Index: the Letter B

ba and ka

Egyptian and African teaching of soul and spirit (111:0.4–6)

Baal. See also Baalites

Baal The northern and more settled Canaanites (the Baalites) freely bought, sold, and mortgaged their lands. The word Baal means owner. The Baal cult was founded on two major doctrines: First, the validation of property exchange, contracts, and covenants—the right to buy and sell land. Second, Baal was supposed to send rain—he was a god of fertility of the soil. Good crops depended on the favor of Baal. The cult was largely concerned with land, its ownership and fertility. In general the Baalites owned houses, lands, and slaves. They were the aristocratic landlords and lived in the cities Each Baal had a sacred place, a priesthood, and the “holy women,” the ritual prostitutes. (1064.7) 97:3.3

cult founded on right to buy and sell land; Baal sending rain (97:3.3) (97:9.24)

ritual prostitution in temples (97:3.4)

Samuel mocked priests of (97:1.3)

temple in Jerusalem (97:9.21)

temple on hill in Nazareth 100 years earlier (126:1.2)

word means owner (97:3.3)

Baal-Perazim

city named by King David (97:9.12)

Baalim. See Baalites

Baalites. See also Baal

city-dwelling aristocrats who owned houses, lands, and slaves (97:3.4)

Elijah defended old land mores against land-selling attitude of (97:9.19)

northern and more settled Canaanites (97:3.3)

political party returned to power in Jerusalem (97:9.24)

Babel

city

also know as Bablod, Bablot (77:3.3,6)

tower of

3rd effort to build by Andites (78:8.4)

contentions regarding purpose; disputants almost obliterated themselves (77:3.4–8)

later Andite attempt to rebuild failed (77:3.9)

memorial to Nodite racial greatness (77:3sec)

babies. See children

Bablod. (bab' lahd). The name given the location, northeast of Dalamatia, of the "tower of Babel" whose designer was Bablot, approximately 150,000 years ago. (858,2)(77:3.1). See Babel

Bablot (architect) (bab' laht). A descendant of Nod who developed a plan to erect a pretentious temple to memorialize the Nodite race. (858,2)(77:3.1)

architect and builder of tower of Babel (77:3.3)

Bablot (city). See Babel

baboons

retarded mid-mammals were ancestors of (62:3.12)

Babylon (130:0.3) (134:1.1). See also Babylonians

baptism religious ceremonial in (85:4.1)

cavalry from, pushed into Mesopotamia (79:1.5)

Judaism saved from oblivion by teachers from (121:6.8)

Marduk was perpetuation of Adam legend (92:5.3)

Peter visited (139:2.11)

Babylonian captivity

500 years' overlordship of Jews by aliens (97:8.3)

cf: Sargon carried away 25,000 Jews in 700 B.C.; installed others in Palestine (143:4.1–2)

Hebrews carried back Sabbath taboos from (95:1.2)

Jews much influenced by Chaldean traditions during (97:7.1–3)

Jews tremendously depressed by (93:9.9)

liberated concept of Yahweh to become God of all nations (96:4.8)

Nebuchadnezzar destroyed Jerusalem, carried people away into Babylon (97:9.24–28)

Old Testament compiled during (93:9.6–9)

Persia freed Jews from (97:10.2)

priests destroyed records after (97:8.1)

priests invented legends during (74:8.9) (78:7.3)

shocked remnant of Israel into monotheism (97:9.26)

Babylonians. See also Babylon

immediate contact with remnants of Adamites (74:8.6)

part of older Semitic race which included Jews (121:2.1)

taught man descended directly from gods (74:8.6)

triad gods (104:0.3)

bachelors

taxed in continental nation (72:7.5)

back to nature

phrase is delusion of ignorance (68:1.7)

backsliding

man may repeatedly forsake God so long as choice remains (5:1.11)

turning back after putting hand to plough (163:2.3)

bacteria

destroyed ferns in Devonian (59:4.13)

Life Carriers disappointed by reversion of parasitic (65:5.2)

little changed from ancient times (65:2.3)

most disease-causing, are renegade parasitic fungi (65:2.3)

Badonan (bah' doh nan). A great-great-grandson of Andon and Fonta whose tribe of descendants lived in approximately 991,000 B.C. in the northwestern area of India. (719,7)(64:2.4).

founded center of culture in Afghanistan (79:0.1)

great-great-grandson of Andon (64:3.1)

Badonites (bah' doh nites). Members of the Badonan tribe. (720,2)(64:3.1).

Badonan tribes. See also Andonites

believed in 2 souls: breath and shadow (86:5.13)

fearful of ice, water (64:3.3)

never practiced human sacrifice (64:3.1)

of India held remnants of Onagar's culture (64:2.4) (64:3sec)

relentless warfare left only most intelligent alive (64:5.1)

Sangik races born into (64:5.2–3)

warfare of extermination against inferior neighbors (64:3.5)

Baganda tribes

emerged from mana level of prayer (91:0.5)

balance. See also symmetry

lack of

imbalance between intellectual and spiritual growth hazardous (98:1.6)

in Greece, personal religious experience failed to keep pace with intellect (98:2.7–9)

in Judaism, philosophy and aesthetics entirely submerged in religion and morality (97:10.5) (98:2.7–9)

philosophy, religion, and science welded together by wisdom, faith, and experience (98:2.12)

sense of proportion necessary in exercise of virtue (16:7.7)

spiritual growth greatest when physical, mental, and spiritual powers in (110:6.4)

unification of mathematic logic, mind-reason, and spirit-faith in personality (16:6.10)

balances of power

world peace cannot be maintained by (134:6.9)

Balkans

Andonites entered Europe via (80:9.6)

Baltic

Andite invasion route to Europe (80:4.1–2)

