Index: the Letter N

Nabal

rich Edomite; King David married widow of (97:9.10)

Nabodad (nab' oh dad). One of the Salem teachers and missionaries. The leader of the Salem missionary school at Kish, whose ill-advised efforts at social reform led to the defeat of the Melchizedek teachings in Mesopotamia. (1043,1)(95:1.6).

Salem leader of school at Kish (95:1.6)

Nabon (nay' bahn). A Greek Jew and a leader of the Mithraic mystery cult in Rome who had many conferences with Jesus, during the latter's Mediterranean tour. He was most lastingly impressed with a discussion of truth and faith. (1459,1)(132:3.1).

Greek Jew, Mithraic high priest (132:3.1,11)

Naboths

murdered with his sons by Ahab to get their land (97:3.6) (97:9.19)

Nabu

one of chief Mesopotamian deities (95:1.4)

Nahor (evangelist)

blundered at Nazareth rejection (150:9.3)

Nahor (Old Testament)

Abraham's lukewarm brother (93:5.4–5) (93:9.4)

Moses gathered descendants of (96:5.9)

Nahor (rabbi)

came from Jerusalem to Nazareth to observe Jesus (123:6.8–9)

nails

ancients regarded as fetishes (88:1.8)

Thomas would not believe until seeing marks of (191:5.4)

used in crucifixion (187:2.1)

Nain (124:1.12) (137:2.8)

hill of (122:6.1)

Joseph father of Jesus worked at (123:3.8)

widow's son at (146:6sec)

Nalda

at Jesus' 17th appearance (193:1sec)

Jesus' first pronouncement of divine nature to (143:5.7–8)

woman by the well; from Sychar (143:5sec)

Nambia (nam' bee ah). The first-born Life Carrier in Nebadon, who serves with Gabriel and the Father Melchizedek as director of this order of local universe sonshipage. (396,3)(36:1.2)

first-born Life Carrier of Nebadon (36:1.2)

names for God mentioned in the papers.

•             Adonai:

•             Agni:

•             Ahura-Mazda:

•             Allah:

•             Amida Buddha:

•             Anu:

•             Aphrodite:

•             Apollo:

•             Artemis:

•             Ashtoreth:

•             Ashur:

•             Astarte:

•             Aton:

•             Attis:

•             Baal:

•             Bel:

•             Bel-Marduk:

•             Brahma:

•             Breath Giver:

•             Buddha:

•             Chemosh:

•             Cybele:

•             Dagon:

•             Daphne:

•             Dionysus:

•             Dyaus Pitar:

•             Dyaus-Zeus:

•             Ea:

•             El:

•             El Elyon:

•             El Shaddai:

•             Elohim:

•             Gautama:

•             Hestia:

•             Horus:

•             Indra:

•             Ishtar:

•             Isis:

•             Jah:

•             Jehovah:

•             Jove:

•             Juno:

•             Jupiter:

•             Kyrios:

•             Marduk:

•             Mars:

•             Minerva:

•             Mithra:

•             Nabu:

•             Neptune:

•             Nereids:

•             Nog:

•             Osiris:

•             Pandora:

•             Prajapati:

•             Prometheus:

•             Ramman:

•             Set:

•             Shamash:

•             Shang-ti:

•             Sin:

•             Siva:

•             Sol Invictus:

•             Soma:

•             Tao:

•             Thor:

•             Thoth:

•             Trimurti:

•             Venus:

•             Vesta:

•             Vishnu:

•             Yahweh:

•             Zeus:

names of humans on Urantia mentioned in the papers.

after fusion, mortals receive their real (47:8.5) (108:3.3)

human subjects often known by numbers of their Adjusters (108:3.3)

parents' name pride in children's success (84:7.10,15)

primitive man regarded as separate entities; could be pawned (88:5.5)

revelators found it difficult to translate meaningful (18:4.3)

Andon & Fonta's Descendants

Andon:

Fonta: 

Sonta-an:

Sonta-en:

Sontad:

Badonan

Aaron, OT 

Aaron the stone mason 

Abimelech: 

Abiram: 

Abner: 

Abraham: 

Abraham the Pharisee:

Abram: 

Absalom: 

Aden: 

Agrippa, Herod: 

Ahab: 

Alexander

Alexander the Great

Alexander, Jewish banker

Alexander, son of Simon of Cyrene

Amatha: 

Amaziah: 

Amdon:

Amenemope

Amenhotep III 

Amos, Jesus' baby brother

Amos, Kheresa lunatic

Amos, lunatic, cont.

Amos, friend of John Mark

Amosad: 

Anaxagoras: 

Anaxand: 

Angamon: 

Anna: 

Annan: 

Annas:

Antipas, Herod: 

Aquila: 

Archelaus, Herod: 

Ardnon: 

Arimathea, Joseph of

Aristotle: 

Arius: 

Ashurbanipal: 

Asoka: 

Athanasius:

Augustus: 

Azariah:

Bablot:

Badonan: 

Baptist, John the

Barabbas: 

Barak: 

Barnabas: 

Bartholomew: 

Bartimeus: 

Bathsheba:

Bautan: 

ben:

Bernice: 

Beth-Marion:

Boatbuilder of Capernaum: 

Buddha, Amida

Caesar:

Augustus:

Tiberius

Caligula

Claudius

Caiaphas:

Caleb:

Caligula:

Carpenter of Nazareth:

Cedes:

Celsus:

Ch'in Shih Huang Ti:

Chang:

Chazan:

Chedorlaomer:

Child of Destiny:

Child of Promise:

Christ Michael:

Chuza:

Cicero:

Claudia Procula:

Claudius:

Claudus:

Clement:

Cleopas:

Confucius:

Constantine:

Cornelius:

Crispus:

Cymboyton:

Cyrus:

Daniel:

David:

Deborah:

Diogenes:

Dorcas:

Eber:

Elihu:

Elijah:

Elijah Mark:

Elisha:

Elman:

Enoch:

Esther:

Enoch:

Ezda:

Ezekiel:

Ezra:

Ezra:

Rebecca:

Ezra:

Ezra:

Ezra:

Ezraeon:

Fantad:

Flavius:

Fortune:

Gadiah:

Gaius:

Gamaliel:

Ganid:

Gautama:

Genghis Khan:

Gideon:

Godad:

Goliath:

Gonod:

Guru Nanak:

Hagar:

Haggai:

Hammurabi:

Han:

Herod Agrippa.

Herod Antipas.

Herod Archelaus.

