Index: the Letter C

Caesar. See Augustus; Caligula; Constantine; government: believers' relation to; Roman Empire; Tiberius; Titus (Emperor)

Caesarea (Paper 157) (128:3.2) (130:0.2) (134:7.4) (140:7.2) (152:7.3)

Herod the Idumean built (121:2.11)

home of Nathan, author of Gospel of John (121:8.10)

Jesus' experiences in, on way to Rome (130:2sec)

Paul imprisoned at (130:2.5)

Roman capital of Judea (130:2.1) (184:3.14)

slaughter of 20,000 Jews at (130:2.5)

Caesarea Philippi (Paper 157) (134:8.1,10) (155:3sec)

also known as Dan (134:7.5)

capital of Tetrarch Philip's domain (157:3.1)

Celsus from (157:3.7) (157:4.1) (157:6.1) (158:6.1)

Veronica from (152:0.3)

Caiaphas (186:1.1) (190:3.3). See also Sanhedrin

accused Jesus before Pilate (185:6.7)

Annas' brusque and aggressive son-in-law (183:5.1) (184:0.2) (184:1.1)

asserted it better one die than community perish (168:3.6)

hardhearted and vainglorious (177:4.7–8)

high priest (175:4.13) (184:0.2)

Judas met with Jesus' enemies at home of (177:4.1)

more prosecutor than unbiased judge (184:3.4)

Sanhedrin met at palace of (175:4.13) (184:0.2) (188:2.2)

shook accusing finger at, smote Master in face (184:3.11,15)

shook avenging finger in Pilate's face (185:7.5)

temple guards ordered Jesus taken to (183:5.1)

Cain (76:2sec)

2 years older than Able; followed agriculture (76:2.1,5)

always defiant of family discipline and religion (76:2.8)

avenged 7 times (159:1.7)

born before Adamic caravan reached second garden (76:0.2)

encouraged to leave second garden (76:2.7)

married Remona; first son was Enoch (76:2.9)

repented, was indwelt by Adjuster (76:2.8)

slew Abel (76:2.4–5)

son of Eve and Cano; natural bellicose inheritance (76:2.4)

tribal mark vital in days of (68:1.2)

went to Nod for wife (74:8.8) (148:4.7)

calamities. See accidents

calcium

defies gravity by juggling an electron (41:6.4–5)

possesses persistent individuality and longevity (41:6.2)

wanderer of space; rides light beams (41:6sec)

Caleb

lived to enter promised land (166:3.2)

Calebites

non-Hebrew nomadic Palestinians; joined David's new kingdom of Judah (97:9.7)

Caledonian mountains

geology (59:3.3)

calendar

accurate Egyptian reform of, 7000 years ago (77:2.11–12)

present day, used in Urantia Papers (57:0.1) (126:3.1)

calf. See cattle

California

ammonites off coast of (60:1.13)

geology (59:4.5) (59:4.12) (59:5.19) (59:5.20) (60:1.8) (61:3.3)

oldest Amerindian culture (79:5.8)

Onamonalonton's headquarters among redwoods in (64:6.7)

Caligastia (cal i gas' chah). (Paper 66). A secondary Lanondek Son who served as Planetary Prince of Urantia until he betrayed his trust and joined the Lucifer rebellion approximately 200,000 years ago. (572,1)(50:0.1). See also devil; Lanonandek Sons; Lucifer rebellion: on Urantia; Planetary Princes

advocated cause of Lucifer on Urantia (49:5.16) (53:7.2)

before rebelling

arrived 500,000 years after appearance of will, with appearance of colored races (61:7.4) (66:0sec)

attached to Life Carriers on Jerusem (66:1.2)

commandments of Dalamatia enjoined obedience to (66:7.10)

elevated to Lucifer's personal staff (66:1.2)

Planetary Prince of Urantia (50:3.1) (53:8.5)

repeatedly denied commission as Planetary Prince (66:1.3)

secondary Lanonandek #9344 (66:1.1)

corporeal staff of. See Prince's corporeal staff

council seat of, occupied during time of tomb (188:3.14)

deposed Planetary Prince of Urantia; the devil (53:1.4) (179:2.3) (189:3.3)

failed to involve Adam and Eve in Lucifer rebellion (51:3.4) (75:7.7)

forever silenced by Jesus' life of self-forgetful service (120:4.1)

fully visible to Jesus on Mount Hermon (134:8.6)

held many conferences with Adam (75:2.1) (76:4.5)

ideas for premature freedom failed (67:5.3)

Immanuel instructed Michael to adjudicate pretensions of (120:2.2)

Jesus defeated (136:3.1) (174:5.12)

Judas's betrayal pleased (179:2.3) (183:0.4)

Michael offered mercy to (53:8.6) (53:9.1)

personal characteristics

experienced, brilliant, original mind (66:1.5)

fell in love with himself (66:1.5)

in committing deliberate sin, completely distorted his personality (67:1.3)

invisible to humans (74:5.5)

misguided but nevertheless high Son of local universe (75:2.2)

ultraindividualistic; restless; resented supervision; tendency to disagree with established order, join parties of protest (66:1.4) (66:8.1)

power of

contested Moses' passage to mansion worlds (52:5.5)

contributed to Adamic default (66:8.4)

craftily opposed Adam's mission even though shorn of most power to work evil (51:3.4) (73:2.5) (74:3.1) (74:5.5) (75:2sec)

curtailed by incarnation of Melchizedek (66:8.5)

enemy would seek to draw apostles away (138:7.3)

never able to oppress or coerce normal individuals against their wills (53:8.6) (66:8.6) (75:2.1)

no power to enter men's minds unless they so desire (53:8.6)

now shorn of all power to harm (66:8.7)

shorn of authority during incarnation of Michael (66:8.5)

since Pentecost, servile before Adjusters and Spirit of Truth (53:8.7,9)

proclaimed God of Urantia by Daligastia (67:2.4)

rebellion. See Lucifer rebellion: on Urantia

Serapatatia not aware of being used by (75:3.3,6)

sin of

iniquity was bypassing time governor of progressive human liberation (118:8.7)

perverted planetary schools (50:4.6–8)

premeditated betrayal of trust (67:1sec)

prostituted divine talents for personal aggrandizement (136:6.9)

tried to get ahead of slow, sure way of accomplishing divine purpose (136:8.5)

still free on Urantia (53:8.6–7)

Caligastia one hundred. See Prince's corporeal staff

Caligula

Selta attached to emperor (176:2.8)

Callirrhoe (165:0.1)

calves, golden. See golden calves

Cambrian. See also geologic ages

marine-life era from 400 to 350 million years ago (59:1sec)

seas over North America (59:1.11,16)

camels. See also caravans

appearance in Oligocene (61:2.9)

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

in Miocene North America (61:3.5,10)

in North American ice age (61:5.7)

in Pliocene (61:4.3,4) (61:4.4)

straining out gnat while swallowing camel (156:2.8) (175:1.17)

through eye of a needle (163:3.1)

Cana (124:1.12) (138:9.3) (146:5sec)

Joseph father of Jesus worked at (123:3.8)

Nathaniel from (137:2.3) (139:6.2)

wedding of Naomi and Johab at (137:4sec)

Canaanites

contaminated Hebrew religious practices (96:7.1)

King David's policy of compromise with (97:9.13)

non-Hebrew nomadic Palestinians; joined David's new kingdom of Judah (97:9.7)

Canada. See also Hudson Bay; Quebec

geology (58:7.4) (59:3.9) (59:4.6) (59:5.17) (61:7.9)

candles

put not under a bushel (140:3.13)

still burned in death chambers (87:1.4)

use in religious services remnant of fire worship (85:4.4)

canines. See dogs

cannibalism (89:5sec)

ancient social, economic, religious, and military custom (89:5.1)

commerce in women and children fattened for slaughter (89:5.7)

ended by human sacrifice (89:5.15)

factors causing disappearance (89:5.8–16)

once well-nigh universal (89:5.3)

solemn ceremony of revenge (89:5.5–6)

taste for human flesh grows (89:5.4)

tribe ate every 5th child born (68:6.10)

Cano (kay' noh). A brilliant leader of a Nodite colony near the Garden of Eden with whom Eve was encouraged by Serapatatia to mate, thereby causing the Adamic default approximately 37,800 years ago. (841,7)(75:3.7).

assured Eve men and women with good motives could do no evil (75:4.5)

brilliant and active Nodite leader (75:3.7)

influenced Eve by flattery, enthusiasm, and great personal persuasion (75:3.9)

seducer of Eve; father of Cain (75:4.7) (75:5.3)

slain by Garden dwellers (75:5.3)

capacities. See ability

Cape Horn

geology (60:3.2) (60:3.12)

Capernaum (Papers 145, 154) (134:7.5) (137:3,5secs) (138:1.1) (138:9.3) (147:7sec). See also Bethsaida

Andrew from (139:1.1)

Bethsaida was fishing harbor of (139:1.1)

Jairus ruler of synagogue (152:0.1)

Jesus

14th appearance at (192:3.1)

crisis at (Papers 152–153)

general revulsion to Jesus in (153:5.2) (154:1.2) (154:4.1)

healing at sundown (145:3sec)

home of Jesus (129:1.8) (134:2.5)

last words in synagogue (153:4sec)

Nazareth disfavor caused Jesus to move to (127:2.10)

often conducted services in synagogue (129:1.7)

owned house in (129:2.4)

Joseph father of Jesus worked at (123:3.8)

Mangus built synagogue (129:1.7) (147:1.1)

Mary and Ruth moved to (134:1.6)

Matthew from (138:2.4) (138:3sec) (139:7.1)

Simon Zelotes from (139:11.1)

strong Roman military post on caravan route from Damascus (129:1.7)

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

Zebedee family from (129:1.4) (139:3.1) (139:4.1)

Zebedee's boatbuilding shops south of (129:1.4)

Capetown (66:5.30)

capital. See also competition; private property; profit

basis of modern industrial society (69:5.15)

economic freedom secured through (81:5.5)

gross abuses attendant upon misuse of (69:9.3)

investment of labor and property for future (69:5.1,4–5)

led to military organization (69:5.2)

misuses of, by thoughtless and selfish custodians (69:5.15)

pastoral living allowed man to live on interest of (68:5.7)

urges which led to accumulation of (69:5.3–11)

capital punishment. See death penalty

capitalists

herders were the first (69:8.5)

priests were chief among primitive (69:5.9)

workers becoming shareholders on continental nation (72:5.1)

Capitolias (165:0.1)

Capitolium

Roman temple dedicated to Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva (132:0.2)

Cappadocia

Matthew preached in (139:7.10)

captain

human will is (111:1.9)

Capua (130:0.2) (130:8.6)

caravans

Jesus born in caravan stable (122:7.7)

Jesus led, to the Caspian (134:1.6) (134:2sec)

Jesus took (133:9.1) (134:1.1)

Joseph's caravan repair shop

Jesus presented full title to James (128:7.13)

Jesus proposed to buy back; final payments (127:3.1,7) (128:6.3)

Jesus provided sand, blocks, and stones for youngsters in (128:6.11)

Joseph built in 3 B.C. (123:1.6)

taken over by Jesus' uncle (126:5.8)

young Jesus spent time in (124:3.3)

many passed through or near Nazareth (121:2.2)

regular, from India to Mesopotamia by 7000 B.C. (79:3.7)

carbon

in solar-energy reactions (41:8.1)

carbon dioxide (57:8.17)

afforded speedy growth for primitive land varieties (58:1.8)

atmospheric (57:8.5) (59:2.9) (59:5.2)

origin (57:7.8)

Carboniferous. See also geologic ages

age of ferns and frogs from 220 to 180 million years ago (59:5sec)

careers. See also earning a living

acquire long-distance view of (156:5.8)

Adjusters

bring along ideal plans for (110:2.1)

cannot stop or materially alter (111:7.2)

all things sacred in lives of spirit-led (155:6.11) (192:2.13)

effort to realize eternal destiny wholly compatible with honorable (110:3.4)

Jesus deplored overspecialization (149:4.3,6) (155:1.4)

life not real to one who cannot do some one thing expertly (160:4.5)

Caribbean region

geology (59:1.5) (59:2.2)

Carpathians

geology (61:1.7)

carpenter

Jesus was (126:1.1) (129:1.2–3)

parable of the foolish (156:5.2)

carpenter shop

Joseph added, to Nazareth home (122:6.3)

Carrara marble (60:1.4)

carriage of life

seraphic transport (39:5.14)

carrier pigeons

announced arrival of Adam and Eve (74:2.3)

Prince's staff first used (66:5.6)

Carthage (130:0.2)

Andite settlement at (80:7.11)

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

Jesus' discourse on time and space at (130:7sec)

Caspian Sea

Adamson's civilization situated near (77:5.10)

Andonites entered Europe via (80:9.6)

expanded in ancient times (80:2.5)

headquarters of Onagar (63:6.7)

Jesus led caravan to (134:2sec)

most Andites entered Europe via (78:6.2)

Caspin (165:0.1)

caste systems. See also Brahmanism; social classes

based on color in India, Egypt (70:8.11)

failed to save Aryan race (94:2.1,5)

Gautama made determined fight against (94:7.2)

humans differ but are equal before God (133:0.3)

instituted by Aryans in India to perpetuate racial identity (79:2.6) (79:4.5–6,9)

remnants of olden prohibitions (89:1.6)

result of competition produced by dense populations (68:6.7)

casting lots

apostles selected Matthias by (193:6.3,6)

does not disclose divine will (150:3.7)

Greeks practiced government by (195:2.1)

modern survival of shamanism (90:2.4)

soldiers divided Jesus' clothes by (187:2.8)

castor oil

Sumerians used as medicine (90:4.9)

castration. See also continence cult

early modification of human sacrifice (89:8.3)

priests of mother cult submitted to (89:3.4)

cataclysms. See accidents; disaster

cataleptic fits

shamanesses threw themselves into (90:1.3)

catalysts

carbon in hydrogen-helium reaction (41:8.1)

catastrophes. See accidents; crisis; defeat; disaster

caterpillars

scientist inclined to deny possibility of butterfly developing from (42:9.4)

cats

appearance in Oligocene (61:2.7)

black, considered magical (88:5.4)

dominated Pliocene (61:4.4)

in North American ice age (61:5.7)

migrated to North America (61:3.4)

rapidly increased in Miocene (61:3.10,13)

Catskill Mountains

geology (59:4.15)

cattle

became fetish animals (88:1.5)

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

early units of barter (69:4.5)

hunted by Neanderthalers (64:4.2)

Jesus' home had 3 cows (123:5.15) (126:3.12) (126:5.11)

Prince's staff helped improve (66:5.5)

prodigal son given fatted calf (169:1.10)

stealing, universally punished by summary death (70:10.15)

used in animal sacrifice (173:1.6–7)

Caucasians. See also races

Andite inheritance gives Caucasoid homogeneity (78:4.4)

race comprised of Andite, Andonic, primary and some secondary Sangik admixture (81:4.6)

causation Causation The reality domain of the physical senses, the scientific realms of logical uniformity, the differentiation of the factual and the nonfactual, reflective conclusions based on cosmic response. This is the mathematical form of the cosmic discrimination (192.2) 16:6.6

assigning causes leads back to first great cause (101:2.3,5) (195:6.5)

avoid supernatural explanations (165:3.6)

causality continuity. See antecedent causation

causes cannot be fully understood by effects (3:1.2)

causes cannot be lower than effects (3:6.3)

cosmic mind response in reality domain of physical senses (16:6.6)

cosmic mind unfailingly recognizes (16:6.5)

effects preceded by definite causes (86:2.5)

First Cause q.v.

material response to antecedent action (101:10.3)

primary and secondary (118:4sec)

caves

animal outlines drawn on walls of (63:6.3)

believed passage to underworld (85:1.5)

Jordan poured forth from (157:3.1)

Mithraics worshiped in (98:5.4) (98:6.3)

southern Cro-Magnons lived in (80:3.6)

Cedes

made record of Jesus' life in A.D. 78 (121:8.9)

celestial artisans (Paper 44) (30:3.6)

all ascenders eligible to become (44:0.4)

chief realm of activity is in constellations (44:0.1)

do not personally work on planets such as Urantia (44:8.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.26)

maintain headquarters on each mansion world (47:0.4)

master artists of morontia and lower spirit realms (44:0.1)

minimum enlistment one millennium (44:0.4)

original, assigned by Infinite Spirit; all hailed from Havona (44:0.3,6)

selected and recruited corps; not created as such (44:0.3)

seraphim may attain Paradise through service as (39:8.3)

sometimes help gifted mortals (44:8.1–2)

types

celestial musicians (44:1sec)

designers and embellishers (44:6sec)

divine builders (44:3sec)

energy manipulators (44:5sec)

harmony workers (44:7sec)

heavenly reproducers (44:2sec)

thought recorders (44:4sec)

utilize living materials to represent ideas (43:6.7)

work under angels of progress on Urantia (44:8.1)

celestial beings. See creatures; See also celestial beings-individuals named; celestial beings-types