Baluchistan

Andite infiltration into (79:1.1) (79:2.4)

bank (moral)

has vast spiritual resources (195:6.1)

banking. See also money-changers; usury

ancient interest rate was 100% (69:5.6)

commercial credit first practiced at Dalamatia (66:5.12)

courts determine interest rates in continental nation (72:5.4)

early banker was valorous man of tribe (69:5.2)

early creditors controlled body after death (69:5.8)

extensive system in Jerusalem temple (173:1.3–4)

honest wealth entitled to interest (132:5.9)

Judas deposited funds (147:2.1) (163:2.11) (172:2.3)

Moses said his people would lend, but not borrow (96:5.4)

negligent servant should have obtained interest on funds intrusted (171:8.6) (176:3.4)

banner of Michael. See concentric circles, three

banquets

Jewish custom

against women sitting at (172:1.2)

that interested persons linger about (138:3.5) (147:5.2)

primitives gave pretentious feasts to wipe dishonor from names (69:5.12)

sometimes invite the poor, maimed, and blind (140:8.12) (167:1.5)

banshees

evolving monotheists keep subordinate gods as (96:1.14)

baptism

evolution of ceremony (87:6.5)

gentile proselytes baptized into fellowship of outer court (135:6.4)

in early Christian church (194:4.9)

Jesus never opposed rite of (170:5.13)

John baptized for remission of sins (135:6.4)

Mithraic rite (98:5.4) (98:6.4)

of Jesus. See Jesus: events in life

of the spirit. See spiritual rebirth

Baptism of the Spirit The term “baptism of the spirit,” which came into such general use about this time, merely signified the conscious reception of this gift of the Spirit of Truth and the personal acknowledgment of this new spiritual power as an augmentation of all spiritual influences previously experienced by God—knowing souls. (2061.8) 194:2.10

price apostles paid to gain followers of John (144:7.1)

public profession of entrance into kingdom (144:6.7) (144:8.5)

religious ceremonial in Babylon (85:4.1)

Barabbas

Jesus crucified in place of (187:0.2)

mob cheered release of (185:8.2)

political agitator; murderous robber; son of priest (185:5.3–11)

thief on cross had looked upon, as hero (187:4.5)

Barak

defeated Sisera at Taanach (126:1.2)

barbers

first matchmakers were (83:2.1)

bark

early people wrote on (66:5.9)

barley

improved in Garden of Eden (81:1.7)

Barnabas

able Greek believer in Jerusalem (194:4.11)

barnacles

appearance of (59:4.3)

barns

foolish rich man pulled down (165:4.2)

barrenness. See also fertility

among ancients, attributed to spirit machinations (83:4.4)

ancients always blamed on wife (83:7.2)

doll first employed as talisman against (88:6.4)

barter

early practices of silent; fetish stood guard over goods (69:4.1–4)

in sex slaves (69:5.10)

Bartholomew

father of Nathaniel (139:6.9)

Bartimeus

Jesus restored sight to (171:5sec)

basalt

earth's crust stabilized by molten sea of (58:5.3)

form of lava heavier than granite (58:5.6)

Bashan

brutal Hebrew raid upon king of (69:8.3)

basket weaving

origination of idea for (81:2.14)

Basques. See also white race: divisions: southern

blue race admixed with Saharans (80:9.11)

Batanea (138:2.4) (154:7.4) (155:0.1)

bathing

exclusively religious ceremonial before Prince's arrival (66:5.21) (87:6.5)

Greeks practiced ritual of (85:4.1)

Jesus refused to accompany friends to public baths (132:4.5) (133:3.6)

primitives believed deformed babies result of careless (84:1.4)

Bathsheba

Mary mother of Jesus a descendant of (122:1.2)

wife of Uriah the Hittite; King David married; mother of Solomon (97:9.10,15)

bats (are mammals closely related to primates)

diminutive mammals, air navigators (49:2.10) (65:2.12)

Bautan (baw' tan). A student in Gautama's Benares school who communicated to Gautama the Salem missionary traditions of Machiventa's covenant with Abraham. (1035,5)(94:7.5).

imparted traditions of Salem to Gautama (94:7.5)

Bay of Bengal

Dravidian shipping to (79:3.7)

beads

string of, once battery of charms (88:1.2)

beam

foolish carpenter spent time squaring the rotting timber (156:5.2)

in one's own eye (140:3.17)

bears

in ice age (61:7.13)

Pliocene migrations (61:4.3)

beatitudes

strengthen moral character, create happiness (140:5.6–24)

beautiful gate

in Jerusalem temple (162:4.3)

beauty. See also art; truth, beauty, and goodness

Beauty Truth, beauty, and goodness are divine realities, and as man ascends the scale of spiritual living, these supreme qualities of the Eternal become increasingly co-ordinated and unified in God, who is love. (43.3) 2:7.10 Philosophy you somewhat grasp, and divinity you comprehend in worship, social service, and personal spiritual experience, but the pursuit of beauty—cosmology—you all too often limit to the study of man’s crude artistic endeavors. Beauty, art, is largely a matter of the unification of contrasts. Variety is essential to the concept of beauty. The supreme beauty, the height of finite art, is the drama of the unification of the vastness of the cosmic extremes of Creator and creature. Man finding God and God finding man—the creature becoming perfect as is the Creator—that is the supernal achievement of the supremely beautiful, the attainment of the apex of cosmic art. (646.4) 56:10.3 Beauty is the intellectual recognition of the harmonious time-space synthesis of the far-flung diversification of phenomenal reality, all of which stems from pre-existent and eternal oneness. (647.2) 56:10.11

always triumphs over ugliness (156:5.5)

ancients believed, aroused envy of spirits (87:5.7)

attempted service of, not substitute for religious experience (196:3.20)

basing life on highest consciousness of (110:3.7)

concept not inherent in physics (195:6.11)

defined as

discernment of goodness in truth (2:7.8)

finite maximum of experience (117:1.7)

harmonious relations and rhythms of cosmic creation (56:10.9–11)

man's effort to discern God in matter (56:10.2)

reflection of Paradise in material creation (56:10.17)

revelation of Deity (F:I.17) (56:10.9)

spirit of Father (155:6.11)

supreme, is unification of contrasts, of Creator and creature (56:10.3–4)

value-realization of God-consciousness (111:3.7)

discernment of, is integration of reality (2:7.8)

leads to worship, especially with children (167:6.5–6)

man's understanding of, only relatively true (115:1.2)

most religious when simple and naturelike (167:6.6)

pleasing surroundings contribute to happiness (140:4.10)

sincere pursuit of, leads to God (195:6.17)

truth, fact, and relationship inseparable from (44:7.2)

variety essential to (56:10.3–4)

beavers

appearance in Oligocene (61:2.7)

in North American ice age (61:5.7)

