love, 54:6.0 (618.4–620.3)
     of Michael on Urantia, his becoming the successor of Caligastia and Adam by, 93:10.7 (1025.3)
          Machiventa the planetary receiver up until the, 93:10.5 (1025.1)
          the signal for Gabriel to bind the dragon, 53:1.6 (602.3)
     a story of ultimate, for our world and its inhabitants, 76:6.4 (854.1)
     the teachings of the Master will fully, 195:6.2 (2076.7)
     of technique, the satisfaction of the Gods by worship on Paradise, 27:7.7 (304.5)

Triumphal entry of Jesus, attitudes of the apostles toward, 172:5.0 (1883.6–1887.1)
          David Zebedee’s spread of the report of the, 172:3.7 (1881.5)
          effect of, on Jewish leaders, 173:2.1 (1891.2)
          John Zebedee’s understanding of, 172:5.5 (1884.4)
          Rebecca’s presence at the, 127:5.6 (1403.4)
     procession into Jerusalem, ending of, 172:5.4 (1884.3)
          Judas’s reaction to, 172:5.12 (1886.4)

Triune Deity, Seven Master Spirits’ relation to, 16:1.0 (185.1–4), 16:4.1 (189.2)
     -origin beings, definition and classification, 30:1.2 (330.4)
     Paradise Deity, and God the Supreme, 0:7.7 (11.1)
          three orders of sonship of, 35:0.7 (384.7)

Triunity(ies) absolute unification of realities by the, 105:7.16 (1160.14)
     an association, 104:3.14 (1147.6)
     the basic association of Absolutes, 105:4.9 (1157.10)
     the component entities of the, 104:4.2 (1148.1)
     a definition, 104:3.16 (1147.8)
     effect of, on the Father-I AM, 104:4.46 (1150.13)
     fifth, the triunity of reactive infinity, 104:4.29 (1149.14)
     first, character of the divinity of, 104:4.15 (1148.14)
          divine personalities of the, 104:4.7 (1148.6)
          functions of the, 104:4.3 (1148.2)
          identity of, 10:4.1 (112.4), 104:3.14 (1147.6)
          the personal-purposive triunity, 104:4.3 (1148.2)
          relationship between the Trinity and the, 104:3.15 (1147.7)
     fourth, the triunity of energy infinity, 104:4.22 (1149.7), 104:4.27 (1149.12)
     function of, 104:4.46 (1150.13), 105:4.7 (1157.8)
     a functional unity, 104:3.14 (1147.6)
     members of a, partners, 104:3.16 (1147.8)
     Paradise Trinity the first, 10:4.1 (112.4)
     the reality of, 104:3.18 (1147.10)
     relationships of First Source and Center, and the Trinity Infinite, 10:5.7 (113.8)
     second, the architect of pattern, 104:4.9 (1148.8), 104:4.14 (1148.13), 104:4.15 (1148.14)
     seven, a function of the, 10:5.7 (113.8)
     seventh, the triunity of infinite unity, 104:4.39 (1150.6)
     sixth, the triunity of cosmic-associated Deity, 104:4.34 (1150.1)
     third, the spirit-evolutional triunity, 104:4.16 (1149.1)
     vs. trinity, 104:3.1 (1146.3), 104:3.14 (1147.6)
     unrevealed in these papers, eight more, 104:4.45 (1150.12)

Trouble(s) believers’ attitude toward inevitable, 159:3.13 (1767.1)
     God a present help in, 131:2.3 (1444.3)
     Jesus’ experience of earthly, 181:1.8 (1954.5)
          warning of, in the Father’s service, reason, 137:6.5 (1533.3)
     a motive for prayer, 146:2.12 (1640.1)
     origin of many of man’s, 149:5.3 (1674.5)
     real, the sole possibility of, 12:9.6 (142.1)

