Index: the Letter G

Gabriel (33:4sec) (189:1.5,10). See also Bright and Morning Stars

functions and actions

appeal to Ancients of Days for destruction of rebels 200,000 years ago (53:8.4) (53:9.4)

appeared to pronounce judgment on Adam and Eve (75:7.1)

approved Melchizedek's emergency bestowal (93:10.2)

certain Lucifer would soon rebel (53:2.4)

closely identified with Urantia (33:4.7)

first hearing recently held in case vs. Lucifer (54:4.8)

functions as regent when Michael absent (33:2.5) (33:4.7) (33:6.1)

involvement in Michael's earth bestowal (119:4.2,5) (119:5.3) (119:6.2) (120:0.6) (189:0.1)

judgment and dispensational resurrections delegated to (33:4.6) (189:3.1–2)

presided over Salvington council (188:3.12)

sealed Michael Memorial on 1st mansion world (188:3.11) (189:1.9)

sealed vacant temple on Jerusem (46:5.25)

supervises courts of Nebadon (33:7.2)

supposedly sanctioned loose New Zealand practices (92:2.5)

unceasingly exposed rebel sophistries during Lucifer rebellion (53:4.6) (53:5.4,6)

involvement in Michael's earth bestowal (189:0.1)

appeared to Elizabeth in June, 8 B.C. (122:2sec)

appeared to Mary in November, 8 B.C. (122:2.6) (122:3sec)

chose Jews as race for Michael's incarnation (122:0.2–3)

Immanuel committed safekeeping of Michael to Gabriel (120:3.11)

Jesus only learned of visit to Mary at his baptism (126:2.4) (135:8.7) (135:9.1)

named Jesus "Joshua" (122:3.1)

named John the Baptist (122:2.3)

on Urantia during crucifixion (186:4.2)

re-established communication with Jesus after baptism (136:3.4)

with Jesus at transfiguration (158:1.6)

with Jesus during morontia transit (189:3.4)

Melchizedeks are chief aids of (35:2.5)

mortals seldom encounter (33:4.8)


administrator, not a creator (33:4.2,4,7)

Bright and Morning Star (33:4.1)

Brilliant Evening Stars are liaison officers for (37:2.1–3)

cannot be 2 places at same time (37:2.2)

chief executive of Nebadon; also represents Ancients of Days (33:4.5–6) (33:6.1) (37:1.2) (50:2.1)

ex officio chairman of most Salvington conclaves, councils, and tribunals (35:1.2) (37:2.2) (188:3.12)

Father Melchizedek is first assistant of (33:6.2)

firstborn of Michael and Spirit (33:4.1)

like Michael in divinity though limited in Deity attributes (33:4.2–3)

Planetary Princes under jurisdiction of (50:2.1)

supreme commander of armies of heaven (38:6.2) (168:2.1,8) (182:3.8)

working cabinet of (33:8.4)

would become chief administrator if Michael ever left Nebadon (55:10.10)


reputed tribe of (128:1.14)

Gadara (138:9.3) (144:7.1) (149:0.1) (159:0.2) (165:0.1)

Thomas Didymus from (138:2.5)

Gadda (165:0.1)

Gadiah (ga die'ah). A young Philistine truth-seeker working in Joppa with whom Jesus, in A.D. 22-23, discussed the story of Jonah and the whale and good and evil. (1428,1)(130:1.1).

Philistine interpreter with whom Jesus discoursed on Jonah; argument with Peter (130:1sec)


Jesus met, in home of Crispus (133:3.11)

Galantia (ga lan' chah). The ascended superangel who maintains the Jerusem headquarters of the Brilliant Evening Stars, a local universe class of superangels brought into being by the Creator Son and Creative Spirit (see Gavalia). (407,6)(37:2.6).

associate head of superangels (46:5.18)

first ascendant Brilliant Evening Star in Nebadon (37:2.6)


Matthew preached in (139:7.10)

Galilee (Papers 137, 146, 155). See also Palestine; Sea of Galilee

badly regarded by Jerusalem leaders; more gentile than Jewish (121:2.12)

forcible conversion of gentile population (139:0.2)

Galileans whose blood Pilate mingled with sacrifices (166:4.4) (185:1.5)

Herod rebuilt cities in (121:2.11)

Jesus wished to meet apostles in (192:1.2)

lack of wealth did not imply social inferiority in (126:5.1) (127:5.1)

more beautiful and prosperous than Judea (124:2.9)

no prophet arises from (162:2.9) (162:6.4)

preaching tours of (Papers 146, 149, 150)

residents went to Jerusalem for 3 feasts (125:1.5)

splendid environment for Jesus to grow up in (123:0.5) (124:0.1)


on sword point of angel of death (168:1.14)

Gamala (149:0.1) (149:6.1)

strange preacher episode at (159:2.1)


counseled Sadducees against jailing followers of Jesus (194:4.10)

renowned teacher at Jerusalem (126:5.3)


civilized people still predisposed to (86:1.4)

natural to primitive man (69:2.7)


athletic. See sports

once, person counted out must die; now, only "it" (90:2.4)

gamma rays

characterize spontaneous dissociation of atoms (42:5.7)


Andites migrated into valley of (79:2.4)

deltas are work of last 50,000 years (79:2.1)

marine life evolved in bay of (59:6.9)

Ganid (gay' nid). The 17-year-old son of a wealthy Indian traveler with whom Jesus traveled around the Mediterranean basin A.D. 22-23 (see Gonod). (1422,6)(129:2.9).

brilliant Indian boy whom Jesus tutored (Papers 130–133)

first meeting with Jesus (129:2.9)

serious illness in Cyprus (133:7.3)

talk with disgruntled employee in Antioch (133:8.3)

translated doctrines of world's religions (Paper 131) (130:3.5–6)

worthy successor to eminent father (133:9.5)


Jesus rented land near Nazareth home for (126:5.10)

Garden of Eden (Paper 73). See also Adam; Gardens of Eden; second garden; First & Second Gardens

3000 volunteers prepared (73:2.3)

37,000 years ago (51:6sec)


education (74:7sec)

enter Mesopotamia (76:1sec)

had no suitable boats (76:0.1)

ideal of whole family as gardeners (84:7.8)

language was Andonic dialect (74:2.2)

practiced scrupulous burial of all waste (73:5.4)

primitive manufacturing (74:5.3)

establishment (73:4sec)

existing residents evicted (73:3.2)

named after Edentia (73:4.1)

no animals ever slaughtered in (73:4.1) (76:2.3)

physical description (73:5sec)

27 mile wide neck connected to mainland (73:3.4)

brick walls across neck of peninsula (73:4.2–3)

elevated Mediterranean peninsula with salubrious climate (73:3.3–6)

submerged under eastern Mediterranean (73:7.1–2) (78:7.7)

zoological garden between walls occupied by wild beasts (73:4.3)

planning for (73:2sec)

plans for 1 million people to inhabit (73:5.1)

site selection (73:3sec) (76:1.3)


2nd epochal revelation (92:4.6)

7 commandments of, were taboos (89:1.4)

carried on by Sethite priests (92:4.6)

laws (74:7.5–6)


spornagia are, for Jerusem (46:7.2)

Gardens of Eden (51:6sec)

named in honor of constellation capital (43:6.2) (51:3.2)

second centers of world culture (51:6.2)

gardens of God (43:6sec)

one half of Edentia devoted to (43:6.1–2)

vast natural park on Edentia (43:1.7)


often found in coal beds (59:5.16)

Silurian deposits (59:3.4)


in Ordovician (59:2.12)

in Silurian (59:3.7)

gate beautiful. See Jerusalem temple


Philistines ordered King David off field at (97:9.5)

Gautama Siddhartha (94:7sec). See also Buddha; Buddhism

doctrine of Teacher, Law, and Brotherhood (104:1.6)


Gautama forbade to receive money (94:8.15)

perverted cult to make him divine (92:5.9) (94:11.2,9)

son became successor, greatly extended cult (94:7.6)

spiritual awakening of, did not persist in India (79:4.8)

wife founded order of nuns (94:7.6)


brought succor to millions of despairing souls (94:7.7)

life much greater than his preachment (94:8.15)

outstanding religious teacher (121:6.4)

taught best godless philosophy ever invented (94:8.14)

taught universal salvation, free from sacrifice, ritual, and priests (94:7.7)

sudden conversion (100:5.3)


failed to perceive personality of God, existence of individual souls (94:7.3)

faulty navigation charts ran aground (132:7.4)

hardly believed in immortality (94:8.12)

orphan prophet; knew God in spirit, not in mind (132:7.3–5)

should have heeded the hermit Godad (94:7.4)

Gavalia (ga vale' yah). The first-born and head of the Brilliant Evening Stars, who for the past 1,900 years has been assigned to ascendent mortal ministry. Gavalia's associate, Galantia, currently maintains the Jerusem headquarters of this class of local universe superangels. (407,6)(37:2.6).

author of Paper 119 (119:0.1)

first-born and chief of Brilliant Evening Stars in Nebadon (37:2.6) (119:0.1)

Gaza (134:7.4) (194:4.13)

Geba (134:7.5)


bodies of crucified thieves taken to (188:1.5)

open burial pits south of Jerusalem (188:0.2)


Significances of Origin are living (28:6.2–4)

general council

of kingdom called in Philadelphia (167:0.3) (167:2.3)

Genesis, Book of

story of Eve created out of Adam's rib (74:8.3)

genetics. See also eugenics; evolution; handicaps; hybridization; races

dominant gene increases likelihood of improved hybrid (82:6.7)

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

good environment cannot overcome character handicaps of base heredity (76:2.6)


cannot invalidate presence of Adjuster (5:1.4–7) (5:5.13–14)

morontia career wholly removes all (44:8.3) (109:5.5)


70 generations between dawn mammals and mid-mammals (61:6.1) (62:2.6)

Abraham arrived in expected generation (93:5.3)

Andite strain stimulated innately able yellow man (79:6.7) (79:7.3)

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

Jesus did not interfere with biologic evolution (120:3.5,8)