Indian tribes believed they originated from (74:8.5)

Bedouins. See also Arabs

believed nature spirit produced sand whirls (85:4.2)

beeches

appearance (60:3.19)

Beelzebub

Jesus accused of doing miracles by power of (153:4.2–3) (169:0.7)

Jesus warned apostles they would be called associates of (150:4.2)

leader of apostate secondary midwayers (53:1.5) (77:7.4)

Beeroth (134:7.5)

Beersheba (134:7.4) (190:1.8)

beggar of Naples

lacked ability to respond to spirit leading (130:8.4)

begging

almost unknown among ancient tribes (69:9.1)

beginning of reality. See reality: genesis of reality

behavior. See action

being

vs. doing (140:10.1)

beings. See creatures; personality; persons

Beirut (156:3.1)

Beit Adis

Jesus lived in rock cavern near (136:4.12)

Beit Jenn

Jesus' headquarters while on Mount Hermon (134:8.1)

Bel

Babylonian god (97:6.2)

Mesopotamian god of earth (95:1.4)

Bel-Marduk

Mesopotamians reduced their gods to centralized concept of (96:0.1)

temples in Babylon (95:1.10)

Belgium

geology (61:4.2)

most northerly Danubian settlement at Liege in (80:8.4)

belief. See also faith

Belief Belief has attained the level of faith when it motivates life and shapes the mode of living. The acceptance of a teaching as true is not faith; that is mere belief. Neither is certainty nor conviction faith. A state of mind attains to faith levels only when it actually dominates the mode of living. Faith is a living attribute of genuine personal religious experience. One believes truth, admires beauty, and reverences goodness, but does not worship them; such an attitude of saving faith is centered on God alone, who is all of these personified and infinitely more. Belief is always limiting and binding; faith is expanding and releasing. Belief fixates, faith liberates. But living religious faith is more than the association of noble beliefs; it is more then an exalted system of philosophy; it is a living experience concerned with spiritual meanings, divine ideals, and supreme values; it is God—knowing and man-serving. (1114.5) 101:8.1 Beliefs may become group possessions, but faith must be personal. Theologic beliefs can be suggested to a group, but faith can rise up only in the heart of the individual religionist. (1114.6) 101:8.2

                acceptance of teaching as true (101:8.1)

always limits and binds (101:8.2)

and faith (102:6sec)

hard to shake once part of one's religion (153:3.6)

may not be able to resist doubt and withstand fear (102:6.7)

rather than knowledge determines conduct (99:4.5)

religions of authority require uniformity in (155:6.9)

time required to effect radical change in fundamental (152:6.1)

believers. See faith sons of God

believer's prayer. See Lord's Prayer

belligerence. See hatred

bells

Chinese sacrificed maiden to improve tone (89:6.4)

Benares

Gautama founded school at (94:7.5)

benedictions

Immanuel's for Michael (120:3.10)

Jesus' to apostles (193:5.2)

Bengal

worship of meteor which fell in A.D. 1880 (85:1.2)

Berbers. See also white race: divisions: southern

blue race admixed with Saharans (80:9.11)

Bering Strait land bridge

lemurs migrated westward over (62:1.2)

red race migrated to America over, 100,000 to 85,000 B.C. (64:6.5) (79:5.6)

rose or fell (60:1.6) (60:1.13) (60:3.8) (61:0.2) (61:1.7) (61:3.4) (61:4.6)

turtles crossed to America over (60:2.13)

Bernice

mother of Justa (156:2.2)

bestowal. See Creator Sons: creature bestowals; Paradise Sons of God: bestowals

bestowal attendants

144 supreme seraphim who attend Avonal missions (39:1.4–6)

Beth-Marion

fanatical Phoenician woman (148:8.4)

Beth-Meon (165:0.1)

Beth-Nimrah (165:0.1)

Beth-Peor (165:0.1)

Beth-shean

ancient Hebrew city; later Scythopolis (124:3.6–9)

Beth-zur

home of Ezda (135:3.1)

Bethabara. See Bethany beyond Jordan

Bethany beyond Jordan

Bethany ford of river Jordan (171:2.1)

Jesus and apostles at (141:7sec)

John the Baptist at (135:6.5) (135:10.2)

John's disciples remained at (141:9.2)

Bethany (near Jerusalem) (134:7.5) (147:2.2–3) (172:1sec)

2 miles from Jerusalem temple (172:3.1)

almost every man, woman, and child from, were believers (172:3.1)

Jesus' appearances in (190:2.5,6)

Jesus met Mary, Martha, and Lazarus at (124:6.9)

Simon father of Lazarus was leading resident of (168:0.4)

Bethel (124:6.1) (127:3.3) (143:0.1)

Bethesda, pool of (147:3sec)

Bethlehem (Judea) (134:7.5) (142:8.1)

appealing legend of star of (122:8.7)

City of David (122:4.3) (135:7.1)

headquarters for Abner, messenger corps (159:6.4) (162:9.2)

Herod killed 16 boy babies at (122:10.3)

inhabitants did not know Jesus born in (142:8.2)