Troubled let not your heart(s) be, 140:5.18 (1575.3), 180:3.4 (1947.3), 181:1.5 (1954.2), 181:1.9 (1954.6), 182:2.1 (1966.1)
     mind(s) of Amos at Kheresa, quieting down of the, 151:6.6 (1696.4)
          cure of a man afflicted by the infirmities of his, 147:3.5 (1649.5)
          definition of, 141:4.6 (1591.2)
          seekers of comfort for, from Jesus, 147:2.2 (1648.4)
          Thomas an encouragement for many, to come into the kingdom, 139:8.6 (1561.6)

True light which lights every man who comes into the world, 40:5.19 (447.4), 101:0.3 (1104.3), 107:4.5 (1181.1)
     monogamy—pair marriage, 83:6.0 (927.2–928.1)
     religion(s), aliveness of, 102:2.7 (1120.4)
          the ancestry of, 101:1.5 (1105.2)
          basis of, 160:5.3 (1780.5)
          a cult’s relation to, 87:7.10 (966.5)
          definition, 101:2.13 (1107.3)
          and modern science, 195:6.2 (2076.7)
          see also Religion(s)—True
     Shepherd, a title for Jesus, 128:1.10 (1408.7)
     values, 132:1.0 (1456.7–1457.3)
     vine, I am the, 182:1.22 (1965.16)

Trust and assurance, man’s development of, 101:2.14 (1107.4)
     childlike, necessary to entrance into the kingdom, 102:1.1 (1118.4)
     in the divine word, man’s joy in, 143:2.7 (1610.2)
     and faith, the two cardinal precepts of Melchizedek, 92:4.7 (1007.7)
     funds, definition, 132:5.11 (1463.5)
     grandeur of, requisites for, 3:5.8 (51.7)
     of kingdom believers in God, the sharing of Jesus’ faith, 196:1.5 (2091.1)
     in the Lord, man’s, 131:2.8 (1445.2), 152:5.3 (1704.2)
     morontia Jesus’ talk with Andrew on, 192:2.7 (2048.3)
     in one another, Jesus’ plea to the apostles for, 193:3.2 (2055.2)
     sublime, in the goodness of God, 101:3.6 (1108.5)

Trustee(s) Caligastia’s proclamation of Daligastia as, of all administrative functions, 67:2.1 (755.3)
     the Eternal Son the, of the Father’s ascension plan, 7:4.7 (86.1)
     guardian seraphim as, of survival values of slumbering mortal soul, 113:6.5 (1247.3)
     of personality factors in transit of surviving mortals, the archangels, 112:5.15 (1234.4)
     of planetary sovereignty, Vorondadek observer the, 114:4.1 (1253.4)
     of resources of one generation for the next, wealthy advised to act as, 132:5.1 (1462.2), 132:5.15 (1463.9)
     of undertakings, Trinitized Custodians the, 22:5.6 (248.5)

Trusteeship of Adam and Eve as visible rulers of our world, 51:3.4 (583.3), 75:7.1 (845.1)
     of wealth, sacred responsibility of a, 132:5.23 (1465.2)

Trustworthiness faithfulness the measure of human, 171:8.11 (1876.8)
     functions of Solemnity of Trust in regard to, 28:6.13 (315.6)
     relation of service to, 28:6.16 (316.3)

Truth always a revelation, 101:4.3 (1109.4)
     artistic triumphs of, 48:6.33 (555.1)
     the Buddhist teaching concerning small and large, 94:11.4 (1039.3)
     confidence in, relation of fear of public opinion to, 146:3.2 (1641.4)
     creed crystallization of, 155:3.3 (1727.3)
     vs. facts in theology, 143:6.3 (1615.4)
     final, Gautama Siddhartha’s attempt to grasp, 100:5.3 (1099.1)
     fossilization of, a danger from formalized religion, 99:6.3 (1092.3)
     of God, Abraham’s treatment of the, 162:7.3 (1796.5)
     Havona creatures’ attitude toward, 3:5.17 (52.3)
     and Hebrew and Greek religions, 5:4.6 (67.4)
     nonresentment of honest criticism by, 146:3.2 (1641.4)
     principles which should guide preachers of, 159:3.0 (1765.3–1767.2)
     promulgation of, believers’ attitude in the, 178:1.14 (1931.5)
     relation of love to, 5:4.6 (67.4)
     revelatory religion, 92:4.3 (1007.3)
     sustaining of the universe by, 131:4.6 (1449.1)
     what is, Pilate’s statement to Jesus, 185:3.5 (1991.5)