Moses' unusual versatility and adaptability derived from mixed ancestry (96:3.1)

racial deterioration contributed to Roman decline (133:0.2) (195:3.8–9)

tremendous gains from small amount of violet blood (48:4.13,17) (52:3.6) (74:7.9). See also Andites

individuals lacking parental instinct eliminated from reproductive stream (84:7.7)

inherited urges cannot be fundamentally modified; responses can (140:4.8)

jealously guard superior human strains (49:1.7)

often requires ages to recoup loss of single superior strain of human heredity (49:1.7)

religion powerless apart from sound and normal (70:8.18)

religious experience markedly influenced by (100:1.6)


all ability (44:8.2)

all character (76:2.6)

Genghis Khan

Andite military genius of Mongols (79:1.9)

tribesmen still look for return of (92:5.3)


faith may lead to fanaticism in a religious (196:0.6)

fostered in continental nation (72:6.7) (72:7.1)

Jesus' advice regarding disposition of wealth from (132:5.2,10)

neutralized by gravity of mediocrity (111:7.5)

normal man is source of mutant geniuses (68:6.11)

obligation to race and nation (132:5.10)


could not distinguish, from insanity (88:1.9)

looked upon geniuses as possessed by wise spirit (88:1.10)

Gennesaret (152:6sec) (156:6.3)

gentiles. See also heathen

court of. See Jerusalem temple: places in: court of gentiles

in times of Jesus; religions of (121:3,5secs)


looked upon with contempt (121:7.1)

mingled more freely with, in Galilee (123:5.7)

morally superior to (121:4.1) (121:5.17)


fruit of the Spirit (34:6.13)

geologic ages (59:0.1–6)


1 billion to 550 million years ago (59:0.2)


550 to 400 million years ago (58:7.1) (59:0.3)


400 to 150 million years ago (59:0.4) (59:6.11)


400 to 350 million years ago (59:1sec)


350 to 300 million years ago (59:2sec)


300 to 275 million years ago (59:3sec)


270 to 220 million years ago (59:4sec)


220 to 180 million years ago (59:5sec)


170 to 150 million years ago (59:6sec)


150 to 50 million years ago (59:0.5) (60:4.6)


150 to 125 million years ago (60:1sec)


125 to 100 million years ago (60:2sec)


100 to 50 million years ago (60:3–4secs)


50 to 35 million years ago (61:1sec)


50 million years ago to the present q.v.


35 to 25 million years ago (61:2sec)


25 to 10 million years ago (61:3.15)


10 to 1 million years ago (61:4sec)


2 million to 100,000 years ago (61:5–7secs)


35,000 years ago to the present (61:7.18)

geological terms. See geological terms helpful to know

geology. See also fossils; rocks and minerals

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

stone book (58:7sec)


after Melchizedek's departure, Abraham moved to (93:9.2–3)

Gerasa (128:3.2) (134:9.1) (138:9.3) (144:7.1) (152:7.1) (159:0.2) (165:0.1) (166:3sec)

Gerizim. See Mount Gerizim

germ plasm. See life plasm


2 racial groups: Nordic-Danish, and Danubian-Andonite (80:9.3)

geology (59:4.8) (60:1.4) (60:2.6)

Germans are descendants of Andite and blue races (80:4.5)

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


Talmai was king of (97:9.10)


older than speech, considered more magical (88:6.4) (92:2.2)

Gethsemane (Papers 178, 182, 183) (147:2.2) (176:3sec) (177:3sec)

camp located on ground belonging to Simon of Bethany (173:5.5)

Jesus alone in (182:3sec)

olive press near entrance to (183:0.3)

on western slope of Mount of Olives near Kidron (142:8.4)

ghostland. See deadland

ghosts (Paper 87)

cults were insurance against hazards of bad luck (87:0.1)

early peoples associated with the sea (84:1.4)

fear of

disciplined and controlled primitives (68:3.3)

drove men into society (68:2.4,6) (68:3.4)

fountainhead of all ethics and religion (68:4.3) (87:1sec) (87:4.1)

held primitive society together (68:3.1) (68:4.3)

prepared men's minds for "fear of the Lord" (68:3.3)

produced dread of being alone (84:7.17)

savages lived in (87:3.3)

illusory environment of primitive man (86:6sec)

Moses sought to uproot ghost cults (92:5.8)

most primitive idea of human souls (86:4.3)

nature and activities

administered justice through medicine men (70:10.5)

angered, were source of calamity, misfortune, and unhappiness (87:2.2)

caused disease by enticing soul out of body (90:3.4)

credited with supernatural powers, but not supernatural intelligence (87:1.2–5)

disembodied spirits behind the unusual and inexplicable (86:4.4)

enjoyed unlimited rights but no duties (87:5.1)

expected at least one slave wife be buried alive with (87:2.7)

frightened by noise (87:6.4)

good and bad ghosts (87:4sec)

levied continuous tribute as price of noninterference (87:5.1)

preferred to indwell objects which had belonged to them when alive (88:2.1)

punished those who disdained their rules (68:4.3)

took pleasure in discomfort of living (87:2.4) (89:0.2)

no generation has yet wholly rejected superghost doctrine (87:5.8)

placation long preceded coercion and supplication (87:2.1)

rites designed to avoid, expel, or coerce (87:0.1)

savage believed to be breath minus body (86:4.4)

shamans howled away ghosts responsible for disease (90:4.3)

soul concept (86:5sec)

spirits of departed humans do not return or communicate (112:3.7) (146:7.2) (150:3.5)

stratagems to hoodwink (87:1.2,5) (87:6.3)

superstition of ghost dream still persists (68:3.3)

supposed human origin of ghost gods (85:6.4)


in green and orange races (51:4.2)


killed Andon and Fonta's parents (62:5.10–11)

not human ancestors (62:1.1)


Canaanite city attacked by Saul (97:9.13)


King David turned over 7 descendants of Saul to, to be hanged (97:9.13)

Gibraltar isthmus

gave way after an earthquake (80:2.4)

geology (61:3.8)

protected Mediterranean trough in early days of violet race (80:1.1)


Midianites overran Jordan valley in days of (124:6.6)


consecrated will is greatest, to God (1:1.2) (56:8.3) (196:0.10)

every good and perfect, is from God (2:6.3)

God gives his children the spirit and blessings (131:10.3) (144:2.4) (146:2.6–10)

salvation is a free (150:5.3,5) (167:5.1) (170:2.18) (193:1.2) (193:2.2)

Gilboa (Paper 144) (122:7.5) (123:5.13) (124:6.1)

conference with John's apostles at (144:6sec)

encampment at (144:1sec)

King Saul took his life at (124:6.3) (134:9.5)

Matthew and Philip chased out of Samaritan village at (162:0.1)

Philistines defeated Saul at (97:9.6)

Gilead (165:0.1)


reputed tribe (128:1.14)

Saul came to aid of (97:9.3)


appearance (61:4.4)


Jesus wore (187:2.8)

Judas hung himself with (186:1.7)

Gischala (138:9.3) (146:4.6) (156:6.3)

giving. See altruism; sharing

glaciers. See also ice ages

1st through 6th (61:5–7secs)

4th (64:4.6)

5th (64:7.1) (64:7.8)

pushed subhuman types south (79:5.2)

6th (64:7.17)

appearance in Permian (59:6.6)

caused by rain on highlands (61:5.1–2)

discrepancies in reckoning (64:1.4)

formation (57:8.22)

in Siberia (64:4.5)

land elevation produces (61:2.3)

gladness. See happiness; joy

glands, ductless. See also hormones

chemical reactions resulting from (65:6.6)

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

Glantonia (glan toh' nee ah). A neighboring local system in the constellation of Norlatiadek. (456,5)(41:2.1).

system immediately neighboring Satania (41:2.1)


every one who is called by my name I have created for my glory (97:7.10)

Jesus sought not his own glory but glory of God (162:7.4–5)

loving glory from men more than of God (174:5.3)

seek not glory of self but glory of God (162:2.1) (175:1.10)


straining at (156:2.8) (185:0.4)

straining out, while swallowing camel (175:1.17)

goals. See also consecration of choice; destiny; progress; self-realization; will

achieving goals

ascenders never denied transient satisfaction of (39:4.7) (118:0.10,12)

assistance to achieve, freely provided (4:3.5)

begun in time will be finished in eternity–if worth finishing (111:3.7)

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

by yielding to spiritual forces (5:1.12)

creation and response to new and spirit goals (12:9.1)

entirely possible to attain goals set by God (1:0.5)

goals are creative in accordance with dedication to Father's will (132:7.9)

highest happiness linked with pursuit of worthy (94:8.13)

life purpose must be jealously guarded (160:3.5)

religion pays any price essential to attain supreme goal (100:3.1)

work is important, self is not (48:6.26)

God deals with us on basis of our purposes (103:4.5)

life aimless and unprofitable without worthy (140:4.9)

milestones on long ascending path (39:4.7)

mortal aspirations (44:8sec)

only ones worth striving for are spiritual, not material (100:2.6) (170:2.6)

personal can pass judgment on worth-whileness of (16:7.2–4)

rather than creeds should unify religionists (99:5.7)

spiritual destiny conditioned by (156:5.9)

supreme goals

achieving perfection. See perfection: attainment

Ascendington is ultimate status sphere (13:0.6)

attainment of supreme, then ultimate (F:IX.1) (F:VII.8)

attuning to divinity of indwelling Adjuster (110:3.4)

becoming a finaliter (14:6.36)

brotherhood and God-consciousness (71:4.3) (143:1.4)

ever-ascending mobilization and perfecting unification of reality in association with Paradise reality (F:VII.8)

exploring infinity of Universal Father (14:6.37)

fighting battle of reality's triumph over partial shadows (101:10.9)

finding God and becoming like him (1:0.3) (132:3.7)

finding God on Paradise (5:1.2,12) (11:9.8) (14:2.8) (48:8.1)

for unification, divine coherence (2:7.7)

God, rest, and eternity of perfected service (24:6.1)

spirit (12:8.13) (16:4.6)

trinitization (for some) (13:1.13)

transfer from time to eternity (160:1.14)


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

early units of barter (69:4.5)


open grassland in Andite days (79:1.2)

