A
GENERAL INDEX
TO THE
MASSEIAN CORPUS

Compiled by the Editor


A, its origin, NG 1:538, NG 2:388
Aahhept
, coffin of Queen, BB 1:94
Aahmes
, BB 1:230, BB 2:404
Aahmes-Nefertari
, queen, BB 2:405
Aahti
, goddess, BB 2:374
Aai
, ass-headed god, BB 2:268, ML 172
Aaiu
, the Egyptian Jews, worshippers of the Kamite deity Iu, AE 1:511, AE 2:653; in underworld, AE 2:647, 653
Aan, the ape = Taht, BB 2:629, 657; the divine scribe, AE 2:691; witness for Horus, AE 2:706, 855; howls in the desert, ML 63, 182
Aarru Garden, AE 1:196, 363, 373, AE 2:640, 658; or Aalu = Egyptian Elysium, BB 2:113; = divisions of twelve signs, BB 2:117; sown with wheat and barley, AE 1:228, 460 harvest field, AE 1:239, 372; Paradise, field of papyrus reeds, AE 1:259, 304; Upper and Lower, AE 1:347; in north, Paradise of eight Great Gods, AE 1:348, 355; allotments for cultivation, AE 1:359, 416, 447, 468, AE 2:659; Paradise repeated in Amenta, AE 1:420; celestial, AE 1:421; on eastward side of Amenta, AE 1:460, AE 2:642; title-deeds of; its wheat and barley seven cubits high, AE 1:460; divine domain, divided into fourteen sections, AE 2:577; Egyptian and Jewish, AE 2:687
Aash, BB 2:81
Aati, moral lepers, BB 2:416
Abaitsee Bee
Abba Uddu, Akkad. 'Cave of Light' sun in solstice, ML 7
Abcedilros, British alphabet of, to letters, NG 1:225
Aber-Amentho, gnostic Jesus in Amenta, AE 2:772-3; lord of Resurrection, AE 2:780, 803
'Abominable Rat of the Sun,' BB 1:232 (See also Rat)
Abraham, ascribed to Sepher Yetzirah, or Book of the Creation, BB 2:126; inventor of astrology, BB 2:323; the father, NG 2:427; takes oath at Beer-sheba, ML 220; seven footprints of, AE 2:606
Abram changed to Abraham, BB 2:320-2, NG 1:524; the Righteous, BB 2:348; breaks idols with an axe, BB 2:663
Abrac or Abraxas, BB 2:492; faculty of, NG 2:81-3
Abred, British abyss, and Cynvid, divided heaven, NG 2:43
Abt, the genetrix, BB 2:156
Abudraham, BB 2:119
Abut or Abtu, form of Apap, AE 2:714
Abydos, table of, BB 1:42
Abyss, mythical, NG 1:464; Kamite, NG 2:25; north, NG 2:31; of waters, habitat of hideous beings, AE 1:280-2; the mystical, AE 1:284, 302; first, underground, AE 1:284; source of water, AE 1:282, 299, 300, 412, 446; repeated in Amenta, AE 1:446; Song sung on the steps of the, AE 1:472
Abysses, magicians, NG 1:465
Abzu, = abyss, ML 134
Aceldama, field of blood, compared with fertilizing earth with blood of the wicked, AE 2:878
Achernar, starting-point of astronomical Nile, AE 1:286
Achor, Hebrew valley of sorrow, Egyptian Akar, AE 1:474
Adam, BB 1:452, BB 2:131, 301-2; predicted end of world, BB 1:31; = Atum, BB 1:452, ML 113, 127; 91st psalm is assigned to; originally green, BB 2:289; had sex with beasts, BB 2:378; inner African, NG 2:16; his burial-place, NG 2:329; second, Paul's = gnostic Christ, ML 42; never denoted a first man, ML 106; = Sevekh, ML 126; and Eve = Greater and Lesser Bears, ML 126; Adon = Hebrew Adonai, ML 127; 'Blood of the world,' ML 222; two wives of, Lilith and Chavvah, AE 1:78; two, mortal on earth, manes in Amenta, AE 1:423, 425; a dweller in the celestial heptanomis, AE 1:428; first and second, AE 1:432, 442; the generations of, AE 1:435; first, born with a tail, AE 1:436, 442
Adam Kadmon, the heavenly man, BB 2:131, ML 130, 223
Adams, two, NG 2:133
Adams (Adamus), Melchior, BB 2:113
Adar,—Parsondas and Shin-Nannaros, twin brothers, NG 1:491, ML 137
Adder-stone of the Druids, BB 1:89
Adima, first man in India, BB 1:145
Aditi, BB 2:163; mother of the, NG 1:7, 315; not-dual one, NG 1:468
Adon, sun-god, BB 1:89; the lord, BB 2:294, 296; earlier form of Atum, BB 2:324
Adon of Syria, = Aten sun in Egypt, the god, ML 5
Adonai, BB 2:76, 292
Adonis, BB 1:271, 341, BB 2:270, ML 136
Adorations, NG 1:8; Chinese and Egyptian, NG 1:50
Adulthood, = 30 yrs, ML 14
Adultery, penalty for, AE 1:85; with spirits, AE 1:174
Aedd the Great, BB 1:356
Aeddon, BB 1:102, 314, 327, 337, 339, 341, 356, 461; = Hu, BB 1:335; = Aten, BB 1:369
Aesclepios
, BB 2:76
Aesculapius
, = Greek Iu-em-hetep, BB 1:363, AE 2:755; = Imouthos, BB 2:301
Aesop, his fables Egyptian, NG 1:46
Aethiopes, first men, NG 2:15
Af-Ra, BB 2:330; sun of the lower firmament, BB 2:492
Afa, Dahoman god of wisdom, BB 2:491, 644
Africa, birthplace of oldest mythology, religion, symbols, language, BB 1:17; derivation of its name, BB 1:28; birthplace of black race, birthplace of non-articulate man, BB 2:599; and of the clickers, NG 1:246; centre of human race, ML 112
African, stone age, NG 1:124; complex sounds, NG 1:247
Aft, = goddess of the Great Bear, BB 1:145; reduced form of Kheft, BB 2:150; goddess of the four corners, BB 2:311; hippopotamus-type of abode, BB 2:366
Agape, Phallic festival of fertilization, BB 2:556, AE 1:105, 108, 223, AE 2:747; continuation of ancient pagan feasts, ML 99; Christian celebration of, AE 1:223-4
Agni, an elementary, NG 1:487; and the Ram, NG 2:384; with seven arms, ML 129, 220
Agnostics, ML 280
Agoye, idol, Hwida, NG 1:356
Ahriman, the evil being, BB 2:260
Ahti, goddess, BB 1:233, BB 2:73
Ahura-Mazda, chief of seven Amchaspands, ML 117, 120, 129
Ainus, mothered and fathered by Great Bear and Dog, or Sut-Typhon, BB 2:640; their descent, NG 2:6
Aipht, Welsh name of Egypt, BB 1:315
Airyana, inner African, NG 2:21
Airyana Vaéjo, Paradise described in Avesta, AE 1:378
Aiu, the overseer, BB 2:409, 414; ass-headed god, with the solar disk, AE 2:647, 653; followers of Iu, later Jews, AE 648; accompanying sun-god as 'Flocks of Ra,' AE 2:653
Ak, star, rope of solar boat was made fast, AE 1:395
Akar, the viper of Typhon, BB 2:243; a name of Amenta, AE 1:39; burial-place of Gog and his multitude, AE 1:473; valley of Amenta, sepulchre of Osiris in, AE 1:474; resurrection in, AE 1:475; covert in the midst of, AE 1:476; the lowest story of the Ark, AE 2:574
Akar or Khar, an underworld presided over by the Sphinx, AE 1:337
Akerit, goddess of Akar, AE 1:337
Akh, the oath, NG 2:96
Akh, Assyrian moon-god, BB 2:293
Akharru, Assyrian west, BB 1:15
Akhekh, monster of darkness, BB 1:92, NG 1:295; dragon of the deep, BB 2:231
Akhemu-Seku, non-setting stars, AE 1:323, 387, AE 2:627
Akhemu-Ureta, setting stars, BB 1:219
Akhenaten—see Khu-en-Aten
Akilles, sun-god, AE 1:364
Akkad, laws of, NG 1:460
Aku, a god, BB 2:495
Alah, a goddess, BB 2:71
Alban Hills, the seven, AE 2:609
Alcheringa, mythical past, AE 1:66; ancestors, half woman, half man, AE 2:579; no men or women in, AE 1:429
Aleph, BB 2:120; = child Christ, NG 1:288
Alexander, as Ichthus, the fish, AE 2:743
Ali, or seven companions, ML 116, 221; associate gods with Ptah, AE 1:344, 405, 409-10, 413, 432-8, 454, AE 2:594
All Souls’ day, BB 1:271293, NG 2:359; night, NG 2:262
All Souls' Eve, BB 1:292
'All the Buddhas,' NG 2:384
'All Souls,' ML 211
Allegories, Philo on, NG 2:5; came first, ML 81
Allhallows Eve, BB 1:291
Altar, and deluge; Ara, NG 2:201; type of victory, NG 2:206; coffin, the first, AE 1:221; of Palmyrene at Rome, AE 1:343; of the Cyclops, AE 1:386; for sacrifices after the Deluge, AE 2:569; of pole, mound, AE 2:587; built by Moses, AE 2:666; astronomical in the constellation Ara, AE 2:786; night of provisioning the, AE 2:868
Altars, of equinoxes, NG 2:204; seven of, NG 2:224, 385
Aluheim, = Elohim, ML 124
Amalek, BB 2:240-1; compared with Egyptian Am, AE 2:644; war of, AE 2:661
Amartyam Madam, the immortal stimulant, ML 209
Amasis, BB 1:42
Ambrose, identified Jesus with good scarabaeus, BB 2:317, ML 11
Amchaspands, seven, ML 124
Amemit, typical devourer, AE 2:643
Amen, a title of Sebek, BB 2:408; hidden sun, NG 1:4; born of time, NG 2:95, ML 175, 178; born of cycles, NG 1:5; overthrown by Sevekh-Ra, NG 2:77; = Hidden God, ML 174; sees in secret, ML 186; ram-headed, constellation Aries, AE 1:302
Amen-Ra, BB 1:44, 177, BB 2:66, 101; divine father BB 2:408; = Egyptian Apollo, AE 2:714; 'Entire God,' AE 2:717
Ame-no-mi-Hashira, Japanese divine pillar of heaven, AE 1:351
Ame-no-mi-naka-Nushi-no-Kami, Japanese god of pole-star, AE 1:379
Amenemhat I, BB 1:45; sarcophagus of, BB 2:287
Amenemhat III, BB 1:45
Amenemhat IV, BB 1:43, 45
Amenhept III, BB 1:13, BB 2:337, 387, 398; mother was a black, BB 2:405; statue of, BB 2:406
Amenhept
IV, BB 1:13, BB 2:398, 408 (See also Khu-en-Aten)
Amenhept A-peh-peh, BB 2:409
Amenhept-Hui
, built temple of Kak, BB 2:337
Amenophis III
, BB 2:63, 416, 432
Amenta
, meeting-place of sun and moon, AE 1:31; resurrection of the soul in, AE 1:152; manes put together in, AE 1:198; mystical abodes in, AE 1:201; Solar god in, AE 1:251; night of great battle in; ten great mysteries on ten different nights, AE 1:220; entrance to, a movable stone, AE 1:227; traditions of, continued in Rome, AE 1:241; mysteries of, purification by fire, AE 1:247; eater of the shades in, AE 1:315; excavated by Ptah and his seven Ali, AE 1:411, 413, AE 2:638; subterranean country of the nocturnal sun, dawn and sunset its gates, road to heaven for the manes, AE 1:11; firmament upraised by Ptah, AE 1:347; earth of the manes, entrance to, a blind doorway, AE 1:355; its purgatory, hells, mount, tree, solar bark, teba, ladder of ascent to heaven, AE 1:360; the Irish, AE 1:366; Paradise of Atum, AE 1:397; Dante’s Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise, domains in, place of purification and preparation for Paradise, AE 1:415; a funeral valley in time West, mount of resurrection in the East, AE 1:416; a new dynasty of deities founded; various stars, constellations, &c., repeated in, AE 1:420; the making of, repeated as the Creation in Genesis, AE 1:425; entrance to, in the West, AE 1:460; fourteen domains in, AE 1:461; the valleys of Achor, Rephaim, Siddim, Hinom, figures of, AE 1:475; land of monsters, compared with Psalms, AE 1:481; entrance to, AE 2:639-40; the place of graves, AE 2:644; twelve domains, gates, astronomical divisions, AE 2:649, 774; battles in, AE 2:652; abodes of; height of its giants; size of its corn, AE 2:657; Hades in the eleventh abode; the devouring demon, Am-Moloch, AE 2:658; war of light and darkness in, AE 2:713; twelve divisions in, corresponding to twelve hours of darkness; twelve gates or doors guarded by twelve serpents, repeated in Pistis Sophia, AE 2:774; secret earth of nocturnal sun, in mythos; spirit world of dead once more living, in eschatology, AE 2:806; Am-Khemen, Paradise of eight great gods, AE 1:304, 321, 322, 348, 350, 364, 397, 422, 445, 448, 584, AE 2:603, 621
Ammah, place of refuge in Amenta, AE 2:643; region reserved for gods and glorified spirits; land of Goshen; sixth abode salutation of the manes to, AE 2:651; Amsta, Hapi, Tuamutef, and Kabhsenuf, brothers, children, of gods of four quarters, AE 2:782, 824, 826, 857-9; paralleled with James, Andrew, John, Peter, AE 2:859, 864; four who guard the coffin of Osiris, AE 2:877
Amenti, BB 2:48, 95, 108
Ammonius, Alexandrinus, NG 2:469
Amset, the carpenter, NG 2:466
Amshaspands, Persian, NG 1:7, 317
Am-Smen, BB 1:253; place of eight gods, NG 1:5, NG 2:47; paradise, Eden, ML 115, 123
Amma-Agdistis, goddess of Phrygians, BB 2:229
Ammit, devouring demon, BB 2:240; the devourer of the dead, BB 2:581
Amsu, awaking of, AE 1:477; staff of, buried with deceased, found in oldest coffins; type of protecting power, AE 1:487
Amsu-Horus, type of resurrection, AE 1:190, AE 2:753; the Christ who rose from mummy as spirit; = Kamite Christ, AE 1:215; man of thirty tears, AE 1:332, 367; shepherd of flocks of Ra, AE 1:487, AE 2:753; bull of his mother, AE 1:515; 'lifter of the arm,' AE 1:531-3, AE 2:832; the husbandman, AE 2:710; transformation of, at thirty, the Good Shepherd, AE 2:798; the risen sahu, identical with the Christ of Paul, AE 1:800
An, an ancient throne name, AE 1:277
An, = Anup or Sut-Anubis, Dog-star, Baal, BB 1:450
An or Un, goddess of periodicity, BB 2:130
Anastasi I, an Egyptian scholar, BB 2:424
Anata, goddess of bow and spear, BB 1:13
Ancestor, confused with totemic type, NG 1:66
Ancestor-Worshippers, Spiritualists, AE 1:154, 162-3
Ancestors, 4 of 4 quarters, NG 1:407; festival of, AE 1:121; mythical, of Arunta, AE 1:149; two spirits of the Japanese, AE 1:402
Ancestral spirit, serpent, symbol of, NG 1:51
Ancestral spirits, worship of, AE 1:146, 150-1; in Book of the Dead, AE 1:152; prayers to, AE 1:154-5
Ancestral spirits and animistic Nature Powers, difference between, AE 1:145-8; offer food to voyagers in Ark of Nnu, on arrival at eternal city, AE 2:555
Ancient of Days, BB 1:293, 308, BB 2:40, 225, 227, 278, 487, NG 2:381
Androgynous types, sphinx, lion-tail, Pan, NG 1:505; Khem, Nnui, NG 1:510; Horus, Astarte, Baal, Venus, Ishtar, Zikar, Male-ess, Old Scratch, NG 1:511; Venus Barbatus, Semiramis, NG 1:512; Meradoch, Jehovah, Aten, NG 1:513; Brahm, NG 1:514; A O, NG 1:515; Bacchus, calf, ox, NG 1:516; Messiah, NG 1:517
Angel, derived from Egyptian, BB 2:130
Angelology, rabbinical, BB 2:128
Angels, 4, of 4 quarters, NG 1:410; word spoken by, NG 2:366; worship of, NG 2:357
Angels who fell from Heaven, AE 2:618; seven in Revelation, AE 2:700
Angro-Mainyus, the Persian devil, ML 145
Anhar, = Har-Tema, BB 2:230; male-female, BB 2:300; human, lion and monkey form, BB 2:516; = Maui, BB 2:567-9
Anhur, uplifter of the sky, AE 1:314, AE 2:658; name of Shu, AE 2:631; equivalent of Moses, AE 2:658, 661; uplifter of firmament at night; leader of upper heaven; Regulus; lifter of solar disk at dawn, AE 2:660; Shu compared with Moses, AE 2:663, 665-6, 682-3; compared with Anouris, AE 2:665; smiter of the rock, AE 2:667
Anhar-Shu-si-Ra-Neb-Khepsh, BB 1:346
Ani, picture of, AE 1:412; with his wife Tutu in Amenta, = Adam and Eve of Genesis, AE 1:463-4, 469; resurrection of, AE 2:865
Animal magnetism, used by Hindus, the Chaldeans, Assyrians, Egyptians, ML 205
Animal sounds, foundation of words, AE 1:41, 43, 49, 50
Animal types, AE 1:9, 10, 12, 16, 44, 50
Animals, symbolical language of, AE 1:9; hieroglyphic signs, AE 1:12, 33, 42-3; totemic, AE 1:31
Anit, the weaver, BB 1:198
Ank, wears hemp on her head, BB 1:442
Ankh, sign of life, NG 1:25; type name of ear, NG 1:81; knot, sign of capture, NG 1:107; key of life, Egyptian, AE 2:717, 889; keys of death and hell, Revelation, AE 2:717
Ankh-sign, in gesture speech, NG 1:23; untied in death, NG 1:26
Ankh-nes-pa-Aten, = Ankh-nes-Amen, BB 2:411
Ankhu, Mount in the West, AE 1:365; the eternal God, a title of Atum-Huhi, AE 2:717
Annedoti, BB 2:328; 4 fish men, NG 2:390; seven fish-men, AE 2:597
Annu, solar place BB 2:83; On of the Bible, BB 2:287; place of Two Waters, NG 1:166; of South, Hermonthes of North, Heliopolis; station of pole, AE 1:266; celestial locality, the eternal city, AE 1:363; lamp of, AE 1:397; meeting-place of two earths; place between Sut and Horus proclaimed in, AE 1:414; Horus, heir of, AE 1:529; nome of the Prince of, AE 1:550; Books of Taht, kept in, AE 2:703; the place of bread; seven loaves with Ra in,  AE 2:812, 836; Horus, avenger of his father in; Horus drives his adversaries from temple of, AE 2:837; resurrection of Osiris in, AE 2:842; paralleled with Bethany, AE 2:845; place of provisions for the manes; place of festivals of Osiris; an oasis in desert of Amenta, created for Osiris; two divine sisters given to him there, AE 2:846
Annunciation, conception, birth, adoration, four scenes depicted in temple of Luxor, BB 2:406, AE 2:757
Anointed, BB 2:267; first divine son in mythology was not truly, BB 2:77; of the Lord, AE 1:521
Anointing, BB 1:295, boy becomes an adult upon, AE 1:95, 217; mortal Horus when he became Horus in spirit; Roman Catholic, AE 1:95; mummies, AE 1:95, 216; statue of deceased, with oil, AE 1:214; the mummy, making the typical Christ, AE 1:215; Jesus, AE 2:846, 871, 880
Anosh, Enochian messiah, BB 2:157, 498
Anrutef, region of sterility and barrenness, BB 2:192; land of darkness, AE 1:416; wilderness of; place where Isis sought water of life, AE 1:528; desert in Amenta, AE 2:642, 676; wilderness where Horus was blinded by Sut, AE 2:835
Ansar and Kisar, creation of, AE 1:400
Anthropos as Christ, NG 2:133, 372; = Son of Man of Christians, ML 62; 'Son of Man,' a title of the Christ, ML 68
Antiochus Epiphanes, BB 2:266-7
Anu, 'King of the seven sons of earth,' AE 1:323
Anu of Assyria, BB 1:297
Anunaki, seven spirits of earth, AE 1:272, 323, 338, 412; guardians of the water of life, AE 1:338, 412
Anup or Anubis, BB 1:255, 314, 359, 450, BB 2:248-9; double Anubis, BB 1:426; fenekh, also a type of Sut; BB 1:20; double holy house, BB 2:60; the announcer, BB 2:499; form of Sut, BB 2:157; the star-god, BB 2:512; the Dog-star, BB 2:587; guide of the sun in the underworld, BB 2:653; twin, NG 1:456; guide of stars, NG 2:104; jackal or dog, conductor of souls, NG 1:54; the breather, NG 2:459; ML 138; as jackal, AE 1:2, 436; god of the pole, AE 1:120, 369; the embalmer, AE 1:217-8; eighth god, deity of north celestial pole, AE 1:322-3; son of Nut, AE 1:323; portrayed on a gnostic gem holding scorpions, AE 1:324; great Judge in heaven, AE 1:331, 386, AE 2:861; the baptizer, AE 1:364; with Tehuti on the equinoctial colure; jackal god, guide of ways, AE 1:369; master of the inundation, AE 1:377, AE 2:550; crier in wilderness, preparer of way of the Lord, AE 1:523, AE 2:862; bark of, AE 2:559; witness for Horus, AE 2:706, 855; baptizer of Horus, AE 2:787; the typical baptizer, AE 2:794
Anup and Bata, legend of, compared with Joseph, AE 1:27; the twin brothers, AE 1:512; form of Sut and Horus, AE 1:512-3; Bata the bull, AE 1:514
Anush, who was first of all Sut, BB 2:105; wolf-dog, BB 2:157; name of dog or wolf, NG 1:55
A O, androgynous type, NG 1:515; or I U, the Coming One, NG 2:374
Apap, BB 1:91; gigantic, serpent of darkness, NG 1:295; Horus overthrows, ML 145; giant serpent of darkness, ML 207; water reptile, AE 1:9, 258, 448, AE 2:712; dragon, piercing his eye, AE 1:19; prototype of evil, AE 1:121; figure of, in wax, to be destroyed, AE 1:209; 'Old Serpent,' AE 1:240; constellation Hydra, AE 1:259, 270, 287, 298; dragon of drought, AE 1:287, 291, 298; devourer of moon; a snake, type of, AE 1:287; bringer of death into the world, AE 1:288; speared by Isis, AE 1:288, 417; dragon of darkness, AE 1:291, 369, 417; the drowning of, AE 1:292, 298, AE 2:634; fighting Horus in decans of the Twins, AE 1:295; dragon of evil, AE 1:320; lair of, AE 1:361; void of, AE 1:394, 448; cause of strife in Amenta; the Jewish evil serpent, AE 1:447; battle with, in Amenta, in Aarru, AE 1:462, AE 2:653; dragon, Pharaoh who kept people in bondage, AE 2:655; monster that drank up all the water; the Fall of, AE 2:713; zoomorphic type of evil, Evil One in mythology, AE 2:833
Apapa, Arunta whirlwinds, AE 1:287
Ape, smenstruating  image of the word, BB 2:633; earliest scribe, BB 2:638; form of phoenix, NG 1:51; 2nd toe longest, NG 1:2, 179; of 7 cubits; type of Yima and Adam, NG 2:129; lets in deluge, NG 2:151; as time-keeper, NG 2:279; aluter of the light, AE 1:4, AE 2:691; typical talker, AE 1:39; type of Taht, AE 2:556, 691; a giant, of seven cubits; eight cubits, AE 2:594; one of the giants of the pole-star constellations; zootype of Shu, AE 2:613
Apelles, NG 1:535
Apes, seven spirits of fire round the throne of Ra, compared with the seven in Revelation, AE 2:721
Apheru, the lord of Lycopolis, BB 2:64
Apis, BB 1:271; royal bull, BB 1:39, 261; funeral rites of, BB 1:256; followers of, ML 206
Apollo, BB 1:369, BB 2:298; = Horus, BB 2:199; = rat-killer, BB 1:323; related to the sun, ML 190; destroyer of the giants, ML 191; = Taht, ML 192
Apollonius Molon, attacked by Josephus, BB 2:348
Apollonius of Tyana, NG 1:361
Apophis, BB 1:91, 233, BB 2:51, 88, 97, 108, 192, 197, 260, 272; Apophis-serpent, BB 1:291; rat as destroyer, BB 1:323; serpent of Egypt, BB 2:54; the Wicked, BB 2:94; satanic monster and adversary of souls, BB 2:631
Apostate dragon, NG 1:364
Apostles, 12, zodiacal, NG 1:449-12; of the Ram, NG 2:57
Apsaras and Dragon, Japanese myth, origin of Japan, AE 2:603
Apt or Aft, = abode, a name of the goddess, BB 1:34; birthplace, BB 1:36; pool of the twin truths, BB 1:44; = Great One, BB 1:426; = Ta-urt, BB 2:60; signifies judgment and judge, BB 2:139; goddess of Great Bear, BB 2:152; reduced form of Khept, BB 2:370; = stable or manger, BB 2:650; as water-cow, AE 1:2, 261, 306, 387, AE 2:589; old first mother, AE 1:59; as hippopotamus type of Great Mother, AE 1:97, 260; Great Mother in four manifestations; mother of sparks, AE 1:123; goddess of Great Bear, AE 1:187, 321; 'Living Word,' AE 1:193; 'Mother of beginnings'; 'Mother of the starry revolutions,' AE 1:221; Great Mother in Nubia, AE 1:251; compound figure of Great Mother, AE 1:274; as crocodile, AE 1:277; mother of fields of heaven, AE 1:301, 321-2; giver of liquid, AE 1:306; cow of earth, AE 1:311; ark of souls, AE 1:387, 558; mother of seven primeval powers, AE 1:421; protector of the dead, AE 1:455; the Chinese dragon, a form of, AE 2:589; red hippopotamus; scarlet lady of Ritual, AE 2:698; female dragon, AE 2:707; kindler of light for the deceased, AE 2:883
Apta, BB 1:15; name of crib and manger, ML 7; Egyptian name of equator, AE 1:259; mount of earth, figure of equator, AE 1:261; old primeval home, AE 1:270; highest point of earth, AE 1:348; mount of earth, AE 1:376
Apuat, double guide of ways, BB 2:499; jackal, AE 1:86, 369, 387; opener of roads, AE 2:862
Apuru, a preparer of bows, ML 191
Aquarius, sun in, end of inundation, AE 1:300; Menat, AE 1:302
Ar-en-Har, or eye of Horus, BB 2:679
Ara, the altar, NG 2:201; Southern altar, AE 1:270
Aralli, land of, Babylonian, AE 1:349
Ararat, BB 1:452; the ark mountain, NG 2:235
Arathis, goddess, BB 2:331
Arawak deluge, NG 2:236
Arawn Pendaran, = Lord of Thunder, BB 1:344
Arbanel, NG 2:394
Arcana Imperii in Rome, NG 2:408
Archer, sign of bow in the cloud, NG 2:210
Arctic regions, origin of, NG 1:343
Arddha-Nári, trinity in unity, NG 1:205
Arg Roud, cow of heaven, AE 1:313
Argha-yoni, ML 196
Argo Navis, bark on the waters of Milky Way, AE 1:362, AE 2:575; form of Ark of heaven, AE 1:396; collector of souls, AE 2:579; receding backwards in precession, AE 2:550
Ari or Aru, companions, = Elohim BB 2:127, NG 2:22; guardians, watchers, etc., ML 124, 221
Aries, Amen, the ram-headed, AE 1:302; new heaven in, NG 2:334
Arits, mansions, seven in great house of the eternal city, AE 2:600
Ark, BB 2:51; type of female, BB 1:104; as uterine, BB 1:105; of Nevydd, BB 1:105; of Kęd, BB 1:317; primitive was type of the goddess, BB 2:516; of eight measures in Paradise of Am-Khemen, AE 1:324, 577; the covenant, NG 2:96; of Osiris, NG 2:155; stones, NG 2:191; entered by Osiris, NG 2:202; of the moon, NG 2:203; the Great Pyramid, NG 2:226; of two saved, NG 2:232, 240; four saved, eight saved, NG 2:239; of nine, NG 2:248; that broke in two, NG 2:232; mount, mound, argion, argos, NG 2:234; of the four quarters, NG 2:238; of the heavens, NG 2:262; final form in heaven, NG 2:264; tie, origin of, NG 2:277; Osiris in, NG 2:443; earliest figure of, Horus on his papyrus reed, AE 1:394; of the moon, AE 2:550; of souls, AE 2:551; type of helpfulness and charity, AE 2:552; of Nnu, AE 2:553, 558, 575; of Ra, AE 2:553; that rested on Mount Nizir, Mount Ararat, Mount Manu, AE 2:553, 554, 556; of seven cubits, AE 2:551, 577; of eight cubits, AE 2:555-6, 577; of four cubits, AE 2:577; Pleiades an ark for the Khuti; Lesser Bear, an ark for Anup and seven voyagers round the pole; Orion an ark for the holy sahus, AE 2:558; the crescent moon of Taht, AE 2:558, 563; of the four quarters, AE 2:559, 575; eight persons in ark of Ra, eight in ark of Noah, AE 2:560, 564; two birds that flew out of the, AE 2:563; of Osiris, AE 2:564; of Noë; Noah of the seven; of heaven in ten divisions, of heaven in twelve divisions, AE 2:565; of Menwyd, formed of serpents joined together, AE 2:573; of Noah; figure of three worlds, AE 2:573; of Nnu on sarcophagus of Seti, AE 2:574; of Noë on Apamean coin; of the sphere; coffin, a type of, AE 2:576; lunar measurements of, solar measurements of, AE 2:578; geometrical figure of heaven, AE 2:579; an ark of safety for the seven, AE 2:594; of Noah, Armenian tradition, AE 2:608; tortoise, a Mandan image of the, AE 2:617; descent of human race from, AE 2:621; of bulrush, of papyrus reed, AE 2:663; or sanctuary, Moses commanded to make, AE 2:668; shrine, AE 2:669-70
Arkadians, pro-Selenes, NG 2:15
Arke, BB 2:152; in the Greek mysteries, was the genetrix of the gods, BB 2:134
Arkite typology, NG 2:187
Arkology, in Britain, NG 2:252
Ark-city, Surippak; Erech-Suburi, seven at seven stages of the pole, AE 2:587; at Mycenae; Erech of the seven stones, AE 2:604
Arm, of the Lord, AE 1:529, 531-2; of Osiris, AE 1:529, 531; holy arm of retribution; right arm lifted, sign of resurrection; Amsu-Horus, 'lifter of the arm,' AE 1:531-3, AE 2:832; Fijian custom of burying a hero with right arm above ground, AE 1:531; freeing arm of mummy from bandages, type of resurrection, AE 2:832
Arrow, symbol of Shu, BB 2:253, 354
Artemis, BB 2:47, ML 191
Arth, goddess of the Great Bear in ancient Welsh mythology, BB 1:316-7, 358, AE 1:309, 376
Arthur, seven companions of, BB 1:312, ML 124; star is Great Bear. BB 1:318; Knights of Round Table, BB 1:341; parents are Great Dragon and Eigyr. BB 1:358; = sabean Mercury, BB 1:359;  twelve battles, BB 1:360; Sut-Har, BB 1:369; = divine child BB 1:403; son of the Great Bear, BB 1:450; transformed into a raven, NG 1:475; three wives of; NG 1:532; the eighth in company of eight British gods, AE 1:322, 368; = Irish Horus, AE 1:366; and his knights, AE 1:376; Round Table of, AE 1:381; glass fort of, AE 1:391
Arthur's Seat, BB 1:468
Arthur's Table, BB 1:401
As-t or Hes-t, BB 1:321
Asar, = Osiris, BB 2:78
Ascalon, ML 175
Ascension Day, custom on, BB 1:282
Asenath, wife of Joseph, a form of Neith, AE 1:515
Aseth, = Sut, BB 2:396
Asherah, BB 2:293; a Phoenician goddess, BB 2:70; the tree, BB 2:210
Ashet, variant of the name of Set or Sut, BB 2:498
Ashmunein, town of Taht, AE 1:304
Ashtareth, BB 1:321
Ashtoreth, Solomon’s temple to; mount of the Mother, BB 1:276, AE 1:538
Ashtaroth, BB 2:46, 164, 171, 293, 366, 374; horned goddess, = Egyptian Ta-urt, BB 2:146; goddess of the seven stars, as Elohim, BB 2:148; mother of Melchizedek, BB 2:340
Ashtaroth-Elohim, = Hes-Taur-Hept, BB 2:311
Asnath, consort of Joseph, BB 2:306
Ass, = type of Sut, BB 2:146, 266; Iu, ancient name of, BB 2:299; typhonian, belongs to cult of Kefa or Sut, BB 2:316; a type of Baba, BB 2:631; typhonian type of the moon. ML 183; of lunar phenomena, ML 234-5; type of Tum, AE 1:24; saluter of the gods, AE 1:39; type of Iu, AE 1:503, 506, AE 2:732; Iao and Aiu, god with head of an ass, AE 1:506, AE 2:647; Iao-Sabaoth, god with face of an ass, ass-headed god in the Collegio Romano, AE 1:506; ass type of solar sufferer in Amenta, AE 1:507; type of solar power divinized in Atum, AE 1:507, AE 2:753; statue of a man sitting on ass, AE 1:507
Assur, and Kissur, BB 2:143ML 220
Astanphćus, ML 124
Astarte, BB 1:13, 277, 319, 321, 369, BB 2:106, 166, 293; star of, BB 2:199
Asterodia, BB 1:321
Astral projection, common to the old dark races, ML 238
Astronomical mythology, BB 2:185; at least 30,000 years of time, ML 58
Astronomical Christology, BB 2:390
Astronomical signs, personified Nature powers, AE 1:123; compared with Egyptian gods and goddesses, AE 1:302; 'Aten,' ancient form of Har-Makhu, AE 1:339
Astronomy, mythological, creation derived from, BB 2:125; imagery astronomical then eschatological, BB 2:127; Chinese, BB 2:133; cannot be considered without mythology, ML 133
Aswan, BB 1:30
Atergatis, BB 1:424, BB 2:578
Aten, BB 2:296; = Hebrew Adonai, BB 2:259; the lord, BB 2:294; the one god, BB 2:399; worshipped by the Ethiopians, BB 2:405; revolt of cult, under Amenhepts III and IV, BB 2:406;  type of oneness, BB 2:437; sun in Egypt, = Adon of Syria, ML 5; Highness, ML 131
Atergatis, fish-goddess, ML 9
Athamas, the twofold, at Samothrace, AE 1:500
Atheism, ML 132
Articulation, rudimentary in Africa, NG 1:239
Arushis, NG 1:7, NG 2:2
Aryan name from Ari, companions, NG 2:22
Aryana-vaęjo, from, tree of, NG 1:394
As a-an, curse of rain, NG 2:173
Asherah, tree of knowledge, NG 2:295
Ass, a sayer, NG 1:10, 339; beating, Christian sport, NG 1:47; three-legged, guide to the waters, NG 2:346; and cult, NG 2:450
Astarte, androgynous type, NG 1:511
Astronomy, not invented, origin of, earliest observations, NG 1:345, NG 2:214, 334; Gnostic, NG 2:483
Asuras and Maruts, NG 2:114
Asvins, twin brothers, NG 1:485
Aswatha, tree of knowledge, NG 2:297
Atalan, left hand or west, NG 2:231
Atalantes of Lybia, NG 2:231
Atam or Adamic, languages, NG 2:17
Aten, androgynous type, NG 1:512
Atlantis, BB 2:129; seven caves or islands of sunken, BB 2:585, 642; tenfold, NG 2:184; Solon on legends of, NG 2:185; Proclus on, NG 2:186; seven islands of, NG 2:228; mythical, NG 2:229; name, AE 1:549; lost islands of, AE 1:550, AE 2:581, 583, 603, 609; seventh island sank when seventh station of Pole subsided, AE 2:621
Atlas, keeper of the pillars, BB 2:263; = Egyptian Shu-Anhur, elevator of the sky, AE 1:352
Atma, the creative soul, ML 230
Atonement, falsity of, ML 269; has no virtue, ML 273
Atti-Cotti, BB 1:458, 470, 486
Atum (Atum-Ra, Atum-Horus, Atum-Iu), BB 1:286, 328, BB 2:66, 90, 246, 301; = Adam and mythical Thomas, BB 1:97; great judge, avenger, BB 1:159; lord of An, BB 1:335, 344; sun-god, BB 1:337; temple of, BB 2:136; 'Mother-goddess of time,' BB 2:210; appears in Ritual as a female, BB 2:282; first form of the sun, wears double crown, earlier form of Aten, Adon, or Tammuz, BB 2:288; = Hebrew Adam, BB 2:289; The Living, BB 2:304; son of Ptah, BB 2:320, AE 1:234-5, 411, 431, 434; a form of Har-Makhu, BB 2:322; = Adam, = Abram a form of Har-Makhu, BB 2:325; typhonian origin of, BB 2:367; black doll type, BB 2:470; One God, father of souls, NG 1:7, AE 2:583-4; the red sun, ML 19, 116, 178, 194; the eternal, ML 230; fatherhood individualized in, ML 233; man perfected in, AE 1:88; begetter of souls, AE 1:182; a voluntary sacrifice, AE 1:234-5; creator by blood, AE 1:235; sign of Leo, AE 1:302; Great Judge, AE 1:358, 386, 473, AE 2:704, 720; crosser in solar bark, AE 1:411, 431, 434; Ra at his first appearance in Amenta, AE 1:412; earliest representative of nocturnal sun, AE 1:416; his war with Apap, AE 1:417; creator of eternity; enlightener of the double earth, AE 1:419; twelve gods in heaven of, AE 1:422-3, two, corresponding to the two Adams, AE 1:424; one god in two characters of Father and Son, AE 1:424, 520, AE 2:668; kamite Holy Spirit, AE 1:428, AE 2:721, 763; represented by lion, AE 1:436, 504; development of, AE 1:436; original of Hebrew Adam, AE 1:437; first god delineated in form of a man, AE 1:437-8, 442, AE 2:724, 793; male and female creator in one; giver of breath, AE 1:441; two wives of, AE 1:456; seven souls of, AE 1:479; represented at Annu by fish of inundation, also by Iu-em-hetep as Ichthon the fish, AE 1:500; = Lion of Judah, AE 1:503; represented by an ass, AE 1:506; god of Justice, Truth, and Righteousness, AE 1:537; ass-headed god in Amenta, AE 2:647; sun in Amenta, AE 2:648; One God worshipped at On or Annu, AE 2:668, 680; = bull, AE 2:677; divine lawgiver, AE 2:678; god the father in Revelation, AE 2:717; closer and opener of Amenta, AE 2:717-8; the red god, AE 2:718; god with lion’s face, portrayed standing on a lion, 'god in lion form,' AE 2:731; fish of Iusăas and bread of Nephthys, AE 2:734; resurrection of, supported by his two sons, AE 2:886, 889
Atum-Harmakhu, the sun-god, BB 2:297
Atum-Huhi, only deity in Egypt worshipped as living Lord, AE 2:717
Atum-Iusaas, BB 2:287
Atum-Ra, of the seventh heaven, NG 2:68, 73, ML 128
Atys, his offence, NG 2:122
Au or Ausu, Iu, Iusu, = black Jesus of Egypt, BB 2:300
Aub, = serpent, ML 207
Audhumla, cow of heaven, AE 1:352-3
Augustine, his tirade against Gnosticism, AE 2:904
Augustus, in the character of 'Prince of peace,' = Messiah of astronomical mythology, AE 2:742, 760; rebuilder of Temple of Hathor at Denderah; proclaimed himself God on Earth, worshipped; a Greek inscription respecting birthday of, AE 2:760
Augustus Caesar, decree of, NG 2:401
Auritae, BB 1:28; or Afritae, or Kafritae, BB 2:591
Aurora Borealis, light of Eskimo Mount of Glory, AE 1:378
Authorities—see Bibliographical Index
Avaiki, mute land, Mangaian myth, AE 1:67; mother and daughter, AE 1:86; seven islands of, NG 2:24
Avalon, ancient British island in the north, where 'Loadstone Castle' stood, AE 1:381
Avaris, Typho's city, BB 2:404
Avebury, BB 1:392, 418; form of the mount, BB 1:420
Avilix, Mexican god turned into stone, AE 2:605
Axe, buried with dead, NG 1:131-2
Ayin, BB 2:121
Azi-Dahaka and red dragon, BB 2:260, NG 2:380
Aztec signs of the four elements, NG 1:411
Aztec calendar, NG 2:305
B, figure of 2, NG 1:200
Ba, BB 1:114; human-headed soul, AE 1:479
Baal, BB 1:357, 382, 450, BB 2:48, 294, 330; pillar of BB 2:74-5; = Beli, BB 1:83, 426; BB 2:110, 314; fire of, stone of, BB 1:375; androgynous type, NG 1:511; the name of, AE 1:498
Baal-fire, BB 1:220, 283, 301
Baal-Itan, earliest form of solar Baal, BB 2:296
Baal-Kaas, BB 2:93
Baal-Peor, mysteries of, BB 2:295
Baal-Sutekh, ass-headed Sut, BB 2:294
Baal-zebub, = Sut-Typhon, BB 2:148, 294; devil in physical phenomena, NG 1:326
Baalim, seven Ali or companion gods, AE 1:497-8
Bab, beb, bob, bau, or abyss, NG 1:462
Baba, = eternal devourer; banquet of, AE 2:754
Baba the Beast, BB 1:163, BB 2:24, 41; = Typhon, BB 1:91-2, BB 2:241; a name of Typhon, BB 1:140; image = Great Bear, BB 1:140
Babel, BB 2:208; legend of, and Cusick's account, BB 2:206-7
Babel-tower, BB 2:227, 433, NG 2:88, 223, 227
Baboon, judge in Namaqualand fable, AE 1:252
Babylon, = 'gate of God,' BB 2:512
Babylonian three primary heavens, NG 2:56
Bacchus, BB 2:57, 76, 264-5, 504; squeezing grapes, BB 2:247; female breasts, BB 2:299; androgynous type, NG 1:516; and Keres, NG 2:365; male-female, AE 2:717
Backsliders, lapsed from teaching of Paul, who preach the externalised history, ML 38
Bahu, god of inundation, AE 1:277; source of inundation, AE 1:278
Baiame, = 'The Maker,' BB 2:578; god of some Australian tribes, AE 1:376
Baird, Lady, BB 1:122
Bakhu, solar mount, AE 1:348, AE 2:824; Egyptian Mount of Olives, AE 2:754, 772, 820-1; mount on which the dead were raised, AE 2:853; Mount of Glory, AE 2:819; Sebek, Lord of, AE 2:824
Balaam, BB 2:268-9, 683
Balance, figure of equinoctial level, AE 1:344, AE 2:679; seven arms of the, AE 1:344; arms of the, AE 1:422, AE 2:551, 600, 705; Amsu-Horus, his eyebrows 'two arms of the ...,' AE 1:533; in the circumpolar Maat, AE 2:602; symbol of Maat, AE 2:679; for weighing good and evil deeds, AE 2:705, 709; in Revelation, AE 2:709
Balarama, ML 172, 181
Ballima, heaven in New Holland mythology, AE 1:244
Bambino, black child-Christ, AE 2:754
Baphomet, BB 2:144
Baptism, rites of, NG 1:110, 159-161; at puberty, NG 1:111; by water and breath, NG 1:159; Hottentot, thunderstorm, NG 1:331; for the dead, NG 1:549; rebirth from water, NG 2:190; ML 227; deceased baptized ten times, AE 1:235; in natron, nitre, salt, AE 1:236; in lake of propitiation, AE 1:375; Jesus proclaimed Son of God the Father at his, AE 2:790, 856; in the waters of setting sun; Jesus prepared by baptism for his conflict with Satan, AE 2:835
Bar, earliest son, Babylonian Bel, BB 2:440
Bar-Sut, BB 2:75, 145; earliest Baal or Bel, BB 2:282
Bar-Sutekh, BB 1:13, 378, BB 2:256, 281; = Sut-Anubis, BB 1:83, 357; son of the mother, BB 2:226; god of fire of Dog-star, BB 2:497
Bar-Typhon, BB 2:268; war-god, = Sut, BB 2:145
Barak, = Sutekh, BB 2:145
Barber, Mrs, NG 1:31
Barber’s pole, = tree of life, NG 1:436
BarddasBB 1:84
Bardism, BB 1:444-5
Bariak-Nachash, great serpent of Hebrew mythology, BB 2:54
Bark (or boat), of Ra, AE 1:347, 411; the Maatit and the Sektit, AE 1:361; of heaven; of millions of years, AE 1:395; of souls, AE 1:395, AE 2:554, 656, 737; of heaven, its arrival greeted, AE 1:396; of Orion, AE 2:550; solar, AE 2:555; type of helpfulness and charity, AE 2:552; of the sun, directed by the Osiris Nnu, AE 2:570; four gods of, AE 2:574; an ark of safety for primordial seven, AE 2:594; of Hasisadra, AE 2:600; papyrus bark; of Peter, AE 2:763; Horus the teacher in, with the four, seven, or twelve, Jesus the teacher in, AE 2:827-8; two, of Lord of Sau; two mentioned by Luke, AE 2:829
Barnabas, denies human nature of the Christ, ML 33
Basilides, a Revivalist of Gnosticism, ML 51
Bast, BB 1:465; goddess of drink, BB 1:469
Bat, inspirer of breath, NG 1:175
Bata, bull beloved by Pharaoh, AE 1:514-5; see also Anup and Bata
Bath-Kol, logos, NG 2:355
Bau, abyss, void, hole of the tomb, Hebrew bohu, Phoenician baev, BB 2:501, ML 115-6
Be-Baste, Irish goddess of moisture, BB 1:467
Bead, type of reproduction, NG 1:127, 129; buried with the dead, NG 1:128
Bean, signifies resurrection, BB 1:109
Bear, type of Sut-Typhon, BB 1:261, 307, greater and lesser, two cherubs, griffins or dragons, NG 1:356; names of, NG 2:5; and dragon, primal pair, NG 2:93; two, ML 125
Beast, number of, NG 1:366; thrice-appearing, NG 2:332; with seven heads and ten horns, AE 2:700, 707-8
Bedwen, type of resurrection, maypole, phallus, NG 1:128
Bee, type of soul; 'telling the bees,' AE 1:14; mantis or bird-fly, conductor of spirits to their home; tiller of rudder of Neshemit, AE 1:383; type of Ra; guide to Aarru Garden, AE 2:656
Beer, divine drink in Egyptian and Irish earthly Paradise, AE 1:375
Beersheba, well of, BB 2:201
Beetle, BB 2:310; type of the only-begotten son, BB 1:6; beetle, as Khepra, BB 1:110; sign of summer solstice, BB 1:111; rolls its ball, BB 1:112; type of Time, BB 1:112; buried with the dead, BB 1:113; type of transformation, rolling its ball, BB 1:419; type of Khepra, BB 2:555; a foreteller, NG 1:38; type of sixth soul, emblem of transformation, ML 243; type of transformation, AE 1:137; harbinger of inundation; figured in Crab constellation, AE 1:295; representative of Cancer; sign of Khepra, as Horus of two horizons, AE 1:335; two mark the station where Horus manifests as solar deity, AE 1:335; = zootype of Ptah, AE 1:405
Beginning, one with opening, NG 1:137, 185
Behemoth, the hippopotamus BB 2:51, 133, 161, 378; female monster, AE 1:279; hippopotamus of Sut, AE 1:496; Egyptian bekhmut, hippopotamus; female zootype of Great Mother, male image of Sut, ML 126, AE 2:588
Bekhi, the frog, AE 1:29
Bekhma, typhonian genetrix, BB 2:162
Bekhmut, the dragon, ML 126
Bel, let in deluge, NG 2:241; a pole-star god, deluge of, AE 2:570
Bel and Dragon, BB 1:360
Beli the Great, BB 1:83, 502; solar son, BB 1:356, 426; = Bar or Sut, BB 1:363; star-god, BB 1:450
Beli-ap-Manogan, BB 1:83
Belin, BB 1:217, 312, 438, 469; diminutive of Baal, BB 1:314, 376; inner African, NG 1:377; and Brennus, twin brothers, NG 1:492
Belt, type of covenant, NG 1:86
Beltane, BB 1:283, 301
Belus,  'inventor of sidereal science,' BB 2:225, AE 2:585; creation from blood of, AE 1:89, 429
Bend of the great void, BB 2:53, 56, 184, 551
Bendigo [i.e. William Thompson], AE 1:227
Beni-Elohim, BB 2:139, 163
Bennu, = phoenix of the waters, BB 1:6; a nycticorax. BB 1:108; symbol of Osiris in Annu, BB 1:109; = phoenix, BB 2:393; = Osiris, BB 2:655; herald of inundation, prototype of phoenix, AE 1:295; image of soul ascending, AE 1:388; emblem of solar god, AE 1:493
Bennu-Osiris, = form of phoenix of the year, BB 2:468
Berosus, his reckoning, NG 2:174
Bes, the god, BB 2:267; figure of Horus, AE 1:250; negroid pygmy, AE 1:437
Bes-Horus, NG 1:121
Bestiality, with animals as types of Great Mother, BB 2:378
Beth, BB 2:120
Bethany, group in, AE 2:841, 848; paralleled with Annu, AE 2:845; compared with group of Osiris, Isis, Nephthys and Horus, AE 2:801
Bethesda, pool of, NG 2:419
Bethlehem, divine child born in a manger, AE 2:733, 764-5
Bethlehem-Ephratah, NG 2:394
Betsh, = children of revolt, BB 2:141
Beuth, Phoenician Great Mother, BB 2:501
Bezant festival, BB 1:282
Bezatha, place of Two Waters, NG 1:167
Bible, should be excluded from children's schools, ML 104 (See also Biblical Index)
Biel-Bog and Czerny-Bog, two brothers, NG 1:485
Bifrost, rainbow as celestial bridge, AE 1:393
Bilgi, the fire-god, BB 2:345
Birch, Dr. S., his denial of One God, NG 1:2
Bird, timeteller, NG 1:42-3; symbol of soul, NG 1:50-1; elementary of thunder, NG 1:330; of separation, NG 1:475; sayer, NG 2:339
Bishop Lightfoot, on the Essenes, ML 92
Bishop’s apron, a feminine garment, AE 1:238
Bit-ti-anna, temple of Sin, BB 2:512
Bitch-party, BB 1:253
Biune parent, BB 2:308; Ptah, male-mother; Masai customs; Australian; Ptah the earliest, AE 1:434
Black race, first on earth, BB 1:17, BB 2:600, ML 129
Blood, first factor in primitive biology, ML 224; as mother of marrow, ML 230; of mother, customs to keep it pure, AE 1:59, 61-2, 68, 70-1; mother eaten to preserve it, AE 1:71-4; human beings created from blood of the gods, AE 1:88; man’s, to establish descent from the father, AE 1:88; circumcision, a covenant, AE 1:90-1; covenant, AE 1:91, 95; sacrificial offering for food buried to secure good crops, AE 1:103; tie or buckle representative of, AE 1:116; last of seven elements from which soul of life is derived; Adam created from, AE 1:136; offered to spirits, AE 1:158; offered to the ka, AE 1:178; offered to the shades, AE 1:202; sacrifice, AE 1:222; first recognized source of human life; Horus, the child of, AE 1:232; of Isis, salvation by; purification by, AE 1:233; of the damsel, sucked out by the dragon, AE 2:834; woman with the issue of, in the Gospels, Sophia in the gnostic version, AE 2:835
Blood-sacrifice, related to menstruation, BB 1:348
Bloody-sweat, NG 1:514; of the sun-god, NG 1:176; NG 2:432
Bloody-wafer, papist, NG 1:176
Blue, robe of wisdom, colour of soul, ribbon, order of, NG 2:123-5
Boat: see Bark
Boat of the dead, NG 2:261
Bobowissi, a deity of Gold Coast Africans, AE 1:377
Bone, type of renewal, NG 1:52; man created from, NG 2:39
Bones refleshed, NG 1:128
Bonfire, = Baal-fire, BB 1:110
Book of Hades, NG 2:420-1; = Exodus of Bible, BB 2:196-9; west opens and swallows the sun, souls etc, BB 2:243; harvest, Lord of the harvest, portrayed, ML 16
Book of Jasher, not really lost, but distributed and rewritten, BB 2:354-5