Herod the Idumean

Herod the Great

Herodias:

Hesunanin Onamonalonton:

Hezekiah:

Hildana:

Hiram:

Honen Shonin:

Hosea:

Hyrcanus, John:

Idumean, Herod the (Great):

Ikhnaton:

Imhotep:

Isaac:

Isaac:

Isador:

Isaiah:

Isaiah (first)

Isaiah (second)

Jacob:

Jacob:

Jacob:

Jacob:

Jacob:

Jacob:

Jairus:

James of Safed:

James, Epistle writer

Jaram the Hittite:

Jehoash:

Jehonadab:

Jehu:

Jephthah:

Jeramy:

Jeremiah:

Jeroboam:

Jethro:

Jezebel:

Joab:

Joash:

Johab:

John Hyrcanus:

John Mark:

Gospel of Mark

Jose:

Joseph:

Joseph:

Joseph of Arimathea:

Joshua:

Josiah:

Josiah:

Judas Maccabee:

Maccabees

Justa:

Justus:

Karuska:

Katro:

Keturah:

Kirmeth:

Kung Fu-tse:

Confucius

Lamech:

Lao-Tse:

Lazarus:

Lot:

Luke:

Gospel of Luke

Malach:

Malachi:

Malchus:

Manasseh:

Mangus:

Mansant:

Marcus:

Mardus:

Mark family

Mark, Elijah:

Mark, John:

Gospel of Mark

Mark, Mary:

Martha:

Martha:

Mary:

Mary:

Mary:

Matadormus:

Micah:

Micaiah:

Michal:

Miriam:

Mo Ti:

Mohammed:

Moses:

Nabodad:

Nabon:

Naboth:

Nahor:

Nahor:

Nahor:

Nalda:

Nanak, Guru:

Naomi:

Nasanta:

Nathan:

Nathan:

Nathan of Cana:

Nathan of Busiris:

Nathaniel:

Nasanta:

Nebuchadnezzar:

Necho:

Nicodemus:

Noah:

Noah:

Norana:

Nordan the Kenite:

Obadiah:

Og:

Okhban:

Omri:

Onagar:

Onamonalonton, Hesunanin:

Orlandof:

Orvonon:

Ovid:

Pantaenus:

Paul of Tarsus:

Pepi:

Perpetua:

Pharoah:

Philip:

Philo of Alexandria:

Pilate, Pontius:

Pindar:

Plato:

Pontius Pilate:

Porshunta:

Priscilla:

Procula, Claudia:

Ptolemy:

Rachel:

Rantowoc:

Rebecca:

Rebecca, in love with Jesus

Rodan:

Rufus:

Ryonin:

Sakyamuni Buddha:

Salome Zebedee:

Samson:

Samuel:

Sarah:

Sargan

Sargon:

Sargon:

Sasta:

Sato

Saul:

Saul of Tarsus (Paul)

Segub:

Selta:

Sethard:

Shalmaneser III:

Shemer:

Shinran:

Shonin, Honen:

Siddhartha, Gautama:

Silas:

Simeon:

Simeon:

Simon:

Simon:

Simon of Cyrene:

Simon:

Simon of Bethany:

Simon the Pharisee:

Simon of Bethphage:

Singlangton:

Sisera:

Socrates:

Solomon:

Stephen:

Susanna:

Talmai:

Teherma:

Tenskwatawa:

Terah:

Thor:

Tiberius:

Tiglath:

Timothy:

Titus:

Titus:

Titus

Todan:

Tubal-Cain:

Tutankhamen:

Uriah:

Uzziah:

Vergil:

Veronica:

Widow of Nabal:

Xenophanes:

Zaccheus:

Zebedee:

Salome Zebedee:

Zechariah:

Zoroaster:

names of places on Urantia mentioned in the papers:

Abila:    

Achaia:   

Actium:

Adirondack:

Africa:                                                      

Akkad:

Alabama:  

Alaska:     

Alexandria:                                           

Alps:        

Amathus:      

America:                     

Antarctica:    

Antioch:                  

Antipatris:  

Appian:   

Arabia:                

Arabs:  

Ararat:

Arbela:

Archelais:  

Areopolis:

Arimathea:            

Armageddon:

Artemis:

Ascendington:      

Ashtaroth:

Asia:                                                     

Athens:     

Atlantic:                 

Australasian:  

Australia:                

Baalperazim:

Babel:   

Bablod:

Bablot:

Babylon:               

Bagdad:

Baluchistan:  

Bashan:

Batanea:   

Beeroth:

Beersheba:  

Beirut:

Beit Jenn:

Benares:

Bengal:  

Bering Strait:     

Bethmarion:

Bethmeon:

Bethpeor:

Bethshean:

Bethzur:

Bethabara:

Bethany:                                                       

Bethel:   

Bethesda:  

Bethlehem:                

Bethphage:         

Bethsaida:                                                              

Bithynia:

Bosora:

Brenner:

Bretons:

Brittany:  

Burma:     

Busiris:

Caesarea:                     

Caesareaphilippi:          

Caledonian:

California:        

Callirrhoe:

Calvary:  

Cana:                  

Canaan:  

Canada:      

Capernaum:                                                                   

Capetown:

Capitolias:

Capitolium:

Cappadocia:

Capua:  

Carmel:   

Carpathians:

Carthage:    

Caspian:               

Caspin:

Central America:   

Ceylon:    

Chaldea:  

Charax:   

Chicago:

China:                             

Chorazin:      

Colorado:   

Connecticut:

Corinth:     

Crete:        

Croix:

Cyrene:   

Dabaritta:

Dakota:

Damascus:                                     

Decapolis:                 

Deccan:    

Denmark:  

Dilmat:

Dilmun:   

Dion:

Dium:

Dothan:

East Indies:  

Easter Island:

Ebal:

Eden:                           

Edenic:                      

Edens:  

Edrei:   

Egypt:                                            

Elam:  

Elealah:

Eleusinian:

Emmaus:

Engannim:

Endor:      

Engedi:   

England:        

English:        

Ephesus:    

Ephraim:     

Erech:  

Esdraelon:   

Euphrates:                      

Eurasia:            

Europe:                                        

Fair Havens:

Faroes:

Florissant:

Formosa:

France:      

Gadara:      

Gadda:

Galatia:

Gamala:    

Gangetic:  

Gath:

Gaza:  

Geba:

Gehenna:  

Gennesaret:  

Gerar:

Gerasa:        

Gerizim:       

Germany:     

Geshur:

Gethsemane:                        

Ghats:

Gibeon:

Gibraltar:   

Gilboa:           

Gischala:    

Gophna:

Grand Canyon:

Greece:                  

Greenland:           

Hades:  

Haran:

Hatita:

Hebron:            

Heldua:

