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Combined 1882 and 1891 Glossaries

All glossary images are from the 1882 Oahspe



Glossary Index: | A-B | C-E | F-I | J-O | P-End |


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Pan: Original name of the earth, from Ah; as I see what I see; and, only what I see, is (exists). Also the name of a continent in the Pacific Ocean, submerged about 25,000 years ago. Also see Aph 10/, the flood. (see image only)



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Sacrifice: Worship; to give one's time, or property, or money, without an equivalent [i.e., without expecting a return or quid pro quo; reciprocation]. Also to burn or destroy, for appeasing the Gods.

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Sar'gis: Both a materialized angel, or a person in whose presence the angels can take on the semblance of mortal forms. [see 09/3.22<fn-su'is>]

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Satan: The desire to be a leader; the philosophy of placing self above and before all others; the animal self or beast self within man; a leader of selfs; the Chief of and over the seven tetracts (evil dispositions within man); the evil voice within man; the voice of one's surroundings and inherited tendencies toward darkness, in contradistinction from the voice of Jehovih within the soul; Satan, the captain of evil; the supposed opposite of Jehovih; the captain of the selfish passions; selfishness per se; self; those who love evil and its practice. [see 27/24.24-27; 28/4.5-8; 28/28.3-4; 34/8.16-28; 10/13.10; 11/1.68; 35/D.89]

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Schood of Hein: A negative place, comparable with a calm on earth or a calm at sea. [see 10/3.13]


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Se'mu: Commingled earth, air, water, heat and thick atmospherea; protoplasm-like; colloidal-like substance; the preceding substance of the living. [see 04/5.4]   (see image only)



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Se'muan Age: Before the creation of animal life, or at the beginning of that time. See Jehovih 04/.

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Shem: One of the ancient names of India.

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Shepherd Kings: A nickname to a wandering tribe who kept flocks of goats, in the southwest of Persia. They also migrated into Egypt, and became powerful. At first, they were mild and non-resistant, but afterward, they became savage warriors. Those who did not apostatize, but kept themselves holy, separated from the others and became the founders of Ebra, which afterward became Hebrew, which afterward became Jew. These were, therefore, of the cream of the ancient Zarathustrians of three thousand years before.   (see image only)

Shrevars: also Shrevarhs or Shrievers (or singular: Shrevar, Shrevarh or Shriever): are to a new earth what guardian angels are to mortals. [see05/16.2-4; 23/1.6; 23/11.2-3]


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Shri: Spirit, a breath; and sometimes angel.

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S'pe'oke or Spe‑oke: Spirit house; that is, prior to this time the angels from the earth had not grown sufficiently to desire homesteads, neither had the heavens of the earth been prepared with plateaus sufficient for such spirits. Prior to this period angels of low grade were kept with mortals, and taught subjectively. [see 20/33.10<fn-S'pe-oke>]


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Spirit: Synonymous (but not correctly) with angel. (When we say, water, we may not mean the ocean, but when we say, ocean, we mean water.) When we say angel, we do mean a spirit; but when we say spirit, we may not mean an angel. See Angel. Also, spirit means the expression of an entity. For example, how one expresses, and what is expressed, are the result of the state of the spirit.

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Su‑be: Nectar. [see 25/16.14]

S'pe‑a: or Spe-a: Heavenly place on earth, Eden. [see 25/29.4]


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Su'is: Su'is, in general, is the ability to perceive spiritually, and sometimes used more narrowly, is the ability to perceive and/or see and/or hear angels (spirits) in their natural condition. Spiritual comprehension. Clairaudience and clairvoyance. A person who can see with the eyes closed, or one who can hear angel voices. Not imaginary, but that which can be proved by experiment. One who has clairvoyance is also called a seer.   (see image only) [also see 09/3.22<fn-su'is>;05/9.13]


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Tau: Bull, force. Opposite from cow, which is receptivity, or opposite from sed (aries) which is gentleness. A time of the zodiac when the natural world enforces growth. In some countries, the church representative is a white bull; in others, as the Roman Catholic, the pope issues a bull merely as an edict. Interpreted is, these religions are enforced religions, or at least once were or try to be so; that is, they try to impose their religion upon a person. During their prime strength, they always aim at forcing everyone to be a member of their religion. [see 19/2.7<fn-Tau>; 28/22.25; 35/D.54; 35/D.42; 35/D.71; 38/11.13]   (see image only) [also see image i054 (with text); image i034]

Ughs: Foul air from dead people. [see 20/11.17]

Uh'ga: A trial by ordeal; a test. A method in ancient times to see if a person who claimed to be a prophet or seer of Jehovih, was indeed His prophet or seer. The Uh'ga was a large wheel, on which spokes a person was bound (tied). Left to perish, if the angels came and set him free from his bonds, then that was considered proof enough that the person was a seer or prophet of Jehovih. If the claimant was not freed, he was left to die on the wheel. Also spelled ug-sa or uh-ga. [see 21/16.11,19; 35/D.13; see image i022 (with text)]

Umbrae: Great darkness occasioned by the falling of nebulae. [see 18/6.3<fn-umbrae>]

Vesperes: Administration(s). [see 20/1.1]

Vocent: Perpetual roaring of the atmospherean elements. [see 16/4.1,3]



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Yeshua: A heavenly kingdom. Yeshua is the original of iesu and ieue, and Joshua.

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Yu'tiv: Brahma's wife. A stream of light pierced their graves, and brought them forth, and they ascended to heaven in a sea of fire! [see chapters 24/14 through 24/23; 24/14.35; 24/23.8-14]

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End OF Combined 1882 and 1891 Oahspe Glossaries



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