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clams 59:2.12(676;3)
clans 70:4sec(788;3),. See also tribes
Andonites' loyalties limited to 63:4.3(714;1)
blood-tie groups with common interests 70:3.3(787;3), 70:4.2(788;4), 70:5.2(788;8), 70:7.1(790;4)
delayed growth of strong nations 70:4.4(788;6)
many grew out of trades, associations 71:1.15(801;3)
many virtually exterminated by abortion, infanticide 68:6.9(770;6)
old idea of friendship meant adoption into clan 70:3.6(787;6)
peace chiefs ruled through mother line 70:4.4(788;6)
primitive Australians focus their religion upon clan 103:3.1(1132;1)
reappeared in dark ages 71:1.16(801;4)
solidified by fear, hatred of foreign groups 50:5.5(576;8)
territorial state had bitter struggle with 71:1.15(801;3), 134:5.8(1488;6)
asked Pilate not to arrest Jesus 183:2.3(1973;1)
message to Pilate regarding Jesus 185:5.7-8(1994;1)
wife of Pontius Pilate; became prominently identified with gospel 185:1.7(1989;1), 185:2.6(1990;2)
Roman slaveholder with whom Jesus talked 132:4.5(1461;3)
discouraged young man to whom Jesus spoke 130:8.1(1440;1)
magical charms concocted from 88:5.2(971;4)
clay 60:3.5(689;4)
belief man created from 74:8.4,7(837;3)
early people wrote on 66:5.9(746;7)
Jesus put c. on Josiah's eyes 164:3.8(1812;2)
sculpture of c. adorned Dalamatia 66:5.26(748;7)
Sumerian c. tablets telling of Dilmun 77:4.8(860;3)
taught by Pantaenus 195:3.10(2074;5)
at Jesus' 7th appearance 190:5sec(2034;2)
do not coerce men into kingdom with 159:3.2(1765;4)
no substitute for character 48:7.3(556;3)
climate. See also drought
attribute of troposphere 58:2.6(666;3)
changes in c. changed civilization 78:8.11(877;1), 80:1.4(889;6), 80:2.1(890;5), 80:3.8(892;2), 80:9.6(898;1)
chief factors causing fluctuations are land elevation, cosmic clouds, and oceans 57:8.22(662;9)
decisive factor in early civilization 81:1.1-5(900;3), 81:6.3-4(906;8)
harsh continental weather in Permian 59:6sec(682;7), 60:0.1(685;1)
parable of discerning the weather 157:2.1(1744;4)
Mary mother of Jesus a descendant of 122:1.2(1345;1)
Jesus wore 187:2.8(2007;7)
offer c. when coat taken 159:5.11(1770;3)
most reliable c. is radium 57:7.3(659;2)
husband of Mary, sister of Jesus' mother 187:3.2(2008;3)
Andon and Fonta nearly lost their lives 62:5.6(708;4)
narrow margins by which ancestors missed extinction 62:3.9(705;8)
70 evangelists sent out without extra 163:1.3(1800;5)
Andon and Fonta wore skins 63:2.5(712;5)
Caligastia 100 taught treating skins, weaving 66:5.2(745;8)
Jesus' c. divided by soldiers before crucifixion 187:2.2,8-9)
unshrunk cloth not sewed on old garment 147:7.2(1655;4)
cosmic c. affect climate 57:8.22(662;9)
feared and worshiped by primitive tribes 85:4.3(947;2)
Neanderthalers deathly afraid of 64:4.12(721;10)
Jesus was member of young men's 124:1.13(1368;2), 127:3.9(1400;1)
primitive. See secret societies
ability to effectively co-operate learned on Edentia 43:8.4-11(494;3)
civilization dependent on enthusiastic and effective load-pulling spirit 81:6.34-37(910;7)
few are the duties for the lone servant 28:5.14(312;1)
kindred minds incline toward 16:6.3(191;6)
learning to plan with other and wiser beings; quickener of morality seraphim teach 39:4.10(435;3)
marriage highest manifestation of antagonistic c. 84:6.2(938;6)
more efficient than competition in advanced civilizations 71:5.3(805;3)
mortals should co-operate with universe managers 65:5.3(736;6)
not natural trait of man 68:1.3-4(763;6)
on basis of unity of ideals rather than beliefs 99:5.7(1091;6)
Prince's staff taught teamwork 66:7.6(751;1)
teamwork depends on leadership 81:6.37(911;2)
teamwork is one of most important lessons 28:5.14(312;1)
Morontia Companions; instructors of social conduct 48:3.11(546;4)
coabsolute level. See reality: levels of reality: coabsolute reality
coal 59:5sec(680;3)
beds often hold gas and oil 59:5.16(681;8)
deposition 60:2.7(687;8), 60:3.9(689;8), 61:2.3(695;1)
between glacial layers 59:6.6(683;3)
Carboniferous was era of 59:5sec(680;3)
laid down 200 million years ago 59:5.13(681;5)
layers alternate with shale, stone, and conglomerate 59:5.15(681;7)
some coal-bearing strata are 18,000 feet thick 59:5.15(681;7)
water-preserved, pressure-modified remains of rank swamp vegetation 59:5.14-17(681;6)
when c. taken, offer cloak 159:5.11(1770;3)

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