Book of Life, ML 1
Book of the Dead, BB 2:683, AE 1:186; contains the original matter, BB 2:36; its basis is astronomical, BB 2:241; = Book of the Mummy, BB 2:480; living tongue in mouth of death, ML 194; = drama of doctrinal developments relating to the deceased's passage, ML 239
Book of Enoch, record of the luminaries of heaven, BB 2:40; denotes sabean, lunar, solar cycles of time, & astronomical mythology, BB 2:217-25; genuine Kabbalah, BB 2:226
Book of Seven Seals, AE 2:690, 700, 704-5; or papyrus that confers knowledge, AE 2:697
Book of the Seven Mysteries of Amenta, AE 2:705
Book of the Seventy, NG 2:383
Book, opening of, in Revelation, AE 2:704, 720; sacredness of, not to be tampered with, Revelation and Ritual, AE 2:726
Books of Taht, BB 1:31, BB 2:31, 82, 90, 281, 433; assigned when hieroglyphic writing invented, BB 2:286
Boulaq museum, BB 1:9, 45
Bow, ideographic, represents circle and cycle of time, BB 2:354, 654; in the cloud, NG 2:210; a lunar symbol, ML 137
Boxing Day, BB 1:250
Brahma, androgynous type, NG 1:514
Brahma, fourfold god, NG 1:418; night of, NG 2:263
Brahma-Maya, BB 2:154
Bran and Maelduin (Irish), voyage of, AE 1:368
Branch, type of renewal, NG 1:127
Branch of Palm, symbol of victorious renewal of life, AE 2:696
Bread, five loaves = bread of earth, seven = bread of heaven, ML 17; kneaded by Nephthys in House of, AE 2:735; seven baskets of, AE 2:737-8; eight baskets, AE 2:738; of God from heaven, imperishable food of soul, AE 2:790; supreme source of soul; Annu, place of, AE 2:812; Jesus, = bread of life; Horus, possessor of bread in Annu, AE 2:900
Breath, primitive soul, NG 1:52; symbol, of sail, NG 1:155; inspirer of, NG 1:175; second element of life, ML 115
Brennus and Belin, twin brothers, NG 1:492
Bride, in Revelation, AE 2:690; Iusäas, a form of Hathor, AE 2:717; Hathor-Iusăas, Hathor-Sothis, AE 2:721-2; astronomical; marriage of the, AE 2:722
Bride of the Nile, NG 1:149
Bridge, typical means of crossing celestial water; "Brigg o’ dread," AE 1:393; Japanese floating bridge of heaven, AE 2:597
Bridget, BB 1:465 (See also St. Bridget)
Britain, naming of, BB 1:443
Britannia, BB 2:173
Brother and sister,  twins, NG 1:506; marriage of, AE 1:70
Brothers, four of the four quarters, NG 1:408-9
Brotherhood of Beloved Ones and Divided Ones, NG 1:68
Browny, spirit, BB 1:211
Brut, BB 1:462
Brute, BB 1:473
Bubastis, temple at, BB 1:468
Buddha, black, of India, BB 1:18; = Putha, NG 2:66, ML 75; the carpenter, NG 2:465; story of the wheat and the tares, ML 56; hidden treasure, ML 57; sayings identical with canonical Christ, ML 57; ascends the mount called Pandava like Christ, ML 57; the veiled God unveiled, ML 75; his 'Great Renunciation,' ML 93; offers body as a sacrifice, ML 170, 180-1; his head shone out, ML 186, 220; eighth soul represented by, ML 234; seventh, or divine man, AE 1:5, 431; the footprints of, AE 2:606; Pole-stars representative of, AE 2:609
Buddhas, last of; all the, NG 2:384
Buddhi, soul of ascertainment, ML 233
Buddhism, and Christianity same origin, from same root in Egypt, ML 58; Christianity not derived from, ML 75; eight paths of, ML 236
Bug, a hobgoblin, BB 1:255
Bugan, title of the devil, BB 1:255
Bull-roarer, a magical instrument, AE 1:308-9
Bunsen on the deluge, NG 2:185
Burial, Bongo, NG 1:20; customs, NG 1:124-134
Burial customs, primitive customs ML 194; place was feminine. ML 195; dead buried as an embryo, AE 1:163; buried under a building to protect it; buried alive to become spirit watchers, AE 1:164; fairy loaves, AE 1:254; bodies laid on their left side, head to the north; pyramid of Medum, AE 1:351; kindling a fire for the spirit to rise on smoke, AE 1:392; the dead buried in sand, AE 1:416; wives strangled or buried alive in husbands’ graves for immortality, AE 1:439; right arm of a hero left uplifted from the ground, Fijian, AE 1:531; dead chiefs buried in boats on hills; Norse customs; dead laid in boats upon the funeral pile, Garrows of Bengal, AE 2:576
Burial mounds, AE 1:251
Burmese, BB 2:209
Burning bush, AE 2:672-3
Butafane, temple of Buto, BB 1:414
Butter, type of female source, NG 1:177
Butterfly, type of breath, NG 1:260
Buto, BB 1:324, 334, 451, 453; temple of, BB 1:413; oracle of, BB 1:414; cat-headed goddess, BB 1:467
Bytis, a prophet of Ammon, BB 1:41
Cabiri, BB 1:456, BB 2:143, 330, 380; or turners-round. BB 2:26, 73, 81; = Kab-ari, made circle and cycle of time, BB 2:127; seven of the Great Bear, BB 1:359, 458, ML 124
Cader Idris, a mount of 365 steps, AE 1:393
Cadi, BB 1:331
Cadmus, inventor of letters, BB 1:145, 362, 364
Caedmon, BB 1:180
Caesar, the hairy, NG 1:214, ML 236
Cain and Abel, contest between, = same as Sut and Horus, AE 1:457-8, ML 172
Cainites, ML 173
Cairns, Hottentot and British, NG 1:133; male and female, NG 1:403
Cajiah, spirit that makes to relive, ML 221
Calabash of creation, NG 2:41
Calamitico, magnetic mountain in north of Greenland, AE 1:381
Caleb, dog, jackal, guide of souls, AE 2:656-7
Calf, androgynous type, NG 1:516; the golden, AE 2:673-5; dual in the Book of Kings, AE 2:674; figure of both sexes, AE 2:674, 677; dual image of Hathor and Horus, AE 2:677; type of Horus, AE 2:721
Calvin, John, BB 2:197; doubled the devil, ML 149
Camel, not among the hieroglyphics, BB 1:12
Camelopard, a sign of rule, BB 1:214
Camelot, BB 1:401
Can-can, inner African type name, NG 1:97
Cancer, sign of, represented by beetle, two beetles in, Horus in his double power, AE 1:335
Cancer and conflagration, NG 2:193
Canis Minor, BB 1:319
Cannibalism, BB 2:492; origins of, NG 1:104
Canopus
, pilot of the Argo, AE 1:291, 294; Decree of, AE 2:740, 742
Capricorn, BB 1:118; deluge of, NG 2:193
Capricornus, = Num, goat-headed, AE 1:302
Capture, customs of, NG 1:107
Capultepec, Mexican mount, AE 1:348
Cards, four honours in, NG 1:416
Care-cloth, BB 1:115
Carfax or Carfoukes, NG 2:257
Carpenter, Christ, Buddha, Indra, NG 2:468
Carpocrates, NG 2:473, AE 2:904
Cassini, demonstrates date assigned for birth of Christ = astronomical epoch, ML 6; dates of precession, ML 140
Cassiopeia, BB 2:172, 254, 272; queen of Ethiopia, BB 2:245, 503; Lady of the Seat, BB 1:34, 503; milch cow of heaven, AE 1:286; = Egyptian meskhen, AE 1:394
Cassivelaunus, BB 1:96
Castration, ML 228
Cat, a symbol of Pasht, BB 1:163; = female emblem, BB 1:318, 322; speckled, BB 1:323; type of the moon, NG 1:42, AE 1:16; a time-piece, NG 1:37; symbol of moon, ML 166; of black, inimical power, AE 1:21; seer in the dark, AE 1:93; cats made into mummies, preserved in Bubastes, AE 1:215; cat representative of nocturnal sun; protector of Tree of Life, AE 1:371; youthful solar god, its struggle with Apap serpent, AE 1:462; living type of historical Christ; finest tomcat dressed up, exhibited at festival of Corpus Christi at Aix, AE 1:463; zootype of Atum-Iu, AE 2:567
Cat-headed lunar goddess, NG 1:50
Catacombs, BB 2:140; Christ in, BB 2:562; swastika in, NG 1:427; Roman, Osiris in, NG 1:443; Christ in, twin, NG 1:497-8, ML 146
Catern Day, BB 1:319
Caul, form of net, NG 1:155
Cave, identified with place of birth of the Messiah, ML 7; a figure of mother earth, AE 1:100; spirits of the; Arunta Amenta, AE 1:244; seven caves of celestial mount, AE 2:572; seven caves, a form of the heptanomis, AE 2:573
Celestial octagon, NG 2:32-3
Celt-stone, thunder-axe, NG 1:328-9
Cemis, Carib., Eg. Sami, NG 1:295
Centipede, type of goer, BB 2:563; type of Teipe, BB 2:573
Cepheus, BB 1:345, BB 2:250, 430, 503-4; king of Ethiopia, BB 2:244; = Shu, BB 2:245; the lawgiver, BB 2:268
Cerberus, BB 1:219
Cerdic and Cynric, BB 1:216
Ceremonial rites, as means of memorizing, AE 1:46, 49; 'Voting-man-making,' AE 1:47, 88, 90; of puberty, AE 1:60-1, 76; mysteries of Arunta; erection of Kauaua, AE 1:248
Ceremony, Chinese, Mae-Shuwy, NG 1:167
Ceres, BB 1:212, BB 2:203; lady of corn, BB 1:318; portrayed shelling corn, BB 2:247
Cerinthus, a Gnostic Christian, ML 51
Chabas, on the Eg. One God, NG 1:2
Chache, blind man, NG 1:341
Chaeremon, on Egyptian mythology, NG 1:7
Chair of Keridwen, BB 1:98
Chaldean, creation, seven king, NG 2:227; magic, NG 2:301
Champollion, Figeac, on the Egyptian gods, NG 1:1
Chang, finds entrance to the underworld, AE 1:357
Chaos precedes creation, NG 2:3
Charis, logos, NG 2:355; Eucharist of, NG 2:365, ML 39
Charles II, BB 1:259
Charms, protecting fetishes, AE 1:113, 115
Chavilah, land of gold, BB 2:602
Chavvah, = Great Mother Kefa, Khep, Khev, or Eve, BB 2:82, AE 1:456, 504-5; goddess of seven stars in Israel, BB 2:146; Hebrew = Eve, ML 126; one of Adam’s wives, AE 1:78, 456
Chemmis, a floating island shown to Herodotus, AE 2:583
Cherubim, BB 2:310; = two bears, NG 1:356
Chevth, = Egyptian Khept, BB 2:150
Chicomecoatl, seven serpents, Mexican goddess, BB 2:144
Chicomoztoc, Mexican seven caves, BB 2:191
Child, of both sexes, NG 1:201; synonymous with no. 2, NG 1:205; Christ, NG 2:437
Child-Christ, BB 2:648
Childhood, Eg. till 12 years of age, full manhood at 30 yrs, ML 13
Children, fathered according to likeness, NG 1:62
'Children of Inertness,' BB 1:253, 294, BB 2:657, ML 122
Children of Israel, = sons of El, Al, Ar or Har, BB 2:400
Children of wickedness, typhonian conspirators, BB 2:85
Chiwidden, BB 1:462
Chnubis, ML 130
Chnuphis, BB 2:437, 492
Chokmah, Hebrew Sophia, NG 2:82
Chow, Dynasty of, AE 2:597
Chow Yi, divining book, AE 2:597
Chrisom, ointment of oil and balm used in Roman Catholic Church, AE 2:881
Chrisome, white cloth used in Roman Catholic baptism, becomes child's shroud if it dies, a survival of mummy’s seamless vesture, AE 2:881
Christ, BB 1:271, 314; = 'Good Scarabaeus,' BB 1:223; real flesh and blood of, BB 1:273; anointed, BB 1:294; resurrection of, BB 2:280, 290; fish-type, NG 1:6, 454; humanized in eighth century, NG 1:443; in catacombs, NG 1:497-8; three suns combined in, NG 1:543; of eighth creation, NG 2:86; or karast, NG 2:131; as Anthropos, NG 2:133, 372; teacher of tillage, NG 2:141; a stone, NG 2:362; kronian, NG 2:381; = Ichthon, Ichthys, Pan, NG 2:391; born in Rome, NG 2:395; born at equinox, NG 2:396, 399; pre-Christian, NG 2:398; at solstice, NG 2:402; = Horus, Ra, NG 2:404; = Remi, NG 2:406; = Ptah, NG 2:407; = Osiris, NG 2:408; = Iu-em-Hept, NG 2:410; = two halves of Horus, NG 2:411; = Horus, child and adult, NG 2:412; = Khunsu, NG 2:413, 416; as son of Seb, NG 2:409; his four births, NG 2:410; twofold, NG 2:411; as 'Sayer' or 'Doer,' NG 2:412; Isis, bloody-sweat painted red, NG 2:432; child-mummy, NG 2:437; 'Maneros,' the mummy, NG 2:438; double in Rome, NG 2:446; black, NG 2:455; and Simon, NG 2:465; the carpenter, NG 2:465; types of, NG 2:478; why corn-complexioned, NG 2:480; why long-haired, NG 2:481; in Greek and in Hebrew, = to anoint, ML 39; Christ of gnosis, messianic manifestor in spiritual phase, ML 39; of the gnosis, of Philo and Paul, preceded Christianity, ML 44; a type and title, could not become a person, ML 50; true one, not historical personage, not from human history, ML 50; of the Gnostics as mystical type, portraying a spiritual reality, ML 93; his 'Great Renunciation' ascribed to, ML 93; gnostic Christ real founder of Christianity, ML 95; black bambino of Italy, ML 181, 187; seven stars in the hand of, ML 220; the greased, ML 230; eight-rayed star of the pleroma, gnostic, ML 234; seven souls culminate in, as eighth, ML 234; called Totum, the All, ML 235; of the gnosis = divine man, ML 236; type identical with Horus, ML 236; the anointed, AE 1:216, AE 2:792; anointed for burial, AE 1:217; = Osiris karast, AE 1:218; same as Osiris in his death, resurrection, AE 1:219; he who came by water and blood, AE 2:695; as Saint Sophia, the male-female, AE 2:717; Egypto-Gnostic; a spirit, types of, AE 2:756; alters his baptism and descent of the dove, AE 2:792; the red, AE 2:874 (See also Jesus)
Christ-spirit, as eighth soul, ML 40
Christian, system a corruption of bardism, BB 1:444; name derived from unction, AE 1:217
Christian Evidence Society, ML 171
Christian legends, first related of Horus the Messiah, ML 22
Christianity, historical, a vast interpolation, great obstacle to development, ML 45; as an error, a belief in a lie, ML 46; origins hidden, ML 49; to suppress origins & support the fraud, ML 49; biography of its personal founder held back, ML 53; and Buddhism same origin, from same root in Egypt, ML 58; its mythos and gnosis derived from Egypt, ML 73; nothing new in, ML 84; began as Gnosticism, ML 84; its dispensation based on the death of spiritualism, ML 102; its creed instils fear, ML 266-7; scheme of salvation is method of dodging the devil, ML 267; founded on misunderstood and perverted mythology, makes everything wrong, ML 270; an utter failure, ML 275
Christians, fuse two supposed historic characters into one, ML 4; responsible for substituting faith instead of knowledge, ML 24; fought for false theory, waged war against Nature and Evolution, ML 25; ignorant of tradition of true explanation, ML 38; first knew secret doctrines, explained to initiates, ML 53; ignorant of Egyptian symbolism, founded on ignorant belief, ML 216; substitute physical resurrection for  spiritual continuity, ML 217; teachings derived from paganism, ML 218; beguiled by typology they could not interpret, ML 232
Christmas, BB 1:146, 266, 300, 305; tree, BB 1:301
Christology, mythical made into historic Christianity, ML 47; Christolatry founded on the Christ, ML 49; = mummified mythology, ML 187
Christopher, story of, NG 2:459
Christmas Day, day of rebirth for Osiris or Horus in the moon, AE 2:740; old Uaka festival of the Nile; festival of intoxication, AE 2:743
Chronicle, records of over 36,000 years, BB 2:281
Church, of Rome BB 1:273; a figure of the double house, AE 1:350; 'not made with hands,' AE 1:500
Churinga, Arunta emblems, AE 1:60, 76; two kinds of, AE 1:80; charm to give courage, AE 1:113; sign of a spirit-child, AE 1:133, 534; female emblem, AE 1:308
Cicero, on origin of gods, NG 1:7
Cinderella, NG 1:534
Circle, of Anoeth, BB 1:422; and square, NG 1:412; and cross, NG 1:418; figured by Buddha, NG 1:421; type of two souls, NG 1:447; first figured by Great Bear; type of cycle, NG 2:17; Chinese, NG 2:18; types of, NG 2:19; Eden founded in, NG 2:25; four-cornered, of Yima, NG 2:175; by Greek, NG 2:424
Circumcision, BB 2:24, 208, 323, 329, 341-2, 347, 379, 554, ML 214; ape, 'born circumcised,' BB 2:237; Hawaiians and, BB 2:322; mode of marking change of descent from mother to father, AE 1:90; rite of, continued in religions mysteries, AE 2:799
City, of blessed; the holy, of great king; the eternal, AE 1:363; of white wall Ha-Ptah-Ka, Annu, Thebes, Jerusalem, Troy, AE 1:364; the eternal on the Mount of Glory, form of the ark of heaven, AE 2:575; seven mansions in great house of the eternal, AE 2:600; Egyptian, names repeated in planisphere, AE 2:637; of the Two Eyes, AE 2:725
Civacoatl, Mexican mother-goddess, BB 2:144
Clairvoyance, natural in the past, ML 206; Egyptian and Ethiopian, AE 1:153
Clava Corona, star Alpha, AE 2:601-2, 623
Clement Alexander, on Paul, ML 29
Clicker, kaf-ape, NG 1:45
Clickers, Africa, land of, NG 1:246
Clicks, BB 1:491, BB 2:615, 628; articulation of, NG 1:257
Clothed, the, and the naked, elect and rejected manes, AE 2:645, 696
Cocaigne, Le pays de, land of plenty, AE 1:382
Cock, type of Mercury and Apollo, BB 1:108
Cockatrice, BB 1:91
Cockledy-Bread, BB 1:185, 279
Coffin, of Osiris, Great Bear; of the seven stars; Chinese, NG 1:53; earliest altar, AE 1:221; of Penpii, picture on, AE 1:459; pre-Osirian type of the ark, AE 2:576; of Osiris, in Great Bear, AE 2:593, 644; of Osiris, in the earth, AE 2:706
Coleman, his article in Religio-Philosophical Journal of Chicago, ML 249
Collar of Isis, BB 2:553
Colour, perception of, NG 1:178; colour-blindness, NG 1:236; thing and word, NG 1:237
Colours, assigned to various gods, AE 1:144; white, magical, AE 1:176
Colours of the four quarters, NG 1:412
Columbine, BB 1:308
Comb, = puberty, BB 1:425
Combe, male and female, NG 1:403
'Come thou to me' ('Come thou hither,' 'Come thou to us'), day of, BB 2:302; great festival in Amenta, AE 1:220, 323-4, AE 2:705, 813, 866; Ra’s call to the mummy Osiris, repeated in Revelation, AE 2:700; opening day of New Creation in Revelation, AE 2:716, 718; resurrection day, AE 2:737; day of investiture, AE 2:772, 864
Coming One, = Tathagata, NG 2:373; = I U or A O, NG 2:374
Coming son, NG 2:331
Commandments, the ten, AE 2:666, 679, 680; = Negative Confession, AE 2:679, 681; compiled from Egyptian, AE 2:680; compared with Egyptian, AE 2:681; forty-two judges the deceased pleads to, AE 2:774
Communal Connubium, AE 1:84
Companions: see Ali
Comparative philologists, do not dig deep enough, BB 1:136
Comparative typology, NG 1:242; better than philology and mythology, BB 1:136
Comparative vocabulary, needs to be supported by other evidence, BB 1:135
Concepts of cause, not primary, NG 1:324
Conflagration in Cancer, NG 2:193
Confucius, NG 1:375
Constantine’s cross, or labarum, NG 1:433-5
Constellations, seven, NG 2:77; tree, NG 2:208; Triangula, NG 2:356
Cor-Cvfoeth, = Stonehenge, BB 1:421
Cordelia, goddess Kreirddylad, NG 1:469
Corona Borealis, ancient pole-star in, AE 2:601; possible representative of ancient Crown constellation, AE 2:695
Coronation-stone, BB 1:96
Corpus Christi, fundamental fact of the faith, ML 101; compared with the mummy, AE 1:217-8; festival of, cat dressed up, exhibited and worshipped as, AE 1:463; exhibited in Rome on Holy Thursday, AE 2:747
Cortez, Hernando, AE 1:380
Corvus, constellation, scavenger of the inundation, AE 1:293
Cough, self-naming, NG 1:271
Council of Trullo, NG 1:443
Counla’s Well, NG 2:64
Counting, primitive modes of, BB 2:538-40
Couvade, traced to Khepra, BB 2:555; customs of; explained, NG 1:117-22
Covenant, circumcision, AE 1:90-1; drawing of blood, AE 1:91, 95; established by cutting a calf in two, AE 1:506; of Ra, AE 2:562; Arabian, by smearing seven stones with blood, AE 2:605
Covenanting, by tonguing, licking, spitting, NG 1:86-7
Cow, female type, NG 1:76; divided heaven, NG 2:26; not to be milked, NG 2:123; type of the moon = Hathor, ML 179
Coyote, = Anup, BB 2:653; type of Mother-earth, AE 1:100; only creature saved from deluge, AE 2:570
Crab or Beetle sign, NG 2:194
Creation, primeval darkness of  BB 2:1; primitive creation, = legend of destruction of mankind. BB 2:111-5; primitive genesis BB 2:125-6; Hebrew based on misinterpreted gnosis, BB 2:126; not creatio ex nihilo, BB 2:137; Chaldean account, BB 2:143; Mosaic account of, BB 2:177; calabash of; egg of, NG 2:41; 8th, NG 2:86; stories of, explained by evolutionary method, ML 105; genesis is the re-genesis, ML 107; first was division into upper and lower, ML 109; in Genesis, it was astronomical, ML 109; legend of Hebrew version derived from Persian, ML 115; Hebrew and Persian contrasted, ML 117; Elohistic and Jahvistic debate, ML 122; seven creations altogether, ML 129; in the South, AE 1:303; Egyptian thought on and mode of representation, AE 1:398-400; in water, AE 1:399; Hebrew compared with Egyptian, AE 1:401-2, 406, 409-50, 424-6, 437, 442-3; Japanese, AE 1:402, 405; of Kheper-neb-er-ter, AE 1:402; Egyptian, a mode of representing astronomical mythology; Chaldean account of, AE 1:403; Aztec, AE 1:404; Egyptian account of, in the Papyrus of Nes-Amsu, AE 1:406; by the Word, AE 1:408, 409; by naming, AE 1:409; the Hawaiian, AE 1:427; two different creations in Genesis, AE 1:424, 436, 440; woman dominant in the first, man in the second, AE 1:440; of man when pole passed into Herakles, AE 2:619; seventh, of man, AE 2:620; of man in cycle of precession, AE 2:622; the New, of Atum-Ra, AE 2:728
Creation legends, man created from red clay, Maori, AE 1:88; man created from bone and blood of the gods, Mexican, AE 1:88; woman cut in two, AE 1:89, 280; from blood of Belus, AE 1:89, 429; from blood of Atum, AE 1:90; from the ground, AE 1:100; white and black men, Kabinda, AE 1:128; Inapertwa creatures from fire, AE 1:132; toad, creator of primal pair, AE 1:265; warriors, with the body of a bird, Cuthean, AE 1:272; Babylonian, Assyrian, Hebrew, AE 1:400; Adam created with a tail, AE 1:436; of Melbourne Blacks, of Arunta, AE 1:440; men created by eagle and coyote, Californian Indian, AE 1:511; primal pair of New Guinea; woman and her son, Samoan; female bear and dog, Ainu, AE 2:589
Creations, in the mysteries, NG 2:51
Creations of man, Australian, Kumi, NG 2:34; Muhammedan, NG 2:34, 37; N. American, NG 2:35; Mexican, NG 2:35, 39; Quiche, NG 2:35, Californian, Mangaian, Hawaiian, Tahitian, Polynesian, NG 2:36; Gnostic, NG 2:36, 39; Hebrew, NG 2:37; Carpathian, NG 2:44; Hindu, Chaldean, NG 2:45; Norse, NG 2:46; kronian, stellar, lunar, solar, NG 2:47
Cremation, introduced by solarites, BB 1:489
Crestolatry, NG 1:12
Crocodile, deities, BB 2:240; of darkness, Khebekh, Sevekh, or Sebek, BB 2:346; type of darkness, NG 1:17; fore-teller, NG 1:38; type of transformation, NG 1:52; as earth-elemental, NG 1:325; as Intelligence, NG 2:387; type of swallowing darkness, ML 179; a type of intelligence, as seventh soul, ML 243; type of soul, AE 1:9, 13; as Neith, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97; as Apt, type of Great Mother, AE 1:123; Sebek-Horus, AE 1:124, 276; mythical dragon, AE 1:274; old type of the fish, AE 1:276; in planisphere, AE 1:289; fish of Neith and Sebek-Horus, AE 1:300; Horus standing on two crocodiles, AE 1:317; the good dragon, AE 1:320; two crocodiles, two fishes, sign of Horus in his double glory, AE 1:335; great fish, type of Great Mother, AE 1:496; constellation of Great Mother, AE 2:589; typical devourer, AE 2:643; solar dragon on which woman rode; an image of Sebek, AE 2:707; sevenfold figure of, a talisman in the Berlin Museum, AE 2:707; eaten as type of Sebek-Horus, AE 2:735; pursuer of Isis and Horus, AE 2:774
Cromwell, Oliver, BB 1:287; left behind two skulls, ML 231
Crooked hand-sickle, type of Typhon, BB 2:26
Crooked serpent, BB 2:55; = the dragon of the north, or of Khebt, BB 2:190
Cross, = place of the equinox, BB 1:423; of Christ, BB 2:664; sign of 10, NG 1:31; sign of blessing, NG 1:420; ankh, NG 1:421; tat, swastika, fylfot, NG 1:422, 427; sevenfold, fourfold phallus, NG 1:425; cord, NG 1:424; festivals of, 428-9, NG 2:433; a universal type, NG 1:431; tattooed, NG 1:431, 437; absence of crucified; Julian’s warfare with, NG 1:433; as Krishna, NG 1:437; tree of the house, NG 1:439; on 1ate-christian coins, NG 1:444; sixfold, NG 1:446; creeping on all fours to, NG 1:450; pig on, NG 2:11; lost and found, NG 2:337; Southern, NG 2:437; 2 thieves on, NG 2:448; dog on, NG 2:454;figure of ass-headed man on Roman cross in museum of Collegio Romano, AE 1:506; Roman or Latin cross a figure of longest night and shortest day; of winter solstice, AE 2:507, 750; Christian preceded by Egyptian tat-cross, AE 2:697; swastika, origin of, AE 2:724; swastika, figured on tunic of the Good Shepherd in Roman cemetery, AE 2:725; of the four quarters, AE 2:724; religion of, first established in mysteries of Memphis as cult of Ptah and his son Iu-em-hetep, AE 2:749, 751; faith of the, dead in Egypt buried in, 6,000 years ago, AE 2:749; figure of fourfold foundation of heaven; equal arms denote time of equal day and night, a figure of equinox; ka-chambers in pyramid of Medum built on plan of, AE 2:750; of Christ, erected on the mount, AE 2:821; Jesus carrying the cross, compared with Ptah-Sekari and Osiris, AE 2:873
Cross of, 4 quarters, NG 1:406; 4 quarters, spectacles ornament, NG 1:422; Great Bear, ankh, NG 1:423; earth, breath, NG 1:426; fire, NG 1:427; water, NG 1:428-30; inundation, NG 1:429; Constantine, NG 1:435; life to come, NG 1:436; Plato, NG 1:447; death, NG 1:448
Cross and circle, Hindu Rásamandala, Masonic mystic chain, NG 1:415; patterns of mound builders, a twin type, NG 1:419; figured by Buddha, NG 1:421; Greek, NG 1:424; type of 2 souls, NG 1:447
Crown, double, of Horus, AE 1:414, 419, AE 2:695; white, of Horus, red of Sut, AE 1:419; key of, AE 2:597, 601; of heaven, AE 2:602; of life eternal; the crown of crowns, AE 2:602, 695-6; on the May-pole, AE 2:602; floral, placed on mummy; golden, on head of Son of Man; of Makheru, AE 2:695; of triumph, given by Atum, AE 2:695-6; Atef crown of Osiris, AE 2:705; of thorns, placed on Jesus, possible origin of, AE 2:875
Crown of thorns, NG 2:438
Crows, 2, sign of marriage, NG 1:40
Crucified, nails of, 3 or 4, NG 1:448
Crucifixion, of the dog, NG 1:434; double date of, NG 2:447; different dates of, AE 2:748
Cruciform, Great Mother; Krishna, NG 1:437; figure, Orante, NG 1:440; Witoba, NG 1:441
Crux Ansata, = ankh, BB 1:99, BB 2:558
Cuckold, BB 1:118
Cuckoo, as type of period, BB 1:106
Culhuacan, Mexican mount of ascent to heaven, AE 1:390; 'Crooked Mountain' in midst of the water, AE 1:380, AE 2:588, 594, 614, 624
Cuno, BB 1:326
Cunobelinus, BB 1:357, 374
Cup-markings, NG 1:133
Cupid, type of heart, BB 1:112; origin of, ML 70
Cupid and Cubit, NG 2:208
Curcuddie, BB 1:334
Curfew Bell, BB 1:257
Custom of women, AE 1:31-2
Customs, survival of myths in ceremonies, games, usages, BB 2:552; ceremonial, African and America, NG 1:10; relating to the dog, NG 1:54-5; of tattooing, NG 1:62; totemic, NG 1:65, 72; marriage, NG 1:68, 109-10, 294; customs and totemic types of transformation, NG 1:73-7; rubbing noses, smelling, breathing, sniffing, licking, sneering, NG 1:77-85; Kotou, NG 1:79, 96-9; of holding the ears, NG 1:88; opening, NG 1:89-91; pubescence, NG 1:91-4, 111; relating to nail, NG 1:102; capture, NG 1:107; baptism, NG 1:110-11, 159-61, 331; concerning the mother-in-law, NG 1:114; elder sister, NG 1:115; of couvade, NG 1:117-22; burial, NG 1:124-34; of embalmment, NG 1:128-9; hlonipa, NG 1:140-1; relating to placenta, NG 1:152-3; young man and young-woman-making, NG 1:331-9; creeping to the cross, NG 1:450; laughing, NG 2:274; Jewish, NG 2:297, 299-300; phallic, sabbatical, NG 2:298
Cyclops, Titans, AE 1:386; figures of the Pole, AE 2:594; one eye between them, AE 2:611
Cyfriu, trinity in unity, NG 1:225
Cygnus, a station of pole-star, AE 2:580; pole in constellation of, legend of men turned into ducks, AE 2:614
Cymry, BB 1:286, 326, 446, 491, 501; black complexion, BB 1:447; = Kimmerians, BB 1:455
Cynocephalus, BB 2:56; menstruating monkey, BB 2:318; clicking, BB 2:629; singer, speaker, writer, NG 1:44
Cynvelyn, = Sut, BB 1:358
Dag, the Messiah, NG 2:394; the Fish, in Talmud as coming messiah, ML 8
Dagda and his sons, rulers over an Irish nether land or underworld, AE 2:635
Dagon, the Messiah, and Kiakiack, NG 2:331
Daim, Algonkin town, NG 1:65
Dait, source of deluge, NG 2:177
Dakha, BB 1:471
Daleth, BB 2:120
Dalton, BB 1:289
Damascius, on the Mysteries, NG 2:432
Danan, divine mother of the Tuatha, AE 2:635
Dancing, a religious mystery, AE 1:11; in likeness of animals, AE 1:46, 48, 61, 84; in ceremony of 'young-man-making,' AE 1:47; totemic, AE 1:48; for the dead, AE 1:48-9; Aleutian dance of spirits, AE 1:128
Daphne, = Tef (later Tefnut), goddess of the North, BB 2:59; her transformation, NG 1:532; Egyptian Tafne, legend of, AE 1:28
Dark power, primal, NG 1:476
Darkness, beginning, in mythology, was with, BB 2:31; synonymous with mother, NG 1:264; synonymous with evil and devil, NG 1:266; type of, NG 1:294; monster of; serpent of, Apap primeval, NG 1:295; older than light, NG 1:296-7; devils born of, the first devil, NG 1:297; and light, twin brothers, NG 1:473; was first, ML 120
Darwin and Moses, NG 2:171
Daughters of the bier, NG 2:460
David, = Hebrew Taht, BB 2:105-6, 314; Shield of, BB 2:147; the Beloved, pleading in cave, equivalent to Osiris in cavern of Sut, AE 1:478; and his adversary, equivalent to Osiris and Sut, or Horus and Sut, AE 1:485
David's Car, = Great Bear, BB 2:148
Davkina, goddess of the deep, BB 2:501
Davy Jones's locker, BB 1:484; = pit or hole of serpent, BB 1:435
Dea Multimammae, = Diana of Ephesus, a black figure, BB 1:18, 322; many-teated, BB 2:160, 294, 353
Death, belief in life after, is precondition for acceptance of Paul's doctrine, ML 43; Gnostic attitude towards, ML 201; continuity of existence beyond change called, ML 239
Deasil, from right to left, NG 1:113
De Brosses, on fetishism, NG 1:16
Deborah, goddess in Israel, BB 2:145
Deess, BB 2:201; of the seven stars, BB 2:146
Deir-el-Medinah, BB 2:231
Deirdre, BB 1:487
Delilah, true meaning of name, ML 177; survival of Great Mother, AE 2:686
Deluge co-types, an inundation, NG 2:176; boiling cauldron, twilight, 7 days silence, NG 2:177; phoenix, lost register, NG 2:179
Deluge legends, mythological BB 1:361; myth, BB 2:209; three generations from, BB 2:348; of Deucalion, BB 2:391; Chinese, NG 2:48-9, 179, 249; Assyrian, NG 2:171-2; 7 days, NG 2:179; of Time, NG 2:173-41; 697 BC; type of an end, NG 2:174; Vendidad; 2nd act of creation, NG 2:175; Bundahish, NG 2:176; Mechoacan, NG 2:177; Masonic, NG 2:179; 2 birds of, serpent lets in; Marquesan, NG 2:180; Arawak, NG 2:15, 236; N. A. Indian; Menaboju; ape lets in, NG 2:181; Pima, NG 2:182; Caddogue, NG 2:183; Japanese; Atlantis, NG 2:184; Bunsen on, NG 2:185; Chaldean—announced by Kronus, NG 2:186; in Ritual, NG 2:187; Mehura; Mabul; inner African, NG 2:188-9; Capricorn, NG 2:193; Raratongan, NG 2:195; caused by black bird, NG 2:198; dove of, NG 2:199; 40 days, NG 2:204; Deucalion, NG 2:205; in the mysteries, NG 2:206; of the giants, NG 2:219; Manu, NG 2:236; let in by Bel; by 2 lost stars, NG 2:241; Muysca; Hawaian; flood of the moon, NG 2: 243; Yu, NG 2:249; British, NG 2:253; stones of, NG 2:255; 1st, 7 saved, 2nd, 2 saved, 3rd, 4 saved, 4th, 8 saved, NG 2:241, 259; of 5 days; a purification, NG 2:259-60; not keeping the secret of the water source, AE 1:265, AE 2:592, 612; of the Dyaks of Borneo, AE 1:502; of darkness, three days and three nights, AE 2:545; Mexican, at the end of fifty-two years; Assyrian, seven days; of Sekhet; of Scomalt, AE 2:546; sinking of the pole; tortoise, monkey, cause of; taking out a star, cause of, AE 2:547, 585; failure in keeping time, cause of, AE 2:547; Gaogao, causer of seven days’, Samoan, AE 2:548; of Sut employed to destroy evil creatures; devastating, AE 2:553; in consequence of rebelling against Ra, AE 2:556, 559; Hawaiian, legend of god Kane, AE 2:564; end of a Patriarchate; in the Avesta, AE 2:567; a mode of measuring time; of Bel, pole-star god; change of pole-star; Deucalion Greek tradition of two; Californian Indian, AE 2:570; Navajo Indian; Arawak, AE 2:571; Red Indian, Taoist, Indian tribes of Guiana, Mexican, AE 2:572, 614; Uganda, AE 2:573; Marquesan, preparations for, AE 2:576; of the ten kings or patriarchs, AE 2:581; based on astronomical mythology, AE 2:584; of Huythaca, Muzscas myth, AE 2:585; at celestial Pole of Miztec Indians, AE 2:586; survivors of, AE 2:588-9; of Ialdabaoth, AE 2:590; Lake Tanganyika, AE 2:592; American Indian tradition, AE 2:594; British stones of, AE 2:605; of Manu, AE 2:607; Navajo, a possible time-gauge, AE 2:613; the Gippsland Blacks, AE 2:614; let in by 'black serpent monster,' myth of Manabozho of Indians, AE 2:616; six, before creation of man, AE 2:619; last great, when Herakles went under, men drowned, AE 2:620, 623; at end of precession cycle, AE 2:622; story told to Solon, AE 2:623
Dem, Attic township, NG 1:65
Demeter, BB 1:316
Denderah, BB 2:135
De Rouge, on Eg. primordial God, NG 1:1
Derketo, fish-goddess, BB 1:316, 424, BB 2:578
Descent, from the mother, NG 1:61; in female line, universal, NG 1:457
Deucalion, BB 1:343; deluge of, BB 2:391, NG 2:205
Devil, BB 1:365, BB 2:55; Shadai, = BB 2:162; synonymous with darkness, NG 1:266; (modern) the old dragon of darkness, NG 1:370; tree and the nail, NG 1:439; enters domain of time, NG 2:98; tempting Zarathustra, ML 57; opponent or adversary = darkness, ML 144; first form was female, Dragon of Darkness, = Tiamat = Typhon, ML 145 (See also Satan)
Devil's Cauldron, BB 1:451
Dhruva, one of the Rishis who meditated and forgot, AE 2:593; Hindu name of a pole-star a god, AE 2:606
Diana of Ephesus, a black figure, BB 1:18, BB 2:160, 229
Diarmait and Finn MacCamail (Irish), their voyage, AE 1:367
Digit, 4th, and wedding-ring, NG 1:420
Digital reckoning, universal, NG 1:185
Ding-a Pennu, the Khond judge of the dead, AE 1:362
Diognetus, NG 2:473
Dionysius, solar, lion-headed god, AE 1:504
Dionysos, BB 2:265; ass sacred to, BB 2:267; of dual nature, NG 1:498
Direit, Druidic goddess, BB 1:317
Dioscuri, twin brothers, NG 1:484
Dis, = Tes. BB 1:448
Diti, the divided, NG 1:468
Div or Dyaus, dual, NG 1:519
Divine child, born in various signs of zodiac, types of, AE 2:733-6; born in manger at Bethlehem, AE 2:733; born in cave at Bethlehem, AE 2:745; born at Christmas and Easter, AE 2:746; conception of, AE 2:759, 761-2; why born in manger, AE 2:764; Horus, Si-Osiris, Jesus, their twelve years of child life, AE 2:776
Divine dynasties, stellar, lunar, solar, NG 2:48
Divinities, mythical, Egyptian the oldest, BB 1:369
Divinity and drink synonymous, NG 1:384
Divinity and the divine personage, difference between, AE 1:148
Divisions, types of, NG 1:231-2
Dodo, supreme god worshipped by Israelites in north, AE 1:524
Dog, earliest son of mother. BB 2:367; as guard, NG 1:38; made to howl during eclipse, NG 1:46; guide of dead, NG 1:54; buried with dead, NG 1:55; head of, kind of toll, NG 1:56; totemic type, NG 1:64, NG 2:10; type-name of, NG 1:253; crucified, NG 1:434, NG 2:454; watch, NG 1:486; legend of, NG 2:6
Dog-star, BB 1:132, 321; heliacal rising of, BB 1:6; determined south to be front, BB 1:440; Sebt; BB 2:63, 143, 256, 282; son of Typhon, BB 2:340; opener of year. BB 2:368; announcer of coming inundation, BB 2:655 (See also Sothis)
Double, triad totalled, NG 1:535-6; horizon, mystery of, god of, Har-Makhu, NG 2:54; seated boat, NG 2:200
Double earth, made by Ptah, AE 1:412, 414
Dove, sacred to Hathor, BB 1:133; = Tef, BB 2:147; type of genetrix, BB 2:377; = Egyptian menat, BB 2:379; and raven, NG 2:195; and deluge, NG 2:199; and fish, NG 2:417; represents gnostic Christ as eightfold one, ML 234; type of soul, AE 1:456, AE 2:762; of day, of Isis, AE 2:553; female type of spirit, AE 2:762, 773; bird of Hathor, AE 2:762; Horus rising from Amenta as, AE 2:763; Holy Spirit imaged by, AE 2:763, 787; Spirit of God as, at baptism of Jesus, AE 2:763, 790, 902
Draconis, figure of the good dragon or crocodile, AE 1:458; station of the pole, AE 2:580; constellation of Horus-Sebek, crocodile-dragon, AE 2:590
Dragon, of eclipse, NG 1:305; with 7 heads, NG 1:308; slayer, feminine, 1egends of, NG 1:309-10; founded on crocodile, NG 1:321; change of colour, NG 1:342; of eclipse, cut in two, NG 1:343; head and tail of, nodes of the moon; of the waters, Hydra; double, Hydrus south, Draconis north, NG 1:344, 346; its transformation, NG 1:347; and Great Pyramid, NG 1:351; in Britain, NG 1:357-8; keeper of the treasures, watching the tree, NG 1:360; celestial apostate, NG 1:364; cast out, NG 1:363-70; in Revelation identified with Sevekh the crocodile, NG 1:365, 369; writing, NG 2:179; boat-festival, NG 2:226; last fight and death, NG 2:334; and Azi-Dahaka, NG 2:380; the red, Herod, NG 2:435; cause of drought, AE 1:20; crocodile, mythical, AE 1:274; constellation, AE 1:274, 590; two in the Abyss, AE 1:278; the drowning of, AE 1:287; crocodile, the Good, AE 1:320, 458; starry image of Horus, AE 1:320; barring way to paradise, AE 1:359; of Wantley, AE 1:367; first slayer of, female, AE 1:417; repeated in Amenta, AE 1:420; Chinese form of old first mother, AE 2:589; Apsaras and the, origin of Japan; fell from heaven; with twelve heads, AE 2:603; with seven heads, AE 2:698, 703; came up out of the sea, in Revelation, AE 2:708; bound for thousand years, AE 2:712; pursuer of woman, seeking to destroy the child, AE 2:714; dragons that adored Jesus, AE 2:767; Satan in form of, that tried to swallow damsel, sucked out her blood, lunar myth, AE 2:834
Drax, Colonel, NG 1:359
Drinking, religious rite, NG 1:388
Druidesses, or wise women, BB 1:220, BB 2:598
Druidic, cat, symbol of sun, BB 1:262; rites of rebirth, BB 1:387
Druids, BB 1:125, 178, 303, 413, BB 2:75, 675, 677; in possession of symbolic branch, BB 1:86; taught Persian Magi, BB 1:220, 326; worshipped Mercury, BB 1:311; bloody rites of BB 1:377; plucked magical plant, BB 1:434; Caesar on, BB 1:445; Wearers of the Gold Chains, BB 1:500; caer of the, BB 2:123; of 4 quarters, NG 1:412; recognise 7 souls, ML 221
Dual heaven, NG 1:466
Duality of universe, NG 1:466; of Dionysos, NG 1:498
Duck, mother totem, AE 2:65
Ducks, typical first men, NG 2:241
Dukes of Edom, BB 2:208
Dumb Borsholder, BB 1:284-6
Dun, form of Eden, NG 2:20
Duplicate signs reduced to letters, NG 1:283
Duplication by sound preceding visible signs, NG 1:207, 282
Durga, Kunda, particular name of the goddess, BB 2:43
Duruthy Cave, BB 1:377
Dwyvan and Dwyvach, Welsh first parents, saved from deluge in ark, AE 2:589
Dynasties of gods, BB 1:41
Dyved, seven regions of, BB 1:312, BB 2:191
Dzimwi, evil power, AE 1:15
Ea, the fish-man, ML 125, 127, 134, AE 1:276-7
Eagle, one of seven constellations of pole-stars; one of seven Welsh Old Ones; eagle of Gwernabwy, AE 2:615
Eagle-hawk and Crow, twin brothers, NG 1:474; 2 totems of Murray Blacks, NG 1:479
Ear, type of Sut and Aten, BB 2:558; type-name, NG 1:81; drop, a type-lobe, perforated, NG 1:82
Eardley, Sir Cullen, BB 1:275
Ears, custom of holding, NG 1:88
Earth, mother of life, AE 1:36; as water-cow, AE 1:52; first mother, AE 1:50; = Great Mother, giver of food, AE 1:98, 104, 149; universal great grandmother, AE 1:99; mother of various tribes, AE 1:100; stone representative of; people born from, AE 1:133; goose, zootype of, AE 1:149; as a mount, AE 1:270; Great Mother of life from water, AE 1:279; mother as Apt, Rerit, Neith, Hathor, AE 1:284; earliest representation of, AE 2:583; coffin of Osiris; represented by lotus or papyrus, AE 2:706
Earth-men, type of Seb, NG 1:46
Earth of Eternity, AE 1:359
Easter, BB 1:277-8, 280; = crucifixion or crossing = full moon, ML 104
Easter Monday, BB 1:276
Eclipse, caused by feminine period, BB 2:31-2; dog made to howl at, NG 1:46; dragon of, NG 1:305; evil power, NG 2:99; scene of Horus battling with Sut, ML 179
Eden, first was in equatorial Africa, BB 2:602; celestial, NG 2:18; inner African, NG 2:19; form of, NG 2:20; founded in circle, garden of pleasure, NG 2:28; merged, NG 2:231; legend of, primeval tradition, common property of human race, ML 112; garden of, garden eastward; Tree of Life and river in, repeated in garden of Aarru in Amenta, AE 1:446; watered by mist, like Egypt, AE 1:448; four rivers in, AE 1:459; of Ezekiel in lowermost parts of earth, AE 1:470; enclosure at the Pole, AE 2:591
Edfu, temple of, BB 2:108
Edin, divine Lady of, goddess of Tree of Life, AE 1:447
Edin or Eiden, form of Eden, NG 2:169
Eel, repugnance in eating of, BB 1:336
Egg, of Easter, NG 1:47; of hare, NG 1:48; type, NG 1:94, 133; of sun and moon, NG 1:333; of serpent, a year, NG 1:334; of creation, NG 2:41
Egypt, its topography, BB 1:1; derivation of its name, BB 1:3; antiquity of, BB 1:8; so ancient, BB 1:10; can only be understood by an evolutionist, BB 1:12; common cradle of all, BB 1:23; parent of language, symbolism, laws, etc., in, BB 1:25; as interpreter, Khebt, or Mitzraim, names of old sabean birthplace in the north, BB 2:189; produced earliest civilization in the world, mouthpiece of articulate man, BB 2:599; developer and perfecter of African typology, BB 2:652, NG 1:18; dawn of civilisation arose in, ML 78; parent of hieroglyphics and alphabets, ML 134;derivation of name, AE 1:303
Egyptian, Jews' language is, BB 2:361; ancient and primal, BB 2:457; roots of, to be found in Africa beyond, BB 2:629; gnostic, astronomical, NG 2:1; origin of zodiac, NG 2:193, 214
Egyptians, origin of, not  Asiatic, BB 1:10; migrated from south, BB 1:20-1; taught the Babylonians astronomy BB 1:22; thought black race to be the first of created men BB 1:27;  spanned spaces that were astronomical cycles BB 1:40; their language, an ideographic stage, BB 1:141; other nations borrowed from, BB 2:80
Eight, BB 2:140-2; Great gods in space, universal, = seven of Great Bear plus Sut, BB 2:83, NG 1:314; adorations, Chinese and Eg. NG 1:80; crocodiles, NG 1:349; lizards, NG 1:356; gods, paradise of, Am-Smen, NG 2:47; eight-rayed star, NG 2:50, 87; creations; kinds of men, NG 2:86; saved in ark, NG 2:239
Eighth, sphere, fixed stars, NG 2:88; = immortal soul, ML 233
Eisteddfod, BB 1:421
El,  or Al, supreme god of the Babylonians, BB 2:294; star-god on summit of the mountain, AE 1:499
El-Kargeh, temple of, BB 2:197
El-Shadai, BB 2:284; solar son, BB 2:289; = Kebek, BB 2:345
Elvod, NG 2:447
Elder Horus, had no father, BB 2:77
Elders, twenty-four, AE 2:700, 702, 720
Eldest sister, ruler next to mother, AE 1:77
Election, doctrine, its genesis, NG 2:333
Element, primary, thunder, NG 1:485
Elemental powers, the seven, ML 220, AE 1:497; represented by animals, AE 1:6, 9, 273; deified, AE 1:122; astronomical figures, AE 1:123; earliest superhuman powers, AE 1:125; seven primary powers; Holy Watchers (in Book of Enoch), AE 1:143; Horus, highest of, AE 1:181-2; soul of man derived from Shu, third of, born of ancient genitrix, AE 1:325; their place of exit from Amenta, AE 1:337; six groupings of, AE 1:429; seventh, = soul of blood, AE 1:432
Elementals, NG 2:30
Elementaries, NG 1:5, NG 2:151; family of 7, sexless, impersonal, NG 1:314; non-intelligent, NG 1:319; their souls, stars, NG 1:332; become types of time, NG 1:347; and genitrix, Jehovah-Elohim, NG 2:80; unspiritual, NG 2:152; seven, ML 232
Elementary, of solar fire; serpent, NG 1:324; of earth, crocodile; of hurricane, kaf-ape; of water, hippopotamus, NG 1:325; of thunder, bird; Hebrew, lach, NG 1:330; Agni, NG 1:487
Elementary types, their origin, NG 1:312; became kronian, NG 1:333
Elements, NG 1:7, 316, 322-4, of the 4 quarters, NG 1:406; Aztec signs of, NG 1:411
Elephant, world-supporting, NG 2:13
Eleusinian mysteries, BB 2:203
Elevator of the heavens, as tree, NG 1:395
Elijah, scribe of the gods, = Taht, BB 2:47; talking with Jesus in his transfiguration, AE 2:823