Jesus' birth in (122:7.7–8) (122:8sec)

Joseph registered for census at (122:4.3)

Joseph remained a year in (122:8.4)

Mary wanted Jesus to grow up in (123:0.5)

Bethlehem of Galilee (138:9.3)

Joseph father of Jesus worked at (123:3.8)

Bethphage

hamlet short distance northwest of Bethany (168:3.7) (172:3.6)

Jesus' Palm Sunday donkey from (172:3.6)

Bethsaida (129:1.2) (148:8sec) (152:5sec) (186:3.2–3) (192:3.3). See also Capernaum

encampment at (Paper 148)

500 to 1500 present; model of order and sanitation (148:0.1)

1000 improved or cured at hospital (148:2.1)

camp equipage later used at Pella (163:5.2)

hospital supervised by Elman the physician (148:0.1)

Karuska of Sidon was patient at (156:0.1)

under supervision of David Zebedee (148:0.1)

fishing harbor of Capernaum (139:1.1)

healing of 683 at sundown (145:3sec)

healing the paralytic at (148:9sec)

Jesus' 13th appearance at (192:1–2secs)

John Zebedee from (139:4.1)

Mary mother of Jesus died at (187:4.7)

Philip from (137:2.3) (139:5.1)

Zebedee's home at fishing headquarters of (129:1.4)

Bethsaida-Julias (138:9.3) (149:0.1) (157:2sec)

5000 fed south of (152:2.1)

beautiful Magadan Park south of (155:0.1) (157:2.1)

woe upon light-rejecting inhabitants of (163:6.5)

betrayal. See also desertion

greatest sorrow is to be wounded in house of friend (149:6.12)

Jesus' (Paper 183)

Jewish law forbade testimony of traitors (184:3.6)

last hour before Judas's (139:12.12–13) (182:2sec)

money not Judas's motive (139:12.5)

betrayer. See Judas Iscariot

betrothal. See marriage

bewitching

Jesus denounced belief in (150:3.12)

Bible. See New Testament; Old Testament; sacred books

bigotry. See intolerance; prejudice

Bildad

offered Job depressing counsel (148:6.5,9)

bipeds

all mortals are (49:4.1)

birches

appearance of (60:3.19)

birds. See also passenger birds, fandors (extinct); bats (mammals closely related to primates)

became fetish animals (88:1.5)

Cretaceous was era of (60:3)

descended from partially progressive reptiles (65:2.8–10)

domesticated by 5000 B.C. (81:2.8)

evolved from hollow-boned leaping dinosaurs (60:2.12) (60:3.22)

prebirds had too little brain in comparison with body size (60:3.21)

primitives believed to be source of wind (85:3.4)

types named

buzzards (61:2.12)

carrier pigeons (66:5.6) (74:2.3)

chickens (126:5.11)

doves (126:5.11)

ducks (65:2.9)

eagles (65:2.9)

falcons (61:2.12)

flamingoes (61:2.12)

gulls (61:2.12)

herons (61:2.12)

martens (61:3.13)

ostriches (61:1.4)

owls (61:2.12)

parrots (74:8.5)

passenger birds (fandors) (52:1.5) (66:5.6)

pigeons (65:2.9) (122:10.2)

poultry

quail (61:2.12)

ravens (165:5.2)

sparrows  (3:3.1) (150:4.3)

used for transport on Jerusem (46:2.4)

birth. See childbirth

birth of the Spirit. See spiritual rebirth

Birth, New Jesus made plain to his apostles the difference between the repentance of so-called good works as taught by the Jews and the change of mind by faith—the new birth—which he required as the price of admission to the kingdom. (1545.9) 138:8.8 Men are, Indeed, by nature evil, but not necessarily sinful. The new birth—the baptism of the spirit—is essential to deliverance from evil and necessary for the entrance into the kingdom of heaven. (1660.7) 148:4.8

birthday text. See Jesus: birthday text from Isaiah

birthmarks

believed caused by evil eye (87:5.5)

bison

American Indians hunted (69:7.2)

in Miocene North America (61:3.5)

in North American ice age (61:5.7) (61:7.13)

Bithynia

Matthew preached in (139:7.10)

Black Forest mountains

geology (59:5.12)

Black Friday

commemorated self-inflicted death of Attis (98:4.4)

black race. See indigo race

Black Sea

Andonites entered Europe via region of (80:9.6)

iron ores mined in (80:6.3)

once extension of Mediterranean (64:4.10)

black smiths

early metal workers and magicians (69:3.5)

early specialists; enjoyed special privileges; hated, driven from cities (69:3.6,9)

Blackfoot Indians

descendants of Onamonalonton (64:6.7)

blame

Judas blamed others for his difficulties (193:4.7)

placing failures of one's own making upon others (176:3.9)

refrain from condemnation (147:8.4)

blasphemy

Jesus charged with (148:9.3) (153:3.6) (164:5.3) (169:0.5) (184:5.4) (186:2.7)

no forgiveness for deliberate, against God (153:4.3) (165:3.6)

blemishes

on sacrificial animals (173:1.1–2)

blind, the

Jesus restored sight to Bartimeus (171:5sec)

Jesus restored sight to Josiah (164:3sec)

leading blind, fall into pit (140:3.18) (153:3.5) (175:1.15)

rabbis taught blindness caused by sin (164:3.3)

sometimes invite to banquets (167:1.5)

blood. See also atonement doctrine; blood bonds; blood drinking

15 million chemical reactions in (65:6.6)

among earliest medicines (90:4.8)

ancients believed, created child (84:2.1)

barbarous idea of penance by shedding (4:5.4)

blood money substitute for blood vengeance; Moses abolished (70:10.12)

cuttlefish oxygenate with copper (65:6.4)

from sacrificial animals sickened Jesus (125:1.4)