Celestial Guardians

apprehending agents of Ancients of Days (22:9.4)

carry out routine major and minor sector work (18:4.4–5) (22:9.3)

court messengers, bearers of summonses and decisions (22:9.4)

in group Trinitized Sons of Perfection (22:9.7)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.9)

not indwelt by Adjusters (22:9.5)

number 7 billion (22:9.3)

of less distinguished performance than High Son Assistants (22:9.1)

present Spirit-fused mortals to Ancients of Days (40:10.9)

Trinity-embraced creature-trinitized sons (18:4.4) (22:1.5) (22:9.1)

celestial musicians

celestial artisans (44:1sec)

Celestial Overseers (37:6sec)

in group Universe Aids (37:1.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.24)

most mortals will serve as (37:6.7)

volunteer educators; number 3 million in Nebadon (37:6.1)

Celestial Recorders (25:6sec)

Custodians of Records serve as chiefs of records for (25:5.4) (25:6.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.12)

make original spirit recordings, semimaterial counterparts (25:6.1)

none went astray in Lucifer rebellion (53:7.5)

number 75 in Nebadon (37:8.8)

selected from ascendant seraphim (25:6.1)

seraphim may attain Paradise through service as (39:8.3)

trained by Divine Counselors and Perfectors of Wisdom (25:6.1)

celibate orders. See also castration

baseness of woman was chief reason for (84:4.4)

maintained by individuals lacking normal sex urges (82:3.9)

cells

healing secretions when injured (65:4.3–6)

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

protoplasmic cell is biologic unit of material life (49:1.2)

Celsus

apostles remained overnight with (158:6.1)

believer in Caesarea Philippi (157:3.7) (157:4.1) (157:6.1)

Celta

at Jesus' 16th appearance (193:0sec)

daughter of Roman centurion; member of women's corps (150:1.1)

cemetery

crucifixion victims not buried in Jewish (188:1.2)

Kheresa lunatic lived in (151:6.2)

Cenozoic. See also geologic ages

mammalian era, from 50 million years ago to present (59:0.6) (61:0.2) (61:7.19)

censorship

14 mile erasure in Jerusem panorama (46:5.16)

of broadcast material by celestial artisans (44:4.9)

records of Celestial Recorders open to all (25:6.2)

census

ancients opposed taking (88:1.6)

Caesar Augustus decreed, in 8 B.C. (122:7.1)

Jews prejudiced against (122:7.1)

Joseph registered at Bethlehem (122:4.3)

Census Directors (24:2sec)

can give number, nature, and whereabouts of all will creatures (24:2.2)

headquarters on superuniverse capitals (24:0.3)

in Nebadon, is Salsatia (24:2.7) (37:8.4)

in personality registers (30:1.13) (30:2.11)

infallible (24:2.9)

not concerned with individual lives and doings (24:2.7)

one stationed on capital of each local universe (24:2.4)

perfectly synchronize with superuniverse reflectivity (24:2.2)

possess tremendous endowment of antigravity (24:0.3)

special completed creation of Infinite Spirit (24:2.2)

Usatia is Orvonton chief of (24:2.5)

centaurs

onetime objects of worship (85:3.2)

Center of Centers. See Universal Father

centipedes

nonprogressive species (65:2.5)

Central America

amalgamated races migrated to (64:7.5)

predominantly red race but also yellow, orange, and blue (79:5.8)

central Isle = Paradise

central universe. See Havona

centurions. See Romans

cephalopods

ammonites developed from (60:1.13)

in Ordovician (59:2.11)

in Silurian (59:3.5) (59:3.8)

cereals

abundant in Cretaceous (60:3.19)

ceremonies. See also cults; religion; traditions

ancient is supposedly sacred (92:2.2)

gesture, older than speech, considered more holy and magical (88:6.4)

magic practiced with ritual (88:6.1)

present-day forms are ritualization of ancient positive propitiation (89:4.7)

priests awe common people by conducting ritual in ancient tongue (90:5.6)

baptism was public profession of entering kingdom (144:6.7–9) (144:8.5)

brief recital of evolution of (90:0.1)

ceremony induced action by Josiah (164:3.14)

deleterious agency of religion (91:5.6)

false progress of traversing meaningless circles of (147:5.8)

in Rome, half the year wasted on (87:3.4)

Jesus

abhorred pure ceremony (166:1.2) (190:2.4)

abrogated all, not reflective of intimate family relationship (103:4.4)

antagonism with, always positive (147:6.6)

baptism (136:2.3)

did not participate in sacrificial (179:0.3)

Remembrance Supper only one established by (179:5.4–5)

resented those misrepresentative of Father (127:6.6)

usually gave thanks before eating (143:3.4)

washed hands only for cleanliness (166:1.2) (167:1.3) (179:3.1)

no obligation to accept outworn (155:6.5–7)

ordination

of apostles (140:9sec)

of the 70 (Paper 163)

primitive man's attempt to control material world (90:3.1–2)

purification ceremonies

after childbirth (84:4.6) (122:9.1) (122:10.2)

after contact with the dead (87:1.4)

after healing from leprosy (166:2.4)

at weddings (137:4.11)

evolution of (90:5.3) (92:3.2)

necessary if gentile building entered before Passover (185:0.3–4)

Pharisees scrupulously observed (166:1.7)

Prince's staff included water cleansing as part of (66:5.21)

rites for remission of sin (89:2.5)

require social arena wherein to gratify vanity (68:2.10)

ritual surrounded entire life of ancients (83:4.2)

certainty. See also assurance

convictions of religious experience are unassailable (103:9.12)

does not fear outward analysis (146:3.2)

evolutionary religionists believe they have infallible Truth (92:3.4)

fetishmen believed infallible (88:1.10)

God more real than our fellows (16:9.4)

in science, philosophy, and religious experience (196:3.5)

of the God-knowing religionist (103:8.5)

on spiritual level, need for proof vanishes before experience with reality (103:7.10)

unattainable in mortal state (103:7.10)

extends only as far as one's personal experience (2:7.2)

none in knowledge, only increasing probability of approximation (102:2.4)

nothing which human nature touches is infallible (159:4.8)

we have right to be most certain about God (102:7.10)

Ceylon

Asoka established Buddhism in (94:9.1)

Hinayana Buddhism persisted in (94:9.4)

least progressive Saharans emigrated to (80:2.2)

Chaldeans

advanced eastern Semites (96:2.1)

among first to abandon human sacrifice (89:6.2)

favored monogamous marriage (83:6.3)

star cultists; looked upon stars as cause of suffering (85:5.1–2) (90:3.8)

chalk

Cretaceous was era of (60:3–4secs)

deposits (61:1.8)

challenges. See also conflict; difficulties; opportunities; perspective; problem solving; suffering

accept without complaint (48:6.24)

apostles' 5 months of testing (138:9sec)

mortal life is short and intense test (14:5.1)

the great challenge

to achieve better communication with Adjuster (196:3.31)

to construct new and appealing philosophy of living (2:7.10)

to make personal contribution to Supreme (117:4.10)

chamber of hewn stone

Sanhedrin meeting place (173:1.5) (184:3.2) (186:1.1)

chance (86:1sec). See also luck Chance Chance is a word which signifies that man is too ignorant or too indolent to determine causes. Men regard a natural occurrence as an accident or as bad luck only when they are destitute of curiosity and imagination, when the races lack initiative and adventure. Exploration of the phenomena of life sooner or later destroys man’s belief in chance, luck, and so called accidents, substituting therefor a universe of law and order wherein all effects are preceded by definite causes. This is the fear of existence replaced by the joy of living. (951.7) 86:2.5

believed revelatory of will of spirits (90:2.4)

personification of (86:2sec)

signifies man is too ignorant or indolent to determine causes (86:2.5)

Chang

Chinese merchant in Corinth (133:4.9)

change

great social or economic, should not be attempted suddenly (81:6.40)

human life is endless change (112:5.20)

human race must become reconciled to (99:1.1)

leaders must keep pace with scientific developments (81:6.39)

more readjustments in 1 generation than in 2000 years (92:7.10)

not always for the better (68:4.7)

without growth is potential evil (100:3.5)

chanting

primitives treated disease by (90:4.4)

character

acquirement

appreciation essential to development of (160:2.6)

by converting natural urges into higher longings (160:1.2)

education and experience augment (37:6.3)

hopeful courage contributes mightily to (127:3.14)

Jesus ennobles (100:7.18)

marriage best develops (160:2.6)

perfected in partnership with God (186:2.9)

strong, not derived from not doing wrong (140:4.6)

cleverness no substitute for (48:7.3)

dead theory powerless to transform (34:6.6)

defined as

co-ordination of idea-decisions, ideals, and truth (101:6.7)

consequence of having used mind and spirit circuits (117:5.13)

creature's capital accumulation of personal decisions illuminated by worship, glorified by love, consummated in service (117:5.13)

unification of scientific, moral, and spiritual intuitions of cosmic mind (16:6.10)

earthly, guides survivors on mansion worlds (112:6.5,7)

growth, not building (140:4.7) (140:8.27)

heredity lies at bottom of all (76:2.6)

Jesus' stalwart strength of, amazed his followers (100:7.2)

make sure of intellectual and moral foundations of (156:5.2)

number 7 basic to transmission of (42:9.2)

passing through death does not bestow a noble (103:5.7)

turning from wrong requires great (184:2.12)

Charax (130:0.1,3)

Jesus left Ganid at (133:9.4) (134:1.1)

charcoal picture

Jesus' drawing on synagogue floor (124:1.4–5)

chariots of fire See fusion

charity. See also altruism

by government

he who will not work shall not eat (69:2.5) (140:8.2) (153:2.6)

improvident depend on thrifty taxpayers to take care of them (69:9.5)

Jesus did not countenance dependence on (128:5.4) (165:4.7)

Jesus' talk with Roman senator about (132:4.5)

pernicious when long extended to able-bodied (81:6.32)

poverty cannot be eliminated if defectives freely supported, reproduce without restraint (71:3.5)

replace self-respect-destroying by dignified pensions (72:6.1)

by individuals

apostles not to be imposed upon by professional alms-seekers (140:8.12)

enfold the weak with charity (144:5.6)

give anonymously (131:10.8) (140:6.11) (140:8.26) (175:1.9)

giving is minor duty (166:1.4)

Jesus refused to accept alms (128:5.4)

Jews believed almsgiving meritorious (164:3.5)

mercy ministry always work of individual (133:1.2)

Pharisees did not shun publicity regarding their almsgiving (147:5.2)

rich men endow great institutions of learning (69:5.13)

what is given is wisely saved (131:3.6)

charms (88:5sec). See also fetishes; relics

all ancient objects considered magical (88:5.4)

anything connected with body could become fetish (88:5.1)

belief in, destroyed personal ambition and initiative (88:6.6)

certain blessed objects (88:2.4)

employed to insure happy and fertile marriage (83:4.4)

impotent; gross superstition (150:3.6)

items from which concocted (88:5.2–4)

origin of ornaments (69:9.10)

primitives rubbed on infections, then discarded (90:4.5)

chastity. See also continence cult; virgins

among ancients, great hindrance to girls' marriage (82:3.8,13)

origin of taboo in property mores (82:4.5)

chazan of Nazareth synagogue (123:5.9) (124:1.4) (124:2.2) (124:3.5) (127:2.7–8)

counseled Jesus regarding Zealot refusal strategy (127:2.7–8)

deceased at time of Jesus' Nazareth rejection (150:7.4)

greatly interested in Jesus' progress (123:5.9) (124:2.2) (124:3.5) (126:5.3)

inaugurated young men's club (127:3.9)

Jesus' charcoal drawing of (124:1.4)

officer of synagogue (123:5.3)

Susanna was daughter of (150:1.1)

cheating. See fraud; theft

Chedorlaomer

Abraham's victory over (93:4.14)

cheek

smitten on, turn other (140:3.14) (159:5.9)

cheerfulness. See happiness; joy

cheese

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

Jesus learned to make (123:5.15)

chemism. See chemistry

chemistry. See also elements (chemical)

chemical behavior depends on atom's revolving electrons (42:7.6)

could not have predicted water molecule (12:9.3)

one cannot pray to a formula (102:7.3)

origin in alchemy (81:2.5)

reactions occurring in blood stream (65:6.6)

reactions of, not modified by education (65:6.8)

same thing as light, heat, electricity, magnetism, energy, and matter (42:4.1–2)

truth, beauty, and goodness not inherent in (195:6.11)

Chemosh

god of the Amorites (96:1.14)

cherubim and sanobim (38:7–8secs)

500 million pairs on Urantia in 1934 (114:0.1)

celestial artisans teach efficient energy intake to (44:5.10)

continuously engaged in self-improvement; learn languages (38:7.5)

created by local universe Mother Spirit (26:1.7)

in personality registers (30:1.12,13) (30:2.13)

like midway creatures (38:7.7)

lowest order of angels; almost human (38:7.1) (48:3.4)

many lost in Lucifer rebellion (53:7.6–7) (67:3.2)

may attain full seraphic standing (38:8.2,6)

Mother Spirit transforms deserted, into Mansion World Teachers (38:8.5) (48:5.1–2)

near morontia level of existence (38:7.6)

remain in local universe (38:7.3)

service

deliver undeveloped souls to probationary nursery (47:2.1)

maintain educational facilities in probationary nursery (47:2.2)

pair always associated with seraphim; keep records (38:7.3) (113:2.9)

perform indispensable borderline tasks (38:7.7)

routine spirit workers (38:7.4)

some rebel, on earth up to Christ's death (77:7.4)

types

cherubim is right-hand deflector, positively charged angel; controls pair (38:7.2)

fourth creatures (38:7.6) (38:8.4)

positive or aggressive and negative or retiring (84:6.5)

sanobim is left-hand deflector, negatively charged angel, complement of being (38:7.2)

very limited in solitary function (38:7.2)

Chicago

city of this visitation (113:2.7)

utility bill for sunshine (58:2.1)

chickens. See poultry

            Jesus had 3 cows, 4 sheep, chickens, donkey, doves, dog (126:5.11)

chief of Mystery Monitors

Master Spirit #1 is adviser to (16:3.2)

chief of Nebadon archangels

considered technique for restoration of Jesus (189:0.1)

wrote Papers 33, 35 (33:8.7) (35:10.6)

chief of Nebadon Voices

primary seconaphim (28:4.6)

chief of Urantia seraphim

conscious of reflective transference (28:4.11)

wrote Papers 82-84, 113, 114 (82:6.12) (83:8.10) (84:8.7) (113:7.9) (114:7.15)

chief priests. See Sanhedrin

chief recorders

tertiary supernaphim (26:3.5)

chief seat

sit not in (167:1.5) (179:1.3–5)

chiefs of assignment

periodically disperse worshippers on Paradise (27:7.3)

primary supernaphim (27:2sec)

remand defeated pilgrims to superuniverses (26:10.4)

child-rearing. See also children; discipline; family; home; marriage; parents

Adamite practices (76:3.9)

children

admonish to honor parents (149:6.6) (163:2.4)

best if close in ages (55:3.10)

discipline favorable; love impels restraint of unwise acts (66:7.5) (127:4.3) (142:2.4) (142:7.9) (143:1.4) (177:2.7) (188:4.10)

help select heroes and lifework (140:5.14)

introduce to worship in nature's outdoors (167:6.6)

permanently impressed only by loyalties of adult associates (100:1.4)

punishment necessary when very young (142:2.4)

religious experience of, depends on whether fear or love dominates parent-child relationship (92:7.7) (103:2.3) (177:2.2)

should grow up conscious of being God's children (103:2.2–10)

should honor parents (66:7.15) (93:4.13) (131:2.12) (149:6.6) (153:3.3) (163:2.4)

difficult now (84:7.21–24)

Galilee splendid environment for (124:0.1)

in continental nation (72:3sec)

indispensable parent-child relation (45:6.4) (84:7.4)

Jesus' practices

began discipline at early age; punishment seldom required (127:4.3)

children had regular duties in Jesus' well-regulated household (126:5.11)

no penalty attached to violation of personal teachings (127:4.5)

spent every possible hour with youngsters (127:1.8)

talk with John Mark (177:2sec)

Joseph explained reasons for family discipline (123:3.9)

love in home essential (160:2.6) (177:2.2)

no ascending mortal can escape experience of (47:1.6)

parents' attitude

appreciation essential to development of character (160:2.6)

assisting child to win battle of life (84:7.26)

bringing children into world entails supreme responsibility (84:7.25–26)