Truth—Characteristics
     a characteristic of, 2:7.3 (42.4)
     coherence of, 2:7.12 (43.5)
     a factor in love, 140:8.31 (1583.5)
     inconcussible, 118:3.3 (1297.4)
     is living, 176:3.7 (1917.3)
     a liberating revelation, 143:1.4 (1608.1)
     lives always in the present, 79:8.8 (888.1)
     living, dynamic quality of, 180:5.2 (1949.4)
          gospel of the kingdom a, 178:1.15 (1931.6)
          relation of goodness, righteousness, and justice to, 44:7.2 (507.3)
     qualities of, 2:7.11 (43.4)
     relative and expanding, 79:8.8 (888.1)
     shall make you free, 141:7.6 (1593.7), 162:7.2 (1796.4)
     unchanged nature of, from generation to generation, 102:1.3 (1119.2)

Truth—Defined
     cannot be defined with words, only by living, 132:3.2 (1459.2)
     -conviction, a definition, 180:5.12 (1951.1)
     -co-ordinated, a definition, 155:1.4 (1726.1)
     a definition, 55:3.3 (625.2), 132:3.2 (1459.2), 180:5.2 (1949.4)
     divine, a definition, 180:5.2 (1949.4)
     of living, a definition, 101:9.5 (1115.6)
     meanings, a definition, 56:10.18 (648.1)
     revealed, definition, 132:3.4 (1459.4)
     is timeless, 118:3.2 (1297.3)

Truth—Deity
     a comprehensible element of Deity, 56:10.2 (646.3)
     a divine reality, 2:7.4 (42.5)
     eternal, teaching of, part of the mission of the Son of Man, 153:2.6 (1710.4)
          a true spirit value, 180:5.9 (1950.4)
          where discerned, 2:6.1 (40.5)
     -fact of the Father’s presence in his Sons, importance of, 32:3.6 (361.1)
          of the resurrected Jesus, the mighty, 190:1.6 (2030.5)
     the Father’s ministry of, nonstatic, 155:6.2 (1730.6)
     of God, endures to all generations, 131:2.5 (1444.5)
     God is, 131:1.6 (1443.2)
          the most living of all, 102:7.10 (1127.4)
          the source of, 1:2.1 (23.4), 131:2.5 (1444.5)
     life of, God the, 5:4.2 (66.6)
     the Lord’s abundance in, 131:2.3 (1444.3)
     love of, Father and Son equal in, 6:2.7 (75.4)
     origin of all, in God, 102:6.6 (1125.1)
          in religious experience, 132:3.2 (1459.2)
     personification of, in the local universe, 34:4.5 (377.9)
     the reality and divinity of, 131:9.2 (1452.6)
     and reality values, 132:3.2 (1459.2)
     wisdom of, origin of, 27:5.4 (302.3)
     your word is, 182:1.5 (1964.2)