Hebrews believed no remission of sin without shedding (4:5.5)

many still depend upon, for salvation (89:9.4)

Philo taught forgiveness only through shedding (121:6.5)

Phrygian mystery cult celebrated day of (97:4.4)

place shed became property of injured person among primitives (69:9.8–9)

role of iron in oxygenation (65:6.4)

some ancients believed soul resided in (86:5.11)

blood bonds

belief blood seat of soul gave origin to (84:2.1)

decline of (71:1.15)

first peace treaties (70:3.10)

blood drinking

ancient social brotherhoods based on rite of (89:9.3)

of sacrificial animals by Mithraics (98:5.4)

once common cannibalistic practice (89:5.11)

seal of friendship among primitives (66:5.22)

bloody way (182:2.11)

blue race (64:6.21–24). See also races

Adamites preferred; infiltrated by 15,000 B.C. (64:6.21) (78:3.5,7)

biologic foundation for aggressive white race (80:0.1)

Cro-Magnoids (80:3sec)

highly blended with yellow and red races by 33,000 B.C. (80:3.2)

misfortune so largely lost (51:4.3)

mixed with Andonites (81:4.2–3)

moved into Europe; drove Andonites from (64:7.3) (78:1.5)

nature

artistically gifted (66:5.26) (80:3.7)

brain power of red race, sentiment of yellow race (64:6.21)

expert hunters, fishers, boatbuilders (68:5.5) (80:3.5–7)

most aggressive, adventurous, and exploratory of Eurasians (78:1.8)

perfectly honest, wholly free from sexual vices (80:3.4)

tendency to fight among themselves (64:6.22)

Neanderthal absorption greatly retarded (64:7.9–10) (78:1.8) (79:5.1)

one ruler had 100,000 burden bearers (81:2.8)

Orlandof

great teacher among (64:6.23)

on 24 counselors (45:4.6)

partial to alphabet writing (66:5.10)

persisted longest in southern France (80:5.5)

perverted by Caligastia (64:6.22)

profited most from Dalamatia teachings (68:0.3)

scattered all over Europe (78:1.8)

somewhat broad-headed (81:4.2–3)

survived in Basques and Berbers (80:9.11)

united with Adamites, who exterminated Neanderthal strains (80:1.5–8)

usually subdues indigo race (51:4.6)

board of planetary supervisors. See four and twenty counselors

boats

apostles fished from (140:0.2) (157:1.2–3) (192:1.1,3)

apostles traversed Sea of Galilee in (138:4.1,4) (138:5.3) (147:7.1) (152:0.1) (152:2.2) (152:5.1,5) (154:7sec) (156:6.4) (157:1.5)

Cro-Magnons were expert builders of (80:3.6)

Edenites had no suitable (76:0.1)

Jesus

built improved (129:1.3)

met Ruth in (145:0.3)

taught from (137:6.4) (140:8.1) (145:1.1) (151:1.1) (151:4.1)

voyaged to Rome on (130:0.2) (130:3.1) (130:4.12) (133:2.1,3,5) (133:4.14) (133:9.4)

wept in (141:0.2)

Joseph and Mary's return to Palestine in (123:0.4)

many, used by apostles built by Jesus (138:7.5) (145:1.1)

Peter's night vision in (152:4sec)

sea traffic between Indian and Mesopotamia (79:3.2)

storm on Sea of Galilee in (151:5sec)

body, human. See also blood; brains; eugenics; eyes; flesh; genetics; mortals; personality: forms; skeletal structures

Body, Human The material or physical organism of man. The living electrochemical mechanism of animal nature and origin. (8.7) 0:5.7 Material evolution has provided you a life machine, your body; (1216.5) 111:1.4 In time, man’s body is just as real as mind or spirit, but in death, both mind (identity) arid spirit survive while the body does not. (141.1) 12:8.16

after death, only discarded outer covering (30:4.8) (39:2.13) (189:1.2)

gland chemistry influences imagination, spiritual receptivity (49:5.12)

healing secretions when injured (65:4.3–6)

human cells akin to disease-producing organisms (76:4.7)

liaison of cosmic mind and adjutant mind-spirits evolves (42:12.4)

living electrochemical mechanism of animal origin (F:V.7)

mortals may be outwardly beautiful though inwardly unlovely (112:6.3)

nourished and energized by circulatory distribution of assimilable energy products of nourishment (116:7.1)

product of supermortal creative design (118:9.3)

reflects personality to limited degree (112:6.3)

spirit is architect, mind is builder (42:12.5)

temple of God (1:4.2) (34:6.7) (143:2.4) (160:4.3)

unkind knowingly to defile or pollute (110:1.5)

Bon. (bahn). One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff (see Ang). Bon headed the board of animal domestication and utilization. (746,2)(66:5.4). See also Prince's corporeal staff

and entire council lost in rebellion (67:4.1)

led board of animal domestication and utilization (66:5.4)

bond. See bond servants; promises; wax board bond

bond servants

among earliest property accumulated (69:5.8)

bones

Latins preserved bones of heroes, later saints (98:3.4)

of dead believed very magical (88:5.2)

primitives revered leaders' (88:2.1)

Book of

Acts. See Acts, Book of

Dead. See Dead, Book of the

Deuteronomy. See Deuteronomy, Book of

Ecclesiastes. See Ecclesiastes

Enoch. See Enoch, Book of

Genesis. See Genesis, Book of

Hebrews. See Hebrews, Book of

Isaiah. See Isaiah (first); Isaiah (second)

Job. See Job

Proverbs. See Proverbs, Book of

Psalms. See Psalms

Revelations. See Revelations, Book of

Wisdom. See Ecclesiastes

bookkeeper

God not a (141:4.1)

boredom

indicates immaturity of creative imagination (14:5.8)