Elizabeth and Mary, the 'two women,' NG 1:499
Elohim, BB 2:126, 145, 148, ML 116; = Ari or Aru, BB 2:127; created heavens and earth, BB 2:133; had origin in stars of the Bear, BB 2:137; form of the seven, BB 2:192; seven in number, ML 124, 222; compared with first 3 of the seven powers, = Sut, Horus, and Shu, AE 1:401; creation by, AE 1:401-10; seven associate gods or Ali of Ptah, AE 1:409, 414, 422-3, 435, 497; equivalent to put-circle or cycle of nine, AE 1:420, 422; equivalent to Egyptian 'First Company of Creators,' AE 1:422
El-Mahdi, tradition of, ML 8
El-Shaddai, BB 1:326; a form of Sut-Anup, ML 129, AE 2:670; Sut at the pole, AE 1:497; change from worship of, to worship of Ihuh, AE 1:499
Embalmment, African origin of, NG 1:128, ML 214
Emph, leader of heavenly deities, BB 2:301
Enna, the scribe, BB 2:110
Enoch, his vision, AE 2:693; great Judgment Day described by, AE 2:694
Enoch and Leviathan, NG 2:178
En-Soph, of the Kabbalah, NG 1:399
Eostre, goddess, BB 1:98, 277, 319, 321
Ephraim, the helper, AE 1:505
Epiphanius, on Jesus ben Pandira, NG 2:492; gives genealogy of Jesus, ML 3
Epiphi, month of, AE 1:301
Equinox, autumn, battle of; Jewish New Year, AE 2:661; mountain of, where warring twins reconciled, AE 2:832
Equinoctial Christolatry, its teachings, NG 2:501-3
Eran Veg, Paradise in the Avesta, AE 1:445
Eratosthenes, his testimony of position of Autumn and Easter equinoxes, AE 2:730
Erech, ark city on summit, AE 2:575; = Suhuni, ark city, AE 2:587
Eridanus, = Nile in the heavens, NG 2:216, 417, AE 1:270, 285, 293, AE 2:728; meaning of name, AE 1:293
Eridu, Gulf of, AE 1:282; place of eternal tree at centre of circumpolar paradise in firmamental water, AE 1:447; from which seven fish-men ascended, AE 2:597
Erithipa stone, figure of mother earth and birthplace, AE 1:133
Eschol, grapes found there, AE 2:657
Eseye, BB 1:321, 351
Eskimo twin brothers, NG 1:476
Esmun, Phoenician, = Egyptian Taht, BB 2:140
Esoteric interpretation not primary, NG 1:7, 295
Essenes, BB 2:131; Christians in the gnostic sense, ML 51; deny physical resurrection, ML 77; Renan on, ML 79; preservers of hidden gnosis, ML 81; their eight stages for perfect personal purity, ML 92; Mysteries, body of disciple = temple of Holy Ghost, ML 98
Estyi, German tribe, BB 2:160
Ethelred, BB 1:211
Ethiopia, abraded form of Kheftiopia, BB 2:588; produced earliest civilization in the world, BB 2:599
Ethiopians, did they come from India, BB 2:57
Eucharist, BB 2:49, 79; eating the mother, AE 1:72-3; eating the mother by proxy, AE 1:74; cow, calf, sow, as types of Great Mother, AE 1:97; victim slain and eaten, AE 1:105; mummy provisions laid on altar, Osirian mystery, Christian sacrament, AE 1:221; body, bread, blood, wine; wine made hot with water, represents living blood, AE 1:222; mortuary meal, AE 1:223; bread and wine substituted for flesh and blood, AE 1:235; eaten to give strength, AE 1:318; sow eaten at, by Jews, AE 1:456; Osiris eaten at, AE 1:526; eaten as mode of converting matter into spirit, AE 2:885
Eucharist of Charis, NG 2:365
Eudemos, NG 1:332
Eudocetos, = gnostic Christ, ML 36
Euergetes, AE 1:451
Eunuchs, the Edmi, NG 2:79
Eve, cast on Djidda, BB 1:452; = negro Iye, BB 2:156; inner African, NG 2:15; first woman not formed from Adam's rib, ML 106; Hebrew Chavah, ML 126; Adam and Eve = Greater and Lesser Bears, ML 126; Tahitian Great Mother, ML 223  (See also Chavvah)
Evil, synonymous with darkness, NG 1:266, NG 2:112-13; origin of, derives from ignorance, ML 164
Evolution, theory of, BB 2:599-602
Existence, out of, escape from the waters, NG 1:151; NG 2:190
Exodus, belongs to celestial allegory, BB 2:177; mythical, BB 2:185, BB 2:387; out of Egypt, common property of all mythologies, BB 2:186; meaning of, found in fragments of Ritual, BB 2:193; = astronomical allegory, BB 2:198, BB 2:426; Chaeremon's account, BB 2:307; historically, several exodes of Sut-Typhonians, BB 2:412; Manetho and Chaeremon's account, BB 2:411-14; great one of Egypt = fleeing of Sut-Typhon, BB 2:428; of Israelites, origin of, AE 2:631-2, 639, 656; begun by Moses, ended by Joshua, AE 2:683-5; Egyptian, mystery of Amenta, AE 2:637, 648; Egyptian, represented on Mendes Stele, AE 2:638; Egyptian, origin of, AE 2:639; Egyptian, the 'Coming forth to day,' AE 2:639; described by Psalmist, AE 2:641; legends of the, astronomical mythology inscribed on sarcophagus of Seti, AE 2:648
'Extreme unction,' ML 230
Eye, of Horus, the lunar lamp, BB 1:94290, 298, BB 2:273, AE 1:418, AE 2:816; type, NG 1:17, 104; colouring, NG 1:95; swallowing—a star in death, NG 1:104; of Horus, full moon, NG 1:411; of Nu, AE 1:407; figure of cycle, AE 2:607; full on last day of month Mechir, adoration of, AE 2:720; symbol of healing, salvation, an amulet, AE 2:816-7; of Horus, light kindled for the ka in Amenta, AE 2:837; of Horus, pierced by Sut, AE 2:870-1, ML 197
Eyebrows, plucking out, NG 1:99
Eyes, seven, seven periods of the pole-stars; seven on one stone; seven of the Lord, AE 2:607; two, city of, AE 2:725
Ezekiel, oblation of, AE 2:676
Fables, matter of fact, NG 2:316; means of conveying facts, ML 166
Fairyland, = Kamite earth of eternity in netherworld, AE 1:372
Fairy loaves, AE 1:254
Fall, metaphysical phase, NG 2:142-3; of the pre-Adamite seven; of the seventy, NG 2:149; doctrine, taught in churches, NG 2:156; an allegory, NG 2:160-1; on a Friday, NG 2:289; on 10th day, NG 2:316; non-historical, ML 24; of man not historic fact, ML 99; originated in perversion of ancient typology, ML 105; caused by seven watchers failing to keep time, ML 123; fall of Man, = descent of soul into matter, ML 127; in the beginning was not a fact, ML 273; = change of pole-star, AE 1:268. AE 2:591; through eating forbidden fruit, AE 1:453; of Adam; of Atum, astronomical, nightly and yearly, AE 1:467; of Sut; Lucifer, AE 2:591; of pair who failed to guard Tree of Knowledge at the pole, AE 2:591
Fall caused by, failure in timekeeping, NG 2:94; women, NG 2:108; eating God’s corn, NG 2:115; eating bear’s grease, NG 2:116; shaking the tree, NG 2:117; drinking milk, eating flesh in morsels, NG 2:115; mutilation, NG 2:119. departure from purity, NG 2:120; drinking impure water; eating forbidden fruit, NG 2:122; stealing the flower; killing the cow, NG 2:123; eating the dark fruit, NG 2:140; precession, NG 2:320
Fall, legends of, Persian, NG 2:98; Book of Enoch, NG 2:106; Tongan, NG 2:107; Norse; Phoenician, NG 2: 108; Akkadian, NG 2:109; NG 2:114; Quiche; Hawaiian, NG 2:115; Russian, NG 2:115, 140; Iroquois; Egyptian; Warau, NG 2:116; Persian, NG 2:117; Yima and Yimak, NG 2:126, 129, 135; Dog-rib, NG 2:140; Old Calabar, NG 2:141; Esdras, NG 2:145; Siamese, Singhalese, Nepalese, Buddhist, NG 2:147; British, NG 2:148
False beliefs, form basis of modern religion, ML 263
Fan, BB 2:497; or flabella, type of soul, AE 1:222; = sunshade = shade of breath, ML 226
Fat, offering to the dead, NG 1:133
Fates, three, NG 1:534
Father, NG 1:315
Fatherhood, demonstrated, AE 1:88-9; established by Hebrew writers, BB 2:347; human and divine, a late institution, NG 1:4; later than sonship, NG 1:123
Faunus, BB 2:497
Female line, descent in, NG 1:457
Fenekh, = image of Typhon as Khen, or Khena, BB 2:167; the people, BB 2:373
Fermentation, NG 1:158-9
Festival, of fructification, AE 1:83; phallic, AE 1:105-7, 111; of the ancestors, AE 1:121; of the staves, AE 1:211; of Ra-k-er-a ('Come thou to me') in Amenta, AE 1:220, 323-4, AE 2:705, 740, 813, 866; Uaka, of inundation, AE 1:290, 296, 301, 526, AE 2:705, 743; Sut-Heb, celebrated by Egyptians every thirty years, AE 1:307, AE 2:596; of the tail, AE 1:307, 427, AE 2:729; of suspension of the sky, AE 1:345; of Corpus Christi, cat dressed up and exhibited, AE 1:463; New Year, after the deluge, AE 2:562; of the six, AE 2:610; Egyptian Feast of the Dead, AE 2:639; of the Golden Calf of Hathor-Iusăas, AE 2:674; monthly, of the sixth, seventh, fifteenth of Taht; of the birth of Osiris; of Amsu, AE 2:705; of the Resurrection, AE 2:738, 740, 813; of the winter solstice; Easter equinox; two divine births of Horus, AE 2:739; of Christmas, identified with rebirth of Osiris or Horus, AE 2:740; Christmas a survival of the Uaka, AE 2:743; of Lady Day, kept in Rome in commemoration of miraculous conception, AE 2:745; of Ra, AE 2:746-7; of Osiris, AE 2:746; of the Tenait, AE 2:746-7; of 'Eve’s provender' (later, the Last Supper), AE 2:847; a ten days’ Memphian; of the erection of the tat, AE 2:869
Festivals, of the cross, NG 1:428-29, 433; of puberty, NG 2:269; time kept by means of, AE 2:742
Fetish images, protecting charms, buried with dead, AE 1:113, 116; type of superhuman power, AE 1:114-7; mental medicine, AE 1:118; image of the Virgin, AE 1:234
Fetishism,  a charm, magic, and witchcraft, BB 2:666; De Brosses on, NG 1:16; a form of sign-language, AE 1:110-2
Fick, Friedrich Christian August, NG 1:242
Finger-pointing, NG 2:301
Finn, transformer, a phratrix, NG 1:75; = Irish Horus, AE 1:360; Diarmait and Finn, AE 1:367
Fire, gods of, Ogun and Mauike, NG 1:487; gift of, Guatemalan legend, AE 1:91; soul derived from, AE 1:132, 134; purification by, AE 1:247; kindled on grave for spirit to ascend in smoke, AE 1:392; spirits of, in Revelation, AE 2:721
First individual, never existed, NG 2:33, 325
Fish, a figure of division, NG 1:170; type of the Christ, NG 1:454; sign of the Christ, NG 2:291; and dove, NG 2:417; crocodile, the typical, AE 1:276; man; fish-mother, AE 1:277; the Southern, AE 1:279, 282-3; birth of water in, AE 1:281, 293; bringer forth of water; the Great, AE 1:282; month of, AE 1:283; Ichthus, Horus as, AE 1:291, 695; signifying water, AE 1:298; in the zodiac, AE 1:301, 404-5; figure of plenty brought by inundation; emblem of Ichthus; title of Jesus in Rome; sacrificial food, AE 2:734-5; advent of Atum-Horus or Jesus as fish when Eastern equinox was in Pisces still eaten on Good Friday, AE 2:735; sign of, on the Pope’s ring; Saviour who came in the inundation, AE 2:736
Fishes, sign of the, figured as two laid out on two dishes, scene in catacombs, astronomical, AE 2:737; pictures of two Fishes and eight baskets of bread, and of two Fishes and seven baskets of bread, AE 2:738; the miraculous draught of, AE 2:807; miracle of the loaves and Fishes, AE 2:811; two, caught for Horus, AE 2:861
Fishsound, NG 1:177
Five, hand a figure of, NG 1:185; type name, NG 1:191; and hand, type name of, NG 1:216-7; synonymous with time, NG 2:275; flower of, NG 2:281-2; origin of figure; of time, NG 2:303; fishers, NG 2:467
Flint knife, NG 2:75
Flood, = inundation of the Nile, BB 1:31-2
Flower, of the soul, blue, NG 2:123; of 5; of 6, NG 2:281-2, 287
Fo-Hi, NG 1:319
Fomalhaut, star of Annunciation, AE 1:283, 294
Food, gods and goddesses, givers of; primitive paradise, a field of, AE 1:288; inundation, bringer of, AE 2:727
Fool Plough, BB 1:262
Foot, dual one, NG 1:199; type words of, NG 1:200, 203
Force, Shu, god of, lion, zootype of, AE 1:2; two lions of double force, AE 2:731
Foreskin, sign of manhood, NG 1:103
Foster, Peter le Nain, BB 1:266
Foundation of the world, AE 2:723, 866
Four, stars, corners, spirits, gods, guardian genii, quarters, BB 2:158; quadrupedal, NG 1:216; types and type names, NG 1:215, 216; paddles and 4 eyes, NG 2:2; elemental, NG 2:30; saved in ark, NG 2:231; corners, creatures, elements, in mythology, ML 120; brothers, husbands to four sisters, AE 1:78; pillars in Amenta, AE 1:220; props to the firmament, AE 1:281; heaven of four quarters, AE 1:328, 536; rivers in Eden, AE 1:459; pillars of four quarters, AE 1:502; oars at four cardinal points, AE 551; quarters, new Heaven founded on, AE 2:564; paddles of bark; those who row it, AE 2:574; ark of four quarters; gods of, AE 2:575; four Books of Taht compared with Pentateuch, AE 2:682; four 'Living Creatures' in Revelation, AE 2:699, 700, 702, 706; who kept the quarters, AE 2:703; who were stationed at four corners of coffin; disciples who accompanied Jesus on Mount; eyes, stars, spirits, angels, at corners of earth, AE 2:706; herds of oxen and asses driven round walls four times at ceremonies of re-erecting the tat-pillar, AE 2:741; four foundations of new heaven; brothers, children of Horus, previously gods of the four quarters, Amsta, Hapi, Tuamutef, Kabhsenuf, AE 2:782, 824, 826, 857-9; who follow Jesus, Simon, Andrew, James and John, AE 2:821, 858; Jesus, James, Peter and John on Mount of Transfiguration, AE 2:824; four fishers, AE 2:857, AE 2:860; four shepherds; four foremost of seven Great Spirits in Annu, AE 2:857, 861; soldiers who guarded sepulchre, who watched sarcophagus of Osiris, AE 2:876; invincible knights in a German Passion Play, AE 2:877
Four and twenty elders, AE 2:700, 702, 715
Four quarters, goddess of; 4 genii of, NG 1:405; cross; 4 elements, NG 1:406-40; 4 mansions; 4 ancestors; 4 lineages, NG 1:407-4; 4 Keb; 4 Kubur; 4 brothers, NG 1:408-4; Tulans, NG 1:409; 4 angels, NG 1:410-4; tortoises; 4 great ages, NG 1:411; Druids; 4 props; 4 colours; 4 mortals, NG 1:412; 4 double-shaped personages; 4 forms, NG 1:413; 4 gospels; 4 characters in, NG 1:414-4; 'honours' in cards, NG 1:416; sets of the 'four,' NG 1:417; Meru, mount of, NG 2:29; mount, arits, giants of, NG 2:237-8
Fourfold Iao, NG 1:545-46
Fox, symbol of Sut, BB 1:261, BB 2:146, 497, 663; the prophesier, NG 1:56; typhonian type of dark power, ML 182
France, bone-caves of, ML 198
Frankland, Capt., NG 2:10
Freemasons, use a formula, BB 1:178, BB 2:106
Freemasonry, BB 1:314
Frischmuth, NG 2:394
Frog, in the moon, Selish Indians myth, ML 167-8; feminine ideograph, AE 1:8; foreteller, AE 1:11; type of transformation, AE 1:11, 30; resurrection, AE 1:12; swallower of water, AE 1:21; Khnum, king of the, AE 1:30; Creator; constellation Piscis Australis; a figure of the earth, AE 1:265
Fumigation
, rites of, NG 1:156-7
Funeral customs
, of the Amandabele, AE 1:155; mortuary meal for departed spirit of the Yucatanese, fasting for dead Egyptian Lent, a funeral last, AE 1:159; Australian, for relatives of deceased to cut themselves, AE 1:163; conical loaves, AE 1:254
Funeral statuettes, made to work for a person, AE 2:655
Fung-Shui, identical with the Two Truths, NG 1:399
Fur, clothing of rants, NG 1:100
Gabriel, taught Joseph seventy languages of the world, BB 2:130
Gag, inarticulate language, NG 1:270
Galton, several persons photographed, fused in a single portrait, ML 9
Ganges, type of celestial source of water, BB 2:201, AE 1:313
Garden of Dionysos, NG 1:303
Garment of shame, feminine, AE 1:237-8; Bishop’s apron, a feminine type, AE 1:238; long one, type of both sexes, AE 2:674, 717; discarded in preparation for funeral bed, AE 2:818-9; pure one put on, AE 2:819
Gautama, the ideal Buddha, ML 94, AE 1:431
Gawain and Gareth (Irish), fight between, child born to be king, AE 1:366
Gayomard divides in twain, NG 2:102
Gaza, Samson eyeless in, ML 176
Gbwejeh, Dahoman goddess, BB 2:605
Geasoning, form of gesture-language, NG 1:279
Gęh, the fiend, her creation, NG 2:135
Geleh, the serpent, BB 2:297
Gemini, sign of twin brothers, Sut and Horus, AE 1:302, AE 2:832, 837
Genders dramatised, NG 1:140
Genii, 4, of four quarters, NG 1:405
Genesis, derived from Egyptians, BB 2:125-6
Genetrix, beginning began with, not the Generator, BB 2:131; her various names, Ap, Apt, Abt, Tep, Teb, Tef, Teft, Kef, Kefa, Kheb, Kheft, Khepsh and Ta-urt, BB 2:132; her name based on feminine type, womb, BB 2:166; Kefa, Heva, Kivan, Chavvah, Saba, Ta-urt, Thermutis or Rahab, BB 2:272; oldest was Ta-urt or Typhon, BB 2:366; Behemoth = Ta-urt (Typhon), primordial, the cow, = Hes-Taurt, Hathor, Neith; the lioness, = Tefnut, Sekht, and Kef, BB 2:378; of human race, goddess of Great Bear, primordial bringer-forth, BB 2:519
Gens, carried by women, NG 1:457
Gethsemane, scene in, compared with Horus in Am-Semen, AE 2:871-2
Gesture-language, primary, NG 1:239; the tongue, NG 1:274; spitting, NG 1:276; still extant, NG 1:278
Gesture-signs, NG 1:9, 11; Eg. and American Ind. compared, NG 1:20-34; for south and north; front and back; left and right hand, NG 1:20-1; statues from Tello, NG 1:21; for negation, drowning, affirmation, NG 1:22-4; right hand and true life; love; NG 1:25; death; killing, NG 1:26; Chinese, NG 1:27; white lilacs salutation, NG 1:27; 'tell me'; offspring female, NG 1:28-9; challenge; birth, NG 1:29; suckling, NG 1:30; wonder; digital reckoning, NG 1:31; day; dark, NG 1:32; sweet; sour; old man, NG 1:33; reduced to hieroglyphics; Parsee deaf mutes, NG 1:33; earlier than words, NG 1:36; of trinity in unity, NG 1:547
Gethsemane, place of purification, BB 2:37
Giant, heart of the, AE 1:20; eater of shades, AE 1:201, 319; of seven cubits, AE 1:321; Irish Gruagach, AE 1:367; co-type with the Apap monster, AE 2:589; and his staff, AE 2:624
Giants, = large cycles of time, BB 2:146; of the four quarters, NG 2:238; glorified and wretched; representative of elemental powers, AE 1:372; one-eyed, AE 1:386; seven = pole-stars, AE 2:593-4; seven who bore world on their shoulders, AE 2:594; Emim, Anakim, Rephaim, Zamzummim; in Amenta, AE 2:658
Gibbon, singing-ape, NG 1:44
Gilgal, circle of, BB 2:25
Gilgames, slayer of the Apap reptile, AE 1:275, 291, 350; piled up great stones, AE 2:575, 587; his search for tree of renewal, AE 2:673
Gimel, BB 2:120
Giraffe-type of Sirius, NG 1:486
Gizeh, pyramid of, AE 1:303
Gladstone, a believer in revelation, ML 112; denies Egyptian influence on Hebrew account of creation, ML 113
Glass, pillar, tower, fort, AE 1:391; hill in Norse tales, AE 1:392
Glory, form of the soul, NG 2:127; Yima; of Tahn, NG 2:130; of Yin and Yang; of grease, NG 2:131; 'from a father,' NG 2:132
Gloves, type, NG 1:106
Gnosis, Eg. astronomical, NG 2:1; converted into history, ML 33; history derived from adaptation of, ML 36; always kept secret, ML 39; its conversion into human history, ML 53; by its aid doctrinal stage of Christianity is recovered, ML 86; was first everywhere, ML 90; mythology contains fragments of, ML 133; lost to world outside, ML 171; deceased triumphs over his destroyers by, ML 200; = includes mystery of transformation, ML 201; kept secret for its primitive simplicity, ML 247
Gnostic, ten heavens, NG 2:57; hebdomads, NG 2:114; types, NG 2:452; astronomy, NG 2:483
Gnostics, continued primary types, NG 1:413; believe supernatural transactions in Christian gospel = things above, ML 21; Christ of, cannot be made flesh, ML 33; did not derive their knowledge from gospel history, ML 36; their evidences silenced, ML 49; preserve true tradition, ML 51; as primitive Christians, ML 52; as knowers, ML 56; inherited unwritten gnosis of Egypt, ML 62; know mysteries in Christian gospels are mundane, ML 62; lend proof of gnosis coming from Egypt, ML 62; deny physical resurrection, ML 77; nous of, ML 230; their god-man = god or divine nature in man, ML 272
Gnosticism, heresy of second century, ML 51; precursor of Christianity, ML 84; new kind of, ML 218
Goat, female type of the genetrix, BB 2:377
Gobar, African figures, NG 1:192
God, the One, NG 1:1-2; no 'one,' in the beginning, unity final, not initial, NG 1:4; fourfold, NG 1:406, 416, 418; the earliest, AE 1:124-6; Father and Son under various names; of Israel, known to Moses under two different names, AE 1:518; the Father in Revelation, Atum-Huhi, AE 2:717; the red, in Revelation, compared with Atum, AE 2:718
God-cake, BB 1:333
Goddess Fifteen, = Ishtar, BB 2:545, ML 136, 142, 176, 181, 184
Goddess of the four quarters, NG 1:405
Gods, origin of, NG 1:5, 7; elementary origin, NG 1:312; Seb, father of, NG 1:457; old ones superseded, NG 2:51; of chaos and time, NG 2:93; Mexican, turned into stone, AE 2:605
Gog and Magog, BB 2:358
Golden Calf, ML 120
Golden Hathor, BB 2:111
Goliath, BB 2:146
Gomer, = the Cymry, BB 1:315, 455
Good and Evil, origin of, ML 147
Good Friday, BB 1:89, 269, 272, 299
Good mind and bad mind, NG 1:183, 489
Good Shepherd, ML 237
Goose, representative of soul born of time, ML 243
Gospel history, explained by mythos, ML 6
'Gospel of the Lord,' = Gospel of Marcion, ML 89
Gospels, 4, of four quarters, NG 1:414; nucleus of, NG 2:468; why four, NG 2:475; Aramaic words in, NG 2:477; later literalised re-writing of Egyptian source, ML 21; multiplicity of versions, ML 51; interpolation of OT prophecies, ML 60
Grease, primitive form of Egyptian anointing, BB 1:19; glory of, NG 2:131
Great ape, type of anger; one of the seven elementaries, NG 1:264
Great Bear, BB 1:126, 132-3, 177, 294, 312, 314, 324, BB 2:52, 88, 127, 131, 143, 205, 338, 465; 'Mizar' star in, BB 1:5; = Khepsh, BB 1:15; birthplace of all beginning, BB 1:16; imaged by Baba the Beast, BB 1:140; = The Plough, BB 1:261; goddess of seven stars, BB 1:276; = star of Arthur, BB 1:318; mount of, BB 1:404; determines equinoxes and solstices. BB 1:425; earliest form of the genetrix, BB 2:47; = khepsh, BB 2:26, 39; seven stars of, BB 2:75; type of Typhon, BB 2:105; represented by rhinoceros, hippopotamus, or unicorn, BB 2:105; =  rostau, BB 2:136; = David's Car, BB 2:148; = the water-horse, complete revolution in 2,700 years, BB 2:199; type of Egyptian Typhon, BB 2:214; earliest manifestor of time, BB 2:225; type of number and reckoning, BB 2:311; seven spirits of, BB 2:359, NG 1:6; dethroned, and became evil Typhon, BB 2:642; coffin of Osiris, NG 1:53; profoundest mystery, NG 2:1; as pointer, NG 2:2; dipper and digger, NG 2:10; sword of, NG 2:27; the living Word, NG 2:342; = Typhon, ML 126; constellation of mother, ML 134, 220; water-cow of earth, AE 1:286, 573; position of, indicative of water, AE 1:299; goddess of, mother of the Fields of Heaven, mother of Time Cycles, clock of four quarters, AE 1:305; birthplace of waters, AE 1:305-6; year of; tail of, pointer, AE 1:307; cult of the goddess of, amongst the Mandaites of Mesopotamia; sign of Great Mother, AE 1:309; coffin of Osiris, AE 1:387, AE 2:593, 644, 737, 852; mistress of the waters, AE 2:578; bier of Lazarus, AE 2:852
Great gods, in space, NG 1:8, universal, NG 1:314
Great Harlot, as Great Mother, BB 1:228
Great Mother, BB 1:133, 351, 379; earlier mythology was doubly-first in heaven, BB 1:14; represented by various beasts, BB 1:163; as bringer-forth, BB 1:280; image in heaven is Great Bear, BB 1:314; great with child, BB 1:318; son = star-god, BB 1:357; = tree of life, BB 1:410; first typified by the bear, BB 1:426; bore her sabean son, BB 1:460; first was fourfold type, = hippopotamus, crocodile, kaf-monkey, lioness, BB 2:564; name of oldest African based on womb, BB 2:605; cruciform, NG 1:437; creator of first heaven, NG 2:57; transformed into moon, NG 2:243; her seventh day, NG 2:296; restored, NG 2:333; primal parent, ML 194, AE 1:6; earliest of all divinities, ML 197; water-cow, the typical, AE 1:9, 52, 387, AE 2:612, 715; seven children, AE 1:25; sacrificial victim under animal types; bringer forth of animal and vegetable life, AE 1:97; animal types of, AE 1:97, 101, 301, 496, 504; bringer forth of four elements, AE 1:123; Sekhet-Bast, AE 1:179, 250; Apt of Nubia, AE 1:251; form of mother earth, AE 1:271, 279, 537; Tepht, Tiavat, AE 1:277; in Southern Fish, AE 1:281; season of, AE 1:295; seat of, AE 1:303; Great Bear, sign of, AE 1:309; Ta-urt, oldest form of, AE 1:376; Jeremiah’s rejoicing when her worship was superseded, AE 1:497; her worship never quite given up, AE 1:537, AE 2:675; Solomon’s Temple to Ashtoreth, AE 1:537; constellated as female hippopotamus or crocodile, AE 2:589; 'Mistress of the Mountain,' goddess of double horizon, AE 2:605; surrenderer of city, AE 2:686; denounced as a harlot in Revelation, AE 2:698; and her seven sons, AE 2:703; as Hathor, imaged by milch cow, AE 2:715; great one God, the, AE 2:726
Great Pyramid of Giza, BB 1:1, 8401, BB 2:75; enormous mastebah, BB 1:403; and dragon, NG 1:351; and precession, NG 2:337-8
'Great Renunciation,' ascribed to Buddha or Christ, ML 93
Great Year, BB 2:394; = precession, 25,868 solar years, BB 1:31, NG 2:318-21; and of, NG 2:327-35; tree of, NG 2:382; Virgil on, NG 2:383
Gree-gree, form of ankh-tie, NG 1:92
Greek, gods, Herodotus on, NG 2:378; parallels with Egyptian mythology, ML 191-2
Green, colour of renewal, BB 1:95
Gregory, the Ninth, BB 1:323; the Great, NG 1:289, 433, 451; Canon, speech in St. Paul's Cathedral, ML 36; and on Jesus rising from tomb, =  grave of Christianity, ML 100
Grimm’s law and followers, BB 1:135, 388, BB 2:610, 619, NG 1:241
Grogoragally, the Divine Son in New Holland mythology, AE 1:244
Grotto, custom of building a, AE 1:357
Gruagach, Irish giant, AE 1:367
Guirrimears, BB 1:378
Gunung Danka, West Java mountain, site of paradise, AE 1:390
Gwasgwyn, Welsh happy abode of dead, AE 1:380
Gwenhywyvar, lady of the summit, BB 1:322
Gwion the Little, BB 1:354-5
Gwydion, British Mercury, BB 1:84, 360, 363-4, 369, 458, 503, NG 2:348; great purifier of the Brython, BB 1:463
Gwymwesi, Welsh blissful white abode, AE 1:380
Gwynvid, breathing-place, NG 2:43
Haber, great serpent, NG 2:431ML 18
Habid and Ham, twin brothers, NG 1:451
Hacavitz, Mexican god turned into stone, AE 2:605
Hades, the depth, the abyss, BB 1:448;  = Khebt, BB 2:196
Hair, sign of puberty, BB 1:319; type of puberty, BB 2: 647, NG 1:99; sign of black, NG 1:27; pulling, an obeisance, masculine symbol; length of, measure of dignity, NG 1:100; cutting, mode of fathering, NG 1:111; buried with the dead, NG 1:132; synonymous with vir, man; type names of, NG 1:208-10; symbol of reproduction, ML 197
Hairy, synonymous with hero, NG 1:214
Ha-k-er-a, 'Come thou to me,' festival in Amenta, AE 1:220, 323-4, AE 2:705,740, 813, 866
Hak and Kak, BB 2:289-91
Hall of Judgment, BB 1:342
Hall of the Double Truth, or Justice, ML 59; the manes examined in, AE 1:95
Hall of the Two Truths, BB 1:198, 322, 342, 416, 423, 428, 433, 437, BB 2:27, 101, 387, 511
Hallow Eve, festival of, BB 1:292
Hamemmat (or Hamemet), future generations, AE 1:385; germs of souls, pre-existing souls, AE 2:770
Hamiltons, BB 1:105
Han, place of Two Waters, NG 1:166
Han-cycle, AE 2:596
Hand, right = upper, left = lower, BB 1:15; right and left, NG 1:21-2; conversation, NG 1:32; typical, kaf-ape, NG 1:45; print, NG 1:87; shaking, NG 1:88; left, primary, NG 1:112; breathing in left, NG 1:161; and no. 5, type-name, NG 1:216-7, 228
Hands, two, the two Bears, NG 1:220; clasped, sign of no. 10, NG 1:223; of Ra = Skeni, NG 1:401
Handsel Monday, BB 1:260
Hapi, ape, AE 1:2, 86; nome of, AE 2:550; bringer of the inundation, AE 2:572; soul of water, AE 2:598
Hapta-Hendu, dual and sevenfold; divided heaven, NG 2:23
Hapu, serpent with four heads, BB 1:424
Har, older than Ra, BB 1:28
Har-em-hebi, BB 1:102, BB 2:410-12
Har-Khuti, ML 235; god of both horizons, BB 1: 299, BB 1:362; brilliant triangle, BB 1:331
Har-Makhu, sun of both horizons, BB 2:58, 110, 288, 309, 325; = Aten sun, BB 2:405
Har-pi-Khart, BB 2:77, 269, 294, 338; sacrificial victim in the solar myth, BB 2:78; child of Isis, BB 2:79; divine sufferer, BB 2:98; child of the mother only, BB 2:388
Har-pi-Kherp, BB 2:294
Hare, thought unclean due to feminine phase, sign of periodicity, opening, BB 1:25, BB 2:659; sign of uncleanness; double message, NG 1:47-8; why unclean, NG 2:276; type of eye, hieroglyphic sign of opener, ML 167; lunar zootype; totemic type of nome; imaged as primitive constellation at feet of Orion, AE 1:317; six who were turned into hares, AE 2:640;
Hari Krishna, BB 2:202
Harlot, = Great Mother, AE 1:498, AE 2:686
Harmachissee Har-Makhu
Har-Magedon, battle of, periodically repeated in mysteries, end of heptanomis, substitution of heaven of twelve divisions, AE 2:711-3
Har-Ma-Kheru, = Horus, 'Word of Truth,' ML 86; Word made Truth, second Horus, demonstrator of the resurrection to eternal life, AE 2:792, 812
Har-Makhu, god of double horizon, NG 2:54; god of two horizons, BB 1:13, 277, 287, 336; solar god, BB 1:423; solar god of both horizons, AE 1:187, 715-2, 536; Libra, AE 1:303, 366; sun-god on the western horizon, AE 1:332; Horus of double equinox, AE 1:334; god of double equinox, AE 1:341, AE 2:679; represented by cleaver or axe, AE 1:341; cult of, doctrines of, incarnation and resurrection established in, AE 1:344; Great Judge; Lord of equinoctial level, AE 1:523; the avenger, AE 1:536; laws and commandments placed under feet of, AE 2:679; fighter of battle of Har-Magedon, AE 2:713
Har-Suti, BB 2:291; stellar god before the solar-god, Har-Makhu, BB 1:362
Har-Tema, BB 1:346; mighty avenger, AE 1:530; Great Judge, AE 1:535, AE 2:711
Har-Tesh, = Egyptian Mars, ML 171
Har-Ur, child of Isis, AE 1:290, 854; first born Horus, AE 1:332
Harpocrates, BB 1:37, 277, BB 2:57, 291; dumb child, BB 1:219; God of Silence, BB 1:354
Harsaphes, god, BB 2:274
Hat, type, NG 1:106
Hat, the heart, BB 1:114
Hathor, BB 1:199, 248, 386, BB 2:73, 147, 226, 275; white cow a symbol of, BB 1:127; as 'spotted cow,' BB 1:182; queen of heaven, BB 1:212; as Shaat, BB 1:322; cow-headed goddess, BB 1:335; seven, BB 1:349; called the Golden, BB 1:366-8; Meh-urt = form of, BB 1:393; headdress of, BB 1:396; seven Hathors, BB 2:51, 360, AE 1:26; wisdom is personified, BB 2:109; type = heifer with gilded horns, BB 2:111; cow-headed genetrix, BB 2:141; the cow type, BB 2:144; Shaat or Shati, BB 2:160; seven cows of BB 2:401; the nurse, BB 2:643; lunar form of goddess of love, ML 134; 179; as fruit tree, AE 1:2;  fruit tree type of the Great Mother, AE 1:97; mother of food and goddess of fecundity, AE 1:105, 392, 451; milch cow, AE 1:140, 261; mistress of the mines, AE 1:263; feast of, AE 1:296; sycamore of, AE 1:303; mistress of the year, AE 1:308; Hathor and her infant Horus in Sothis, AE 1:340; continued as Venus, AE 1:340, AE 2:675; offers fruit to the deceased, AE 1:370, 415; goddess of love and music; provider of food and drink for the manes, AE 1:370; the amorous queen, AE 1:370-1; Hathors, the seven, figured as seven cows in the Irish paradise, AE 1:375; portrayed inside the coffin as the mother of life, AE 1:449; sycamore of, discoverer of water, AE 1:450, 452; dove of, type of a soul, AE 1:482; lunar goddess, AE 2:557; goddess of golden calf, AE 2:674; worshipped at Sarabit el Khadim, AE 2:677-8; Hathor Iusäas, Hathor Sothis, the Bride, AE 2:721; temple of, at Denderah, AE 2:743
Hathor-Iusaas, BB 2:287, 344
Hathor-Meri, mother of Horus in 'House of a thousand years,' prototype of Mary, Virgin mother, AE 2:733; Osiris anointed for burial under hair of, AE 2:870; as sycamore fig-tree, NG 1:350
Hati, breathing heart, one of seven souls, AE 1:479
Hatshepsu, Queen, expedition of, AE 1:262; as Mat-Ka-Ra, personator of both sexes, AE 1:440, AE 2:787; temple of, at Deir-el-Bahari, AE 2:575
Haunch (or Thigh), ideographic sign in the northern heaven, birthplace, seat, AE 1:260, 303, 310, AE 2:675; pyramid of Gizeh in nome of, AE 1:303; clock by which moon-god measured the hours, AE 1:305; sign of Great Mother; position of, in planisphere, AE 1:309; head of milch cow portrayed upon; in zodiac of Denderah, AE 1:310; place of rebirth above, AE 1:352; name of king of kings written on; image of power; instrument to open the month of the dead, AE 2:710
Hawaiian deluge, NG 2:243
Hawk, ML 242; human-headed, symbol of dead mummy, BB 2:551; a type of solar god, BB 2:551; type of soul of breath, AE 1:19, 482-3, 603, 877; image of Horus, AE 1:301; bird of the Holy Spirit, AE 2:773, 790; type of the sun-god, AE 2:877
Hea, god of learning, BB 2:497, 508; god of wisdom, NG 1:465, ML 207
Hea-Bani, BB 2:496-7
Head, preserving of human, BB 2:557; and scalp, NG 1:47
Heart, the two hearts, AE 1:201
Heaven, = Nupe above and Neith below, BB 1:422; dual; as father and mother; as feminine, NG 1:466-7; and earth, two sisters, NG 1:467, 471; a definite creation, NG 2:27; in moon, NG 2:50; hexagonal, NG 2:53; the 8th, time fixed stars, NG 2:88; precession, 10th, hard shell, NG 2:89; ninefold, NG 2:250-1; uplifted by Shu, AE 1:261-2, 384; raised on high by two brothers, Greek myth, AE 1:267; water, a figure of; created from water, AE 1:281; represented as a milch cow, AE 1:286; in two parts, domains of Sut and Horus, AE 1:325, AE 2:576, 854; in three divisions, AE 1:325, AE 2:575; of four quarters, AE 1:328, 536, AE 2:564, 611, 855; Heaven's one pillar, a name of the Japanese island of Ski, AE 1:355; of Atum-Ra, AE 1:366; means of reaching it, AE 1:386, 392; Kingdom of; founded once a year by Horus or Jesus, AE 1:536; of seven divisions changed to one of eight, AE 2:555; imaged as firmamental water, AE 2:558; of seven, ten, twelve divisions, AE 2:649, 684, 694, 700, 755, 855; vanishing, in Revelation, celestial heptanomis, AE 2:697; triangular, of Sut, Horus, and Shu, gods of South, North, and Equinox, AE 2:715; New on twelve foundations, in Revelation, AE 2:716; New in Revelation, according to the 'measure of a man,' cross of four quarters, AE 2:724; the New on Mount Hetep, AE 2:725; New, based on equinoxes, AE 2:731
Heaven divided, as Yin and Yang, NG 2:15; Hepta-Hendu, NG 2:23; Tavthe and Apason, NG 2:25; Omoroka; cow; Uranus, NG 2:26; Abred and Gwynvid, Iho-Iho, NG 2:30
Heavens, three primary, Babylonian, NG 2:56; gods, 365 in number, NG 2:53; 10, of the Gnostics, NG 2:87
Hebdomad, mystery of, NG 1:536; planetary, NG 2:85, ML 41
Hebdomads, gnostic, NG 2:114
Hebdomas, gnostic, NG 1:537
Heber and Heremom, twin brothers, NG 1:49-2
Hebrew, alphabet not symbolical or founded on picture writing; hieroglyphics turned into square letters, BB 2:120; ideographic as based on things, BB 2:123
Hebrews, never were in Egypt, BB 2:364; = the Hekshus, the Shus-en-Har, the servants, BB 2:372; derive name from eber, BB 2:386; Egyptian mythology reproduced in their history, BB 2:398
Hecate, BB 1:224
Heft, the serpent, BB 2:494
Heh, the goddess serpent-woman, BB 2:342, ML 207
Heh, BB 2:120
Heifer, red, type of Typhon, BB 2:112
Height, = eight, ML 236
Heimdal, in Norse mythology, son of nine virgins, BB 2:390
Heir, as son of the sister, NG 1:61; the nephew, NG 1:62
Heitsi-Eibib, crossing the waters, which divided, AE 2:634; lunar transformer, NG 1:120
Heitsi-Elbega, Hottentot long cairns, NG 1:133
Heitsi Kabip, Hottentot sorcerer, BB 2:205
Heka, = frog type of the mother, BB 2:378, 615
Hekat, = Greek Hecate, ML 168; as frog, AE 1:2, 12, 30; = Cinderella, AE 1:12; = Sati, AE 1:12, 366
Hekau, Egyptian name for magic, conjuring, and to charm, BB 2:548; great magical Word of Power, AE 1:408
Hekshus, BB 1:13, BB 2:387, 400; = shepherd kings, BB 2:63; not invaders of Egypt, BB 2:365-6; = Phoenicians, BB 2:373; worshippers of the mother and son, BB 2:387
Helen of Troy, survival of the Great Mother, AE 2:686
Helena, the Great Mother, NG 2:425
Hell-fire, solar, NG 1:324; lake or tank of flame in Amenta, AE 1:240
Hemp, Indian, used for their spiritual trance, ML 205
Hengist and Horsa, BB 1:216
Hephaistos, ascends from underworld, ML 184; architect of house of the gods, AE 1:359; Greek Vulcan, AE 1:386
Heptaktis, Chaldean god, ML 130, 220
Heptanomis, first form of Egypt, NG 2:24; superseded by hexagon, NG 2:5, 54; Greater and Lesser Oases, parts of; AE 1:305; the celestial, AE 1:305, 379, AE 2:855; seven pillars of; of old Great Mother and her seven sons, AE 1:321; repeated in Amenta, AE 1:420; seven divisions of; AE 1:426-7; type of underworld, AE 1:428; seven mounds of, AE 1:502; seven lands divided by seven waters; seven divine princes of; various types of, AE 2:550, 580-1, 609; superseded by the Octonary, AE 2:556; seven caves, a figure of; serpent with seven heads, a figure of, AE 2:573; borne up by seven giants, AE 2:594; seven pagodas an image of, AE 2:606; Jericho a form of, AE 2:686
Herakles, ML 175; twelve labours of, zodiacal, AE 1:319; Horus the prototype of; AE 1:320; station of the pole, AE 2:580, 619; creation of man when the pole passed into constellation of, AE 2:619; the sinking of, in last great deluge of all when men were drowned, AE 2:620, 623
Heraldry, BB 1:91; system of sign-making, NG 1:59
Hercules, BB 1:340, BB 2:146, 263, 357; = Khunsu, BB 1:369
Hermanubis, BB 2:105, 286
Hermes, BB 1:358, BB 2:200; Sut first form of, BB 1:10; his caduceus, BB 1:363; common property of the priests, BB 2:82; later form of Sut, BB 2:100; 36,500 books, BB 2:281; Eg. Mercury; his hound, NG 1:55; = Taht, ML 59; shows how mortal man can transform into immortal mind, ML 67; Ritual is ascribed to, ML 90; legend of, AE 1:306, 384; his discourse on regeneration, AE 2:822
Hermetic books, assigned to Taht, BB 2:80, 287
Hero, synonymous with hairy, NG 1:214
Herod, = red dragon, NG 2:435, ML 18, 182, 185; reign of ML 2; Hebrew, signifies a terror, ML 18
Herodotus on the Greek gods, NG 2:378
Heron, a type of Taht, BB 2:573
Herrut, reptile, prototype of Herod, AE 2:829; typhonian reptile, ML 185
Hervey Islands, Mangaian account, AE 2:609
Hes-ta-urt, BB 1:277, 319; = goddess Hestaroth = Hes-ta-urt = Ashtaroth, BB 2:46, 146, 200, 272
Hesi, Greek Isis, the milch cow, AE 1:306
Hesit, giver of liquid life, AE 1:312, 384-5, 387
Hesmen, denotes the menstrual purification, BB 2:484
Hesperides, golden apples, BB 2:263
Hetep, mount, Land of Promise depicted in Amenta, AE 1:207, 394; Mount of Glory in polar Paradise, AE 1:324; Paradise over celestial water, AE 1:373; table of Mount Garden of, AE 1:375; heaven at the summit divided into ten divine domains, AE 1:379, 384, AE 2:837; table heaped with provisions, ideograph of, AE 1:381-2, AE 2:676; land flowing with milk and honey, AE 1:383, AE 2:659; isle of rest meaning of name, AE 1:426; mount of peace and everlasting plenty in circumpolar paradise, AE 1:539; landing place for bark of the blessed, AE 1:554; paradise of spirits perfected, AE 2:659; Aarru, AE 2:675; mount of the oblations, AE 2:676; new heaven on, AE 2:725; harvest field in; object of deceased to attain it, AE 2:802; mount where Sut and Horus were reconciled by Shu, AE 2:837
Hexagonal heaven, NG 2:53
Hexagram of King-Wan, of Ptah, NG 2:9
Hieroglyphic, wave of water, NG 1:22; signs derived from human body, NG 1:275
Hieroglyphics, older than letters, BB 1:8; origin of; oldest Chinese, NG 1:19; began as direct object-pictures, later symbolic, ML 108; developed out of primitive pictures, ML 133
Hierosolymus and Judaeus, sons of Typhon, BB 2:189, 215
Hifo, Fijian underworld, BB 1:15
Hikuleo, Polynesian dragon, NG 1:343
Hipparchus and precession, NG 2:20
Hippopotamus, goddess = Kefa, Khebma, Khep, Khef, Kef, Wheva, Jhevah, Apt, Abt or Ivi, etc, original of, type of Eve, BB 2:156; adopted as primitive type of genetrix, BB 2:378, 680; oldest type of Great Mother, BB 2:666; elementary of water, NG 1:325; appeal for rain, AE 1:35; mother totem, AE 1:65; as Apt, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97, 123, 497, AE 2:588; zootype of mother earth, AE 1:259; 'monster' on dry ground, AE 1:279; hieroglyphic sign for the hour, AE 1:305; constellation of Great Mother, AE 2:589; constellation as male, zootype of Sut, AE 2:602
Historic Christianity, based on faith not knowledge, ML 93; retained possession of dead Christ, an empty husk, ML 95; abolishes the gnostic spiritualism, ML 95; responsible for  shunting thought down wrong path, ML 97; turns gnostic teachings inside out, mythical allegory into personal history, ML 97; founded on 'Resurrection of the Flesh,' ML 100; a non-Spiritualist, anti-Spiritualistic religion, ML 101
History, begins with mythology, BB 2:226
Hittites, = the Khita, BB 2:407
Hivel Zivo, Subban Creator, AE 1:324
Hlonipa, custom of, BB 2:502, 678; sex-denoting, NG 1:140-1
Hocktide, BB 1:281
Hogmanay, BB 1:305
Hohgates, seven, BB 2:642, ML 124
Hoho, Dahoman deity, BB 2:670
Holda, receiver of children's souls, ML 241
Holy Ghost, sin against, NG 2:136
Holy Thursday, BB 1:198
Hom-tree of Aryana-Vaejo, NG 1:394
Homer, perception of colour, NG 1:178
Honio, born twin, NG 1:138-9
Hop, King, representative of Siamese ceremony; Scotch, game of; AE 2:606
Horeb, mountain of God, AE 2:675
Horn, a masculine symbol, BB 1:117; of bearing and sustaining, BB 1:117; type of Typhon, BB 2:105; symbol of hardness, BB 2:156
Horned cairns, NG 1:419
Horn-point, time pole, NG 1:351
Hornet, type of Ra, Pharaoh, AE 2:656