Truth—Error
     advantage of, over error, 102:6.7 (1125.2)
     crowding out of error with, 132:0.4 (1455.4)
     and error, agelong contest between, science engaged in, 12:9.5 (141.6)
          beliefs may be a mixture of, 103:1.5 (1130.4)
          choice of wisdom between, a sign of spirit leading, 103:9.10 (1142.1), 196:3.17 (2095.1)
          contrasting results of, 2:7.6 (42.7)
          evil stimulative of choosing between, 55:3.10 (625.9)
          man endowed by the Father with power to choose between, 130:1.6 (1429.2)
          no peace possible between, 175:1.2 (1905.4)
     over evil, the cross the symbol of the triumph of, 188:5.6 (2018.5)
     evolved religion believed by its followers to be the, 92:3.4 (1006.1)
     and falsehood, conflicting, error created by, 54:0.1 (613.1)
     living, overcoming evil by love of the, 131:1.7 (1443.3)
     love of, and necessity for error in the world, 3:5.10 (51.9)
     vs. magic, in world today, 88:6.8 (973.1)
     man’s progress from error into, 88:4.5 (970.10)
     perversion of, a cause of, 19:1.9 (215.6)
     revelation of, on Urantia, effect of rebellion on the, 102:1.3 (1119.2)
     and untruth, potentiality of error in presence of, 54:0.2 (613.2)

Truth—Jesus’ Teaching
     about himself, Jesus’ decision to reveal to his apostles the, 157:3.6 (1746.3)
          Jesus, apostles’ reaction to, 157:3.7 (1746.4)
          the kingdom of heaven, Jesus’ teaching his apostles the, 137:1.1 (1524.2), 178:3.2 (1934.4)
     vs. fact, of Jesus’ resurrection, 189:2.6 (2023.5)
     a factor in Jesus’ teachings, 101:6.10 (1112.6)
     Jesus’ ability to recognize, 126:3.8 (1390.3)
          first experience in being unable to tell the whole, 127:2.7 (1397.5)
          interest in proclaiming, 100:7.2 (1101.6), 125:5.8 (1383.1)
          loyalty to all, 100:7.2 (1101.6)
          talk with Ganid on the difference between knowledge, wisdom, and, 133:9.3 (1481.5)
          use of parables to teach seekers after, 151:1.4 (1689.2)
     of the parable of the sower, apostles’ inability to grasp, 151:2.5 (1690.3)
     saving, apostles to proclaim the, of man’s being a son of God, 150:4.2 (1681.9)
          Jesus’ proclamation of, 100:7.2 (1101.6)
     spiritual, Jesus a teacher of, 141:7.10 (1594.4)

Truth—Religious Experience
     an aid to worship, 167:6.6 (1840.5)
     appreciation of, 3:5.16 (52.2), 132:3.4 (1459.4), 177:4.5 (1925.2)
     the central, of religion, 102:8.1 (1127.5)
     comprehension of, the highest form of human liberty, 194:2.2 (2060.7)
     destiny of the followers of, 131:5.5 (1450.4)
     enhancement of the discernment of, as related to experience, 132:2.5 (1458.2)
     and error, the individual’s choice between, and insight, 196:3.17 (2095.1)
          stimulated by potential evil even on glorified spheres of light and life, 55:3.10 (625.9)
     and faith, 103:9.7 (1141.5), 132:3.0 (1459.1–1460.4)
     growth in the knowledge of, and entry into the joy of the Lord, 176:3.7 (1917.3)
     insight of revelation, one necessary basis for man’s philosophy, 103:6.15 (1137.5)
     living, operation of, in spirit-born men and women, 181:2.26 (1961.5)
     man’s faith in, a measure of his spiritual capacity, 156:5.17 (1740.4)
          possession of, dependent on faith, 132:3.5 (1459.5)
     ministry of, and man’s worship, 146:2.17 (1641.1)
     nearness of faith to the, 131:9.3 (1453.1)
     one believes, 101:8.1 (1114.5)
     and personality, 1:7.3 (31.3)
     personally discovered, origin of, 132:3.4 (1459.4)
     recognition of, by mortal man, a step to recognition of a God of love, 56:6.3 (641.4)
     relation of, to health, sanity, happiness, 2:7.11 (43.4)
     religious believers’ willingness to appropriate, 94:12.4 (1041.2)
     results of the working union of human faith and, 101:5.12 (1111.2)

