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mouth
speaks from abundance of heart 153:4.4(1714;3)
what proceeds out of m. spiritually defiles 153:3.5(1712;5)
multilingualism. See language: common language
multitude, the. See populace
murder. See also death penalty
Cain slew Abel 76:2.5(848;5)
ceased to be crime when participated in by all 89:5.9(979;8)
commandments against 66:7.12(751;7), 70:11.2(796;8), 74:7.6(836;2), 93:4.10(1017;3), 94:8.6(1036;8), 131:2.12(1446;1), 162:2.1(1790;4), 163:2.4(1801;7)
indwelling Adjuster is additional reason against m. 74:7.6(836;2)
low homicide rate in continental nation 72:10.2(818;5)
primitive man did not recognize accidental death 70:10.3(794;8)
primitive men could kill wives if paid for 70:10.11-12(796;1)
music
among primitives
barbarous, monotonous 44:1.5(500;3)
earlier types of m. appeal to immature or spiritually indolent individuals 44:1.6(500;4)
little progress until Adamites 66:5.24(748;5), 74:6.7(835;1), 78:5.8(873;4)
originated in worship chants 92:3.6(1006;3)
angels enjoy our real m. 38:2.1(419;1)
appreciation on Urantia 44:1.5-8(500;3)
better if Adam and Eve had survived 44:1.8(500;6)
cannot elevate soul or nourish spirit 84:8.4(942;5)
celestial associates of our musicians 44:1.7(500;5)
celestial music
100,000 modes analogous to our m. instruments 44:1.3(500;1)
harmony is universal code of spirit communication 44:1.4,8(500;2)
morontia functions often executed in rhythm 44:4.11(504;3)
spirit melodies are not material sound waves 44:1.1(499;3)
expresses tempo of emotions 195:7.20(2080;5)
flute played at mourning 152:1.1(1699;1)
form of mathematical rhythm 12:9.2(141;3)
gift of harmony occurs only once in 1000 mortals 44:1.8(500;6)
harmony and rhythm spiritually akin to beauty 44:7.2(507;3)
involves exertion of higher intellectual powers 44:1.6(500;4)
Jesus loved harp 123:6.5(1364;8), 126:1.6(1387;6), 127:4.10(1402;3)
limited range of mortal hearing 44:1.1(499;3)
majority react to m. with material muscles 44:1.5(500;3)
military trained in m. in continental nation 72:11.3(819;2)
real musician could change course of a nation 44:1.8(500;6)
musk oxen 61:5.7(699;8), 61:7.13(702;3)
mussels 59:2.12(676;3)
mustard seed
kingdom of heaven is like 140:8.27(1583;1), 178:1.15(1931;6)
parable of 151:4.2(1693;8)
myrrh
Jesus embalmed with 188:1.4(2013;3)
mysteries. See also paradox
always stimulate religious feelings 92:1.4(1004;2)
conciliating commissions evolve into explainers of 25:3.12(278;3)
gather information from 1001 different sources 107:3.5(1180;1)
mind reaches out to discover 42:12.1(483;1)
particular mysteries
absoluta 15:4.1(169;1)
Adjuster fusion, making God and man one 112:7.2(1237;4)
ancestry of ultimatons 15:4.1(169;1)
cohesiveness of atoms, protons, and neutrons 42:8.1,6(478;5)
destiny of finaliters 10:8.6-9(116;7), 31:3.8(348;5), 31:10.12(354;5)
difference between finite and infinite 1:4.5(26;7)
Divinington 13:1.5-6(144;5)
does God suffer? 3:6.6(53;4)
does pattern of idea occupy space? 118:3.7(1297;8)
evolution of soul 13:1.22(147;3)
experiential secrets of other orders of personalities 13:2.8(149;1)
God 1:4.1(26;3), 1:7.4(31;4)
God the Absolute 0:10sec(13;4), 4:1.7-9(55;5)
God's eternal purpose 4:0.1(54;1)
greatest m. is divine indwelling of mortal minds 1:4.1(26;3), 40:7.1(448;8), 108:5.7(1192;2)
how Adjusters, not having prerogatives of will, select mortal subjects 107:7.2(1183;4)
how Eternal Son is derived from Father 6:0.4(73;4)
immanence and transcendence of God 5:5.6(69;1), 12:7.12(139;1)
infinities of divinity 3:4.5(50;3), 42:2.22(471;6)
infinity 115:3.4(1262;1)
Inspired Trinity Spirits 19:5.3(219;4)
mortal bestowals of Paradise Sons 7:5.7(87;1), 13:1.8(145;3), 20:6.1(228;5), 119:5.5(1315;3), 119:7.5(1317;1)
Paradise Trinity 10:4.5(112;8)
personality 5:6.2(70;3)
personalizations of Mother Spirits 34:1.3(375;2)
reappearance of personality upon resurrection 30:4.8(341;5)
reflectivity 9:7.2-3(105;2), 13:1.10(145;5), 17:3.3(201;1)
segmentation of energy 15:4.3(169;3)
time before creation of Havona 8:1.9(91;6)
trinitization 13:1.13(146;2)
Trinity of Trinities 0:12.9(16;6), 106:8.19(1172;7)
undedicated temple on Jerusem 46:5.25(527;1)
versatility of Infinite Spirit 9:1.7(100;1)
purpose of divine mysteries
c.f.: nothing hidden that shall not be revealed 150:4.2(1681;9), 151:3.1(1691;4), 165:3.2-3(1820;1)