God (Papers 1–5). See also Deity; I AM; Infinite; Paradise Trinity; Universal Father

all men are children of (2:5.4) (40:6sec) (99:5.5)

and nature (4:2.5) (131:1.5)

consciousness of God (F:II.2) (5:2sec) (8:5sec). See also spiritual communion

best discovered in communion with Adjuster (5:2.3)

determining factor in all conduct (95:4.2)

experience remains the same over generations (5:5.12)

idea, ideal, spirit reality, personality, supremacy, and ultimacy of God (5:5.11)

indispensable to true progress (94:6.12) (100:3.6)

inevitable result of consecration to Father's will (5:1.6)

integration of self with universe (196:3.32)

Jesus attained by unbroken communion (196:0.10)

mysticism praiseworthy unless leading to social isolation (91:7.1)

no word in any human language for God-consciousness (103:1.6)

presence of God

determined by en masse loyalty to God (3:1.10–11) (13:4.3–5)

determined by spiritual capacity, degree of consecration (5:2.1)

equalized by Master Spirits (13:4.3)

humbly obedient to creature choosing (13:4.5)

inalienable (16:9.4)

increasingly grow to feel (155:6.12)

living as in presence of God favors spiritual growth (100:1.8)

man rarely conscious of (5:2.4,5)

more real than fellow beings (16:9.4)

resident in Adjuster (196:3.20,22)

spiritual growth favored by living as in (100:1.8)

we shall one day see God face to face (5:1.9)

proved by fruits of spirit (5:2.4–6)

we may attain perfection of (1:0.5)

creates by eventuation, creation, and fragmentation (30:1.16)

discernibly present only on Paradise and in Havona (3:1.6)

divine qualities perfectly unified in (44:7.4)

evolution of God concept (Paper 97) (5:4.9–10) (5:5.12) (142:3sec)

finding God. See also faith; spiritual growth

all man's personality endowments must be consecrated to (1:6.5)

approach to God (5:1sec)

begins by recognizing divinity of Creator Son (F:VIII.2)

believe in God because of human experience or revelation of truth (101:2.4)

by faith alone (32:3.6) (101:8.1) (102:6.5). See also faith

by rebound momentum of Thought Adjusters (56:4.1)

choosing Father's will is (111:5.6)

creates consciousness of the Supreme (117:6.2)

desire to find God is evidence of having found him (130:8.2) (131:10.4) (195:6.16)

discern Maker through creation and revelations of his Sons (1:5.3)

divine union attained by progressive reciprocal spiritual communion, conformity to divine will (1:7.2)

failure in Deity adventure remands to universes; second attempt always successful (25:8.9) (26:8.5)

faith reveals God in the soul (101:2.8)

few have found God on Paradise (11:1.3)

from experiences of living or contact with those who know God (132:7.2)

God as Father takes precedence over all phases of Deity (4:4.5–6) (54:6.2) (196:3.32)

God cannot be plural to personality (56:4.4–5)

God is always a reality of personal experience (102:4.3)

God is approachable; not in hiding (1:3.3) (1:5.3) (3:0.2) (5:1.8) (131:1.5) (131:2.4)

God manifests himself to creature's capacity (1:4.5–6) (32:4.7)

greatest experience in human existence (1:0.6) (117:6.9)

he who has seen a Creator Son has seen (F:VIII.2) (32:3.6) (107:0.4)

he who has seen Jesus has seen (157:6.13) (180:3.9) (182:1.9)

impels man to seek loving service-contact with less illuminated fellows (102:3.4)

infinity of God shuts him off from direct communication with finite beings (2:1.6)

is identity with reality, self-completion (196:3.3)

is mortal's 5th jubilee (27:7.8)

John Mark spent whole day alone with (177:1.3)

learn to love God by loving brethren (155:3.4)

man searches for friend who lives within his heart (3:1.4)

man's nearest approach to God is through love (3:4.7)

may be attained by seeking superhuman help in resolving conflicts (76:2.8) (103:2.4)

maze of superstition, tradition, and materialistic tendencies stand in way of (102:7.6)

no man goes to, except through Michael (F:VIII.1–2) (180:3.7)

nothing holds those in captivity who seek God (130:1.2)

one cannot, through science (42:1.3)

our limitations determine when we see God (5:1.1–2)

our thoughts, not our feelings, lead us Godward (101:1.3)

parental experience indispensable to (45:6.4)

pure in heart shall see God (131:1.6)

search for God is search for everything (117:6.9)

seeking God makes us like him (133:4.9)

sevenfold approach to Deity (F:VIII.1–2)

spiritual approach is only one possible (102:4.4)

submission to indwelling spirit. See submission

those who seek with whole heart shall find (131:2.9) (131:8.5) (132:7.1–2)

through leadings of spiritual insight (1:3.3) (195:5.14)

through soul's contemplation of inner spiritual reality (5:0.1)

we know God because we trust him (102:1.5)

fragments. See Thought Adjusters

functions in non-Father capacities as force, energy, power, causation, reaction, potentiality, actuality, gravity, tension, pattern, principle, and unity (104:2.6)

God's nature (Paper 2)

all things consist in (9:0.4)

all things possible with (2:1.2) (3:2.2) (26:5.3) (107:4.7) (131:10.2) (163:3.2) (182:3.2)

all true love is from (117:6.10)

changeless (12:7.4–6) (97:1.4–5)

claims all allegiance or none (102:6.1)

confers reality of existence upon all other beings (4:4.7)

divine forgiveness inevitable (131:2.11) (174:1sec). See also forgiveness: divine forgiveness

divine light whose interruptions constitute creation shadows (102:6.2)

enjoys expansions of self-realization (1:5.14–16)

Father (4:4.5) (54:6.2) (56:4.4) (141:4.1) (196:3.32)

gives his children spirit and blessings (131:10.3) (144:2.4)

good (2:6sec)

goodness of. See goodness: of God

guides man without self-assertion (131:8.3)

has set up tensions in creations circling Paradise (117:4.14)

in him we live and move and have our being (1:1.2) (1:5.16) (2:1.11) (3:1.2,4) (12:7.12) (16:9.10) (111:5.2) (141:2.1) (174:3.2)

infinitely inclusive of all things except evil and creature experience (108:0.2)

invisible (1:3.1) (1:5.1–4)

is love (1:3.8) (2:5.1,10) (6:3sec) (8:4.2) (54:4.6) (56:10.20) (130:1.5) (134:4.1) (160:5.11). See also love: divine love

just and righteous (2:3sec)

laws of. See law: divine

lover of mankind, helper of the distressed (12:7.8) (131:4.4) (131:5.3) (193:0.3)

merciful (2:4sec) (12:7.1)

most inescapable of all presences (102:7.10) (133:4.1)

needs man to fulfill destiny (195:10.3)

neither creates evil nor permits sin and rebellion (54:0.2)

never vengeful or angry (2:6.7)

no respecter of persons (1:4.6) (2:3.1) (3:1.12) (12:7.1,8) (40:10.5,13) (112:0.12) (117:6.22) (133:0.3) (137:8.6) (138:8.2) (140:3.16) (143:1.5) (148:6.2) (155:6.2) (156:2.4) (166:4.11) (175:2.1–3) (181:2.14) (192:2.2)

none is good but (196:0.9) (196:2.2)

nothing separates us from love of (100:6.6)

omnipotence of. See omnipotence

omniscience of. See omniscience

one and only self-caused fact in universe (102:7.1–3)

personal (102:1.6) (102:7.3) (103:1.6)

primal, personal as Father (F:III.2–4)

purpose of. See divine plan

source, nature, and destiny of other-mindness (102:4.3)

source and destiny of all good, beautiful, and true (130:2.7)

spirit (1:3.1,8) (6:1.2) (6:2.6) (9:2.1) (12:8.1) (134:4.2,7) (143:5.6) (160:5.11) (169:4.2,6)

supreme ideal of religious loyalty (160:5.4–6)

truth (102:6.6) (131:1.6) (131:4.6)

unity (56:0.1) (56:1.4)

viewed unspiritually, God is energy (3:2.3)

will of. See will of God

great things happen when man goes in partnership with (132:7.9)

growth of God comprehension in light and life (56:7.1–2,5) (142:2.2–4) (142:3sec) (159:4sec)

highest concept is as primal and infinite personality (2:0.1)

infinite (1:3.1) (1:5.1) (1:7.7) (2:1sec)

inhabits the present moment (2:2.1)

let supreme delight be in character of God (146:2.9)

literally present on Paradise (11:1sec)

looks beyond act to uncover motive (103:4.5) (140:6.4–5) (140:10.5) (166:1.4)


created in image of God (1:3.1) (3:4.7) (6:5.7) (7:4.4) (92:5.1) (117:3.5)

still evinces disposition to bargain with (87:6.10)

understands unity of God only by personality approach (1:5.11)

man's eternal destination (5:4.3)

misconceptions about God (1:2.2) (4:5sec) (12:7.6) (102:6.3) (188:4.8) (188:5.1,11) (196:3.21)

atrocities executed in name of (70:1.15)

everything unusual attributed to personal intervention of (75:4.8)

God is not a habit-bound slave (12:7.4,6)

God jealous for man, not of man (4:3.1)

not a cosmic accident (2:1.4)

pantheistic corporeality error (1:5.12)

wrath of God (142:2sec)

names known by

Adonai (96:1.9)

Allah (95:7.6)

Ancient of Days (96:1.9)

"Father" is most appropriate name (4:4.5)

Jah (96:1.9)

Jehovah (94:12.1) (96:1.10)

Jove (96:1.14)

Kyrios (96:1.9)

Lord God of Israel (142:3.5)

Most High (4:1.4) (96:1.9)

Shang-ti (79:8.7) (94:5.3)

Value-Giver (16:8.7)

never victim of attitudinal antagonisms (2:4.3)

nothing takes place of, in society (195:8.6)

relation to local universes (32:4sec)

revelation of, always partial, relative, and progressive (56:9.7) (142:2.2)

revelators only able to explain, due to aid of Adjusters, Spirit of Truth (2:0.3)

soul concludes man has no right not to believe in (101:1.7) (101:9.3)

term signifies

all personalizations of Deity (F:IIsec)

always denotes personality (F:II.7)

approach to supreme reality (100:3.2)

Father idea is highest human concept of God (2:0.1) (2:5.9) (196:3.32)

infinite concept of Father (F:II.6) (1:7.1) (169:4.7)

reality of values, substance of meanings, life of truth (5:4.2)

theologic definitions must change with each advancing epoch (5:5.12)

to understand, one must explore facts of universes (102:6.6)

valid experience of vs. divergent discourse about (103:8.2)

what he is to science, philosophy, and religion (102:6.8)

God of Action. See Infinite Spirit

God the Absolute (F:Xsec)

defined as

divine inevitability (F:XII.4)

experiential realization of absolute divinity (F:X.1)

experiential unification of 3 Absolutes as one (106:8.14)

experientializing God of transcended superpersonal values, existential as Deity Absolute (F:II.15)

personality consequence of final function of Trinity Absolute (F:X.1) (106:8.13)

Deity Absolute experiences identity with Unqualified Absolute in (F:II.15)

possible trinitization of (F:IX.4) (F:XII.8)

God the Almighty. The Almighty Supreme is also referred to as God the Almighty; the Almighty.