Truth—Science
     absence of conflict between true knowledge and, 132:3.4 (1459.4)
     contrast of, with knowledge, 130:4.10 (1435.2)
     and facts, a human being’s need of both, 111:6.7 (1222.6)
     of God, a relative revelation, adaptable to evolution, 102:7.2 (1126.2)
     importance of, in scientific research, 90:4.9 (992.1)
     vs. knowledge, 132:3.2 (1459.2)
     linked with fact, consequences, 118:3.3 (1297.4)
     a machine’s inability to know, 195:6.11 (2077.7)
     and material science, 12:9.3 (141.4)
     vs. mathematics, 133:5.5 (1476.7)
     relation of, to science and philosophy, 56:10.10 (647.1)
     sometime association of, with obsolete ideas regarding the material world, 102:1.3 (1119.2)
     spiritual, material wonders’ failure to advance, 152:6.5 (1705.5)

Truth—Seeking
     absolute, impossibility of attaining a full knowledge of, 102:2.4 (1120.1)
     attainment of, by knowledge, 27:6.2 (302.6)
     blessing of being enlightened by the, 147:6.6 (1655.2)
     ceaseless progression in, a characteristic of the future life, 181:1.2 (1953.4)
     giver, result of the meeting of a truth seeker with a, 130:1.1 (1428.1)
     hunger, a prerequisite to entrance into the kingdom, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
     kingdom believer’s freedom to follow, 155:6.5 (1731.3)
     of law, knowledge available from the Technical Advisers, 25:4.19 (280.7)
     logic’s functioning dependent on a personality’s desire for, 103:7.5 (1138.3)
     love of, not compulsory, 153:3.5 (1712.5)
          a requisite for, 3:5.10 (51.9), 156:5.21 (1740.8)
     mortals’ guide into all, 180:6.3 (1951.4)
     personally discovered, the joint creation of material mind and indwelling spirit, 132:3.4 (1459.4)
     privilege of those who know the way of, 132:6.1 (1465.5)
     a requisite for possession of, 25:4.12 (279.13)
     saving, man’s ultimate belief in the, 140:1.6 (1569.3)
     seeker(s), assembled near Pella, 141:1.2 (1587.4)
          in the Bethsaida camp, 148:0.1 (1657.1)
          prerequisite to one’s ability to attract, 155:1.5 (1726.2)
          reason for Jesus’ early contact with, 123:3.1 (1359.2)
          result of the meeting of a truth giver with a, 130:1.1 (1428.1)
     -seeking man, vs. the self-sufficient man, 140:5.7 (1573.9)
     shall set man free from intellectual bondage, 101:6.10 (1112.6)
     subordination of spirit-led lives to, 155:6.11 (1732.4)
     technique of making man capable of accepting, 101:6.7 (1112.3)
     unexplored, faith voyage of adventure on the seas of, 155:5.11 (1729.6)

Truth—Spirit of Truth
     frank speaking of, tempered by spiritual discernment of the golden rule, 180:5.5 (1949.7)
     living, promise of the gift of the spirit of, 180:4.1 (1948.2)
     responsiveness of Spirit of Truth to, 56:10.13 (647.4)
     an understanding of, through the ministry of the Spirit of Truth, 103:7.8 (1138.6)
     see also Spirit(s)—Spirit of Truth