Borneans

speared slave to accompany deceased master (87:2.8)

bosom of the Father

Divinington (13:1.4) (13:2.7) (20:4.3)

personality circuit (5:2.2)

soul-identity of Jesus may repose in (188:3.8)

bosom of the Son

Sonarington (13:1.7)

bosom of the Spirit

Spiritington (13:1.9)

Bosora (165:0.1)

boulders

glacial product (61:7.1)

bow and arrow

red race invented (64:6.4)

brachiopods

appearance in Cambrian era (59:1.14)

in Devonian (59:4.3)

in Ordovician (59:2.12)

Silurian was age of brachiopods (59:3)

Brahma. See also Brahman; Brahmanism; Hinduism

first member of Hindu trinity; identified with fate (94:4.4) (104:1.5)

Vedic deity-father principle (94:1.4)

Brahman. See also Brahma; Brahmanism; Hinduism

Absolute, Infinite One, IT IS (94:4.3)

Brahman-Narayana is Universal Self existing static and potential throughout all eternity (94:3.3–4)

devoid of personality attributes (94:3.2)

distant metaphysical idea of all-encompassing Absolute (94:2.6–7)

energy-divinity principle activating Vedic pantheon (94:1.4)

identified as creative energy and cosmic reaction; beyond all definition (94:3.2)

India left helpless by impersonal and impotent hypothesis of (94:2.4,7)

Vedic oversoul of all creation (94:2.4)

Brahmanas. See also Brahmanism; Hinduism

later scriptures of Hindu faith (94:2.6)

Brahmanism (94:2sec) (94:3sec). See also Brahma; Brahman; Brahmanas; Brahmanism; Hinduism; India

ancient gods of Aryans include Agni, Indra, and Soma (94:4.6)

Aryans brought to India (94:1.1)

failed to differentiate levels of reality or provide for soul (94:3.7–8)

impersonal Infinity of (98:2.9)

influence on Taoism (94:5.5)

lacked belief in Father and ascendant progression (94:3.1)

never entirely lost Trinity concept (92:5.6)

noble reach into philosophy and metaphysics (94:3.1)

philosophy very near concept of Adjusters (94:3.6)

priesthood

assumed control over expanding Vedic ritual (94:1.2)

caste system perpetuated (94:2.1)

exalted themselves above even their gods (94:2.2)

lineal descendants of Sethite priests (79:3.3–4) (79:4.6–7) (92:5.6)

rejected Salem teaching of salvation through faith (94:1.5)

sank in inertia and pessimism (94:2.2)

weakened through rejection of higher truth (94:2.2)

brains

Adjusters

not organic part of (110:1.1)

released if brain irreparably destroyed (112:3.3)

brainedness. See also mortals: planetary types

1-, 2-, and 3-brained mortals compared (49:5.6–11) (109:3.5–6)

Adjusters gain far more contact with 3-brained mortals (109:3.5)

differences eliminated on mansion worlds (40:5.14)

not factor in Adjuster fusion or spirit ministry (40:5.9,14)

senses sharper in 3-brained than 2-brained (49:4.3)

early mammals possessed large, in comparison to body size (61:1.5) (61:6.1)

lemurs had the largest, for their size (62:2.3)

mid-mammals had large (62:3.3)

patterns for mind endowment (112:5.14)

Primates' increased use of hands did much to develop (62:4.4)

branches

die separated from vine (180:2.1)

Father cuts off unfruitful (193:3.2)

bravery. See courage

Bravery The courage of the flesh is the lowest form of bravery. Mind bravery is a higher type of human courage but the highest and supreme is uncompromising loyalty to the enlightened convictions of profound spiritual realities. and such courage constitutes the heroism of the God—knowing man. (1608.4) 143:1.7

bread

command stones to become (136:6.1)

feeding the 5000 (152:2.8)

if your child needs a loaf (144:2.4)

Lazarus desired Dives feed him crumbs of (169:3.2)

man shall not live by, alone (136:6.4)

Melchizedek substituted sacrament of, for sacrifice of flesh and blood (93:4.14)

Norana said not to deprive dogs of crumbs of (156:1.5)

of life

eternal word of God; Jesus' life in the flesh is (121:5.12) (153:3.2)

given only to those who hunger for truth (193:2.2)

Jesus fed fruit vendor (130:8.3)

Jesus is united life of Father and Son (153:2.7–8) (179:5.3) (182:1.10)

partaken in world to come (166:3.5)

Passover emblem (127:6.7)

realization of united nature of God and man (153:2.12)

souls famish in very presence of (159:3.8)

of remembrance

Jesus; symbol of living word in mortal flesh (179:5.3)

parable of the 3 loaves (144:2.3)

breadfruit trees

appearance in Cretaceous (60:3.7)

breath

primitive men thought soul's qualities imparted by (86:5.9)

breath of life. See also life plasm

early man regarded as differentiating living from dead (86:4.3)

Brenner Pass

Nordics traded with Danubians via (80:9.4)

brethren

be you all as (179:5.7)

disciples must be willing to forsake, for gospel (163:3.4) (171:2.2)

forgive 70 times 7 (159:1.4)

Jesus' walk with the 2 brothers (190:5sec)

practice of marrying deceased brother's wife (139:4.12) (174:3.2)

whosoever does Father's will is Jesus' brother (154:6.5)

Bretons

Andonites mixed with Mediterranean stock (80:9.14)

bribery

Roman soldiers, temple guards bribed to say disciples took Jesus' body (189:2.5)

bridegroom

Johab of Cana (137:4sec)

no fasting while, remains (147:7.2)

brides. See also marriage; weddings

bridal shows

among ancients were exhibitions to increase prices (83:3.2)

were early coming-out parties (70:7.9)

bridal veils disguised, from jealous ghosts (83:4.7)

practice of carrying over threshold (83:2.3)

bridges

Jesus burned all behind him (196:2.7)

world is only a bridge (156:2.1)

brigands. See thieves

Bright and Morning Stars (33:4sec). See also Gabriel

chief executives of local universes (21:2.11) (32:2.6) (33:0.1)

create spironga with Father Melchizedeks (37:10.2)

direct government in absence of Creator Sons (21:2.11)

in group Universe Aids (37:1.1)

in personality registers (30:1.7) (30:2.24)

nature

first-born of local universes (28:1.3) (33:4.1)

like Creator Sons, though limited in creatorship prerogatives (32:2.6)