Deities deem it proper to withhold certain things 13:1.5(144;5)
some m., if revealed, would only confuse 13:1.6(145;1)
some m., only faith can overcome 1:4.7(27;2)
some things better withheld 37:4.5(410;3)
there are no arbitrary secrets 18:1.4-6(208;3), 19:5.11(221;1)
secrecy confers power 70:7.3,11(790;6)
tendency to prostrate oneself before m. 89:4.1(977;3)
there will always be a thousand 27:6.1(302;5)
mystery cults 98:4sec(1081;4), 121:5sec(1336;5),. See also Mithraism; paganism
Augustus tried to destroy 98:3.6(1080;8)
contended with Stoicism 195:3.3(2073;7)
influenced Christianity 98:7.7(1084;6)
Mithras supplanted Phrygian, Egyptian mysteries 98:5.1(1082;2)
most popular were Cybele and Attis; Osiris and Isis; Mithras 98:4.2(1081;5)
nonnational, interracial, personal, and fraternal 121:5.9(1337;5)
offered hopes of personal salvation; provided diversion and excitement 98:3.9(1081;3), 121:5.6-16(1337;2)
originated in Egypt and Levant 98:4.1(1081;4)
Orphic brotherhood was the best 98:2.10(1079;7)
pertained to some god's life, death, and rebirth 121:5.8(1337;4)
plunged Greece into intellectual stagnation, moral depravity, spiritual poverty 98:2.10-11(1079;7), 98:3.5(1080;7)
prepared way for Jesus, Christianity 121:5.6,12(1337;2)
secret rites were sometimes gruesome 121:5.10(1337;6)
Mystery Monitors. See Thought Adjusters
mysticism 100:5sec(1098;4),. See also leadings; revelation: personal revelation; spiritual insight
be not passive mystics 178:1.14(1931;5)
Christian m. bordered on unreality; philosophically akin to pantheism 195:4.1(2074;7)
factors which induce mystic state 100:5.10(1100;1)
may become technique of reality avoidance 100:5.8(1099;6), 102:2.8(1121;1)
mystic state characterized by diffusion of consciousness with vivid islands of focal attention 100:5.9(1099;7)
mystics do not correctly visualize reality 130:4.4(1434;3)
practical validations 91:7.5(1000;6)
practice of presence of God is altogether praiseworthy 91:7.1(1000;2)
product of mortal intellect indistinguishable from that of Adjuster 91:7.1-4(1000;2), 100:5.6(1099;4), 110:4.1-6(1207;1), 159:3.6(1766;2)
reprehensible when leads to isolation or fanaticism 91:7.1(1000;2)
myths
ancients always sought supernatural explanations 81:2.5(901;8)
creation of Eve from Adam's rib 74:8.3(837;2)
from garbled legends regarding Prince's staff 66:2.8(742;8), 66:4.1(743;10), 67:4.3-4(758;1), 77:2.3(856;6)
men constantly enshroud human leaders with supernatural origins, miraculous careers 92:5.2(1008;4)
Noah and the flood 77:4.12(860;7), 78:7.3-5(874;8)
Oriental minds delight in fairy stories 122:8.7(1352;3)
prepared way for superior religion by assuming reality of supermaterial beings 103:9.4(1141;2)
primitive man was a mythmaker 4:5.1(59;6)
story of creation 74:8sec(836;7)
story of Jonah and whale important to Gadiah 130:1.2(1428;2)
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Nabal
rich Edomite; King David married widow of 97:9.10(1072;8)
Nabodad
Salem leader of school at Kish 95:1.6(1043;1)
Nabon
Greek Jew, Mithraic high priest 132:3.1,11(1459;1)
Naboths
murdered by Ahab to get his land 97:3.6(1065;3), 97:9.19(1074;1)
Nabu
one of chief Mesopotamian deities 95:1.4(1042;5)
Nahor (evangelist)
blundered at Nazareth rejection 150:9.3(1686;6)
Nahor (Old Testament)
Abraham's lukewarm brother 93:5.4-5(1019;1), 93:9.4(1023;1)
Moses gathered descendants of 96:5.9(1059;1)
Nahor (rabbi)
came from Jerusalem to Nazareth to observe Jesus 123:6.8-9(1365;3)
nails
Thomas would not believe until seeing marks of 191:5.4(2043;2)
used in crucifixion 187:2.1(2006;5)
Nain 124:1.12(1368;1), 137:2.8(1527;2)
hill of 122:6.1(1349;8)
Joseph father of Jesus worked at 123:3.8(1360;3)
widow's son at 146:6sec(1645;2)
Nalda
at Jesus' 17th appearance 193:1sec(2053;3)
Jesus' first pronouncement of divine nature to 143:5.7-8(1614;1)
woman by the well; from Sychar 143:5sec(1612;4)
Nambia
first-born Life Carrier of Nebadon 36:1.2(396;3)
names
after fusion, mortals receive their real 47:8.5(538;3), 108:3.3(1188;5)
aristocracy based in part on name ownership 70:6.3(789;10)
human subjects often known by numbers of their Adjusters 108:3.3(1188;5)
parents' name pride in children's success 84:7.10,15(940;6)
primitives regarded n. as separate entities; could be pawned 88:5.5(971;7)
revelators found it difficult to translate meaningfully 18:4.3(210;6)

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