Hermon:             

Heshbon:     

Hierapolis:

Hinnom:

Hippos:    

Honan:  

Hudson:     

Iceland:       

Idumea:  

India:                                                              

Indochina:  

Indonesia:

Indus:  

Iowa:

Iran:       

Iron:                     

Israel:                                                                                 

Isthmus:      

Italy:     

Jabbok:

Jamnia:

Japan:        

Japhia:

Jebus:   

Jericho:                              

Jerusalem:                                                                                                                                                                       

Jezreel:  

Jogbehah:

Joppa:      

Jordan:                                                         

Jotapata:     

Judah:       

Judea:                                                 

Kanata:

Kansas:  

Kansu:

Karahta:

Karkar:

Kashmir:

Keilah:

Kentucky:  

Kerioth:

Kheresa:           

Kidron:     

Kish:   

Kopet Dagh:

Kush:  

Lagash:

Lapland:

Lapps:

Larissa:

Lasea:  

Lausanne:

Lebonah:

Levant:                  

Lighthouse:

Livias:   

Luxor:

Luz:

Lydda:   

Lysimachia:

Macad:

Machaerian:

Machaerus:  

Madagascar:  

Madon:   

Magadan:             

Magdala:             

Mamre:

Mars:  

Maza:

Mecca:

Medeba:

Mediterranean:                                                   

Meganta:

Megiddo:    

Melkarth:

Merom:   

Mesopotamia:                                                

Messina:  

Mexico:         

Mispeh:

Mississippi:   

Moab:

Morrison Beds:

Nain:       

Naples:   

Nepal:

New Zealand:

Niagara:  

Nicaea:

Nicopolis:  

Nile:                    

Nimrah:

Nineveh:

North America:             

North Sea:   

Oban:

Olivet:                          

Ophel:

Orient:               

Pacific:                           

Pacific Islands:   

Palestine:                                                                           

Palisades:

Palonia:

Panama:  

Pantheon:       

Paphos:

Parthia:     

Parthian:   

Patmos:

Pella:                          

Penuel:

Perea:                       

Permian:

Persia:       

Persian:                      

Peru:

Pharos:

Phasaelis:  

Phenix:

Philadelphia:                           

Phoenicia:           

Pisidia:

Pitcairn:

Porphyreon:

Predravidian India:

Ptolemais:    

Ptolemies:

Puget:

Punjab:  

Queensland:

Ragaba:  

Ramah:     

Ramath:

Rimmon:  

Rocky Mountain:      

Rocky Mountains:   

Roman:                                                                                               

Rome:                                         

Russia:       

Safed:  

Sahara:   

Saharan:   

Salem:                          

Samaria:                            

Sarepta:

Sarid:

Sartaba:   

Scandinavia:  

Scotland:  

Scythopolis:        

Sebaste:

Seleucid:

Seleucidae:

Seleucids:

Sepphoris:                   

Shasta:

Shechem:  

Shensi:  

Sheol:

Shiloh:  

Shittim:

Shunem:  

Siberia:       

Sibmah:

Siddim:  

Sidon:            

Siloam:       

Silurian:

Sinai:          

Sinkiang:    

Siwalik:

Sodom:

Somme:   

South America:                   

Spain:       

Spitzbergen:

Sumer:

Sumeria:  

Sumerian:       

Sumerians:           

Susa:    

Susquehanna:

Swiss:

Switzerland:   

Sychar:       

Syria:                

Syrian:             

Syrians:    

Taanach:

Tarentum:   

Tarichea:         

Tarim:   

Tarim Basin:  

Tarim River:

Tarshish:

Thamna:

Thapsacus:

Thebes:

Thrace:

Tiberias:                  

Tibet:           

Tigris:         

Tomb of Hiram:

Troas:  

Turkestan:                

Tyrannus:

Tyre:           

Tyrian:

Tyrus:

Ukraine:

United Kingdom:  

Ur:              

Urmia:  

Volga:

Vosges:

Wales:   

Western Hemisphere:       

Wisconsin:

Zaphon:  

Zebulun:    

names of places not on Urantia mentioned in the papers:

Places Not on Urantia

Alvoring: (al' vor ing) A local universe neighbor of Nebadon. 360.

Andromeda: 170, 464.

Andronover: (an drahn' oh ver) A spiral nebula from which our solar system was born. 168, 455, 651-655.

Angelic World: 510.

Angona: (an goh' nah) A massive stellar system whose passage near our sun helped create our solar system. 465, 655-657.

Anova: (an oh' vah) The oldest inhabited world of the system of Satania. 559.

Antares: 458.

Architectural Sphere: 166, 172, 174, 541.

Ascendington: (ah send' ing ton) One of seven sacred satellite spheres in circuit around Paradise. This particular world is the rendevous sphere for the ascendant creatures of time who are traversing Havona on the way to Paradise. 147-149, 208, 441, 1179, 1237, 1239.

Assuntia: (a sun' shah) Neighboring local system in the constellation of Norlatiadek. 457.

Avalon: Local universe neighbor of Nebadon. 360, 421, 742, 760, 857.

College of Associate Sons: 228.

College of High Ethics: 388.

College of Revealed Religion: 747, 757.

Constellation Center: 489.

Constellation Centers: 320, 322, 336, 494.

Courtesy Colonies: 211, 317, 338, 416, 493, 497, 523, 526.

Courtesy Colony: 307, 340.

Crystal Field: 487, 521.

Dark Gravity Bodies: 125, 126, 129, 152-154, 156, 290.

Dark Island: 170, 456, 457, 460, 466.

Dark Islands: 167, 171-173, 176, 455, 456, 458, 654.

Dark Planet: 559.

Dark Planets: 259.

Decimal Planet: 398, 661, 664.

Decimal Planets: 398, 565.

Dematerializing Sector: 526.

Divinington: (di vin' ing ton) One of seven sacred satellite spheres in circuit around Paradise. This world is the Paradise rendevous of Thought Adjusters. 143-145, 148, 149, 177, 186, 208, 215, 227, 347, 444, 449, 450, 569, 1178-1180, 1183, 1185-1189, 1192, 1195, 1200, 1201, 1204, 1205, 1230-1232, 1239, 1511.

Edentia: (e den' shah) The headquarters world of Norlatiadek, the constellation to which our system belongs. 174, 182, 389, 393, 412, 415, 433, 436, 456, 485-495, 504, 510, 513, 516, 522, 525, 526, 540, 552, 553, 583, 601, 602, 603, 605-608, 617, 619, 632, 661, 710, 742, 745, 749, 755-757, 760, 762, 808, 821, 823, 825, 826, 828, 839, 844, 849, 853, 861, 864, 1014, 1016, 1025, 1248, 1251, 1253, 1513, 1522, 2016, 2022, 2023, 2041, 2057.