God the Father. See Universal Father

God the Sevenfold (F:VIIIsec) (56:5.3) (116:2sec). See also Supreme Creators

Almighty Supreme dependent on divinity acts of (F:VII.5) (115:4.7) (116:4.2)

comprised of (116:2.4)

Ancients of Days (18:3sec)

Creator Sons (Paper 21)

Eternal Son (Papers 6–7)

Infinite Spirit (Papers 8–9)

Seven Master Spirits (Paper 16)

Supreme Being (Papers 115–117)

Universal Father (Papers 1–5)

Deity personality functioning in time and space (F:II.13)


dates from organization of 7 superuniverses (F:VIII.5)

integrates the perfect, perfected, and perfecting (105:6.5) (106:1.2–4)

mortals necessary for full function of (116:4.12)

provides progressive approach to, personality revelation of, Father (56:7.8) (105:7.7)

Seven Master Spirits co-ordinate activities of (17:8.3)

source of universe's relative unity (106:1.4)

sevenfold controllers represent physical-control level of (116:5.1–2)

stabilizing of time-space creations is flowering of (106:2.3)

successive levels (F:VIII.1)

Supreme is real to, now (117:7.5)

God the Son. See Eternal Son

God the Spirit. See Infinite Spirit

God the Supreme. See Supreme, the

God the Ultimate (F:IXsec) (56:7.5)

3 Absolutes are co-ordinated in (56:9.1)

Adjuster is secret of personal realization of (101:6.2)

defined as

Deity consequence of unity of transcendental and absonite divinity (106:8.12)

Deity omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent (F:I.10,12)

divine inevitability (F:XII.4) (115:7.6)

eventuating God of supertime and transcended space (F:II.14)

manifest to time universes as transcendental Almighty, the Omnipotent (118:2.4)

member of 2nd experiential Trinity (106:5.1)

supersupreme absonite unification of 1st experiential Trinity (F:IX.1–2) (F:XII.6)

transcendental power-personalization of entire master universe (106:4.2,4)

transcending time and space (1:7.7)

unification of Trinity as comprehended by absonite beings (F:IX.2) (10:8.2)

wholly experiential (F:VII.3)

had beginning but will not have end (F:IX.5)

identified with transcendentals; absonites (105:7.3–4)

Infinite Spirit compensates for incompleteness of (9:1.6)

involvement in emergent-energy manifestation (42:2.13)

is or sometime will be present to outer margin of 4th space level (12:6.9)

may endow midsoniters with spirit of absonity (36:4.8)

possible future union of Creator Sons and Creative Spirits may reveal (118:9.8)

present in Havona in absonite and superpersonal sense (14:6.26) (106:4.3)

reactions unpredictable (12:6.6)

Supreme indispensable to emergence of (118:0.9)

Transcendentalers are subject to (31:8.3)

transforms undifferentiated potentials into defined plans (118:4.6)

Trinity collaborates with, not Father, Son, or Spirit individually (10:7.3)

Trinity Ultimate activates eventuating presence of (106:4.1–4)

unification of master universe is eventuating act of (10:8.2)

Godad (goh' dad). A sixth-century B.C. hermit whose instructions concerning the traditions of the Melchizidek missionaries were ignored by Gautama Siddhartha Buddha. (1035,4) (94:7.4).

hermit to whom Gautama should have listened (94:7.4)

Godheads. See Eternal Son; Infinite Spirit; Universal Father

Godlikeness. See divinity; spiritual growth

gods and goddesses

early, were glorified departed humans (87:3.1)

false, in man's image (196:3.20)

primitives regarded Prince's staff as (66:4.1)

progress of science adds to mortality of false (102:6.1)

33 of Andites (94:1.2–3)


Agni (94:1.3) (94:4.6) (104:1.2)

Ahura-Mazda (95:6.2) (98:5.3)

Anu (95:1.4)

Aphrodite (95:1.7) (98:3.3)

Apollo (132:0.2)

Artemis (133:6.1)

Ashtoreth (95:1.7)

Ashur (97:6.2)

Astarte (95:1.7)

Aton (95:5.6–7,11)

Attis (98:4.2–5) (98:5.5)

Augustus (Emperor) (98:3.7–8)

Baal (97:1.3) (97:3.3) (97:9.24) (126:1.2)

banshees (96:1.14)

Bel (95:1.4) (97:6.2)

Bel-Marduk (95:1.10) (96:0.1)

Brahma q.v.

Brahman q.v.

brownies (96:1.14)

Buddha q.v.

centaurs (85:3.2)

Chemosh (96:1.14)

Cybele (98:4.2–5) (98:5.5)

Dagon (97:6.2)

Daphne (133:8.1)

Devouress (95:2.9)

Dionysus (98:2.10)

dragon (85:3.3)

dwarfs (96:1.14)

Dyans pitar (94:1.3)

Ea (95:1.4)

El (96:1.7)

El Shaddai q.v.

fairies (96:1.14)

Fate (98:1.3)

fates (96:1.14)

ghost gods (85:6.4)

Great Mother (Mithraism) (98:5.5)

Hestia (98:3.3)

Horus (95:2.6)

Indra (94:1.3) (94:4.6)

Ishtar (95:1.5–7)

Isis (95:5.12) (98:4.2–5)

Jehovah (94:12.1) (96:1.10)

Juno (132:0.2)

Jupiter (85:1.3) (98:3.3) (132:0.2)

Marduk (92:5.3) (95:1.4)

Mars (98:3.1)

mermaids (85:3.2)

Minerva (132:0.2)

Mithras (98:4.2–5) (98:5sec)

Nabu (95:1.4)

Neptune (130:3.4)

Nereids (96:1.14)

Nile god (98:4.5) (111:0.5)

Nog (67:5.5)

Osiris (95:2.9) (95:5.12) (97:6.2) (98:4.2–5)

Pandora (84:4.4)

Prajapati (94:1.4)

Prometheus (81:2.5)

Ramman (146:1.1)

Sakyamuni Buddha (94:11.3)

Set (95:2.6) (95:5.12)

Shamash (95:1.4)

Shang-ti (94:5.3)

Sin (god) (95:1.4)

Siva (94:4.5) (104:1.5)

Sol Invictus (98:5.3)

Soma (94:4.6)

Thor (80:5.4) (85:6.4)

Thoth (95:2.6)

Trimurti (94:4.4–5)

Venus (98:3.3)

Vesta (98:3.3)

Vishnu (94:4.5) (104:1.5)

Yahweh (96:1.3,12)

Zeus (98:1.3–4) (98:3.3)


first metal sought by man (81:3.4–5)

product of lava flows in Sierras (60:3.3)

when he tries me, I shall come forth as (3:3.2)

golden age

ages of light and life. See light and life

erroneous belief in onetime existence of (68:1.7) (74:8.13–14)

tradition of Eden lent substance to dream of a onetime (89:2.3)

golden calves

olden symbol of Yahweh plagued Moses (96:4.3)

symbolized Bedouin herders' concept of Sinai volcano (96:1.12) (96:5.8)

golden rule (52:5.8) (101:8.4). See also commandments

adherents of, must maintain adequate defense (71:4.4)

Andonites were taught (70:1.2)

based on infinite worth of finite (196:2.10)

levels of (140:5.1) (147:4sec)

literally interpreted, may become great offense (180:5.5)

living the golden rule

ethical and moral beings can learn to (50:5.8)

restated by Jesus demands active social contact (140:10.5) (159:5.13) (178:1.12)

spiritual insight essential to (52:6.5)

understood only by living (180:5.11)

misinterpretation of, promoted worship of insects (85:3.4)

revealed religion emphasizes (101:5.8)

statement of (118:8.10)

do unto others as you would have them do unto you (131:2.11) (131:3.6) (131:4.6) (131:9.4) (131:10.7)

love for father and mutual love among children (142:7.4) (163:4.8)

loving fellows as Jesus loved us (147:4.9) (180:5.5–11)

taught in Garden of Eden (74:7.3,5)


Jesus at (186:0.2) (187:1sec)

official crucifixion site of Jerusalem (187:1.4)


duel with David (70:1.19)


fabricated narratives relating to destruction (93:6.7) (93:8.1)

Gonod (goh' nahd). A wealthy Indian traveler and father of Ganid with whom Jesus traveled around the Mediterranean basin A.D. 22-23 (see Ganid)(1422,6)(129:2.9).

