Index: the Letters X, Y, & Z

X rays. See also radiation; radioactivity

created by disturbance caused by suddenly stopping electrons (42:5.8)

enable light to escape suns (41:9.1)

energize electrons in suns' interiors (41:5.35)

level atomic existence (41:7.1)

modify life plasm of plants and animals (77:2.5)

preatomic matter slightly gravity responsive when activated by (42:6.2)

produced by commotion upon electron being suddenly stopped (42:5.8)

Xenophanes

Greek; pantheistic deity concept of (98:2.6) pantheism

Yahweh (Paper 96) (97:3sec)

anthropomorphic Yahweh of greater religious value than remote Absolute (94:11.12)

believed to have created both good and evil (142:3.9)

eruptions of Mount Horeb caused Bedouins to fear (96:1.11)

golden calf olden symbol of (96:4.3)

growth in concept (159:4.5)

Jehovah designates completed concept of (96:1.10)

Moses proclaimed Yahweh as expanded concept of Semites' olden tribal god (96:4.2)

Samuel proclaimed to be changeless (97:1.4)

Supreme Yahweh was concept of Universal Creator (142:3.7)

transformation of jealous and cruel spirit god of Sinai volcano (96:1.3) (96:4.1) (97:10.8) (142:3.3) (169:4.5)

undergone most extensive development of all mortal theories of God (96:1.15)

Jewish concept was clear-cut, personal, and moral (97:10.5)

Jewish tribal god; Jesus did not use term (169:4.5)

Jews did not change name of (96:1.15)

King David made worship of, official (97:9.14)

Syrians believed in (96:1.13)

worshiped by over 100 Arabian tribes (96:2.5)

Yahwehites

clash with Baalites was socioeconomic rather than religious (97:3sec)

looked upon land as inalienable (97:3.2)

southern or wandering Arabian tribes (97:3.2)

yaks

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

yang. See yin and yang

Yangtze River

Chinese culture in 18,000 B.C. along (79:6.5)

yawn

belief malignant ghost might enter mouth during (87:3.2)

yearning

being guilty of chronic (155:1.3)

years. See also time: days and years

1000, in God's sight (2:2.2)

yellow race (64:6.1416). See also Chinese; races

ability to live peaceably with compatriots (64:6.14,16) (79:5.5) (79:6.8)

achieved high civilization apart from Andites (79:5.8)

consolidating central Asia in 15,000 B.C. (78:1.7) (78:3.8)

drifted into great darkness following Caligastia apostasy (64:6.15)

drove Andonites from Asia (78:1.5)

drove red race out of Asia into North America (64:6.14) (64:7.4)

entered China in 300,000 B.C. (79:5.3)

escaped mixture with debased stocks (79:5.12) (79:6.7)

factors of superiority (79:6.612)

fought red race in Asia for 200,000 years (79:5.5)

migrated to Asia (64:7.34)

Mongoloid type (81:4.7)

pacific tendencies (79:8.2,5)

Singlangton assumed leadership of (64:6.15)

small but potent Adamic legacy (64:6.16) (78:6.4)

somewhat broad-headed (81:4.23)

usually enslaves green race (51:4.6)

Yellow River

Andite nomads north of (79:1.8)

Chinese culture in 18,000 B.C. along (79:6.5)

drought drove Andites to valleys of (79:1.3)

settlements more progressive than those along Yangtze (79:7.2)

yielding. See submission

yin and yang

Chinese teaching of soul and spirit (111:0.4)

Yoga

Gautama formulated Buddhism after 6 years' futile practice of (94:7.2)

yoke

divine, gives peace of God (144:8.8)

Jesus became expert in making yokes (124:1.7) (126:1.1)

of gospel is easy, burden is light (141:3.7) (159:3.7)

take, and learn of Jesus (163:6.7)

young man who was afraid (130:6sec)

Zaccheus

chief publican in Jericho (171:6.1)

Jesus taught (171:8.1)

Jesus' visit to (171:6sec)

Zacharias (123:3.4)

believed Elizabeth's narrative about Gabriel only after dream (135:0.1)

believed Jesus was to become Messiah (122:8.4)

conferred with Joseph in Jerusalem (122:8.4)

died July, A.D. 12 (135:2sec)

fairly well educated priest (122:2.1) (135:0.4)

father of John the Baptist (122:2sec)

owned small farm, received temple allowance (135:0.5)

perplexed regarding prospective motherhood of Elizabeth (122:2.5)

prearrangement with Simeon and Anna (122:9.23)

sent wise men to Bethlehem (122:8.6)

warned Joseph of Herod's impending massacre (122:10.4)

Zadoc

adopted Joseph's ancestor (122:4.3)

Zaphon (159:0.2) (165:0.1)

zeal. See also enthusiasm

loveless, always harmful to religion (99:3.8)

shown in unrecognized and unconscious religious activity (99:3.7)

Zealots

Jesus refused to join (127:2.110) (136:9.7)

Jude very active in (128:6.6)

Mary's brother Simon officer of (127:2.4)

Simon Zelotes high officer of (138:2.8) (139:11.1)

strong nationalist party opposed to Roman taxes (127:2.1) (137:7.9)

Zebedee (137:3.5) (140:7.3)

celebrated Passover with Annas in Jerusalem (129:2.8)

directed son John buy house with Jesus' money (129:2.4)

family almost worshiped Jesus (129:1.10)

father-partner of Jesus (129:1.4)

fish-drying business of (139:1.1)

home served as headquarters for kingdom (138:5.4) (154:7.2)

in Capernaum, Jesus made his home with (134:2.5) (137:3.4)

Jesus joined boatmaking business of (129:1.24,11) (134:9.6) (137:6.5)

Jesus told, about upcoming Mediterranean journey (129:2.10) (129:3.34)

lived with son David (138:5.4)

purchased Joseph's equity in a Capernaum property (127:6.10)

with wife Salome had 3 sons, 4 daughters (129:1.5)

Zebedee, David. See David Zebedee

Zebedee, James. See James Zebedee

Zebedee, John. See John Zebedee

Zebedee, Salome. See Salome (wife of Zebedee)

Zebulun (146:3.10) (156:6.2)

Zechariah

Book of

episode of king riding upon ass (172:3.4)

Jesus quoted (146:2.3)

slain between sanctuary and altar (175:1.22)

Zeus

Dyaus-Zeus was head of Greek pantheon of subordinate gods (98:1.34)

transplanted to Rome, became Jupiter (98:3.3)

zinc

Silurian deposits (59:3.4) (59:5.9)

Zone of Infinity

on nether Paradise directly beneath Trinity (11:5.24)

Zophar

looked for hidden purpose in Job's miseries (148:6.8,9)

Zoroaster. See also Zoroastrianism

appeared in Iran in 6th century B.C. (95:6.1)

flame symbolized Spirit (95:6.4)

in direct contact with descendants of Salem missionaries (131:5.1)

much affected by dual spiritism (92:5.9)

outstanding religious teacher (121:6.4)

Zoroastrianism (92:6.2). See also Zoroaster

Ganid's abstract of (131:5sec)

influence on Christianity (98:7.6)

militantly opposed Mithraism (98:5.2)

no religion contained more Salem teachings (131:5.1)

religion of action and work, not prayers and rituals (95:6.3)

religion of morals (5:4.7)

Rimmonites embraced beliefs of (146:1.13)

spread by the sword (95:6.4)

Zulus

religion of ghost fear and sacrifice (92:6.1)