Endantum: (en dan' tum) The Constellation headquarters planet on which Michael experienced his sixth bestowal as a morontia mortal. 1315, 1316.

Ensa: (en' sah) The name of the minor sector of the superuniverse of Orvonton to which our local universe, Nebadon, belongs. 174, 182, 212, 325, 394.

Fanoving: (fan' oh ving) Local universe neighbor. 360.

Glantonia: (glan toh' nee ah) One of our neighboring local systems in the constellation of Norlatiadek. 457.

Havona: (ha vohn' ah) The central and divine universe, an eternal wholly created, and perfect planetary family containing one billion worlds arranged in seven concentric circuits and contiguous to and surrounding Paradise. 1, 3, 6.

Havona Centers: 320, 321, 336.

Henselon: (hen' se lahn) A local universe neighbor. 360, 393.

Jerusem: (je roo' sem) The headquarters world of our local system of Satania. 174, 182, 359, 372, 378, 393, 407.

Jupiter: 171, 466, 656, 658, 773, 945, 1080, 1352, 1455.

Local Universe Centers: 320, 321, 336, 456.

Mansion World: 174, 318, 338, 340.

Mansion Worlds: 158, 174, 253, 269.

Mansonia: (man sohn' ee-ah) The name given to each of the seven satellites which orbit world number one of the fifty-six worlds encircling Jerusem, capital of the Satania System. These seven satellites (Mansonia number one, two, etc.) are the "mansion worlds" devoted to the transitional culture of ascending mortals. Also refers to the mansion world experience or career. 533-540, 546, 551, 1224, 1236, 1247, 2022, 2024.

Melchizedek College: 388, 518.

Melchizedek Colleges: 280, 388, 1315.

Mercury: 477, 657.

Midsonite: (mid' son ite) Midsonite worlds are those on which the Melchizedeks have functioned as life carriers. 400, 401.

Milky Way: Orvonton, 167, 170, 359, 475.

Monmatia: (mahn may' shah) The universe name for our solar system which was formed over 4,000,000,000 years ago. 655, 658.

Mount Assembly: Dwelling place of the Faithful of Days. 489.

Mount Seraph: Highest elevation on Jerusem. 521.

Moon: 520, 561, 600, 657-659, 712, 722, 830, 832, 837, 925, 946, 947, 968, 1451, 1486, 1912.

Nebadon: (neb' ah dahn) The name of our Local Universe, which is governed by our Creator Son, Michael, together with his Creative Mother Spirit consort. Salvington is the headquarters sphere. 1, 24, 32, 33, 56, 74, 79, 86, 102, 120.

Norlatiadek: (nor lash' a dek) The constellation to which our planet, Urantia, belongs. Constellations represent the 100 primary divisions of local universes and link the systems to local universe administration. 174, 182, 338, 354, 391, 433, 439, 456-458, 466, 485.

Orvonton: (or vahn' tahn) The seventh of seven superuniverses, which, in conjunction with the Paradise/Havona system, comprise the grand universe of time and space. Our local universe of Nebadon is one of the 100,000 which constitute Orvonton. Uversa is the headquarters world of Orvonton. Generally, the Milky Way. 1, 17, 19, 80, 102, 125, 129-131, 165, 167-170, 172.

Palonia: (pal ohn' ee ah) The system in which Michael made his second bestowal as a primary Lanonandek Son serving as System Sovereign. 1311.

Panoptia: (pan ahp' shah) The one world, of the 38 in the Satania System whose Planetary Princes joined the rebellion, whose people, under the leadership of Ellanora, did not support secession. 607.

Paradise Isle: 1147-1149, 1151, 1156, 1157, 1160, 1182, 1262, 1263, 1273.

Pisces: 1352.

Porogia: (poh roh' gee ah) One of our neighboring local systems in the constellation of Norlatiadek. 457.

Portalon: (port a' lahn) A local universe neighbor of Nebadon. 360.

Rantulia: (ran too' lee ah) One of our neighboring local systems in the constellation of Norlatiadek. 457, 606.

Sagittarius: 168, 455.

Salvington: (sal' ving ton) The headquarters sphere of the Local Universe of Nebadon, personal home of the Creator Son and the Creative Spirit. 74, 172, 174, 182, 197, 230, 231, 266.

Sandmatia: (sand may' shah) One of our neighboring local systems in the constellation of Norlatiadek. 457.

Sanselon: (san' se lahn) A local universe neighbor of Nebadon. 360.

Satania: (sah tane' ee ah) The administrative system of approximately 1,000 inhabitable planets to which our planet, Urantia, belongs; one of the 10,000 such systems in the local universe. Jerusem is the headquarters of the Satania system. 56, 174, 182, 326, 328, 354, 359, 372, 375, 389, 408, 425.

Saturn: 466, 656, 658, 1352.

Seraphington: (seh raff' ing ton) One of the seven sacred life spheres which orbit the innermost circuit around Paradise. Seraphington is the home world of the vast hosts of beings created by the Etemal Son and the Infinite Spirit as well as the destiny sphere of all orders of the angelic hosts. 146, 147, 423, 424, 427, 428, 430, 440-443, 1248, 1249, 1254.

Seven Courtesy Colonies: 338.

Solitarington: (sahl i tare' ing ton) One of the seven sacred life spheres which orbit the innermost circuit around Paradise. Solitarington is the home of a host of beings of origin in the conjoint action of the Universal Father and the Infinite Spirit, as well as the home sphere of the solitary messengers and other of the superangelic orders. 146, 249.

Sonarington: (soh nair' ing ton) One of the seven sacred life spheres which orbit the innermost circuit around Paradise. Sonarington, the personal receiving world of the Etemal Son, is the Paradise headquarters of the accredited and approved ascending and descending sons of God. 86, 145, 148, 228, 1310, 1313, 1317, 1327, 1330.

Sortoria: (sohr toh' ree ah) One of our neighboring local systems in the constellation of Norlatiadek. 457.

Spiritington: (spir it' ing ton) One of the seven sacred life spheres which orbit the innermost circuit around Paradise. This is the Paradise home of those high beings exclusively representative of the Infinite Spirit. 145, 333.

Splandon: (splan' dahn) The name of the major sector of the superuniverse of Orvonton to which our Local Universe, Nebadon, belongs. Its capital sphere is called Umajor the fifth. 174, 182, 211, 388.

Superuniverse Centers: 320, 321, 336.

System Centers: 320, 322, 336.