3 trips to China (130:0.6)

Indian businessman with whom Jesus journeyed to Rome (Papers 130, 132, 133) (129:2.9)

good. See goodness

good news. See gospel

good Samaritan

parable of (164:1sec)

good shepherd

Jesus was (182:1.10)

sermon on (165:1.2) (165:2sec)

goodness. See also truth, beauty, and goodness

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). See also providence

and evil (4:2.6) (130:1.5–6) (132:2sec) (159:5.10)

attempted service of, no substitute for religious experience (196:3.20)

basing life on highest consciousness of (110:3.7)

cannot come of evil to evildoer (54:4.7)

concept not inherent in physics (195:6.11)

defined as

carrying out divine plans (75:4.3)

finite maximum of experience (117:1.7)

fruit of the spirit (34:6.13) (193:2.2)

health of the soul (98:2.6)

living, relative, evil-contrasted, personal experience (132:2.3–7)

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

nearness to divinity (3:6.2) (56:10.12)

real (102:3.15)

revelation of Deity, infinite values (56:10.9–10)

shown in loving ministry of Father, Son, and Spirit (56:10.17–18)

stabilizing (2:7.12)

understandable only in relation to personality (1:7.3)

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

divinity comprehensible as (F:I.17)

indiscriminate kindness causes many social evils (140:8.13)

Jesus exalted, by commanding performance of (127:4.2)

Jesus went about doing good (100:7.8) (159:5.10) (171:7.9)

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

more quest than possession (132:2.8)

nature of goodness

act is potent in proportion to divinity of motivation (48:6.7)

all goodness takes origin in Father (8:2.7)

blesses everything, harms nothing; seeks lowest places (131:8.3)

cannot be divorced from greatness (28:6.21) (56:10.12) (100:7.17)

destroys evil (188:5.2)

devoid of grace, often repels (171:7.2)

goodness may be derived from time-limited evil (54:6.6–10)

highest forms unconscious (140:8.26) (170:3.9)

human likes and dislikes do not determine goodness (100:3.2)

no good act ever wholly lost (48:6.7)

understandable by contrast with evil (4:3.6)

none good but God (196:0.9) (196:2.2)

of God (2:6sec)

beneficence to righteous and wicked (131:5.2)

beyond man's comprehension (4:3.6)

found only in personal religious experience (2:6.1)

greatest evidence is indwelling Adjuster (2:5.5)

leads men into repentance (2:6.3) (48:6.8) (131:10.4) (143:2.7) (149:6.4)

return good for evil (140:2.15) (140:6.9)

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


appearance in Oligocene (61:2.7)

Gophna (143:0.1)


appearance in Miocene (61:3.12)

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

gospel. See also faith sons of God; Jesus: teachings; kingdom of heaven; religion; truth

acceptance immediately improves home life (177:2.6)

believers must love, more than mother, father, wife, husband, children, or siblings (150:4.3) (163:3.4) (171:2.2)

believers undependable unless gospel experienced in heart (177:5.2)

belongs to all who believe, not merely priests (191:6.3)

common people hear gladly (173:3.2) (174:4.7) (196:1.4)

difficult to perpetuate prior to printing (93:7.4)

do not try to fit into old forms of religious belief (138:5.2) (140:6.2) (147:7.2–3)

dominated by truth conviction (180:5.12)

evidence is love shown to one another (182:1.6)

explained. See also religion: explained

applies to individual, not state (140:8.5) (145:2.10)

by faith every mortal may have salvation (140:10.9)

by faith man becomes spirit-conscious of sonship with God (140:10.4,7) (141:4.2) (142:3.8) (181:2.12,18) (186:5.4)

cardinal features (170:4.3)

sacredness of the individual (138:8.9) (140:8.11) (140:10.5) (144:6.3) (170:3.10–11) (170:4.3) (171:7.4) (194:3.7) (195:1.1)

satisfactions of loving service (170:4.3). See also service

spiritual fellowship with Father (170:4.3). See also spiritual communion; spiritual growth; spiritual rebirth

spiritual transcendent over material (170:4.3). See also flesh

will as determining factor (170:4.3). See also consecration of choice; decisions; will

divine sonship, spiritual liberty, and eternal salvation (152:5.6)

fasting not part of (147:7.2)

fatherhood of God, sonship-brotherhood of men (92:5.13) (94:4.10) (132:4.2) (142:7.4) (143:1.7) (143:6.6) (149:2.4) (191:4.4) (192:4.7) (193:0.4) (194:0.3–4) (195:10.21)

founded on fact of Jesus' God-revealing life (191:5.3)

friendship with God (159:3.9)

gift of eternal life received by faith (191:4.3)

God is Father, we are his sons; believing this is salvation (141:6.2,4) (141:7.4) (147:3.3)

Jesus' teachings, not his personality (166:0.2) (170:5.19)

joy and liberty of new kingdom (136:0.2)

love of Father and service of his children (142:4.2) (178:1.4) (193:0.4)

not a cult about Jesus and his teachings (138:6.3)

not dependent on death or resurrection of Jesus (186:5.4) (193:2.2) (194:0.3,7) (194:4.4–5)

revelation of goodness of God (150:5.5)

salvation by faith alone; liberty through truth (140:10.1) (141:7.6) (150:5.2) (157:2.2) (163:2.4) (170:2.18)

seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness (140:1.5)

Sermon on Mount is not (140:4.1)

sets man free (170:2.1–2)

solvent for spiritual difficulties (194:2.1)

truth, beauty, goodness, love, and worship meaningful as fellowship with man and sonship with God (99:4.4)

unfolds truths of being (146:3.1)

frees men from burdens of formal religion (162:2.2)

he who knowingly denies, shall be denied by angels (165:3.5)

hidden from wise and self-righteous (163:6.3)

infectious in its transforming power (159:3.10)

Jesus dwells in all who believe (164:5.3)

left as Jesus presented, all religions would have accepted (149:2.1)

loyalty to, dependent on sound early home training (177:2.2)

messengers. See apostles of Jesus; disciples; evangelists, the seventy; messenger corps

must show increasing vitality, depth of spiritual power (178:1.15)

proclaiming. See also government: believers' relation to; kingdom of heaven: establishment

accord generous recognition (159:3.3)

all Urantia waiting for (94:12.7)

allow each apostolic teacher to teach his own view of (148:1.2)

always respect personality of man (159:3.2)

approach other religions with recognition of truths held in common (149:2.5)


appeal to fear, mind, religious hysteria, emotion, pity, or sentiment (152:6.2–4) (159:3.2,5)

attacking old ways, reforming mores; rather add new truth (95:1.6–9) (132:0.4) (141:6.2) (178:1.16)

becoming embroiled in politics (120:3.4) (137:7.5,12) (139:11.9) (140:8.9) (167:5.6)

creating artificial situations (136:8.8) (137:6.5) (140:1.5)

dishonesty, unfairness, ignoble tactics (125:5.8) (128:4.7) (149:4.5) (156:5.19) (166:4.12)

distracting details, flowery language (159:5.14)

diverting devotion from one duty to proclaim (141:7.4) (163:4.5) (178:1.11) (192:2.12)

false sympathy; indulgence of self-pity; mere fellowship in misery; withhold pity from cowards or quitters (159:3.11)

identifying with any particular race, culture, or political system (140:8.9–31) (140:10.6) (142:7.17) (194:3.9)

indulging in sarcasm or cynicism (159:3.4)

overpowering arguments, appeals, or miracles (129:3.5) (136:6.6) (136:8.2) (159:3.2)

promoting righteous cause by force (152:6.2–4) (159:3.2,5) (178:1.2–3,6)

requiring God-conscious men to reject their historic leadership (99:5.11)

striving (141:6.4) (178:1.16) (181:2.5)

subordination of gospel to physical ministry (145:5.1–7)

substituting wonders and healing for (147:3.2)

use of law or force to compel (16:7.9) (178:1.3,6,12)

be aggressive, unafraid, even to ends of earth (143:1.9) (178:1.14,16) (192:2.11–12) (195:10.1)

be bold and emphatic (141:7.8) (155:1.3)

be more gracious, less stringent in collateral social requirements (95:7.3)

by asking or answering questions (132:4.2)

cannot reveal God to those not seeking (132:7.1,2) (153:3.5)

challenge uncertainty of unbeliever by profound faith and certainty (103:8.5)

clash only when rulers throw themselves in way of (138:5.4) (178:1.16)

duty of those who know spirit realities (142:6.6)

effort attended by varying degrees of success (151:2.6)

employ analogies, true stories to illustrate one central truth, not fables or allegories (151:2.5) (151:3.3)

extent necessary to go to people reveals lack of righteous life (163:7.2)

fear not those who can kill the body (150:4.2)

first, get man securely within kingdom (141:6.2–4)

form of expression must be restated as language is revised (99:1.6)

freely you have received, freely give (159:1.5) (176:3.10) (193:0.5)

go into all the world, to every man, woman, and child (93:4.4) (94:7.2) (95:7.3) (100:7.6) (140:9.2) (163:4.2) (165:6.3) (182:1.5) (190:3.1) (190:4.1) (191:1.2) (191:4.4) (191:5.3) (191:6.3) (192:2.11–12) (193:0.5) (193:1.2) (193:2.2) (193:3.2) (193:5.2)

instruction for teachers and believers (159:3sec) (178:1sec)

live so as to lead others to inquire (130:2.4) (132:7.2) (140:1.7) (141:7.3) (155:1.5) (182:1.6) (191:6.2)

make provision for own support (180:0.2)

morality disseminated by moral fragrance (16:7.9)

no longer be concerned with commands to refrain (142:4.2)

no requirement to subscribe to things repugnant, unholy, or untruthful (155:6.5)

only law to obey is command to preach (192:2.11)

persistent preaching will be unbelievable liberation (178:1.9)

personal experience with God is only positive proof one can offer (1:2.5)

preach to all without fear or favor ((102:7.6)) (143:1.5) (192:2.2)

proclaim kingdom not just with words but in life (140:1.7)

proclaim whole truth, not just part (193:0.4)

promulgate only by power of spirit (152:6.2–4) (159:3.2,5) (178:1.2)

recipients felt they were conferring with, not confessing to, Jesus (171:7.5)

reiterate message (166:4.12) (178:1.9)

second-milers needed (195:10.5)

show diligence in gaining souls (169:2.2)

Spirit of Truth gives strong urge to proclaim (194:0.1)

spiritual experiences not described to convince unbelievers (1:6.6)

strange preacher not to be forbidden (159:2.1)

suit presentation of truth to audience (133:4.2) (151:3.1) (191:4.4)

those who give lives to proclaiming gospel shall live by gospel (140:6.13) (165:5.2–3)

uncertain troublous future in (155:5.13)

Salem's faith in God assures divine favor, eternal survival (94:11.13)

will triumph and be proclaimed to all nations (142:2.2) (143:1.4) (176:1.1)