Brilliant Evening Stars

accompany Magisterial Sons on bestowal missions (20:2.9) (37:2.8)

advised Melchizedek receivers after rebellion (67:6.5)

assist Trinity Teacher Sons in light and life (55:0.1)

bid bestowal Sons to be about Father's business (37:2.8) (124:6.15)

close working connection with finaliters (55:4.11)

destiny guardians report to, after death of their subjects (113:6.2)

direct seraphic armies (38:6.2)

form examining corps on Jerusem (45:7.7)

Galantia is first ascendant; first commissioned of all ascendant (37:2.6) (46:5.18)

Gavalia is chief, first-born, in Nebadon (37:2.6) (119:0.1)

headquarters on 4th transition world in local systems (45:1.6) (47:6.1)

in charge of 6th Salvington circuit (37:2.10)

in personality registers (30:1.7) (30:2.24)

liaison officers of Gabriel (37:2.1–3)

liaison with Gravity Messengers (37:2.11)

nature

created by Creator Sons and Mother Spirits (37:2.1)

in group Universe Aids (37:1.1)

none went astray in Lucifer rebellion (53:7.4)

possess spirit force manifestable independently of personal presence (37:2.5) (46:5.18)

number 13,641 in Nebadon, created and attained (37:2.4)

one attended upon Jesus throughout his mortal bestowal (114:2.2)

one is liaison of 24 councilors with Michael (114:2.2)

portray philosophic teachings of finaliters in light and life (55:4.15)

preside over commission which transmutes Life Carriers to semispiritual level of being (65:1.5)

represent Trinity Teacher Sons (20:9.3) (37:2.2,9)

residence in Jerusem circles (46:5.6)

seraphim may become (37:2.4) (39:8.1)

sponsored Papers 37, 47, 85-89, 119 (37:10.7) (47:10.8) (85:7.4) (86:7.7) (87:7.11) (88:6.9) (89:10.7) (119:8.9)

teach on Jerusem (45:7.2)

usually work in pairs (37:2.7)

Brilliant Evening Stars, Chief of

wrote Paper 119 (119:8.9)

Britain. See British Isles

British Columbia

geology (60:3.14)

British Isles

Andonites in (63:5.2–3) (64:1.5–6) (64:7.17)

England, Scotland, and Wales reposed sovereignties in United Kingdom (134:6.3)

Foxhall Andonites were first humans in (64:2.4–6)

geology (59:1.13) (59:3.6) (59:4.8) (59:5.12) (60:1.4) (61:4.2) (61:5.4)

hero-venerating nationalism in (92:6.9)

Jesus' talk with traveler from (133:4.10)

Salem missionaries in (93:7.2)

separated from continent (64:1.5) (80:2.4)

Wales

geology (59:1.13) (59:4.8)

white race dominant by 5000 B.C. (80:5.8)

Brittany

older Andonites retained semblance of identity in (80:4.6)

superstitions of sun worship still persist (80:9.14)

broad-heads

Andonites were (81:4.2)

blue races mixed with Andonites were (81:4.2)

inhabited Danube valley (80:9.4)

mountain survivors of earlier Andonite tribes were (80:8.1,2)

Syrian Nodite-Andonites were (80:1.2)

yellow and blue men were somewhat (81:4.2)

broadcast directors

celestial artisans (44:4.9)

broadcast receivers

primary seconaphim (28:4.12)

broadcasters (superior seraphim). See also broadcasts (celestial)

can simultaneously transmit 144,000 messages (39:2.15)

dispatchers of records, essential information (39:2.15)

broadcasters (tertiary supernaphim). See also broadcasts (celestial)

space report directors, tertiary supernaphim (26:3.6)

broadcasting (radio)

hertzian waves utilized for (42:5.12)

broadcasts (celestial). See also broadcasters (superior seraphim); broadcasters (tertiary supernaphim)

Adjusters receive continuous stream over master circuits (110:4.1) (110:7.6)

back registry insures proper reception (44:4.10)

extended to all inhabited worlds regardless of status (33:6.5)

melodies can be broadcast to entire universe (44:1.1–2)

promulgate laws of constellations (43:2.8)

sent and received on Jerusem (46:3sec)

space reports of glory (24:6.8)

used for intercommunication except for quarantined worlds (33:6.5)

brokenhearted

Lord is near the (131:2.10)

bronze

Adamsonite discovery (81:3.5)

Bronze Age

ca. 3000 B.C. (80:9.13)

not a distinct period (81:3.4)

brooding. See also isolation

withstand, in face of sorrow (156:5.17)

brothel keeper in Jerusalem

wet Jesus' feet with tears, wiped with hair (147:5.3–4)

brothels. See prostitution

brotherhood (attitude). See also brotherhood of man; fellowship of believers; friendship; gospel: explained; love; tolerance; unity

achieve by

appeal to Adjuster (149:3.3)

approaching other religions by truths in common (149:2.5)

economic interdependence and social fraternity (99:7.5)

essential factors (52:6.2–7)

religion of spirit (155:6.8)

barriers

antagonisms natural on evolutionary worlds (16:9.7) (70:0.2)

doctrine betrays man into intolerance, bigotry (88:2.7)

lack of natural brotherly attraction prevents immediate realization of (68:1.1)

prophets should augment, not strengthen barriers (92:5.13)

races seldom take kindly to (39:5.4)

religions must abandon ecclesiastical authority for (134:4.3–4,8)

delight in bearing one another's burdens (71:4.4)

inevitable clash between religions of spirit and authority (173:3.3)

invariably manifests in unselfish and loving service (142:7.4)

lack of spiritual, inexcusable and reprehensible (170:5.20)