"come with me" most effective technique (139:5.8)

nurture early moral awakenings (103:2.3)

positively enjoining good better than forbidding evil (127:4.2–6) (140:5.9)

watchcare of family takes precedence of all duties (126:3.5)

wise fathers carefully plan children's education (142:7.8)

parents impressed John the Baptist he was to be spiritual leader (122:2.8)

Romans' sudden emancipation of children at 21 harmful (71:1.14)

warnings

avoid all deception; refrain from suggesting suspicion (140:5.14)

bad environment can spoil excellent inheritance, at least during younger years (76:2.6)

error to teach boys tenderness is unmanly (140:5.16)

insubordination caused by protecting children from consequences of foolish conduct (84:7.20)

John Zebedee humored too much; spoiled (139:4.5)

Judas was pampered, petted, and spoiled (139:12.6) (193:4.6)

never take sides in children's quarrels; show no partiality (128:1.14) (141:3.3)

overindulgence contributes to delinquency and demoralization; encompasses moral undoing (147:5.9) (177:2.2)

overprotection harmful; allow child to have original experience (177:2.2–4)

overprotection makes child self-conscious, self-centered (123:0.2)

pressure does not save, ennoble, or stimulate growth (103:5.11)

shortsighted affection pampers and spoils (118:10.1)

suicidal to shift responsibility to state or church (84:7.27)

wrong to force ready-made adult religious experience upon child (100:1.3)

childbirth. See also abortion

among primitives, rendered woman dangerous and unclean (84:4.6)

child in existence 9 months before it experiences birth (103:2.1)

comparatively easy among unmixed tribes (76:4.2) (84:4.7)

mother forgets anguish in joy of (180:6.7)

purification ordinances (122:9.1) (122:10.2)

children. See also child-rearing; family; home

Adjusterless, reckoned still attached to parents (49:6.12)

affectionate parents never called upon to forgive (174:1.2)

alter egos of (91:3.1)

among primitives

ancestor worshipers viewed failure to have sons as calamity (84:7.19)

belonged to mother in era of plural marriages (83:5.1) (83:7.1)

custom of sacrificing first-born (89:6.6,8) (89:7.1,3)

earliest races looked upon children as coming altogether from mother (84:2.4)

illegitimate, became wards of girl's mother (68:6.9)

mother's interests always sacrificed for (84:7.10)

mothers once killed and ate, to renew strength (89:5.4)

primitives desired many (84:7.11–19)

primitives killed deformed or sickly, girls before times of wife purchase (68:6.8)

strangled at birth if deformed or premature (84:1.4)

were common property (70:3.1)

angels care for (158:8.1)

bringing into world entails supreme responsibility (84:7.25–26)

Christianity put end to infanticide (195:3.5)

discipline

began very early among ancients (84:7.20–25)

children should early learn to sacrifice (140:5.22)

favorable to children (66:7.5) (127:4.3) (142:2.4) (142:7.9) (143:1.4) (177:2.7) (188:4.10)

do not dislodge ideals of (48:6.21)

easily taught to function as peacemakers (140:5.19)

evaluate experience in accordance with content of pleasure (100:1.1)

family life cannot be had without (99:4.2)

first conflict is between altruism and egoism (103:2.7)

importance of early home life (177:2.5)

initiation into civic responsibility in continental nation (72:3.7)

Jesus

blessed the little children (158:8.1) (167:6sec)

forbidden to father children (120:3.5,8)

played with children (127:1.8) (127:3.8) (128:6.10–12) (138:8.9) (172:1.4)

said not to despise any children (113:1.1)

kingdom of heaven is like (167:6.1)

leaving, for sake of kingdom (163:3.4) (171:2.2)

love, as God loves us (133:2.2)

love of, not augmented by unwise pursuit of pleasure (84:8.4)

minister to (192:2.2)

must first master parent-child relationship (8:1.11)

natural affection for fathers (140:10.4)

natural urge to relieve suffering (140:5.17)

naturally trustful (140:5.14)

need fathers as well as mothers (47:1.6)

now are economic liabilities (84:7.27)

of God. See faith sons of God; sonship with God; (Also called: pilgrims of time; children of time; material beings of time; creatures of time; time-space pilgrims)

of world wiser than children of kingdom (169:2.1,5)

parents are copartners with Makers in creating (167:5.7)

permanently impressed only by loyalties of adults (100:1.4)

playing in the market place (144:8.7)

should honor parents (66:7.15) (93:4.13) (131:2.12) (149:6.6) (153:3.3) (163:2.4)

to enter kingdom, become as little (137:8.8) (140:10.4) (144:4.3) (149:6.11) (155:6.12) (170:2.18) (170:3.2) (181:2.20) (196:0.12)

who die before age of spiritual choice. See probationary nursery

wholly dependent on parents for all early concepts (177:2.5)

whoso receives, receives Jesus (158:8.1)

whosoever causes to stumble, better cast into sea with millstone (158:8.1)

chimpanzees

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

Ch'in Shih Huang Ti

combated Confucianism (94:6.11)

China. See also Chinese; yellow race

40,000 year old culture (79:8.12)

Andites drove inferiors into southern (79:2.4)

Andites entered ca. 13,000 B.C. (78:5.6) (79:7sec)

Asoka established Buddhism in (94:9.1)

Buddhism accepted in (94:11.1)

civilization of (79:6,8secs)

commercial relations with Mesopotamia (79:7.6)

cultural union of Yangtze and Yellow river centers (79:8.5)

education in (79:8.7)

evolution of Ming and Mogul dynasties (134:5.9)

favored by geography (79:6.12)

follows Taoist and Confucian teachings (92:6.4)

geology (59:1.13) (59:4.7) (59:5.20) (60:2.6)

growth of commerce in (81:3.1)

Han Empire (134:5.1)

library at Alexandria contained manuscripts from (130:3.4)

Neanderthalers spread to (64:4.1)

no cities until 10,000 B.C. (79:7.5)

regrettable no Peter or Paul went into (130:2.3) (130:3.3)

religious awakening of 600 B.C. (79:8.11)

Salem missionaries in (93:7.2) (94:5sec)

statehood delayed by thoroughness of conquest (79:8.1)

China Seas

Buddhist missionaries braved dangers of (94:9.2)

Chinese (79:5sec). See also China; yellow race

children require little discipline (84:7.21)

cleared Andonites from valleys of Asia (79:6.1)

difference between northern and southern races (79:6.7)

drove red race out of Asia 85,000 years ago (64:7.4)

first to establish settled communities (64:6.14)

improved tone of bell by human sacrifice (89:6.4)

innately able minds (79:7.3)

Jesus' talk with Chang (133:4.9)

learned classes limited by cumbersome ideographic writing (66:5.10) (79:8.7)

most advanced social development on Urantia (68:0.3)

numbered 12 million in 15,000 B.C. (79:6.9)

raised animals by 5000 B.C. (81:2.8)

religious beliefs

basis of ancestor worship (68:4.3) (94:5.7)

believed soul and body remained together after death (86:4.8)

degenerated into swarms of devils and dragons (94:6.12)

dragon worship is survival of snake cult (85:3.3)

employed magic to protect against demons (90:2.8)

first to achieve freedom from abject fear of gods (94:5.7)

regarded disease as result of evil demons (90:3.8)

sons of Han (79:8.12)

treated women better than most (84:5.6)

unexcelled in family loyalty, group ethics, personal morality (79:8.9,12) (84:7.1)

yin and yang teaching (111:0.4)

chlorophyll making

most important step in plant evolution (65:6.3)

choice. See consecration of choice; decisions; free will

Chorazin (138:9.3) (152:7.3)

general rejection of gospel at (146:4.6) (155:2sec)

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

chosen chosen (verb Past participle of CHOOSE). adjective 1. Selected from or preferred above others: the chosen few. 2. Having been selected by God; elect. noun plural chosen 1. One of the elect. 2. The elect considered as a group. choose verb chose chosen choosing, chooses verb, transitive 1. To select from a number of possible alternatives; decide on and pick out. 2. a. To prefer above others: chooses the supermarket over the neighborhood grocery store. b. To determine or decide: chose to fly rather than drive. verb, intransitive To make a choice; make a selection: was used to doing as she chose. [Middle English chesen, from Old English cêosan.] Synonyms: choose, select, elect, pick. These verbs mean to make a choice from a number of possibilities. Choose implies the use of judgment in taking one of several persons, things, or courses of action: "We do not choose survival as a value; it chooses us" (B.F. Skinner). Select stresses fastidiousness in choosing from a wide variety: Four skiers will be selected to represent each country. Elect strongly suggests deliberation in making a selection, usually between alternatives: I elected not to go. Pick, like select, indicates care in choosing: "Not only do I knock 'em out, I pick the round" (Muhammad Ali).

chosen people

doctrine

Amos, Hosea attacked egoistic (97:4.2–6)

danger of institutional religion (99:6.3)

Jews' reaction against national inferiority (93:9.9)

persistently mischief-making error (92:3.2)

priests invented fables of (97:7.1)

prime factor in nation building (71:3.2)

Israelites were, for carrying truth of God to every nation (97:9.27) (97:10.1)

Jews attributed national independence to belief they were (121:2.8)

Jews perplexed by Babylonian captivity believing they were (97:8.3)

Moses proclaimed Yahweh had singled out Hebrews as (96:4.6)

no such thing as (134:5.4)

obedience to God was Moses' condition of Hebrews being (96:5.6)

Samuel said Yahweh chiefly occupied with (97:1.7)

Christ. See also Jesus; Michael of Nebadon

divine Jesus became a religion (196:2.4)

do not sacrifice human Jesus to concept of glorified Christ (196:1.2) (196:2.5)

Michael of Nebadon referred to as Christ Michael (F:V.3) (Paper 119) (20:4.4) (21:0.3) (21:6.4) (27:0.2) (30:4.4) (33:1.1) (33:2.3) (37:2.6) (37:5.1) (40:6.5) (40:7.2) (45:4.1) (50:6.5) (51:3.9) (52:5.5) (52:6.1) (53:0.2) (53:5.3) (75:2.2) (77:6.6) (77:7.5) (83:8.3) (92:4.8) (93:9.11) (93:10.5) (93:10.6) (93:10.8) (94:6.1) (98:7.2) (101:6.5) (102:3.14) (119:8.8) (119:8.9) (120:0.9) (120:4.2) (120:4.3) (121:1.1) (121:3.1) (136:5.4) (196:1.1)

the anointed one (98:7.2)

Christian church, early. See also Christianity; Roman Catholic Church

3 paramount factors in rapid spread; reasons for triumph (132:0.5) (195:0.5–18) (195:1.2–4)

Abner represented Babylonian view (166:5.2,4) (171:1.6)

Abnerian, centered at Philadelphia; lost in Islamic movement (171:1.6) (195:1.11)

after Pentecost (Paper 195)

baptized in name of Father, Son, and Spirit (194:4.9)

believers first known as Christians at Antioch (121:2.5) (194:4.13)

collection for believers in Jerusalem (194:4.7)

early converts were gentile Jewish proselytes (121:2.5)

failings

almost wholly lost valiant human Jesus (196:2.4–5)

atonement doctrine. See atonement doctrine

became substitute for kingdom of heaven (170:2.8–10) (170:5.7–15)

changed gospel (192:4.7) (194:0.3–7) (194:4.4–6)

Christ became head of church rather than believer's elder brother (170:5.17–18) (194:4.4–6)

church was built around

concept of glorified Christ (5:4.9)

fact of Christ's death (143:5.11) (143:6.3)

miraculous concepts of Jesus' divine-human personality (98:7.2,8) (166:0.2) (170:2.10) (196:2.1,4,6)

did not employ Jesus' simple spiritual appeal (195:0.3)

doctrine of sanctification through suffering; mortification of flesh (89:3.3) (89:4.1)

great mistakes were incorporation of Persian and Greek thought, connection to Judaism, atonement, overemphasis on person of Jesus (149:2.2–5)

issues of eternal life partly transferred to (170:5.17–18)

Jesus believed to be Eternal Son (161:1.6)

lacked moral courage to follow Jesus' example toward women (149:2.9) (167:6.4)

possessions held in common; led to disaster (194:4.2,7)

uncompromising at Lake Urmia (134:6.14–15)

first Roman church had been chief Mithraic temple (132:0.5)

Greeks, small middle class provided moral backbone of (121:3.4) (195:3.6)

influenced by

30 Jesus-taught Roman religious leaders (132:0.4–5)

Babylonian and Persian ideas of good and evil (146:1.3)

beginnings (98:7.3–10) (194:4sec)

continence cult (89:3.6)

Cynics (98:0.2)

erroneous philosophy (94:12.1)

Hebraic prejudice against Trinity concept (104:1.10)

Jesus' teaching of God as loving Father (5:4.10–11)

Jews (5:4.10) (92:6.7) (97:10.6) (98:2.8) (98:7.5) (121:7.6–8) (194:1.5) (195:3.6)

Mithraics (98:5.2,4) (98:6sec) (98:7.7) (121:7.8) (149:2.2) (195:1.9) (195:3.6)

pagan ritualistic pageantry (195:0.11–18) (195:3.6) (195:9.11)

Paul (5:4.11) (92:6.7) (98:7.9) (121:5.13–16) (170:5.3–6) (196:2.1)

Philo (5:4.11) (92:6.7) (170:5.3)

Phrygian Great Mother cult (98:7.7)

Plato, Greeks (5:4.10) (92:6.7) (98:0.1) (98:2.8) (98:7.10) (121:7.6–8) (146:1.3) (149:2.2) (170:5.2) (195:0–1secs) (195:3.6)

Romans (121:7.6) (195:2sec)

Salem teachings (98:0.1) (98:7.4)

Simon Peter (92:6.7)

Zoroastrians (92:6.7) (95:6.7) (98:5.2) (98:7.6) (170:5.3)

Jerusalem was cradle of (176:1.3)

Jesus' contribution at Corinth (133:3.10–12)

largely composed of lower classes and slaves (121:3.7)

Mithraism competitor of (121:5.8)

organized under leadership of Peter; James brother of Jesus titular head; Matadormus treasurer (92:6.7) (163:2.7) (194:4.12)

Pauline, headquartered at Antioch (171:1.6) (196:2.6)

persecution in Jerusalem scattered believers (141:6.6)

persecution resulted from use of term "kingdom" (170:2.20–21)

preached God as Father of Lord Jesus Christ, believer-fellowship with risen Christ (5:4.8) (194:0.4)

remembrance supper took origin in Passover ceremony (89:9.2)

second coming deemed near at hand (170:2.1,10) (170:5.14–15) (194:4.5,7) (196:2.5). See also Jesus: second coming

sect within Judaism at beginning (194:1.5) (194:4.10)

similar to Mithraism in 3rd century A.D. (98:6.3)

strengths

conquered Roman Empire, almost all great minds Christian, in 300 years (195:2.5) (195:3.10) (195:10.18)

faith in resurrection was cardinal feature of (190:0.4)

first to proclaim poor could survive (69:9.4)

free from civil entanglements and economic alliances (99:3.1)

imposed more stringent sex obligations upon men (84:5.6)

in no sense an economic movement (121:3.9)

most appealing and enduring cult ever conceived (87:7.4)

one of most progressive societies ever (170:5.16) (195:0.3)

power in unique lives, the way believers lived and died (194:4.6) (195:3.4)

vastly superior to existing religions (121:5.6)

women admitted into full fellowship (98:6.4) (150:1.3)

Trinity concept (104:1.11–13) (161:1.6) (194:4.9)

ultra-pacific (98:6.4)

under Roman Empire (195:3sec)

use of Greek language in writings caused movement to turn west (121:6.2)

Christianity. See also atonement doctrine; Christian church, early; churches; fellowship of believers; religion; Roman Catholic Church Christianity Christianity, as it developed from that day, is: the fact of God as the Father of the Lord Jesus Christ, in association with the experience of believer-fellowship with the risen and glorified Christ. (2059.4) 194:0.4

church hibernated in European dark ages (195:4sec)

church is larval stage of thwarted spiritual kingdom (170:5.21)

futile to talk about revival of primitive (195:10.1)

influence on

Buddhism (94:9.3)

Hinduism (94:4.1)

living Jesus is only hope of unification (195:10.11,16)

missionaries of. See missionaries: Christian missionaries

nominal acceptance by New Zealand tribe (92:2.5)

Pauline version of life and teachings of Jesus (149:2.2) (195:0.18)

problem of (195:9sec)

promises salvation from sin (5:4.5–8)

Reformation disrupted unity of (92:5.12)

strengths

church is inevitable and useful social result of Jesus' life (170:5.7,10)

founded upon fact of Michael's bestowal (121:5.16)

gospel will emerge from, to transform civilization (194:2.8)

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

greatest religion mankind had ever known (194:4.6) (195:9.8)