Horus, BB 1:146, 270, 286, 403, BB 2:36, 136, 181; the child, the bastard, BB 1:18-9, 272-3, AE 1:27; standing on a crocodile, BB 1:46; = male potency, BB 1:117; god of the Easter resurrection, BB 1:272; battle with Sut, BB 1:284; Lord of Khent-khatti, BB 1:286; = George of Egypt, BB 1:306; battle with Typhon, BB 1:344, 355, 360; child, BB 1:352; born again, BB 1:387; Lord of the South, BB 1:406; overcame the Akhekh dragon, BB 1:426; second Horus begotten of the Father, BB 2:77; solar lord, the Lord Psalms, elevated above Taht, BB 2:83; transformation from Osiris, BB 2:98; second of the Osirian cult, BB 2:106; son, glory of the lord (Osiris) revealed, annual dispute with Satan, BB 2:110; = Apollo, BB 2:199; battle with Sut, BB 2:239; conceived of virgin mother, BB 2:246; defeats Typhon, BB 2:258; establishes seat of the father by Taht, BB 2:279; child, a dual manifestation in the light and dark, BB 2:291; coming of age, BB 2:30, 304; born in the marshes, BB 2:356; impeached by Typhon as a bastard, BB 2:411; bitter enemy of Typhonians, BB 2:412; hawk-headed = the repa, heir-apparent, prince, BB 2:551; maimed in his lower members, BB 2:647; the renpu, branch, shoot, BB 2:660; of the two equinoxes, NG 1:442; and Stauros, twin, NG 1:497; androgynous type, NG 1:511; of inundation, NG 1:495; and Sut, NG 1:417; Orion, star of, NG 2:436; in Osirian mythos = mythical messiah, ML 10; two characters of, = canonical Christ, ML 14; signifies the Lord, ML 21, 58; continued from Egypt = Christ of Gnostics, ML 50; = mythical Christ, continued by Gnostics, ML 61; blind, ML 62; = Christ as lord of lunar light, ML 76; with finger to mouth = divine word or logos, ML 86; unpronounceable name contains 30 letters, ML 90; overthrows Apap dragon, ML 145, 176; child, ML 177, 179; cripple deity, ML 180; shut up in region of annihilation, ML 224; name = one who ascends as a spirit, ML 238; bringer of food, AE 1:52, 288-9, AE 2:729; soul of light, AE 1:121, 127, 401; the white god, AE 1:128; children of, born from water, AE 1:131; as shoot springing from the plant, AE 1:140, 180; = eighth soul, AE 1:182; triumph of, over Sut, AE 1:189; typical of human soul, AE 1:190; blind, AE 1:192, 223, 246, 471, 533, AE 2:816-7; 'Word of Power'; Word made Truth, AE 1:194; first, born of Virgin, second, begotten of Father, AE 1:215, 854; ladder of, to upper Paradise, AE 1:207, 362; = cripple deity in Amenta, AE 1:211; mortal transformed into immortal, AE 1:220, 529; risen Osiris, AE 1:225; rending veil of tabernacle, AE 1:225, AE 2:877, 897; avenger of Osiris, AE 1:228, 522, 532, AE 2:741, 803; divine model, the Saviour, AE 1:229; triumphant in Amenta; manifestor of immortality, AE 1:230; eaten as 'Bread of life,' AE 1:235; of long lock of childhood, AE 1:245, 529; on his papyrus reed, AE 1:257-8, 289, 394, 450, AE 2:663; as hawk or vulture; child of Hathor, AE 1:263; Good Power, AE 1:268; as Sebek, great fish of inundation, AE 1:274; solar, of double horizon, AE 1:274, 331, 334, AE 2:827; crocodile god, AE 1:276; fish-man, AE 1:277; Sebek in the abyss, AE 1:278; African Jack and the Beanstalk, AE 1:289; representative of resurrection; bringer of water, AE 1:290; Ichthus, the fish, AE 1:291, AE 2:695, 743, 861; bruiser of serpent, AE 1:292, 318; born of Virgin, prince of peace, AE 1:293, 418; prototype of Bacchus, AE 1:296; victory of, AE 1:301; of the inundation, AE 1:307, AE 2:744, 753; maker of music in the spheres, AE 1:315; represented by various constellations; wars of; AE 1:356; prototype of Herakles, AE 1:319, 320, 352; his triangle, AE 1:327, AE 2:752; of double equinox, AE 1:334, 336; of two lions, AE 1:334; transformer as Khepra; in his Double Glory, glass, pillar, tower, fort, AE 1:391; hill in Norse tales, AE 1:392; God, earliest god, AE 1:124-6; Father and Son under various names; of Israel, known to Moses under two different names, AE 1:518; the Father in Revelation, Atum-Huhi, AE 2:717; the red, in Revelation, compared with Atum, the red, AE 2:718; represented by two crocodiles, two fishes in Pisces, two lions in Leo, two beetles in Cancer, two twins in Gemini, AE 1:335; wearer of double crown, ruler of double earth, AE 1:414, 419, AE 2:695; Kamit given to; white crown given to, AE 1:419; shoot of the papyrus; AE 1:450; protector and deliverer of Atum-Ra, AE 1:463; deliverer of the 'spirits in prison,' AE 1:479; the Good Shepherd, AE 1:487, 532; his advent in Amenta, AE 1:491-2; hawk-headed; the comforter, AE 1:491; suffering Messiah, AE 1:522; afflicted sufferer depicted by Isaiah, AE 1:526, 529, 535-6; by Paul, AE 1:534; voluntary sacrificial victim, AE 1:527, AE 2:728; child, in catacombs; heir of Annu, AE 1:529; child of twelve and adult of thirty, AE 1:529, AE 2:776; described in the Psalms, AE 1:530; the branch, AE 1:536; nome of, AE 2:550; soul of light, AE 2:598; light of the world, AE 2:692; who came by water and blood; his crown, Crown of Life, AE 2:695; the Word, AE 2:706; divine husbandman, AE 2:710; the Elder, child of the mother, one of the seven; of resurrection, child of the father, AE 2:716, 786; representative of divine male-female, AE 2:717, 786; his second advent, description of, AE 2:719; 'traveller of eternity,' AE 2:728; his birthplace in zodiac changed from sign to sign according to precession, AE 2:730; 'Witness for eternity,' 'He who steppeth onwards through eternity,' 'persistent traveller,' Egyptian Jesus, AE 2:730, 896; portrayed with fish on his head, crocodile under his feet, AE 2:735; figure of, on a Maltese coin, wearing a fish mitre, AE 2:736; two divine births at Christmas and Easter, AE 2:741-2, 745; types of, reproduced in Rome, AE 2:752; the Double one, AE 2:753, 786, 893; his coming, his history, compared with Jesus, AE 2:764-71; with his mother till twelve, at thirty baptized by Anup, transformed into only begotten son; 'owner of twin souls,' AE 2:787; the 'Two Horus Gods,' title of, in pyramid texts of Teta; born of two mothers, Neith and Sekhet, Iusăas and Nebhetep, Isis and Nut, two Marys, AE 2:788; An-Mut-ef and Si-meri-ef, titles of Horus, AE 2:789; first was ruler in circle of lesser year, second was 'traveller of the heavenly road' in circle of precession, AE 2:791, 866; heir of Seb, Osiris, Ra, AE 2:793; sower of seed in field of Osiris, AE 2:801, 805; peaceful and avenger, AE 2:803; intercessor, AE 2:805; giver of sight to blind, explanation of; AE 2:815, 817, 854; image of; taken to Bakhten to exorcize an evil spirit, AE 2:816; in the Mount, AE 2:825; teacher in the boat, AE 2:827; founder of kingdom in spirit world, AE 2:854; the fisher, AE 2:860; wounded in eye by Sut whilst keeping watch for Ra, AE 2:871-2; the sayer, AE 2:890; his attributes when reborn for heaven of eternity, AE 2:896; his discourse to Osiris, AE 2:897; teacher of lesser mysteries in first advent, teacher of greater in his second, AE 2:901
Horus-hawk, a solar elementary, NG 1:324
Horus-Khenti-Khrati, BB 2:57
Horus-Khuti, BB 1:271
Horus-Maat-Kheru, the Word made Truth, AE 2:709; house of a thousand years, cycle of precession, AE 2:712, 733, 734, 744, 866; Lord of the Balance, reborn in, AE 2:746
Horus-Tema, avenger of his father, BB 1:34
Hot cross-bun, symbol of equinoctial boundary, BB 1:121
Housapti, king of first dynasty, ML 211
House of Osiris, seven halls, NG 2:50
Hu, BB 1:291, 324, 331, 339, 343, 356, BB 2:352; brindled-ox of BB 1:84; solar son BB 1:317; Hu-Gadarn, the overseer, BB 1:326; = corn,  the mighty bull, BB 1:327; onion of, as  gliding serpent. BB 1:340; Son of Tum BB 1:369; = Jesus, BB 1:444; god of corn BB 1:453; children of BB 1:461; = spirit of light, BB 2:291; god of light, BB 2:326; bulls of, NG 1:529; teacher of tillage, NG 2:137
Hu and Ka, the gods, BB 2:290; = sun below and sun above horizon, BB 2:551
Huhi, god, the eternal, AE 1:498, AE 2:893; title of Ptah, Atum and Osiris, AE 1:499
Hunt, AE 1:72
Hurakan, Quiche primordial power, NG 1:330
Hushtoli, storm-wind, Chinese deity, NG 1:331
Huythaca, deluge of, AE 2:585
Hwang-ti, or Hien Yuan, first celestial builder, AE 2:626
Hyades, the, harbingers of water or Spring, AE 1:301
Hydra, figure of Apap reptile, AE 1:259, 270, 291, 396, 458, AE 2:729; drowned in inundation, AE 1:292, 298, 418
Hyena, mother totem, AE 1:65
Hymn to the early elemental powers, found on the walls of temple in El-Khargeh, AE 1:412
Hymn to Osiris, compared with Isaiah xxxiv. and xxxv., AE 1:490; 'O thou who art called aloud,' AE 2:848
Hynde, Capt., AE 1:73
Hyperboreans, dwellers in the celestial pole-land, AE 1:386
Hvergelmir, cauldron of, NG 2:177
Hwang-ti, obtains map-writings, NG 2:179
Hydra, dragon of the waters, NG 1:344
Iach, the anointed, BB 2:77; Hebrew elementary, NG 1:330
Iah, mighty deeds of, AE 1:499, 500; the Messiah, AE 1:500; typical lion, AE 1:504
Iahu or Ihuh, Jehovah, the Father god in Israel, AE 1:423; also god the son, AE 1:503; Hebrew Creator, AE 1:424, 435; son of Ptah, AE 1:437; the One God in Israel, AE 1:498, 680; the name, AE 1:499; worshipped as a bull calf, AE 1:505; self-existent and eternal God, AE 1:516, AE 2:668; one with Atum-Huhi, AE 2:680; God the Father in Revelation, AE 2:717
Iah-Elohim, his creation compared with that of Ptah, AE 1:409; planter of garden in Genesis; equal to Iu and his associate gods, AE 1:435
Iah-Jehovah, names of father and son in one god, AE 1:519
Ialdabaoth, gnostic chief, ML 117, 124, 128, 129; a form of Sut, AE 1:422; elder brother and creator, AE 1:428
Iao, fourfold god, NG 1:417, 545-6; figures of, NG 1:355; NG 2:436; planetary hebdomas, NG 2:56; god with ass’s head; ass-headed, grasping two serpents; portrayed on Gnostic gems as double-headed ass, ML 130-1, 220, AE 1:506; ass has the name of, ML 235
Iao-Abraxas, NG 2:79
Iao-Chnubis, ML 125; god of number seven, ML 126
Iao-Sabaoth, BB 2:437; god of seven planetary heavens, NG 2:80; an ass, NG 2:455
Iau, sage of the gods, AE 1:502; Jehovah, AE 1:506
Iaw, British God of ten letters or vowels, NG 1:287
Iberiu, BB 2:681
Ibis, great enemy of the serpent, BB 2:271
Ibrahim, Hamid, BB 2:606
Ichthys, BB 1:46; or Ichthys, sign of Pisces, NG 1:452; fish-Christ, NG 2:391; = Fish-man, ML 8; Ichthys, the Fish, the Christ, instructs men by day, retires to lake of Galilee, ML 8
Ideographic signs, pre-alphabetic, NG 1:243; reduced to letters, NG 1:243-4; names first given to, NG 1:244
Idiotai, uninstructed Jews, thought prophecy have fulfilment in human history, ML 8
Idzubar, = Bar, BB 2:345
Ieou, two great books of, AE 1:500; 'Wisdom of Jesus' and 'Wisdom of Solomon' possibly versions of, AE 1:500, AE 2:771; books contain lesser and greater mysteries, AE 2:771, 781; the First Man, AE 2:793
Ife, Yoruban birthplace of the gods, BB 2:603; human birthplace, NG 2:15
Ignatian epistles, NG 2:378
Iho-Iho, divided heaven, NG 2:43
Ili, Assyrian gods, ML 124
Illuminati, held onto mysteries, ML 108
Immaculate conception, BB 1:142, NG 1:551, NG 2:398; represented in Luxor by Kneph, ML 5 (See also Annunciation)
Immortality, by embalming, BB 2:482; continuity, NG 2:129; dependant on totality, ML 239; Horus the manifestor of, AE 1:230
Inapertwa, Arunta tradition of, AE 1:67; born from the elements, AE 1:132; pre-human creatures, AE 1:429; traditions of, amongst six Arunta totems, AE 1:429
Incarnation, doctrine of, AE 1:231
Incense, = breath of life, ML 224
India, from Khentu, south, NG 2:31
Indicator, NG 1:37
Indra, and Vritra, NG 1:307; the carpenter, NG 2:468
Ing, an enclosure, NG 1:66
Ing-gau, men of the Ing, NG 1:66; sign of, NG 1:40
Inundation, dates of, AE 1:260; Uaka festival of the, AE 1:290; birthday of the, birthday of the world, AE 1:291; beetle, bennu, heralds of, AE 1:295; end of; sun in Aquarius, AE 1:300; birth of the New, AE 1:301; birthplace of the, AE 1:307, AE 2:728; type of an overwhelming flood, reproduced in heaven and in Amenta, AE 2:552; bringer of food, AE 2:727
Investiture, the mystery of, AE 2:772-3; day of 'Come thou to us' in Pistis Sophia, 'Come thou hither' in Ritual, AE 2:773
Io, lunar goddess, BB 2:440
Irenaeus, his Jesus not crucified at 33, but passed through every age, lived to be old, ML 4; complains Marcion dismembered epistles of Paul, ML 29
Iris, BB 1:362
Iritisen, BB 1:376
Irminsul, mythical pillar which joined earth and heaven together, AE 1:353
Ishtar, BB 1:277, 321, BB 2:70, 146, 474; goddess of seven stars, BB 2:147, 487; Lady of the mountain, BB 2:171; Goddess 15, BB 2:545; androgynous type, NG 1:511, ML 120, 134-6; 'Bridal Goddess,' = Venus, ML 137; descent of, ML 175-6, 184; descent of, AE 1:299, 412; form of Hathor, AE 2:559; House of, AE 2:575; mistress of mountain of pole, AE 2:591
Ishtar and Izdubar, legend of, ML 177
Ishtar and Tammuz, = Isis and Osiris, BB 1:13
Isis, BB 1:283, 321, BB 2:45, 199; her descent into underworld, BB 1:13; black negroid, BB 1:14, 18; collar worn by, BB 1:84; accompanied by dog, BB 1:346; = Hes, BB 1:351; = great mother, BB 1:354; hes of, BB 1:381; two collars of, BB 1:396; her veil of Sais, BB 2:173; pierces head of serpent, BB 2:243; her afterbirth, BB 2:246; = the seat, BB 2:298; conceived, BB 2:390; as Hes-Taurt, cow-headed genetrix, BB 2:503; star = symbol of, BB 2:594; hung charm or amulet around her neck, BB 2:668; in Virgo, bears seed in her hands, bruising serpent's head, ML 114, 136, 138, 180; mother-moon, AE 1:23; veil of, AE 1:31; blood of, AE 1:69, 137; salvation by, AE 1:233; as field, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97; typical Virgin, blood mother, AE 1:136; watching over Osiris in Amenta, AE 1:220, 880; lunar goddess, spearing Apap, AE 1:288, 4I7; swallow representative of, AE 1:296; in Virgo, AE 1:296; seeking for water, AE 1:299, 528; tears of, AE 1:299; hiding herself and her child, AE 2:714; the widow, AE 2:769
Isis and Nephthys, bring forth Easter child, BB 1:280; = two sisters, NG 1:470, NG 2:460; two mothers, two sisters, two wives of Osiris; two ancestresses, Virgin and Nurse, AE 1:77-9, AE 2:550, 664; watching by Osiris, AE 1:224; brought back to Osiris by Horus, AE 1:228, AE 2:844-5; represented by two birds, AE 2:553; at tomb of Osiris, AE 2:883
Isis-Serkh, scorpion goddess, AE 1:297; Scorpio, AE 1:302
Isle of flame, AE 2:691, 693
Isle of truth, AE 1:374
Israel, children of, their 'backslidings' = return to worship of Great Mother, AE 1:497; mother of, a lioness, AE 1:504-5; god of, known to Moses under two different names, AE 1:518; in Sheol, AE 1:541; and his twelve sons, = Ra in heaven of twelve divisions, AE 2:649; children of, travel through Amenta with Moses, enter Promised Land with Joshua, AE 2:686; people of, only mentioned once on monuments; the seed of, AE 2:687; marauders in Egypt, AE 2:687-9
Isullanu, Ishtar's lover, ML 136
Iu, BB 2:309; of Atum cult, BB 2:106; = name of Jew, BB 2:432; earlier feminine form in Io, BB 2:440; or AO, the Coming One, NG 2:374; 'to come.' ML 10; Iu in Egypt = Iao in Phoenicia = Assur in Assyria, ML 41; ass has name of Iu, ML 235; the seven, AE 1:397; son of Ptah, AE 1:423, 437, 500, AE 2:891; ever-coming son, type of eternal, AE 1:424, 499, 500, AE 2:680; name of Atum, pharaoh’s associate gods compared with Iahu-Elohim, AE 1:435; represented by the ass, AE 1:436; his fight with the serpent, bruiser of serpent’s head, AE 1:462; = Jesus of the sayings, AE 1:500; son of Ptah, an astronomical builder; son of Atum, a great builder Kamite Solomon; Prince of Peace; divine healer, AE 1:502, AE 2:668, 751; son of Atum-Ra, portrayed as a calf, AE 1:505; represented by an ass, AE 1:506; the sayer or logos, AE 1:517, 890; a form of Tum, AE 2:890; = Egyptian Jesus, AE 2:902
Iu-em-hetep, BB 1:369, BB 2:103; the repa, = prince of peace, = Solomon, BB 2:106; prototype of Jewish Solomon, BB 2:108; wears long robe, BB 2:230; son of Atum, BB 2:272; son of Atum-Iusaas = Jesus of apocrypha, BB 2:287, 395; peace-bringer BB 2:298; = Egyptian Jesus, BB 2:300, ML 58, 137; form of Serapis, BB 2:303; son of Atum, or of Ptah, 'Ever-Coming One,' ML 10; son of Atum, designated 'Eternal Word,' ML 235; = Horus as Prince of Peace, AE 1:290, 424, 498, AE 2:674, 728, 751; builder of temple of heaven, AE 1:365, 502; coming to stop strife in Amenta, AE 1:417; bringer of peace and goodwill, AE 2:755; conqueror of dragon in Hydra, bruiser of serpent in Ophiucus, conqueror of Sut in Twins, AE 418; name of Atum, Kamite Jesus, AE 457, 500, 516, 680, 704, 728; name of Solomon, AE 1:516; Jesus in Revelation, Pistis Sophia, Apocrypha, and Books of Taht Aan, AE 2:717; the Saviour who brought food with inundation, AE 2:727; one of eight great gods of Egypt 20,000 years ago, child of Iusăas and Atum, AE 2:728; temple of, at Philae, inscription on, AE 2:752; teacher in temple, divine healer, temple built in honour of, AE 2:755; a title of Atum-Horus, AE 2:756; teacher of twelve years old, AE 2:776; the sayer, AE 2:890, 902; son of Ptah at Memphis, son of Atum at Annu, AE 2:891
Iu-su, or son who comes, BB 2:108; Iusu or Iusif the coming child, BB 2:299
Iuaa, and Tiuaa, BB 2:407
Ius or Jews, BB 2:309
Iusa (or Iusu), Jesus in Revelation, AE 2:717; son imaged by the calf or lamb, AE 2:722; son of Iusäas and Atum, AE 2:728, 749; prototype of Gospel Jesus, AE 2:749; ever-coming messianic son, AE 2:749, 751; represented by ass and ox; portrayed with ass’s ears, AE 2:753; temple built for his worship at Sakkara, link between him and Jesus, AE 2:756; compared with Jesus, AE 2:764, 771; Iusas and Nehhetep, the two mothers of, AE 2:786; the ass-eared god hauling solar disk from Amenta, AE 2:799
Iusäas, cow-headed goddess, AE 1:505, AE 2:677; mother of Iu, AE 1:506; Bride of, in Revelation, AE 2:717; consort of Atum, mother of Iusa, AE 2:763, 788
Iusăas and Nebhetep, Atum’s two wives, AE 1:456, AE 2:674
Ivan, Prince, finder of the way into Amenta, AE 1:357
lvi, = typhonian Kefa, BB 2:156; Polynesian Ive, NG 2:38; Tahitian Great Mother, ML 223
Izanagi and Izanami, Japanese two elemental spirits, AE 1:402; identical with Shu and Tefnut, AE 1:402, AE 2:583; divinely deputed to make island of Japan, AE 2:583
Izanami, sister of the Japanese Kami, AE 1:328
Izdubar, BB 2:400, 474, ML 136
Jabma Aimo, Lapp house of the dead in nether earth, AE 1:354
Jack and Jill, BB 1:335; lunar twins, NG 1:489, ML 172
Jack and the beanstalk, Horus, AE 1:299
Jack of Hilton, BB 1:259
Jack Horner, BB 1:331
Jack-in-the-box, BB 1:330-1, BB 2:291
Jack-o'-Lent, BB 1:264
Jack the Giant-killer. = Khunsu, ML 174
Jackal, seer in dark, BB 1:224; type of Sut-Anup, BB 2:652; typical thief, NG 1:56; type of dark one, ML 177; typhonian type of dark power, ML 182; bad men after death changed into, ML 243; zootype of Judge, Seer, Guide, of ways, AE 1:330, AE 2:612, 632; representative of Polaris, AE 1:330; guide of the dead, AE 1:354, 360; dog of Sut, AE 2:612; figure of Pole, AE 2:626
Jacob, = impersonation of sun-god, BB 2:184; his family, BB 2:348; sons of = ten in number, BB 2:350
Jacob and Esau, twin brothers, NG 1:450, ML 173
Jacob and the Ten Tribes, = Ra and his ten cycles, AE 2:649
Jacob-El, worshipped as a divinity in Northern Syria, AE 1:508, AE 2:654; name on one of the scarabs, AE 2:653-4; mummy of; burial-place of; well of, AE 2:654
Jah, BB 2:310; black god, BB 2:329
Jambu, or rose-apple tree, NG 1:394
James, brother of the lord, NG 2:466, ML 87; church in Jerusalem, head of, ML 85; follower of Joshua Ben-Pandira, ML 85; his 'Word of Truth' = Egyptian 'Ma-Kheru,' ML 87; died about 60 AD, ML 88
Jehoshua, = Jesus, NG 2:387
Jehoshua ben Pandira, BB 2:381, NG 2:489, ML 1; personal existence of Jesus as, can definitely be established, ML 2; born earlier even than 102 BC, ML 2; began teaching, a rabbi in 154 BC, ML 2; probably born about 120 BC, ML 2; crucified, hanged on a tree, ML 2; put to death in 71 BC, ML 3; the only Jesus known to Jews, ML 3; = Jesus of 'other gospel,' = the Nazarene, ML 4; probably a Healer, ML 21, 70; possibly an Essene, ML 76; James a follower of, ML 85; Jewish political and social reformer, ML 269
Jehovah, BB 2:292; = Hebrew Great Mother, BB 2:73, 380; of sevenfold nature, BB 2:148; form of Kefa or Khebt, BB 2:150; female divinity, BB 2:165, 292; born as first child in heaven, BB 2:340; goddess of the seven stars, BB 2:345, 437; first form feminine, BB 2:382; androgynous type, NG 1:513
Jehovah-Elohim, ML 116, 129; = Great Mother and companions, BB 2:159, 164; = genitrix and seven elementaries, NG 2:50
Jehovah-Nissi, BB 2:264
Jeremiah, = Remi the weeper, BB 2:336
Jericho, a form of the heptanomis, AE 2:686
Jerusalem, = yoni of earth, BB 2:170; its fall, NG 2:500; the two; city of truth, AE 1:539; seven footprints of Abraham at, AE 2:606; above, AE 2:687; New, AE 2:712; built on square; heaven of Atum, based on four quarters of solstices and equinoxes, AE 2:724
Jesse, = nachash, the serpent, BB 2:82
Jesu Ben-Pantherasee Jehoshua ben Pandira
Jesul, = Jesu,= the Lord, BB 2:202
Jesus, BB 2:103, 107, 381; = Hu, BB 1:444; of the apocrypha, BB 2:287; black, BB 2:300; = Good Scarabaeus, BB 2:317; bi-mater, NG 1:505; the well, NG 2:419; death assigned to, in Book of Acts as crucified, ML 2; Jesus of Nazareth (and of the canonical gospels) unknown to Justus, to Celsus, to Josephus; reference to him a undoubted forgery, ML 3; Celsus says he was not a pure word, not a true logos, but a man in sorcery of Egypt ML 3; genealogy  of, by Epiphanius, ML 3; not only born of mythical motherhood, ML 5; birth of, is astronomical, ML 6; proved by Cssini, ML 6; born at winter solstice, ML 7; made up from various gods, ML 9; composite, a divinity, ML 9; hermaphroditic deity, with paps, ML 10; as bringer of peace, ML 10; a potter, not a carpenter, ML 11; anointing at puberty = typical adult, the Christ = the Messiah, ML 14; popular lay-figure that never lived, a lay-figure of pagan origin, ML 23; of gnosis, birthplace in the mind of man, ML 33; of gnosis, could not be made flesh, ML 34; all things summed up in, ML 36; = Saint Sophia, ML 50; his biography suppressed, ML 53; mythical, = Egyptian skeleton, ML 62; speaks to the twelve in parables only, ML 63; his contest with Satan, temptation on the Mount, ML 64, 104; shows no remorse for poor, etc., ML 72; = Horus as lord of lunar light, ML 76; his resurrection not physical but spiritual, ML 95; his ascension into Heaven, ML 103; transforms into the Christ when Holy Spirit descends upon him, ML 235; figured as type of a soul of both sexes, AE 1:237, AE 2:717; the sayings of, AE 1:517; who came by water, blood, and spirit, AE 2:695; first-born from the dead, AE 2:702, 708; husbandman, compared with Horus, AE 2:710; in Revelation, the Egyptian Iusa or Coming Son, AE 2:717, 764, 771; manifestor for the Father, various types of, AE 2:722 (See also Christ)
Jesus legend in Egypt, AE 2:727; born from fish’s mouth, AE 2:734; his seven attendant spirits, names of; various forms of seven attendant on, AE 2:737; birthday of, date disputed, AE 2:745; Virgin motherhood, divine sonship, miracles, sayings, all ascribed in earlier ages to Iusu, AE 2:749; riding on two asses, AE 2:753; and in Rome, AE 2:756; his birth and history compared with Horus, AE 2:764-71; the Christ, AE 2:786; Mary the Virgin and Mary the wife of Cleopas, two mothers of, AE 2:787; with his mother till twelve years, at thirty baptized by John, becomes only begotten of the father, AE 2:787-9, 794; teaches in temple, AE 2:796, 825; turns water into wine, AE 2:798, 827; drives out buyers and sellers in temple; curses fig-tree, compared with Horus, AE 2:798; two Jesuses in catacombs, AE 2:801; bringer of peace and with sword, AE 2:803; sends evil spirits into swine, explanation of, AE 2:810; gives sight to blind, explanation of, AE 2:815; in the Mount, AE 2:819; his discourse on regeneration, compared with Hermes, AE 2:822; transformation of, AE 2:823; prays in the Mount, lodges in the Mount, AE 2:825; calms the tempest, AE 2:829; and Satan = representatives of Sut and Horus, AE 2:832; two women who anoint, AE 2:846, 871, 880; washes feet of disciples, AE 2:848, 870; Good Shepherd, AE 2:861; first four disciples chosen by, differently given by Matthew and John, AE 2:861; transformed into a spirit at baptism, AE 2:863; crowned 'King of the Jews,' compared with Horus; carrying his cross, compared with Ptah-Sekari and Osiris, AE 2:873; scourging and buffeting of, origin of, AE 2:874; his crown of thorns, possible origin of, AE 2:875; the resurrection of, compared with that of Horus, AE 2:878-9; anointed with precious ointment before his death, anointed after his death by Nicodemus, compared with anointing of Horus and embalming of the mummy, AE 2:880; his ascension from Mount of Olives compared with solar god rising from Mount of Olive-tree, AE 2:888-9; glorifying his father, paralleled with Horus’ address to Osiris, AE 2:898; as Bread of Life, Light of the World, Door of the Sheep, Good Shepherd, Resurrection and the Life, True Vine, compared with Horus in same characters, AE 2:898-900
Jesus (the Egyptian), expounder of mysteries, the sayer, the Word, AE 1:500; two, grandfather and grandson, AE 1:516; sayings of, AE 1:517, AE 2:771; born as fish of Iusas and bread of Nephthys, AE 2:734; portrayed with fish on his head, crocodile beneath his feet, AE 2:735; brought on by Pistis Sophia, AE 2:771; throned on Mount Olivet with twelve around him, figure of solar god with twelve who rowed Ra's bark, AE 2:840; traced back to time of Ptah, AE 2:891
Jesus (of the Apocrypha), adored by dragons; attended and adored by lions, AE 2:767; flight into Egypt, astronomical origin of, AE 2:768; at three years makes dead fish live; at five, models sparrows out of clay, makes them fly, AE 2:777, 809; sows one grain of corn, makes a hundred quarters of it, AE 2:802; puts many cloths into one dye, brings out each one a different colour, explanation of, AE 2:809
Jesus (the Gnostic), = Egyptian Horus, AE 2:752, 777-86; goes down into Amenta like Horus, AE 2:772-3; = Aber-Amentho, AE 2:773; Lord of Resurrection, AE 2:780; his mother’s description of him, AE 2:791
Jews, of Egyptian origin, BB 2:23; name of, BB 2:380; black ones of India, BB 2:432; Damascus as birthplace of, BB 2:435; in possession of astronomical allegory, sign of Jonas, ML 8
Jewish customs, NG 2:297, 299-300
Jewish New Year, preceded by ten days of penitence, AE 1:220
Jews, pre-historic; their dispersion over the world, a religious community, not a race, AE 1:505; great typical builders, their name, AE 1:508; Aaiu in Egypt, followers of Ihuh, AE 1:511; worshippers of the Father only, AE 1:520-4
Jew’s harp, symbolic figure, NG 1:289
Jingo, BB 1:337
Job, torment of, BB 2:332; = Remi the weeper. BB 2:333; imagery in his book, Egyptian; characters in, compared with Horus, Osiris, Sut, etc., AE 1:492-6; hunted by the Lord as a lion, AE 1:504; in Sheol, AE 1:541
John (the Baptist), BB 2:109; logos of, NG 2:369; and Virgin Mary the breather, NG 2:458; born of woman, does not enter Kingdom, helps to found it, AE 2:856
John (the Divine), his gospel links true gnosis with false history of  gospels, ML 69; the Book of Revelation, AE 2:690; Christianized form of Taht-Aan, AE 2:691-2, 699
Jonah, ML 180; carried by fish, AE 1:276, 468
Jonas, sign of = Oan, or Fish-man of Nineveh, ML 9
Joseph, = Iu-sif, coming son, BB 2:303; = the repa, BB 2:304; sold to Potiphar, BB 2:398; under many names, Adon, Tammuz, Duzi, Baal, Sutekh, Khunsu, Iu-em-hept, Greek Ie, Jasius, Jesus, BB 2:399; story of, and Potiphar is mythological, BB 2:400; of mythology, in Egypt when king Apophis ruled, BB 2:402; canal of, AE 1:503; lion in pit with, AE 1:504; bullock, a zootype of, AE 1:505; Joseph-El, worshipped as divinity in Northern Syria, AE 1:508, AE 2:654; leader of Israelites, a sacred scribe; Peteseph, Egyptian name of; a mythical divinity, AE 1:509; Iu the sif, AE 1:509-10; dreamer and interpreter of dreams, AE 1:510; thirty years old when going out as ruler over all Egypt; = Adon of the Pharaoh, AE 1:511, 515; = young solar god, AE 1:512; compared with Bata, AE 1:513-5; Potiphar’s wife, AE 1:513; the sheaves, AE 2:650
Joshua, BB 2:254, 277-8; Hebrew representative of Shu, AE 2:657-8, 683-4; commanded to cross the Jordan, AE 2:684; Children of Israel enter the Promised Land under, AE 2:686
Jowett, on New Beginning, NG 2:378
Jubu, wife of Brahma, NG 2:15
Judaeus and Hierosolymus, BB 2:428
Judah, BB 1:290; triple lion, AE 1:504
Judas, his death; Eg. Sut, NG 2:444; man in the moon, ML 187; identical with Sut; bad boy who struck Jesus and betrayed him to the Jews, AE 2:833; a brother of Jesus, AE 2:837
Judea, betrayal by, BB 2:96; derivation of name, AE 1:503
Judgment, the, in Amenta, AE 1:240; twofold, AE 1:247; Great, at end of world; Jewish ceremonies, AE 1:475, AE 2:694; Valley of, AE 1:475; Great, described by Enoch, AE 2:694; Great, periodic, astronomical, AE 2:694, 712; last, harvest identical with, AE 2:864; last, prophecy concerning, in Gospels, AE 2:866; periodic in Amenta, AE 2:867
Judgment Hall, examination of manes in, AE 1:205; forty-two types of terror in, AE 1:318; judged become clothed, AE 1:466; Revelation, AE 2:703; the Osiris pleading in, AE 2:867
Julian’s warfare with the cross, NG 1:433
Jumala, god of the Iuma, BB 2:491
Juno, BB 2:147, 190
Jupiter, planetary soul of Seb, NG 2:58
Justin, ascension of Christ, on Simon, ML 96
Ka, ancient god = Kak, BB 1:330
Ka, double of the dead, NG 2:30, AE 1:177, AE 2:885; Mexican custom; offerings to; Horus the manifestor of, AE 1:178; type of eternal duration, AE 1:202; depicted in temple of Luxor; food offered to, at mortuary meal, AE 1:203; priests of the; highest of the seven souls, AE 1:204, AE 2:790; Ritual read to, whilst preparing mummy for burial, AE 1:213; = I or Ego, one of the seven souls, AE 1:479; final form of soul, AE 1:488
Kaaba at Mecca, NG 2:262
Kabari, seven companions, NG 2:22
Kabbalah, BB 2:226; based on mythological astronomy, BB 2:127; first taught by God, BB 2:128; world of emanations, BB 2:150
Kabhsenuf, the hawk, AE 1:86, 436; one of four brothers, children, of Horus, gods of four quarters, AE 2:782, 824, 826, 857-8, 859
Kabirim, the seven, AE 1:497, AE 2:594
Kamephe, god of breath, BB 2:286
Katt, Christopher, BB 1:158
Kadmus, BB 1:84, 145
Kaf-ape, = cynocephalus, BB 1:28; menstruating monkey, BB 2:56; pre-human clicker; typical hand, NG 1:45; elementary type of hurricane, NG 1:325
Kaffir, derived from black, NG 1:284
Kafruti, BB 1:446
Kagu, Japanese double Mount, AE 1:349
Kahi, the child, pseudonym for Child-Horus; book of his second divine birth, AE 2:739
Kak, ancient star-god, BB 2:270, 287; black god, BB 2:300; completer of circle, BB 2:479; god of darkness, BB 2:635; darkness and god of darkness, NG 1:266-7
Kŕk or Kaga, Hindu ascetic, BB 2:202
Kakad-Dâitik, Mount, centre of earth, AE 1:350
Kalevala, Finnish divine hero, BB 2:294
Kalikalange, inner African child-hero, AE 1:252
Kam, = Black Land, BB 1:4; typical name for Egypt, BB 1:454
Kami, Japanese divine ancestors, NG 1:329; Japanese eight gods; and their sister Izanami, AE 1:328; three Japanese creators, one with Sut, Horus, and Shu, AE 1:402
Kamit, cultivated land given to Horus, AE 1:4, 9
Kamite abyss, NG 2:25
Kamutf, bull of the mother, BB 2:643
Kane, Hawaiian hero, BB 2:205; Polynesian god, BB 2:567
Kansa, Hindu Herod, NG 2:403
Kaph, BB 2:121
Kaphreth, mercy-seat, BB 2:312
Kapi, a name of Shu, BB 2:264
Karast, BB 1:295, 418, BB 2:77, 557; embalmed corpse, BB 2:477; risen Christ, BB 2:479; or Christ, NG 2:131, 358; mummy Christ, NG 2:436; ML 21, 99; = Egyptian original of Greek Christ, ML 248; god or person embalmed, anointed, AE 1:258; type of Christ, the anointed, AE 2:765, 881
Karnak, temple at, BB 1:22
Kartaphileg, called Joseph, in a trance every century, who rises again at thirty, AE 1:509
Karun, evil demon, BB 2:243
Kâs, 'the god who is in the Tuat,' AE 1:218
Kâsu, Osirian place of burial, AE 1:418, 420, 479, AE 2:643
Kârtikęya, six-beaded, NG 2:287
Kat-en-Atha, or Womb of the Marshes, BB 2:356
Kat-Mut, Egyptian goddess, BB 2:322
Katesh, naked goddess, BB 1:235, BB 2:166
Kava or ava, an intoxicating drink, BB 2:566
Kavi, power of drink, NG 1:390
Kaylasa and Kanagiri, invisible mountains, AE 1:380
Keb, 4, of the four quarters, NG 1:408
Kebek, ancient star-god, = Kak, BB 2:270, 290-1; oldest form of Seb, BB 2:424
Kęd, BB 1:125, 128, 315, 325, 351, 362, 457-8, 503, BB 2:680; British Great Mother, BB 1:46; Kęd or Keridwen, BB 1:96; goddess of corn, BB 1:100; womb of,  BB 1:126, 399; = Lladd, BB 1:316-7; Ark of, BB 1:317, 413; vase of, BB 1:318, 389; goddess of fire & ferment, BB 1:319; sat on seven hills, BB 1:320; = Khebt, the good Typhon, BB 1:322; = Khept, BB 1:363; = Kheft or Ta-urt, BB 1:369, 487; tongue of, BB 1:373; her throne, BB 1:383; circle of, BB 1:405; priests of, were dogs, BB 1:431; pair or cauldron of, BB 1:450-1; priests of = Hodigion, BB 1:459; and Arthur, = Sut-Typhon, BB 1:460; = tree, BB 1:479; type of goddess = sow, BB 2:161; personified Tree of Knowledge, BB 2:425
Kef, goddess of hinder-part, BB 1:321; = Tef, BB 1:492; = hippopotamus, BB 2:254
Kefa, mother of flesh, BB 1:245; Goddess of Hind Quarter, BB 1:250; female water-horse, BB 1:425; 'Living Word' at Ombos, ML 123; name signifies mystery, ML 126
Kęn, snake goddess, BB 2:271, 424
Kenset, or Chavah, BB 2:271; goddess of Great Bear, BB 2:73, 137, 145, 148; original of Queen Saba, BB 2:171; Egyptian name of Phoenicia, BB 2:199; cult of, in Israel, BB 2:343; Egyptian name for Nubia, AE 1:304
Kent's Cave, BB 1:376
Kep, name of old goddess of seven stars, BB 2:541; name denotes puissance, force, power; personified primordial Power, BB 2:544; mystery of, AE 2:698;
Kepha, old genetrix, ML 126
Kepheus, queen of Ethiopia, BB 2:240; station of the pole, AE 2:580; pole in constellation of, legend of men turned into monkeys, AE 2:653
Kepheus, King, BB 2:503
Keres and Bacchus, NG 2:365
Keridwen, BB 1:126; cauldron of, BB 1:344, 349, 369394, 486, AE 1:382; the hwch. BB 1:224; = Great Mother, BB 1:322; chair of, BB 1:421; her broth, BB 2:675
Keridwen and Ogyrwen, twin sisters, NG 1:469
Ket's Coity Houses, BB 1:405, 415
Ketos or Khetos, monster fish, AE 1:279-80, 282, 404-5
Kettai the builders, BB 1:218
Ketti, stone of, BB 1:458
Keys, of Death and Hell, AE 2:717
Kha, vagina type, BB 2:73
Khab, circle of the Great Bear, BB 2:73
Khaba, or third soul, ML 226
Khabit, the shade, one of seven souls, AE 1:479
Khabsu, tree; gods, form of seven Great Spirits, AE 2:604, 699; stars, lamps, AE 2:699
Khaft, a name for godless, evil ones, BB 2:375
Khamuas, tales of, AE 2:769, 776, 852
Khatesh, BB 1:333
Kheb, mythological Lower Egypt, BB 1:453, AE 2:655; name of Nile, BB 1:199; water-horse, BB 1:318
Khebek, = Sevekh, BB 2:134
Khebekh, son of Kheb the genetrix, BB 2:292
Khebma, BB 1:456; Mother of the Waters, BB 1:37; ancient genetrix of north, BB 1:446; in mythology, most ancient genetrix of Egypt, BB 1:386, BB 2:518; Great Mother, BB 2:381
Khebt, BB 1:447-8, 476, BB 2:143; goddess of Great Bear, AE 1:308; bearer of 'Bull-roarer,' AE 1:309; water-cow of, AE 1:310; = birthplace, BB 1:5, 36; Khebt, Khept or Kheft means lower, hinder-part, BB 1:5, 30; hippopotamus of waters, BB 1:316; = Kęd, BB 1:321, 333-4; = good Typhon, BB 1:322-4; carries the knot, BB 2:25; celestial region belonging to sabean religion, BB 2:190; = lower Egypt, BB 2:193; personified birthplace in the north, BB 2:348; goddess of north, BB 2:634
Khebta-Khentu, double land, NG 2:23
Khebti, genetrix, BB 2:157
Khef, old bringer-forth, BB 1:197, 383
Kheft, BB 1:315, 362, 450, BB 2:162; ancient mother, BB 1:227; lioness, BB 1:277; goddess of the west, BB 1:367; lady of the country, BB 1:440; later signified the devil, BB 1:451; the evil one, BB 1:479; = goddess of the hinder-part, BB 1:15, 321; or Khep = Kęd, BB 1:100; typhonian genetrix, BB 1:420; as first ruler of time, BB 2:40, 139
Khem, virile male, type-name, NG 1:209; androgynous type, NG 1:510, 527
Khem, sower of seed, BB 1:119; the erector, BB 1:234; type of sun of resurrection, BB 2:335
Khem-Horus, BB 1:208, BB 2:78, 673; = resurrection, BB 2:71; male manifestor, virile adult, BB 2:304; emblem of erection, BB 2:484
Khemenu, town of, AE 1:304
Khemi, = Egypt, personified as a female, BB 1:4
Khemt or Khem-Horus, typical adult of 30 years, ML 13
Khenkhat, funeral bed in Amenta, AE 2:817
Khent or Khentu, Egyptian south, BB 1:16, BB 2:24
Khep, Goddess of Hind Quarter, BB 1:250; goddess of mystery, BB 1:333
Kheph, thigh-shaped instrument for 'opening the mouth,' AE 2:710
Kheper, the transformer; a type of Har-Makhu, AE 1:332; title of Ptah, AE 1:405; male creator, AE 1:408; beetle-headed, AE 1:437
Kheper-Neb-er-ter, his creation, AE 1:402
Kheper-Ptah, circle established by, BB 2:312; = Egyptian Vulcan, BB 2:337; form of the crosser, BB 2:552; frog-headed, BB 2:555; potter, ML 116, 168; sign of Beetle, Crab, AE 1:302; Creator of all things, AE 1:408; Creator by his Word, AE 1:409
Kepheus, constellation in the north, BB 1:212
Khepra, BB 1:402, BB 2:35, 38, 155, 231, 290, 311, 458; beetle, symbol of, BB 1:110; as transformer, BB 1:223; drawing Horus, BB 1:225; beetle-headed, BB 1:308; summer solstice, his transformation in, BB 1:411; earliest form of, Ptah, BB 2:318;  symbolizes becoming, BB 2:333; circle-clasper, BB 2:464; frog-headed as water, beetle-headed as earth, BB 2:539; shaped first figure in rolling up his ball, BB 2:634; re-erector of the dead, BB 2:662; the figurer, NG 1:192, ML 116, 138
Khepra-Ptah, BB 1:420
Khepra-Ra, = solar disk, BB 1:110, 208; seizer of seed, BB 2:468
Khepsh, = Great Bear, BB 1:34, 277; seven stars in the Great Bear, BB 2:81, 143, 465; of Typhon, ML 126
Khept, BB 1:133, BB 2:143; = British Kęd, BB 1:197; goddess of Seven Stars, BB 1:403; =  Hebrew Khevah, goddess of north pole and the Bear, BB 2:158; celestial locality, AE 1:305; as Apt, water-cow, with woman’s breasts, AE 1:306
Khept-Mut, genetrix of the north, BB 2:322
Kheptu-khentu, = north and south, BB 2:27
Kheru, Child-Horus, the Word, the victim, AE 2:792
Kherufu, Twin Lions, throne of solar deity; succeeded by Crab and Scarab, AE 1:455; Cherubim, AE 2:671; lion forms, AE 2:731; stationed at doors of ancient churches, AE 2:754
Khesbet-Maat, stone of goddess of the Two Truths, BB 2:113
Khet-Mut, = Kęd, BB 1:333
Khetu, god of things, BB 1:362, BB 2:25
Khevekh or Sefekh, goddess of Great Bear, BB 2:143
Khnef or Khneph, BB 2:286; = Green God, BB 1:366; 'breath of those who are in the firmament,' BB 2:494; 'king of frogs,' ML 168
Khneminu, seven moulders or metallurgists who assisted Ptah, AE 1:345, 386, 405, 414, 428, 455, 593; as pygmies, AE 1:372
Khnum, lord of inundation, BB 1:365; king of frogs, AE 1:30; divine potter, portrayed at Philae, forming image of man, AE 1:437
Khu, glorified soul, AE 1:202-3; one of seven souls, AE 1:479
Khu-en-Aten [Akhenaten], BB 1:356; disk-worshipper, BB 2:378, 408, 414, 419
Khufu or Kufu, BB 1:9, 127, BB 2:56, 135, 399; representative of Sut, the son, Mar-Sut, BB 2:368; founder of Great Pyramid, BB 2:371
Khum, father of Ethiopians, BB 1:5, 239
Khun, slayer of giants, BB 1:355
Khunsu, BB 1:354, BB 2:106; = Hercules, BB 1:340; child of both sun and moon, BB 2:103; luni-solar, BB 2:104; giant-killer, BB 2:146; youthful hero, BB 2:313; expeller of spirits, NG 2:414; and pig, NG 2:415, ML 137, 172, 185, 190
Khunsu-Nefer-Hept, Prince of Peace, BB 2:101; the Good Rest, ML 10
Khut. earlier form of Sut = Dog-star, BB 1:362, 459; modified form of Khept, BB 2:370
Khuti, BB 1:331; Mount, name of the pole; race name, AE 2:627
Knemmu, assistants, ML 116
Kneph, his breath gives life, ML 5, 134
Knufi, = gnostic Knuphis, BB 1:365
Kiakiack and Dagun, NG 2:331
Kimarim, priests of ancient religion, BB 2:31
Kimmerians, Kimmeroi, of Homer, AE 2:627
Kina-Balu, Mount, landing-place of ancestral souls in native Borneo, AE 1:390
King Aahmes, BB 2:373
King Aiu, BB 2:405
King Antuf, BB 2:107
King Apophis, BB 2:398
King Assa-Tat-Ka-Ra, BB 2:107
King Housap-ti, BB 1:9
King John, BB 1:342
King Pepi, BB 2:369, 684
King Ra-Apepi, BB 2:404
King Sapti, BB 2:368
King Seti-Nekht, BB 2:417
King Sut-Apehpeh, BB 2:398
King of Glory, glorification of; sun-god in astronomical mythology, AE 1:486
King Pepi, BB 1:10
Kingdom, Founders of the; Horus, in his second advent, found it for his father, AE 2:853; founded by Horus in Amenta as a spirit world, AE 2:859
Kings, seven begetters, AE 2:600; two, of fire and water, custom of the Chréais, Cambodia, AE 2:609; seven sons of Great Mother, AE 2:698; seven rulers of Heptanomis, AE 2:702; King of Kings, AE 2:710
Kings of Cologne, NG 1:3, 530
Kingship, NG 1:12
Kintu, first man in Central African legends, AE 1:253
Kiran, BB 1:462
Kiss, self-naming, NG 1:272
Kit's Bank, BB 1:321
Kivan or Kűn, BB 2:424; great harlot, BB 2:165-6; = Kefa, Queen of Heaven, BB 2:190; and Moloch, = Sut-Typhon, BB 2:343
Kneeling, bowing, custom of, BB 1:19
Knowledge, lamp of light, AE 1:196
Knowledge and food identical, NG 1:383; seven streams of, NG 2:64
Koin, Australian demon, BB 2:566
Koloe, BB 1:32
Kolpia, Phoenician god of beginnings, BB 2:494
Koob-borr, goddess of Great Bear, NG 2:5
Korah, sons of; rebels; the Psalms of, AE 1:471
Koro, Polynesian war-god = solar Horus, BB 2:576
Koro Island, and the bird lamenting its loss, AE 2:61
Kotou, customs of, breathing the ground, NG 1:79; baring the body, NG 1:96-8; going on all fours, NG 1:98; going and bowing backwards, NG 1:99
Krater, sign, urn of inundation, AE 1:300, AE 2:698, 729; cup of Horus, AE 2:744
Kreirddylad, goddess Cordelma, NG 1:469
Krishna, smites the rock, =  Hindu Christ, BB 2:202; at tree-cross, NG 1:437, ML 181; and Buddha, sayings identical with Christ, ML 57, 191
Krishna and Balarama, twin brothers, NG 1:490, NG 2:457
Kronidae, seven, as the watchers, ML 123
Kronian, prophecy, NG 2:337; Christ, NG 2:381; resurrection, NG 2:481
Kronus, BB 1:44, BB 2:26, 132, 496; found out by the Sun, NG 2:310; auxiliaries of, ML 125
Ku, Hawaiian commemoration, BB 2:204
Kubele, BB 1:369, 470, BB 2:229
Kubur, 4, of four quarters, NG 1:408
Kufu, ML 258
Kuni-no-mi-Haghjra, Japanese divine pillar of earth, AE 1:351
Kurahashi, Japanese mythical mountain, AE 1:393
Kus, Akkadian god of eclipse, darkness, ML 134
Kwenluns, two Chinese mountains, AE 1:349
Kynvelyn, worship of, BB 1:426
Laa Maomao, 'great step of the god,' Samoan rainbow, AE 1:393
Laban, Assyrian god, BB 2:318
Ladder, of Sut and Horus to upper Paradise, AE 1:207; staircase of Shu, AE 1:322; to Odainsakr, AE 1:359; to save sinking souls of Sut, AE 1:361; of Horus, AE 1:362; means of ascent to heaven, AE 1:389; conjuror’s spiral coil of shavings, a form of, AE 1:392; of knives, of Taoist jugglers in China; dark ladder, Japanese mythical Mount Kurahashi, Steps Hill, a ladder mountain, AE 1:393; raised in Amenta to see the gods, AE 1:445; erected by Sut in Amenta, by Horus for Pepi to reach heaven, AE 1:472; Dyaks of Borneo, to attain heaven, AE 1:501; type of ascent, AE 2:603
Lady Godiva, BB 1:333
Laegaire, Irish land of heart’s delight, AE 1:369
Lake, of spirits, AE 1:132; of flame, in Amenta, AE 1:240, AE 2:551; of 'Thigh,' AE 1:260, 310, AE 2:548; of 'Equipoise' at North Pole, AE 1:260; Tanganyika, AE 1:260, 303, 400, AE 2:592; of Kharu; of Puanta, AE 1:278; of Great Fish; of Meoris, AE 1:282; of Natron; salt; darkness, AE 1:365, 394; of emerald, AE 1:374; of sa in polar paradise, AE 1:378, 385; of Putrata, AE 1:395, 418; of fire and brimstone, AE 2:696, 714
Lakhmu and Lakhamu, BB 2:143
Lamb, and Bride, in Revelation, AE 2:690; Son of God imaged as, alone has power to open Book of Seven Seals, AE 2:690; on Mount Zion, AE 2:702; type of Horus, AE 2:725, 733; persistence of, in gnostic Christianity, indicative of vernal equinox in sign of Aries; Jesus the Lamb, AE 2:723
Lamech, his lament, NG 2:119
Lammas Day, BB 1:297
Language, Indo-European origin of, false BB 1:137; primary elements of, NG 1:280
Lapidoth, consort of Deborah, BB 2:145
Lashairim, rendered devils, a kind of hairy goat, BB 2:377
Last Judgment, = Great Hall of Justice in Ritual, ML 59
Last Supper, Kamite Roman Catholic, AE 2:747; in Gospels, AE 2:748; Osiris betrayed by Sut at, AE 2:868, 870; night of, 'the night of provisioning the altar,' AE 2:868; Jesus betrayed by Judas at, AE 2:869
Latona, temple of, BB 1:413
Law and rule, origin of, NG 2:271
Law of evolution, BB 1:8
Laws of Akkad, NG 1:460