Truth—Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
     and beauty, correlation of goodness with discernment of, 2:7.8 (43.1), 132:2.5 (1458.2)
          divine, 2:7.0 (42.2–43.5)
     beauty, and goodness, about, 56:10.0 (646.2–648.4)
          the correlation of, 44:7.2 (507.3), 106:9.12 (1175.1), 117:1.7 (1279.5)
          culmination of one’s pursuit of, 195:6.17 (2078.3)
          the individual’s enhanced love for, a practical test of religious experiences, 91:7.10 (1001.1)
               need to recognize the sovereignty of, 99:4.4 (1089.12)
          the living of, a consuming desire of the religious man, 196:3.32 (2096.8)
          the lures of, effect of group religious activities on, 99:6.2 (1092.2)
          the mortal mind’s choosing of, significance, 112:6.9 (1237.1)
          noninherence of, in physics or chemistry, 195:6.11 (2077.7)
          penetration of, from the supreme to the ultimate, 115:3.19 (1263.6)
          society’s need to protect those devoted to the service of, 71:4.16 (804.16)
          the soul’s superanimal effort to find, 196:3.32 (2096.8)
          unification of, in experience, a prerequisite for their real expression, 44:7.3 (507.4)
     beauty(ies) of, discovery of the, techniques of, 2:7.6 (42.7)
          vs. phenomenon of evil, 195:5.13 (2076.4)

Truths concealed, of the original gospel, sometime emergence of, result, 194:2.8 (2061.6)
     the greatest of all, identity, 195:10.21 (2086.7)
     of the heavenly kingdom, evangelists’ emphasis at Chorazin, 155:2.2 (1726.5)
     of Jesus’ gospel, ultimate persistence of, 195:9.1 (2082.6)
     of the kingdom, primacy of, 141:6.2 (1592.4), 163:3.3 (1803.5)
     two primary, in the teachings of the kingdom, 141:7.6 (1593.7)
     universal, of the cross, 188:5.13 (2019.6)

Tubal-Cain illustrated mercy and forbearance in Scripture with the term seventy-seven, 159:1.7 (1764.2)

Tunic Jesus’, reason for the soldiers casting lots for, 187:2.8 (2007.7)

Turkestan Adamites’ activities in, 80:2.5 (891.1)
          migrations into, 81:1.2 (900.4)
     the Andite homeland, 79:4.1 (882.1)
     Andite migration into, 78:6.3 (873.7)
     the Andites of, about, 79:1.0 (878.2–879.6)
          domestication of the horse by, 81:2.12 (902.2)
     the Andonites in, 78:1.5 (869.1), 80:9.6 (898.1)
     the blending of the Adamites and Nodites in, 78:3.3 (870.6), 78:3.5 (871.1), 78:4.2 (871.8)
     bronze culture found in, 81:3.4 (903.6)
     building of wooden houses in, 81:2.16 (902.6)
     climatic destruction of grassland of, results, 81:3.1 (903.3), 81:6.4 (907.1)
     Mesopotamian exodus into, 79:2.8 (880.6)
     revival of civilization of, 78:5.3 (872.7)
     vestiges of Adamsonite headquarters in the foothills of, 77:5.10 (862.4)

Turtles first appearance of, in North America, 60:2.13 (688.5)
     land type, appearance of, time of, 60:3.20 (691.1)
     a modern type of reptile, 61:3.14 (698.1)
     nonprogressive descendants of frog family, 65:2.10 (732.8)
     survivors of early reptiles, 61:2.6 (695.4)

Tut chief of the tribal relations council, 66:5.28 (748.9)
     disloyalty of the entire commission of, 67:4.1 (757.4)

Tutankhamen identity of, 95:5.10 (1048.4)

Twelve apostles, the, 139:0.0 (1548.1–1567.7)
          dedication of their worldly possessions by the, 163:2.11 (1803.2)
          first work of the, 138:8.0 (1545.2–1546.2)
          heart-sorrowing disappointment of the, 145:4.3 (1634.3)
          Jesus’ washing the feet of his, 179:3.7 (1939.5)
          ordination of the, 140:0.0 (1568.1–1586.1)
          organization of the, 138:10.0 (1547.1–11)
          preliminary ordination instruction of the, 140:1.0 (1568.4–1569.4)
          religion the exclusive business of the, 140:8.30 (1583.4)
          see also Apostle(s)—Individuals; Apostle(s)—the Twelve
     commonplace men, Jesus’ personal representatives, 140:8.20 (1582.1)
     legions of angels, forces at Jesus’ command, 183:3.7 (1974.5)
     the number, subdivisions and multiples of, relation of, to basic life patterns, 36:2.11 (397.11)
     tribes of Israel that never were, 97:9.1 (1071.6), 135:6.7 (1502.5)