Jesus has fostered church as best exponent of his lifework (195:10.9)

one of greatest powers for good on earth (195:10.12)

recent relative rehabilitation (195:4.3–4)

religion of faith, hope, and charity (196:3.16)

river of truth running through the centuries (195:9.1)

willingly goes first mile (195:10.5)

the future (195:10sec)

weaknesses

blundered by miraculously interpreting certain epochs of history (97:8.5–6)

church is institutionalized to spiritual barrenness (195:3.9)

church is unconscious obstacle to real gospel (195:10.8)

cults and sects are pitiful subdivision of believers; grave weakness to Oriental peoples (170:5.20) (195:4.3) (195:10.7,15)

departed from Jesus' teachings about women (149:2.9) (167:6.4)

ecclesiasticism incompatible with living faith (195:10.8)

emphasis upon incessant struggle between soul and body (157:6.4)

error to regard marriage as a sacrament (83:8.1–4)

extemporized religion; operates in low gear (195:10.18)

fears exposure of unconsecrated fellowship? (196:1.2)

gospel of ransom to purchase man from devil (194:2.8)

has ministered to the unfortunate from overmuch false sentiment (99:3.5)

has overlooked Joshua the human hero (92:7.8)

languishes for lack of new vision of Master's life (195:9.2)

long since ceased to be religion of Jesus (98:7.11) (149:2.2)

mystic, bordered on unreality, was philosophically akin to pantheism (195:4.1)

neglects spiritual mission for social problems (195:9.4)

no excuse for churches' involvement in commerce and politics (195:10.13)

Occidentalized; non-Europeans look upon as strange (92:6.7) (94:4.1,10)

Old Testament incorporated into (74:8.12)

perpetuated myth of fiat creation (74:8.13)

prejudice against Jews inexcusable (175:2sec)

Remembrance Supper wrongly reduced to set formula (179:5.5)

secular materialism threatens (195:4.4–5) (195:8.3) (195:9.9–11)

should not require God-conscious men to reject their historic leadership (99:5.11)

sponsors western social systems (99:3.1) (195:10.20–21)

well adapted to mores of white races (94:4.1,10) (98:7.11)

Christmas

Christians celebrate on festival day of Mithras (98:5.4)

tree perpetuates ancient custom of tree worship (85:2.5)

chromosomes. See also life: biological

24 pattern units; 48 human trait determiners ((36:2.4,9))

of Prince's staff reorganized by life circuits (77:2.2,5)

chronoldeks (kron ahl' deks). An order of frandalanks, or Master Physical Controllers, who register time as well as quantitative and qualitative energy presence (see frandalanks). (328,6)(29:4.30).

frandalanks who also measure time (29:4.30)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.17)

system time broadcast by (46:1.2)

type of Master Physical Controller (29:4.4)

churches. See also Christian church, early; Christianity; fellowship of believers; Roman Catholic Church

authority derived from invocation of sacred books (88:2.10)

avoid union of church and state (70:1.14) (70:12.6)

function in shaping cultural progress (98:2.7)

primitive man's response to illusory ghost environment (86:6.1)

secret societies evolved into (70:7.15)

should be houses of beauty, appealing simplicity (167:6.6)

true church is Jesus brotherhood; invisible, spiritual, characterized by unity, not uniformity (195:10.11)

Chuza

steward of Herod Antipas, husband of Joanna (150:1.1) (154:0.2)

Cicero (195:2.6)

Cincinnati Island

geology (59:4.8)

circles

concentric. See concentric circles, three

nonnative residential areas on Jerusem (46:4.1) (46:5sec)

of ascending mortals (46:5.20)

of courtesy colonies (46:5.23)

of finaliters (46:5.25)

of Master Physical Controllers (46:5.19)

of the angels (46:5.13)

of the Sons of God (46:5.3–12)

of Universe Aids (46:5.18)

walls of crystal gems (46:5.4)

psychic. See psychic circles Circles, psychic Perhaps these psychic circles of mortal progression would be better denominated cosmic levels actual meaning grasps and value realizations of progressive approach to the morontia consciousness of initial relationship of the evolutionary soul with the emerging Supreme Being. And it is this very relationship that makes it forever impossible fully to explain the significance of the cosmic circles to the material mind. These circle attainments are only relatively related to God-consciousness. A seventh or sixth circler can be almost as truly God-knowing—sonship conscious—as a second or first circler, but such lower circle beings are far less conscious of experiential relation to the Supreme Being, universe citizenship. The attainment of these cosmic circles will become a part of the ascenders experience on the mansion worlds if they fail of such achievement before natural death. (1211.1) 110:6.16

circuit regulators

in Uversa personality register (30:2.18)

Morontia Power Supervisors; dynamos who transform everywhere energies of space (48:2.6–7)

Circuit Supervisors. See Universe Circuit Supervisors

circuits

all lead back to God on Paradise (11:1.4)

energy circuits. See energy: circuits

gravity q.v.

Havona. See Havona: circuits

local system (29:2.9)

local universe. See local universes: circuits

not always possible to distinguish between (3:1.6)

pervade the superuniverses (15:9sec)

presence circuits of Paradise (15:9.1)

matter. See gravity: types: material gravity

mind. See gravity: types: mind gravity

personality. See personality: personality circuit

spirit. See gravity: types: spirit gravity

reflectivity independent of all subabsolute (17:3.10)

superuniverse. See superuniverses, the seven: circuits of

circumcision (Click here to read article on circumcision from the Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion).

Abraham underwent, to solemnize commitment (93:6.6)

arose as partial human sacrifice (89:8.2) (92:1.1)

initiation rite into secret fraternities (70:7.6)

Jesus circumcised (122:8.2)

John the Baptist circumcised (122:2.7)

most Salem believers practiced (93:6.6)

practiced by shamans (90:2.10)

circumspection

Mary Magdalene became woman of great (190:0.5)

circumstances

all things work together for good (4:1.4,11) (10:7.5–6) (48:4.7) (54:4.7) (67:7.8) (67:8.4) (94:6.4) (118:10.18) (182:2.1)

divine dispensation working along with children of God (140:8.3)

Jesus

did not interfere with natural events (135:11.3) (136:7.2–3) (136:8.5–6) (136:9.9)

laid down his life in keeping with natural events (182:3.7) (183:1.2) (186:2.3)

lived life in channel of its natural flowing (128:1.6)

seraphim manipulate, to influence human activity (113:3.5) (113:4.4) (114:6.18)

souls seeking God with whole heart delivered from evil (130:1.2)

citadel of the spirit

unassailable inner bastion (100:2.7)

cities

cannot withstand siege unless united (153:4.3)

culture thrives best in; cities multiply power for good or evil (68:6.5)

he who rules himself greater than he who captures city (143:2.3)

heathen lay siege to (155:1.3)

historically

arose ca. 10,000 B.C.; early unsanitary conditions (81:3.3)

commons of, represent earlier collective ownership (69:9.14)

destruction of houses after death militated against establishment of (87:1.3)

devoted to manufacture and trade arose ca. 8000 B.C. (79:1.4)

Dravidians among first to build (79:3.7)

fugitives secure against attack in cities of refuge (69:4.4)

walls protected against attacks by hostile humans and beasts (66:5.8)

no power to tax or incur debt in continental nation (72:7.3)

whose builder is God (178:3.4)

citizenship

cosmic. See cosmic citizenship

solemn consecration of Roman youths (98:3.4)

citizenship registrars

of Jerusem assign suffrage qualifications (45:7.7)

citron

forbidden fruit (162:4.4)

City of David. See Bethlehem

City of Judah

small village 4 miles west of Jerusalem; home of Elizabeth and Zacharias (122:2.6–7) (135:0.2)

civil servants

if unbelievers qualify as superior (178:1.13)

civilization. See also evolution: social evolution; government; social classes

Adamic infusion accelerated (81:0.2)

concerned with self-perpetuation, self-maintenance, and self-gratification (68:2.3)

dangers

breakdown during transition (81:6.40–41)

breaks down without help from superhuman sources (68:3.4)

civilization retrogresses when genius declines (195:1.9)

common opinion has always delayed (71:2.2)

inferior minds spurn highest (50:6.4)

jeopardy when 3/4 of youth enter materialistic professions (111:4.3–4)

racially degenerate stocks have tremendously retarded (99:3.5)

reasons for decline of Roman Empire (195:3.8–9)

recedes from high but premature levels of attainment (78:2.3) (118:8.6)

social organization must keep pace with scientific developments (81:6.39)

sudden transformations unhelpful (66:6.3–7)

unbridled self-gratification unfailingly destroys (68:2.11)

will not settle down for a millennium (99:1.1,3)

demands ideal type of citizen (99:3.4)

dependent upon (68:2sec) (71:4.2) (81:6sec)

advances born in inner world (111:4.3)

antecedent racial progression (81:5.1)

civilization modified by controlling education of younger generation (81:6.24)

communication (81:6.25) (160:2.3)

education; only safe method of accelerating (71:2.2)

effective functioning of family (79:8.9) (84:0.2) (84:7.1)

enthusiastic and effective load-pulling spirit (81:6.37)

food, security, pleasure, and leisure provide foundation for development of (50:5.7)

God; nothing takes the place of God in (16:9.7) (94:6.12) (195:8.6)

language (81:6.16)

love is wellspring of superior civilization (16:9.7) (102:6.3)

Master's teachings conceal secret of better civilization (154:4.2) (194:3.12)

moral assistance provided by well-ordered society (34:7.4)

morality predicated on spiritual realities (195:5.9)

natural resources, genius, leisure to insure inventive fruition (78:2.4)

race and climate are decisive factors in evolution of superior (79:4.9) (81:6.4)

sagacious correlation of material wealth, intellectual greatness, moral worth, social cleverness, and cosmic insight (16:9.4,7) (81:6.38)

spiritual idealism is energy which uplifts and advances (81:6.27)

tools (81:2sec)

willingness to invest in welfare of future generations (84:7.27)

develops sense of duty (79:8.10)

does not make the people (76:6.4)

early war dissolved illusion of equality (70:2.5)

enables man to stand on shoulders of all who have preceded him (79:8.10) (81:6.23,25) (160:2.3)

evolutionary religion is man's most expensive but incomparably effective institution (92:3.6–9)

goals

conserves property (79:8.10)

ideal is for every man to love his neighbor as himself (99:2.4)

ideal realized only in divine kingdom (196:2.11)

prime gift of society is security, survival possibilities (68:1.5) (70:9.1) (81:5.4)

refusal to use power selfishly is mark of high civilization (48:7.8)

should provide fair and peaceful opportunity to all (70:9.7)

society secures civil freedom through institutions (81:5.5)

superconscious mind contains master patterns for building a better (111:4.5)

is to evolution as effect to cause (81:5.1)

Jesus avoided entanglements with economic structure (120:3.4)

joint product of mortals and midwayers (77:9.8)

judge by purity and nobility of its religion (102:8.2)

large numbers of Saharans deteriorated Egypt's (80:1.3)

large numbers of unmarried indicates temporary breakdown of mores (83:7.5)

lower strata no longer abjectly ignorant or politically helpless (99:1.5)

modern civilization

critically interdependent (99:1.4)

enduring dangerous phase of complicated interdependence (68:2.5)

notwithstanding material achievement, is slowly disintegrating (195:8.10)

nationalism prevents from disintegrating (195:8.10)

never developed in poverty (81:6.6)

no great club of inherited privilege; exacts fees (81:5.3–5)

not divine; a phenomenon of progressive evolution (81:6.39)

of second garden (76:3.8)

organization of intelligent co-operators (68:1.4)

primitive society (Paper 68)

4 great stages were collection, hunting, pastoral, and agricultural (68:5.2–11)

chief factor was force exerted by wise social masters (81:6.14)

dawn of; cradle of (Paper 68) (81:1sec)

first great advances were fire, animal domestication, slavery, and private property (69:6–9secs) (81:2.3)

forged out between anvil of necessity and hammers of fear (66:5.13)

founded on reciprocity of necessity (68:1.3)

industrial, regulative, religious, and military divisions (69:6.1)

man's insurance against violent death (68:1.2)

men driven together by food hunger, sex love, vanity, and ghost fear (68:2.4,6) (68:3.4)

Planetary Prince's and Adam's headquarters intended to advance (51:6.3) (51:7sec)

slavery caused culture to perish (80:7.6,13)

progressive civilization (50:5.6secs)

race mixture favors versatility (79:2.7)

rights asserted by society (70:9.2)

second Eden was cradle of, for 30,000 years (78:0.1)

small middle class appeared in times of Jesus (121:1.5) (121:3.4)

society has every right to employ force (133:1.5) (133:4.12) (140:8.4)

spiritual progress not dependent upon (65:8.4)

spread foremost by commerce and exploration (81:3.2,6,7)

status determined by equity of courts (70:11.10)

sum of man's adjustment to life (68:5.1)

unstable, not biologically innate (16:9.4–5) (68:0.2)

clams

in Ordovician (59:2.12)

clans (70:4sec)

blood-tie groups with common interests (70:3.3) (70:4.2) (70:5.2) (70:7.1)

delayed growth of strong nations (70:4.4)

many grew out of trades, associations (71:1.15)

many virtually exterminated by abortion and infanticide (68:6.9)

old idea of friendship meant adoption into clan (70:3.6)

peace chiefs ruled through mother line (70:4.4)

primitive Australians focus their religion upon clan (103:3.1)

reappeared in dark ages (71:1.16)

territorial states had bitter struggle with (71:1.15) (134:5.8)

classes, social. See social classes

Claudia Procula

asked Pilate not to arrest Jesus (183:2.3)

message to Pilate regarding Jesus (185:5.7–8)

wife of Pontius Pilate; became prominently identified with gospel (185:1.7) (185:2.6)

Claudius

Roman slaveholder with whom Jesus talked (132:4.5)

Claudus

discouraged young man with whom Jesus spoke; became associate of Peter (130:8.1)

claws

magical charms concocted from (88:5.2)

clay

belief man created from (74:8.4,7)

early people wrote on (66:5.9)

Jesus put, on Josiah's eyes (164:3.8)

laid down in Cretaceous (60:3.5)

Sumerian tablets telling of Dilmun (77:4.8)

cleansing the temple (173:1sec)

Clement

taught by Pantaenus (195:3.10)

Cleopas of Emmaus

at Jesus' 7th appearance (190:5sec)

cleverness

do not coerce men into kingdom with (159:3.2)

no substitute for character (48:7.3)

climate

changes in, changed civilization (80:1.4) (80:2.1) (80:3.8)

chief factors are land elevation, cosmic clouds, and oceans (57:8.22)

cosmic clouds: one of chief factors in climatic fluctuation (57:8.22) (61:7.8) (74:8.2)

decisive factor in establishment of early civilization (81:1.1–5) (81:6.3–4)

harsh continental weather developed in Permian (59:6sec) (60:0.1)

parable of discerning the weather (157:2.1)

Cloa

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

cloak

Jesus wore (187:2.8)

offer, when coat taken (159:5.11)

clock

most reliable is radium (57:7.3)

Clopas

husband of Mary, sister of Jesus' mother (Mary had a sister named Mary?) (187:3.2)

clothing

70 evangelists sent out without extra (163:1.3)

Jesus', removed before crucifixion, divided between soldiers (187:2.2,8–9)

unshrunk cloth not sewed on old garment (147:7.2)

clouds

cosmic, affect climate (57:8.22)

cosmic clouds: one of chief factors in climatic fluctuation (57:8.22) (61:7.8) (74:8.2)

feared and worshiped by primitive tribes (85:4.3)

Neanderthalers deathly afraid of (64:4.12)

clubs

Jesus became prominent member of young men's (124:1.13) (127:3.9)

primitive. See secret societies

contractor in Corinth (133:4.6)

co-operation. See also groups; leadership

civilization dependent on enthusiastic and effective load-pulling spirit (81:6.34–37)

few are duties for lone servant (28:5.14)

kindred minds inclined toward (16:6.3)

marriage highest manifestation of antagonistic (84:6.2)

more efficient than competition in advanced civilizations (71:5.3)

not natural trait of man (68:1.4)

on basis of unity of ideals rather than theological beliefs (99:5.7)

Prince's staff taught teamwork (66:7.5)

teamwork depends on leadership (81:6.37)

teamwork is one of most important lessons (28:5.14)

Co-ordinate Creator Sons. See Creator Sons

Co-ordinate Ministering Daughters. See local universe Mother Spirits

Co-ordinate Trinity-origin Beings (Paper 19)

attached to superuniverse administration (15:10.4)

types

Divine Counselors (19:3sec)

Havona natives (19:6sec)

Inspired Trinity Spirits (19:5sec)

Paradise Citizens (19:7sec)

Perfectors of Wisdom (19:2sec)

Trinity Teacher Sons (19:1sec)