Lazarus, raising of, = rising of Orion, ML 75; his name Egyptian, ML 249; raising of, by Jesus, compared with raising of Osiris, AE 2:845, 853; representation in catacombs, AE 2:851-2; bier of; constellated in Great Bear, AE 2:852; the risen, representative of the Osiris; the beggar, AE 2:852-3; beggar and rich man, story of, told in second tale of Khamuas, AE 2:852
Left, hand and side, primary, NG 1:112
Leg, and Seven Stars, = Great Bear, BB 1:129; of Nut, of Ptah, figure of pole, AE 1:310-11, AE 2:551, 554, 586; of the Lake, co-type with the tree, AE 2:614
Legba, African fetish god, BB 2:673
Legend of Destruction of Mankind, = bible myth parallels, BB 2:111-6
Legends, of precession, NG 2:341; drug of immortality, AE 1:12; Hottentot, jackal and sun, AE 1:15; lion transformed into a man, AE 1:16; giant with no heart, AE 1:17-8; Petit Yorge; Marlbrook, AE 1:18; piercing the dragon, AE 1:19; giant’s heart, AE 1:20; Sleeping Beauty, AE 1:24; child born to be king, AE 1:26; two brothers, AE 1:27; Daphne, AE 1:28; Ivan and Helen, AE 1:32; Guatemalan, gift of fire, AE 1:91; Kaffir, of Simbu-kombakioana, AE 1:253; American, two brothers and their canes, Grimm's two gold children, AE 1:267; Egyptian, recorded by Plutarch, concerning Rhea and Saturn, AE 1:306; Maori, of Maui, AE 1:355-6; of Chang finding entrance to underworld; Prince Ivan finding way into Amenta, AE 1:357; Diarmait, voyage of, AE 1:368; Maelduin, voyage of, AE 1:368-74; Merlin, imagery, AE 1:380; Sir Owain, AE 1:394; temptation in the garden, Assyrian cylinder; the Fall, Babylonian, AE 1:453; Jonah, AE 1:496; Chapewee planting the pole, Dog-rib Indian; Arthurian, of Welsh Owen, AE 2:594; of Jayas, of astronomical rulers being condemned to be re-incarnated seven times, AE 2:595; Hottentot, the Nama woman and her brothers, for whom stone divided, AE 2:634; of the mountains crushing Moabites, AE 2:640; of Moses, Sargon, Horus, born from the water, AE 2:664; Jesus legend, AE 2:727
Lely, Sir Peter, NG 1:504
Lent, BB 1:271-2; Egyptian, AE 2:638, 836; Egyptian and Christian, AE 2:746
Leo, Atum, AE 1:302; in relation to inundation, AE 1:307; two lions in, sign of Horus in his double glory, AE 1:335
Leopard, royal totem, AE 1:66
Lepers, BB 2:23
Leprosy, indigenous to Egypt, BB 1:9
Lesser Bear, seven heads of Dragon, NG 1:349; its seven never-setting stars, AE 1:310, 329-30, 395, 423, AE 2:551; bark voyaging round the pole, AE 1:395; seven pulling the rope; arms of the Balance, bonds of universe; towers; rowers, AE 2:551; station of pole, AE 2:580; seven typical Eternals; assistants of Taht; Wise Masters; seven hawks, offspring of heaven; seven pygmies, little sailors with Ptah; the Watchers, AE 2:599; leg of seven non-setting stars, AE 2:606
Leviathan, BB 2:55-6, 105, 190, 192, ML 126; dragon of the deep, AE 1:279; crocodile of Sebek-Horus, AE 1:496
Leviathan and Enoch, NG 2:178
Levita, Elias, BB 2:119
Libra or Scales, point of equipoise for inundation, AE 1:297
Libyan Campaign, AE 2:687-9
Lien-Shan, Kwei-Tsang, Kwei-Chang, Chinese divining books, Lilith and Chavvah, Adam’s two wives, AE 1:78, 456
'Light of the world,' = immortal principle in man, ML 52
Lightning, serpent of, NG 1:298
Lilith, succubus and demon of nocturnal pollutions, Adam's first wife, BB 2:383, NG 2:109, 122; child-destroyer, NG 2:122; = Rerit, ML 126
Lillie, found Jesus, as an Essene or Buddhist, ML 75
Lily, symbol of Tum and Athor, BB 2:290
Lineages, 4, of four quarters, NG 1:407
Linga-stone, BB 2:675
Linnaeus, Carl, NG 2:84
Linus, BB 2:270
Lion, type of the terrible, NG 1:323; sign of inundation, NG 1:40, NG 2:194; gods, Christian, NG 2:454; zootype of force, AE 1:2; image of superhuman power, AE 1:251; sign of inundation, AE 1:295; sign given to Horus, AE 1:328; zootype of Atum-Iu, AE 1:503; type of terrible; hinder-part, forepart of, AE 2:671; of Tribe of Judah, power to open Book of Seven Seals, AE 2:704; Atum, god with face of, AE 2:731
Lion and Unicorn, = Shu and Typhon, BB 2:105, 239
Lion-gods, = Shu and Anhar, BB 2:228, 244; = Moses and Joshua, BB 2:259
Lions, two, figures of; on glass plaques from Mycenae, AE 1:342; twin, throne of solar deity, AE 1:455; triple, AE 1:504; Sheniu, AE 2:671; two, double force, AE 2:731; two, at doors of ancient churches, AE 2:753; two, attendant on Horus, the Osiris, gnostic Jesus, AE 2:767
Lion-tail, sign of power, NG 1:57; female, NG 1:139; androgynous type, NG 1:508
Living Word at Ombos, BB 2:85
Lizard, author of marriage, AE 1:7; soul, AE 1:13; type of transformation, AE 1:64, 67
Lizard serpent, NG 1:301
Lloyd, Capt., BB 2:558
Loaves (or cakes), fairy loaves, AE 1:254; loaves eight, in catacombs and in Ritual; eight, Persen, Shenen, Kheufer, Iheheunu, to be offered at each of seven mansions of celestial heptanomis; eight baskets of, seven baskets of, AE 2:738; loaves and fishes, miracle of; seven, equivalent to seven souls of Ra, AE 1:515; typical seven called Bread of Set, on earth, Bread of Osiris, in Amenta, Bread of Ra, in heaven, AE 2:853
Loch Nan Spoiradan, lake of spirits, AE 1:132
Logia or sayings, = mythoi in Greek, ML 58; first form, of the sayer or logos, was female, ML 58
Logia Kuriaka, sayings of the Lord, ML 53; not original, ML 54; sayings were oral teachings in all mysteries, ML 56; of gnostic Christm ML 69; 'Sayings of the Lord' first and not personal, ML 90; the sayer of, identifiable in three different Egyptian religions, AE 2:890; Horus, Lord of the, AE 2:891, 903
Logia of Matthias, gospel of the Carpocratean Gnostics, AE 2:904
Logos, BB 1:359, BB 2:56; solar, or Word, African, NG 2:353; Mercury, NG 2:354; of John, NG 2:354, 369; feminine at first; of Charis, Bath-Kol, NG 2:355; Philo’s, male and female, NG 2:356; how it first took flesh; tooth, type of, NG 2:360; male-female, NG 2:367; of Paul, NG 2:368; Paul and Philo, NG 2:369; Aeonian, NG 2:373; True = mystical Christ of the Mysteries, ML 236
Loguo, Carib first man, NG 1:287
Loki, ML 171
Lomo, Kaffir sign of opening, NG 1:91
Long garment, BB 2:300, 437
Lord, the, as a lion, AE 1:504; representative of solar force, AE 1:505; Lord and his anointed, AE 1:521, 524; House of the, Mountain of the, Word of the, AE 1:542; 'men began to call upon the name of the,' AE 2:590
Lord's prayer, ML 68
Lord of Misrule, BB 1:215
Lotus, emblem of Virgin Mother, BB 2:43; co-type with tree, NG 1:410; type of the mother, NG 1:462, 514; a messenger, NG 2:339
Love, denoted by knot, NG 1:109-10
Lu, Samoan Nut, maker of the water, AE 1:313
Luan, moon-goddess, BB 1:314
Lucifer, seat of, BB 2:171; devil of theology, = Satan of mythology, BB 2:384
Lud or Lydda, Jehoshua Ben-Pandira stoned to death at, ML 2
Lumazi, seven, ML 124-5
Lunar stone, BB 1:121
Luther, doubled the devil, ML 149
Luxor, temple of Ra, annunciation scene, BB 2:406, AE 2:757 (See also Annunciation)
Lyra, a station of pole, AE 2:586; tortoise, Arabic name of; AE 2:617
Ma, goddess of Two Truths, BB 1:131, 366; the fulfiller, BB 1:397, 416; luni-solar measurer, BB 2:47; true, truth, BB 2:68, 204, 229, 368, 511, 635; goddess, co-worker with Ptah, AE 1:407-8; goddess of truth and justice, AE 2:650; one of Shu's names, AE 2:661
Ma-Shu, BB 2:192; = Moses, BB 2:236
Maat, BB 1:416, BB 2:63; divinity of law, right rule, and true measure, BB 2:47; feather is special symbol of, BB 2:53; goddess of Two Truths, BB 2:64; denotes Two Truths, BB 2:70; seat of judgment, AE 1:347, 365, 386, 473, 535, AE 2:602, 901; of Amenta; above; the double, AE 1:348; land of truth, AE 1:374; Lords of, AE 1:421; Great Hall of Judgment, House of the Lord, AE 1:542; on Mount Shenin, AE 2:678; equilibrium of the universe, AE 2:679; Judges in the, twelve on twelve thrones, AE 2:704
Maati, scales of, AE 1:242, 537; truth, righteousness, justice, AE 1:537, AE 2:704; doctrine of; AE 2:804; Tablets of, AE 2:903
Maatit, bark, AE 1:361
Mabul, deluge, NG 2:188
Maia, eldest of seven Pleiades, BB 2:47
Makai, crocodile son of Typhon, BB 2:642
Marcelina, AE 1:737
Macha, Great Mother, BB 1:379
Macrocosm and Microcosm, AE 2:718
Mae-Shuwy, Chinese ceremony, NG 1:167
Maelduin and Bran, voyage of (Irish), AE 1:368-74
Maes How, BB 1:92
Mafek or Mafkhet, title of Hathor, AE 1:264
Mafeking, name of, AE 1:264
Magi of Persia, BB 1:326
Magic, Chaldean, NG 2:301
Magical texts, NG 2:475
Magonia, BB 1:280-1
Magpie, bird of omen or divination, BB 1:106
Mah, the venerable, NG 2:82
Maha-Bali, capital of, name signifying seven pagodas, AE 2:605
Mahatmas, Sinnett's claim as being their mouthpiece, ML 219
Maiden Feast, BB 1:101
Makedo, wolf-type of Sut, BB 2:340
Makha, = the equinox, BB 1:39; the balance, BB 2:58
Makhen, ark of the dead, NG 2:183
Makheru, = True Voice, BB 1:146, 219, 353; a title of Horus, BB 1:359; true sun, BB 2:334; = Damara god Omakuru, BB 2:646
Makht, BB 1:366
Makhu, balance or scales, AE 1:334
Makurti, Mount of the Todas, AE 1:349
Male, mother, a title of God, NG 1:4; as breather, Indian representation, NG 1:175
Male-ess, androgynous type, NG 1:511
Mam-Ra, Sun crossing lower region, BB 2:320
Mamit, BB 2:477
Mamzer, NG 1:543
Man, synonymous with no. 20, NG 1:186; with no. 3, NG 1:209, 211; bull, third in triad; synonymous with hair, NG 1:209, with no. 10, NG 1:210; created from stone, NG 2:35; created from bone, NG 2:39; created on 6th day, NG 2:56; with 365 nerves, NG 2:82; with offering, NG 2:201, 213; named as virile male, NG 2:271; (Isle of) its arms, NG 2:348; in the Moon, ML 187
Mana, magical power, AE 1:171
Manannan, a form of Mercury, guide of ways, AE 1:369; fortress of, AE 1:375
Mandan, legend of creation, BB 2:207
Mane, Samoan Paradise, AE 1:354
Maneros, BB 1:270, 296; mummied Christ, NG 2:438
Manes, put together in Amenta, AE 1:98-9; transformations of, AE 1:198, 488; examination of all his organs in Judgment Hall; his pleas of justification, AE 1:205; his journey through Amenta, AE 1:360, 460-1; becomes a spirit by eating of fruit of Tree of Hathor, AE 464-5; his pleadings, AE 2:551-2, 655; his transformation into a swallow, AE 2:563; his desire to obtain command over the waters, AE 2:640; Horus utters words of his father ka to, AE 2:827; young man in Garden of Gethsemane, form of manes risen with his bandages about him, AE 2:887
Mangaia, meaning of the name, AE 2:609
Mangaian, heavenly family, NG 1:71
Manger, as birthplace, NG 2:397
Mangochi, great hill which Yao people left, AE 1:377
Manitu, medicine-man, serpent charmer, NG 1:303
Manitus, 4, of four quarters, NG 1:407
Manka, type-name for woman, NG 1:57
Mankind, races of, origins, AE 2:629
Manna, BB 2:209; Hebrew, = Egyptian tahen, AE 2:646; 'given to him that overcometh,' AE 2:696
Manu, lawgiver in India, BB 1:39; deluge of, NG 2:236; ship of, the earth, AE 2:575
Marathos, the seven, AE 1:324
Marazion, BB 1:462
Marcion, does not connect his Christ with Nazarene, ML 33; great Gnostic, separates from the Church, ML 84-5; claims his gospel is true one, ML 90; his gospel the foundation of Luke's, ML 90-2; phantasma used in his gospel, ML 101
Marcus, mysteries of, NG 2:355; eliminates genealogies from gospel of Luke, ML 32
Marcus Aurelius, ML 54
Marduk, BB 2:466, 488, 506
Mariette, denial of Eg. One God, NG 1:2
Market-Jew, BB 1:462
Marriage, customs of, NG 1:68, NG 2:291; and capture, NG 1:107; knot, enacted, NG 1:108-9; of brother and sister, NG 1:61; of mother and son, AE 1:59; brother and sister, AE 1:70-1; four brothers with four sisters; ten brothers with ten sisters; two sisters, two wives, AE 1:78; group, AE 1:79; Malayan custom, AE 1:84; for one month; leap year custom, AE 1:85
Marrow, father of blood, NG 1:175
Mars or Ares, planetary type of Shu, BB 2:245, ML 171
Martinmas Day, BB 1:297
Maruts and Asuras, NG 2:114
Mary, the Virgin, mother of Jesus; wife of Cleopas, mother of Jesus, AE 2:788; mother of gnostic Jesus, her description of him, AE 1:795; woman who anointed feet of Jesus, wiped them with her hair, AE 2:846, 871, 880; who 'sat at Jesus’ feet' compared with Isis at feet of Osiris, AE 2:850; two Marys who proclaim resurrection of Jesus, AE 2:882; Magdalene, compared to Great Mother Apt, AE 2:883-4
Mary and Martha, NG 2:460; Magdalene, NG 2:462; and the seven, NG 2:463; = two Mertae, divine sisters, AE 2:845; compared with Isis and Nephthys, AE 2:850, 885
Mary Magdalene, a witness to Christ's resurrection, ML 21
Mary of Egypt, St., NG 1:429
Marys, two sisters, NG 2:462
Mashonaland, symbolism in ruined cities of, AE 1:263
Masks, used in transformation, ML 211
Masonic mysteries, lost book, NG 2:179
Masonry, mysteries of, NG 1:10, 150, 182, NG 2:52, 54; signs in Australia and Uxmal, NG 1:182; oral Mysteries, ML 58
Maspero, on the Eg. One God, NG 1:1
Mass, wafer name from, BB 1:4
Massacre of the Children, origin of, AE 2:769
Mastebah, BB 1:402; image of the genetrix, BB 2:75
Mat-ka-Ra, Queen Hatshepsu, type of both in one, AE 1:440
Mates, the typical devourer, AE 2:643
Matet. dog-faced, BB 2:92, 200, 265, 307
Mati, Two Truths, BB 1:352, NG 1:136; goddess of twofold right, BB 2:26; the registrar, NG 2:474; Mati: Matthias, NG 2:478; Tablets of, AE 2:678-9; Great Hall of, where Balance was set up, place of equinox, AE 2:732; title of Taht-Aan, recorder of sayings in Ritual, compared with Matthew, AE 2:903; Gospel of Mati = sayings in Matthew, AE 2:904-5
Matrons, nurses, three, NG 1:533
Matter, corrupted, evil, NG 2:144
Matthias, traditions of, NG 2:473
Mau. divinity of the Dahomans, BB 2:644
Mau-Shu, twin lions, BB 2:262
Maui, Maori legend of, BB 2:252, 567-70, 666, AE 1:355; his descent into netherworld, AE 1:356; = Polynesian Shu lifting his father aloft, AE 2:663
Mauike, god of fire, BB 2:565; bird of Fire, NG 1:487
Maut, BB 2:106
Maya, genitrix, NG 1:416
Maya, BB 1:366, BB 2:47
Maya, the, BB 2:483
Mayday, BB 1:307
Mazaroth, = zodiacal circle, BB 2:358-9, 474, 521
Mechoacan deluge, NG 2:177
Medicine, at first mental, NG 1:300
Mediums, ML 200; earliest form of priest, prophet ML 202; feared after death, ML 203; mediators between the two worlds, ML 204; born immortals of the early races, ML 217; first divine persons, AE 1:167, 170-3; Angekok, for divine descent into, Cambodian, Brahmanic customs, AE 1:173
Mediumship, form of religious revelation, ML 44
Megabyzus, NG 1:512
Meh-urt, = cow-headed goddess Hathor, BB 1:393
Mehi, = Taht, BB 1:393
Mehura deluge, NG 2:155
Melchizedek, BB 2:102, 340; order of, NG 2:445, ML 32
Mell-Supper, BB 1:100
Mem, BB 2:121
Memphis, BB 1:39; the celestial, AE 1:375; ten mysteries performed at, AE 2:740-1; doctrine of immortality first taught at, AE 2:890
Men-Amen, the generator, BB 1:234
Men-Ptah, BB 2:415
Men under animal types, ape-men, NG 2:70-1; lord-men, NG 2:71; tailed and hairy men, NG 2:74; dusk, NG 2:242; Inonke, NG 2:246; dog, NG 2:247
Mena or Menes, BB 1:8, 10, 38, 45; and Osiris are the same, BB 1:39
Menâ, Menât, Menka, or Menkat, wet-nurse of gods, BB 1:200, 283, 366, AE 1:306; Egyptian wet-nurse, her symbol = breast, BB 2:47, 160, 190, 210, 374, 485; wet-nurse in mystical sense, BB 2:212; potter and shaper of earth, BB 2:499-500; feminine Creator, BB 2:126; moon and month, NG 2:349-50; wateress in zodiac, AE 1:299; type of Great Mother, AE 1:301; Aquarius, AE 1:302
Menaboju, deluge of, NG 2:151
Menander, ML 96
Menat, = Typhonians, BB 2:147, 374, 377, 399
Mendes Stele, BB 2:158
Menes, first pharaoh, ML 232
Meni, Babylonian goddess, BB 2:47
Menka, BB 1:366; = Two Truths, BB 1:484
Menstruation, BB 2:37, 42, 168, 183, 317, 484, 501; purification in Smen, BB 2:583; ape, menstruating image of the word, BB 2:633
Mentu, BB 1:208; type of sun of resurrection, BB 2:335
Menw, lawgiver to the Cymry, BB 1:39
Menwyd, ark of, AE 2:573
Meragenes, BB 2:47
Mercury, BB 1:84, 311, 363, BB 2:136, 345; worship of, BB 1:360, 369, ML 167; sabean form of Taht, BB 2:506; in Roman mysteries, NG 1:500; servant of Sothis, NG 2:103; British Gwydion, NG 2:348; logos, NG 2:354
Merenptah, King, inscription of, AE 2:687-9
Meri, gift of the goddess, BB 1:3; lady of the waters, BB 2:200; inundation, goddess of the Nile. BB 2:276; = Mary, ML 179; name of Nut, heavenly mother, AE 2:863
Merlin, one with Merddin, BB 1:224
Mermaid or fish-goddess, BB 1:425; type of Two Truths, BB 2:464
Merodach, BB 2:506, ML 137-8; androgynous type, NG 1:513
Meropes, people of the Thigh, AE 1:386
Mertae or Merti, the Double Eye; two poles in Equatoria; a place name in Egypt, AE 2:725; two eyes, AE 2:845; two divine sisters, Isis and Nephthys, Mary and Martha, who watched and wept over Osiris, AE 2:849, 880
Meru, mount of four quarters, NG 2:29; double, NG 2:50; Sillbury Hill, a form of, NG 2:52; figure of precession, NG 2:53; in France, NG 2:394; Mount, figure of pole in heaven, AE 1:353, 378
Meru, a goddess,= Hathor, BB 1:218
Meshech or Meska, place of scourging, AE 1:473
Mesi, the serpent, ML 39
Mesin, last night of old year, first day of new, AE 2:742
Meskat, Egyptian purgatory, AE 1:241, 481
Meskhen, womb of Great Mother, BB 2:510; group of stars, AE 1:260, 310; birth-place, AE 1:310, 312, 385, AE 2:548, 600, 675, 701; = Cassiopeia, AE 1:394
Mesore, month of, AE 1:294, 301
Messiah, BB 2:169, 299, 638; born in a cave, BB 1:420; spirit of renewal, BB 1:308; or kristos = anointed, BB 2:77-8; Anointed Son, BB 2:97; name of, signifies 'Returning One,' BB 2:254; two manifestations of, BB 2:390; Litaolane a type of, BB 2:650; in twofold character, NG 1:497; androgynous type, NG 1:517; origin of name, NG 2:357; reborn at puberty, NG 2:358; inner African, NG 2:359; second coming, NG 2:376; expected 1910, NG 2:376; called Dag, NG 2:394; from mesi an Egyptian root, ML 39; Mesiu, festival of birth = New Year, ML 39; as immortal spirit in man, the Christ within, ML 40; first was called Son of the Woman, ML 68; riding an ass, ML 184; the son, AE 1:521; he who came in water, blood AE 1:525; bringer of peace, AE 1:528; two forms of, AE 1:533; ben-Joseph; ben-David, AE 1:534; Divine Child; typical Calf, Lamb or Branch; his advent periodic, AE 2:727; reborn in various signs of zodiac, types of, AE 2:733-6; celebration of his birthday for 10,000 years, AE 2:744; = blind Horus, AE 2:817
Messu, the, or messianic Prince of Peace, Egyptian Jesus born at Memphis, AE 2:728
Mestraeans, people of the outlet, BB 1:29
Metals, 4 of four quarters, NG 1:412
Mete, BB 2:509
Metonic or Maiden cycle, BB 1:397-8, BB 2:106
Metatron, BB 1:236; lord of the seventy, NG 2:456; messiah of the Israelites, ML 41
Mete, 1 and 7, NG 2:14
Metempsychosis, ML 245
Mexican, myth, BB 2:210; triad, NG 2:352
Michaelmas, BB 1:255; Day, BB 1:290
Michaelis, Johann David, BB 2:304
Midsummer's Eve, BB 1:302
Mikoshi, Japanese ark-shrines, AE 2:669
Milky Way, AE 1:262, 285-6, 310; source of, AE 1:350; pictured as celestial water, AE 1:312-3; canal on which the manes voyaged, AE 1:316, 361-2, 394; of the Namoi, Barwan tribes, AE 1:376; divider of Okeanus, AE 1:405; river that went out from circumpolar paradise, AE 1:464
Minos, lawgiver in Greece, BB 1:39
Miracles, substituted by ignorant for mythical, BB 2:217; wrought in underworld, ML 21; mode of demonstrating divinity; of Jesus in the Apocrypha, at three makes dead fish live, at five models sparrows out of clay, makes them fly, AE 2:777; sows one grain of corn, makes a hundred quarters of it, AE 2:802; puts many cloths into one dye, brings each one out a different colour, explanation of, AE 2:809; of Jesus in gospels, turns water into wine, AE 2:798, 827, 900; curses fig-tree, AE 2:799; miraculous draught of fishes, AE 2:807; loaves and fishes, two versions, explanation, AE 2:811; gives sight to blind, explanation, AE 2:815; raising widow’s son at Nain, Egyptian origin of, AE 2:819; walking on waters, AE 2:827; calming tempest, AE 2:829; raising Lazarus, compared with raising of Osiris, AE 2:845, 853; miracles in gospels a repetition of mysteries in Ritual, AE 2:806-7, 811, 813, 818; Pagan mode of symbolical representation, AE 2:809
Miriam, BB 2:200-1, 210; = Tefnut, BB 2:233, AE 2:661, 667; dance of BB 2:115; feminine mouth to Moses, BB 2:237; sister of Moses, BB 2:274; mother of Jesus, BB 2:275
Mirror, type of reproduction, BB 1:425, NG 1:150; reflector of the image, BB 2:667
Mishkena-Meskhen, tabernacle of Mandaites of Mesopotamia, AE 1:309
Miskin, African meskhen, NG 1:129
Mistletoe, BB 1:86, 479
Mithra, son of Ahura Mazda, ML 177
Mithra-lying-men, NG 2:123
Mithraic, religion in Rome, NG 2:299; revelation, NG 2:379; cult established in Rome in 70 BC, ML 7; mysteries, ML 182
Mithras, BB 1:349; solar god, BB 2:474; fabled being been born in a cave, ML 7, 137, 220
Mitzraim, BB 2:189, 348, 359, 474; Hebrew name of Egypt, BB 1:4
Mixcohuatl, cloud-serpent, NG 1:331
Mizar, star in Great Bear, BB 1:5
Miztec, twin-brothers, NG 1:482
Mnevis, BB 1:38
Moab, land of the enemy, giants, BB 2:208
Mohawk language, absence of labials, NG 1:252
Mona, Druids' nursing mother, BB 1:197
Monkey, men changed into after death, ML 243; prototype of Taht-Aan, AE 1:15; cause of Arawak deluge, AE 2:572
Monotheism, Semitic, Renan on, NG 1:515; foundation of, AE 1:407
Montem, BB 1:341
Montezuma II, AE 1:380, NG 1:340, NG 2:328
Monuments, Egyptian, show a dusky race, BB 1:24
Moodgeegally, first man of Aborigines of New Holland, AE 1:377
Moon, man in, NG 1:115; message of double, NG 1:147; at full, Eye of Horus, NG 1:311; nodes of, dragon’s head and tail, NG 1:344; type of Two Truths, NG 1:489; heaven in, NG 2:50; flood of, NG 2:243; of 28 days, NG 2:307; Eye of the Sun, NG 2:314; time-measurer of threefold nature, gave rise to trinity, ML 142; symbolised by cat, ML 166; as seer by night, ML 166; symbol of resurrection, ML 170; zootypes of, AE 1:8; frog in, AE 1:10; crescent bow in heaven, AE 2:562; ark of, circle of a lunar zodiac, AE 2:577
Morion, architect of Stonehenge, BB 1:218
Mormons, wedding customs, ML 228
Moses, BB 2:25, 204, 265, 271-2, 314; = lunar deity Taht, BB 2:80; given tablets of stone, BB 2:113; laws delivered to, on Mount Sinai, BB 2:179; rock struck by, BB 2:201, 210; etymology of name, BB 2:235; Shu represented by, put on a veil, BB 2:248; son of Joseph, BB 2:302, 418; introduces solar god, BB 2:316; = Messu, BB 2:420; saved from the waters by Thermuthis, BB 2:422; trained Essenes, ML 78; mythical personage, AE 1:509; rod of, AE 2:646, BB 1:335, BB 2:55; Hebrew equivalent of Anhur, AE 2:658, 661, 682-3; tradition that he was a woman named Musu, AE 2:661; compared with Shu; veil of, AE 2:662-3, 665-6, 683; born from the water; adopted by Thermutis, AE 2:663; his neck made invulnerable to the sword; born circumcised; the 'Crazy man'; altar built by, AE 2:666; mount of, AE 2:678; previously Osarsiph, priest of On, AE 2:682; disappearance of, AE 2:683; children of Israel travel through Amenta with, AE 2:686; talking with Jesus at his transfiguration, AE 2:823
Moth
, type of Two Truths, NG 1:137
Mother, human and divine, precedes father, NG 1:4; and sister, 2 women, NG 1:61; descent from, NG 1:61; blood, Fijian Tunudra, NG 1:62; as no. 1, NG 1:193; type-name of, NG 1:194-5; first person, NG 1:195; synonymous with water, NG 1:197; synonymous with darkness, NG 1:264; as darkness, NG 1:296; in the seven, Papa, Typhon, NG 1:314; Aditi, Tiamat, NG 1:315; Seraphims, NG 1:317; first house, home, birth-place, NG 1:460; lotus type of, NG 1:462; dual, NG 1:501; as first cause, NG 1:510; Earth-, ML 195; the abode, AE 1:36-7; sons, consorts of, AE 1:59; first founder of totem, AE 1:62, 64; two mothers, AE 1:69; eating the mother, AE 1:71, 73, 234; and eldest daughter, AE 1:76-7; human and superhuman, AE 1:97; earliest, the Virgin, sacred heifer of Isis, vulture of Neith, AE 1:136; god not to be imaged by the father only, continued in her types of birthplace, AE 2:674
Mother Shipton, BB 1:197, BB 2:viii
Motherhood, priority of, NG 1:456
Mother-in-law, NG 1:114
Mother blood, importance of, AE 1:68; origin of human race, AE 1:69; to preserve it pure, AE 1:70; descent by, AE 1:71
Mother earth, giver of food; universal great grandmother, AE 1:98-100; as Fish, AE 1:282, 289; primordial bringer-forth, AE 1:398
Mother totems, AE 1:65, 68, 81
Mothering Sunday, BB 1:268
Mound (navel), burial, NG 1:111, 123, 126
Mound-builders, their zootypes of earth, NG 1:72; their patterns, NG 1:419
Mount (Mountain, Mound), Meru, BB 1:320; of Seven Stars, BB 1:384; Hacavitz, BB 2:208; Horeb, BB 2:187; Meru, with its seven steps, BB 2:589; Zion, BB 2:35, 188, 310; of Transfiguration, ML 91; Alborz, ML 119; Meru, ML 119; type of Mother earth, AE 1:36, son; Mexican mother, AE 1:500; some races trace descent from, AE 2:601, 624; figure of earth, AE 1:270, AE 2:585, 588; astronomical, AE 1:352; Shu standing on, to uplift the firmament, AE 1:354; of Glory, in heavens, AE 1:330; figure of birthplace, AE 1:340; of earth, heaven, Amenta, AE 1:347-8; two of Chinese, twofold of Todas, of Babylonians, AE 1:349; Pahlavi two, AE 1:350; of earth, type of Great Mother, of heaven, typical of fatherhood, AE 1:354; double, of Karens, AE 1:357; polar, Mont Blanc in heaven, AE 1:363; Hebrew paradise on the summit, AE 1:383; means of ascent to paradise, AE 1:388-90; staircase of Great God; heavenly Jerusalem on, AE 1:473; Zion, AE 1:473, AE 2:675; of earth, seat of Great Mother, AE 1:538; of Navajo Indians, AE 2:571; type of emergence from waters, AE 2:585; figure of the pole, AE 2:594, 624; seven of the Zuni Indians; of stone; of papyrus reed; ever-white of Koreans; the Pearl, fire; seven submerged, AE 2:622; of Mankind, AE 2:624; of Nations, AE 2:625; of Venus, discovered by Constantine; Horeb, AE 2:675; of Oblations, AE 2:676; of Moses, AE 2:678; of Congregation; as Judgment Seat, AE 2:703; Final Judgment on, AE 2:704; of Resurrection, where blind, deaf, dumb, palsied, or dead restored, AE 2:812-3, 821, 823; Jesus in, AE 2:819; scenes in Ritual and Pistis Sophia, in spirit world, AE 2:819; solar, and means of ascent to spirit world; equinox on top; Sermon on the; cross of Christ erected on, AE 2:820-1; meeting-place in spirit world, AE 2:821; of the mysteries, miracles, resurrection, regeneration, transfiguration, AE 2:823-4; Jesus taken by devil to the; Jesus praying in, lodging in, AE 2:825
Mount of Glory, of the north or pole, NG 1:358; co-type in three, NG 1:372; type of in birth-place, NG 1:372; surrounds the world, NG 1:396; male and female, NG 1:402; of four quarters, NG 2:29, 237; Alborg, three stations, NG 2:47; reaching to moon, NG 2:244; in the heavens, AE 1:330, 384; in double equinox, AE 1:335; coincident with vernal equinox, AE 1:336; solar in east, stellar in north, AE 1:354; at north celestial pole, AE 1:360, 397; of 'never setting stars,' AE 1:376; of Esquimaux, AE 1:378; in Amenta, AE 1:420; solar; of God Sinai, AE 1:536, AE 2:676, 678; Great Judgment Hall on, AE 1:537, AE 2:704; Eternal City on, AE 2:575; crown of life given on, AE 2:602; Promised Land seen from; summit of Amenta, AE 2:678; figured in Revelation, AE 2:702; of resurrection, AE 2:819
Mount of Olives, in Amenta, AE 2:772
Mount of the Equinox, BB 2:102
Mount of the Moon, ML 66; mythical Mount made mundane in Gospels, ML 67; where occurs transfiguration of Osiris, ML 67
Mount of the Seven Stars, first mount of mythology, BB 2:520
Mouse, type of soul, NG 1:48; type of blind Horus, NG 1:48; type of disappearance, NG 1:49, AE 1:16; red = type of Horus, ML 224, 241; emblem of disappearance. ML 241; emblem of human soul, AE 1:136-7
Mtanga (or Mulunga), god or spirit, AE 1:377
Muller, mythology a disease of language, ML 165, 190, 258
Mullion, devil, ML 145-6
Mummery, BB 2:481, 648
Mummifying, means of retaining the form, BB 1:412; desire to retain the likeness of life in death, BB 2:478
Mumming, BB 1:306-8
Mummy, type of self-continuity, BB 1:402; images of, NG 1:129; one-legged, NG 1:144; type of eternal, enfolded in seamless swathe hundreds of yards in length, AE 1:216, AE 2:887; prepared for burial covered with golden gum as type of spiritual body, AE 1:217; type of resurrection in Roman catacombs, AE 1:219; borne on back of a cow, AE 1:387; flight of stairs, pedestal, sceptre, tat, buried with, AE 1:472; solar god represented as a, AE 2:644; Osiris the raiser of, AE 2:654, 842; Jacob’s, AE 2:654; method of embalming the, AE 2:851-2
Music, in prehistoric times, BB 2:621
Mut, BB 1:117; gives birth to Amen-Ra, BB 2:351; = vulture, type of the mother, BB 2:378; conservative formulas, NG 1:135
Mut-em-Snatem, queen, on statue of Turin, BB 2:306, 409
Mut-em-Ua, future mother of Amenhept III, BB 2:406, ML 4; as mother of 'only one,' ML 5; Virgin Mother, AE 2:757-8
Mut-khat, catching mother, BB 1:164
Muthoi, sayings, NG 1:135
Muysca deluge, NG 2:253
Myndie, Australian mythical serpent, NG 1:302
Mysteries, of sexual matters, BB 2:556; Eleusinian; unpublished, NG 1:8; Greek ignorance of, NG 1:8-9; Masonic, NG 1:10, 150, 182; drama of, NG 1:74; kronian, Mercury in, NG 1:500; creations, matter of, NG 2:51; Persian, NG 2:84; book of, NG 2:179; of Marcus, NG 2:355; stone in, NG 2:361; three, NG 2:389; Christian, NG 2:441; of Amenta, AE 1:186, AE 2:805; ten great in Amenta, AE 1:220, 247, AE 2:702, 844; seven great, AE 2:705; Jewish, annual, equinoctial, AE 2:737; ten performed at Memphis, AE 2:740; in Pistis Sophia, AE 2:774; Greater and Lesser, AE 2:775; Lesser = astronomical, AE 2:778; Greater = spiritual, AE 2:784; second Horus, expounder of, AE 2:791, 901; of totemism, spiritual in eschatology, AE 2:794; double baptism in, AE 2:795; dead in the, AE 2:814; first and second resurrection in the; made portable in parables; resurrection of Ani, one of the, AE 2:865; ancientness of, AE 2:866; of Ptah at Memphis, doctrine of immortality first taught in, AE 2:890; Lesser, taught by elder Horus, Greater, by Horus in his second advent, AE 2:901
Mystery, of Great Mother, of dragon with seven heads, of seven stars, of first-born from the dead, NG 2:1, 386, AE 2:694, 699; of 'Lawlessness,' NG 2:497; mother of, AE 2:698; two witnesses, four living creatures, war in heaven, God, renewal in ancient heavens, AE 2:699; of the woman and beast with seven heads, ten horns, AE 2:699-700, 707; of nessiahship, AE 2:725, 727; of mystical book, AE 2:726; of Cross, AE 2:749; of Tattu, AE 2:772, 838-9; of investiture, AE 2:772; first great, AE 2:773; teachers, AE 2:775; of looking within; looking without, AE 2:783; of the resurrection of the dead, AE 2:784, 805-6; of the five supports, AE 2:785; of the double Horus, AE 2:790; of Tattu, gnostic version of, AE 2:792; of resurrection in Amenta, AE 2:817-8; of Osiris, 'mourning of the goddess,' at which a cow was covered with black linen and exposed to view for four days, AE 2:851; of Nekhen, AE 2:859; of the Father in likeness of a dove, AE 2:862; of Last Supper; of the erection of the tat-pillar, AE 2:868
Mystical formula, 7 and 8, NG 1:11, 50
Mythical abyss, NG 1:464
Mythical beginning, could only come from Egypt, BB 1:3
Mythology, NG 1:7; Egyptian founded on observation of natural phenomena, BB 1:9; common source Egypt, BB 1:471; sequence = sabean, lunar, solar, BB 1:362; derived from phenomena of nature, BB 2:176; secret clue is physiological, BB 2:212; beginning of, mother and boy is universal, BB 2:365; golden age in time of Sut, BB 2:368; nothing mystical in, BB 2:674; science of Two Truths, NG 1:135; platonisation of, NG 1:552; its final phase, NG 2:370; its rationalisers, NG 2:457; not understood by literalization, ML 106; ancient system of knowledge, a mode of expression, ML 106; primitive method of teaching natural facts, ML 109; literalization of, is fountainhead of false belief, ML 111; not product of ancient ignorance, founded on natural phenomena, ML 133; contains the gnosis, ML 133; astronomy, cannot be considered without, ML 133; beginnings of, in Egypt, Akkad identical, ML 134; primitive mode of thinging early thought, ML 165, 258; repository of ancient science, ML 166; begins elemental phase of external phenomena, ML 170; groundwork of theology, ML 174
Mythos, origin of folk-tales, AE 1:23
Myths, created from symbols and types, BB 2:123; began with time and space and circle, BB 2:131; of Egypt supplied mysteries of the world, BB 2:177; most primitive, most perfect, NG 1:10; misinterpretation of, NG 1:13-4
Naamah, sister of Lamech, BB 2:383
Nabhi-Yoni, type of Two Truths, NG 1:153, ML 194
Naga-snake, 7-headed, NG 1:350
Magkou-Wat, place of Two Waters, NG 1:167
Nahsi (negroes), BB 1:22, 27
Nail, type of adultship, NG 1:102; in palm, sign of complete male, NG 1:186; sign of no. 20, NG 1:20, 156; as unguis or clavus, used in reckoning, NG 1:156; mark of, sign of pubescence, NG 1:448
Nails of the crucified, 3 or 4, NG 1:448
Naisi, BB 1:487
Nakauvandra, Fijian sacred mountain, pathway for the dead, AE 1:390
Naming, by totemic animals, and by classes, NG 1:64
Napoleon, called 'cent mille,' ML 103
Natalis, one with swimming, NG 1:151
Nature powers, AE 1:3
Navel, a primitive oracle, NG 1:153
Neb-er-ter, Ptah or Osiris, the Creator, AE 1:407
Neb-hept, lady of peace, BB 2:106
Nebhetep, one of Atum’s two wives, AE 1:456; a name of Iusäas, AE 2:674; a mother of Horus, AE 2:788
Nebo, place of Moses' transformation, BB 2:248, ML 134
Nebo, Assyrian god, BB 2:498
Neb-ta, Osiris the one and only Lord, AE 1:184
Nebuchadnezzar, BB 2:493
Nef, Lord of the Inundation, BB 1:103
Nefer-Atum, BB 1:341
Nefer-Hept, BB 1:355
Nefer-tai-ta-Aten-Ra [Nefertiti], BB 2:410
Nefer-Tum, BB 2:108; youthful, newly-breathed form of the god, BB 2:289
Neft, genetrix of seed-basket = breathed, seeded, BB 1:243
Negab, Chaldean god, BB 1:16
Negative Confession, the, AE 2:679, 681
Neith, BB 1:7, 117, 128, 194, 321, BB 2:137, 150, 226, 306, 465; goddess with the bow, BB 1:13; vulture a type of, BB 1:142; collar worn by, BB 1:393; heaven = Nupe above and Neith below, BB 1:422; = rainbow, BB 2:636; net of, NG 1:154; virgin-mother, ML 188; wet-nurse, AE 1:53; blood mother, AE 1:69; crocodile, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97, AE 2:884; represented by vulture, bird of blood, AE 1:136, 263, 290; Virgo, AE 1:302; suckler of crocodiles, AE 1:306; earlier form of the Virgin mother than Isis, AE 1:333; ever-virgin, AE 2:757, 761; mother of Horus, AE 2:788; preparer of the mummy for funerary chamber, AE 2:883
Nekheb, Egyptian goddess, BB 1:16
Nekhtherhebi, sarcophagus of, BB 2:196
Nenuti, serpent of rebirth, NG 1:340
Nepenthe, sacred potion, ML 209
Nephelim, abortions, NG 2:105
Nephesh, Hebrew for soul, ML 115, 221
Nephew, the heir, NG 1:62
Nephthys, BB 1:14, 104, BB 2:72; goddess of seed, BB 1:84, ML 180; divine mother, BB 2:132; sister as goddess, NG 1:62; and two sisters, NG 1:470; nurse of the child, AE 1:69; lady of darkness, lady of the moon, consort of Sut, pro-monogamous Great Mother, AE 1:514 (See also Isis and Nephthys)
Neptune, temple of, BB 2:274
Nergal, BB 2:75, ML 139
Neshamah, intelligent soul, ML 221, 233
Net, type of existence, NG 1:152; of Neith, NG 1:154
Nevvy, BB 1:104, 366
Nevydd Nay Nevion, BB 1:104
New beginning, ML 74, NG 2:379; heaven, in Aries, NG 2:334; Jerusalem. NG 2:382
New heaven and earth, a creation of astronomical mythology, AE 1:410
New Testament, a fraud, ML 1
New Year's Day, custom of, BB 1:259, 297, 365
New Year's Eve, custom of, BB 1:198
Newton, Sir Isaac, AE 2:598
Ngalalbal, wives of Daraniulun, AE 1:78
Ngobera, Australian mummy-type, NG 1:129
Night of Brahma, NG 2:263
Nigidius, NG 2:60
Nile, BB 1:1, 371, BB 2:57, 146, 265; flood, BB 1:2; indicator of heavens, BB 1:6; etymology, BB 1:13; origin of Egyptians near sources of, BB 1:24; source of, BB 1:32-3; called the Eagle, BB 1:189; inundation of, BB 1:364; nahar (רהנ) is name of, BB 2:27, 319; = Gihon, BB 2:27; branches of = seven, BB 2:57; type of periodicity, BB 2:76; called Tesh-tesh, BB 2:115; flood of, BB 2:401-2; annual rebirth, NG 2:193; as Eridanus, NG 2:216; bride of, NG 2:149; of inundation, NG 1:429; associated with messiah, ML 39; not from a single source but many, ML 74; source of, two festivals of, AE 1:259; inundation of; dates of, AE 1:260; figured as Eridanus in astronomy, AE 1:270, 293; festival of the, AE 1:290, 296, 301, 536, AE 2:705; serpent supposed to be at bottom of, AE 1:292; new, tears of Isis, AE 1:300; river of South, AE 1:310; water source of life in Amenta, AE 1:446; celestial, called Father of the Gods, AE 1:459
Nilus, BB 2:425
Nimrod, BB 2:281, 496, 503, 506; became a Gibor in the earth, BB 2:515
Nin-gar, pilot of heaven, BB 2:488
Nin-ki-gal, Akkadian goddess, BB 2:474; great goddess of Justice, BB 2:511
Nina, fish mother, AE 1:277
Nine, prostrations, heads, holes, NG 1:93; gods in put-circle, dwelling on the water, stones, NG 2:63; branched tree and cross, NG 2:64; muses, damsels, villages, NG 2:65; brothers, NG 2:65, 67; divisions of heaven, non-water signs, withies, NG 2:66; gates of lotus, NG 2:67; seams of cap, supports, NG 2:68; steps, islands, divisions, heaven of Peten, NG 2:69; ninefold heaven, NG 2:250-1; decked ship, NG 2:252; types of, in Britain, NG 2:254
Nine Bows, invaders of Egypt, AE 2:687, 689
Nine Maidens, BB 1:393, AE 1:20
Nineveh, BB 1:16
Ninib, 'Nin Kattin barzil,' 'the lord of the coat of iron,' BB 2:461
Ninth heaven, precession, NG 2:59
Ninus, divine child of Semiramis, BB 2:486
Nirvana, its physical foundation, NG 2:89-91; a trance to enter the eternal, ML 200
Noh, came in through a window, BB 2:643
Nnu, soul of water, AE 1:121; firmamental water, AE 1:400; heaven as celestial water, AE 2:548; ark or bark of, AE 2:558, 575; lord of celestial water, AE 2:555, 569; turner back of flood, AE 2:555; 'Lord of the primordial water'; 'Father of the gods,' AE 2:564; sanctuary of, rebuilt by Tahtmes III, AE 2:565; 'the Old Man'; later Noah, AE 2:566; name of inundation; rest, AE 2:569; ark of; on sarcophagus of Seti, AE 2:574; solar orb in, AE 2:579
Noah or Nuach, BB 2:156, NG 2:157; wonderful child, BB 2:103; flood of end of a period, BB 2:348; 10, a number of, NG 2:316; deluge of, ML 138
Nodens, BB 1:347
Noe, BB 1:351; and Eseye, seat of, BB 1:104; two divine sisters, BB 1:353
Noh, or khnub, Hottentot, NG 2:189
Nomes, earliest were astronomes, BB 2:186; division of thirty-six, BB 2:358; zootypes of, AE 1:54; seven, of Egypt, AE 1:305; Nui, a name of, AE 2:609
Nooralie, Australian, NG 2:4
No-people, NG 1:365
Norus, three, NG 1:534
North and south, back and front, NG 1:20
North Pole, centre of motion first observed, BB 2:311
Nose, self-named by sneezing, NG 1:255
Ntonjane, Kaffir custom, NG 1:339
Nu, Nef, Num, Nuh, or Nuach, = father of the gods, BB 2:643
Nui, islands, nomes, AE 2:609
Num, BB 2:270, 491; Lord of the Inundation, BB 1:3, ML 134, AE 2:565, 579; and Ptah, painted green, BB 1:94, 330; as potter at his wheel, BB 2:126; lord of Shennu, BB 2:315; androgynous type, NG 1:510; gnat-headed Capricornus, AE 1:302; his ark represented by Thebes, AE 2:565 
Num-Kufu, his dream of deluge; his pyramid a form of ark, AE 2:566
Num-Ra, BB 2:286, ML 126, 134
Numbers, a test of beginning, NG 1:185
Nun, = Moses, BB 2:114; or Nu-Teru, Nunteru, earliest divinities of Egyptians, BB 2:139; negative but actual, NG 1:400; the firmament, AE 1:281, 284, AE 2:662; land beneath the billow, AE 1:367; firmamental water, AE 1:400-1, 404, AE 2:565; Horus, plant out of the, AE 1:529; form of Num, AE 1:565; father of Joshua; father of Shu, AE 2:662
Nun, type-name of the mother, NG 1:403
Nun or N, voice of water, NG 1:277
Nunu, a company of Gods or Powers, AE 1:404; associate gods, ML 134; eight-rayed star sign of, ML 221
Nupe, BB 1:14, 200, 283; = heaven above and Neith below, BB 1:422
Nurtunja pole, of the Aruntas, AE 1:60, 76, 267
Nut, BB 2:113, 273, 301; name of heaven, AE 1:262; heavenly mother, AE 1:285; tree of, AE 1:285, 415; sycamore of, AE 1:303, 450; leg of; image of pole, AE 1:310-1, AE 2:551, 554; milch cow of, AE 1:310, 557; cow of heaven, AE 1:311, 323; house of the firmament, AE 1:405; represented on coffin lid as bringer to new life above, AE 1:449; giver of dew and rain, AE 1:450; as cow carrying Ra, AE 2:557, 668; Meri, a name of, AE 2:863
Nuter-sign, BB 1:8
Nycticorax, bird of darkness, BB 2:470
O, Coptic. sign of ogdoad, NG 1:290
Oannes, BB 2:328, 466; divine fish-man, NG 2:390, AE 1:277; took no food whilst with men, ML 9; the first man, ML 120, 134
Oases, seven, AE 1:264; greater and lesser, AE 1:305
Oasis, considered a paradise, AE 1:264; primitive paradise, AE 1:304, 397, 444; model of garden of Aarru, AE 1:446
Oblation, described by Ezekiel, AE 2:676-8; made in Tattu, adorations in Annu, compared with Magi at Bethlehem, AE 2:765
Octagonal heaven, NG 2:32-3
Octavianus, ML 236
Octonary, NG 2:55
Odainsakr, Norse paradise, AE 1:359; guarded by seven sons of Mimir, AE 2:593
Odin, BB 1:346
Odysseus, BB 1:339
Og, giant, NG 2:245
Ogdoad, sign of, NG 1:290
Ogdoas, mother of first hebdomad, NG 2:86, ML 221
Ogg, Jewish giant who kept ark afloat, AE 2:594
Oghams, BB 1:476, 503, BB 2:459, 678; alphabet is digital, BB 1:84; letters, BB 1:256
Ogon, god of fire, NG 1:487
Ogun, god of blacksmiths, NG 1:487
Ogyges, and his companions saved from flood, AE 2:570
Ogyrwen and Keridwen, sisters, NG 1:469
Oine, tribe of, Irish form of Kun, Gwen, or Kivan, BB 2:191
Okeanus, celestial water round the world, AE 1:362, 405, AE 2:627; divided by Milky Way, AE 1:405
Okikurumi, and six who turned into hares, AE 2:610
Old Bendy, a name of the Devil. BB 1:232
Old Nick, BB 1:233
Old One, type-name, NG 1:322
Old Scratch, androgynous type, NG 1:511
Olorun, Yoruban lord of heaven, BB 2:646
Omoroca, woman cut in two by Bolos, AE 1:280, 283
Omoroka, BB 2:509; divided heaven, NG 2:20; Yomuroka, NG 2:23
One, god, Atum, father of souls, NG 1:7; one-legged men, NG 1:143; hand, a figure of, NG 1:185-6; mother, NG 1:194-5; type-name of, NG 1:191, 193; circle a sign of, NG 1:192; woman, NG 1:196; Mete, NG 2:14
Onoatoa, seven islands of, AE 2:609
Onogoro, Isle of; made by Izanagi and Izanami, AE 2:584
Onomatopoeia, primordial types in, NG 1:259; nursery words of human race, NG 1:280
Onouris, Greek warrior, same as Shu-Anhur, AE 2:665
'Open Sesame,' BB 2:332
Openers, Ptah, Un-Nefer, Sut, tooth, testis, pubes, NG 1:89
Opening, customs and types of, NG 1:89-91; founding by; totemic rite, the droit du seigneur, NG 1:90; Hlanhla, Zulu, NG 1:91; one with beginning, NG 1:137; synonymous with founding, NG 1:252; primrose, flower of, NG 2:309