Gospel of John. See John Zebedee: Gospel of John

Gospel of Luke. See Luke: Gospel of Luke

Gospel of Mark. See John Mark: Gospel of Mark

Gospel of Matthew. See Matthew Levi: Gospel of Matthew


speak not hearsay (138:8.4)

government. See also civilization; continental nation; institutions; nations; patriotism; sovereignty: political sovereignty; taxation; Urantia: celestial government

Adam failed to establish, outside Eden (74:5.5–7)

believers' relation to

afford no stumbling block (157:1.2,4)

be subject to; observe essentials of law (140:8.9) (175:1.8) (177:3.7)

conflict when rulers require worship which belongs only to God (133:4.3) (178:1.3) (181:2.10)

discourse on sonship and citizenship (178:1sec)

Jesus forbade apostles to become embroiled in politics (120:3.4) (137:7.5,12) (139:11.9) (140:8.9) (167:5.6)

make no denunciations of government (138:5.4) (178:1.16)

never identify Jesus' teachings with any political system (140:8.9–31) (140:10.6) (142:7.17) (194:3.9)

persecution by religious dictators (178:1.9)

render to Caesar what is Caesar's (140:8.9) (156:5.16) (174:2.2) (178:1.3) (181:2.10)

responsibility and morality of cosmic citizenship (39:4.9)

seek to win all parties; not be of any (137:7.5,12)

spirit will teach believers how to answer judges (176:1.1)

celestial. See also Urantia: celestial government

affairs of all worlds divinely supervised (3:1.1)

Father rules through his Sons (3:5.1–2)

none in Havona (14:3.1–2) (14:5.3)

not always possible to distinguish administrations of Father and Son (6:8.3)

spiritual administration of Eternal Son in superuniverses not discernible by creatures (7:2.4)

Trinity observers stationed from constellations to superuniverse headquarters (15:13.6)


dangers of (71:2.1)

fetish made of (88:3.4)

popular elections are right way even to do wrong thing (71:2.3)

history of government (Papers 70–71). See also civilization

abolition of slavery (71:8.5)

beginnings (70:5sec)

communism. See communism

councils of elders (70:5.2)

development (Paper 71)

development of industry and private property necessitated (70:0.1)

dictators prevailed in primitive government (70:12.2)

Iroquois lacked essentials of modern (71:1.3–11)

monarchial (70:6sec)

Onagar instituted efficient tribal (63:6.8)

origin of executive branch (70:5.5–9)

originally strong vs. weak (70:7.13)

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

unconscious development (70:0.2–3)

lower social orders no longer politically helpless (99:1.5)

mortal chief executives in light and life (55:4.12)

Most Highs rule in kingdoms of men (3:5.2) (43:3.4) (43:9.4) (50:2.6) (52:3.11) (97:8.5) (134:5.4) (136:9.6) (175:1.8) (175:3.2)

principles of government (Papers 70–72). See also courts; human rights; justice; law; military; taxation

    adjudication is highest function (22:4.3)

    best is balance of power between executive, legislative, and judicial branches (70:12.1)

    bestowal of honors in ideal state (71:3.9)

    care of the unfortunate (71:4.2)

    co-ordinate most while governing least (71:3.6) (71:5.2)

    compulsory education (71:4.2) (71:8.7) (72:4.1)

    compulsory employment (71:4.2) (72:6.4,6)

    conquest of dialects (71:8.12)

    control of tax levying (71:8.6)

    death penalty is state's right of self defense (133:4.12)

    divine ideal for, must be slowly discovered (70:12.8)

    effective only when power conferred on a person (70:6.1)

    equality of opportunity under law (81:5.6)

    essentials are liberty, security, education, social co-ordination (71:1.3–11) (71:3.1)

    founded on justice (132:4.8)

    government disappears in light and life (52:7.5) (55:3.2) (55:5.4)

    government employees disenfranchised in continental nation (72:9.4)

    governments may employ force (133:1.5) (133:4.12) (140:8.4) (178:1.2)

    ideals of statehood (71:3sec)

    in continental nation (72:2sec)

    individual liberties (71:4.2) (71:8.4)

    Jesus did not teach rules of government (140:6.6)

    national survival demands military preparedness (71:4.5)

    not what government is but what it does (71:3.1)

    of the people, by the people, and for the people (71:2.14)

    only sacred feature is division into executive, legislative, and judicial functions (71:8.1,3)

    posts held jointly by men and women in light and life (55:3.9)

    promotion of science and art (71:4.2)

    protection of home (71:4.2)

    race improvement (71:4.2)

    representative government is divine ideal of self-government (45:7.3) (70:12.1–2)

    sex equality (71:8.10)

    social welfare programs. See charity: by government

    stages to evolution of government; freedoms required (71:2.4–14) (71:8.2–15)

    strongest state has common language, mores, and institutions (71:1.1)

    system is of value only if it enhances welfare of individual and mankind (134:5.2)

    ultimately of, by, and for all mankind (134:5sec)

    Urmia lectures (134:5–6secs)


    cannot establish righteousness by laws (152:6.2–4) (159:3.2) (178:1.12)
    citizens not born for benefit of state (71:0.2) (134:5.16)
    dangers to be avoided (70:12.6)
    no great social or economic change should be effected suddenly (81:6.40)
    oppressive taxation and regulation interferes with individual liberties (134:6.10)
    reasons for decline of Roman Empire (195:3.8–9)
    secularism sells man into bondage to totalitarianism (195:8.4)
    separate church and state (71:8.4) (72:3.6) (178:1.9)
    subnormal man should be kept under society's control (68:6.11)
    wise nation knows when to cease growing (81:6.12)

    welfare programs. See charity: by government

self-government is highest type of representative (52:4.6)

state is territorial social regulative organization (71:1.1)

status of civilization portrayed by caliber of citizens who accept responsibilities of (71:3.7–9)

Urantia's celestial. See Urantia: celestial government

world government

anticipated structure (134:5.13–15) (134:6.8–11)

creation of (71:8.13)

national governments trustee sovereignty for international affairs into (134:6.10)

peace cannot prevail until creation of (72:12.5) (134:5.12)

sovereignty of mankind as a whole (134:5.2,5)

true democracy under (134:6.11)

governor general. See resident governors general

grace (God's mercy). See also mercy

advancement in all phases of religious experience (102:2.4)

and individual effort achieve perfection (32:3.9)

become God's sons by (144:4.3) (144:5.3)

creature's need wholly sufficient to call forth God's full (2:4.2,4)

empowers performance (144:5.7)

grow in, by living faith (147:8.5)

lavish mercy credit established for survival of all (28:6.5)

survivors enjoy extended opportunity for spiritual attainment interrupted by death (45:7.1)

time lag between sin and execution of penalty (54:3.2) (54:4sec)

grace (prayer before eating)

Jesus seldom neglected (143:3.4)

primitive method (87:2.9)


aroma of friendliness from love-saturated soul (171:7.1)

gradant (gray' dant). The standard weight measure on Jerusem which is equivalent to ten ounces of weight on Urantia. (519,3)(46:1.2).

Jerusem measure of weight; equals 10 Urantia ounces (46:1.2)

Graduate Guides (24:6.7secs)

Havona Servitals assist (25:1.5–6) (26:7.4)

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

Malvorian was the first (24:6.4–6)

never leave Havona (24:0.3) (24:6.9)

perfected Havona Servitals (24:7.1–7)

pilot pilgrims through Havona worlds; stay with same pilgrim throughout (24:6.1,3) (26:10.7)


determines nature of fruit (102:7.4)


apostles rubbed, on Sabbath (147:6.4)

custom to throw, upon newlyweds (83:4.5)

Grand Canyon

geology (58:7.5)

Grandfanda  (grand fahn' da). The first ascendent mortal to reach Havona. He was a pilgrim from a planet in superuniverse number one. (270,5)(24:6.7).

Grand Lama

Tibetan religious leader (94:10.2)

grand universe. See also master universe; superuniverses, the seven; universe

7 superuniverses plus Havona (F:0.6) (12:1.7) (15:2.9)

Ancients of Days and Seven Master Spirits are eternally fixed as administrators of (F:VIII.4)

dependent on future universes of outer space for finite transcendence (117:6.20)

depends upon unfailing energies emanating from nether Paradise (116:7.2)

ever seeks for complete unification (117:1.3)

incomplete, unsettled; present edge is ragged (12:1.7)

living organism (116:7sec)

registry number for Urantia (15:14.8)

seven Supreme Spirit groups are directors of (17:0.1)

uses only 5% of Paradise (absolute) gravity (12:3.4)


civilized man loves (66:7.4) (84:7.10)


acting head of Corps of the Finality (112:7.13)

chief of Supreme Council of Destiny (31:10.2–3,13)

exclusive jurisdiction over Gravity Messengers (31:2.1)

first mortal to attain Havona (7:5.8) (24:6.4–8) (119:0.2)


began forming 1-1/2 billion years ago (57:7.5)

cooled lava (58:5.5)


clusters on lintel of synagogue (153:2.8)

Jeremiah on sour (145:2.5–6)


abundant in Cretaceous (60:3.19)

God clothes (165:5.3)

increase in varieties in Miocene (61:3.2)

gratification. See self-gratification

graves. See also tombs

first land titles granted for (69:9.14)

gravita. (gra vee' tah). The name given to energy-matter of dual constitution, which is responsive to linear gravity, and which is the basis of the physical systems of the superuniverses. (126,3)(11:8.7). See also energy; Universe Power Directors

30 energy systems comprise (15:8.2)

also known as universe power (F:VI.7)

constitution of material organizations in superuniverses (11:8.7) (42:5.6)

energy responsive to linear gravity; electronic stage (F:VI.7)

Paradise postgravity response (11:8.7)

power centers and physical controllers partially control (15:8.2)

responds to Paradise gravity (F:VI.7)

working energy useful to superuniverses (42:2.14–15)

gravity. See also antigravity


absolute circuits of personality, spirit, mind, and energy-matter (12:3.1) (15:9.1–2)

absolute presence circuits independent of time and space (12:3.2) (42:11.4)

absolute presence circuits not related to nether Paradise force center (12:3.1–2) (12:8.2)

all forms of force-energy subject to presences of (12:3.1)

centers in Father's personal presence (11:1.4) (56:1.3)

creation inherently coheres and consists in God (3:1.7)

laws of force, energy, and matter (15:4.1)

life, pattern, not responsive to (F:VI.10–13) (36:6.6)