Universal Censors (19:4sec)

co-ordinators and liaison directors

Morontia Companions; instructors of social conduct (48:3.11)

coabsolute level. See reality: levels of reality: coabsolute reality

coal (59:5.10)

beds often hold gas and oil (59:5.16)

Carboniferous was era of (59:5sec)

deposition (61:2.3)

between glacial layers (59:6.6)

epoch lasted 25 million years (59:5.13)

in Cretaceous (60:3.9)

in Jurassic (60:2.7)

water-preserved, pressure-modified remains of rank swamp vegetation (59:5.14–17)

coat

taken, offer cloak (159:5.11)

cock. See poultry

cockroaches

appearance (59:5.7) One thousand species of cockroaches developed, and some grew to be four inches long.

cocoa

among earliest pharmaceutical discoveries (90:4.8)

coercion (87:6sec). See also compulsion

place in evolution of religious observances (90:0.1)

ritual merges with avoidance, exorcism, and propitiation (89:0.2)

coinage

right of, carried right to tax (174:2.5)

coins. See also denarii; pounds; shekels; talents: money; ten-cent piece

superstitious persons make holes in (85:1.4)

cold

of open lands stimulates invention and resourcefulness (64:1.3)

organizes ultimatons into electrons; gravity prevents absolute zero (15:8.10) (42:4.5–9)

collapse

universal, would occur should God retire as upholder (4:1.6)

collected collect verb collected, collecting, collects verb, transitive 1. To bring together in a group or mass; gather. 2. To accumulate as a hobby or for study. 3. To call for and obtain payment of: collect taxes. 4. To recover control of: collect one's emotions. 5. To call for (someone); pick up: collected the children and drove home. verb, intransitive [Latin trânscrìbere : trâns-, trans- + scrìbere, to write.] 1. To come together in a group or mass; gather. Synonyms: gather, collect, assemble, congregate, accumulate, amass. These verbs mean to bring or come together in a group or mass. Gather is the most general term and therefore the most widely applicable: The tour guide gathered the visitors in the hotel lobby. A group of students gathered in front of the administration building to demand divestiture. I gathered sticks as kindling for the fire. Clouds gather before a thunderstorm. Collect is often interchangeable with gather: A proctor will collect (or gather) the examination papers at the end of the hour. Tears collected (or gathered) in her eyes. Frequently, however, collect refers to the careful selection of like or related things that become part of an organized whole: collects antiques; collected stamps. Assemble in all of its senses implies that the persons or things involved have a definite and usually close relationship. With respect to persons the term suggests convening out of common interest or purpose: Assembling an able staff was more difficult than raising the funds to finance the venture. The new legislature will assemble in January. With respect to things assemble implies gathering and fitting together components, as of a structure or machine: The curator is devoting time and energy to assembling an interesting exhibit of Stone Age artifacts. Congregate refers chiefly to the coming together of a large number of persons or animals: After the lecture the physicians congregated in the library to compare notes. Accumulate applies to the increase of like or related things over an extended period: They gradually accumulated enough capital to be financially secure after retirement. Old newspapers and magazines are accumulating in the basement. Amass refers to the collection or accumulation of things, especially valuable things, to form an imposing quantity: families who amassed great fortunes in the days before income tax. [Middle English collecten, from Latin colligere, collêct- : com-, com- + legere, to gather.]

college of ethics, law, and Supremacy

Paradise training school for Technical Advisers (25:4.7)

College of High Ethics

highest course in universe administration (35:3.15)

college of life planning

on Life Carrier world #1 (36:2.3)

college of self-evaluation

Melchizedek training school on Jerusem (45:7.3)

College of Wisdom

on Salvington (20:8.3)

collisions

none of space bodies in established circuits (15:5.12) (15:8.6)

of dead giants produce rarest form of energy (15:8.6)

of space bodies rare (57:6.4)

colonization

first-born sons exiled instead of sacrificed (89:7.3)

color workers

celestial artisans (44:2.4)

Colorado. See also Pikes Peak; Long's Peak

geology (60:2.5) (61:2.4)

colored races. See races

coma

ancients believed soul left body during (86:5.4)

Jairus' daughter in (152:1.2)

people often entombed when merely in (167:4.3)

widow's son at Nain was in (146:6.2–3)

combat. See fighting

combined controllers

highly mechanical Morontia Power Supervisors (48:2.12)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.18)

comets. See also meteors; space bodies

became fetishes (88:1.1)

being brought under control by mother sun (15:6.8)

tail pointing away proves reality of light (15:6.8)

with meteors, comprise enormous amounts of matter (15:6.7)

Comforter. See Spirit of Truth

commandments (110:3.6–10). See also golden rule

2 great (131:2.13) (131:10.2) (142:3.22) (163:4.8) (174:4sec)

5 of Gautama (94:8.5–10)

7 of Dalamatia and Eden were taboos (66:7.8–16) (89:1.4)

7 of Eden (74:7.5–6)

7 of Melchizedek (93:4.6–13)

10 of Moses (96:4.4) (163:2.4)

absolute sovereignty of free will regarding choice of eternal life (5:6.8,12)

achieve perfection (1:0.3–6) (7:4.7) (7:5.1) (26:4.5) (26:9.3) (26:11.4) (31:3.6) (40:7.4) (94:3.1) (99:5.3) (107:0.3) (131:2.13) (137:8.13) (140:5.3,15) (140:8.32) (140:10.1)

celestial beings enjoined to show respect for superiors; consideration for subordinates; never to land on Divinington (107:3.3)

earliest, against appropriation of women and property (89:1.3)

"Father's prayer" taught in Dalamatia (66:5.14–15)

love God and learn to do his will (149:6.7)

love God with all heart, soul, and might (131:2.2)

love one another as Jesus loves us (131:10.5) (140:3.15) (140:5sec) (147:4.9) (155:3.4)

Pharisees taught 613 rules (163:4.8)

Sanhedrists deserted, in favor of oral traditions (153:3.3–7)

the new commandment (180:1sec) (181:2.4)

commendation. See praise; recognition

commerce. See also industry

active in Mediterranean in 2500 B.C. (80:9.9)

appeared ca. 8000 B.C. with appearance of traders (79:1.3–4)

barter followed seizure by raids (69:4.1)

beginnings (69:4sec)

first trading was woman exchange (69:5.10)

international, contributes to brotherhood (52:6.3)

Jesus' advice to rich man on wealth derived from (132:5.2,7)

Jesus never meddled with others' temporal business (165:4.1,4)

led to exploration and discovery (69:4.8)

maritime relationships of India with Sumeria (79:3.6)

most potent influence in spread of civilization (69:4.8) (81:3sec)

peace best promoted by international (70:3.4)

trade, manufacturing, commercial credit encouraged by Prince's staff (66:5.11–12)

women were first traders (69:3.11)

commercial credit. See banking

commissioned commission noun 1. a. The act of granting certain powers or the authority to carry out a particular task or duty. b. The authority so granted. c. The matter or task so authorized: Investigation of fraud was their commission. d. A document conferring such authorization. 2. a. Abbr. Com., com., comm.. A group of people officially authorized to perform certain duties or functions: The Federal Trade Commission investigates false advertising. b. Often Commission. A ruling council within the Mafia that adjudicates family disputes and regulates family activities. 3. The act of committing or perpetrating: the commission of a crime. 4. A fee or percentage allowed to a sales representative or an agent for services rendered. 5. a. Abbr. Com., com., comm. An official document issued by a government, conferring on the recipient the rank of a commissioned officer in the armed forces. b. The rank and powers so conferred. [Middle English commissioun, from Latin commissio, commission-, from commissus, past participle of committere, to entrust.] Synonyms: authorize, accredit, commission, empower, license. The central meaning shared by these verbs is "to give someone the authority to act": authorized her partner to negotiate in her behalf; a representative who was accredited by his government; commissioned the real-estate agent to purchase the house for us; was empowered to make decisions during the president's absence; a pharmacist licensed to practice in two states.

commitment. See consecration of choice

common people. See populace

common sense

all Jesus' plans characterized by (100:7.3)

communication. See also language; writing

Adjusters facilitate higher forms of (109:4.1–3)

basis of civilization; makes knowledge and wisdom cumulative (81:6.23,25) (160:2.3)

high speed Paradise method (27:6.4)

Local Universe Centers provide lanes for interplanetary (29:2.9)

mutual, promoted by mind-energy manipulators of celestial artisans (44:5.3)

personal messengers sometimes required (39:2.17)

studied in Melchizedek University (35:3.13)

communion

mass. See Remembrance Supper

spiritual. See spiritual communion

communism. See also government; materialism; secularism; socialism

co-operation better than primitive methods of (81:6.33)

destroyed by progressive, successful individuals (69:9.6)

discarded formula; do not experiment with (69:9.18)

primitive, prevented pauperism and want (69:9.1)

put premium on inactivity and idleness (69:9.2)

ran counter to strong human proclivities (69:9.2–6)

social systems which deny God unhelpful (195:10.7)

suicidal to shift parental child-rearing responsibility to state (84:7.27)

suicidal weakness that improvident lived off thrifty (69:9.5–6)

companionship. See friendship; relationships

compass. See also direction

4 points inherent (34:4.10)

responsive to solar influence (58:2.9)

compensations

Adjusters equalize tension created by man's removal from God (107:0.5)

enhanced careers of mortal ascenders in Lucifer rebellion (54:6.5)

for tribulation (65:5.4)

gains of higher loyalty offset earlier tribulation by Lanonandeks (35:9.8)

grand universers will compensate outer-spacers for deprivation of growth of Supremacy (31:10.7) (117:2.6)

inevitable penalty attaching to mortal existence on advanced planets (55:3.11)

more difficult problems allow larger opportunity to acquire experience in solution (116:6.7)

Nebadon's troubles have made it an educational clinic (35:3.15)

personalities starting farthest from God experience greatest spiritual ascent (116:4.11)

relationships between Havona natives and ascenders (19:6.2)

Son- and Spirit-fusion in ascendant plan (40:10.3–4)

Spirit-fused mortals attain unsurpassed wisdom regarding local universe (37:5.11)

superuniverses in relation to Havona (32:3.4)

Supreme will compensate for inability to achieve unlimited experience (117:5.14)

universe unfailingly applies equalizing techniques (55:2.12)

competition. See also capital

angels make effective use of spirit of (28:5.18)

based on narrow self-interest ultimately destroys what it seeks to maintain (71:6.1)

co-operation more efficient in advanced civilizations (71:5.3)

essential to progress; unregulated, breeds violence (71:5.1)

ever pulls man down (69:2.2)

restrictions upon, must not abrogate individual liberties (71:5.4)

time and circumstance select the fitter for survival (68:4.7)

compiled compile verb, transitive compiled, compiling, compiles 1. To gather into a single book. 2. To put together or compose from materials gathered from several sources: compile an encyclopedia. 3. Computer Science. To translate (a program) into machine language. [Middle English compilen, from Old French compiler, probably from Latin compìlâre, to plunder : com-, com- + pìla, heap (of stones), pillar.]

complaining

accept challenges without (48:6.24)

after Michael's incarnation, Material Sons no longer complain (119:4.4)

elders complained about Jesus to Joseph and Mary (124:1.4)

Judas complained about Nathaniel (139:6.5)

laborers in vineyard complained they weren't paid more (163:3.6)

man should not complain of experiences which are part of life (148:5.3)

over petty harassments and fictitious grievances (188:5.10)

prayer turns, into patience (91:6.2)

to suffer evil with, is insufficient (159:5.11)

complement of being

angel of opposite type (38:4.3)

sanobim is to cherubim (38:7.2)

seraphic recorder of guardian angel pair (113:2.9)

complemental relationships

Creator Sons and local universe Mother Spirits (17:6.4)

spirit polarity (26:1.9)

complements of rest

secondary supernaphim on Havona's inner circle (26:11sec)

completion seraphim. See Corps of Seraphic Completion

composed compose verb composed, composing, composes Abbr. comp. verb, transitive 1. To make up the constituent parts of; constitute or form: an exhibit composed of French paintings; the many ethnic groups that compose our nation. 2. To make or create by putting together parts or elements. 3. To create or produce (a literary or musical piece). 4. To make (oneself) calm or tranquil: Compose yourself and deal with the problems logically. 5. To settle or adjust; reconcile: They managed to compose their differences. 6. To arrange aesthetically or artistically. 7. Printing. To arrange or set (type or matter to be printed). verb, intransitive 1. To create a literary or a musical piece. 2. Printing. To set type. [Middle English composen, from Old French composer, alteration (influenced by poser, to put, place COMPONENT: adjective Being or functioning as a constituent or an ingredient. [From Latin componêns, component-, present participle of componere, to put together : com-, com- + ponere, to put.]

compossibility

and omnipotence (118:5sec)

compound manipulators

celestial artisans (44:5.5)

seek to discover presence of Supreme (44:5.5)

compromise

becoming adept in human temporal, while yielding spiritual allegiance to one master (109:5.4)

in socialization of religion (144:6.11)

Jesus

conformed to parents' wishes even when he disagreed (123:3.6) (123:4.3) (124:1.4–5,13) (124:4.9) (125:6.11–12)

decided against employing, to further ministry (136:8.4)

met followers half way (157:5.2) (157:6.6) (158:2.4)

met Jews on their terms (167:4.5)

never shirked responsibility of making daily adjustments (124:4.9) (124:6.18) (125:6.12) (127:6.12)

refused, with evil (134:8.8) (136:8.8)

of spiritual ideals harmful to soul (133:7.12)

taking first step along path of (184:2.12)

compulsion

believer always acts but never coerces (94:6.6)

chief factor in early civilization was force exerted by wise social masters (81:6.14)

domination of Spirit never compromised by (34:6.11)

Jesus approved use of, to protect majority (173:1.11)

moral worth cannot be derived from repression (140:4.7)

never promote righteous cause by force (16:7.8) (152:6.3) (159:3.2) (178:1.2–3,6,12)

pleasure-seeking weaklings subjugated by strong truth-loving elements (50:5.6)

state has right to employ (71:4.2) (72:6.4,6) (133:1.5) (133:4.12) (140:8.4) (178:1.2)

conceit. See pride

concentration

heathen concentrate their energies (155:1.3)

Jesus mobilized all powers of mind, soul, and body on one task in hand (127:3.15)

concentric circles, three

banner of Michael (53:5.4)

emblematic of infinity, eternity, and universality of Trinity (93:3.3)

material emblem of Trinity government (53:5.4) (93:2.5)

Melchizedek wore on his chest (93:2.5) (104:1.3)

triads grew up based on Melchizedek's insignia of (95:1.4)

concept recorders

celestial artisans (44:4.5)

concepts. See also doctrines; ideas; theories

beyond the Supreme are more creature's projection (115:3.4)

means of logical thought within frame of postulates; all erroneous to greater or lesser degree (115:1.1–2)

static, retard science, politics, and religion (130:4.15)

truth wedded to fact (118:3.3)

Urantia Papers give preference to highest human (F:XII.10)

without divergencies, mind finds no basis to formulate (115:3.2)

conciliating commissions (25:2–3secs). See also Universal Conciliators

available no matter how apparently trivial the misunderstanding (25:3.8)

decisions

are final and unanimous; no appeal (25:2.12) (25:3.4)

executions carried out with consent of Most High (50:2.6)

put into effect by divine executioner (25:3.5)

will not formulate decision until all evidence heard (25:3.4)

do not pass upon matters of eternal import (25:2.12)

evolve from arbiters of differences to explainers of mysteries (25:3.12)

fourth creatures of, discern reality of spirit and matter (44:0.10)

function upon petition of opposing parties (25:3.3)

justice guides appear before (39:4.5)

keep universe running smoothly (25:2.11)

maintain headquarters on each mansion world (47:0.4)

members are never separated (25:3.17)

number 100 million in Nebadon (37:8.6)

number 126 trillion in Orvonton (25:3.17)

on systems, deal with contentions between orders of creatures (25:3.6)

operate on Urantia (114:5.1–2)

quartets of Universal Conciliators (25:2.5–9)

travel at seraphic velocity (23:3.2) (25:2.11)

traveling courts (37:8.6)

conciliation (ceremony)

place in evolution of religious observances (90:0.1)

replaced sacrificial rites of avoidance, placation, and exorcism (89:4.4)

Conciliators, Universal. See Universal Conciliators

conclaves

on Paradise satellites of Spirit (17:1.9)

on worlds of Havona (18:2.2)