Opening the mouth, of the manes in Amenta; rite still performed in Rome, AE 1:208; instrument for, AE 2:710
Ophiuchus, Horus crushing the serpent in, AE 1:318, 418, ML 207
Ophir, in Africa, BB 2:56
Orante, cruciform figure, NG 1:440
Orebu, water-cow, NG 2:342
Orion, BB 2:143, 145, 148, 164, 240; named after Horus of resurrection, BB 2:550; giant, NG 2:245; stars of three kings, NG 2:385; star of Horus, NG 2:436; star that rose in East where sun-god is reborn, ML 7; 'Three Kings' a name of stars in Orion's Belt, ML 7, 215; the conqueror, AE 1:270; as Horus of inundation, AE 1:286, 291, 316; stellar representative of Horus, AE 1:316; the hunter, AE 1:317-8; bark of, AE 2:550; ark of souls, AE 2:551; ark of, AE 2:570
Ormizt and Arhmen, twin bothers, NG 1:453
Orpheus, BB 2:264; the harper, from uarp, NG 2:33
Osarsiph (Moses), lawgiver, BB 2:412; priest at On, AE 2:682
Osirian group of five deities, AE 1:420
Osiris, BB 2:48; redivivus, BB 1:6; death of, when sun is in Scorpio, BB 1:38; and Mena are the same, BB 1:39; symbolised by bennu in Annu, BB 1:109; House of, BB 1:286, 358; Typhon shuts up, in the ark, BB 1:298; transformed in Hades, BB 1:307; Hes-Ar, BB 1:329; Lord of An, BB 1:344; flux of, BB 2:37; Tesh-tesh, BB 2:52, ML 19; black, an Indian, BB 2:57; child, was caught, BB 2:70; the Lord, BB 2:90; transformation into Horus, BB 2:97; Asar, BB 2:140, 294, 309; double lion, BB 2:229; father god, BB 2:293; son of As, Hes, or Isis, BB 2:294; called khe, the child, BB 2:296; enters the Ark, BB 2:335; phoenix = the bennu of, BB 2:394; coffin of, BB 2:516, AE 1:221, 329, AE 2:593, 644; tesh-tesh = red, BB 2:582; designated Ati, BB 2:588; in Roman catacombs, NG 1:446; burial of, NG 2:61; teacher of tillage, NG 2:137; lord of sixth day, NG 2:255; the Way, NG 2:418; at the Well, NG 2:419; as hidden face, NG 2:423; in ark, NG 2:444; furnishes dual type for canonical Christ, ML 13; ascent of the Mount of the Moon, ML 57; his resurrection lunar at autumn equinox, solar at vernal equinox, ML 103; torn into fourteen parts = dark half of moon, ML 104, 136, 138, AE 1:187, AE 2:843; dies on 17th Athor, ML 178-9; transfiguration of, ML 186; god, hare-headed Un-Nefer, AE 1:12; male and female, AE 1:184, 439; one and only Lord, AE 1:184; One God, AE 1:185; god of Amenta, AE 1:197; winter sun, AE 1:212; altar for the Eucharistic meal; his resurrection 'dawn upon the coffin' of, AE 1:221, AE 2:868; giver of his flesh and blood for sustenance, AE 1:221; transfigured in risen Horus, AE 1:225; the Lost, AE 1:299; 'Bull of eternity,' AE 1:302, 505; sign of Taurus, AE 1:302; the Judge, AE 1:323, 386, 473, AE 2:704; Creator, AE 1:406; mummy god, AE 1:420; voluntary sacrifice, AE 1:527; the Vine, AE 1:536; Lord of the flood, AE 2:553; power of the pole, AE 2:574; temple of, AE 2:639; seated on his throne of gold with Anup and Taht, AE 2:705; his entry into the moon at annual resurrection, AE 2:740; his sufferings and death memorized in the mysteries, AE 2:741; his arm paralyzed by Sut and held bound in Sekhem, AE 2:832; reconstituted by Horus after his mutilation by Sut, AE 2:843, 854; raised from tomb by Horus, AE 2:844, 853; watched over by the two Mertae sisters, AE 2:849; god in matter, AE 2:853; betrayal at Last Supper, AE 2:868
Osiris, the, reuniting, BB 1:272; reconstructed for his exodus into upper world, BB 2:194; his permanent soul made up of seven parts, AE 1:203, 430, 479; through Amenta, AE 1:204, 461; examination of his organs, AE 1:205; his pleas, AE 1:205, 209, 238, 318; opening the mouth of, AE 1:208; learning mysteries of Amenta, AE 1:226; his journey to reach circumpolar paradise, AE 1:360; necessity of his knowing the name of every part of the boat, AE 1:396, AE 2:574; prototype of Corpus Christi; his cries compared with those of the sufferer in Psalms, AE 1:477-85; his pleadings, AE 2:551-2, 867 (See also Manes)
Osiris-Sahu, = risen Christ of Osirian cult, AE 1:215, AE 2:842
Ossian, BB 1:382
Ostrich-feather, typified Two Truths, BB 2:636
Ouranossee Urnas
Owl, ancient type, BB 2:485; bird of darkness and death, BB 2:550
Ox, androgynous type, NG 1:516
Pa-Tum, = the Pithom of Exodus, BB 2:297
Pagan cult, turned into Christian, ML 98
Paganalia, BB 1:305
Pagodas, seven, image of heptanomis, AE 2:605
Pait, human beings of the past, AE 1:385
Palladium, Roman, AE 2:605
Palm, precursor of man, NG 1:353
Palm Sunday, BB 1:272, 274-5
Paluc cat, BB 1:262; sons of, BB 1:322
Pan, BB 2:497; called Mendes, BB 2:377; triune all, NG 1:214; androgynous type, NG 1:505; = Christ, NG 2:391; Saviour, called Christum, ML 237
Panes bird, BB 2:655
Pantomime, BB 1:308, NG 1:73-77, ML 211, 247; four characters, NG 2:414; characters in, compared with Egyptian gods, AE 1:329; giants and religious mysteries of Amenta represented in, AE 2:658
Papa, synonymous with no. 2, NG 1:196; mother of the seven, NG 1:314; and Vari, two sisters, NG 1:469; type-name of mother, NG 1:470
Papias, on the logia, NG 2:469
Papsukal, regent of Capricorn, ML 138
Papyrus reed, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97; roll of the manes, AE 1:195; country of, human birthplace, AE 1:255-7; roll of, primeval food, AE 1:241; lily loaves; Amenta rising from a bed of; Japan named from, AE 1:256; symbol of primeval birthplace, AE 1:257; Horus on, AE 1:258; field of, Aarru paradise, AE 1:259, 264, 304-5, AE 2:571; means of climbing heavenward, type of ascent to heaven, AE 1:388; Horus on, figure of an ark in heaven, AE 1:394, AE 2:612; Horus saved on, AE 2:571; symbol of pole, AE 2:612; ark of, AE 2:663; figure of earth; Horus and gods of four quarters on, AE 2:824
Parable, of Sower, AE 2:805, 839; of marriage feast, marriage in mystery of Tattu, AE 2:839; of rich man and Lazarus, AE 2:853
Parables, are allegories of mythology, BB 2:179; of precession, NG 2:320-6; of the reaper, NG 2:421; of lost sheep, NG 2:425; of ten virgins, NG 2:431; of Jesus in the Apocrypha and in the Gospels, AE 2:783; Horus in his first advent, teacher by means of, in his second, speaker without, AE 2:791; Jesus speaks in, AE 2:803-4; promises to speak without, AE 2:862
Paraclete, NG 2:430
Paradise, NG 2:20; Chinese, NG 2:30; double, NG 2:52, AE 2:627; garden of the tree, NG 1:394; mode of ascent to, AE 1:207; primitive African, AE 1:249; lost, change of pole-star, AE 1:268; primitive in Equatoria, AE 1:269; of Plenty, AE 1:304, 383, AE 2:687; primitive in heavens, AE 1:304; primal on summit of the Mount where stars never set, AE 1:346, 359, 376, AE 2:572, 694; first = stellar, last = solar; of Am-Khemen, AE 1:346, 397; at the north, AE 1:348; Chinese terrestrial, Chinese celestial, AE 1:349, 379; terrestrial and celestial, AE 1:350; entrance to earthly in the west, AE 1:356; Odainsakr, the Norse, AE 1:359; Hetep, AE 1:373; Irish, two, AE 1:374; of Milky Way, AE 1:376; of Airyana Vaju, AE 1:378; Hebrew, on summit of Mount; circumpolar, AE 1:384, 397, 420, 440; four types of; of the Oasis; of Atum; on Mount of Glory; Irish, four types of, AE 1:397; founded on Oasis, AE 1:444; Upper and Lower of Jewish Kabalists, names of, AE 1:445; in Amenta, divided into four, AE 1:459; of Adam, garden of Atum, AE 1:500; conical hats, a figure of, AE 2:575; lost through unwatchful dog, AE 2:612; stellar, in region of the pole, AE 2:725 (See also Mount)
Parmuti, mother of corn, NG 2:211
Paschal controversy, NG 2:446
Pasht, BB 1:276, 467, BB 2:287, ML 166; Great Mother, BB 1:163; as Mer-Ptah, BB 1:218; feminine form of beast, BB 1:262; or Pekht, BB 1:322; cat devouring rat, BB 1:334-5; = cat type of mother, BB 2:378
Passion SundayBB 1:269
Passion Week, BB 1:272; prototype of, seven days of mourning for Osiris, AE 2:748
Passover, BB 2:215
Patriarchate, the Hindu, 71-2 years, AE 2:595
Patriarchs, seven and ten, NG 2:75; Adam, Seth, Lunch, Kenan, Jared, Methusaheh, Noah, their ages, AE 1:515; Hebrew, two groups; Babylonian, two groups, AE 2:597
Paul, logos of, NG 2:368-9; his position, doctrines, mysteries, NG 2:493-7; as Simon Magus, NG 2:500; as opponent not apostle of historic Christianity, ML 27; his Epistles converted, ML 28; converted by vision of risen Jesus, ML 28; converted to Christianity in year 27, ML 30; waged warfare, ML 31; in conflict with Peter, ML 31; derives gospel from direct personal revelation of the Christ within, ML 32; his Epistle to Hebrews a forgery, ML 32; repudiates genealogies of Christ, ML 32; rejects flesh-and-blood Jesus, ML 32; an adept in the Mysteries, Master of Hidden Wisdom, ML 33; his gospel received by revelation, ML 34; his writings were made orthodox. ML 35; his Christ firstborn, ML 35; a Gnostic and Spiritualist, ML 35; Christ, called Second Adam by, ML 35; his doctrine of resurrection opposed to resurrection of the body, ML 36; denies salvation by means of sacraments, ML 38; taught resurrection from dead in this life, ML 38; publisher of ancient mysteries, ML 39; repudiated feminine type of soul, ML 41; Christ is Wisdom, ML 42; liable to trance, ML 43; Mystery revealed in abnormal state, ML 44; arch-enemy of Christ crucified, ML 47; opponent of men setting up Christ made flesh, ML 47; his warning to Thessalonians; 'Apostle of the Heretics,' AE 2:867
Pauti, god, BB 1:243
Pawin Parne, BB 2:254
'Peach-tree of the Gods,' Chinese image of pole, AE 2:583
Peacock, BB 2:56-7
Peeping Tom, BB 1:333
Pegasus, BB 1:300
Peh, BB 2:121
Peht, lioness goddess, BB 2:307
Pekh, lioness-goddess, BB 1:365
Pekht, cat-headed goddess, BB 1:255, 322, 467; goddess of pleasure, BB 1:469
Pennius (i.e. Penny), Thomas, BB 1:112
Penpii, scene on coffin of, serpent offering fruit, ML 113, AE 1:459
Pentateuch, allegorical nature of, AE 2:641; Four Books of Taht, original of, AE 2:682
Pentaur, the scribe, BB 2:403, 414
People, white and black, NG 2:8; without knee-caps; with tails; Typhonian, NG 2:9; Ethiopes, first, NG 2:15; of one language, NG 2:232-3
Pepi, rebirth of, throne of, guide of, AE 2:721
Peri-em-Hru, = Coming Forth to Day, AE 2:648, 820
Persephone, BB 2:204
Perseus, BB 1:352
Persian Magi, taught British Druids, BB 1:220
Persian Tale, NG 2:98
Peten, heaven of nine divisions, lake, in Central America, NG 2:69
Peter, in conflict with, Paul ML 31; makes Mysteries exoteric in human history, ML 33
Petroma, book of stone, BB 2:204
Petting stone, BB 1:252
Phact, star, announcer of birth of Horus of inundation, AE 1:289, 291, 294, 307
Phalli (pillars), BB 2:391
Phallic, saviour, NG 2:134; cult, origin of, NG 2:270; customs, mediums, source of divine descent, AE 1:173; Spartan custom, AE 1:174
Phallic festival, AE 1:105-11; surviving in religions mysteries, AE 1:224, AE 2:674
Phallic worship, BB 1:389; origin of, AE 1:36-7; cult of Great Mother, AE 1:105-6
Phallicism, BB 2:71, 578, 617, 672; true origin of, perpetuated for symbolic uses, ML 196
Phallus, an emblem, NG 1:102-3; type of reproduction, NG 1:127; bedwen, type, NG 1:128; as type of solar force; type of resurrection, AE 1:38, 135; type of resurrection, also found in Roman catacombs, AE 2:883
Phamenoth, feast of, BB 1:270
Pharaoh, name of, BB 2:367; two dreams of, BB 2:401; nomes of, AE 1:263; representative of double Har-Makhu, sun-god of twofold horizon, AE 1:332; derivation of name, AE 2:689; and his son, representatives of Ra and repa, AE 2:760
Phate, Lycians' goddess, BB 2:150, 277
Philo, on allegories, NG 2:5; his two logoses, NG 2:356
Phoenicians, derived their divinities from Egypt, BB 2:80; their letters derived from Egyptian hieratic, BB 2:120
Phoenix or bennu, BB 2:470; bird of resurrection, BB 1:107; repa, ribi, or raven, is type of cycle, BB 2:468; ben-ape, a form of, NG 1:51; Finn, NG 1:73; of Great Year, NG 2:340-1; bird of transformation, ML 201; emblem of solar god, AE 1:493
Phoenix cycle, seven patriarchates, AE 2:595
Phryne, the frog, NG 1:535, ML 168
Pictet, Adolphe, NG 1:242
Picts, BB 1:447, 467
Pierret, on Egyptian One God, NG 1:2
Pietschmann, Richard, NG 1:viii
Pig, BB 2:267; sacred, BB 1:336; an emblem of Typhon, BB 2:197; type of sacrifice, BB 2:575; typhonian genetrix, BB 2:576; black, sacrifice for rain, AE 1:21; type of evil, AE 2:645; type of Sut, evil being, AE 2:809, 846
Pigmies, = seven sons of Ptah, BB 2:358
Pi-ha-hiroth, before Baal-Zephon, AE 2:655-6
Pilgrim’s Progress, an outline of Ritual, AE 1:243
Pillar, type of Venus, NG 1:393; figure of north pole; figure of birthplace, AE 1:340; 'Heaven’s one Pillar,' a name of Japanese island of Ski; Japanese, at centre of the world, AE 1:351; of Shu, AE 1:352; Hebrew, of Lower and Upper Paradise, AE 1:353; between Lower and Upper Paradise, AE 1:445; of cloud; of fire, AE 2:639; of crystal, AE 2:697
Pillars, four, erection of, in Amenta, AE 1:220; two, in land of Siriad; two, of Sut and Horus, AE 1:266, 406; repeated in Amenta, AE 1:420; Ziggurat, AE 1:271; seven = heptanomis, AE 1:321; two, in gateway of house of Ptah, AE 1:326; two, erected by Queen Hatshepsu; two, of Sut and Horus, two poles in Equatoria; Japanese two, of Earth and Heaven; two, in Amenta, doorway from one world to another, AE 1:351; two, in a temple of Herakles at Tyre, AE 1:352; Germanic Irmin; Hebrew, 'the strength of the hill Zion,' AE 1:353; four, of four quarters, AE 1:502; twelve, of Twelve Tribes, AE 2:685
Pinga, seven dwarf sons of, ML 124
Pinturicchio (Bernardino di Betto Vagio), NG 1:504
Pisces, Ichthon or Ichthys, sign of, NG 1:452; sign of, Horus of two crocodiles, AE 1:302
Pisciculi, Equinoctial Christolators, NG 2:313; primitive Christians called 'little fishes,' ML 9, AE 2:734, 736
Piscis Australis, birth of water in, AE 1:299
Pisgah, Promised Land viewed from, AE 2:678; vanishing of Moses on, AE 2:683; mountain of Amenta, AE 2:685
Piskey, Cornish departed souls, moths, and fairies, BB 1:105
Pistis Sophia, means of bringing on Jesus legend from its Egyptian source, AE 2:771, 773; matter of, post-resurrectional, AE 2:771, 820; mysteries of Amenta, of Revelation, repeated in, AE 2:772; twelve dungeons of, corresponding to twelve divisions in Amenta; necessity of knowing magical names in, as in Amenta, AE 2:774; mysteries in, Egyptian astronomical mythology, AE 2:775-82; mystery of five supports referred to, AE 2:785; saviour twins in, dual Horus, AE 2:787; true version of Horus and Jesus in Amenta, AE 2:803; resurrection or 'Coming forth to day' of Egypto-Gnostic Jesus, AE 2:820
Pitcairn's Island, hieroglyphics found in, BB 2:593
Pithom, temple of, BB 1:209
Pitris, seven, ML 129
Placenta, 'land of one’s birth,' NG 1:152
Plagues of Egypt, AE 2:632, 641, 645, 652
Planets, seven, NG 2:77
Planisphere, its starting-point, AE 1:305; names of Egyptian cities in, AE 2:637
Plato, his dogmas derived from mythology, NG 1:8-9; perverter of primitive thought, ML 229
Platonic cross, NG 1:447
Platonization of mythology, NG 1:552
Pleiades, BB 2:47; as seven doves, BB 2:148; six not seven, NG 2:2
Pleroma, star of the, ML 50, AE 2:709
The Plough, = Great Bear, BB 1:261; constellation of Typhon, BB 2:53
Plucking the eyebrows, NG 1:99
Plutarch, on crocodiles, ML 134
Pluto, dog of, BB 1:219
Pole, horn-point, NG 1:351; tree or pillar, NG 1:353; erected at ceremonies of puberty, AE 1:60, 76; two sacred, of Arunta, AE 1:267; greasy, in British pastimes, AE 1:391; celestial, images of, AE 1:265, 311, 377, AE 2:607-8; Mount of, 'heaven’s Eye mountain,' AE 1:265; two, in Equatoria, AE 1:266, 268; sinking of, AE 1:302, AE 2:547; centre of starry system, AE 1:302; of Thigh, AE 1:310; yoke or bond of heaven, AE 1:311; 'Leg of Nut'; 'Leg of Ptah,' AE 1:310-11, AE 2:551, 605; staff of Anup; backbone of Osiris, AE 1:311; cord or chain attached to the, AE 1:323; apex of mount in, at the; backbone a figure of the, AE 1:352; two mounts as two trees, AE 1:353; Mount of Glory at the, AE 1:360; imaged as a pillar of glass, AE 1:391; a mooring post, AE 1:397, AE 2:553-4; represented by Mount, AE 1:499, AE 2:607; type of fixity, AE 2:552; stall of Shu, AE 2:555; Great Reed of Navajo Indians, AE 2:571; 'Tip of Heaven'; conical huts, a figure of, AE 2:575; seven stations of, AE 2:580, 601; types of, AE 2:580; Draconis, Lesser Bear, Kepheus, Cygnus, Lyra, Herakles, stations of, AE 2:580; change of, 3,714 years, AE 2:582; 'Peach-tree of the Gods,' AE 2:583; Dog-rib Indian legend, AE 2:584; re-erecting the, customs in connection with, AE 2:587; Great Mother and her son Sut, founders of the, AE 2:588; represented by seven trees or a tree with seven branches, by horns, dragon, fish, fish-men, eyes, caves, church, city, AE 2:605
Pole-star, Southern, AE 1:302; centre of stellar universe, AE 1:323; ancient deity of, AE 1:324; emblem of stability, type of eternal, type of supreme intelligence, AE 1:330; Eye of Anup, Chinese deity of, AE 1:331; above Chinese terrestrial paradise, AE 1:349; Japanese god of, AE 1:379; Sut, ruler of primal, AE 2:590; guide to ship of heaven; 'Star of the eagle' 'Star of the wain'; 'Star of the Shepherd of the heavenly flocks'; 'Key of the crown,' AE 2:597, 601; 'Crown of heaven,' AE 2:602; representative of Buddha, flop change of, a star falling from heaven, AE 2:701; light of the stellar paradise, AE 2:725
Pole-stars, on two horizons, AE 1:265
Polutu, Samoan Hades, AE 1:354
Polycarp, NG 2:469, 492, AE 1:383
Ponaturi, people of the knee-joint, NG 1:150
Pool, of baptism, purification, Bethesda, Siloam, NG 2:419, AE 1:236; of Khep, ML 134
Pool of An, BB 1:197
Pool of Hesmen, = place of menstrual purification, BB 2:37
Pool of Maat, BB 1:323
Pool of Pant, BB 1:91, BB 2:307, 356; in Ritual = Red Sea, BB 1:195, 255, BB 2:192, 232, 234, 243; belongs to solar allegory, BB 2:200; is red, BB 2:583
Pool of Persea, BB 1:322-3, BB 2:201, 246, 320, 510, 512
Pool of Two Truths, BB 1:181, 197-8, 285, 350, 384, BB 2:27, 90, 339, 512, 548, 550, 562, 586
Pope, chair of, zodiac on, NG 1:444; dressed in likeness of both sexes, AE 2:736
Pope Leo XII, BB 2:173
Porra, Masonry of Senegal, BB 2:658
Potipherah, BB 2:287
Pottery, buried with dead, NG 1:132
Prajapati, NG 1:177, 498, 509
Prayer, modes of, AE 1:34-6, 103; prayer offerings, AE 1:544
Precession, BB 2:394; parables of, Etruscan, NG 2:319; Arabic; Syriac, NG 2:320; Enoch, NG 2:325; Hindu, NG 2:322, 327; Mexican, NG 2:325, 328; Mohammedan, NG 2:332; Hebrew, NG 2:341; and Hipparchus, NG 2:320; Great Year of, NG 2:358-60; four ages, NG 2:325; its catastrophes, NG 2:335; and the Great Pyramid, NG 2:338; legends of, NG 2:341; circle of, one great year in, AE 1:423, AE 2:595; seven pole-stars, seven stages in, AE 1:428, AE 2:607, 613; relevance to, in Book of Job, AE 1:496; circle of Eternals, AE 2:581; Herodotus’ report on, AE 2:582; circle of Sidi, AE 2:605; creation of man in cycle of; great deluge of all at end of, AE 2:622; changes in, changes of birthdays for Jesus and Horus, AE 2:739; Horus in circle of, 'witness for eternity,' 'he who steppeth onwards through eternity,' 'persistent traveller,' AE 2:730; 'traveller of the heavenly road,' AE 2:791
Precursor and Preferred, NG 2:449
Priapus, BB 1:389; = Egyptian Khem, BB 2:166, 553
Primal pair, Bear and Dragon, NG 2:93
Primary elements of language, NG 1:280
Primeval powers, 'first company of the gods of Aarru,' AE 1:421; identified with Hebrew Elohim, AE 1:422
Primeval revelation, NG 1:12
Primitive, revelation, NG 1:3, 95; wisdom, NG 1:3; myths, most perfect, NG 1:10; types of power, NG 1:12; drama, NG 1:73; radicals, sounds not words, NG 1:251; customs, young man and young woman-making, NG 1:90, 96, 331, 335; Kaffir, NG 1:339; preserved. as divine, NG 1:509; animism, NG 1:380; spiritualism, NG 1:390; Christians, 'idiotai,' NG 2:485; man was not a theorist conceiving existence of an immortal soul, ML 199
Primordial powers, seven, two sets of names, AE 1:322; various types and names of, AE 1:422; seven elemental forces, AE 2:698
Primrose, flower of opening, NG 2:309
Prince Ivan, BB 2:616
Prince of Peace, = repa, BB 1:286; Horus the, AE 1:290, 293, 424, 498, 532; Iu-em-hetep, AE 1:417-8, 457, 500, 516; Augustus in character of, AE 2:742
Priority of motherhood, NG 1:456
Proclus, on Plato, NG 1:8; on Atlantis, NG 2:156
Prometheus, chained, BB 2:263; NG 2:248
Promiscuity, modification of, AE 1:84, 107; continued in religions festivals, AE 1:224
Promised land, Mount Hetep, AE 1:207; of negroes of Southern States of America, AE 1:382; Hebrew, AE 1:383; of Aarru, garden of Hetep, AE 1:385, 460, 540, AE 2:657; Ammah, the Goshen of Ritual, AE 2:652; account of abundance found there, compared with Amenta, AE 2:657; across firmamental waters, AE 2:678; on other side of Jordan, AE 2:684
Prophecy, kronian, NG 2:337
Props, four, of four quarters, NG 1:412
Prosepis, battle of, AE 2:688
Prostitution, BB 1:480
Prostrations, seven, nine, NG 1:79-80
Prydhain, BB 1:102, 356-7, 369, 462, BB 2:358; youthful solar god, BB 1:312, 502; earlier Christ, BB 1:357
Psammetichus, BB 1:34
Psychopompus, dog or jackal, NG 1:54-5
Ptah, BB 1:244, 465, BB 2:47, 69, 106, ML 116; painted green, BB 1:94, BB 1:330, 111; seven sons of, BB 1:133, BB 2:81, ML 124; the opener, BB 1:363, NG 1:89; frog-headed BB 1:129; the framer, BB 1:397; the builder, BB 1:481; tat sign of, BB 2:39, 194, 287; father of fathers of gods, BB 2:108; potter at his wheel, BB 2:126; personified as embryo, BB 2:299; = Egyptian Jupiter, BB 2:314; son of Num, BB 2:318; = Hebrew Terah, BB 2:320; father of, creator of, seven Khnemu, BB 2:560, ML 117; = Sekari, BB 2:645; and his seven Khnemmu = pygmies, ML 129, 230; reclother of soul, NG 1:128; fourfold god, NG 1:4, 7; of sixth heaven, NG 2:59; opener of abyss, NG 2:61; as beetle, AE 1:2, 405, 433; frog, AE 1:11, 30; husband of his mother, AE 1:86; elemental souls blended with human in, AE 1:182; first form of god father; cult of, at Memphis, AE 1:234; pygmy, AE 1:250; suspender of heaven, AE 1:267; leg of, image of pole, AE 1:311; two horizons united to his mansion, AE 1:326; excavator of Amenta, AE 1:344; passage through Mount tunnelled by, AE 1:345, 407, 411-2; supreme craftsman of gods, AE 1:345; Kamite Vulcan, AE 1:359, 365-6; builder of Hall of Truth and Justice, AE 1:359; a dwarf, AE 1:372; Egyptian first creator, AE 1:405, 407; Kheper and Tanen, titles of, AE 1:405; great architect of universe, AE 1:406, 453; 'Let the earth be!' title of, AE 1:409, 450; lifter of firmament of lower earth, AE 1:410; types of, as worker, AE 1:451, 453; builder of Ark of dead, AE 1:412; former of egg of sun and moon, AE 1:413; supreme god; former and transformer, father of beginnings, AE 1:413, 420; put-cycle of, AE 1:420, 433-4; supreme ruler for 9,000 years, AE 1:422; his name as opener; one god of Genesis; God the father and Iu the son, AE 1:423; link between elemental powers and spirit ancestors; portrayed on monuments as creator of human soul, AE 1:433; male mother, AE 1:434; male and female in one, AE 1:439; opener of mouth, giver of breath, AE 1:441; Huhi, Ihnh, Iao, Ieou, names of, AE 1:500; wise god who spoke words of wisdom to his son, AE 1:517; universe of, divided into three regions, Amenta, earth, heaven, AE 2:853; grandfather of gods, AE 2:891; earliest form of eternal father manifested in an ever-coming son, AE 2:894
Ptah-hept, his precepts, BB 1:10, AE 1:517; maxims of, most ancient book in the world, BB 2:107
Ptah-Sekari-Osiris, Feast of, yearly festival of the resurrection, AE 2:740
Ptah-Tanen, his land below the waves, AE 1:369; opener of the earth, AE 1:404; maker of earth, AE 1:406; hailed as creator, AE 1:410
Ptah-Tatanen, BB 2:553, 579; of lower earth, Lord of eternity, AE 1:454
Ptolemaic system, NG 2:88
Puanta or Punt, name of, land of, AE 1:262-4; water of the Abyss, AE 1:278; Atum rising from, AE 1:459; conical huts on piles, AE 2:575; land of gods, AE 2:635
Puberty, Horus-lock, BB 1:19; hair, type of, NG 1:99; Bes-Horus, type of transformation at, NG 1:121; Punch, a personification of, NG 1:214; festival of, NG 2:269; Messiah born at, NG 2:358; Shiloship of, NG 2:375; ceremonies of, AE 1:64; amongst Yao people, AE 1:254; transformation at, AE 1:65; seclusion previous to, AE 1:69, 135; opening rite, AE 1:75-6; running through rain, AE 1:534; connected with mysteries of mediumship, AE 1:169; top-knot assumed by Kaffirs at, AE 2:866
Pubes, an opener, NG 1:89
Pubescence, customs of, Vei, Babylonian, Indian, NG 1:90; Kaffir, Australian, NG 1:91; Maori, Zulu, Bongo, Musgoo, NG 1:92; Parsee, NG 1:93; Eskimo, Australian, Peruvian, Javanese, NG 1:94; Maori, Unyamwezi, NG 1:95; female, Kaffir, type of, NG 1:91; knot sign, NG 1:92-6; nail-mark sign of, NG 1:438; stone of, NG 2:360; opening time, ML 167
Pucelage and cuisssge, NG 1:90
Puck, a hobgoblin, BB 1:255, 470
Puff-adder, self-named, NG 1:250
Pukh, cat-headed goddess, BB 1:255
Pukha, infernal region, BB 1:255
Punch, and Judy, BB 1:208; personification of puberty, NG 1:214
Pungel, god of Melbourne Blacks, ML 223, AE 1:440
Puudjel and Kar-ween, male twins, NG 1:478
Pung-Lai, Chinese island of, brought by a tortoise, AE 2:618
Punt, red pool, ML 19
Purgatory, in Amenta, AE 1:415, 480
Purusha, ML 222
Put-cycle, BB 1:283, 396, 415, 465; circle of gods, AE 1:344, 422, 432; equivalent to Elohim of Genesis, AE 1:420, 423; number nine, Egyptian plural, AE 1:425; figures of; nine gods of, AE 2:634
Putah, beetle-headed god, BB 1:111
Putha, original of Buddha, ML 78
Putrata, gulf of, AE 1:240, 361-2, 396, AE 2:613; caverns of, AE 1:361; Lake of, AE 1:395, 418, AE 2:829; = Red Sea, AE 2:640
Pwyll, BB 1:345; Lord of Annwn, BB 1:345; Mars, BB 1:346
Pygmies, AE 1:249; seven primal powers, AE 2:594
Pyramid, BB 1:303, BB 2:658; a well lid, NG 2:191; Sut buried in (Arab tradition), AE 1:266; of Sakkarah, seven-stepped, AE 1:391; artificial figure of Mount; tubular shaft of pyramid of Gizeh representative of way to heaven, also pointer to pole-star, AE 1:394; nine pyramids of Mexicans representing sun, moon, and seven stars; Great, a sign of seven, AE 2:607; of Medum, evidence that 6,000 years ago the dead buried in faith of Cross, AE 2:749; the ka-chambers in, built on plan of Greek and Roman crosses, AE 2:750
Pythoness, NG 1:393
Pythonesses, mothers of serpent, NG 1:300, ML 207
'Quack-quack,' bird language, NG 1:270
Quadrangular caer, NG 1:419
Queen Bakt-ur-Nru, BB 2:422
Queen Saba, BB 2:171
Queen Sebek-nefer-Ra, BB 2:402
Queen Ta-Seser, tomb of, BB 2:484
Queen Taiu, BB 2:406, 432
Queen Tiy, nude portrait of, BB 2:378
Quetzalcoatl, BB 2:262
Quiché legend, BB 2:207-8
Qodesh, BB 2:30
Qoph, BB 2:121
R, the dog’s letter, NG 1:273
Ra, BB 1:237, ML 190; sun-god, BB 2:63; legend of god, primitive creation, BB 2:111- 3; borne between horns of Hathor, BB 2:112; kingdom of, BB 2:141; Creation by, BB 2:203;  denotes the Rek, BB 2:287; fourteen kas or images, BB 2:670; sun-god characteristics, assigned to the Christ of the gospels, ML 12; seven spirits of, ML 124, 134AE 1:172, 422, 430; possesses fourteen spirits or kas, ML 172; soul of sun, AE 1:121; Sun-god, AE 1:126; Holy Spirit, source of divine descent, AE 1:165, AE 2:853; first god in the trinity of Ra, Atum, and Horus, AE 1:188; the Litany of Ra, AE 1:420, 442, adoration of, AE 1:420; men, stars, souls, the children of, AE 2:630; 'flocks' of, AE 2:648-9, 651, 653; children of, AE 2:650; revealing himself to Shu, compared with god of Moses, AE 2:667; = Huhi, the eternal, Ihuh, AE 2:668; = 'Ancient of Days,' AE 2:704; supreme type of deity, solar hawk, symbol of, AE 2:843; father in heaven as god in spirit, AE 2:853
Ra-Har, BB 1:13
Ra-Nehsi, the nigger-god, BB 2:329
Rabbinical legends, NG 1:338, NG 2:125, 128, 209, 289, 300, 319
Rabu, the beast, BB 2:193
Rahab, the dragon = Leviathan, BB 2:192, 233, 272; Hebrew type-name for Egypt, BB 2:273
Rahu, a timekeeper, NG 2:95, 112
Rahab, survival of Great Mother, AE 2:686
Rainbow, of disease, NG 2:121; serpent of heaven, NG 2:305; bridge of gods from earth to heaven; snake bridge of North American Indians, bridge for souls of Moon chieftains; Samoan Laa Maomao, 'Long step of the god,' AE 1:393
Ram, a type of Christ, NG 1:453; twelve apostles of, NG 2:87; of fulfilment, NG 2:326; sign of, solar resurrection in, AE 1:543
Rameses I, BB 2:409, 411; tomb of, BB 2:198
Rameses II, BB 1:9, 13, 88-9, 177, 463, BB 2:194, 202, 309, 385, 392, 401
Rameses III, BB 1:15, 22, 390, BB 2:63, 69, 386, 406, 418
Rameses VI, tomb of, BB 2:142, 387, ML 113, 172
Rank, attained at puberty, NG 1:101
Rannut, BB 1:343; as serpent, AE 1:2, 272; type of Great Mother, goddess of plant life, AE 1:140, 271; serpent of, type of transformation, AE 1:421; goddess of harvest, vegetation; Parmuti, the eighth month, AE 2:734
Raratongan deluge, NG 2:195
Rasi-Chakra, BB 2:136
Rat, abominable of the sun, as Apophis, BB 1:323, 334
Raven, sign of death, NG 1:40; Arthur transformed into; a bird of separation, NG 1:475; and dove, NG 2:198
Raw head and bloody bones, BB 1:255, BB 2:233
Rawlinson, on Egyptian religion, NG 1:7
Red Dragon of Revelation, = ancient mother, BB 2:360
Red earth of creation, NG 2:37-8
Red ochre, ML 214
Red Sea, or Pant, BB 1:233, 255, 294; BB 2:55, 115, 176, 212, 232, 234, 242, 355; fabled home and birthplace, ML 242
Redcliffe, Lord Stratford de, NG 2:171
Reed, male emblem, NG 1:177; as father, NG 1:395
Reed Day, BB 1:289
Regeneration, Jesus and Hermes on, AE 2:822-3; baptismal, AE 2:864
Regio paradisi, inner African, NG 2:162, 170
Regulus (Cor-Leonis), BB 1:212, 345; BB 2:244, 247
Rehu, two lions, = Sut and Horus, AE 1:253, AE 2:837
Reindeer, type of soul, NG 1:52
Rekhit, living human beings, AE 1:385
Religion, its rise and development, NG 1:3; preceded by mythology, NG 1:4; its double doctrine, NG 1:7; origin of name, NG 2:343; faith has taken place of knowledge. ML 265; the coming religion must be founded on knowledge, ML 278; of the future will include spiritualism, and salvation of humanity for this life, ML 286; of Wanyamwesi, pygmies of Ituri forest, worship of spirits, AE 1:150-1; beginning of, worship of providence figured as Great Mother, AE 1:497
Religious cult, earliest form of, AE 1:146
Rem-Rem, = place of weeping, AE 1:373
Remi, the weeper, BB 2:335-6, ML 12
Renan, on Semitic monotheism, NG 1:518
Renen, the gestator, NG 1:51
Renewal, type of, NG 1:293
Renka, Eg. the pubes, NG 1:100
Rennut, the Virgin Mother, BB 1:238, 314, 319, BB 2:72; serpent-goddess, BB 2:342
Renouf, his denial of the Egyptian One God, NG 1:2; his letter to Massey, ML 249
Repa, BB 1:102, BB 2:247; heir-apparent, BB 1:215, 286, ML 222; = royal son, BB 2:76; Iu-em-hept, = prince of peace, = Solomon, BB 2:106; 'Prince of Ethiopia,' BB 2:271
Rephaim, valley of, AE 1:475-6; the dead in Sheol, AE 1:476; giants, AE 1:476, AE 2:658; King of Bashan, Goliath, AE 1:476
Rephidim, BB 2:263; region of gloom, terror, etc, BB 2:241
Repit, goddess of harvest, BB 2:463
Reproduction, festival of, for food, AE 1:104-8
Rerit or Rert, BB 1:262, 277, 358, BB 2:152; goddess of north pole, suckler in shape of a sow, BB 2:160; = Assyrian Lilit, Arabian Halalath, Hebrew Lilith, BB 2:383NG 2:14, ML 126; primordial timekeeper, BB 2:658; sow, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97, 301; suckler, AE 1:306
Resh, BB 2:123
Resta, type of preservation, NG 2:182
Resurrection, kronian, NG 2:481; in trance condition, ML 67; resurrection not physical, ML 101; physical not Egyptian, ML 215-7; physical one not a fact in nature, ML 278; phallus, type of, AE 1:38 Amsu-Horus, type of, AE 1:190; Ritual of, AE 2:593; trepanning and inserting bones of little children; other customs showing belief in; carrying round the ka-image; elevation of Host, AE 1:213; mummy, type of, in Roman catacombs, AE 1:219; Arunta, mystery of, AE 1:245; Horus representative of, AE 1:290; Osiris, Horus, Amsu, in Amenta, AE 740; Paul’s struggle to attain, AE 2:790; mystery of Amenta, AE 2:813, 818; on third day, AE 2:814, 868, 887; in Amenta, repeated in the Gospels, AE 2:817; ascending the mountain of Amenta, a figure of, AE 2:819; of the soul, first represented in mysteries of Memphis, AE 2:842; events in Gospels which occurred after the, AE 2:863; first and second, in the mysteries, AE 2:863; annual, AE 2:867; general, at time of crucifixion, AE 2:877; of Jesus compared with Horus, AE 2:878-9; two kinds, AE 2:881; of Jesus, proclaimed by the women, of Horus, proclaimed by the goddesses and the women, AE 2:882
Revelation, Vedic Smriti, NG 1:10; misinterpreted, NG 1:15; primitive, NG 1:95; primeval, NG 1:112; Mithraic, NG 2:379; book of, prophecy fulfilled in, ML 8
Revelation, book of, based on Egyptian astronomical mythology, AE 2:690; matter of, compared with writings of Taht-Aan, AE 2:699; chief subject-matter, = Last Judgment as portrayed in mysteries of Amenta, AE 2:715; astronomy of, time of vernal equinox in the Ram, AE 2:722
Revolt in heaven, NG 2:111
Reynard the fox, ML 171
Rhea, BB 2:148; the legend of, AE 1:3
Rhea Silvia
, mother of Romulus, BB 1:227
Rimmon
, god of Damascus, BB 2:330
Ring
, sign of reproduction, NG 1:92-3; wedding, and fourth digit, NG 1:420
Rishis, seven, BB 1:212, BB 2:73, ML 124
Ritual, the, parallels in NT, ML 59; chapters = sayings, ML 59 (See also Ritual Index)
Rivers, British, Egyptian naming of, BB 1:181; of the world, show Egyptian nomenclature, BB 1:200
Roarers, NG 1:274
Robinson Crusoe, on God, ML 142
Roc, Eg. rukh, Eng. rook, NG 1:430
Rock, type of Mother earth, AE 1:36, 100-2; co-type with the Mount, AE 1:353, AE 2:826; of Manannan, AE 1:375; of safety amidst the waters in Sheol, AE 1:484; waters from the, AE 2:667; Horus established his father’s Kingdom on, Jesus built his church on; gates of Amenta in; of the Tser hill, AE 2:826
Rock of Ages, NG 2:362
Rock of Israel, BB 2:210, NG 2:361
Rock-lizard, ideograph of becoming numerous and multiplying, BB 2:554
Rocking-stone, NG 2:363
Rod, of Moses, AE 2:646, 667; of Egyptian priests, AE 2:646
Rogation Monday, BB 1:282
Roma, fish-goddess, AE 2:736
Roman catacombs, risen Lazarus is represented as mummy, ML 12
Roman Church, adopts angels and archangels as saints, ML 99; at root Egyptian, AE 1:242
Romans on Christianity, BB 1:444-6, NG 2:485
Rome, seven hills of, BB 1:320; = fish, NG 2:396; not recognised by Christ, ML 71; probable derivation of name; Mother Church in, a living likeness of Fish-Mother, AE 2:736
Romulus, BB 1:227; and Remus, BB 1:385
Rongo and Tangaroa, twin brothers, NG 1:480
Rosetta stone, BB 2:136
Round Table, = twelve signs, BB 1:225, 437
Round Towers, Irish, BB 1:481
Royal Masonic Arch, BB 2:147
Ruach, enters body at thirteen years, ML 221
Ruhak, deluding snake, ML 207
Rusta [Rostau], jaws of, BB 2:136, AE 2:703
Rut or Ruti, name of Egyptians on monuments, BB 1:27
S.S.S., = 666, = number of the Beast, NG 1:366
St. Andrew, BB 1:297
St. Bridget, BB 1:466
St. Catherine, BB 1:319
St. Clair, George, NG 1:viii
St. Columbkille, AE 1:284
St. David's Day, BB 1:268
St. George, BB 1:306, 442
St. Giles, BB 1:290
St. Hugh, BB 1:342
St. James's Day, BB 1:290
St. John's Day, BB 1:288, 468
St. Leonard's Day, BB 1:297
St. Margaret's Day, BB 1:365
St. Mark's Day, BB 1:342
St. Michael's Mount, BB 1:496
St. Nicholas, BB 1:274, 341
St. Pantaenus, NG 2:469
St. Patrick, BB 1:275-6, 465, BB 2:191
St. Paul's cathedral, BB 1:314, 319, 469
St. Perran, BB 1:462
St. Peter, BB 1:289; Day, BB 1:289
St. Sophia, BB 2:299
St. Stephen's Day, BB 1:301
St. Swithin, BB 1:364
St. Thomas, BB 1:291, 299, 340
Sa, magical fluid, AE 1:175, AE 2:795; lake of, in polar paradise, AE 1:378, 385; lake in which gods were vitalized, AE 2:795
Sabaoth, also Iao-Sabaoth, deity with face of an ass, ML 124, AE 2:506
Sabazios, torn into seven parts, NG 2:78
Sabbath, BB 2:23, 215, 292; was sabean first, BB 1:15; two origins, NG 2:213, 289; sixth day, NG 2:274; of the year, NG 2:291; monthly, NG 2:292; half-yearly, fortnightly, NG 2:293; lamp of, NG 2:294; as seventh day, NG 2:297; phallic customs of, NG 2:298; 8th day of solar reckoning, ML 104; keeping holy seventh day, ML 111; in Genesis, ML 121; origin of; Jewish, Christian, Egyptian, AE 1:426-7, 746-7; Hawaiian; a sixth day of the Monomatapas, AE 1:427; Assyrian, AE 2:748; origin of two dates for, AE 2:748-9
Sabbatosis, the disease of Egypt, BB 2:24
Sabot, the Eunuchs, NG 2:79
Sacrifice, BB 1:9; mother the first, AE 1:71, 234; of Meriah, AE 1:74; a virgin, AE 1:75; cow, calf, sow, as types of Great Mother, AE 1:97; victim slain and eaten, AE 1:105; 'without blemish,' AE 1:148; of human blood, AE 1:158; blood, feminine, AE 1:234; after baptism, AE 1:364; black boar of Sut offered up by Khunsu-Horus, AE 1:366; after deluge, AE 2:568-9; Mexican, of children Hebrew, of rams, bulls, AE 2:604; lamb and calf, types of, AE 2:695; Great Mother; ever-coming child, AE 2:727; Horus, voluntary, AE 2:728; to Osiris, Lord of Eternity, at festival of resurrection, AE 2:740; not a bone of sacrificial animal to be broken, AE 2:877
Safre, sun of yesterday, AE 1:334
Sagittarius, compound of Shu and Tefnut, AE 1:297, 302, 366
Sahu, constellation = Orion, BB 2:142, 368
Sahu, glorious body, AE 1:198, 359, 395, 479; in planisphere, representative of manes rising from Amenta; Babylonian constellation, AE 1:319; spiritual body, one of seven souls, AE 1:479; seven with Horus, AE 2:593; the Invested, AE 2:781; = risen Amsu-Horus, AE 2:800
Sail, = type of soul or breath, BB 1:106; symbol of breath, NG 1:155
Sais, city of, when founded, AE 2:623
Saitae, = Sut-Typhonians, the Yonias, Ionians, worshippers of mother and child, BB 2:426
Sakkarah, recent discoveries, NG 2:318; pyramid of, AE 1:391 (See also Saqqara)
Sakti and Sakteyas, NG 1:392
Salem, Mount, AE 2:675
Salome, whom Greeks called Alexandra, ML 2; mother of Hyrcanus, ML 2
Salvation, modes of, NG 2:4; by child-bearing, NG 2:134; through wisdom, NG 2:153, 155
Sambation, mystical river, NG 2:288
Sami, BB 2:33; assembly of Typhon, BB 2:96; cemis, Carib, NG 1:295; seventy-two who serve Sut-Typhon, ML 77, 175; conspirators, ML 176 (See also Sebau)
Samson, BB 1:355, BB 2:59, 145, 499, ML 137; legend of, ML 175-6; lame in both his feet, ML 177
Samuel, his soul invoked from Amenta, AE 1:480
San Grael, BB 1:427
Sang-gye, = seven Buddhas, AE 1:435
Sanhedrim, BB 2:62
Saqqara, step-pyramid of, BB 1:39, 403, BB 2:75 (See also Sakkarah)
Satan, BB 1:253, BB 2:55, 108, 277, 332; the Accuser, BB 2:94; dispute with Horus was annual, BB 2:110; and Sut, deity/demon, one and the same, BB 2:382; his fall, NG 2:457; eternal adversary of souls, ML 147; as the ass, ML 149; showed Jesus kingdoms of the world, ML 186 (See also Devil)
Saturday, = day of Sut, BB 2:25; origin of, NG 2:293
Saturn, BB 1:357, BB 2:145, 165; = Egyptian Sut, BB 1:364, 450, ML 126; = Chaldean Lubat-Sukus, BB 2:463; legend of, AE 1:306; Mount of, one of seven hills of Rome, AE 2:610
Saturnalia, in relation to equinoctial level, AE 1:327; of Sut, AE 2:877, 937
Saturninus, a Revivalist of Gnosticism, ML 51
Sau and Hakau, gods, BB 2:291
Savaiki, home of men and gods, BB 2:191; Mangaian migration from, AE 2:634
Saviour, phallic, NG 2:134; earliest known, AE 1:292; bringer of food; shower of way to attain eternal life, AE 2:727
Sayce, on his Babylonian religions lectures, ML 133; dismisses Massey's work, ML 249
Sayers, as elementaries, NG 2:338
Sayings and sayer, NG 1:136; not original, not personal to historical Jesus, ML 61; sayings of the Lord were prehistoric, ML 77; collection of, ML 89
Sayings of Jesus, Horus, Iu, Iu-em-hetep = the sayers of, AE 2:890; two classes of, those of childhood and adultship, AE 2:891
'Sayings of the Lord'see Logia Kuriaka
Scalp, symbol of manhood, NG 1:101
Scarabaeus, rolled up its seed in excrement, taken by Egyptians as type of Creator, BB 2:468; type of being, self-originating substance, self-sustaining power, BB 2:550; symbol of self-begotten god, BB 2:635; type of Khepra's transformation, BB 2:646
Scarlet, lady, AE 2:698; robe put on Jesus, AE 2:874
Schleicher, August, NG 1:242
Scomalt, earth-mother of the Okanagaus, deluge of, AE 2:546
Scorpio, sign of, AE 1:297; Scorpio, Isis-Serkh, AE 1:302
Scorpion, in three signs, NG 2:197
Scylla, BB 2:348
Sea-goat, compound figure of, AE 1:298
Seals, origin of, NG 2:361
Seasons, two, in Egypt, AE 1:295
Seb, BB 1:255; children of, BB 1:448; = Kronus, BB 2:24, 76; = Time, BB 2:113, 132; = earlier Keb, Kep, or Kef, BB 2:148; bow of, BB 2:25, 654; father of the gods, NG 1:457; = Jupiter, NG 1:522; of fifth heaven, NG 2:57; planetary soul of Jupiter, NG 2:58; lord of middle earth, NG 2:58; great inundator, NG 2:186; god of earth in Scorpio, NG 2:202; in one phase of character = Earth, ML 258; as goose, AE 1:2, 52, 126, 436; father of food, AE 1:37, 524; soul of earth, AE 1:121; arbitrator between Sut and Horus; upper earth of, AE 1:414; Sut and Horus children of, AE 1:420; god of earth; foster-father of Horus, AE 2:825, 853, 895; latest dynasty of Egyptian deities born of, AE 2:848; prototype of Joseph, AE 2:895
Sebau, or sami, demons of darkness, AE 1:121, 241; bound in chains, AE 1:241; inimical powers of nature, AE 1:273; spawn of reptile Apap, AE 1:272, 286; repeated in Amenta, AE 1:420; co-conspirators of Sut, AE 1:471; the 'wicked' in Psalms, AE 1:478; destroyed in the deluge, AE 2:553, 557, 634; slaughtered in battles of Amenta, AE 2:652
Seb-Kronus, = Time, ML 175
Seb-Saturn, BB 2:132
Sebek, BB 2:24; or Khebek, crocodile-headed god of darkness, BB 1:43; capturer, as crocodile-headed deity, BB 2:240; or Kevekh, BB 2:337; worshipped in thirteenth dynasty, BB 2:338; god of seventh creation, NG 2:50; as crocodile, AE 1:2, 59, 387, 436, AE 2:677; fish of inundation, AE 1:274; crocodile-headed deity; oldest type of solar Horus; solar dragon; origin of beast with seven-heads, AE 2:708; Lord of Bakhu, AE 1:524
Sebek-Horus, in the abyss, AE 1:278; fish-man, AE 1:278, 301; nome of, AE 2:550; crocodile, AE 2:594, 708; seven-headed dragon, AE 2:709
Sebek-nefer-Ra, king of twelfth dynasty, BB 1:42
Sebek-Ra, introduced in thirteenth dynasty, BB 1:42, BB 2:321
Sebekhept III, colossal granite statue of, BB 2:402
Sebt or Sapt, BB 1:448, BB 2:369
Sebti, = Sut, BB 1:376
Second Adam, = Paul's gnostic Christ, ML 42, 238
Second sight, ML 238
Sefa, earlier Kefa, goddess of inundation, BB 1:197
Sefekh or Sefkh, BB 1:362, BB 2:148; consort of Taht, BB 2:37, 81; signifies no. 7, BB 2:85; goddess of seven, BB 2:134; mistress of writings, BB 2:286; crocodile-headed god, BB 2:321