Twentieth century Andite blood found in certain peoples in, 79:1.7 (879.5)
     astronomers’ view of spiral nebulae of outer space, 57:3.2 (653.2)
     atheistic science of, so-called, and modern secularism, 195:8.2 (2081.2)
     barbarians, absurd doctrines of, 86:4.6 (953.5)
     Brahmans the lineal descendants of priests of second garden, 79:4.6 (882.6)
     Buddhism, renaissance of, in the, 94:12.5 (1041.3)
     Buddhism open to adopting truth in the, 94:12.4 (1041.2)
     calendar used by authors in reckoning the years of Jesus’ life, 126:3.1 (1389.4)
     Christian churches of the, as unconscious obstacles to the real gospel, 195:10.8 (2084.8)
     Christianity of the, positive aspects of, 195:10.12 (2085.4)
     civilization, encumbrance of by degenerates, reason for, 70:9.14 (794.9)
          of Urantia, ferments resulting in, source of, 78:8.12 (877.2)
     culture, rapidly expanding, outlook for continued development of, 81:6.43 (911.8)
     customs involving carpets for brides, 83:4.7 (925.3)
          candles in death chambers, 87:1.4 (958.6)
               in religious rituals, 85:4.4 (947.3)
          cornerstones of buildings, 89:6.6 (981.3)
          flags not touching the ground, 88:3.3 (970.4)
          holy water in funeral rituals, 87:6.12 (964.11)
     early decades of, the benchmark for dating of events in these papers, 57:0.2 (651.2)
     gains of the, factors responsible for, 195:8.9 (2082.1)
     good and evil still seen as cosmic co-ordinates in religions of, 87:4.7 (962.1)
     the human Jesus not a product of the conditions of the, 136:8.7 (1521.2)
     human sacrifice practiced in, 64:4.12 (721.10)
     illustration of federal system using the American states in the, 134:5.13 (1489.4)
     influences contributing to advancement of civilization, 81:6.25 (909.6)
     killings in the first third of the, compared to preceding times, 195:8.13 (2082.5)
     marriage, standing of, compared to past ages, 83:8.9 (930.5)
     materialism and secularism of, triumph of teachings of Jesus over, 195:9.3 (2082.8)
     men, failure of religion to hold the loyalty of, 2:7.9 (43.2)
     Mosaic teaching, influence of, in the, 96:4.1 (1056.3)
     nationalistic secular religion in the, descended from ancestor worship, 92:6.20 (1012.1)
     necessity for religion to adapt to social order in the, 99:0.3 (1086.3)
     Occidental civilization of, burdened by overgrowth of needs, 68:2.5 (765.2)
     parents of the, capacity of, for improving the home, 177:2.6 (1922.4)
     persistence of primitive divorce standards down to, 83:7.2 (928.3)
     political and religious conditions on Urantia, far different from those of Jesus’ day, 134:3.8 (1486.3)
          sovereignty in the, at a critical stage of evolution, 134:5.1 (1487.8)
     primitive population controls persisting into, 68:6.10 (770.7)
     problems brought on by the, for religions to solve, 195:5.1 (2075.4)
     progression of Chinese culture continuous down to the, 79:8.16 (888.9)
     Psalms, devotional value of, on down to the, 96:7.4 (1060.4)
     psychologically unsettled times of the, and the need for sound religion, 99:4.6 (1090.2)
     rediscovery of Lut’s teachings in the, 66:5.18 (747.8)
     religions of the, Christianity the best of, 195:9.8 (2083.4)
     religions of Urantia, enumerated, 92:6.2 (1010.6)
          and the varying social evolution of worship, 92:6.1 (1010.5)
     religious believers, heaven visualized by, 46:0.1 (519.1)
          turmoil of the, a possible sign of growth, 99:6.1 (1092.1)
     science of wave-energy manifestations, 42:5.2 (474.6)
     secularism, devastating influence of, 195:8.1 (2081.1), 195:8.5 (2081.5)
     society of Capetown, South Africa, contrasted with Bushmen, 66:5.30 (749.1)
     spiritual life of India in the, 94:2.7 (1029.5)
     standards of sex restriction, progression toward, 82:2.3 (915.1)
     status of family life in the, as a result of transitional decadence, 99:4.2 (1089.10)
     superstition of astrology still existent in the, 121:5.5 (1337.1)
     Taoism in the, 94:6.8 (1034.3)
     teaching of facts of life to children still restricted by many parents in, 84:1.5 (932.2)
     theologians, diverse interpretation of religious thought by, 103:1.1 (1129.8)
     Universal Father concept among the Jews in the, 97:10.3 (1075.8)
     voodoo doctors of, and magicians of old, 88:6.1 (972.1)
     woman still treated as property in, 84:4.10 (936.3)
          undergoing the crucial test of liberation in, 84:5.10 (937.7)