Paradise Sons forgather every millennium for (7:6.1)

concubinage. See also adultery

concubines were frequently wife's handmaidens (83:5.8)

steppingstone to monogamy (83:5.8)

condemnation. See blame

conduct. See action Conduct Proper conduct is essential to progress by way of knowledge, through philosophy, to the spiritual heights of spontaneous worship. All Paradise conduct is wholly spontaneous, in every sense natural and free. But there still is a proper and perfect way of doing things on the eternal Isle, and the directors of conduct are ever by the side of the “strangers within the gates” to instruct them and so guide their steps as to put them at perfect ease and at the same time to enable the pilgrims to avoid that confusion and uncertainty which would otherwise be inevitable. Only by such arrangement could endless confusion be avoided; and confusion never appears on Paradise. (301.3) 27:4.2

conductors of worship

improve ascenders' technique of worship (27:7.4)

primary supernaphim (27:7sec)

confession. See also amends; forgiveness; repentance; sin
Confession The confession of sin is a manful repudiation of disloyalty, but it in no wise mitigates the time-space consequences of such disloyalty. But confession—sincere recognition of the nature of sin—is essential to religious growth and spiritual progress. (984.8) 89:10.5

essential to spiritual progress; does not mitigate consequences of disloyalty (89:10.5)

finding oneself in wrong, do not hesitate to make (131:9.3)

for primitives was rite of remission, public notice of defilement (89:2.5)

has led nations to mighty efforts of reform (91:5.2)

if any say, 'I have sinned and it profited me not,' God will deliver (96:7.7)

leave no fault unconfessed (131:3.3)

realization of need for (167:5.2)

repudiation of disloyalty (89:10.5)

sins forgiven after (131:5.5) (156:2.7)

words of Job (130:8.2)

confidence. See self-confidence

confiding. See sharing

conflict. See also anxiety; challenges; confusion; contention; difficulties; fighting
Conflict All conflict is evil in that it inhibits the creative function of the inner life—it is a species of civil war in the personality. (1220.10) 111:4.11

caused by disharmony between moral and intellectual self-consciousness (133:6.6)

escape from present duty causes (130:1.2)

forewarn all believers regarding fringe of (159:3.7)

inherent in evolutionary growth (105:6.4)

inhibits creative function of inner life; causes civil war in personality (111:4.11)

new religious insights arise out of (100:4.1)

occurs when men forsake life of natural craving (160:1.6)

persists only in refusal to espouse higher values (100:4.1)

prayer prevents (100:6.4) (196:0.10)

unresolved, terminates in mind disruption (133:7.12)

Confucianism (92:6.2). See also Confucius

cf: Platonism (94:6.10)

Ganid's abstract of (131:9sec)

precepts inimical to Chinese spirit of investigation (94:6.11)

religion of ethics (5:4.7)

Confucius (94:6.9–11). See also Confucianism

compiled wise sayings of ancient philosophers (94:6.9)

deified by followers (94:6.12)

God concept subordinated to Way of Heaven (94:6.10)

made new fetish out of order and respect for ancestral conduct (94:6.9)

not a religious teacher (92:5.9)

put morality in place of magic (94:6.9)

writings are basis of Chinese moral fabric (94:6.11)

confusion. See also anxiety; conflict; misadaptation

alone, can never prevent survival (110:3.5)

does not necessarily signify resistance to Adjuster (110:3.5)

goes before growth as well as destruction (99:6.1)

Jesus permitted, to pass most intense point (151:2.5)

John the Baptist overcame (135:7.1)

many isms have arisen from garbled Adjuster communications (110:4.5)

much arises from Lucifer rebellion and quarantine (4:3.3)

much that appears disjointed is orderly and constructive (4:1.5,7)

religious perplexities are inevitable (100:4.2)

conglomerates

Cambrian sedimentary deposits (59:1.9)

coal layers alternate with (59:5.15)

sedimentary accumulations of ancient shores (58:7.9)

Triassic erosion deposits (60:1.1)

conifers

in Jurassic (60:2.7)

conjectures. See mysteries; speculations

Conjoint Actor. See Infinite Spirit
Conjoint Actor Ever remember that the Infinite Spirit is the Conjoint Actor; both the Father and the Son are functioning in and through him; he is present not only as himself but also as the Father and as the Son and as the Father-Son. In recognition of this and for many additional reasons the spirit presence of the Infinite Spirit is often referred to as “the spirit of God.” (96.1) 8:5.5 The Conjoint Actor is the spirit-mind personality, the source of intelligence, reason, and the universal mind. (8.5) 0:5.5

Conjoint Creator. See Infinite Spirit

conjurers

practitioners of black arts called (90:2.2)

Connecticut

geology (60:1.7)

conquest. See victory

conscience. See also morality
Conscience Conscience, untaught by experience and unaided by reason, never has been, and never can be a safe and unerring guide to human conduct. Conscience is not a divine voice speaking to the human soul. It is merely the sum total of the moral and ethical content of the mores of any current stage of existence; It simply represents the humanly conceived ideal of reaction in any given set of circumstances. (1005.2) 92:2.6

admonishes us to do right (110:5.1)

criticism by one's own value-habits, ideals (92:2.6) (100:1.5)

hazardous to differentiate Adjusters' concept registry from (110:5.5)

human psychic reaction; hardly voice of God (92:2.6) (110:5.1,5)

maintain void of offense (156:2.7)

misguided, responsible for much unhappiness (103:2.10)

responds to emotional appeal (154:6.8)

Salem teachers in Egypt proclaimed, as mandate of God (95:3.5)

self-criticism essential to religious growth (100:1.5)

consciousness (16:9sec). See also mind

cannot be explained by electronic association (112:2.6)

embraces awareness of personality actuality; ability to recognize other personalities; freewill (16:8.6) (16:9.4)

inherent quests for knowledge, morality, spirit, and personality values (16:9.9)

inherent scientific, moral, and spiritual intuition (16:6.9) (16:9.1)

mind endows, in absence of personality (9:6.3)

most primitive, is accumulation of protoplasmic memory material (101:6.4)

not inherent in matter (9:4.2)

proceeds from fact to meaning to value (118:5.3)

resides in adjutant mind-spirits (102:2.5) (117:5.7)

rests gently upon electrochemical mechanism below and spirit-morontia system above (111:1.5)

self-consciousness

dependent on innate other-awareness (16:9.7)

is not the soul (133:6.5)

Supreme is living way to transcendence of (117:3.3)

trust Adjusters for all matters beyond dead level of (110:4.4)

conscription. See also military

no relationship to world peace (134:5.6)

none in peacetime in continental nation (72:11.3)

consecration ceremonies. See apostles of Jesus: ordination; evangelists, the seventy: ordination

consecration of choice (111:5sec). See also decisions; faith; goals; spiritual rebirth; submission

ascending mortal who has made, is already a finaliter to God (118:1.10)

choice to be like God is superfinite (118:6.7)

defined

affirmation of desire to do Father's will (111:5.6)

degree of devotion to divine values (92:7.6)

highest, is to do will of God (39:4.14)

identification of self with universe, dedication to service of universe family (5:4.3)

not passive or slavish surrender to Adjuster (111:1.8)

not surrender but glorification of will (111:5.5–6)

passport to divine attainment (109:6.5)

realization of eternity-reality of purpose (118:1.2)

subordination of physical-life machine to spiritual urges of Adjuster (118:8.2)

examples

Andon and Fonta's decision to live with and for each other (62:5.8–9)

John Mark commanded full attention of God by his supreme desire (177:1.3) (177:3.2)

widow's mites (172:4.2)

greatest gift to God (1:1.2) (196:0.10)

Jesus' faith destroyed every conflicting desire (196:0.5)

mind arena of choice (111:1sec)

mortal's 1st jubilee (27:7.8)

parables regarding

pearl of great price (140:8.28) (151:4.5)

treasure in field (151:4.4)

result

assures divine stability produced by augmented universe insight (118:8.3)

brought Adjuster prior to Spirit of Truth (108:2.8)

determines presence of God (5:2.1) (13:4.4–5)

divine union attained by wholehearted and intelligent conformity to God's will (1:7.2)

Father is destiny of all who wholeheartedly choose to do his will (5:6.1)

halfhearted devotion will be unavailing (1:6.5)

immediately reacted to by the Supreme (117:6.4)

joins spiritual faith to material decisions; supplies spiritual fulcrum (110:6.17)

leads to assignment of guardian of destiny (113:1.5) (113:2.1)

produces consciousness of God; ensures survival (5:1.6)

when man gives God all he has, God makes him more than he is (117:4.14)

shall creativity of inner life be haphazard or directed and constructive? (111:4.9)

we are so devoid of courageous decisions, consecrated co-operation (110:4.5)

with Father effected through Jesus (180:2.4)

work at what one finds to do with all one's might (133:8.3)

consequences

to our actions belong to God (48:7.13) (95:4.3) (117:5.5–6)

consideration. See also tenderness; tolerance

for subordinates a divine injunction (107:3.3)

consolation. See sympathy

Constantine

emperor; won to Christianity (195:0.10)

Constellation Centers

10 assigned to each constellation (41:1.4)

energize certain living creatures (29:2.10)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.16)

Supreme Power Centers, energy projectors to local systems (29:2.10)

Constellation Father of Norlatiadek. See Most Highs of Norlatiadek

Constellation Fathers. See Vorondadek Sons

constellations (Paper 43). See also Norlatiadek
Constellation One hundred systems (about 100,000 inhabitable planets) make up a constellation. Each constellation has an architectural headquarters sphere and is presided over by three Vorondadek Sons, the Most High. Each constellation also has a Faithful of Days in observation, an ambassador of the Paradise Trinity. (166.3) 15:2.4

10 Constellation Centers stationed on headquarters of each (29:2.10) (41:1.4)

ascenders' life on, reviewed in Melchizedek University (35:3.10–11)

autonomous primary units of local universe (43:0.1) (43:2.1)

concerned with social and governmental conditions (33:6.3)

consist of 100 local systems presided over by 3 Vorondadek Sons (15:2.4) (32:0.1)

contain 100,000 inhabitable worlds (15:2.5,11)

council of seventy selected from evolutionary beings (50:2.2)

each has a Faithful of Days as Trinity observer (15:2.4)

in light and life (55:9sec)

judicial review by Melchizedeks and ascendant mortals (43:2.3–4)

local universe legislatures on (33:8.1) (39:3.3) (43:2.2–8)

advisory house consists of 10 divine Sons (43:2.7)

function ceases in light and life (55:9.2)

lower house consists of 1000 mortals (43:2.5)

mid-chamber consists of 100 seraphim (43:2.6)

systems select 10 representatives for (45:3.10) (45:7.4)

ours is Norlatiadek (15:14.6)

supervisor seraphim, univitatia, spironga, and spornagia assigned to (43:0.4)

work of conciliating commissions on (25:3.8)

consuls (universe)

appointed by legislatures; represent constellations (33:6.4)

Consummator of Universe Destiny (30:1.21)

destiny is consummated by (106:7.3)

member of 2nd experiential Trinity (106:5.1)

unrevealed member of Trinity Absolute (F:XII.7)

contact personalities. See also reservists; Urantia Papers: contact personality for

midway creatures serve as efficient contacts to (77:7.5) (77:8.8)

reservists conscious of preparation for possible function; number less than 20 (114:7.5)

contempt

Adam and Eve absolved from charges of standing in (75:7.2)

bred by familiarity (82:5.6)

only 3 System Sovereigns ever found in (53:0.2)

Van indicted Daligastia, Caligastia, and Lucifer as standing in (67:2.2)

contention. See also arguments; conflict

be expert in ironing out minor disagreements (178:1.7)

division results when not all in family believe gospel (165:6.3)

Jesus avoided controversies with apostles (138:6.4)

Jesus did not argue about God (196:1.5)

let controversy come only when forced upon you (178:1.16)

Thomas unconsciously assumed attitude of disagreement (191:5.1)

contentment. See happiness

continence cult. See also chastity; sex: urge; virgins

ritual among soldiers prior to battle (89:3.6)

tolerated marriage as lesser evil than fornication (89:3.6)

warred against marriage and the home (89:3.6)

continental drift. See continents: drift

continental nation. See also neighboring planet

ambassadorial relations with inferior peoples (72:12.2)

average life span 90 years (72:1.1)

blue, yellow, and violet races (72:1.1)

court systems (72:2.9–14) (72:5.4)

dealing with crime (72:10sec)

death penalty common on (72:10.1)

educational system (72:4,8secs)

home life (72:3sec)

industrial organization (72:5sec)

legislature of 3 houses (72:2.4–7) (72:7.9,14)

military preparedness (72:11sec)

no city over one million (72:2.2)

numbers 140 million (72:1.1)

old-age insurance (72:6sec)

political organization (72:2sec)

self-sustaining (72:1.3)

taxation (72:7sec)

transition to representative government (72:1.4–5)

unique topography; size of Australia (72:1.2)

universal hostility of neighbors (72:1.3)

universal suffrage (72:9sec)

continents

drift (58:4.3–4) (58:5sec) (59:1.7) (59:4.1)

began 750 million years ago (57:8.23–25)

coming to standstill in Cretaceous (60:3.11–14)

end of (60:4.2)

met first great obstruction 100 million years ago (60:3.2,11,13)

tend to creep into oceans (58:5.7)

first continent (57:8sec)

kept above water by weight of sea bottoms (58:5.6–8)

million-year cycle of rise and fall of (60:4.1)

control and overcontrol (118:8sec)

controversies. See arguments; contention

conversion. See spiritual rebirth: conversion experience

convictions. See belief; faith

cooking

Jesus cooked fish (192:1.8)

Onagar's missionaries first taught (63:6.7)

Prince's staff taught, to avoid sickness (66:5.18)

reduced energy necessary for digestion (69:6.7)

coons

appearance in Oligocene (61:2.7)

cooperation. See co-operation

coordinated coordinate noun 1. One that is equal in importance, rank, or degree. 2. coordinates. A set of articles, as of clothing or luggage, designed to match or complement one other, as in style or color. 3. Mathematics. Any of a set of two or more numbers used to determine the position of a point, line, curve, or plane in a space of a given dimension with respect to a system of lines or other fixed reference. adjective 1. Of equal importance, rank, or degree: coordinate offices of a business. 2. Of or involving coordination. 3. Of or based on a system of coordinates. verb coordinated, coordinating, coordinates verb, transitive 1. To place in the same order, class, or rank. 2. To harmonize in a common action or effort: coordinating the moving parts of a machine; coordinate the colors of a design. verb, intransitive 1. To be coordinate: The generators coordinate so that one is always running. 2. To work together harmoniously: a nursing staff that coordinates smoothly. 3. To form a pleasing combination; match: shoes that coordinate with the rest of the outfit. [CO- + ORDINATE.] coordination noun 1. a. The act of coordinating. b. The state of being coordinate; harmonious adjustment or interaction. 2. Physiology. Harmonious functioning of muscles or groups of muscles in the execution of movements. [French, from Medieval Latin coordinâtio, coordinâtion- : co-, co- + Latin ordinâtio, arrangement (from ordinâtus, past participle of ordinâre, to arrange in order, from ordo, order).]

copper

brought up in lava (58:7.6)

cuttlefish oxygenate blood with (65:6.4)

much results from water deposition (58:7.10)

not used extensively until mixed with tin to make bronze (81:3.4–5)

coral

fossils (58:7.2)

in Cretaceous (60:4.5)

in Devonian (59:4.6)

in Jurassic (60:2.8)

in Ordovician (59:2.11)

scarce in Carboniferous (59:5.8)

Silurian was age of (59:3sec)

cords, knotted

early writing (69:4.7)

Corinth (130:0.3)

2nd most important city in Greece, 3rd in empire (133:3.4) (133:4.13)

capital of Roman province of Achaia (133:2.5)

Jesus' personal work in (133:3.4secs)

land track between harbors (133:4.14)

Peter visited (139:2.11)

Cornelius

Roman centurion; converted by Peter (130:2.5)

cornerstone

stone builders rejected made into (173:4.4)

corporeal staffs of Planetary Princes. See also Prince's corporeal staff

Adjusters detached during service (50:3.2,6)

connecting link with world races (50:3.1)

exempt from ordinary diseases but subject to certain accidents (50:3.3)

human habitations provided with abundance of land (50:4.3)

Life Carriers provide with new physical bodies (50:3.3)

mate among themselves but seldom with world races (50:3.4–5)

primitives look upon, with awe and reverence (52:1.8)

procreate primary midwayers (50:3.5)

progeny are administrators in light and life (55:3.13)

unfused citizens of system capitals (50:3.2)

usually removed from planet upon arrival of Adam and Eve (50:3.4–5)

corporeality error

in materialism and pantheism (1:5.12)

Corps of Conjoint Trinitized Finaliters. See also Trinitized Sons of God

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

Corps of Havona Finaliters. See also Havona natives

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

Corps of Light and Life

finaliters' temporary service in (31:3.2)