Sefekhabu, BB 2:147
Sehept-ab-ra, BB 1:45
Seithenhin, = Sut, son of Saidi, BB 1:363-4; let in the deluge, BB 1:406
Sekari, BB 2:105; ark of BB 1:336; = a title of Ptah BB 1:466; a character of Ptah, AE 1:234, 416; ship of, laid on the stocks, AE 1:413; sandy realm of burial, AE 1:416, AE 2:643, 697; burial in, compared with Numbers xiv. 41, and Exodus xiv. 11, AE 2:643-4; darkness of; title of mutilated Osiris, AE 2:575
Sekhem, BB 2:259; where Horus suffered, AE 1:471; burial-place of mummy Osiris where he rises in spirit, AE 2:654, 825; Sut paralyzed and bound arm of Osiris; Horus frees his arm,  triumphing, AE 2:832; Horus the Prince of, AE 2:843
Sekhet, ML 175; goddess of fire, BB 1:366, 465, 467-8; vomits flames, BB 2:240; goddess of intoxication, BB 2:633; lunar goddess, slayer of serpent, AE 1:462; cat-headed consort of Ptah, AE 1:462, 505, AE 2:689; ancestress of human race, AE 1:505; deluge of, AE 2:546; solar goddess, AE 2:557; mother of Atum-Horus, AE 2:788
Sekhet-Bast, Great Mother, 'mightier than all the gods,' AE 1:179, AE 2:698; goddess of sexual passion, AE 1:250, AE 2:698; lady of scarlet-coloured garment, AE 2:698
Sekhet-Hetep or Sekhet-Aarru, origin of Iranian paradise, Semitic Garden of Eden, Greek Elysian Fields, AE 1:385; 'stream of the lake' in, compared with river in Eden, AE 1:405; fields of, called into existence by Ra, AE 2:557
Sekhet-Ra, field of the sun, BB 1:39
Sektit bark, AE 1:361
Selago, BB 1:88
Selene, BB 1:314
Selk, BB 1:471
Sem-pi-Khart or Semphucrates, solar god, sun of the west, BB 2:434
Sem-Sem, mystery of, BB 1:323, BB 2:289; re-genesis, BB 1:402
Semenkhara-Mermesh, BB 2:403
Semiramis, BB 1:424, BB 2:147, 190, 281, 435, 486; androgynous type, NG 1:512
Semitic, language, Kamitic came first, BB 2:511-16; monotheism, Renan on, NG 1:518
Sensitive root, NG 1:387
Sephiroth, ten gods or powers, NG 1:287, NG 2:40, AE 1:422
Septiformis, genetrix type = water-horse, BB 2:160
Sepulchre, four soldiers who guard it parallel four guardians of coffin of Osiris, AE 2:876; the women at, AE 2:882-4; angel rolling away the stone compared with Shu, AE 2:884; young man sitting in, arrayed in white, compared with the ka; two men, two angels, sitting in, AE 2:885
Serapeum, BB 1:256
Serapis, BB 2:391; soul of both sexes; Egypto-Gnostic Christ, AE 2:753; born of Virgin mother; worship of, AE 2:756
Serk, scorpion goddess, consecrated to Sothis, BB 2:240, 617
Serkh, as scorpion, BB 1:471, AE 1:2
Sermon on the Mount, NG 2:425
Serpent or Dragon, BB 2:54-5, 343; hieroglyphic symbol of divine, BB 1:223; -Woman, BB 1:238; drinking sap to cure venom of, BB 1:254; and tree BB 2:82; feminine type of Two Truths, BB 2:549; killers of, NG 1:36; totemic type, NG 1:65; temples in Cashmere and Cambodia, NG 1:292; its ways, NG 1:293; Apap, of darkness, NG 1:295; synonymous with mouth, NG 1:297; of lightning, with five heads, NG 1:298; as charmer or magician, NG 1:299; oracles, NG 1:300; lizard; charmer, NG 1:301; of heaven, rainbow, NG 1:305; woman, bruiser of, NG 1:311, NG 2:137, 158; an elementary of fire, NG 1:324; as seven-headed thunderbolt, NG 1:328; sign of a year; Two Truths, NG 1:334; with twelve heads, NG 1:335; woman, of dark mind, NG 1:337; or lizard, divider of sexes, NG 1:337-8; of rebirth, Nenuti, emblem of mystery, NG 1:340; of four quarters, NG 1:346; and tree twin type, NG 1:355; guards Tree of Knowledge, NG 1:361; lets in deluge, NG 2:180; as logos, NG 2:339; representative of darkness, type of time, renewal, ML 114; in Book of Revelation, ML 114; wisdom of ML 206; Africa home of serpent-wisdom, ML 207; type of feminine transformation, AE 1:62, 421; mother totem, AE 1:66; as Rannut, type of Great Mother, AE 1:97, 274; symbol of renewal, AE 1:119, 273; seven Urwus powers, AE 1:273; believed to be at the bottom of Nile, AE 1:292; serpent and tree, male and female figures, AE 1:453; type of Great Mother Rep, giver of fruit, AE 1:457; offering fruit in scene on coffin of Penpu, AE 1:459; also on tomb of Rameses VI, and on statue in museum at Turin, AE 1:460; Menwyds, ark made of serpents; the Sesha Naga, AE 2:573; evil, symbolical of drought, darkness, dearth, AE 2:592; rod turned into; Good and Bad, AE 2:646; fiery; brazen, AE 2:647; hits Horus going down into Egypt, AE 2:768
Serpent, as symbol, of gestator; of ancestral spirit, NG 1:51
Serpent, as type of renewal, NG 1:51; of disease, NG 1:302; of wisdom, NG 1:304; sacrifice, NG 1:311; feminine periodicity, NG 1:339; in three phases, NG 1:362
Serpentarius, figure of Dorus-Ophinchus, AE 1:315
Sesha-naga, seven-headed, NG 1:350
Seshu, seven servants of Horus, AE 2:692; given to Jesus, AE 2:693
Sesennu, region of Eight Gods, BB 1:265, 397, 436, 488; a place of agitation, torment, distraction, desolation, and darkness, BB 2:36, 83
Sesostris, BB 1:215
Set—see Sut
Seth, BB 1:31, BB 2:146, 269, 287
Seti IBB 1:463, BB 2:392; tomb of, BB 1:27, BB 2:110, 198, 226, 268; temple of, BB 1:42, BB 2:75, 368
Seti II, BB 2:415, 424
Seti Mer-en-Ptah, BB 2:401
Sevekh, is no. 7, BB 2:337; seventh elementary, first god, NG 1:321, ML 125, 134, 147, 180; the sevenfold, ML 230, 241
Sevekh-Ra, his overthrow of Amen, BB 2:280, NG 2:77, ML 129
Seven, BB 2:51, 129, 137-8, 360, 502; Rishis, Hohgates, sons of Sydik, BB 1:359; caves, BB 1:448; male companions, etc., BB 2:149; spirits in Ritual; Amset, Hapi, Tuautmutf, Kabhsenuf Maaentefef, Karbukef, and Harkhent S'khem, BB 2:157; spirits, BB 2:359; dwarfs, BB 2:562; elementaries, NG 1:5, 264, 268, NG 2:151; spirits of Great Bear, NG 1:6; inner African type name of, NG 1:218; and forefinger of right hand, NG 1:219; type name of, NG 1:220; vowels, sung to scale, NG 1:286; vowels or breaths represent seven spirits, NG 1:287; sevenfold litany, NG 1:289; powers of the word, NG 1:290; types, universal, NG 1:291; devils, born of the dark, NG 1:297; elementaries in Chaos, NG 1:314; elements, NG 1:316; Persian Amshaspands, Kabiri, sons of Sydik; Governors, divine Pymander; Fountain spirits, Boehme; assistants of Ptah, NG 1:317; souls of Ra, NG 1:318; elementaries idealised, NG 1:322; little kids and wolf, NG 1:336; uraei, NG 1:346; great spirits, NG 1:348; heads of dragon; seven-headed cobra or naga, NG 1:349-50; trees, NG 1:451; kings, who were brothers, NG 1:484; cows, mystery of, NG 2:1-2, 461; sisters; Arushis, NG 2:2; giants, NG 2:5; celestial nymphs, NG 2:13; swans; male, NG 2:14; mountains, NG 2:15, 52; companions, Kabiri, NG 2:22; islands of Avaiki, NG 2:24, 227; Rishis, NG 2:24, 215, 321-24; streams, NG 2:24; streams of knowledge, NG 2:64; Governors, NG 2:40; halls of Osiris; chief staircases, NG 2:50; chieftains, twofold, NG 2:52; heaven, creations of, (1st) the Great Mother, (2nd) Sut-Horus, male twins, (3rd) Shu and Tefnut, male-female, (4th) Taht, lunar, (5th) Seb, NG 2:57, (6th) Ptah, NG 2:59, (7th) Atum-Ra, NG 2:68, 73; patriarchs, NG 2:75, 324; races imaged by zootypes, NG 2:74; constellations and planets, NG 2:77; prostrations, NG 2:79; and 8, mystical formula, NG 2:80; pillar, house of, NG 2:82; metals, NG 2:84; heavens of Tao, NG 2:86; zones of the soul, NG 2:88; sleepers and their dog, NG 2:105; watchers, who fell, NG 2:107; Hohgates, NG 2:108; watchers, Akkadian, NG 2:109; evil spirits, NG 2:112; waters prior to four rivers, NG 2:167; years’ drought, NG 2:178; seven-headed serpent, NG 2:215; giants, saved, NG 2:219-20; giants sustain the world, NG 2:220; Hohgates turned into stars, NG 2:221; sacrifices on seven hills, NG 2:223; altars—pyramids, NG 2:224; stepped pyramid, NG 2:225; kings of Chaldean creation, NG 2:227; provinces of Dyfed, NG 2:227; islands of Atlantis; mountains submerged, NG 2:228; islands of Lesser Antilles, NG 2:229; zootypes, Japanese, NG 2:233; and to point, NG 2:290; days, an annual Sabbath, NG 2:291; followed by 10, NG 2:313-6; rulers of the world, NG 2:321; in oath, NG 2:344; days’ silence, NG 2:381; lamps, altars, NG 2:385; stars, mystery of, NG 2:386; spirits, various, NG 2:387; loaves, NG 2:422; meris = women, NG 2:461; Hathors, wise men, NG 2:463; planks, NG 2:464; fishers, NG 2:466-7; mountains, overthrown, ML 123; souls, ML 219; elemental powers, stars, ML 220; vowels, ML 236; zootypes adopted to represent elements in external nature, ML 241; watchers, in heaven = stars, cause of Fall, ML 123-4; inexact and unfaithful, ML 125; children of Great Mother, AE 1:24, 497, AE 2:600, 700, 703; mothers, cows, fates, AE 1:25, 407; seven Hathors, AE 1:26, 96, 375, 407; sons, consorts of the mother, AE 1:59; souls, powers of elements represented by zootypes, AE1:86, 437; males, group of, Babylonian, Zuni Indian, deities, AE 1:87; glorious ones, AE 1:120, 323, 350, 359, 395, AE 2:592, 598, 614, 698, 703, 716, 737; souls of Ra, AE 1:172, 422, 430, AE 2:593; constituent souls of the deceased, AE 1:245; oases, AE 1:264, AE 2:604; Aunnaki, AE 1:272, 323, 338, 412; serpents, demons, winds, evil spirits, plagues, AE 1:273; cows, sows, AE 1:301, 510, AE 2:884; nomes of Egypt, AE 1:305, 428, AE 2:550; powers, spirits, AE 1:310, 322, 395, 422, 497, AE 2:592, 699, 707; stars which never set, AE 1:310, 324, 329, 423, AE 2:593, 612, 699, 705, 716, 720; rollers round pole, AE 1:395, AE 2:551; pillars of heptanomis, AE 1:321, AE 2:600; powers, two sets of names, AE 1:322; Lu Masi, AE 1:323, 329, AE 2:597; Rishis, AE 1:324, 329, AE 2:546, 593; Great Gods, AE 1:329; Khuti, AE 1:329, 407, 422, AE 2:593, 599, 607, 612, 703, 737; Khnemmu, AE 1:345, 372, 386, 401, 411, 414, 428, AE 2:593; steps for ascending mount of heaven, AE 1:361; cows, women, figures of plenty and felicity, AE 1:383; steps of pyramid of Sakkarah, AE 1:391; Ali, AE 1:401, 407, 497, AE 2:626; associate gods, the Elohim, AE 1:409; 'Arms of the balance,' AE 1:422, AE 2:551, 600, 705; divine ancestors, AE 1:422; days of Creation, AE 1:426; divisions of heptanomis, AE 1:426-7; Buddhas, AE 1:431; mansions for the righteous, AE 1:445; steps of ascent; from Amenta; steps of the solar bark, AE 1:472; years of plenty, famine; fat and lean kine, AE 1:510; astronomes; islands of Atlantis, waters, canals, AE 2:550; great dungeons, AE 2:555; caves in Mexican mount, AE 2:556; book of seals in Revelation, AE 2:556, 690, 700, 704, 705, 720; Rabin, Hohgates, AE 2:565, 594, 600, 626; companions of Arthur, AE 2:600; caves; serpent with heads, AE 2:573; piles, poles, mountains, pyramids, gates, steps, AE 2:576-7, 609; stations of pole, AE 2:580, 601; tree with branches, AE 2:591; stations of cross, AE 2:592; seven with Anup at pole; wise masters of Art and Science with Taht; rulers of world; Lords of eternity; sleepers of Ephesus; sons of Mimir, AE 2:593; superseded Watchers in heaven, AE 2:593; Sahus with Horus, AE 2:593, 737; giants who bore up heptanomis, AE 2:594, 605; Patriarchs, AE 2:595; gods of stone, Japanese; magical treasures; Fish-men, AE 2:597; Tesu; horses of chariot of sun, AE 2:598; begetters, AE 2:598, 600, 618; swans, representative of souls, AE 2:599; Babylonian, Egyptian who caused deluge; Lords of law, truth and justice, AE 2:600; eyes, Watchers, AE 2:600, 607; dwarf sons of Pinga, AE 2:600, 626; Arits or Mansions in eternal city, AE 2:600, 705; isles of blessed; children sacrificed on seven hills, bulls, rams, on altars; trees, lamp-stands, candlesticks (Revelation), AE 2:604, 610, 693, 699, 716; blood sprinkled; stones of covenant, Arabian; pagodas, AE 2:605; footprints of Buddha; gems in Buddhist sacred horseshoe; footprints of Abraham, AE 2:606; Japanese mountains, seats of gods, AE 2:608; Nui, AE 2:609; mountains, Zuni Indian, and in Revelation, AE 2:610, 693; round throne, AE 2:612; princes who dug well, AE 2:638; priests encompassing Jericho, blowing of horns, AE 2:686; spirits of god, AE 2:690, 699, 724; seshus, servants of Horus and of Jesus, AE 2:693, 737; constellations of heptanomis, AE 2:693; beast with heads, AE 2:700; dungeons; angels; thunders; trumpets, AE 2:701, 703, 705; churches, AE 2:703; mysteries of Amenta; festivals, AE 2:705; spirits of fire (Revelation), AE 2:721; lambs, rams, doves, fishers, stars, solar rays, with Jesus, AE 2:737, 821; fishers, lambs, with Horus, AE 2:737, 861; loaves, miracle of; loaves in Annu, AE 2:812 (See also Kronidae)
Sex, denoted by signs, NG 1:142
Shabaka, monument restored by, BB 2:125-6, ML 116
Shabti or shebti, the double of the dead, BB 1:402, BB 2:479-84, ML 213; ploughing and hoeing, AE 1:239
Shadai, BB 2:159, 164; = Menât, wet-nurse, BB 2:161; Devil, BB 2:162
Shade, the, ML 226; losing your soul, ML 229; first form of soul after death, AE 1:153, AE 2:885; figured in Amenta; Macusi Indian, AE 1:200
Shades, two, AE 1:200; eaters of, AE 1:201, 318
Shadow, a form of soul, NG 1:52
Shakti, as reflector of the god, BB 2:273
Shamash, sun-god, BB 1:461, BB 2:466
Shame, origin of, NG 1:95
Shamanism, primitive form of spiritualism, ML 139; use of trance in, ML 201; Siberian form, primitive kind of Spiritualism, ML 203
Shang-ti, Chinese supreme ruler, his abode near pole, AE 1:331; heavenly palace of, AE 1:349
She-Devil, BB 2:124
Shebriri, Hebrew demon, BB 2:384
Shechem or Sichem, AE 2:654
Sheelah-na-Gig, BB 1:261, 466, BB 2:681
Sheep and goats, NG 2:471
Shekinah, BB 2:70
Sheniu, group of spirits, AE 2:612, 627; two lions on mount of horizon, AE 1:627; attendants of Osiris, AE 2:677; in Egyptian Maat, AE 2:678
Shennu, mount, spirits round throne, AE 1:474, AE 2:627; title of pole; Japanese Shinto gods, AE 2:627
Shent, young cow-goddess, BB 2:115
Sheol, Semitic version of Egyptian Amenta, AE 1:470-1, 480, 489; sons of Korah in, AE 1:471; monsters in, compared with those in Amenta; sufferer in, compared with the Osiris, AE 1:477-85; everlasting rock in; resurrection in, compared with the resurrection of the manes in Amenta; pleas of speaker in, compared with pleas of the manes, AE 1:484; land of darkness and shadow of death, AE 1:492, AE 2:658; Israel in; Job in, AE 1:541; Great Waters in, AE 2:551
Shepherd, the Good, pictures in the catacombs; Horus rises from dead as, AE 1:343; the Lord; Horus leader of flock; Amsu-Horus, shepherd of flocks of Ra, Horus the Good, AE 1:487, 532
Shesh-Shesh, the monster, BB 2:240, 260
Sheshank I, BB 2:504
Shetar, = Ishtar, BB 2:167
Shichi Fukujin, Japanese seven gods of fortune, AE 2:597
Shilohship of puberty, NG 2:375
Shin-Nannaros and Adar-Parsondas, twin brothers, NG 1:491
Ship, of heaven, Chinese constellation, AE 1:395; an ark of salvation; names of parts configurated in stars, AE 1:396; of Nu, Egyptian ship of heaven, AE 1:395-6, 461, AE 2:554; of Sekari, laid on stocks, AE 1:413
Shin, BB 2:123
Shiva, the generator, BB 1:141
Shony, BB 1:292
Shrove Tuesday, BB 1:233, 264, 280
Shu, BB 1:345, BB 2:89, 113, 229; lion-god, BB 2:51; opens gate of prison-house BB 2:194; = breath, BB 2:197; portrayed kneeling, BB 2:230; repeller of crocodiles. BB 2:242; feather of BB 2:248; father of Seb, progenitor of Time, BB 2:252; and his feminine half, Tefnut, BB 2:261; = Hebrew Moses, BB 2:266, 300; divine scribe, BB 2:282; a star-god, BB 2:283; writings of, assigned to Moses, BB 2:297; god of the bow, BB 2:306; given to Ra as his first son, BB 2:339; called Young-Elder; BB 2:354; lion of sun, BB 2:505; ancient star-god, BB 2:507; transforms into cat, BB 2:549; = Maui, BB 2:567-9; shade is synonymous with, ML 242; as lion, AE 1:2, 59, 126; god of force, AE 1:2, 86; soul of air, AE 1:121; elemental power divinized as male, AE 1:129; uplifter of heavens, AE 1:261-2, 314, 325, 384, 401, 410, AE 2:558, 631, 657, 884; breathing force, AE 1:298, 405; warrior god, Archer, AE 1:298; kneeler, AE 1:314; uplifter of solar orb, AE 1:314; third of elemental powers; establisher of equinox, AE 1:325; 'reckonings' of, AE 1:327; bringer of eyes of Ra, AE 1:402; raiser of four pillars of quarters, AE 1:502; nome of, AE 550; as lion, a giant, AE 2:594; soul of breath, AE 2:598; imaged in constellation Kepheus, AE 2:630; 'the younglings of,' AE 2:644; leader of people to Promised Land, represented by Joshua, AE 2:657, 684; feather of, type of duality, AE 2:679; lord of truth, AE 2:681
Shu, Sut and Horus, gods of South, North and equinox, AE 2:715; representative of male, AE 2:818
Shu-Anhur, BB 1:345, BB 2:121, 192, 244-5; celestial conductor, BB 2:234; carrier of staff of pole, also noose of rope of pole, AE 2:598; uplifter of firmament, AE 2:659-60; leader to Aarru paradise; original of Moses and of Joshua, AE 2:662, 681, 684; supporter of sun-god, AE 2:662; compared with Moses, AE 2:663, 665-6, 683-4; compared with Onouris, AE 2:665; smiter of rock, AE 2:667; writings of, preserved at On, AE 2:681; his disappearance, AE 2:683
Shu-Ma, BB 2:235
Shu-si-Ra, = son of the Sun, BB 2:303, 339
Shu and Tefnut,  twins, NG 1:506; of third heaven, NG 2:57; Archer, sign of Sagittarius, AE 1:302, 366; image of dual soul, AE 1:439; raisers of Paradise of Am-Khemen, AE 2:583; two lions attendant on Horus, AE 2:767
Shugal, the howler, ML 177
Shus-en-Har, BB 1:13, BB 2:371, ML 138; worshippers of Horus, BB 1:40, 305, 331; servants of Har, BB 2:63; Hekshus identical with, BB 2:366
Sibylla, in moon, NG 2:353
Sid (Irish), mound of, AE 1:373-4
Siddhi-Sopana, the ladder, NG 2:88
Sidi, circuit of precession, AE 2:605
Sign-language, NG 1:17, 19; of death, NG 1:40; of uncleanness, hare, NG 1:47-8; power, lion’s tail, NG 1:57; life, sneezing, NG 1:83; reproduction, ring, NG 1:92-3; capture, ankh-knot, NG 1:107; complete nail in palm; no. 20, nail, NG 1:156; ogdoad, NG 2:290; mode of expression by, ML 166; types of, applied in astronomy, AE 1:270
Signs, two crows, of marriage, NG 1:40; sex, NG 1:142; Masonry, in Australia and Uxmal, NG 1:152; British identical with Egyptian; ten Ystorrinau, NG 1:224; ideographic, pre-alphabetic, NG 1:243
Sigu, = Arawak Noah, NG 2:182
Silbury Hill, BB 1:422; mythical mount, Tozer hill, NG 1:359; British Meru, NG 2:52
Silenus, BB 2:267
Silik-mulu-khi, BB 2:506
Siloam, pool of, NG 2:419
Simbukumbukioaua, Kaffir legend of, AE 1:253
Simon, and the Christ, NG 2:465; the Samaritan, followers are Gnostic Christians, ML 51; points out contradictions of sayings, ML 56; teaches at Antioch, the anti-Christ, converted by baptism, founder of Gnosticism, ML 84
Sin, against Holy Ghost, NG 2:136; against sun, NG 2:139
Sin, Akkadian god, increaser of light, ML 182
Sinai or Shennu, lion-mount, AE 1:504; place or point of crossing, AE 2:670; derivation of name; geographical and sacred, Egyptian, AE 2:676-7; commandments, law, given to Israel on Mount Sinai, AE 2:680
Singing, earlier than speech, NG 1:285
Sins, inexpiable, NG 2:136
Si-Osiris, son of Setme-Khamnas, his miraculous conception, story of, AE 2:759; his twelve years of childhood, AE 2:776
Siptah, BB 1:215
Sir Owain, legend of, AE 1:394
Sirius, BB 1:359, 375, BB 2:215, 303; = 'Hairy' in Arabic, BB 2:146; Takurua, Maori name of, BB 2:541; giraffe, type of, NG 1:486
Sister, elder, customs, NG 1:115
Sisters, two, = two heavens, NG 1:467
Sistine Chapel, BB 1:273
Siva, identical with Seb, NG 1:523
Six, sha-sha, NG 1:218; double houses, NG 2:54-5; creations, NG 2:56; allied to soul, NG 2:281; identical with breath, NG 2:282; lower of, NG 2:281-2, 287; and cessation; and clothing, NG 2:283; sign of logos, NG 2:286; and sex synonymous, NG 2:287
Sixth day of new moon, NG 2:284
Skambha, NG 1:525; two-armed tree, NG 1:398, 405
Skheni, BB 2:86; two hands of Ra, NG 1:401
Skheskh, mother of Teta, BB 1:8
Ski, Japanese island of, AE 1:351
Skin, type of reproduction,  BB 2:664, NG 1:104; prowess and pubescence, NG 1:105; buried in, NG 1:130; sign of renewal, resurrection, AE 1:93, 109; masks of, type of superhuman power, AE 1:94, 119; sign of transformation, AE 1:94; of girdle of kings of Egypt, AE 1:251; Adam and Eve clothed in, by Iahu-Elohim; the nem-skin, a garment for the soul, AE 1:466; new skin = new existence, AE 1:467; sign of re-embodiment after death, AE 1:495
Slasher, BB 1:306
Sleeping beauty, NG 1:174
Smen, BB 2:81, 83, 238; region of eight, BB 2:213
Smoke, form of spirit, NG 1:157
Smriti, oral wisdom, in snake, a type of speech, NG 1:264
Snap-dragon, fiery dragon, BB 1:301, AE 1:298
Sneeze, one with snes, inner African type name, NG 1:85; self-named, NG 1:255
Sneezing, sign of life and soul, NG 1:83
Soaper, BB 1:122
Society for Psychical Research, ML 238
Sociology, read by mythology, NG 1:500; primitive, which mirrored mythology and preserved in theology, ML 4
Socrates, daemon of, ML 138
Sodom, BB 2:257
Sodomites, annihilated, NG 2:136
Sohar, the glory, NG 2:120
Solar bark, in Amenta, AE 1:207; on firmamental water round the earth, AE 1:412
Solar logos, NG 2:253
Solar year, perfect of 365Ľ days, added quarter of a day, BB 2:396-7
Solomon, BB 2:56, 172; wise youth; son of David. BB 2:101; co-builder of the temple, BB 2:103; repa = prince of peace, identical with, BB 2:106; builder of temple, BB 2:109; Judgment of, BB 2:123-4;  name of Iu-em-hetep, AE 1:516
Solstice,  marked on horizon, BB 1:20; summer, opening of Egyptian sacred year, AE 1:307
Solstice, winter, custom of carrying a cow seven times round temple on eve of, AE 1:299; celebration of, AE 1:345; Roman cross, figure of longest night and shortest day, AE 1:507; Horus, child of Isis, born in, AE 1:534, AE 2:665, 739
Solon, and legend of Atlantis, NG 2:185
Son of God, = Christ within, = spiritual nature, ML 94
Son of Man, NG 2:381; in Revelation, AE 2:710; twofold figure on Mount in Patmos, AE 2:710; title of Jesus and Horus as son of god in likeness of perfect man, AE 2:793
Song, of joy, NG 1:503
Sons, consorts of mother, AE 1:59, 498; seven of Japheth, of Quanwon, of Albion, AE 2:611
Sonship, prior to fatherhood, NG 1:123
Sophia, mother of seven, NG 1:357; gnostic wisdom, NG 2:366; haemorrhoidal, ML 19; occult phase, feminine messenger, flesh-maker, mother of Matter, ML 42; 123; ancient Mother, ML 124; 128; = wine, ML 210
Soshyans, last of the prophets, NG 2:380
Soter, the Saviour, NG 1:425
Sothiac cycle, BB 2:394, AE 2:596, 722,
Sothis, BB 2:131, 240, 282, 295; = Dog-star, BB 1:107, 302, 318, 412, a type of Sut-Typhon, BB 1:14; announcer, BB 1:16; Sothiac cycle, = 1,461 years, BB 1:41-2; stationed in tree, BB 1:364; = Sut, BB 2:105; 'Lady of the Beginning,' BB 2:392; = Sebti, BB 2:470; loses time, NG 2:100; opener of year; birthplace of spirits in Amenta, AE 1:189; star of annunciation, AE 1:291, 308; Hathor and her infant Horus in, AE 1:340; herald of inundation; star of Hathor, AE 2:729; morning star of Egyptian year; herald of birth of Horus, AE 2:855
Soul, bird, symbol of, NG 1:50-1; reindeer, type of, NG 1:52; colour blue, NG 2:123-4; glory, a form of, NG 2:127; as male essence—from a mother, NG 2:132; its descent into matter, NG 2:142; spermatic, NG 2:146; its seven elements, NG 2:151; and no. 6, NG 2:281; types of, AE 1:12-4, 482; derived from the air, AE 1:129-31; derived from fire, AE 1:132; totemic, AE 1:135, 138, 142; derived from blood, earliest human, AE 1:136, 434; escaping from body as beetle, red mouse, AE 1:136; derived from elemental powers, types of, AE 1:138-9; zootypes of, AE 1:140, 142; in Amenta, AE 1:152; seven types of personality; divided into shade and spirit, Aleutian belief, AE 1:200; one enduring, both sexes in one, AE 1:237, 245, 439; 'breath of the gods,' AE 1:408; the twin, AE 1:431; of blood, seventh elemental power, AE 1:432; derived from Atum, divided into Adam and Eve, AE 1:439; as a dove, AE 1:482; ka, final, AE 1:488; immortality of, taught at Memphis; four different figures of, AE 2:752; incarnation of, AE 2:789; resurrection of, and its transformation into eternal spirit, AE 2:842
Souls, men born with, NG 2:127; their first enemy, NG 2:136; seven lower in man, ML 40; eighth as Christ-spirit, ML 40; existence of an immortal soul, ML 199; immortal soul, discovered through trance, ML 202; seven, ancient Egyptians, Chaldeans, Hindus, Britons, belief in, ML 219; not metaphysical, ML 219; Pan-soul, ML 225; astral shade, or shadow-soul, ML 225; seven identified, ML 231; seven all summed up in eighth. ML 233, 241; metamorphosis of, ML 246; six elemental, seventh human, AE 1:69, 86, 122, 428; of darkness and light, AE 1:129, 201; elemental, masculine, AE 1:181; seven constituent, AE 1:203, 245, 479; (reference to, in Psalms, AE 1:480); boat of, AE 1:395, AE 2:554; created during six days of beginning; of the Israelites, derived from Holy Spirit, AE 1:428; seven, of Ra; speech the property of seventh, AE 1:430; ascend to heaven by water, AE 2:550; supplied to men from eternal fires, AE 2:598; children of Ra, AE 2:630; blending of two, in mystery of Tattu, AE 2:818
Sound of fishes, NG 1:177
South, domain of Sut; beginnings of astral mythos; abyss of water; earth mother and her monsters; tree first planted in abyss; deluge; sycamore of Hathor, in the, AE 1:303
South and north, = male and female, NG 1:20
Southern Cross, NG 2:437
Sow, as Rerit, type of Great Mother, BB 1:322, AE 1:97; type of Typhon, BB 1:298; multi-mammae, early type of genetrix, BB 2:575, 680; sacred in Israel; eaten at mortuary meal; prohibited as ordinary food because sacred, AE 1:456
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Sparrow-hawk, as type of Horus or Ra, BB 1:105
Spectacles ornament, cross of four quarters, NG 1:422
Speech, property of seventh soul, AE 1:430
Sphinx, BB 2:75, NG 1:139; is African, BB 1:18; temple of, BB 1:229; = Hu, BB 1:331; androgynous type, NG 1:508; riddle of the; of Gizeh, symbolical of Nile; representative image of god Har-Makhu, AE 1:336; presiding over Akar, AE 1:337; a means of crossing the Abyss; monument to commemorate founding of equinox of double horizon, AE 1:338; a figure of double horizon, AE 1:339; guard of water source; figure of primitive abyss, AE 1:400
Spinoza, Benedict de, AE 1:162
Spirit, vapour a form of; snake, a form of, NG 1:157; in Revelation, Atum-Ra, AE 2:717
Spirits, elemental and ancestral, AE 1:120; white, emblematic of, AE 1:128; incorporated from the air; Virgin Mary and lily, AE 1:130; from water, AE 1:132; various colours of, AE 1:143; Egyptian beliefs in, AE 1:151; offerings to, AE AE 1:154, 156-8, 160, 253-4; Peruvian custom of burying clothes, &c, to be worn by, AE 1:156; funeral custom of Amandebele of introducing, of the deceased, AE 1:155; customs to prevent return of, AE 1:156-63; Kaffirs in battle leave space for spirits to help, AE 1:156; reappearance of, foundation of religion, AE 1:162; return of, to see their bodies, AE 1:163; skulls of deceased arranged for a spirits circle, AE 1:164; world of, underground, Arunta Amenta, AE 1:244; huts erected for, AE 1:254; leaving their bodies, their journey to West, Samoan belief, AE 1:356; Torres Straits Islanders’ belief, wing their way like flying foxes; Australian natives, dead climb to heaven by tree, AE 1:388; Nature spirits, six orders of, AE 1:429-30; the manes become spirits through eating fruit of Tree of Hathor, AE 1:464-5; beatified, invested with robe of righteousness, AE 1:466; supplied to men from eternal fires, AE 2:598; of fire; of god, AE 2:699; of four corners, AE 2:706; bird-headed beings synonymous with, AE 2:863
Spiritualism, primitive, NG 1:391, ML 92, 150, 199; as witness of spirit, turned into false witness to postulate false history, ML 95; earlier type founded on facts in nature, ML 96; beliefs of primitive Spiritualists understood by modern, ML 202; damned for wrong reason, ML 210; possibly a new religion, ML 277; offers scientific basis for doctrine of immortality, ML 279; a new hope, ML 279; demonstrate continuity of life, ML 280; abolishing tyranny of death, ML 281; beginning of, AE 1:150
Spitting, mode of gesture language, NG 1:276
Stable of Augias, place of Jesus' birth, ML 7
Stake, form of tree, NG 1:374
Stanley, Sir John, BB 1:288
Star, of Joudi, Arabic polestar, BB 2:148; eight-rayed, NG 2:50, 87; to East, NG 2:380, 385; soul of life in dark, AE 1:124; eight-rayed mystical, AE 1:324; Horus, morning, AE 2:721
Stars, souls of elementaries, NG 1:332; souls of gods, NG 2:99; two lost, let in deluge, NG 2:241; once souls, AE 1:389; first imaged as golden isles, AE 2:583; seven, limestone peaks at Shang-ling, AE 2:608; seven, in Revelation, AE 2:612; seven, of Enoch, AE 2:622; children of Ra; synonymous with souls, AE 2:630; re-adjusters of solar time, AE 2:729; of equinoxes determined by the, AE 2:731; 'Stars of the Water,' constellation, AE 2:729
Statues from Tello, NG 1:21
Stauros, form of Horus, NG 1:425; and Horus, twins, NG 1:497
Stelae, two, BB 2:281; Sut was scribe of, BB 2:368
Stellar reckoning, first, indicated by Genesis, ML 119
Steps Hill, a ladder mountain, AE 1:393; means of ascent to spirit world, AE 1:472; means of ascent from Sheol, AE 1:473
Stibium or kohl, used as eyeliner, BB 2:33
Stone, age, African, NG 1:124; first men from, NG 2:35; of pubescence, a time-teller, NG 2:360; in the mysteries, NG 2:361; of Christ, NG 2:362; talismanic,—rocking, NG 2:363; type of Mother Earth, AE 1:36, 100-2; some Indian tribes trace descent from, immovable stone entrance to Great Pyramid and to Amenta, AE 1:227; the 'leaping stone' at Upolu, AE 1:362; seven smeared with blood in making a covenant, Arabian; permanent figure of pole, AE 2:605; white, in Revelation, AE 2:696; a symbol of Sut, AE 2:836
Stonehenge, BB 1:84, 180, 351, 397, 401, 405, 415, 421, 439; 'Ship of the World,' BB 1:104, AE 2:575; an ark or circle, BB 1:105; seat of Eseye. BB 1:277; oviform, BB 1:352; Anoeth, BB 1:391; outer circle of, BB 1:401; Cor-Cyfoeth, BB 1:420; a planetarium, NG 2:88; its typology, NG 2:222; an ark, NG 2:223; fourfold ark circle, NG 2:258-9;  form of seven giants turned into stone, AE 2:605
Stones, of the deluge, NG 2:255
Stork, type of transformation, NG 1:41; brings babies, NG 1:42
Story of two early English saints, ML 97
Sul Minerva, BB 1:349
Sun, myths, BB 2:251-3; tethering of, BB 2:254; last and perfect timekeeper, NG 1:113; truest god, NG 2:97; sin against, NG 2:139; = supreme type of soul, ML 240; zootypes of, AE 1:8, 11; golden egg, AE 1:18; nocturnal firmament of; entrance of, into mount in West, AE 1:345; its passage through Amenta, AE 1:346, 411; nocturnal passage of, represented on sarcophagus of Seti I in Soane Museum, AE 1:358; nocturnal, represented as a cat, AE 1:371; 'Eye of Nu,' AE 1:407; revivifier of dead, AE 1:412; stone, moon, and seven stars, Chinese nine lights of heaven, AE 2:607; figure of dead, also of living, AE 2:648; corrector of stellar time, AE 2:742
Sun and Saturn, combined, NG 2:78
Sunshade, = a pictorial type of soul, ML 240
Suonetar, goddess of healing, BB 1:450
Surippak, ark city, AE 2:587
Sut, BB 1:287, 312, 314, 450, BB 2:24, 108, 157, 181, 253, 681; was first form of Hermes, Mercury, BB 1:10, 360, BB 2:100, 286; Sut and Ta-Urt = Dog-star and Great Bear, BB 1:13-4; became husband and own father; as ass-headed cynocephalus, BB 1:170; sluggish animals of,  BB 1:253; battle with Horus, BB 1:284; name of seed or corn, BB 1:317; = Canis Minor, BB 1:319; = Saturn, BB 1:364; seven stars in Ursa Major, BB 1:364; = Suten = south, BB 1:373; = earlier Sebti, BB 1:376; Dog-star, BB 1:425; Great Mother's son, BB 1:426; children of, BB 1:454; = Khut, BB 1:459; announcer of goddess of seven stars, BB 2:48; sabat is pyramid of, BB 2:75; had no father, BB 2:77; god of eight rays, son first represented, BB 2:81; the child, of genetrix, BB 2:102; son of Typhon, BB 2:105; Asiatic creation, according to Bunsen, BB 2:140; first announcer and manifestor of seven, BB 2:141, 561; = south, BB 2:143; brings inundation, BB 2:146; = Baal-Zebub, BB 2:148; z is hieroglyphic of, BB 2:154; = Suti or Sebti, BB 2:157; = tail or seat, BB 2:159; battle with Horus, BB 2:239; ass-headed, BB 2:269; predecessor of Taht, = Seth, BB 2:282; announcer of Great Bear cycle, BB 2:283; signifies the tail, BB 2:324; cast out of Egypt, BB 2:340; the Hebrew Elyon, BB 2:345; heron a name of, BB 2:352; four names of, BB 2:367; called opener, BB 2:368; degraded to position of Apophis power, BB 2:382; called Father Apheru, BB 2:386; = Anubis-Sapti, BB 2:387; worshipper of, BB 2:392; one god, BB 2:399; god of the Nahsi, BB 2:405; eight-pointed star of, BB 2:472; manifestor as eighth BB 2:503; eight-rayed star a numeral symbol of, BB 2:562; sabean son, who rose as daystar, BB 2:650; as opener, NG 1:89; superseded by Taht, NG 2:312; = Egyptian Satan, ML 14, AE 1:240, AE 2:712; = Egyptian devil, = soot, ML 145, 171;  power of darkness, ML 178; swallows Horus' eye, ML 178; swallows his own father, ML 179; as hippopotamus, AE 1:2, 59, 436, AE 2:594; red-haired Egyptian Judas, AE 1:17, 86, 471; soul of darkness, AE 1:121, 127; author of astronomy, AE 1:124, 251, 303; power of darkness, AE 1:127, 268, 401-2; power of drought, AE 1:268, 287, AE 2:832; ladder of, from Amenta, AE 1:207, 361; deity of first Egyptian nome, AE 1:251; buried in a pyramid, AE 1:266; wounding of, Egyptian calendar, AE 1:301; domain of, in South, AE 1:303; 'Most mighty one,' AE 1:323; 'the beginning' in domain of, AE 1:399; Tesherit given to; red crown given to, AE 1:419; murderer of Osiris, AE 1:457; nome of, AE 2:550; pre-Osirian Good Being, AE 2:552; deluge of, AE 2:553; first-born sun of Apt, primal pair in Egyptian mythology, AE 2:588; ruler of primal polestar; establisher of pole; Seth, or Set, first-born of Chavvah, AE 2:590; as hippopotamus, a giant, AE 2:594; soul of shade, AE 2:598; builder of mound, AE 2:602; first of star-gods, AE 2:626; domain of, place of all terrors of nature, AE 2:642; and Horus, Shu, gods of South, North, and equinox, AE 2:715; prince of darkness, sower of tares, thorns, thistles in seed which Horus sows for Osiris, AE 2:802, 805, 832, 834, 839; chained and imprisoned, AE 2:829; paralyzer of left arm of Osiris, AE 2:832, 834; anthropomorphic type of evil; fiery dragon of drought drowned by Horus in inundation, AE 2:833; chief of the 'Tesheru deities,' gods of desert, AE 2:836; black boar of darkness piercing eye of Horus, AE 2:871
Sut-Anubis or Sut-Anup, BB 1:357, 458, BB 2:48, 130, 369, ML 134; earlier than Taht, BB 1:32; guide of ways. BB 1:360; voice of gods BB 2:499; first-born of Great Mother, BB 2:548;  representative of evil, BB 2:663; in Rome, NG 2:351; jackal-headed, ML 177; = twilight, or dusk, ML 178, 182; psychopompus, ML 198; first male ancestor, AE 1:331; ben-ben of, a figure of Polaris, AE 2:575; ruler at pole, AE 2:586; highest of Great Spirits in stellar mythos, AE 2:709
Sut-Anush, wolf-hound or Dog-star, BB 2:103, 681; male manifestor of female deity, BB 2:294
Sut-Apet, = Sut-Typhon, BB 1:42
Sut-Baal, BB 1:488
Sut-Har, BB 1:332, BB 2:164, 229; sabean form of deity of horizon, BB 2:59, 93; sabean son, BB 2:140; dual-natured god, BB 2:345
Sut-Heb, festival, BB 1:252; of 30 years, NG 2:101; 'Festival of the Tail,' AE 1:307, 427, AE 2:596, 729
Sut-Horus, god of Sun-and-Sirius cycle, BB 2:370; twin brothers, NG 1:473; of second heaven, NG 2:57; dual manifestor of dark and light, ML 145, 181; star of, ML 221
Sut-Nahsi, negro god, BB 1:18, 359, BB 2:292; negro image of earliest god, BB 2:301
Sut-Nub, continuation of Sut-Horus, NG 2:78, ML 126
Sut-Nubti, BB 2:295, 345, 368; a sabean-solar combination, BB 1:359; fire and gold, BB 1:376; the 'Living Word,' BB 2:372; doubly powerful, BB 2:393
Sut-Oriens, BB 2:145
Sut-Taht or Hermanubis, BB 1:369; sabean-lunar type of time, BB 1:503
Sut-Typhon, BB 1:13, 133, 357, 426, BB 2:181; bear and unicorn types of, BB 1:261, 307; ass of, BB 1:300; worshippers of, BB 2:23; stone is type of, BB 2:76; preceded Taht, earliest temple was that of, BB 2:105; cult of, BB 2:189, BB 2:296; constellation of, BB 2:359; first boy and his mother, BB 2:366; a cousin of Aaron, BB 2:382; biune All, BB 2:403; darkness, drought, death, ML 138, 147; dark one, ML 176; = pig, ML 186; primary duad of Great Mother Apt and her son Sut, AE 2:590
Sut-Typhonians, ML 126; = the fatherless, BB 2:376; most learned astronomers of Egypt, BB 2:397; worshippers of one god, BB 2:399
Sut and Horus, twin children of Great Mother, AE 1:127, 457; fighters as two lions, AE 1:253; two pillars of, AE 1:266, 406; conflict of, AE 1:268, 292, 295, 417-8, 457, 471, AE 2:833-4, seasons of, AE 1:295; Gemini their constellation, AE 1:302; domains of, AE 1:305, AE 2:576; brother builders, AE 1:325; their positions reversed, AE 1:327; first primordial powers, AE 1:402, 457; older than Osiris; children of Seb, AE 1:420; the warring twins, repeated in Amenta, AE 1:420, 457; representative of two contending nature powers, AE 1:458; their struggle in desert for forty days, Egyptian Lent, AE 2:642, 836; their war for ever in the moon, AE 2:816; as historical characters in Gospels, AE 2:831; prototypes of Satan and Jesus, AE 2:832, 838-9; battles of, represented in the Gospels, AE 2:832, 840
Sutekh, BB 1:357, 359, 450; child of Astarte, BB 2:296; worshippers of, BB 2:405; = Sut the child, BB 2:429
Suten, primitive king of Egypt, AE 1:251
Suten-Khen, BB 1:263
Swallow, representative of Isis, AE 1:296; deceased calls himself, on his way to celestial country, AE 1:387; bird that flew out of ark in Chaldean deluge-legend, AE 2:563; the manes makes his transformation into, AE 2:563
Swan, foreteller, NG 1:38; = phoenix, NG 1:43
Swastika cross, at Troy; in catacombs, NG 1:427; at Mycenae, NG 1:438
Swayambhava, BB 2:191
Swedenborg, saw spirits, ML 95; being in two worlds at once, ML 202
Sword of the Great Bear, NG 2:27
Sycamore fig tree, its juice used for inducing trance, ML 208
Sydik, BB 1:358-9, BB 2:36, ML 124; seven sons of, BB 2:81, 140, 358; Phoenician father of seven Cabiri representative of pole, AE 1:323
Symbol of breath, sail, NG 1:155
Symbolic customs, Hottentot, NG 1:34
Symbolism, mode of expression, NG 1:13; not a conscious creation, NG 1:16
Symbols, Chinese, NG 1:10; animal, NG 1:12; flag, NG 1:13; of suspending, NG 1:34, 39; of soul, the bird, NG 1:50-1; of ancestral spirit, serpent, NG 1:51; living animals first, NG 1:63; Mexican, NG 1:76; taste, tongue, NG 1:276
Syphilis, origin of, NG 2:139
Syphilitic Saviour, NG 2:139
Syriadic pillars, BB 1:31; = Karuadic, BB 1:32
Tā-seser, BB 2:422
Ta-urt, BB 1:142, 157, 276, 318, 358, 470, BB 2:148, 271; and Sut, = Great Bear and Dog-star, BB 1:13; goddess of Great Bear, BB 1:35, 262, 317; = Khebt, = corn-bearer, BB 1:316; Spark-holder, BB 1:319, 488; pregnant Urt, BB 1:321; = Rerit, BB 1:322; old suckler, hippopotamus goddess, BB 2:60; typical chariot or bearer, hippopotamus goddess, BB 2:132;  great old mother; BB 2:213; greatest mother, in typhonian scheme, BB 2:229; became Hes-Taurt or Isis-Taurt, resident in pure waters, BB 2:366; kar-tek, = spark-holder, BB 2:369; genetrix of seven revolving stars, BB 2:384; = Thoueris, BB 2:411; type of 'living word,' BB 2:461; name of northern Kefa, BB 2:467; genetrix and goddess of mount in north, BB 2:521; = Hes-ta-Urt = Hestaroth or Ashtaroth, ML 134
Taautus, BB 2:80
Tabernacle, Horus rending veil of, AE 1:225, AE 2:877, 897; Mishkena the meskhen of Mandaites of Mesopotamia, AE 1:309; covert sanctuary, AE 1:476; ark, Siccuth; 'of the tent of meeting,' AE 2:670
Tablets, or fables of the Law, AE 2:666, 679
Tabooed fruit-tree, NG 1:385
Tabu, sexual, AE 1:61, 82-3; eating the sow, AE 1:456; time, lunar, NG 2:285; 5 days, NG 2:276
Tadpole, type of transformation, AE 1:421
Taera, Mount, centre of the universe, AE 1:350
Tahn or tahen, glory of, NG 2:130; transparent gum used on mummy = a spiritual body, AE 1:216; Hebrew manna, AE 2:645; sacramental wafers made of, AE 2:646
Taht, BB 1:107, 129, 354, BB 2:30, 60, 80, 93; as word or logos, BB 1:10; recorder of gods, BB 1:31; lord of eighth region, BB 1:42; eye of = resurrection and renewal, BB 1:94; inventor of letters, BB 1:145; scribe of gods, BB 1:156; ceremonial rites of, BB 1:261; palm-shoot of, BB 1:282; bearer of palm-branch, BB 1:338, ML 182; ape of, BB 1:351; built the ark, BB 1:361; lunar, BB 1:363; cynocephalus, a type of, BB 1:431; lord of smen, BB 2:36; messenger, voice or logos of seven gods, superseded Sut, BB 2:48, 83, 121, 146; servant of Ra, manifestor and revealer, BB 2:81; second type of An, BB 2:94; as opener, BB 2:104; full name is Tahuti, BB 2:106; manifestor of seven, god of Sesennu, BB 2:140; moon-god, lord of Smen, BB 2:213; lunar divinity, BB 2:235; lord of divine words, BB 2:351; representative of eight, BB 2:487; manifestor as eighth, BB 2:503; Lord of Sesennu, BB 2:561; divine advocate and saviour, BB 2:615; keeps the record of good and evil deeds, BB 2:644; his medicine, magic, NG 1:303; of 4th heaven, NG 2:57; supersedes Sut, NG 2:312; as Annunciator of gods, ML 5; god of lunar time, ML 119, 137; called the eighth, ML 170; 172; lunar god, ML 179; as ibis, AE 1:2, 436, AE 2:561, 691; man in moon, AE 1:8; moon-god, AE 1:126, 353, AE 2:556, 561-2; reader of record in Hall of Justice, divine words of, AE 1:195; great magician, Lord of transformations, AE 1:198; teacher of mysteries in Amenta, AE 1:226-7; the merciful, AE 1:239; town of, AE 1:304; measurer of time, AE 1:305-7, AE 2:548, 587; reconciler of warring twins, AE 1:326; 'son of the rock,' AE 1:353; lighter of darkness in Amenta, AE 1:360, 418; Egyptian psalmist; great chief in Sekhem, AE 1:471; enlarger of domains of Ra-Tehuti, a name of; cynocephalus of, AE 2:561; 'Teller of decrees which Ra hath spoken'; bow of, set in heaven as sign of end of deluge, AE 2:562; reckoner of stars, AE 2:630; keeper of tablets in Hall of Judgment, AE 2:679; books of, source of God’s Word, AE 2:680-2; highest of Great Spirits in lunar mythos, AE 2:709
Taht-Aan, = John, ML 185; the scribe, AE 1:193, AE 2:691; saluter of Horus, AE 2:691; recorder of decrees of Ra, AE 2:692; = Egyptian John the Divine, AE 2:691-2, 699, 904; keeper of the books, AE 2:702; witness for Horus; lunar light of world, AE 2:705; his books in Annu examined on great day of reckoning, AE 2:719; Mati, a title of, compared with Matthew, AE 2:903; the gospel of, equivalent to sayings in Matthew, AE 2:904
Taht-Ani, teacher of speech; saluter of gods, AE 1:39
Taht-Esmun, moon-god, ML 220
Taht-Khunsu, ML 186
Taht-Smen, the eighth, or sun-god with seven souls, ML 234
Tahtmes II, BB 1:36
Tahtmes IIIBB 1:32, 36, 117, 293, 463, BB 2:385, 407
Tahtmosis, BB 2:416
Tahuti, BB 1:265; lunar deity, BB 1:338; = Taht, BB 2:106