Twins Alpheus, call of the, 138:4.0 (1541.3–1542.1)
          return of, to their Galilee homes, after Pentecost, 193:6.4 (2058.3)
          see also Alpheus twins
     among dawn mammals, 62:3.1 (704.6)
     even, not exactly alike, 111:4.6 (1220.5)
     human, momentous conference of the human, 62:5.8 (708.6)
          see also Andon and Fonta
     Primates, birth of, 62:3.10 (706.1)
          see also Primates
     primitive beliefs regarding, 68:6.8 (770.5), 84:4.7 (935.7), 85:6.2 (948.2)
     of retarded mid-mammals, founders of simian tribes, 62:3.11 (706.2)

Two -brained peoples, the Urantia races, 49:5.13 (566.1), 109:3.5 (1197.7)
     sons, the parable of the, 173:3.0 (1893.1–4)
     and two, the apostles and evangelists teaching and preaching in Tyre, 156:4.1 (1737.2)
          the apostles sent forth, 138:1.1 (1538.3), 138:8.1 (1545.2), 150:0.4 (1678.4), 150:4.1 (1681.8), 150:5.1 (1682.3), 160:2.7 (1776.1), 181:2.12 (1957.2), 193:3.2 (2055.2)
          the apostles sojourning in homes, 152:7.1 (1706.2)
          Jesus talking with the apostles, 192:1.10 (2047.3), 192:2.0 (2047.5–2049.6)
          the morontia Jesus’ special talks with the apostles, 192:2.0 (2047.5–2049.5)
          the seventy sent forth by Jesus, 163:1.3 (1800.5), 163:4.16 (1805.13)
          the women’s corps going out, 163:7.3 (1808.5)

Tyranny a characteristic of the material-comfort era, 50:5.6 (577.1)
     cosmic, providence not the same as, 118:10.1 (1304.3)
     ecclesiastical, attainment of liberation from, results, 195:8.6 (2081.6)
     of usage, early man a slave to the, 68:4.4 (767.4)

Tyrants doctrine the most terrible of all, 88:2.7 (969.5)
     early, restrictions on, 70:6.6 (790.3)
     evolutionary man’s contention for material liberties with, 54:1.10 (614.5)
     Lucifer’s denunciation of Ancients of Days as, 53:3.4 (603.5)

Tyre apostolic corps’ preaching and teaching in, 156:4.1 (1737.2)
     gospel messengers from, 193:2.3 (2054.4)
     groups to see Jesus from, 140:7.2 (1578.3)
     the Master’s one public talk in, 156:4.2 (1737.3)
     and Sidon, sojourn at, 156:0.0 (1734.1–1742.2)

Tyrian purple belief in Jesus of many manufacturers of, 156:4.3 (1737.4)

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