Paradise Deities act directly in circuits of (116:3.1)

unification is universal and unvarying (56:1.3)


material gravity (12:3.4)

        acts in plane perpendicular to mass (11:8.9)

        antigravity annuls within a local frame (9:3.3)

        ascenders' minds become less subject to (7:3.2) (12:8.5)

        calcium atom partially defies, by juggling electron (41:6.4–5)

        converges in nether Paradise (F:III.6) (3:2.4) (5:6.11) (11:1.4) (11:8.2)

        creation of each universe requires adjustment of (3:4.2)

        creation of Havona first evidence of (8:1.4)

        dark gravity bodies encircling Havona complement Paradise gravity (11:8.2)

        equilibrated by motion and space (12:4.16)

        factors preventing gravity from converting all energy to matter (15:8.5–6)

        first operative upon creation of Havona (8:1.4)

        highly predictable (12:6.5)

        independent of time (42:11.4)

        less on Jerusem than Urantia (45:0.1)

linear (local) gravity

computable only by knowing Paradise gravity (12:3.4)

not operative below level of atomic matter (42:6.2)

operates wherever materialization has taken place (11:8.3)

pertains to electrical stage of energy or matter (11:8.3)

        Lucifer said, was inherent (53:3.2)

        maintains suns' brilliance (41:8.2)

        mass in matter retards velocity in energy (15:8.3)

        organizes matter (15:8.10)

        Paradise gravity is form of (11:8.7)

        pervaded space exerts antigravity influence upon (11:8.3)

        physical presence of Paradise, which is source and substance of gravity (9:1.7) (9:3.1) (11:8.1)

        prevents theoretical absolute zero (42:4.6)

        quantitative determiner of nonspirit energy (12:8.5)

        real and eternally dependable (9:3.1)

        response modified by intervening space inversely as square of distance (42:11.5)

        science can never know what it actually is (133:5.4)

        sole control of energy-matter (F:VI.11)

        ultimatons not subject to (41:9.2)

mind gravity (3:1.6) (9:6sec) (12:3.6)

        85% takes origin in existing grand universe (12:3.6)

        centers in Infinite Spirit (5:6.11) (11:1.4) (56:3.1)

        circuit in Nebadon (34:4.1)

        draws all divine thoughts and perfect ideas (9:6.2)

        independent of time (42:11.4)

        Material Sons maintain immortal status through circuit of (75:7.5)

        part of Infinite Spirit's personal consciousness (9:6.1)

        unerringly clutches all vital meanings (115:6.1)

Paradise gravity (3:1.6) (11:8sec)

        Adjusters traverse space over instantaneous and universal circuits of (107:6.4–5)

        all forms of basic energy obey (12:1.1)

        also known as absolute gravity (11:8.3)

        best illustration of unity of material universes (56:1.2)

        form of physical gravity (11:8.7)

        grand universe absorbs only 5% of (12:3.4)

        grasps basic units of material existence (115:6.1)

        holds physical universes together (8:4.1)

        linear gravity computable only by knowing (12:3.4)

        Paradise force organizers modify segregata to be responsive to (11:8.6)

        stages of response (11:8.4–7)

        swing of eternal circle of universe (41:9.2)

        ultimata not responsive to (15:4.1)

    personality gravity. See personality circuit

    spirit gravity (3:1.6) (7:1sec) (12:3.5)

        adequate for an unlimited universe (6:4.1)

        as real and absolute as material gravity (7:1.3) (12:8.4)

        attracts in accordance with degree of spirit nature; its quality, degree of actuality (7:1.3–4,8)

        circuit is like neural circuits in human body (7:3.4)

        circuits are never permanent possession of ascenders (117:5.7–8)

        circuits in Nebadon are Holy Spirit and Spirit of Truth (34:4.1)

        exists to lesser degree in many Paradise orders of sonship (7:1.5)

        finaliter alliance with (117:5.3)

        holds all spiritualized individuals (7:3.2)

        independent of time and space; undiminished in transmission (7:1.2) (42:11.4)

        leads directly back to, centers in, Eternal Son (5:6.11) (6:3.2) (6:4.1) (6:5.2) (7:1.1) (7:5.6) (7:6.7) (11:1.4) (12:8.4) (56:3.1)

        literally pulls mortal souls Paradiseward (7:3.2)

        not operative on outer space levels (12:3.5)

        operates directly upon fundamental values of spirit existence (115:6.1)

        qualitative measure of divinity (12:8.5)

        reactions are dependable and measurable (7:1.8)

        sin and rebellion do not interfere with (7:1.7)

        spirit presence of Eternal Son is channel of all spirit communion (194:2.12)

transmits genuine prayers (7:3.3)

gravity bodies, dark. See dark gravity bodies

gravity energy

Paradise gravity-responding energy, ancestor of all matter; form of ultimata (42:2.12)

Gravity Messengers

all but infinite spirit personalities (31:2.2)

Divinington home of (13:1.6)

in Paradise classification (30:1.11)

inscrutable work (108:4.5)

liaison with Brilliant Evening Stars (37:2.11)

modified and personalized Adjusters (31:2.2)

move independently of time and space (23:2.16)

not available to superuniverse administrators (23:3.2)

one becomes finaliter with staff of 999 (31:2.3)

under Grandfanda and Corps of Mortal Finaliters (31:2.1)

without discoverable form (42:12.3)

Great Beyond

Onagar's concept of the hereafter (63:6.7)

Great Britain. See British Isles

great commandment (174:4sec). See also commandments

Great Lakes

created in ice age (61:7.10)

Great Mother cult. See Mother of God cult

great pyramid. See pyramids

Great River

Egyptians expected ka would be waiting on other side of (111:0.6)

Great Sources and Centers. See Eternal Son; Infinite Spirit; Universal Father

great supper

parable of (167:2sec)

great Urantian agreement. The 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."

greater, the

seek, and lesser will be found therein (165:5.3)

Greater Road. See also Buddhism

dual Buddhist concept of God and the Absolute (94:12.2)

Mahayana Buddhism; progressive doctrine (94:9.4–5)


achieved by steadfastly beholding and pursuing goodness (28:6.21–22) (56:10.12) (100:7.17)

always unconscious growth (100:1.7)

derives from doing will of God (39:4.14)

gained by making wise and divine use of one's strength (48:7.27)

greatest is server of all (56:10.14) (140:1.6) (171:0.6) (175:1.10)

manifested by self-control (28:6.20)

shown in unselfish labor for worthy beings in need and distress (28:6.20) (140:4.6)

spiritual, consists in understanding love (158:6.3)

synonymous with divinity (28:6.21)

worldly greatness

apostles desired preference (138:7.1) (158:4.4) (158:6.2–3) (158:8.1) (171:0.6) (179:1sec) (179:3.9)

assistants of early kings (70:6.5)

refrain from contending for (179:1sec) (179:5.7)

Greece (98:1sec). See also Athens; Corinth; Greeks

Greek history

Andrew crucified in Achaia (139:1.12)

art and genius of, direct legacy of Adamson and Ratta (77:5.10) (80:7.5)

Aryan invaders nearly destroyed Salem teachings (98:1.2)

Athens cultural center of (133:5.1–2)

Corinth capital of Achaia (133:2.5)

Hellenistic Empire could not endure (195:1.8)

hordes of inferior slaves (80:7.6,13) (98:1.1)

in 5000 B.C. purest Adamite strains were in (80:7.9)

influence on Rome (98:3.3)

naval invasion of Egypt (96:3.5)

settled by 375 Adamsonites ca. 10,000 B.C. (80:7.3–4)

some Andites entered Europe via (80:4.1)

Greek language

Jesus spoke (123:2.7) (123:5.1,6)

New Testament written in (195:2.7)

spoken by better strata of Jews in times of Jesus (121:6.2)

translation of Hebrew scriptures into. See Old Testament: Greek translation

widespread in times of Jesus (121:1.1,3)

Greek religion (98:1.2secs). See also mystery cults; Platonism

30 stones reverenced in (85:1.3)

absence of priests, sacred scriptures freed minds (98:1.5) (98:2.7) (98:6.1)

advanced ethical system practically without Deity (98:2.11)

annual ritual bathing (85:4.1)


defilement arose from pork, garlic, and menstruating women (84:4.8)

in 3 souls (86:5.13)

in immortality, provisionally (195:2.8)

in oracles (90:2.8)

man descending from perfection to destruction (148:4.9)

matter as shadow of spirit (12:8.16)

triad gods (104:0.3)

weak men have weak souls (86:4.8)

did not promise salvation or quench spiritual thirst, therefore perished (98:2.1)

distinction between inanimate and animate (103:6.10)

exalted beauty (191:5.3) (196:3.16)

had philosophy and science, hardly a religion (130:3.5) (155:1.4)


of Amenemope (95:4.4)

of Ikhnaton (95:5.14)

on Christianity (98:7.10) (195:0.1secs)

intelligent Greeks never regarded gods of, seriously (98:1.4) (98:2.4) (195:1.6–7)

mythology more aesthetic than ethic (98:1.6)

orgiastic plunge into mystery cults (98:2.10–11)

promised salvation from disharmony (5:4.5–8)

source of mythological traditions (80:7.5)

thought contrasted to that of Hebrews (98:2.7–9)

was trivial and venal (98:3.2)

watchword was "know yourself" (5:4.8)

greed. See envy

Greeks. See also Greece

backbone of early Christian church (195:3.6)

carried Christianity to whole Roman Empire (195:0.1secs)

contrasted with Jews and Romans (191:5.3)

favored monogamous marriage (83:6.3)

first recognized disease results from natural causes (90:3.9) (90:4.9)

great teachers, artists, traders, and colonizers (80:7.12–13)

individual Greeks

Alexander the Great q.v.

Anaxagoras (98:2.6)

Aristotle (98:2.6) (121:6.3)

contractor in Corinth (133:4.6)

inquiring Greeks q.v.

mistress of inn in Corinth (133:4.8)

philosopher in Athens (133:5sec)

philosopher in Ramah (146:3.1–2) (148:8.2)

physician in Rome (132:4.5)

Plato (92:5.9) (98:2.6)

Rodan of Alexandria q.v.