T’ai, Chinese holy mountain, AE 1:379
Tai Hao, Chinese mythical or celestial ruler, equivalent to Sut, AE 2:559; mystic diagrams of, AE 2:597, 941
Tails, men who lost them, Kickapoo tradition of; sign of mother totem worn on great occasions; preceder of judges’ wigs, AE 1:68; men with, in forests of Borneo, AE 1:249
Tait, goddess, cook in paradise, AE 1:254, 282; cook for deceased; one of two divine sisters, AE 2:846
Taivo Aimo, Lapp home of gods, AE 1:354
Talmud, Jehoshua Ben-Pandira, known in, ML 1
Tamoi, teacher of tillage, NG 2:137
Tammus, BB 1:271
Tammuz, BB 2:381; legend of Tammuz and Ishtar, ML 136
Tamuzi, cruel pharaoh of Arabs, BB 2:194; Pharaoh who detained Israelites, derivation of name, AE 2:655
Tanan, Egyptian goddess, AE 2:635
Tane, Polynesian great god, BB 2:55; the divider, NG 2:43
Tanen, earth in waters of Nun, AE 1:404; a title of Ptah, AE 1:404, 406, AE 2:635
Tangaloa, ML 180; Samoan builder of heavens, AE 2:548; Samoan god, originator of men; eight-livered deity of pole, AE 2:621
Tanganyika, BB 1:33, BB 2:603, 606; origin of name, AE 1:260; legend of, AE 1:303; deluge at, AE 1:400, AE 2:592
Tangaroa, Mangaian god, BB 2:666
Tangaroa and Rongo, twin brothers, NG 1:480; lunar god, NG 2:443
Ta-Nuter, divine land of gods, AE 1:378
Tann, Egyptian divinity, BB 1:360
Taprobane, = Ceylon, BB 1:452
Tapu, thoroughly marked, NG 1:91; Maori, NG 2:288
Tari Pennu and Buri Pennu, primal pair of Khonds of Orissa, AE 1:502
Tarot, invented by Taht, BB 1:86
Tat (pillar and cross), of Ptah a fourfold pillar, BB 2:496; tree, with cross of four quarters, NG 1:417; octonary of, NG 2:88; figure of stability, AE 1:190, 351, AE 2:552; overthrown in Amenta, re-erected by Horus, AE 1:220; erection of, in the mysteries of Memphis, AE 1:345: double, of Ptah, backbone of gods, AE 1:551; double gateway of eternity, AE 1:413; pillar of four corners, based on tree as type of pole, AE 1:449, 526; shoulder of Horus, AE 1:532; annually overthrown and re-erected in Amenta, AE 2:697, 751; pillar that sustained universe, AE 2:724; re-erected at festival of resurrection; pillar on head of Osiris, AE 2:740; type of eternal, AE 2:750-1; re-erection of, sign of resurrection, AE 2:751; mystery of erection of, AE 2:868
Tath, Irish god of harvest, BB 1:338
Tathâgata, Coming One, NG 2:373
Tatian, struck out genealogies, ML 32; separates from Church, ML 85
Tattoo, mode of memorizing, BB 2:556-7; typology of, NG 1:10; British, NG 1:59; custom of, NG 1:62; marks of manhood, NG 1:92
Tattooing, totemic mode of sign-language, AE 1:95; of ancient Britons, AE 1:96; preceded by raising cicatrices in the flesh, AE 1:95-6; goddesses and queens in temples at Philae, AE 1:96
Tattu, BB 1:267, 336, BB 2:561; established region, BB 1:404; island of, BB 1:419; of solar myth, BB 2:85; region of eternal, BB 2:213; eternal region of resurrection, BB 2:557; immortality established in, AE 1:488; mystery of investiture, AE 2:772; marriage mystery of, AE 2:788, 864; gnostic version of mystery of, AE 2:792; great hoeing in, AE 1:501; blending of two souls in mystery of, AE 2:818, 839; Horus in, AE 2:826; spirit given to Horus in mystery of, AE 2:864; place of establishing the soul for ever, AE 2:865
Tau, BB 2:122
Taurus, Osiris, Bull of Eternity, AE 1:302
Tavthe and Apason, divided heaven, NG 2:25
Teb, goddess of hinder-part, BB 1:321
Tebut or Tebhut, winged solar disk, BB 2:238
Teeth, drawn, NG 1:91, 94; blackened, hollowed, drilled, filed, NG 1:95
Tef, old genetrix BB 1:126; goddess of Great Bear, BB 1:447; Divine Father, BB 1:483; = Kef, BB 1:49; ancient genetrix, BB 2:147; First One, BB 2:162
Tefnut, BB 2:273; a goddess of wet, BB 1:197, 284; goddess of the North, BB 2:59, 113, 121; Egyptian Miriam, BB 2:233; and feminine half, of Shu, lioness-headed goddess, BB 2:261; a form of Pekht, BB 2:501; as lioness, AE 1:2; of tree of dawn, AE 1:29; dew of heaven, AE 1:297; sister of Shu, fighter for him, AE 1:297, AE 2:660; prototype of Miriam, AE 2:661; dawn, waters of, AE 2:667; female nature, AE 2:818
Tehuti, measurer of time, AE 1:306, 562; Tehuti and Anup on equinoctial colure, AE 1:366; name of Taht, AE 2:561
Teipe, Mangaian god of human sacrifice, BB 2:580
Tek, cross, figure of, NG 1:222; or dek, type-name for no. 10, NG 1:221
Teka, = cross; to multiply, NG 1:31
Tekai. goddess of months, BB 2:644
Tekh, as Taht, moon-god, BB 1:156, BB 2:40, 93; palm-shoot of, BB 1:282; goddess of months, BB 1:156, 218; measurer, BB 2:466, 620, 644
Tekh-Kheru, the word personified, BB 2:644
Tekhem, god in Ritual, BB 2:547
Tekhi, goddess of monthly period, BB 2:30, 40; goddess, month, AE 1:294; opener of year; giver of liquid, AE 1:306; giver of water of inundation, AE 1:310
Tel-el-Yahouueh, Mound of the Jews, BB 2:309, 431
Telloh, statues from, ML 134
Temai, = twin, NG 1:65
Templars, worship Mete, BB 2:509
Temple of Luxor, scenes of annunciation on walls of, ML 5 (See also Annunciation)
Temple of the Great Tree, NG 1:396
Temptation, by serpent, AE 1:453
Ten, typified in ten tribes, ten patriarchs, ten days to week, ten months, BB 2:360; two hands or feet—half a man, NG 1:186; tek or dek, NG 1:221; cross figure of, NG 1:222; hands clasped, a sign of, NG 1:223; Sephiroth, NG 1:287, NG 2:40, AE 1:443; patriarchs, NG 2:75; heavens, gnostic, NG 2:87; evil spirits, NG 2:112; number of Noah, NG 2:316; in mount, ten expellers of devils, ML 66; brothers, husband to ten sisters, AE 1:78; tribes of Israel, AE 1:384, AE 2:649, 684; circles of Ra, AE 1:443, AE 2:715; sons of Jacob, AE 2:684; Patriarchs; Assyrian pre-diluvian kings, AE 2:603; plagues of Egypt, AE 2:632, 641, 645, 652; divisions, heaven of, AE 2:649, 684, 694, 713, 715; commandments, judgments, AE 2:680; groups of Tata gods, AE 2:713; Horus of dragon, indicative of heaven in domains, islands, AE 2:715
Ten, synonymous with no. 2, NG 1:205; = man, NG 1:210; = all, NG 1:223
Tenait, festival, AE 2:746-7; measure, division of time, AE 2:747
Tennyson, Alfred Lord, BB 1:180
Tenth heaven, the hard shell, NG 2:89
Tep, Teb, Tept, circle of, Great Bear, BB 1:452-3; = Typhon, ML 134
Teph, Great Mother, BB 1:196
Tepht, source, AE 1:277
Tesh, means the bleeding, ML 19
Tesh-Tesh, a title of Osiris, BB 2:30
Tesherit, red land given to Sut, AE 1:419; seized by Horus at his second coming, AE 2:836
Tesheru deities, Sut the chief of, AE 2:836
Testis, as opener, NG 1:89
Teta, BB 1:39
Teth, BB 2:121
Tetrad, male—female, NG 1:547
Tetragrammaton, BB 2:152, 165
Tezpi, Noah of Mexican deluge-legend, AE 2:614
Thama, Karens’ great judge in Hades, AE 1:358
Theba, Noah’s ark, NG 2:214
Thebes, birthplace, heaven upon earth, NG 1:71
Themis, BB 2:47; goddess of justice, BB 2:69
Theology, based on misreading of mythology, BB 2:185; based on typology of Egypt, races of Africa, BB 2:673; = final phase of mythology, NG 2:370; perversion of mythology, ML 246
Theosophists, ML 240
Thermutis, saved Moses from the waters, BB 2:422; adopts Moses, AE 2:663; name of Great Mother, origins of Thoueris or Tharvis, Moses’ second wife, AE 2:664
Thighsee Haunch
Thirteen, unlucky number, NG 2:308
Thomas, = Tum, BB 1:291; the twin, NG 2:440
Thoth, Taht or Tehuti, ML 190; representative of lunar cycle, BB 2:39
Thoueris, BB 2:199, 271, 411; or Thermutis, BB 2:272; goddess of Great Bear, BB 2:277
Thought without words, NG 1:248
Thousand years, devil bound for, AE 2:712; Apap, bound in chains for, AE 2:713 (See also 'House of a Thousand Years')
Three, pubescent male, NG 1:206; synonymous with man and tree, NG 1:209, 211-2; type-word, NG 1:213; trinity in unity, NG 1:226; regions of space, NG 1:525; bulls of Hu, NG 1:529; unchaste matrons, NG 1:533; sisters, NG 1:533-4; Fates, Norse, NG 1:534; Maries, NG 1:535; continued in Christ, NG 1:543; stations of mythical mount, NG 2:47; primary heaven, Babylonian, NG 2:311; kings in Orion, NG 2:385; 'Lights,' shouting mysteries, NG 2:389
'Three Kings,' name of stars in Orion's Belt, ML 7
Thumb, on right hand, male left, female, NG 1:192
Thunder, as primary element, NG 1:485
Tiamat, BB 2:493; personification of primordial source, BB 2:509; mother of the 7, NG 1:315; old dragon, ML 129; = Tavthe, abyss, ML 134; old Great Mother, AE 1:271, 274; dragon horse, AE 1:274; destroyed by Bel, AE 1:275; figure first constellated in heavens, AE 1:405
Tiavat or Thavath, form of Great Mother, AE 1:277
Tiberias, AE 2:756
Tie, or noose, emblem of reproduction, BB 2:667; type of time, NG 2:277
Tien Ho, Chinese Milky Way, AE 1:363
Til, his creations, NG 2:7
Tillage (human) teachers of, NG 2:137, 141
Timber Waits, BB 1:342-4
Time, circles of, BB 1:503; first observed and registered was Sut-Typhonian, BB 2:282; type of, NG 1:293; first creation, NG 2:4; primary phases, NG 2:267; marked by drinking, NG 2:268; reckoned by rains, NG 2:269; real and unreal, NG 2:278; and number, gnosis of, NG 2:301; first measured by light and darkness, ML 117;  measured by nights, ML 145
Tiri, god three, NG 1:213
Tisithen, a name of Moses, BB 2:266; and Petiseph, BB 2:307
Titans, giants, assistants of Hephaestus, AE 1:386
Tlaloc, feast of, BB 1:335
Tobacco, devil’s herb, NG 1:389
Toga virilis of puberty, NG 1:91
Tohil, Mexican god turned into stone, AE 2:605
Toltecs, descended from children of Israel, BB 2:263
Tom Thumb, BB 1:209, 328-9, BB 2:299
Tomb, founded on womb, BB 2:40, 86, ML 194, NG 1:125
Tongue, customs connected with, NG 1:86; in gesture language, NG 1:274; symbol of taste, NG 1:276
Tooth, sign of white, NG 1:27; an opener, NG 1:89; emblem of adultship, NG 1:505; type of trinity, NG 1:212; type of logos, NG 2:360
Torngarsuk, Great Spirit of the Inuit, AE 1:378
Tortoise, BB 1:417; called shet and apsh, an ancient typhonian symbol, BB 2:651; of four quarters, NG 1:411; type, NG 2:11-2; writing, NG 2:179; Scales, NG 2:195; zootype of earth; legend of Tuscarura Indians, Great Mother and sons born on back of, AE 2:615; a type of Lyra, AE 2:616; Arabic name of Lyra; pole resting on a, in a Hindu drawing; pole supported by, Japanese figure; god with the head of, in Egyptian tombs, AE 2:617; Chinese island of Pung-Lai brought by a, AE 2:658
Totem, NG 1:64; or dodaim, NG 1:65; origin of name, AE 1:53; ancientness of, in Egypt, AE 1:54; first, from one mother, AE 1:62, 64
Totemic animals, AE 1:51; food districts, AE 1:55; not to be eaten, AE 1:56-7; relationship to totemic man, AE 1:91-2; men personifying the, AE 1:92-3
Totemic causes, NG 1:65; customs, NG 1:65-77; making, NG 2:359
Totemic types, dog, wolf, NG 1:64; serpent, NG 1:65; iguana, emu, NG 1:68; sheep, tiger, NG 1:70; hyena, buffalo, seal, NG 1:73
Totemism, zootypes of, NG 1:59; founded on feminine transformation, AE 1:62-3; traditions of descent of human race, AE 1:63-4; primary object of, AE 1:68; mythology supplied with its types, AE 1:96, 270; types of, in astronomical mythology, AE 2:626
Totems, originally brotherhoods, NG 1:68; primary, 2 divided into 8, NG 1:68-9; star, NG 1:69-70; 12 zodiacal signs, NG 1:70-2, of Murray Blacks, NG 1:479; two motherhoods first division, AE 1:79-81
Totum, or 'All things.' title of Christ, ML 36
Touch, Egyptian and American god, BB 2:291, 479, NG 1:72
Tower, of Babel, NG 2:227, 233; planetary, NG 2:88; symbol of pole; building the, replacing the pole, AE 2:587
Traditions, Dog-rib Indian, woman and dog; Mangaian, mother and daughter, AE 1:86; various tribes issuing from earth, AE 1:100; Witchetty-grubs transformed into men, in Manx, earliest people were fairies, AE 2:549; Arab, of burial-place of Sut, AE 1:266; Aborigines, McDonnell Ranges, sky inhabited by three persons; Ainu, of their origin; Korean, of their origin, AE 1:379; Badagas, of their origin, AE 1:380; of Lenni Lenape Indians, their beginning underground; Mandan, their village underground and their grape-vine, AE 2:632; Quiche, Hawaiian, Hottentot, of their ancestors crossing the waters which divided, AE 2:633; of Quiches, Aztecs, Bushmen, etc., ancestors existed before creation of the sun, AE 2:731
Trance condition, ML 67; precursor to spiritual transformation, ML 200; abnormal human conditions, once common, ML 201
Transfiguration, of Jesus; of the Osiris in Amenta, AE 2:823
Transformation, customs and totemic types, NG 1:73-7; scene of, NG 2:397; took place in underworld, ML 21
Transmigration of souls, ML 224
Tree, burial in, NG 1:124; with seven branches, NG 1:354; twined with serpent, NG 1:355; guarded by dragon, NG 1:360; and rock, stock and stone, NG 1:371; and mount co-types, NG 1:372; split, two sexes, NG 1:373; an ark, house, coffin, NG 1:374; as mother of life, NG 1:375, 377; as place of birth, NG 1:376; spirits, NG 1:380, 384; vegetable alkaloids, NG 1:382; ideograph of time, NG 1:381; oracles, NG 1:382; as intelligencer, NG 1:384; tabooed, and the Fall, NG 1:385; garden of paradise, Hom of Aryana Vaejo, jambu or rose-apple, NG 1:394; elevator of the heavens, NG 1:395; the great, temple of, NG 1:396; two-armed, Skambha, NG 1:398, 401-2; type in Britain, NG 1:404; and lotus, NG 1:410; devils, NG 1:439; constellation, NG 2:208; reaching to moon, NG 2:243; restored as cross, NG 2:382; type of earth, AE 1:4; of food, life, shelter, AE 1:5; dawn, AE 1:29, 388, 415, AE 2:719; sign of prayer, AE 1:34; type of Mother-earth, AE 1:100-4; gods and goddesses of, AE 1:140; blind man’s, AE 1:246; of Nut, AE 1:285, 448; first planted in Abyss in South; terebin, territory of, AE 1:303; of the pole, AE 1:305, 339, 380, AE 2:595; figure of equinox; figure of birthplace, AE 1:340; figures of, between two lions, two goats, two cherubs, two winged unicorns, two rams, two giraffes, two hare-headed animals, AE 1:341; typical means of ascent to heaven, AE 1:388, AE 2:603; Llagdigua, of the Mbocobis of Paraguay, AE 1:388-9; Bhuggu in the Rig Veda clinging to; spirits of Australians climb to heaven by means of; strips of bark cut spirally to make a pathway for spirits, AE 1:388; Yao-Miao people bind their dead to; that reached to the moon, AE 1:389; two, in Aarru corresponding to Tree of Life and Tree of Knowledge in garden of Eden, AE 1:415; one, in Eridu; one, in Edin, AE 1:447; eternal, the pole, AE 1:448-9; Chinese Izu, figure of pole, AE 1:448, AE 2:587; of eternal life; of Hathor, earth, life; Egyptian coffins made from sycamore, AE 1:448-9; divine drink and food from, AE 1:449; Horus between two in Roman catacombs; of Adam, legend of, AE 1:450; Nut gives fruit of to pair in garden, AE 1:451; cursing, religious hatred of motherhood; in upper paradise, thornless, AE 1:452; and serpent, the pair; male and female, AE 1:453; guarded by flaming sword, AE 1:454; sycamore, of stability and safety in Amenta, AE 1:484; fig and vine, typical trees, AE 1:536; means of escape from deluge; the ash, refuge of Thor, AE 2:571 seven, twelve, trees; Asherah; Khabsu, AE 2:604; on the mount, AE 2:625; grapevine, typical tree of life, AE 2:729; sign of sustenance, foundation of tat-image of stability and support, AE 2:750; cherry tree that bowed down for Mary, AE 2:765; of life, in Annu; sycamore, etc., described as arms and hair of Hathor, AE 2:846
Tree-Alphabets, BB 1:83
Tree of Knowledge, NG 1:382; kept by serpent, NG 1:361; female, NG 1:403; asherah, NG 2:295; aswatha, NG 2:297; = Tree of Wisdom in Apocrypha, ML 40, 208-9
Tree of Life, NG 2:354; giver of food; cistern of water, NG 1:379; Hathor, NG 1:380; male, NG 1:403; barber’s pole, NG 1:436
Tree of, human body, NG 1:229; the pole, NG 1:353; earth and heaven, NG 1:371; Druids, NG 1:377; Mary and her child, NG 1:378; disease and death, NG 1:386-7; divine drink, NG 1:388-9; 6th day, NG 1:394; celestial dome, NG 1:396; judgment seat, NG 1:397; nine branches, NG 2:64-5, 67; Eternity, NG 2:341; Great Year, NG 2:382
Tree, type of, human being, NG 1:229; origin, NG 1:373; time, NG 2:328
Triad, female, Hindu, Gnostic, NG 1:530; Egyptian, NG 1:531; three wives of Arthur, NG 1:532; British, Russian, NG 1:533; double, totalled, NG 1:536; Mexican, NG 2:352
Triangle, of Horus, AE 1:327, AE 2:752; god of, a threefold nature, AE 1:329; reversed, AE 2:752
Triangula, constellation, NG 2:386
Trimurti, Hindu, Assyrian, NG 1:526; Egyptian, Chinese, NG 1:527; Finnish; Hawaiian; Maori, NG 1:528; Sancta trinitus, NG 1:530
Trinity, BB 1:102, ML 141; = father, mother, and son, or Osiris, Isis, and Horus, BB 1:424; = Atum, Iusaas and Iu-em-Hept or Osiris, Isis, and Horus, or Amen, Maut, and Khunsu, BB 2:297; = Osiris, Horus, Ra, AE 1:184, AE 2:897; Sut, Horus, Shu, god of triangle, AE 1:329; mother, father, son, AE 2:718
Trinity in Unity, NG 1:206, 537, NG 2:350; Arddha-Nari, NG 1:206; tree type, NG 1:252; Cyfriu, NG 1:225; Chinese 'three lights,' NG 1:226; triagion, NG 1:442; trident, NG 1:526; trimurti, NG 1:526-30; triangle, NG 1:539; genesis of, NG 1:540; Mihir sign, NG 1:542; triangula, NG 1:543; gesture signs, NG 1:547; doctrine of, NG 2:443; nature of, NG 2:451
Trisula, trinity in unity, NG 1:206
Triune Being, mother, child, and adult male in one, AE 2:717
Troy, BB 2:680; one of the enclosures on the summit, AE 2:625
True and Untrue, twin brothers, NG 1:494
Trullo, Council of, NG 1:443
Truth and time, NG 2:97
Tseb = Djovis = Zeus, NG 1:521
Tseret, a witch-like goddess, AE 1:382
Tsuni-Goam and Gaonab, male twins, NG 1:477, ML 107, 172
Tsutsowt, talkers in bird-language, AE 1:50
Tua, sun of tomorrow, AE 1:334
Tuat, walled-up doorway in, first of twelve in passage of Amenta, AE 1:227; entrance to underworld, AE 1:268, 278; secret source of Nile, AE 1:278; in south, from whence inundation came, AE 1:324; birthplace of water, AE 1:348, 399; in Amenta, AE 1:411, AE 2:635; sixth division of, corresponding to sixth hour of night, no representation of Ra in, AE 2:875
Tuatha de Danan, BB 2:681; Irish mythical heroes, BB 1:338, 480, AE 2:635-6; = Ptah-Tatanen, BB 1:482
Tulau, extant in Africa, NG 2:230
Tulans, of 4 quarters, NG 1:409
Tum, BB 1:209, 252, BB 2:60, 106, 165, ML 137; judge of dead, BB 1:219; = Greek Tomos. BB 1:299; winter sun, BB 1:328, 334; lord of An, BB 1:336; living god. BB 1:337; ba of, BB 1:500; judge of dead, BB 2:69; Great Lord of Ritual, BB 2:90; Ptah the father of, BB 2:108; great judge, BB 2:194; crown of, BB 2: 212; = Hebrew Thummin, = British Tom Thumb, BB 2:287; festival of, BB 2:290; god of Two Truths being represented by, BB 2:368; sun-god in Amenta; ass a type of, AE 1:24; father of souls, AE 1:129; of created man, AE 1:431; son of Ptah, AE 1:434; beginning of human race in time of, AE 2:630; Atum-Ra, = setting sun, AE 2:655; tablets of, AE 2:679; = Lord of Annu, AE 2:847; 'words of,' teaching of truth, law, justice, an earlier name of Atum-Ra, AE 2:890, 894; author of sayings of the Lord, AE 2:890, 893; converted into apostle Thomas, AE 2:891, 893; continued in Europe in nursery tales, in India as historic Thomas, on peninsula of Indus as Thoma, AE 2:893
Tum-neb-tata, BB 2:300
Tumu, Zulu, group of huts, NG 1:65
Tundi, Judicial assembly of Australian Blacks, AE 1:365; in Land of Promise, AE 1:397
Tunudra, Fijian, mother-blood, NG 1:62
Turin, Museum of, ML 113
Tut or Dood, BB 2:370
Tut-ankh-Amen, BB 2:410
Tutu, progenitor of gods and men, BB 2:495
Twelfth Night, BB 1:260-1
Twelve, labours of Hercules; signs of zodiac, tablets  tribes of Israel, BB 1:360; tribes established, BB 2:349; change from ten to twelve, BB 2:351; divisions of heaven; sons of Israel; signs of zodiac; sons of Jacob; gods of earth; gods in Amenta; worshippers of Ra; the Blessed; mummies standing upright, bearers of cord; followers of Har-Khuti; cultivators of corn; bearers of food; typical reapers; Joseph’s sheaves gods in twelve signs; rowers of solar boat; fields of divine harvest; divisions, gates, of Amenta; pillars raised by Moses, AE 2:649, 650-1, 684-5, 710, 720; statutes curses in Deuteronomy; gods; thrones, AE 2:680; twelve pillars of twelve tribes; stones set up by Joshua; gates; lots, in Promised Land, AE 2:685; rulers in zodiac, AE 2:703; judges on thrones in the Maat, also in Revelation, and Gospels, AE 2:704, 712; reapers; gods; kings; Apostles, AE 2:710, 720, 825; divisions in Amenta; gates or doors guarded by serpents in Amenta, AE 2:774; dungeons of torment and their guardians, in Pistis Sophia, AE 2:774; with Horus and Jesus, AE 2:776, 864; Apostles, type of Aeons set in zodiac as timekeepers and preservers of light, AE 2:779, 821; great spirits in Amenta, reapers for Har-Khuti, AE 2:779; enthroned in New Kingdom, knights with Arthur; gods with Odin, AE 2:780, 901; saviours of treasure of light, AE 2:784; astronomical characters to whom were given thrones, AE 2:785; disciples who were to sit on thrones and judge tribes of Israel, AE 2:838
Twelve apostles, zodiacal, NG 1:449-52; 410 BC, NG 2:266
Twenty, whole man, nail (as unguis or clavus), a sign; as 20 nails synonymous with man, NG 1:186
Twenty-eight day period, mystical origin of, moon, NG 2:307
Twice born, NG 1:550
Twin brothers, BB 2:303; darkness and light; Sut-Horus, NG 1:473; Eagle-hawk and Crow, War and Warpil, NG 1:474; Eskimo, NG 1:479; Tangaroa and Rongo, Jacob and Esau, NG 1:480; Habid and Habil, NG 1:485; Ormizt and Arhmen, NG 1:483; Dioscouri, NG 1:484; Asvins, Biel-Bog and Czerny-Bog, NG 1:485; Krishna and Bala-Rama; Yethl and Kanukh, NG 1:490; Adar-Parsondas and Shin-Nannaros, NG 1:491; Behin and Brennns, Heba and Heremon, NG 1:492; True and Untrue, NG 1:494
Twins, first, two males; second, brother and sister; Shu and Tefnut, figure of Sagittarius, AE 1:325; twelve lions, AE 1:455; Pundjel and Kar-ween, NG 1:47; Good mind and Bad mind, NG 1:489; Tsuni-Goam and Gannab, NG 1:477; double Anubis, NG 1:486; Jack and Jill, NG 1:459; divide the world, NG 1:492; as 'one-two,' NG 1:495; Ahura-Mazda and Anra-Mainyus, NG 1:496; Horus and Stauros, as Messiah, NG 1:497; Christ in catacombs, NG 1:497-8; Shu and Tefnut, NG 1:506; male and female, NG 1:506-7; of time, NG 2:95; zodiacal, in two sets, NG 2:197; born of aunt, NG 2:449
Twinship, type of dignity, NG 1:543; types of, NG 1:550; royal, NG 1:501
Two, brothers, Miztec, NG 1:482; gold children, NG 1:493; mothers, NG 1:501; mothers of Jesus, NG 1:505; Adams, NG 2:133; birds of deluge, NG 2:180; saved in ark, NG 2:232, 240; women, AE 1:64, 70, 75-7; mothers, AE 1:69; of Jesus, of Horus, AE 2:788; sisters, AE 1:76, 78, AE 2:550, 664, 845, 849; ancestresses, mother and eldest daughter, AE 1:77; Isis and Nephthys, AE 1:77-9, AE 2:550, 664; wives, AE 1:78, 81; brothers, earliest totem of Arunta, AE 1:247; souls, AE 1:431; witnesses, AE 2:705-6, 710, 715, 855; Eyes, city of, AE 2:725
Two, no. 2, obtained by dividing, NG 1:155, 189; type-names of, NG 1:191, 197; B a figure of, NG 1:200; thieves, NG 2:448
Two, synonymous with, father, NG 1:198; puberty, NG 1:204; no. 10—child of either sex, NG 1:205
Two brothers, myth of, born twins, ML 145
Two sisters, Isis and Nephthys, BB 1:235, BB 2:317, NG 1:470; = Pekht and Sekht, BB 1:471; heaven and earth, NG 1:471; in zodiac, NG 1:499; divine, NG 1:502; and brother, NG 1:504; Keridwen and Ogyrwen, Vari and Papa, NG 1:469
Two Truths, BB 1:6, 95, 102, 123, 181, 222-3, 261-2, 278, 326, 331, 343, 347-8, 389, 425, 467, 490, BB 2:30, 43, 53, 60, 68, 72, 104, 113, 159, 228, 267, 283, 288, 295, 368, 464, 563, 576, 635, 644, 657, NG 1:5-6, NG 2:280, 302; of mythology as the two factors of being, BB 1:2, 10; basis of Egyptian thought, BB 1:97; feather signifies, BB 1:128; represented by white and red, BB 1:182; Lady of, BB 1:215; as Blood and Breath, BB 1:235; primitive physiology, BB 1:244; typified by two waters, BB 1:285; = Breath and Water, BB 1:351; Mati, BB 1:352; of mythology, BB 1:384; reach fountainhead of ancient typology, BB 2:38; assigned to Great Mother in mythology, BB 2:47; = two stone tables of testimony, BB 2:60, 284; hand and foot, upper and lower, before and behind, breath and water, types of, BB 2:154; light and shade of feather, BB 2:251; hall of, BB 2:354; gesture sign of, NG 1:24-5; mati, NG 1:136; moth, a type of, NG 1:137; yes and no, NG 1:141; day and dark, NG 1:144; blood and breath, dual lunation—Yang and Yin, NG 1:145; feather of, pool of, NG 1:147; wind and water, NG 1:150; type of, Nabhi-yoni, NG 1:153; dual baptism, NG 1:160; of biology, NG 1:160; type of, spotted cow, NG 1:162; motion and arrest, NG 1:172; red and white crown, NG 1:174; Wampum belts; two mirrors, NG 1:179; in Masonry, NG 1:181; double tablet of stone, the didyma, NG 1:182; real and unreal, truth and lie, good and evil, NG 1:183; applied to numbers, NG 1:234; serpent of, NG 1:334; of Fung-shui, NG 1:399; represented by moon, NG 1:489
Two Waters
, young and old, light and dark, NG 1:164; Pool of Natron and Pool of Salt, male and female, NG 1:162; earth and heaven, white and black, NG 1:163; living and dead, NG 1:164, 173-4; sun and moon, NG 1:165; of Aquarius, NG 1:166; pools of Bezatha, Nag-kon-Wat, NG 1:167; localized, NG 1:167-9; blue and red Nile, of Hapi-Mu, NG 1:169; strength and weakness, NG 1:171; two tears, of Miriam and Moses, NG 1:176
Two women, mother and sister, NG 1:61; Kamilaroi, descent from, NG 1:68; as Elizabeth and Mary, NG 1:499
Tydain, father of Muses, BB 1:343
Types of transformation, stork, NG 1:41; crocodile, NG 1:52; Bes-Horus, NG 1:121; of moon, cat, NG 1:42; of soul, blind Horus, and disappearance, mouse, NG 1:49; of renewal, serpent, NG 1:55; bone, NG 1:52; of soul, reindeer, NG 1:52; covenant, NG 1:86; opening, NG 1:89-91; of puberty, hair, NG 1:99; adultship, nail, NG 1:102; resurrection, the Bedwen, NG 1:123; reproduction, phallus, NG 1:127; bead, NG 1:127, 129; mirror, NG 1:130; mummy, ngobera, NG 1:129; the dead, egg, NG 1:133; of Two Truths, moth, NG 1:137; Nabhi-yoni, NG 1:153; spotted cow, NG 1:162; moon, NG 1:489; of dignity, NG 1:143; existence, not, NG 1:152; foretelling, navel, NG 1:153; female source, butter, NG 1:177; twinship, serpent and tree, NG 1:190, 201, 355; of trinity in unity, NG 1:206; triple-fanged tooth, NG 1:212; human being, tree, NG 1:229; of division NG 1:231-2; breath and breathing, NG 1:261; soul of breath, butterfly, NG 1:260; speech, the snake, anger; seven elementaries, NG 1:264; darkness, NG 1:294; serpent, of disease, NG 1:302; wisdom, NG 1:304; sacrifice, NG 1:311; fire, NG 1:324; feminine periodicity, NG 1:339; of terrible, lion, NG 1:323; of Typhon, unicorn, NG 1:351; origin, tree, NG 1:373; Venus, pillar, NG 1:393; twinship, cross and circle, NG 1:419, 447; the Christ, ram, NG 1:453-4; the mother, lotus, NG 1:462, 514; Sirius, giraffe, NG 1:486; cycle, circle, NG 2:17, 19; preservation, resin, NG 2:182; an end, the deluge, NG 2:174; birth-place, mount, high, cow and water, NG 1:372, NG 2:163-70; divining, NG 1:201-3; flint knife, deer, NG 2:75; Gayomard and Omoroka, NG 2:76
Types, BB 2:672; older are inner African, BB 2:619; express human ideas, views, and sentiments, BB 2:652; eye, crocodile, NG 1:17; fish, NG 1:18; crooked pin, NG 1:19; water, NG 1:22; frog, lizard, caterpillar, mantis, NG 1:35; lioness, NG 1:46; ear, NG 1:81; ear-drop, NG 1:82; head and scalp, NG 1:87; stick, straw, egg, NG 1:94; foreskin, phallus, NG 1:102-3; skin, NG 1:104, 115; shoe, hat, gloves, NG 1:106; cow, NG 1:176; reed, NG 1:177; tree in Britain, NG 1:404; tree and lotus, NG 1:410; cross, NG 1:433; sphinx, lion-tail, she-bull, Gayomard, Pan, NG 1:508; tortoise, NG 2:11-2; of Christ, NG 2:478; gnostic, NG 2:482
Types, primitive culminated in deities, BB 1:369; in heaven, NG 2:217-8; in primordial onomatopoeia, NG 2:259
Typhon, BB 1:196, 277, BB 2:26, 164, 189, ML 129; the good, BB 1:14; beneficent, BB 1:126; = Baba the Beast, BB 1:91-2, 140; as sow or hippopotamus, BB 1:177; = Fenti, BB 1:233; = Ursa Major, BB 1:253, 450; = Egyptian Satan, BB 1:291; sow a type of, BB 1:298; great dragon, BB 1:358; snare, noose, or tie, a type of, BB 2:33; Red was adversary, BB 2:41; unicorn type of, BB 2:53; betrayer of Osiris, BB 2:91; evil power, BB 2:94; betrays Osiris, BB 2:96; the genetrix, as Ta-urt = Astarte, BB 2:105; 'Curse of the gods,' BB 2:132; = north, BB 2:143; living Word, BB 2:145; = Zephon, BB 2:148; netherworld is domain of, BB 2:189; changed into type of evil, BB 2:199; seven days fleeing from Horus, on ass constitutes Sut-Typhon, BB 2:215-6; tears Osiris into fourteen parts, BB 2:249; defeated by Horus, BB 2:258; fled from Egypt on back of an ass, BB 2:266; great scarlet harlot, BB 2:280; war with Amalek, BB 2:327; 'mother of the fields of the ah-en-Ru,' BB 2:366; = Ta-urt, Khepsh, Rerit, or Teb, BB 2:375; worshipped in Israel as suckler, BB 2:383; first tongue-type of the word, BB 2:638; beast-image of first Great Mother, = hippopotamus/crocodile, ML 134; evil power, ML 172, 185
Typhonian Cult, the earliest, BB 2:26, 140, 361, 371
Typhonians, BB 2:364; worship Great Mother and Child, BB 1:13; kept chronology, BB 1:44; their religion and types are oldest extant, BB 2:132; liers-in-wait, BB 2:97; = the Menat, BB 2:147; worship black god, BB 2:346
Typical giant, genetrix, twin brothers, twin brother and sister, virgin, Messiah, chief, artisan, physician, judge, AE 1:9, AE 2:543
Typology, anterior to mythology, BB 1:136; consists in various things being set forth by means of one original type, BB 2:37 tattu, NG 1:10; perverted, NG 1:15; origin in gesture language, NG 1:19; of left and right hands, NG 1:21; zoological, NG 1:73; comparative, NG 1:242; arkite, NG 2:187; of Stonehenge, NG 2:222; Typhon, mother of the seven, NG 1:314; identical with Typhon, NG 1:331; unicorn, type of, NG 1:351
Tzaddi, BB 2:121
Tzebaoth, divinity of the seven stars, BB 2:148
Ua, Akkadian, Supreme One, ML 134
Uak, feast, BB 2:64
Uaka, festival of Nile, BB 1:146, AE 1:290, 296, 301, 536, AE 2:705; name of inundation, AE 1:296
Uat, Lower Egypt; the reed, AE 1:255; land of wet, AE 1:259; Great Oasis; field of reeds, AE 1:264
Uati, goddess of water, BB 1:180, 324, 362; goddess of north, BB 1:371, 414, 447; temple of, BB 1:413; goddess, BB 2:352; name signifies heat and water, BB 2:541, 565; title of Isis, AE 1:255; mother of food, AE 1:288
Uba, a deity, BB 2:78
Uisneach, BB 1:487-8
Ulthaana, Great Spirit, Aborigines, McDonnell Ranges, AE 1:244
Una, the governor of the south, BB 1:22
Unbu, golden bough, burning bush, AE 2:673
Uncle, prior to father, NG 1:61
Uncleanness, = menstruation, genesis of ideas, BB 2:377
Unicorn, BB 2:381; express symbol of Sut-Typhon, BB 1:126, 261, 306, 468; type of Sut; type of Typhon, BB 2:53, 91, 642, NG 1:351; lunar, NG 2:348; figure of pole, supporter of Royal Arms, ML 65, AE 2:611
Union Jack, BB 1:325
Unit and unity, identical, NG 1:190; dismal one, NG 1:193
Universe, duality of, NG 1:466
Un-Nefer, good opener, NG 1:89, ML 167
Upper Chamber, attached to Roman and Egyptian sepulchres for relatives to assemble in, AE 2:888
Urdu, mountain of the world; cradle of human race, AE 1:385
Uraei, seven, NG 1:346
Uraeus, divinities, seven, representative of primordial souls of life, AE 1:200, 272
Uranus, divided heaven = Urnas, NG 2:26
Ur-heka, BB 1:220, 323; symbol of magical power, AE 1:194, AE 2:710; instrument for 'opening the mouth,' AE 2:710
Urn, figure of the inundation, AE 1:286, 300
Urnas or Uranus, = Egyptian urnas, BB 1:206; = Uranus, NG 2:26; Ouranos, heaven as water, AE 1:362, 483
Ursa Major, BB 1:215, 319, 321, BB 2:81, 131, 148; Behemoth, celestial type of, BB 2:52; seven of chariot, BB 2:73; 'The Northern Bushel;' hands like a clock, BB 2:133
Urt, = Great Mother, BB 1:321; = the chariot, BB 1:383
Usert-sceptre, sign of sustaining and protecting power, BB 2:544
Usertasen I, BB 1:45
Usertasen III, BB 1:45
Ushidarena, mountain in Avesta, BB 2:251
Uskh Hall, BB 1:437
Uther Pendragon, BB 1:224
Uthlanga, birthplace in reeds, AE 1:255, 257-8
Uti, goddess of north, BB 2:376
Vaiola, Samoan, water which washed away all infirmities, AE 1:354
Valentine's Day, BB 1:268, 299
Vampire, lives by drinking human blood, ML 242
Vapour, form of spirit, NG 1:157
Vari, Mangaian Great Mother, BB 2:563, ML 222; and Papa, two sisters, NG 1:469
Vase, with female breasts, a dual type of genetrix, BB 2:484; type of Two Truths, BB 2:499; emblem of mound and tomb, NG 1:126
Vau, BB 2:120
Vedas, vague phase of mythos, NG 1:9; smriti or revelation, NG 1:10
Veil, of tabernacle, rending of, AE 1:225, AE 2:877, 897; of Moses, AE 2:662
Venus, BB 1:465, ML 136; called 'Star of Bennu Osiris,' BB 1:6; goddess, BB 2:170, 264; androgynous type, NG 1:511; Barbatus, androgynous type, NG 1:512; Mexicans belief, created before the sun, ML 120; = Ishtar, ML 137; mound of, AE 2:675; with a beard, male and female, AE 2:717
Venus Architis, BB 2:135
Venus-Barbatus, biune being, BB 1:272
Verbs, first enacted, NG 1:239
Vernal equinox, solar birthplace; in Taurus, type of Horus a calf, AE 1:335; horizon of resurrection, Mount of Glory, AE 1:336; in Aries, type of Horus a lamb, AE 2:721; in the Ram, astronomy in Revelation, AE 2:722; change of type according to sign, AE 2:725; traced through various signs in precession, AE 2:732; Horus born as son of god the father, AE 2:739; time reckoned by, AE 2:742
Veronica, NG 2:429
Vesica Piscis, AE 1:283-4, AE 2:734
Vesture without seam, AE 1:216
Victoria Nyanza, AE 1:262
Vindemiatrix, sign of grape-gathering, AE 1:296
Vintager, star of, NG 1:452
Vir, and hair synonymous, NG 1:208
Virgil on Great Year, NG 2:383
Virgin, = Harlot, BB 1:228; also called harlot, represented pre-monogamic stage of intercourse, ML 5; typical, heifer or vulture, AE 1:9; sacrifice of, AE 1:75
Virgin Mary, enthroned in new moon, ML 142
Virgin-motherBB 1:269; son of BB 1:312, AE 1:69; = Isis, AE 1:136; Horus born of, AE 1:289, 293; = Neith, AE 1:333, AE 2:761; Gospel Jesus born of, AE 2:749, 787; Serapis born of, AE 2:756; Mut-em-Ua, AE 2:757; gnostic Jesus born of; a survival of matriarchate, AE 2:761
Virgo, sign of, Horus conceived in, AE 1:289, 293; Isis in, AE 1:296; Neith, AE 1:302
Vishnu, sun-god, BB 2:569, ML 181
Vitingra, BB 2:119
Vitziliputzli, = Moses, BB 2:209
Voltaire, Françoise Marie Arouet, NG 1:81
Vortigern, legend of, ML 224
Vulture, as nursing mother, BB 1:106; a type of Neith BB 1:142; hieroglyphic type of maternity, royal or divine, BB 2:620; sign of a year, NG 2:247; mother-totem, royal totem, AE 1:66; sent out from bark after Mexican deluge, AE 2:614; a pole-star, AE 2:615
Wagner, Richard, BB 2:497
Walter, Archdeacon of Oxford, BB 1:312
Waninga, southern pole of Aruntas, AE 1:267
Wantley, dragon of, AE 1:367
War and Warpil, twin brothers, NG 1:474
Waraus of Guiana, their creation myth, BB 2:207
Wassailing, BB 1:303
Watchers in heaven, NG 2:97
Water, type-words for are feminine, BB 1:200; type of negation, NG 1:22; primal element, NG 1:148; ghost born of, NG 1:149; out of, existence, NG 1:151; synonymous with mother, type-name, NG 1:197; voice of, nun, NG 2:277; first way, NG 2:29; synonymous with negation, NG 2:275; one of Two Truths, first essential element of life, ML 110; mother, maternal source, ML 115; nature-power brought forth by Mother-earth; children of Horus born from, AE 1:131; running through rain, AE 1:134; well of, source of life, AE 1:257, 338; throne of eternal, AE 1:258; 'beginning of all things,' AE 1:280; firmamental, AE 1:281, AE 2:548, 558; ewers of, in Babylonian temples, AE 1:283; from earth, from heaven; types of power in; of upper and lower firmament, AE 1:285; African ideal of divine, AE 1:288; birth of, from Southern Fish, AE 1:293; Isis searching for; female, renewer of, AE 1:299; source of, in underworld, AE 1:300; salt, holy and purifying, AE 1:313; of dawn; crystal; arch of, AE 1:374; celestial, 'river of souls'; that divides the living from the dead, AE 1:380; source of creation, AE 1:399; secret of its source persistently preserved, AE 1:400; constellation of, AE 1:404; primary element of life, AE 1:412, 450, 458; throne of Osiris on; Lord on (Psalms and Revelation), AE 1:483; of rest, in Hetep, in Psalms, AE 1:488; way of the gods, way of souls to heaven, AE 2:551; great in Sheol, AE 2:551; celestial, assigned to Nut, AE 2:557; turned into wine by Horus, AE 2:569, by Jesus, AE 2:798, 827; waters which divided, AE 2:633, 640; from the rock, of dawn, of Tefnut, AE 2:667; figure of daylight, AE 2:713; Osiris = water of life in Egypt, Jesus giver of living water, AE 2:900
Watling Street, BB 1:371
Wedding-ring, unit, fourth digit, NG 1:420
Wee folk, BB 1:416
Well, the holy; well-worship, AE 1:284; types of power in, AE 1:285
Well of Counla, NG 2:64; of Mimir, NG 2:65
Well of the Two Truths, BB 2:320
Wells, sacred, BB 1:198-9; of Zem-zem, BB 1:206
Wesley-bob, BB 1:303
Westminster, BB 1:275
Westminster Abbey, coronation chair in, BB 1:212
Wet-nurse, first type, AE 1:6; Neith, AE 1:13
Were-wolf, a transformer, NG 1:76, ML 200
Whip-Poor-Will, a god of night, ML 170
White, emblematic of spirit, AE 1:128, 176
White days, NG 2:288
White stone, in Revelation; in totemic ceremonies and religious mysteries, AE 2:696
White wall, district of, AE 1:304
Who, a god, NG 1:287
Whoredom, BB 2:164
Widdershins, from left to right, NG 1:113
Widow, with whom Holy Family lodged in Egypt; Isis the, AE 2:769; Child-Horus in Suten-Khen with the; Child-Jesus in Sutinen with the, AE 2:771
Wife, in two characters, NG 1:470
Wild, NG 1:436
Wilderness, of buried corpses, AE 2:643; where clothes of children of Israel did not wear out, AE 2:645; of Sin, Egyptian Anrutef, AE 2:676; in Anrutef, where Horus was made
blind by Sut, AE 2:835; where Jesus was tempted of devil, AE 2:835
Wilkinson, on Osiris, ML 23
William the Conqueror, BB 2:299
Winds, four, of four quarters, NG 1:407
Wine, synonymous with wisdom, NG 1:391
Winged disk, BB 1:89
Wisdom, hidden because primitive, NG 1:7; smriti, NG 1:10; personified as darkness, NG 1:296; serpent, a type of, NG 1:304; synonymous with wine, NG 1:395; Hea, god of; NG 1:465; gnostic Sophia, NG 2:366; = Sophia, first as mother of God, ML 41; as sayer, ML 54
Witch, a spirit-medium, AE 1:169
Witch of Edmonton, BB 1:329
Witch’s SabbathBB 1:276, 323, 365, BB 2:46, 73, NG 1:517-8, AE 1:382
Witchcraft, BB 1:221
Witness, faithful and true, AE 2:709
Witnesses, two in Revelation and in Egyptian judgment scenes, AE 2:705-6, 710, 715; two for Horus, Anup, baptizer, and Aan, divine scribe, AE 2:857
Witoba, figure of crucified without cross, NG 1:445, AE 2:751
Wockey Hole, BB 1:132, 196
Wolf, type of Sut-Anup, BB 2:652; living image of Seb, BB 2:654; totemic type, NG 1:64, NG 2:10
Woman, type-name of, NG 1:57; first one, NG 1:196; bruiser of serpent, NG 1:311, NG 2:157; carries gens, NG 1:457; author of evil, NG 2:145; mother of Time, teacher of man, NG 2:272
Womb, and tomb synonymous, BB 1:420; names of, BB 2:168, 511, 545, 601-2, 672; and dwelling-place synonymous, NG 1:460; type-names of, NG 1:460-3
Woo-te and the genitrix, NG 2:295
Word, of Atum, NG 2:353; as Khunsu, NG 2:354; of Power, mystical, female, 'living,' AE 1:193-4, AE 2:697; 'made truth,' AE 1:194, AE 2:709, 792, 804; made flesh, AE 1:231; creation by the, AE 1:408-9; 'that was in the beginning,' AE 1:408; Horus the, AE 2:706; of god, king of kings, AE 2:709; utterer of the 'sayings,' AE 2:902
Words, all have an Egyptian source, BB 1:163; duplicating, BB 2:536; primary formation, African, NG 1:235; first formed by duplicating same sound, NG 1:219; of Power, of Atum-Ra, AE 2:892
Wren, hunted to death on Christmas Day, BB 1:314
Xerxes, BB 2:337
Xisuthrus, god of other world, BB 2:469, 496
Yachida, unifying soul, ML 221
Yadu, lunar race, NG 2:442
Yama, ML 208
Yavuah, Supreme Being of the Dyaks of Borneo, AE 1:501
Year, of thirteen moons, NG 2:304; of 362 days, NG 2:311; earliest Egyptian, AE 1:305; five days added to, by Taht-Hermes; Egyptian sacred, of the inundation, AE 1:307; the Great, of the world, AE 1:467, 544, AE 2:554, 580, 622-4, 694; of the Lord, AE 1:492, 534; Jewish New Years day, AE 1:534, AE 2:621; Alexandrian, AE 2:740, 742; old Egyptian sacred; year of 360 days, AE 2:742; year of 365 days, AE 2:742, 744
Yem-Yem, or cannibals, BB 2:492
Yethl and Khanukh, NG 1:490
Yggdrasil, rooted in three regions, NG 2:61; tree with its roots in underworld and branches in northern heaven, AE 1:353; single tree, AE 1:448
Yima, circle of, BB 1:397, 422, BB 2:251, 352; his two cornered circle, NG 2:175, ML 120; his enclosure against deluge, AE 2:567, 576
Yima and Yimak, their fall, NG 2:126, 129
Yin and Yang, Chinese two elemental spirits, AE 1:402
Yin and Ying, NG 1:145; divided heaven, NG 2:15; their glory, NG 2:131
Yod, BB 2:120, 153-4
Yomuroka Omoroka, NG 2:13
Yoni cult, BB 2:675
Yoni-stone, BB 2:75, 675
Yonias, = Typhonians, as worshippers of Woman, BB 2:376-8, 426
'Young-man-making,' NG 1:91-2, 94, 111, 437; karo festival of Adelaide blacks; worringarka of Maoris, BB 2:554; of Kaffirs, BB 2:658; ceremony of, AE 1:47, 88; to commemorate change of descent from mother to father, AE 1:88-90; to prove the manhood, AE 1:89; Australian and inner African customs, AE 1:217; Arunta ceremony, AE 1:245-6
Young-woman-making, NG 1:92-6, 111, 331, 338
Yr Aipht, = Welsh name of Egypt, BB 1:34
Yu, deluge of, NG 2:249; partitions the waters, NG 2:250; pillars of, NG 2:251
Ystorrinau, ten British signs, BB 1:83, BB 2:676, NG 1:224
Zalmoxis, received laws from goddess Hestia, BB 2:171
Zarathustra, teacher of tillage, NG 2:137; Devil tempting, ML 57; and Angro-Mainyus in battle = Horus and Sut, ML 65
Zaratusht, entranced, NG 2:379
Zayin, BB 2:120
Zebub or Zimbi fly, NG 1:327
Zem-zem, well at Mecca, NG 1:165
Zephon, = Hebrew form of Typhon, BB 2:148, 199
Ziggurat, pillar, AE 1:271
Zikar, androgynous type, NG 1:511
Zikum, mother of gods, BB 2:500
Zion, Hebrew pillar of Upper and Lower Paradise, AE 1:353; Mount, Egyptian Hetep, AE 1:473; holy mountain, AE 2:675; celestial, AE 2:687; lamb on, AE 2:702
Zodiac, of Denderah, BB 2:684, ML 137, 258; called 'tertiary,' NG 1:74; on Pope’s chair, NG 1:444; Egyptian origin of, NG 2:193, 214; perfected, 2410 BC, NG 2:336
Zonah, BB 2:190, 272, 348; degraded Great Mother, BB 2:165
Zoological typology, NG 1:13; language, NG 1:249
Zoototemic, seven races of men, NG 2:74
Zootypes, living ideograph, NG 1:36; reduced to letters, NG 1:46; of totemism, NG 1:59; of mound-builders, NG 1:72; seven, Japanese. NG 2:244
Zoroaster, BB 2:281
Zosimas the Hermit, Apocalypse of, his description of Paradise in, AE 1:381

 

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