Temple of New Life: 533.

Temple of the Father: 743, 826.

Umajor: (you may' jor) The architectural sphere which is the capital of Splandon, the major sector of our superuniverse of Orvonton to which our Local Universe, Nebadon, belongs. Full name given is Umajor the fifth. 174, 181, 182.

Uminor: (you my' nor) The architectural sphere which is the capital of Ensa, the minor sector of our superuniverse of Orvonton to which our Local Universe, Nebadon, belongs. Full name given is Uminor the third. 174, 182.

Uversa: (you vur' sah) The architectural and headquarters world of the seventh superuniverse, Orvonton, of which our Local Universe of Nebadon is a part. Those members of the Urantia revelatory commission who were Superuniverse Personalities came from Uversa. 1, 19, 32, 43,61, 72, 74, 97, 107, 117, 127, 130-32, 134, 151, 163, 164, 168, 172, 174, 175, 178-183, 189, 196, etc.

Veluntia: (vee luhn' shah) One of the largest suns in Orvonton, our superuniverse. 460.

Venus: 561, 1080.

Vicegerington: (vice jair' ing ton) One of the seven sacred life spheres which orbit the innermost circuit around Paradise. This is the home sphere of those beings who take origin in the actions of the Father and the Son. 145, 146, 148, 245, 249, 250, 252, 262, 346, 350.

Wolvering: (wool' vur ing) With Avalon, Henselon, Sanselon, Portalon, Fanoving, Alvoring, a local universe neighbor of Nebadon. 360.

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Nanak, Guru. See Guru Nanak

Naomi

bride at wedding at Cana (137:3.6)

Naples (130:0.2)

beggar at, lacked ability to respond (130:8.4)

Claudus preached in (130:8.1)

Jesus' stop at (130:8.4–5)

narrated narrate (verb) narrated, narrating, narrates (verb, transitive)
    a. To tell (a story, for example) in speech or writing.
    b. To give an account of (events, for example).
(verb, intransitive)
    1. To give an account or a description.
    2. To supply a running commentary for a movie or performance.
[Latin narrâre, narrât-, from gnârus, knowing.]

Nasanta

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

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

Nathan of Busiris

carried news of crucifixion to Alexandria (191:6.1)

Nathan of Caesarea

Greek Jew; wrote Gospel of John (121:8.10) (139:4.4,15)

Nathan of Cana

father of Johab, groom of wedding at Cana (137:3.6)

shortage of wine (137:4.7)

Nathan of Nazareth

potter (123:5.15) (124:1.3)

Nathaniel (Apostle) (139:6sec) (143:3.5) (144:1.4) (151:2.3) (164:0.1) (192:4.7). See also apostles of Jesus

apostolic philosopher and dreamer (139:6.4) (147:4.10) (191:0.7)

at Jesus' appearances (191:2,5secs) (192:1–4secs) (193:0,3,5secs)

attended session of Sanhedrin (164:5.3)

attitude

asked if any good could come out of Nazareth (137:2.6) (139:6.3)

cursed with suspicion, over-individualism, pride, prejudice (139:6.3) (192:2.10) (193:4.3)

honest; sincere doubter (137:2.7) (139:6.3)

opposed change in gospel to resurrection of Jesus (192:4.7) (193:6.4)

opposed proclaiming Jesus king (152:2.5)

rare and droll humor, never took himself seriously (139:6.4,6)

slow to recover from supposition Jesus misunderstood him (147:4.10)

business partner of Philip (139:6.1)

called attention to Jesus' teachings regarding nonresistance (182:2.3) (183:4.2)

chosen as apostle (137:2sec)

controlling influence on resurrection Sunday (191:0.5,7)

discussions with Rodan (Papers 160–161)

father Bartholomew died after Pentecost (139:6.9)

grasped meaning of entry into Jerusalem (172:5.7)

in Philadelphia with Abner for 1 year (193:6.4)

Jesus' admonitions to (174:0.2) (181:2.21–24) (192:2.10)

Jesus' talk with, about Scriptures (159:4sec)

painful digestive disturbance (154:2.4)

personal worker (141:3.2)

preached gospel in lands beyond Mesopotamia, India (139:6.9) (193:6.4) (195:3.10)

questions of (140:6.9) (146:2.1) (147:4.1) (148:5.1) (156:5.3) (159:4.1) (164:3.2) (167:7.1) (176:0.2) (181:2.23)

selected Judas Iscariot (138:2.9) (139:12.2)

speech on supreme desire (177:3.2)

taught art of teaching (163:0.2)

taught meaning of parables of talents and pounds (171:8.9–13)

unmarried; from Cana; only support of infirm parents; 25 in A.D. 26 (137:2.3) (139:6.2)

watched over apostles' families (138:10.5) (139:6.7)

well educated (139:6.2)

Nathaniel the Pharisee

invited Jesus to breakfast (166:1sec)

National Council of Defense

in continental nation (72:7.7,14) (72:11.1)

national defense. See military; self-defense

nationalism. See also nations; patriotism

age of Planetary Prince culminates in intense (52:2.5)

delusion of national sovereignty chief barrier to world peace (134:5.10) (134:6.6–7) (195:8.10)

has been essential to social survival (71:3.2)

hero-venerating, of 20th century (92:6.9)

Ikhnaton's gospel fatally lacked appeal to (95:5.9)

Moses wisely encouraged (96:4.6)

Rome overcame, by imperial universalism (195:3.2)

wanes upon race blending (52:3.10)

war fostered and solidified (70:2.3–4)

nations. See also government; nationalism

cannot rub elbows without conflict (134:5.7)

failure to increase in numbers prevents full realization (81:6.11)

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

natural events. See circumstances

natural law

Jesus might accelerate but would not violate (136:6.2) (136:7sec)

Jesus refused to defy (136:9.9)

man reaps harvest of efforts to comply with (166:4.8)

physical phenomena less predictable the farther from Paradise (15:8.8–9)

natural philosophy (42:9sec)

natural resources

administered as community property in light and life (55:3.7)

early wars fought over deposits of (69:4.6)

extent of material civilization largely determined by (78:2.4) (81:6.3)

held as social trust in continental nation (72:6.7) (72:7.13)

share discoveries with largest number of fellows (132:5.6)

natural rights. See human rights

natural selection

variety indispensable to (64:6.31)

naturalism

philosophy leaning heavily toward world of matter (103:6.14)

nature (4:2sec) (38:2sec)

accidents of (166:4.7). See also accidents

confers no rights on man (70:9.1)

defined

background of immutable laws modified by local conditions (4:2.2–4) (12:7.2)

exhibiting only matter, motion, and life (101:2.7)

imperfect, but perfection is in (4:2.3) (7:0.5) (9:5.5)

physical habit of God (4:2.1) (5:2.1)

unreal shadow of spirit realities (151:3.3)

utterly indifferent to human welfare (101:3.4)

demands survival (68:2.9)

does not reveal a personal God (101:2.7,9)

