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Andonites 63:4sec(713;7),. See also mortals: primitive mortals
better Primate strains assimilated by 65:3.4(734;1)
Hebrew language was distinctly Andonite 80:8.2(896;7)
Hittites stemmed directly from 80:8.2(896;7)
incorporated in blue and white races 80:0.2(889;2), 80:3.2(891;3), 80:9.2(897;5)
migrations
aridity drove A. into Turkestan, Europe in 3000 B.C. 80:9.6(898;1)
diluted Andites in central Asia 79:1.7(879;4)
dispersed after 20 generations 63:3.6(713;6), 63:5sec(715;1)
driven from Europe by blue race, from Asia by yellow race 78:1.5(869;1), 79:6.1(884;4)
entered Europe from Siberia; absorbed by Andites 80:4.2(892;5)
hindrances to migration 64:1.1-2(718;3)
in Danube valley 80:8sec(896;6)
in India 79:2.2(879;8)
in mountainous central and southeastern Europe 80:8.2(896;7)
into China with Andites 79:7.1(886;2)
lived in extreme northern regions 64:7.16(728;5)
on Pacific islands 79:6.3(884;6)
scattered over Arctic and central Asia in 15,000 B.C. 78:3.7(871;3)
settlements after Adam 78:1.5(869;1)
to Iceland, Greenland 64:7.18(728;7)
westernmost A. nearly driven into sea 64:7.17(728;6)
Onagar was truth teacher to A. 63:6sec(715;8)
physical characteristics 63:4.1(713;7)
Danubians were A. 80:8.4-5(897;2)
had 36 teeth 65:6.5(737;5)
Lapps and Eskimos nearest to aboriginal Andonic type 61:6.3(700;4), 63:4.1(713;7), 65:2.7(732;5), 70:1.2(783;5), 81:4.4(904;8)
not so sensitive to pain 63:4.2(713;8)
pale skins, broad-heads 80:8.2(896;7), 81:4.2-3(904;6)
physically mature at 12; life span of 75 62:5.3(708;1)
practices
affection for comrades 63:4.4(714;2)
all except Badonans practiced human sacrifice 64:3.1(720;2)
cliff and grotto dwellers 63:5.4(715;4)
constant battles with inferior tribes 63:4.4(714;2)
constructed dome-shaped stone huts 63:5.5(715;5)
eastbound groups mingled with animals 64:1.7(719;2), 85:3.1(946;3)
evolved animal worship 63:6.3(716;2)
exceedingly imitative; no sense of humor 63:4.2(713;8)
fairly free from violent antagonisms 70:1.2(783;5)
fashioned flint tools 63:5.6(715;6), 64:2.5(719;8)
feared elements 63:6.3(716;2)
fearless hunters 63:5.6(715;6)
first marine adventurers 64:7.17(728;6)
idea of using stick and flint, bound with sinews 68:5.4(768;4)
incessant clan warfare 63:4.7-9(714;5)
lived almost exclusively on flesh 63:5.6(715;6)
loyal to families 63:4.3(714;1)
mixed with blue races 81:4.2-3(904;6)
occupied with hunting for food, fighting to avenge 63:4.7(714;5)
originally not cannibalistic 89:5.3-5(979;2), 89:6.1(980;6)
regarded twins as good luck 68:6.8(770;5)
some mated with simians 63:1.4(711;7)
taught golden rule 70:1.2(783;5)
well-developed language 63:4.6(714;4)
would not live with inferior tree-dwellers 64:1.1-2(718;3)
retrogressed for 500,000 years after Andon 63:5.7(715;7), 63:6.1(715;8)
unusual that A. evolved before colored races 64:6.2(723;1)
Andovontia. See also Universe Circuit Supervisors
quarantined Urantia upon Caligastia betrayal 37:8.3(413;6)
tertiary Universe Circuit Supervisor #572,842 for Nebadon; of eternal assignment 24:1.7(266;1)
Andrew 139:1sec(1548;5), 143:3.1,5(1610;4), 144:1.4(1618;1), 145:2.1(1629;2), 167:0.1(1833;1), 191:0.6(2038;1), 192:1.11(2047;4), 192:4.7(2051;4), 194:1.2(2060;2),. See also apostles of Jesus
3 sisters, one named Martha; brother Peter 139:1.1(1548;5), 150:1.1(1678;5)
age 33 in A.D. 26 139:1.2(1548;6)
at Jesus' appearances 191:2sec(2040;2), 191:5sec(2042;5), 192:1-4secs 193:0sec(2052;1), 193:3sec(2055;1), 193:5sec(2057;3)
attempted to heal James of Safed's son 158:4.7(1756;4)
believer in John the Baptist; first apostle 137:1.1(1524;2)
bewildered by entry into Jerusalem 172:5.2(1884;1)
brought thousands into kingdom; crucified in Patrae 139:1.12(1550;3)
chose Peter, James, and John to attend Jesus 139:4.3(1554;1)
deep-thinker; seasoned, philosophic counsel 137:5.2(1531;6), 137:7.3(1534;2)
defended rubbing grain on Sabbath 147:6.4(1654;3)
director general of apostles; efficient administrator; ablest apostle 138:7.4(1544;3), 138:10.2(1547;2), 139:1.2,5(1548;6)
fetched Simon Zelotes 192:1.11(2047;4)
handed sword back to Simon Zelotes 182:2.3(1966;3)