Corps of Mortal Finaliters (Paper 31). See also finaliters

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

acknowledge jurisdiction of universes settled in light and life (117:7.7)

admission

after completion of Havona and attainment of Paradise residency (14:5.4)

after full attainment of worship (27:0.1) (27:7.8–9)

finaliters become 6th state spirits upon (31:3.4)

mortal's 7th jubilee (27:7.8)

allegiance only to Trinity (31:0.6)

alternating periods of duty and free service (31:0.5)

as yet no settled employment for (30:4.25–26)

ascendant associates stay together in (31:0.3)

companies of 1000 (31:1.3)

destiny in outer space (12:2.6) (30:4.26) (31:0.2) (31:3.2–8) (31:7.4–5) (31:10.6–12) (48:8.4) (112:7.16–18)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

Jesus' soul identity may lead Nebadon Corps (188:3.8)

Lucifer attacked (53:3.2,6)

members (31:7.1–5)

all surviving secondary midwayers join (40:3.1)

ascendant mortals and seraphim number 990 per company (31:3.1)

ascendant seraphim (31:0.1) (31:4.1) (113:7.5,8)

except seraphim, only Father-fused creatures mustered into (30:4.24–26) (31:1.2) (55:4.28)

Gravity Messengers (31:0.1) (31:2.1)

Havona natives (31:0.1) (31:1.1)

Material Sons (31:0.1) (31:5sec)

midwayers (31:0.1) (31:6.1)

new entrants after age of Supreme? (55:6.10)

Trinity Teacher Sons intimately connected with (20:9.4–5)

vacant place in company occupied by chief of attached Evangels of Light (31:7.1)

present known destiny of surviving mortals (112:7.15)

probationary nursery children not mustered into (47:2.8)

self-governing (31:0.6)

service on Urantia (31:0.4–5)

the primary finaliter corps (31:0.1) (31:2.1)

Corps of Paradise Finaliters. See also Paradise Citizens

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

Supreme Council designated trinitized sons to work with Supreme Executives (17:1.7)

Corps of Perfection

local universe corps; destiny of Spirit-fused ascenders (37:5.3–4)

corps of permanent citizens (30:2.19)

abandonters (37:9.8) (43:7.4)

Adjuster-fused mortal citizens of Paradise (47:2.8)

Havona natives (19:6sec)

Material Sons (Paper 51) (37:9.5–6) (45:5sec)

midwayers (Paper 77) (37:9.7) (48:2sec)

natives of Paradise spheres of Father (13:1.2secs)

natives of Paradise spheres of Spirit (13:4sec)

Paradise Citizens (19:7sec)

Son-fused mortals (40:9sec)

Spirit-fused mortals (40:9sec)

susatia (37:9.3)

univitatia (37:9.4) (43:7sec)

Corps of Seraphic Completion (39:1.5) (39:8.10) (39:9sec). See also seraphim

members have achieved Paradise and embrace of Eternal Son (39:1.5)

Seraphington graduates enter (39:1.12) (113:7.5)

Corps of the Finality. See Paradise Corps of the Finality

Corps of Transcendental Finaliters. See also Transcendentalers

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

Corps of Trinitized Finaliters. See also creature-trinitized sons

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

destiny of creature-trinitized beings and certain Paradise Citizens (22:8.6) (26:11.2)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

Corps of Unrevealed Sons of Destiny

1 of 7 finaliter corps (31:10.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.22)

correctional rest. See also discipline

errant Melchizedeks receive, purging disharmony (35:2.8)

cosmic citizenship

believers experience (184:4.6)

recognition of progressive obligation to Supreme Being (110:3.10)

responsibility and morality of (39:4.9)

cosmic clouds one of chief factors in climatic fluctuation (57:8.22) (61:7.8) (74:8.2) Also see climate

cosmic consciousness. See God: consciousness of God
Cosmic Consciousness Cosmic consciousness implies the recognition of a First Cause, the one and only uncaused reality. (3.15) 0:2.2

cosmic force. See absoluta

cosmic mind (116:1.3). See also mind

    reality response of (16:6.4)

    recognizes response on 3 levels of universe reality

    experience of living never fails to develop these 3 cosmic intuitions

    purpose of personality is to unify these innate endowments of the human mind

defined as

distributed by Seven Master Spirits (F:III.7) (3:1.8) (9:4.4) (9:7.3) (16:4.2) (16:6sec) (42:10.6) (56:2.3) (116:4.3)

infinite mind ministering in universes of time (16:6.1) (56:2.3)

intellectual potential of grand universe (16:6.1)

pure mind (9:6.6)

spirit presence of Infinite Spirit (194:2.12)

explains kindred minds and spirits (16:6.3) (194:2.12)

function

attaches validity to experience (16:9.1)

circuits contain space reports (9:7.3)

co-ordinates matter and spirit (12:8.13) (116:5.3)

constantly injects spontaneity (195:6.15)

endows innate scientific, moral, and spiritual insight (16:6.5–9) (16:7.5) (16:8.8) (16:9.1) (101:3.2)

evolves human body with adjutant mind-spirits (42:12.4)

responds to spirit (9:4.5)

Havona was mind laboratory for (14:6.17–18)

human mind is individualized circuit of (9:5.4) (111:1.2) (180:5.3)

Infinite Spirit is ancestor of (9:5.4) (9:7.3) (12:6.3)

morontia mind evolves by direct contact with; increasingly associates with (42:10.5) (110:6.21) (112:6.6)

operates under dominance of mind gravity of Infinite Spirit (9:7.3)

original appearance (116:5.3)

repersonalized survivor seizes encircuited morontia phase of (112:5.20) (112:6.4)

stabilized by Master Spirits (13:4.3)

sublime traits of divinity co-ordinated in (8:2.8)

time-space mind; co-ordinated in Supreme Being (9:4.4) (16:6.1) (42:10.6) (116:1.4)

validity attaches to unification of cosmic mind responses (16:9.1–2)

cosmic reserve corps. See reserve corps of destiny

cosmology

civilization in danger when youth neglect to interest themselves in (111:4.4)

leads to pursuit of God-consciousness (56:10.8)

of Urantia Papers

given because of our ignorance of origins (101:4.1)

not inspired; destined to be quickly outgrown; limited by revelators' authorization (101:4.1–5)

cosmos. See universe

cosmos absolute. See cosmos-infinite

cosmos-infinite

4th triunity contains energy potential for (104:4.14)

illimitable cosmos on beyond the master universe (106:6.3)

is limitless, boundless, never-beginning, never-ending existence (115:3.1)

council of elders

first governmental body (70:5.2–3)

powers gradually concentrated in absolute monarch (70:12.2)

Council of Equilibrium

dispatched Master Force Organizer to Andronover (57:1.4)

interprets registrations of master frandalanks (29:4.2)

council of perfection

Universal Conciliators translate to, on Paradise (25:3.16)

council of Planetary Princes

System Sovereign presides over (45:2.4)

council of seven

tribal government of red race (70:5.4)

council of seventy

constellation group analogous to 24 counselors (50:2.2)

counsel See adjutant mind-spirits: counsel; advice
Counsel The social urge, the endowment of species co-operation; the ability of will creatures to harmonize with their fellows; the origin of the gregarious instinct among the more lowly creatures. (402.7) 36:5.10

counseling the rich man (132:5sec)

counselors and advisers

liaison with Discerners of Spirits (28:5.19)

secondary supernaphim of 2nd Havona circle (26:10sec)

counterirritants

ancients treated disease with (90:4.8)

counterpart

allow Adjusters to show spiritual, to strenuous material efforts (111:7.3)

counting the cost (171:2sec)

courage. See also adjutant mind-spirits: courage; self-confidence
Courage The fidelity endowment—in personal beings, the basis of character acquirement and the intellectual root of moral stamina and spiritual bravery. When enlightened by facts and inspired by truth, this becomes the secret of the urge of evolutionary ascension by the channels of intelligent and conscientious self—direction. (402.5) 36:5.8 Courage—strength of character. (51.5) 3:5.6 Courage is valorous... (1223.1) 111:6.9 Courage is the confidence of thoroughgoing honesty about those things which one professes to believe. Sincere men are unafraid of the critical examination of their true convictions and noble ideals. (1641.4) 146:3.2

defined as

confidence of thoroughgoing honesty (146:3.2) (160:1.7–8)

facing facts of life (132:3.4) (133:4.11)

heart of Jesus' teachings (140:8.20)

strength of character (3:5.6)

early war put premium on (70:2.3)

exhibiting indomitable, in face of immensity (26:5.3)

faith generates profound, despite adversity or calamity (101:3.4)

few Urantians delight in courageous independent thinking (16:6.9)

friendship indispensable to maintenance of (160:2.8)

Jesus', born of faith, not recklessness of blind presumption (100:7.15)

laying down life alone requires profound (143:1.6–7)

sometimes leads to recklessness, presumption, self-pride (111:6.2) (149:4.4)

court advisers

supreme seraphim; serve as defenders of mortals (39:1.7–9)

court of gentiles

in Jerusalem temple (121:2.5)

money-changers and vendors of sacrificial animals in (125:1.1,4) (162:4.3)

court of Israel

in Jerusalem temple (162:4.3)

court of priests

in Jerusalem temple beneath rock ledge (125:1.4) (162:4.4)

court of women

in Jerusalem temple (125:0.4) (135:2.1) (150:1.3) (160:4.2–3)

courtesans. See prostitution

courtesy

among ancients, attempt to deceive envious spirits (87:5.7)

Jesus enjoined, toward all (163:4.14)

courtesy colonies (30:2.26–27) (30:3sec)

found from local systems to superuniverse headquarters (30:2.27) (37:10.4) (46:5.23–24)

groups working in

ascending pilgrims (30:3.13)

celestial artisans (Paper 44) (30:3.6)

extension-school instructors (30:3.8–9)

reversion directors (30:3.7) (48:4sec)

star students (30:3.2–5)

student visitors (30:3.11–12)

various reserve corps (30:3.10)

courts. See also judgment; justice; law; lawyers

accord justice with fairness according to needs (133:4.7)

celestial. See justice: divine justice

continental and planetary (71:8.13)

do not go to law among yourselves (140:3.14)

first, were regulated fistic encounters (70:11.9)

industrial, in continental nation (72:2.13) (72:5.3–4) (72:7.9)

Jews ordinarily provided every safeguard of fairness (184:3.4) (184:4.1) (184:5.3)

money and influence should not control (132:4.8)

status of civilization determined by equity of (70:11.10)

courtship. See romance

covenants (89:8sec). See also oaths; promises

gods conceived as entering into real agreements with man (89:8.4)

Great Urantian Agreement (93:6.4) "This covenant of Melchizedek with Abraham represents the great Urantian agreement between divinity and humanity whereby God agrees to do everything; man only agrees to believe God's promises and follow his instructions."

covetousness. See envy

cowardice

Abraham exhibited 3 times (93:9.3)

cowards

high philosophic thinking never achieved by moral cowards (101:7.2)

Judas was (177:4.9–11) (183:2.2)

withhold pity from (159:3.11)

discretion carried too far leads to (149:4.4)

revenge is mask for (145:3.4)

cows. See cattle

coyotes

Indian tribes believed they originated from (74:8.5)

Crab nebula

collapsed 900 years ago (41:8.4)

crabs

in Cambrian (59:1.14)

matured in Jurassic (60:2.9)

cradle

hand that rocks, fraternizes with destiny (84:6.4)

craftworkers of color

celestial artisans (44:6.3)

created create verb, transitive created, creating, creates 1. To cause to exist; bring into being. 2. To give rise to; produce: That remark created a stir. 3. To invest with an office or title; appoint. 4. To produce through artistic or imaginative effort: create a poem; create a role. [Middle English createn, from Latin creâre, creât-.]

creation. See also reality: genesis of reality

genesis of reality (105:1.5) (105:2.2–4) (105:4.1) (105:5.1–6) (105:7.8)

legends of (74:8sec)

of Eternal Son (6:0sec) (8:0.1)

of Havona (8:1.4–6)

of Infinite Spirit (8:0.2–4) (9:0.1)

of Urantia (Paper 57)

trinitization of Ancients of Days is first Paradise record of (18:3.4)

creationism

predicated upon belief in retrogression and vengeful Deity (74:8.13)

Creative Daughters. See local universe Mother Spirits

Creative Mother Spirits. See local universe Mother Spirits

Creative Spirits. See local universe Mother Spirits

creativity

can be spontaneous and haphazard or directed and constructive (111:4.9)

can be turned to destructivity (111:4.11)

diminished by matings between inferior strata (82:6.5)

divine, unfailingly characterized by unity (105:2.7)

inner, contributes to ennoblement of character (111:4.12)

reflective of antecedent creator-spirit activities (56:8.4)

Reflective Spirits were created upon Master Spirits' attainment of perfect synchrony with Trinity (17:2.2)

will aspiring to be Godlike (130:2.10)

Creator Sons (Paper 21) (7:6sec). See also Jesus; Master Michaels; Michael of Nebadon; Michael (the original); Paradise Sons of God

7 stages of sovereignty (21:3.4–11)

administer only that which they bring into existence (7:6.4)

almost unlimited healing powers (149:1.6)

also known as

Co-ordinate Creator Sons (14:6.24)

Michael Sons (14:6.27)

Paradise Michaels (14:6.24)

Paradise Sons (14:6.28)

among Supreme Creators (116:2.4–5)

Architects of Master Universe approve space sites for (31:9.14)

are

Creator and creature forever blended (20:1.8)

destined to function in outer universes (56:7.6–7)

devoted to plan of progressive mortal ascension (2:3.6)

divinely perfect portraitures of Eternal Son (7:5.11) (8:4.1)

each a personalization by Father and Eternal Son of new and absolute thought (7:6.3) (20:1.4) (21:0.1) (21:1.1–2)

each unique in nature and personality (21:0.1,10) (21:2.10)

endowed with spiritual gravity in own realms (7:1.5) (20:1.6)

final focalizations of God the Sevenfold (33:1.3)

God to mortals (3:0.1) (5:3.6) (21:2.2)

in direct and constant communication with Eternal Son (7:6.7) (34:3.5)

local universe personification of Father and Son (5:3.6)

one with Father (1:5.5–6)

order of Michael (21:0.3–5)

origin and nature (21:1sec)

Paradise Sons of God (20:1sec)

pattern for all local universe personality (1:5.6) (34:0.3)

personally conscious of acts and emotions of descending Sons in own domains (20:1.6)

revelation of otherwise invisible Father (3:0.2)

transformative creators (118:4.7)

way, truth, and life (7:5.1)

assume full responsibility for completion, control, and composure of their universes (21:0.1) (21:2sec) (119:0.3)

Bright and Morning Stars

are first-born of (28:1.3) (33:4.1) (34:2.5)

direct universes in absence of (21:2.11)

executive power delegated to (32:2.6) (33:0.1)

can and do suffer (3:6.6)

choose space sites for new universes (21:2.1) (32:0.4)

could assert full sovereignty at any time (21:3.2) (120:0.5)

creature bestowals (7:4.5)

Adjusters sent universally after mortal (52:5.6) (146:3.6)

are miracles, mysteries (119:3.6) (119:7.5) (120:4.5) (124:6.17)

bestowal worlds wholly subject to rulings of Creator sons (20:4.5)

bestowals to 7 creature types (21:4sec)

compensate for mortal inability to comprehend Eternal Son (6:8.6–7)

Creator Sons become Master Sons after (21:3.15) (21:4.4–6) (120:0.4) (186:5.5)

Creator Sons gain practical mercy, judgment, and patience by living experience in (119:0.6)

except for, mortals could hardly hope to attain Eternal Son (6:8.4)

inherent attribute of Paradise Sons (119:0.2) (189:0.2)

last step in training (119:0.4–5) (119:8.2)

mortal bestowal among racial group with most Adamic blood (21:4.3)

on mortal bestowals, Creator Sons are word made flesh (20:5.1)

once in each local universe, Creator Sons bestow themselves on some evolutionary world (52:5.2)

requirements (158:1.4)

secret of Sonarington (7:5.4)

value of. See Jesus: life of: value; Paradise Sons of God: bestowals: purpose of bestowals

domains very diverse (21:2.10)

draw all men to themselves (1:4.2)

each aspires to duplicate Havona in his own local universe (14:0.2) (14:6.24–28)

embody phases of infinity of Father and Eternal Son (21:6.1)

function

answer prayers (5:3.2,4–5)

as fathers (33:3.4,7) (33:5.1)

create and rule local universes (1:0.1) (1:2.6) (8:3.4) (15:2.5) (32:0.1)

create children with Mother Spirits (21:2.2,9)

create Material Sons (38:1.1)

initiate new creature designs (33:2.2) (33:3.8)

make love of Father real to creatures (3:0.1–2) (7:4.5) (7:7.1–4) (20:1.7)

materialize visible matter from pre-existent energy (32:2.1)

rehabilitate that which the misguided have jeopardized (7:4.5)

represent Father and Son (5:3.6) (6:8.3,7) (7:2.4) (7:3.1)

fusion spirit of, implemented in Reflective Spirits (40:10.2)

fusion with. See Son-fused mortals

given cosmic leasehold on local universes (21:3.1)

have power to lay down life and take it up again (193:0.5)

he who has seen, has seen Father (1:5.5–6) (6:2.2) (20:5.1) (20:6.5) (32:3.6) (107:0.4) (157:6.13) (180:3.9) (182:1.9)

impossibility of limiting time element of creator prerogatives (145:3.11)

in personality registers (30:1.7) (30:2.7)

intimate personal communion with mortal creatures (1:4.2)

limitations

after supreme sovereignty, may not create entirely new types of creatures (34:5.1)

may decree mortal survival but not extinction (15:12.2)

not handicapped by time, but conditioned by space (34:3.5)

not limited by Father's finality of wisdom (4:4.4)

oath to Trinity not to assume sovereignty until bestowals completed (21:3sec) (119:0.3)

to Creator prerogatives (6:5.4) (21:2.3–8)

unable to leave universe headquarters until gravity stabilizes (32:2.5) (116:5.6)