God not personally present in (4:2.5) (131:1.5)

imperfections are stop-moments in reel of infinity (4:2.7)

Jesus worshipped God in midst of (123:5.14) (167:6.5–6)

knows nothing of fairness (84:5.2)

no survival of individual personality detectable in (101:2.7) (101:10.1)

primitives believed directly under control of supernatural beings (85:4.2) (86:2.6) (151:3.14) (151:5.5)

primitives elevated nature spirits to gods (85:6.4)

takes no cognizance of sex morals (82:2.1)

violence is law of (70:1.1)

worship of

envisioned division of labor in supermortal world (85:0.3)

improper (4:2.6,8) (5:5.4) (139:8.7)

led to belief in charms indwelt by some spirit (88:1.3)

navels

shamans induced autohypnosis by staring at their (90:1.4)

Nazareth (138:1.4)

can any good come out of? (123:5.7) (125:4.3) (137:2.2,6) (139:6.3) (187:2.5)

center of liberal interpretation of Jewish law (123:5.7–12) (124:4.8)

chazan. See chazan of Nazareth synagogue

climate (124:1.9)

contaminated by low moral standards of Sepphoris (150:7.2)

degenerate husband of Hildana from (162:3.4)

hill of Simeon behind, had been high place of Baal (126:1.2)

Jesus

admonished apostles to remain away from (145:5.8) (146:0.2)

early childhood in (123:1sec)

fell from favor in (127:2.10) (150:7.2)

first sermon at synagogue (126:4sec)

graduation from synagogue (124:5.4)

read Scriptures at synagogue (123:5.4) (127:3.8) (128:5.8)

rejected at (150:7–9secs)

Joseph and Mary's home at (122:5.9) (122:6sec) (123:2.7) (126:5.11)

major caravan way station, largely gentile (121:2.2) (123:5.6–7)

synagogue had complete copy of Hebrew scriptures (123:5.3)

synagogue school (123:5sec)

view from hill above (123:5.12–13)

village spring was center of gossip (123:5.15)

Nazarites

Abner onetime head of (165:0.1)

ascetic and eccentric men; majority refused to accept Jesus (142:8.1)

believed in coming of Messiah (137:7.12)

Engedi was southern headquarters of (135:1.1) (165:0.1)

John the Baptist joined (135:1sec)

looked upon as sanctified personalities (135:1.2)

Nazarite corner of women's court in Jerusalem temple (135:2.1)

parable of Lazarus and Dives (169:3.1)

permitted to enter holy of holies in temple (135:1.2)

Samson and prophet Samuel were (135:1.2)

vowed to abstain from intoxicants, let hair grow, not touch dead (135:1.1–2) (135:2.1)

Neanderthalers (64:4sec)

absorbed invading blue race (64:7.9)

Adamites exterminated strains of, in blue race (80:1.7)

blue race retarded by absorption of (78:1.8)

destroyed or driven out of Asia by yellow race (79:5.2)

dominated world for 500,000 years (64:4.1)

greatly improved work in flint (64:4.3)

of east Asia contaminated with debased animal strains (79:5.2)

retrogressed; had no religion, only superstition (64:4.11–13)

Nebadon (neb' ah dahn). The name of our local universe, which is governed by our Creator Son, Michael, together with his Creative Mother Spirit consort. Salvington is the headquarters sphere. (1,5)(0:0.5). (Papers 33, 41). See also local universes; Salvington

4 points of compass inherent in (34:4.9–10)

90% of worlds are Adjuster-fusion types (49:5.24)

100 Supreme Power Centers permanently assigned to (32:2.2) (41:1.2)

161,432,840 Material Sons on local system capitals (45:5.4)

administration (Paper 33)

being forged out between anvil of justice and hammer of suffering (9:1.8)

courts of, supreme except for issues of extinction, universe Son default, revocations of quarantines (33:7sec)

created and ruled by Michael (1:2.6) (33:1sec) (128:1.1)

language of (44:4.3)

48 symbols in alphabet (44:4.4)

mastered before leaving 4th mansonia (47:7.2)

meaning of "Andon" and "Fonta" (63:0.3)

legislatures located on constellations (33:8.1)

local universe in which Urantia is located (F:0.5) (15:1.5) (15:14.6)

neighboring universes to (32:2.12)

no entire local systems in light and life (55:8.5)

physical aspects (Paper 41)

200,000 light years from Uversa (32:2.11)

647,591 architectural spheres (37:10.1)

3,840,101 inhabited planets (32:2.9) (37:10.1)

counterclockwise swing around Paradise (15:1.2)

in rotation around Sagittarius (15:3.7) (41:0.4)

local universe #84 in minor sector of Ensa (F:0.5) (15:14.6)

not a single astronomic system (32:2.4)

not in settled circuits (15:9.15–18)

oldest inhabited planets date from 200 billion years ago (57:3.10)

on outer edge of Orvonton (12:1.7) (15:1.5–6) (32:2.11–12)

one of newer creations in Orvonton (12:1.6) (15:1.3)

physically assembled out of Andronover and other nebulae (41:0.3) (57:1.1) (57:3.8–9)

spheres share minimum commonness of space motion (41:0.3)

work begun on, 400 billion years ago (57:3.8–9)

presence of Divine Minister is everywhere in (45:1.8)

Salvington is capital of (15:7.7)

soul-identity of Jesus may be released for leadership of finaliters in (188:3.8)

suffered misfortune of several rebellions (50:1.3)

supreme council of Salvington (188:3.12)

System Sovereigns intrusted with unusual personal prerogatives (45:2.1)

that which is pervaded by our Mother Spirit (41:0.1)

Nebadon Corps of Completion. See Nebadon Corps of Perfection

Nebadon Corps of Perfection

attained by Spirit-fused ascenders (37:5.4)

members gain authoritative wisdom about Nebadon (40:10.6)

Nebadon Corps of the Finality

soul-identity of Jesus may be released for leadership of (188:3.8)

Nebadon Power Centers. See local universe centers

Nebuchadnezzar

Babylonian king who overthrew Necho; destroyed Jerusalem, carried population into captivity (97:9.25–26)