Micah taught all will live each according to his understanding of God (97:5.5)

most powerful and most tenuous factor of human civilization (118:8.10)

no peace between truth and error (175:1.2)

unless religious, is an abstraction devoid of love (16:9.8)

brotherhood of man. See also brotherhood (attitude)

civilization encompassed by love (100:4.6)

derives from fatherhood of God (12:7.8,10) (16:9.10) (52:6.7) (134:4.1) (159:5.7) (195:8.11)

entails adjustment of the self to other selves (99:5.1)

fact of relationship among all personalities (12:7.10–11)

highest human goal (71:4.3) (143:1.4)

impulse of social service is basis of (103:2.8)

Jesus used term for kingdom of heaven (170:2.20)

Lucifer advocated brotherhood of intelligence (53:4.2)

no person escapes benefits or penalties resulting from (12:7.11)

revelation essential to realization of (52:6.2)

spiritual transformation quickest way to realize (52:6.7)

universality of God's love creates (12:7.8,10)

Brotherhood of United Midwayers. See midwayers

brotherhoods

primitive social, based on rite of blood drinking (89:9.3)

brothers and sisters. See brethren

brown race. See also races

mixed yellow and red races; held islands off Asia (64:7.6,16)

on nearby Pacific islands (78:3.8)

Serapatatia (75:3.1)

brownies

evolving monotheists keep subordinate gods as (96:1.14)

brutality. See cruelty

Buddha. See also Buddhism; Gautama Siddhartha

became reflective devotee of leisure (69:2.5)

Gautama revered as the enlightened one (92:5.9) (94:8.2) (94:9.1)

Jesus' talk with Gonod regarding (132:7.3–5)

return looked for in Tibet, China, and India (92:5.3)

Buddha, Sakyamuni. See also Buddha; Buddhism

Gautama's followers called him (94:8.2)

Buddhism (94:8sec). See also Buddha; Gautama Siddhartha

adaptability to mores equaled only by Christianity (92:6.5)

degenerated into ritual Gautama would never have recognized (94:7.8) (94:9.3)

did not produce religion of unselfish service (94:8.15)

doctrines

adherents free to choose truth from all religions (94:12.4)

all Buddhas manifestations of Absolute Buddha (94:11.11–13)

belief in physical humiliation (89:3.4)

clear presentation of Adjusters (94:11.5)

contaminated by superstition and sublimation of Gautama as Eternal Buddha (94:12.1)

God concept in (94:12sec)

great and beautiful philosophy without God (103:9.3) (131:3.1) (132:7.5)

higher morality but less defined portrayal of God than Hinduism (94:2.8)

isolating self from objective reality (94:11.6)

"many Buddhas" teaching; anyone could aspire to become a Buddha (94:11.10)

relativity of all truth (94:11.4)

salvation from suffering (5:4.5)

salvation through belief in Buddha (94:9.1)

supposed return of Buddha's spirit (94:11.3)

teaching that all Buddhas manifest Absolute Source of reality (94:11.11) (94:12.1)

trinitarian doctrine (104:1.6)

Ganid's abstract of (131:3sec)

Gautama formulated philosophy of (94:7.2)

great international, interracial faith (92:6.2,5)

history

20th century renaissance (94:12.5)

affected by Taoism, Shinto, Christianity, Hinduism, and Islam (94:9.3) (94:12.5)

amalgamated with ritual of disintegrating Taoism (94:11.1)

fitted well into religious customs of yellow race (94:11.1)

gave way in northern India before militant Islam (94:2.8) (94:9.3)

Nanak incorporated into Sikhism (92:5.12) (92:7.2)

spread of (94:9sec)

Jesus' talk with Gonod regarding (132:7.3–5)

living, growing religion which promotes calmness, self-control, and happiness (94:9.6)

shackled with ceremonial practices against which Gautama fought (94:11.3)

types

Amida (94:12.2–3)

Hinayana

Lesser Road; asocial doctrine (94:9.4–5)

Mahayana

Great Road; progressive doctrine (94:9.4–5) (94:12.2)

myth of divine Gautama (94:11.2)

trinitarian doctrine of (104:1.6)

Shin

progressive religion in Japan (94:12.4)

buildings

all fireproof in continental nation (72:7.4)

foundation sacrifice once customary (89:6.4)

bullocks. See cattle

bulls

Egyptian tribes worshiped (95:2.3)

Mithras slew sacred bull (98:5.3)

bully near Tarentum

Jesus restrained (133:1.1)

burdens

delight in bearing one another's (71:4.4)

Burma

Andites drove inferiors into (79:2.4)

Asoka established Buddhism in (94:9.1)

cultures of India and China mixed in (79:6.2)

Hinayana Buddhism persisted in (94:9.4)

bushel

candle not put under (140:3.13)

Bushmen African Bushmen. A primitive nomadic tribe which subsists by hunting and gathering. A have neither individual names nor chiefs. (768/20, 787/8, 972/6, 1132/18). + A tribe of around 40,000 individuals who mostly live in the Kalahari Desert region of Botswana and South West Africa. They have yellowish-brown skin, flat faces, black hair which forms into tight curls called peppercorns, are around five feet tall, and live territorially in groups of about 25.

crude culture (66:5.30)

inferior race (68:1.6) (103:3.1)

no chiefs in horde (70:3.2)

no individual names (88:5.5)

still employ food-gathering lines (68:5.3)

business. See commerce; earning a living; industry

butter

became common in days of Prince's staff (66:5.5)

butterflies

scientist inclined to deny possibility of developing, out of caterpillars (42:9.4)

buzzards

                            in Oligocene (61:2.12)