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mermaids
onetime objects of worship 85:3.2(946;4)
Mesopotamia 130:0.3(1427;3),. See also Euphrates river; second garden; Sumerians; Tigris river
5% of superior Andites refused to leave 78:6.6(874;3)
Andites driven from 78:6.7(874;4), 79:1.7(879;4)
appearance of cities 79:1.4(879;1)
Ararat was Vanites sacred mountain in northern 77:4.11-12(860;6)
baby Jesus sought by wise men from 122:8.5-7(1352;1)
Caligastia's headquarters in 66:0.2(741;2), 66:3.1-2(743;2)
climatic changes effected ruination 78:8.11(877;1)
commerce with India, China 79:3.6-7(881;6), 79:7.6(886;7)
cradle of civilization 78:0.1(868;1), 81:1.1(900;3)
dawn mammals originated in 62:1.3(703;4), 62:2.1(703;5)
deteriorated by influx of Arabians 80:7.9(896;1)
drought drove Babylonians into 79:1.5(879;2)
early emigration almost exclusively to Europe 80:1.8(890;4), 80:5.1(893;3), 81:6.1(906;6)
Edenites enter 76:1sec(847;3)
emigration to Egypt from 80:1.3(889;5)
farmers raised animals by 5000 B.C. 81:2.8(902;2)
flood period in 5000 B.C. 78:7sec(874;6), 80:6.2(894;3)
gods reduced to concept of Bel-Marduk 96:0.1(1052;1)
gradually sinking in days of Andonites 64:3.3(720;4)
Greek art and science derived from 80:7.5(895;5)
idolatry and immorality of priests 95:1.9(1043;4)
invasion by barbarian horsemen 78:8.3-6(875;7), 80:9.6-7(898;1)
Jesus and Ganid in 133:9sec(1481;3)
Jesus spent 3 days with delegation from 141:8.3(1595;4)
Mesopotamians regarded disease as result of evil demons 90:3.8(990;3)
Mesopotamians settled Cyprus ca. 5000 B.C. 80:7.9(896;1)
Nathaniel went into 139:6.9(1559;4)
Primates occupied 62:4.3(707;2)
remnant of believers in John the Baptist in 137:2.2(1526;2)
Salem religion in 95:1sec(1042;2)
second garden located in 76.3sec) 78:0.1-2(868;1)
strange teacher from M. had dream of Jesus' birth 122:8.6(1352;2)
Todan carried gospel into 146:1.4(1637;6)
mesotrons. See also atoms; matter
180 times heavier than electrons 42:8.3(479;1)
atomic nuclei held together by reciprocation of 42:8.3-7(479;1)
disintegrate into electrons 42:8.5(479;3)
many in space rays 42:8.7(479;5)
Mesozoic. See also geologic ages
early land-life era, from 150 to 50 million years ago 59:0.5(672;5), 60:4.6(692;4)
message stick
early writing 69:4.7(775;7)
messages. See communication
messenger corps (David Zebedee's) 157:0.2(1743;2), 163:5.2-3(1806;3)
25 sentinels posted about Zebedee house 154:6.7(1722;3)
26 sent forth as heralds of resurrection 190:1.3-8(2030;2), 191:6.4(2044;5)
Bethlehem was Judean headquarters 159:6.4(1771;5)
carried funds to apostles and their families 157:6.1(1748;4), 159:6.3(1771;4)
carried news Jesus would be crucified 186:3.2-3(2000;5), 187:6.1(2011;5)
directed by David Zebedee 149:0.4(1668;4), 154:2.3(1718;4), 154:5.1-3(1720;2), 154:6.7(1722;3), 183:4.2,8(1975;5), 190:1.7(2031;1)
discontinued after Pella 171:1.5(1869;1)
employed 40 50 messengers 149:0.4(1668;4)
followed Jesus in boat 154:7.2(1723;5)
kept groups fully informed; great value of 150:6.2(1683;4), 155:4.1(1728;1), 159:6.2-4(1771;3), 167:0.3(1833;3), 191:0.3(2037;3)
maintained clearinghouse at Gethsemane 183:4.2,8-9)
maintained permanent headquarters for kingdom 149:0.4(1668;4)
Nathan of Busiris was herald at Alexandria 191:6.1(2044;2)
numbered over 400 163:1.2(1800;4)
provided fish for temple tax payment 157:1.3(1744;1)
safeguarded Jesus 154:2.3(1718;4)
spread report of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem 172:3.7(1881;5)
unseen messenger ran by side of Jacob 182:2.5(1966;5)
would not heed words of doubt over resurrection 190:1.6(2030;5)
messenger corps (Lanonandek) 35:8.8(392;8)
Messenger Hosts of Space Paper 25 (273;1),)
orders in Uversa personality register 30:2.12(336;4)
personalities of Infinite Spirit 30:2.10(336;2)
messengers (tertiary supernaphim) 26:3.7(288;7)
Messiah. See also Deliverer
anointed one 136:1.1(1509;3)
apostles' long-nourished ideas of 140:8.1(1579;3), 152:6.1(1705;1), 157:4.1(1746;5), 158:4.4(1756;1), 180:6.9(1952;5)