Jeremiah counseled surrendering Jerusalem to (97:6.4)

nebulae (15:4sec)

can produce 100 million suns (15:4.5)

forms (15:4.4) (15:5.3–5)

barred (15:5.5)

concentric contraction rings (15:5.3)

spiral (15:4.7–8)

star clouds (15:4.8–9)

initiated by Paradise force organizers (15:4.4) (41:1.1)

life cycle (57:2–4secs)

power centers and physical controllers direct physical evolution (41:1.1)

superuniverse boundaries never divide (12:1.6)

necessities (economic)

early civilization forged upon anvils of (66:5.13)

primitive society founded on reciprocity of (68:1.3)

tie man up with reality (99:7.5)

Necho

Egyptian who wiped out King Josiah (97:9.24)

overthrown by Nebuchadnezzar (97:9.25)

necklace

first was preserved umbilical cord set with pearls (88:1.8)

necromancers

practitioners of the black art called (90:2.2)

necromancy. See magic

needle

camel through eye of (163:3.1)

needs

Father knows our, before we ask (3:3.2) (140:6.11)

society top-heavy with overgrowth of supposed (68:2.5)

negativism

major error of modern religions (140:4.7)

often trained into children (103:2.5–6)

Negroids. See also races

mixed race of orange, green, and indigo (81:4.8)

neighbor

love as self (131:2.11,13) (159:5.4,9) (170:3.6) (180:1.1)

who is my neighbor? (103:5.2) (140:8.11) (164:1.2)

neighboring planet (Paper 72). See also continental nation

continental nation (72:1–11secs)

no missions of Paradise Sons so far (72:12.4)

not far-distant from Urantia (72:0.1)

other nations (72:12sec)

Planetary Prince and Material Son defaulted (72:0.3)

Urantia far better prepared for planetary government than (72:12.5)

Nepal

Gautama born in (94:7.1)

Nephilim

Old Testament reference to Nodites (77:2.3)

Neptune

temple in Alexandria (130:3.4)

Nereids

evolving monotheists keep subordinate gods as (96:1.14)

Nerites

final Andite eruption from Caspian (78:8.11)

net cast into sea

parable of (151:4.6)

nether Paradise. See Paradise

neutrons. See also atoms; matter

held together by reciprocating mesotron (42:8.3)

new commandment. See commandments

New Guinea

group from, believes itself descended from parrot (74:8.5)

New Jerusalem. See also Messiah

belief Messiah would appear to establish (176:1.6)

in vision of John the Revelator (52:7.11)

New Red Sandstone

deposition in England (60:1.4)

New Stone Age

ca. 3000 B.C. (80:9.13–14)

New Testament (180:1sec). See also sacred books

Abner not mentioned (166:5.3)

authors

believed Jesus would soon return (170:2.10) (196:2.5)

distorted Hebrew history by transcendentalizing Jewish prophets (97:8.6) (97:9.29)

held stringent ideas on divorce (140:8.14)

changed history for 2000 years (121:8.11)

gospels, books, and epistles named

Book of Acts. See Acts, Book of

Book of Revelations. See Revelations, Book of

Epistle of James. See James (brother of Jesus): Epistle of

Epistle to the Hebrews. See Hebrews, Book of

First Epistle of John. See John Zebedee: First Epistle

First Epistle of Peter. See Simon Peter: First Epistle

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

gospels affected by Paul's theology (121:8.11)

Jesus' avoidance of written records delayed writing (121:0.1)

mostly devoted to Paul's religious convictions; only meagerly Jesusonian (196:2.1)

origin (121:8.2–11)

symbolism intended for backward ages (134:8.6)

written in Greek (195:2.7)

new things

looked upon with disfavor by ancients (88:5.4)

Master's love makes world new (180:1.5)

should not be embraced merely because new (81:6.39) (147:7.3)

New Zealand

tribe received revelations from Gabriel allowing loose sex (92:2.5)

Newfoundland

geology (58:7.4)

newlyweds

origin of pranks played upon (83:4.7)

Niagara Falls

geology (59:3.9)

Great Lakes began emptying through, 37,000 years ago (61:7.10)

Nicaea

Athanasius' defense at council of (195:0.18)

Nicodemus (188:3.3)

after the crucifixion

boldly asked Pilate for body of Jesus (142:6.9) (187:6.2) (188:0.3)

embalmed Jesus' body with myrrh and aloes (188:1.4)

helped bear body of Jesus to tomb (188:1.3)

Jesus' 16th appearance in courtyard of (193:0.1)

most outspoken disciple of Jesus in Jerusalem (188:1.2)

thought Jews had removed Jesus' body (190:1.2)

came to see Jesus in Gethsemane; turned back (142:8.4)

educated and intellectual; wealthy elderly member of Sanhedrin (141:3.5) (142:6.1)

feared to be seen openly with Jesus (142:6.1)

Jesus' followers met at home of (164:2.1) (174:5.5) (175:4.3) (183:4.4) (186:3.3) (189:4.2)

Jesus' visit with (142:6sec)

Nicopolis (130:0.3)

Augustus founded, to commemorate battle of Actium (133:2.5)

night police

secret societies functioned as (70:7.11)

Nile god

Isis and Osiris cult built around legend of (98:4.5)

picture at Luxor (111:0.5)

Nile valley. See also Egypt

Abraham and Lot journeyed to (93:5.7)

Andites enjoyed sheltered position of (80:6sec)

Andites journeyed to (78:3.2) (78:5.5) (78:6.8) (79:1.3)

Apostle Simon worked his way up (139:11.11)

culture disrupted by internal warfare (80:6.5)

Nodite, Saharan immigration (80:1.2–3) (80:2.2)

Semites enslaved in (96:2.2)

struggles of green and orange races in (64:6.13)

western end of cradle of civilization (81:1.1)

Nineveh

love of God for (159:4.4)

Nirvana. See also Buddhism

Amida Buddha teaching of ultimate existence (94:12.3)

cf: religion not a technique for attaining static and blissful peace of mind (100:3.1)

enlightenment and bliss, release from material world (94:8.12)

Noah (Garden dweller)

son of architect and builder of Garden of Eden (74:2.5)

Noah (wine maker of Aram)

advocated houses be made like boats (78:7.5)

cf: Mithraic flood legend (98:5.3)

Mount Ararat and story of the flood (77:4.12) (78:7.3–5)

nobility (greatness). See greatness

Nod (land of)

Cain departed for; east of second Eden (76:2.9)

Cain found wife in (74:8.8) (148:4.7)

Elamite Nodite settlement (67:4.2) (77:4.5)