Local Universe Centers assist in universe organization (29:2.9) (29:3.3)

local universe Mother Spirits

are ministers of Creator Sons (8:4.4)

Creator Sons' spiritual presence invested in, during absences (21:2.11)

elevated to cosovereignty with Creator Sons (17:6.8)

may attain union with Creator Sons in eternity (118:9.8)

participate in creation of local universes (8:3.4)

would accompany if they left for outer universes (55:10.11)

long preliminary training (17:6.4)

never sit in judgment on their creatures (33:7.1) (134:8.7)

number more than 700,000; increasing (21:1.4)

Paradise reserve corps of, teaches on 4th Havona circuit (26:8.1)

personal presence not necessary to established universe government (21:2.12)

pledge to defend and if necessary retrieve personal creation (21:3.14) (33:3.4)

preliminary training (21:2.1)

provide mechanism for mortals to become immortal (F:VIII.4)

realization of God begins with recognition of divinity of (F:VIII.2)

reveal sevenfold attitude of Deities in gaining sovereignty (21:3.1–3,16–24) (21:4.6)

rule supreme regarding groups (32:4.4)

some resemble Father more; others the Eternal Son (33:2.1)

Spirit of Truth

inherent in (15:9.12) (34:4.2) (180:4.3) (194:2.11–12)

sent after mortal bestowal (20:6.8–9) (108:2.3)

studied in 2nd stage of light and life (55:3.12)

Universal Father

acts through Creator sons (32:4.3) (33:0.1)

confirms eternal union with Mother Spirit (17:6.5)

gives life to Creator Sons without measure (153:2.7)

what Father wills and Creator Son desires IS (145:3.11) (149:1.7)

worship Father as he is manifested in (5:3.1,5–6)

creatorship

aggregate of God's acting nature (3:0.3)

creature-trinitized sons (22:8sec). See also trinitization; Trinitized Sons of God

9642 are in Nebadon (35:0.1)

apprentices of Trinity Teacher Sons (22:8.3)

come to worlds in light and life (55:4.14) (55:12.2)

command is to be understanding (26:11.4)

conceptual potential mobilization (13:1.12)

destiny is Corps of Trinitized Finaliters (13:1.12) (22:8.6) (26:11.2)

do not grow as do ascenders (117:2.3)

embody ideals and experience pertaining to future age (22:7.10) (117:2.3)

gather on 1st circuit of Havona (26:11.2) (27:3.3)

headquarters in local systems (45:1.7)

in personality register (30:1.5) (30:2.9)

initial training and service under Seven Supreme Executives (17:1.7–8) (22:8.2)

mixed liaison types become wards of Architects of Master Universe; are held on Vicegerington (22:7.10) (22:8.6) (31:9.13)

progeny of finaliters and Paradise-Havoners (17:1.7) (22:7.4–10) (22:7.9–14) (22:8.1) (30:2.9)

residence in Jerusem circles (46:5.6)

residence on Paradise worlds of Spirit (13:4.1)

Solitary Messengers accompany (23:4.3)

speculations concerning destiny (23:4.4)

types

Celestial Guardians (18:4.4) (22:1.5) (22:9.1)

High Son Assistants (18:4.4) (22:1.5) (22:10sec)

value to superuniverse governments (22:10.2–7)

creatures. See also mortals; personality

70 major divisions of celestial (43:1.9)

all contactable, in spirit world are friendly (25:7.3)

all have potentially final destiny that is absolute in value (106:7.4)

all inhabit material worlds (11:0.1) (12:8.1) (14:2.1) (14:4.4)

all respond to compass direction (34:4.10)

arrangement and association of, produces melodies (44:1.2–3)

crave association with other (10:1.3)

Eternal Son must approve creation of new types (21:2.5)

Father gives away everything possible to all (10:1.2). See also delegation

higher forms freely pass through ordinary matter; material world almost entirely unreal to (44:0.8–9)

nearly infinite in number and order (3:2.8)

no personalities of pure mind (30:1.23)

only those connected with human survival presented (14:4.11)

other-than-personal types

many on Paradise spheres of Son (13:0.6) (13:3.2–3)

patterns for all, in Havona (14:4.8)

personality registers (30:1–2secs)

persons only love and hate other persons (2:6.8)

related in 12 groups of 7 major divisions each (49:5.23)

successive universe ages redistribute personality groupings (13:2.5)

creeds. See doctrines

cremation

Danubians practiced (80:8.5)

encouraged as means of combating cannibalism (89:5.14)

once universal throughout Scandinavia (80:9.4)

used to prevent ghost trouble (87:6.3)

Cretaceous. See also geologic ages

era of birds and flowering plants, from 100 to 50 million years ago (60:3–4secs)

Crete (130:0.2)

brilliant Andites migrated to, in 12,000 B.C. (80:7.2,12)

home of Jacob, Jewish trader (142:2.1)

Jesus' experience on (130:5–6secs)

Philistines were political refugees from (74:8.9)

Thomas preached in (139:8.13)

vogue of mother cult in (80:7.7)

crickets

appearance (59:5.7)

crime. See also criminals; justice

assault upon tribal mores (70:11.4)

betrayal of public trust heinous in continental nation (72:6.9)

dealing with, in continental nation (72:10sec)

of honor. See lynch law

primitives

detected, by ordeals of poison, fire, and pain (70:10.5–7)

disregarded motive (70:10.3)

killed someone whenever nonviolent death occurred (90:3.6)

shamans specialized in detecting (90:2.1)

severity of punishment less deterrent to, than its certainty and swiftness (70:10.15)

criminals. See also crime; justice; thieves crucified with Jesus

in continental nation

potential criminals sentenced to life (72:10.2)

segregated into self-supporting colonies (72:10.1)

serious habitual criminals sentenced to death (72:10.1)

Jesus' talk with the condemned, in Corinth (133:4.12)

crinoids. See also stone lilies

in Cretaceous (60:4.5)

in Jurassic (60:2.8)

in Silurian (59:3.11)

secreted lime (59:5.8)

cripples

regarded as fetishes (88:1.9)

crisis. See also disaster

apostles', began with Capernaum sermon (153:1.4)

future phase of kingdom might appear in (170:4.5)

God has foreseen all emergencies (3:2.6–7)

humans sometimes hear Adjuster's direct voice in (110:7.9)

Jesus', began with feeding the 5000; ended at Capernaum crisis (153:1.4)

Jesus communed in preparation for (152:5.5)

prepared for by reiterated choosing between good and evil (153:1.3)

reservists function in rare emergencies (114:7.6)

reveals motives of lifetime (187:2.4)

seraphim do not intrude into human drama except in emergencies (113:5.4–5)

spiritual attainment sometimes secured by (100:2.8)

woman did not function in emergencies (84:3.3)

Crispus

chief ruler of synagogue in Corinth; supported Paul (133:3.1–4)

criticism. See also self-analysis

Caligastia sympathetic with those who gave expression to (66:8.1)

conscience is, of oneself (100:1.5)

depth of intellect not required to raise objections (102:7.6)

Lucifer and Caligastia misconstrued attempts to help as unwarranted (66:8.2)

overcome habit of, by praying for person every day (91:5.3–5)

religion needs constructive (5:5.12) (99:3.7)

truth does not resent honest (146:3.2)

Cro-Magnons (80:3sec). See also blue race

Andites destroyed (80:5.3–6)

biologic foundation for modern European races (80:5.7)

brave and farseeing blue race; good family life (80:3.5–7)

culture well preserved in caves (80:9.4)

destroyed tribal inferiors; later, enslaved for agriculture (80:3.9)

progressive superior blue men blended with Adamites (80:1.7)

crocodiles

appearance (60:1.9) (60:3.20)

in Miocene (61:3.14)

reversion from land reptiles (60:2.11)

surviving early reptile (61:2.6)

cross. See also atonement doctrine; crucifixion; Jesus: death; Jesus: events in life: crucifixion

center of Christianity (143:6.3)

eternal symbol of triumph of love over hate, sacred service (188:5.6,9)

meaning of Jesus' death on (188:4–5secs)

physical description of Jesus' (187:1.1–2) (187:2.1)

Simon of Cyrene bore Jesus' (187:1.9–10)

crossbreeding. See also eugenics; hybridization

present-day prejudice against (82:6.3)

would be disastrous under present circumstances (51:5.7)

crossing fingers. See fingers

crossroad

Spirit of Truth will speak at every (34:7.8)

crown of thorns

placed on Jesus' head (185:6.2,4)

crucifixion (Paper 187). See also atonement doctrine; cross; Jesus: death; Jesus: events in life

cruel and lingering punishment (187:2.3) (187:5.8)

illegal to show friendly feelings for victims (187:1.7)

individuals crucified

Andrew in Patrae (139:1.12)

Jesus on Golgotha (Paper 187)

Peter in Rome (139:2.15)

Philip at Hierapolis (139:5.11–12)

thousands at destruction of Jerusalem (187:1.5)

no burial in Jewish cemetery for victim of (188:1.2)

not Jewish mode of punishment (187:1.5)

cruelty

doctrinal fetish betrays man into (88:2.7)

Jesus denounced (140:8.21)

still lurks in half-civilized man (184:4.5)

when subjected to, rest in unassailable citadel of spirit (100:2.7)

crumbs

Lazarus desired to be fed with Dives' (169:3.2)

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

crusader

spirit of, more than dangerous if not controlled (100:6.5)

crust (earth's)

nowhere can original be found; all mixed up (57:8.11)

stabilization (57:8sec)

crustaceans

amphibians developed from (59:5.5)

ancestors of fish (59:4.10)

appearance in Devonian (59:4.3,10)

matured in Jurassic (60:2.9)

nonprogressive species (65:2.5)

trilobites were ancestors of (59:2.10)

crystals

many buildings on Jerusem constructed wholly of (46:5.4,24)

cult of taking no life

arose in age of despair and hopelessness (94:2.5)

cults. See also ceremonies; doctrines; mystery cults; religion; traditions
Cult A symbolism of rituals, slogans, or goals. The cult is the skeletal structure around which grows the living and dynamic body of personal spiritual experience—true religion. (966.5) 87:7.10

atheistic, claim salvation comes by man's unaided efforts (94:2.5)

Christendom harmed by subdivision into sects (170:5.20) (195:10.7,11,15)

dangers

avoid superiority of group consciousness (182:1.8) (195:10.14)

greatest obstacle to spiritual progress (87:7.2–3)

sectarianism is disease of institutional religion (99:6.1)

destiny of, depends on leadership (99:5.1)

early Christian, most appealing and enduring ever conceived (87:7.4)

fetishism ran through all primitive (88:3.1)

formed to promulgate creeds, not to discover truth (92:3.1)

foster and gratify emotion (87:7.1–2,7)

Jesus avoided formal establishment of (120:3.6)

of a frustrated philosophic era (100:5.1)

of new revelation must

be outgrowth of applied love (87:7.7)

be predicated on Fatherhood of God, brotherhood of man (87:7.6)

cannot be manufactured; must grow (87:7.3)

foster spiritual progress (87:7.10)

symbolize spiritual experience and significance of home, embody mystery, be elastic, not be overly complex (87:7.5–10)

only what is reasonably compatible with current status assimilable (92:2.4)

represent primitive man's attempt to control material world (90:3.1–2)

resist development because progress destroys cult itself (92:3.4)

rituals (90:5.1–3)

become substitute for religion (90:5.6)

better to reform than destroy technique of group function (97:10.7)

have cursed civilization, been intolerable burden (90:5.1)

perfection of performance is essence of (90:5.1)

sanctify custom (90:5.2)

the more unconscious the growth, stronger its grip (87:7.2)

strengths

provide symbolism for preservation of religious loyalties (87:7.1)

religion rarely survives without institutions, as private practice of isolated individuals (97:10.7) (98:6.1)

culture. See civilization

cumin

tithing while disregarding weightier matters (175:1.17)

cup

be prepared to drink (171:0.5) (171:2.5)

if Father's will, Jesus would drink (136:9.4) (182:3.2–9)

scrupulously cleansing outside while inside filthy (166:1.4) (175:1.18)

cup of remembrance

emblem of Spirit of Truth (179:5.1–3)

curiosity
Curiosity Hunger for harmony and thirst for beauty. Persistent attempts to discover new levels of harmonious cosmic relationships. (646.7) 56:10.6

disappears after last Havona world (14:5.7)

do not try to satisfy all (195:5.10)

hunger for harmony, thirst for beauty (56:10.6)

inborn divine endowment (14:5.10–11) (16:7.1)

Jesus did not manifest, about people (171:7.6)

mind reaches out to explore remote situations (42:12.1)

urge of investigation and discovery (14:5.11)

currency. See money

cursing

coercive practice to overawe minor spirits (87:6.6)

continuation of primitive ritual (87:6.10)

Jesus denounced belief in (150:3.12)

oaths consisted in pronouncing curses upon oneself (70:11.3)

Peter denied Jesus with (184:2.6)

prostitution of ritualistic repetition of holy names (90:5.3)

curvature

of all relation concepts (103:6.14)

custodians (Lanonandek) (35:8.8)

custodians (Life Carrier) (36:1.3) (36:2.9)

custodians of knowledge

accessible to local universes only by reflectivity (27:5.5)

final living summaries of vast network of recording angels (27:5.3)

impossible for untruth to gain lodgment in (27:5.1)

living, automatic libraries of Paradise (25:5.1) (27:5.1)

primary supernaphim (27:5sec)

seekers presented with individual beings who are what they seek (27:5.2–3)

Custodians of Records (25:5sec)

chosen from tertiary supernaphim in Havona (25:5.1)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.12)

keep formal archives of Paradise (25:5.1)

customs. See traditions

Cuthites

Sargon installed, in northern Israel (143:4.1)

Cutites

occupied Garden of Eden after default (73:7.1)

cuttlefish

descendant of cephalopods (59:2.11)

in Jurassic (60:2.8)

oxygenate blood with copper (65:6.4)

Cybele

mother of Attis in Phrygian mystery cult (98:4.2–5) (98:5.5)

Cymboyton (sim boy' ton). (134:3.4) A wealthy Urmia merchant at whose school of religion Jesus taught in the spring of A.D. 25. (1485,4)(134:3.2).

exercised unchallengeable authority at Urmia (134:4.10)

never revealed personal beliefs (134:3.3)

trouble at Urmia after death of (134:6.14)

wealthy merchant of Urmia, built temple of religion (134:3.2)

cynicism (attitude). See ridicule

Cynicism (religion). See also Cynics

belief in simplicity, virtue, meeting death fearlessly (121:4.4)

best preserved Salem doctrines (131:1.1)

characterized by wandering preachers; traced to Diogenes (121:4.4,6)

Ganid's abstract of (131:1sec)

occidental religion languished until days of (98:6.2)

Cynics. See also Cynicism

Claudus became preacher of (130:8.1)

exhorted Romans to abandon wild religious rituals (98:3.9)

Jesus

mistaken for priest of (133:2.1)

sought out worthwhile leaders of (132:0.4)

later incorporated into Christian religion (98:0.2)

maintained Salem teachings in purest form (98:0.2)

Mardus was leader in Rome (132:2.1)

preachers of faith and trust in God (98:0.2)

Cyprus (130:0.3)

Jesus' discourse on mind at (133:7sec)

settled by Andites in 5000 B.C.; barbarian invasion in 3000 B.C. (80:7.10)

Thomas preached in (139:8.13)

Cyrene (130:0.2)

Jesus aided Rufus at (130:6.6)

Simon, Rufus, and Alexander from (187:1.9–10)

Cyrus

tradition of put-away child saved by divine intervention (89:7.3)