false M. at Mount Gerizim 185:1.6(1988;5)
Jesus
attacked concept of M. 153:1.2(1708;1), 153:2.6(1710;4)
could never satisfy materialistic concept of M. 122:4.2-4(1347;4), 126:3.6-11(1390;1), 127:1.7(1396;4), 136:1.3(1509;5), 136:6.6-8(1518;5), 157:6.6,12(1749;5), 185:8.1(1996;5)
endeavored partially to meet followers' expectations 157:5.2(1748;2), 167:4.5(1837;4)
followers refused to see Jesus except as nationalist miracle worker 136:1.3(1509;5), 136:9.7-8(1522;6), 137:5.2-3(1531;6), 171:0.2-4(1867;2), 171:1.3(1868;5), 171:2.6(1870;3), 172:0.2(1878;2)
never again wholly denied he was M. 136:9.12(1523;4), 137:5.3(1532;1)
prophecies distorted to fit Jesus long after 122:4.4(1347;6)
quoted Scripture regarding M. 190:5.4(2035;1)
said M. will not sit upon throne in Jerusalem; is not son of David 158:7.3(1759;5), 174:4.6(1901;6), 176:2.3(1914;4)
Jews 136:1sec(1509;3)
believed Messiah would
be son of David 135:5.4,7(1500;4), 136:1.1,6(1509;3), 172:3.9(1882;2), 180:2.3(1946;1)
deliver Israel from its enemies 135:5.4-7(1500;4), 136:1.3(1509;5), 185:5.6(1993;6)
establish Jews as world rulers 136:9.2(1522;1)
establish New Jerusalem as world capital 176:1.6(1913;5)
not come from Galilee 162:2.4(1791;2), 162:6.4(1796;2)
reign over world as Prince of Peace 97:10.1(1075;6)
restore Shekinah to temple; remove curse of Adam 136:1.4(1510;1)
usher in era of miraculous plenty 136:6.6-7(1518;5), 136:7.2(1519;6), 136:8.3(1520;4), 152:3.1(1702;2), 153:2.6(1710;4)
concept of M. did not include divine nature 157:5.1(1748;1)
lost sight of personality of M. 136:1.3(1509;5)
nationalistic concept caused turbulence which led to nation's destruction 176:1.2(1913;1)
thought lack of sincere repentance delayed arrival 136:1.5(1510;2)
vibrant with expectation of immediate appearance of M. 121:2.7(1334;1), 121:7.1(1339;6), 135:6.2(1501;5), 136:0.1(1509;1)
Joseph and Mary's views 122:5.10(1349;6)
M. of kingdom became Redeemer of church 170:5.3-6(1864;3)
prophecy of Book of Zechariah 172:3.4(1881;2)
Scriptures invoked to support contending views of M. 136:1.1(1509;3), 172:3.4(1881;2)
Messina 130:0.2(1427;2)
Jesus' stop at 130:8.3(1440;3)
metalworking
Cretan Andites practiced m. ca. 12,000 B.C. 80:7.2(895;2)
early commerce in metals 79:1.4(879;1)
early wars fought over deposits of metals 69:4.6(775;6)
Egyptians worked iron ores from Mount Sinai 80:6.3(894;4)
garden Adamites pursued 76:3.8(850;4)
in China after 10,000 B.C. 79:7.5(886;6)
in early cities 81:3.4(903;6)
Jesus became skilled at anvil 128:2.3(1410;2)
Mesopotamians worked ores from Black Sea regions 80:6.3(894;4)
Prince's staff taught 66:5.25(748;6)
Sumerians practiced 77:4.7(860;2)
Syria was center of 80:1.2(889;4)
metaphysics
approaches universe from inside 103:6.2(1135;4)
confusion of 101:2.5(1106;4), 101:3.1(1107;8)
futile attempt to compensate for absence of mota 103:6.7-15(1136;2), 103:7.8-9(1138;6)
Greeks vainly sought solace in 98:2.2-3(1078;6)
meteors. See also comets; space bodies
atmospheric oxygen exhausted by combustion of 57:7.6,9(659;5)
awesome to early man 85:1.2(944;6)
bombard nonbreathing worlds 49:3.2-3(563;5)
comets and m. comprise enormous amounts of matter 15:6.7(173;2)
diving into suns, m. are source of solar energy 41:7.3(463;3)
few large enough to penetrate current atmosphere 57:7.10(660;2)
fragments of disrupted space bodies 57:6.5(658;2)
generally composed of heavy materials; accumulated on ocean bottoms 57:8.20(662;7)
indicated arrival on earth of special spirits 88:1.1(967;3)
large portion recaptured by sun 57:6.1(657;4)
meteoric era was from 2 billion to 1 billion years ago 57:7sec(658;9)
millions of meteorites enter Urantia atmosphere daily at rate of 200 miles/sec 49:3.3(563;6)
planets grow by accretion from 15:5.9(171;4)
primitive atmosphere afforded little protection against 57:7.10(660;2)
solar matter 57:5.8(656;4)
some comets consist of swarms of 49:3.2(563;5)

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