Sato, leader of Adamsonite settlers (80:7.3–4)

not much interested in philosophy of self-realization, abstract Deity (98:2.10)

philosophy aimed at emergence of individual (195:1.1)

plunged into intellectual stagnation, moral depravity, and spiritual poverty (98:2.10–11)

treated women better than most (84:5.6)

understood evolutionary character of human progress (74:8.5)

willing to borrow good ideas (195:1.3)

green race (64:6.17–20). See also races

destroyed and absorbed remnants of orange race 100,000 years ago (64:6.13,18) (64:7.14,16)


by 15,000 B.C. (78:3.7)

enslaved and absorbed by yellow, blue, and indigo races (51:4.6) (64:6.18–20)

race is particularly subject to (52:2.5)

virtually destroyed themselves by war (64:7.7)


on 24 counselors (45:4.9)

revival of culture under (64:6.17)

India absorbed much of (64:6.18) (79:2.2)

indigo in Sahara carried extensive strains of (78:1.10)

less able group (64:6.17)

persisted in Burma, India, Indo-China, southern Pacific islands (64:6.18) (78:1.9) (79:6.2–3)

strains of giantism (51:4.2) (64:6.19)


Andonite migration to (64:7.17–18) (78:1.5)

geology (59:1.13) (59:4.14) (59:5.20) (60:4.3) (61:1.7) (61:2.3) (61:3.1) (61:5.4) (61:5.6)

slow westward drift (58:4.3)

greensand marl

Cretaceous deposition (60:3.9)

Gregorian calendar

used in Urantia Papers (57:0.1) (126:3.1)

grief. See anxiety; depression; fear; sorrow

groups. See also co-operation; fellowship of believers; friendship; individual, the; parts and the whole

3 persons are minimum group (10:2.3) (39:3.6)

celestial involvement

Creator Son rules supreme in relations between groups (32:4.4)

dispensational resurrections keep groups together for long effective service (30:4.6)

groups fall within jurisdiction of social architects (39:3.6)

mind planner seraphim organize teamwork on mansion worlds (48:6.13)

selective assorters group morontia personalities for projects (48:2.17)

Spirit of Truth lessens self-assertiveness of groups (194:3.18)

transition from universe phases usually by classes (37:6.5)

leadership. See also leadership

effectiveness of groups depends upon (81:6.37)

unfailingly provided for groups (181:2.16)

legislative and judicial authority vested in (159:1.6)

organization studied in Melchizedek University (35:3.13)

Paul was a great organizer (195:0.6)

perfecting ability to live in intimate contact with lessened irritability (43:8.9)

spirit gravity creates cohesiveness among believing (7:1.6)

submitting self to disciplines of (43:8.4)

survivors depart for Jerusem in (47:9.3)

Thomas abided by group decisions (139:8.8)

value of

accomplish more permanent things by working with brethren (181:2.22)

groups anticipate and transcend individual capacities (106:3.4)

man benefits by loyalty to human associations and temporal institutions (100:2.6)

members reap benefits and suffer consequences of others' actions (12:7.11) (54:6.3–4) (145:2.8)

organized groups vastly stronger than sum of individuals (10:5.2) (68:1.4–5)

partnership technique quadruples achievement possibilities (43:8.11)

progress of each individual augmented through achievement of group (100:0.1)

spiritual growth stimulated by intimate association with other religionists (100:0.2)

value of group is square the number of personalities (133:5.6)

growth. See also balance; progress; spiritual growth

finite growth

fullness of evolution will witness exhaustion of capacity for (117:5.14)

terminates with completion of Supreme (117:2.2)

indicated by progress, not products (100:1.3)

intellectual acquisition part of universe growth (37:6.6)

nature of growth

always unconscious (100:3.7)

augmentation of status (117:2.2)

confusion goes before growth (99:6.1)

decisions open up new capacity for growth (115:3.16)

evolution is cosmic technique of (100:3.7)

greatest where external pressures are minimum (103:5.11)

infinity of God means eternity will not exhaust (106:7.6)

man cannot cause growth only supply favorable conditions (100:3.7)

overrapid growth is suicidal (39:4.12)

prejudice and ignorance are chief inhibitors of growth (100:1.2)

problems of growth (100:4sec)

punctuated by moments of transient goal attainment (118:0.10,12)

should be lifelong (100:1.2)

Supreme is source of evolutionary growth (117:2sec)

occurs because

innate drives toward growth function unless inhibited (100:1.6)

interassociation of Original, Actual, and Potential result in possibility for growth (115:3.9)

of creature-Creator partnership (116:0.3)

of innate search for destinies commensurate with infinity source (105:5.5)

of nature of the Sevenfold, Supreme, and Ultimate (115:3.9)

of partiality of existence, incompleteness of nature (115:7.1)

time lag provides opportunity for (106:1.1–2)

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

some persons too busy for (100:1.2)

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

grudges. See revenge

guardian angels (113:0–1secs). See also guardians of destiny; resurrection; seraphim

after subjects' death

accompany defeated wards if remanded to superuniverses (25:8.10)

attend youths in probationary nursery (47:2.6)

group guardians reassemble their subjects in resurrection halls (113:6.7) (189:3.2)

hold survivors' souls as sacred trust (30:4.8) (47:3.3) (49:6.4) (113:3.4) (113:6sec)

indispensable to terrestrial escape (49:6.4)

respond to roll call of justice for nonsurviving subjects (113:6.8)

survivors first see, on mansion worlds (113:7.1)

all volunteer for their assignments (113:2.3,7)

arrive on inhabited worlds with first Adjuster (40:5.6) (49:6.4)

assigned in accordance with human intelligence, spirituality, and destiny (113:1.2)

came in great numbers in days of Onagar (63:6.9)

cherubim and sanobim always associated with, on earth, but not on mansion worlds (38:7.3) (38:8.5)

known as guardians of destiny when assigned to one human soul (113:2.1)

many who rebelled have repented; now detained on Jerusem (113:6.10)

may serve on a planet for ages; become custodians for thousands of souls (113:2.4) (113:6.9)

number hairs of head (165:3.4–5)

seraphic guardians ministering to groups (113:0–1secs)

study in schools for seraphim on mansion worlds (113:7.2)

technique of service

act in mortals' behalf independent of prayers, appeals (113:5.3)

act to make best possible use of course mortals choose (113:5.4)

constantly manipulate mortal environment to augment cosmic insight (113:3.5) (113:4.4)

do not invade sanctity of human mind or manipulate human will (113:5.1)

intrude only in emergencies and then usually on direct orders (113:5.4)

most active when Adjusters are least active (113:4.5)

no communication with indwelling Adjusters (113:4.5) (113:5.1)

physical contacts with mankind are very unusual (113:5.5)

guardians of destiny (Paper 113) (113:2sec). See also guardian angels; resurrection; seraphim

after subjects' death

custodians of mind patterns, memory formulas, and soul realities of mortal survivors between death and resurrection (113:3.4)

forever in communication with former wards (113:7.6)

hold survivors' souls as sacred trust (30:4.8) (49:6.4) (113:3.4) (113:6sec)

possible immediate resurrection for mortals with (112:4.5) (112:5.10)

preserve records after subjects' death (113:6.1,5)

retain soul, static formulas of identity, essential to repersonalization (112:3.5) (112:5.13)

tribunals must absolve from blame if subjects fail to survive (108:5.10) (113:6.3)


2 to each mortal; complement of being is recorder (113:1.8) (113:2.7,9)

according to psychic circle attainment, spiritual consecration, enrollment in reserve corps (113:1.5–8) (113:2.1)

brought Adjusters prior to Spirit of Truth (108:2.6)

in accordance with human intelligence, spirituality, and destiny (113:1.2)

to all 3rd psychic circlers (49:6.8)

to all surviving Adjuster-fusion mortals (39:8.5–8) (113:2.1)

to reservists (114:7.2)


most enter Corps of Mortal Finaliters (39:8.10)

pair achieves spiritual bi-unification on Seraphington; fuse with non-Adjuster Father fragment (113:7.8)

some become mind planners after wards fail to survive (48:6.13)

surest seraphic passport to Paradise is service as guardian of destiny (39:1.6) (39:8.4–5) (113:7.7)

develop abiding affection for their human associates (113:2.5)


had no personal guardian after his baptism (123:2.2) (136:4.8)

sent personal guardian away while on Mount Hermon (134:8.2,8)

majority temporarily detach from subjects during Havona (39:8.7–8)

Rantowoc first to receive (113:2.2)

technique of service

continue ministry in light and life (55:4.2)

correlate, unify, and personalize impersonal spirit influences for subject (113:3.1–5)

gain valuable experience on non-Adjuster fusion worlds (113:2.3)

influence mortals in every manner consistent with dignity of personality (113:5.1)

statement in extenuation of difficulties (111:7.4–5)

guilt. See also forgiveness; shame; sin

arises from

consciousness of violating mores; not necessarily sin (89:10.3–4)

failure to resolve ego contentions (103:5.4)

interrupted spiritual communion or lowering moral ideals (103:4.3)

sense of separation from Father's full approval (174:1.4)

dealing with

be not downcast by failure to forget regrettable experiences (156:5.8)

Jesus destroyed basis of all fictitious guilt (103:4.4)

refuse to harbor feelings of guilt (156:2.7)

detected by ordeals of poison, fire, and pain (70:10.5–7)

Peter crushed after denying Jesus (184:2.8–9,13)


defeated Sumerians (78:8.10)


between matter and thought, material mind and spiritual love (112:2.6)

vast, between human and the divine (110:4.5)

Gulf of Mexico

geology (59:2.7)

marine life evolved in (59:6.9)

Gulf Stream

ancient course (59:1.13)

functioned in Miocene as today (61:3.9)


in Oligocene (61:2.12)

Guru Nanak

recent religious leader (92:5.5)

synthesized Sikhism (92:5.12)


deposits (60:1.1)

Triassic erosion deposits (60:1.1)


illustrates effect of antigravity (9:3.3)