imposed strict rules upon apostles' work with women 150:2.2(1680;1)
intimated Peter had seen things not real 152:4.4(1703;4), 191:1.5(2040;1)
Jesus
admonitions to A. 174:0.2(1897;2), 181:2.16-18(1958;3)
asked A. to be more trusting 192:2.7(2048;3)
asked A. to strengthen brethren 182:2.8(1967;3)
Luke had mutilated copy of A. 's notes 121:8.9(1342;4)
never jealous of Peter 139:1.6-7(1549;4)
opposed proclaiming Jesus king 152:2.5(1700;6)
partially recorded life of Jesus; made no copies; used in Part IV 121:0.1(1332;1), 121:8.1,3,13(1341;2), 139:1.9(1549;7)
passed upon applicants for school of evangelists and the 70 148:1.1(1657;6), 163:2.1(1801;4)
questions 140:10.8(1585;6), 141:0.2(1587;2), 143:2.2(1609;3), 150:3.2(1680;4), 158:7.2(1759;4), 165:5.1(1823;1), 176:1.4(1913;3)
released from apostolic responsibility; silent 181:2.13,17-18 183:4.2(1975;5), 191:0.6(2038;1)
selected Matthew 138:2.4(1539;7), 139:7.1(1559;5)
sought Jesus after healing at sundown 145:5.5-7(1635;4)
tendency to suspicion and over-individualism 193:4.3(2056;1)
unmarried fisherman partner of Peter, James, and John 139:1.1(1548;5), 139:3.1(1552;5)
worried about Judas 157:7.1(1750;10), 181:2.6(1956;1), 182:0.2(1963;2)
Andromeda nebula
1 million light-years distant 15:4.7(170;1)
active nebula outside inhabited superuniverse 15:4.7(170;1)
collapsed in 40 minutes 41:8.3(464;5)
Andronover nebula 57:1-4secs
1,013,628 Orvonton suns took origin in 57:2.2(652;5), 57:4.3,8(654;8)
earth's sun originated in 15:3.6(168;2), 57:1.1(651;3)
has remnant family of 165 worlds 57:4.9(655;5)
initiated 875 billion years ago 57:1.6(652;2)
Michael chose as site for Nebadon 57:3.8-9(654;1)
Monmatia revolves around 15:3.7(168;3)
Nebadon partially assembled from 41:0.3(455;3)
nebula #876,926 57:1.6(652;2)
revolves around star cloud of Nebadon 15:3.7(168;3)
and 3 of his council loyal in rebellion 67:4.1(757;4)
led council on food and material welfare 66:5.2(745;8)
Angamon
introduced rich man to Jesus 132:5.1(1462;2)
Stoic leader in Rome; Jesus' talk with 132:1sec(1456;4)
angelic world. See also Jerusem: transitional culture worlds
transitional culture world #3 45:1.5(510;3), 47:6.1(536;2)
angels 26:1sec(285;2),. See also Infinite Spirit: family of
all groups of a. have own transport corps 39:2.8(430;4)
cf: term angel restricted to seraphim serving mortals 38:3.1(420;1)
chief supernaphim is original pattern angel 27:2.1(300;1)
may become Paradise Companions, Celestial Recorders, Technical Advisors, ascending sons of God 26:1.3(285;4)
orders 26:1.2(285;3), 30:2.13(336;5)
1. supernaphim q.v.
2. seconaphim q.v.
3. tertiaphim q.v.
4. omniaphim q.v.
5. seraphim q.v.
7. midwayers q.v.
partake of circulating teachings of Teacher Sons 26:1.10(286;5)
personalities of the Infinite Spirit 30:2.13(336;5)
sustained by direct intake of spiritual energy 26:1.10(286;5)
very social; enjoy reversion directors, rest and change 26:1.1(285;2)
anger. See also fear; hatred; revenge
conquer with mercy 131:4.6(1449;1), 141:3.8(1590;3)
courts condemnation 140:6.4(1576;4)
mean and despicable sentiment 4:3.2(57;7)
mental poison; interferes with spiritual progress 110:1.5(1204;3)
rage can induce mystic state 100:5.10(1100;1)
represents failure of spiritual nature to gain control 149:4.2(1673;2)
soft answer turns away wrath 128:6.7(1415;7), 131:3.6(1447;3), 139:4.13(1555;6), 149:4.2(1673;2), 150:9.3(1686;6), 181:2.15(1958;2)
Spirit of Truth endows with power to overcome 194:3.12(2064;4)
stone hurled into hornets' nest 48:7.20(557;4)
weakens character, destroys happiness 140:5.6(1573;8)
wrath of God
erroneous teaching 20:6.7(229;6)
God incapable of wrath 4:3.2(57;7)
Jesus refused to accept the teaching 125:0.6-7(1378;1)
Jesus' talk with Jacob of Crete regarding 142:2sec(1597;1)
angiosperms 61:2.2(694;8), 60:3.7,19(689;6)
Anglo-Saxons
descendants of Andite and blue races 80:4.5(893;1)
Angona system
approach 4.5 billion years ago disgorged our solar system from sun 41:10.1(465;6), 57:5.4-14(655;9)
large nebula whose approach distorted Andronover 15:3.6(168;2)
anguish. See suffering
animal nature. See flesh

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