Nod (Prince's corporeal staff). (nahd). One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff (see Ang). Nod headed the commission on industry and trade, and became leader of those 60 staff members who joined the rebellion. (747,1)(66:5.11). See also Prince's corporeal staff

and entire council lost in rebellion (67:4.1)

chairman of Dalamatia commission on industry and trade (66:5.11) (73:1.3)

leader of Prince's staff rebels (67:4.2)

Nodites (nahd' ites). Descendants of the rebel members of Caligastia's corporeal staff who derived their name from their leader, Nod. (821,4)(73:1.1).(77:2sec). See also races

8th race to appear (73:1.3) (77:2.8)

104 ancestors of (77:2.8)

built tower of Babel was memorial to racial greatness (77:3.2)

centers of civilization (77:4sec)

descendants of rebel members of Prince's staff (67:4.2) (73:1sec)

dispersion and decline (77:4.1)

effort to preserve racial unity (77:3.1)

far superior in almost every way to Andonites and Sangiks (77:2.4)

in Mesopotamia (78:1.4)

long and bitter warfare between Adamites and (75:5.3) (75:5.9)

long-headed (81:4.2–3)

occupied Garden of Eden after default (73:7.1)

practices

belligerent race (70:1.2) (78:4.5) (80:4.3)

encouraged cremation to combat cannibalism (89:5.14)

established extensive culture in eastern Mediterranean (80:1.2)

favored in-marriage (82:5.4)

originally not cannibalistic (89:5.3) (89:6.1)

pre-Sumerian, blended with Adamites to become Sumerians (77:2.10) (77:4.6)

priests in 1st and 2nd gardens were (76:2.2–3)

referred to as Nephilim in Old Testament (77:2.3)

regarded man as soul and body (86:5.13)

still an able people in times of Adam (77:4.1)

types

Elamite, were culture and commerce advocates (77:4.4)

Syrian, were remnants of nationalistic memorialists (77:4.3)

Nog (like bog). A false god of those remnants of the lowest Sangik races occupying Dalamatia at the time of the flood which engulfed the city 162 years after the planetary rebellion. (759,3)(67:5.5).

false god of light and fire (67:5.5)

noise

ghosts supposed to be frightened by (87:6.4)

nomadism

progressive decline of (68:5.12)

nonbreathers. See mortals: planetary types

nonconformists

civilization visits heavy penalties on (81:5.3)

nonexistence. See nonsurvivors

nonreligionists. See unbelievers

nonresistance. See also fighting; self-defense

accusation that enfeebled specimens would soon perish (143:1.2)

Jesus

cf: approved use of force to protect majority (173:1.11)

cf: resisted what was inimical to his children (100:7.14)

cf: restrained madman's attack in Crete (130:5.4)

cf: would defend himself fully against aggressor without moral judgment (133:1.4)

did not make teaching of nonresistance a rule in family (127:4.5)

goodness of, destroys evil (188:5.2)

oft-repeated teaching (183:4.2)

opposed negative or passive nonresistance (159:5.9–12)

refused to defend himself (124:2.4) (133:1.3–5) (140:8.4) (143:1.7) (184:4.5)

Lao-tse's teaching (94:6.4,7)

nonviolence is only proper political and economic attitude of religion (99:0.2) (99:2.5) (143:1.7)

of selfish reaction to universe (180:5.9)

resist not injury to feelings of personal dignity (141:3.8)

teaching comprehended only by living (180:5.11)

violet race retained Edenic traditions of peacefulness for many millenniums (78:3.1) (78:4.5)

nonsurvival. See extinction; nonsurvivors

nonsurvivors. See also extinction; judgment; resurrection; roll call: of justice; salvation; survival

Adjusters conserve realities born of love and service (16:9.3) (47:3.4) (196:3.32)

are moving counter to stream of universe events (117:4.11)

delay Supreme in achieving divinity expression (117:4.2,11–13)

failure to survive never due to neglect by Adjuster (40:4.1)

final divergence of personality from trend of universe (130:4.8)

guardian angels respond to dispensational roll call, but Adjusters make no answer (113:6.8)

pass into realm of the unrealized (117:4.13)

personalities of, absorbed into the Supreme (2:3.4) (16:9.3) (117:4.2,4)

possibility of cosmic self-destruction unavoidable if personality is to be free (118:7.7)

wholehearted identification with evil (sin) is nonexistence (54:3.2)

withdrawing from God, man approaches nonreality–cessation of existence (117:4.14)

nonviolence. See nonresistance

Norana

Syrian woman with afflicted daughter (156:1sec)

Nordan the Kenite

Melchizedek's brilliant disciple (93:3.4)

Nordic race. See white race: divisions: northern

Norlatiadek (nor lash' ee ah dek). The constellation to which Urantia belongs. Constellations represent the 100 primary divisions of local universes and link the systems to local universe administration. (485,1)(43:0.1). (Paper 43). See also constellations; Edentia; Most Highs of Norlatiadek

administered by 12 Vorondadek Sons (35:6.5)

being cleansed of sin and rebels (43:4.9)

constellation #70 in local universe of Nebadon (15:14.6)

Edentia is headquarters of (15:7.6)

expansion of constellation government since Lucifer rebellion (43:5.1–15)

now traversing outer fringe of Nebadon (41:10.5)

power centers situated at physical core (41:1.4)

Satania elects 10 to legislature of (45:3.10) (45:7.4)

north

absolute direction in universe established by axis of Paradise (11:2.3)

North America. See also Canada; Mexico; United States of North America

24 great floods (60:4.1)

discovered by white races ca. A.D. 1000 (79:5.7)

extensive fertile open hunting area (81:6.4)

future determined by quality of racial factors permitted to enter (80:9.16)

geology (59:1.11) (59:1.13) (59:4.5–7,14–16) (59:5.2–20) (59:6.4–5,8) (60:1.6–7,13) (60:2.4–6) (60:3.2–18) (60:4.1) (61:1.7,9) (61:4.2–3) (61:5sec) (61:7.2,5–10)

horses and camels on plains in Miocene (61:3.10)

oceans provide favorable opportunity for unmolested development (81:6.5)

red race in (79:5.7–8)

rich in marine-life fossils (59:0.9)

rose out of Pacific depths (57:8.21)

slow westward drift (58:4.3)

North Pole

geology (59:3.7)

North Sea

waters once warm (63:5.2)

northern lights

Urantia upper air belts concerned with (46:1.6)

Norway

in ice age (61:5.8)

nostalgia

mortals experience, on Salvington (39:1.10)

numbers. See also 3; 7; 10; 12

13 evil; 3, 4, and 7 lucky (88:1.6)

numerology

founded science of mathematics (88:6.5)

pure unfounded superstition (150:3.8)

nursery, probationary. See probationary nursery

nutrition. See food