• Deity Absolute (dee' i tee ab suh loot')

    The experientializing God of transcended superpersonal values and divinity meanings.

  • Dagon (da gohn')

    God of the Philistines.

  • Dalamatia (dal al may' shah)

    The headquarters city of the Planetary Prince, once situated on the Persian Gulf in Mesopotamia, approximately 500,000 years ago. This city was named after Daligastia.

  • Daligastia (dal I gas' chah)

    A secondary Lanonandek Son who served as the primary assistant to Caligastia, former Planetary Prince of Urantia.

  • Damascus (duh mas' kuhs)

    A city near Sidon in the north.

  • Dan (dan)

    One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff (see Ang). Dan headed thegroup of advisers regarding the conquest of predatory animals.

  • Daniel_ (dan' yuhl)

    Hebrew prophet who understood rule of Most High.

  • Danite (dan' ite)

    A member of that segment of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff which was headed by Dan. Two Danites discovered the non-sexual liaison which produced the primary midway creatures (see Midwayers).

  • Danubian (dan yoo' bee uhn)

    Andonites, farmers and herders who had entered Europe through the Balkan peninsula and were moving slowly northward by way of the Danube valley.

  • Daphne (daf' nee)

    Greek nymph.

  • David (dey' vid zeb' i dee)

    King of Judah.

  • Dawn of eternity (dawn uv ih tur' ni tee)

    The beginning of eternity.

  • Daynal (day' nahl)

    One of three descending orders of revealed Paradise Sons of God. Of origin in the Trinity, they are also known as Trinity Teacher Sons.

  • Deborah (deb' er uh)

    Ruler of the Hebrews.

  • Decapolis (dih kap' uh lis)

    A district of Greeco-Roman cities.

  • Deification (dee uh fi key' shuhn)

    Creating objects of worship.

  • Deified reality (dee' uh fahyd ree al i tee)

    Deified reality embraces all infinite Deity potentials ranging upward through all realms of personality from the lowest finite to the highest infinite.

  • Deify (dee' uh fahy)

    To elevate to the level of deity.

  • Deity (dee' i tee)

    DEITY is personalizable as God, is prepersonal and superpersonal in ways not altogether comprehensible by man. Deity is characterized by the quality of unity.

  • Demortalizing (de mawr' tl eyz ng)

    Passing from the mortal state to the immortal status.

  • Descender (dih send' ur)

    Gods that have descended from Paradise to the domains of time and space.

  • Descending Sons (dih send' nh sohns)

    They are dedicated to the descending ministry of service on the worlds and systems of time and space.

  • Destiny (des' tuh nee)

    Eternal Paradise is the real and far-distant destiny of the immortal souls of the mortal and material sons of God.

  • Destiny Guardians (des' tuh nee gahr' dee uhnz)

    Seraphim are not known as destiny guardians until such time as they are assigned to the association of a human soul who has realized one or more of three achievements

  • Destiny-heaven (des' tuh nee)

    The eighth group of worlds encircling Salvington.

  • Deuteronomy (doo tuh ron' uh mee)

    Portrayed the Great Choice — as between the good and the evil.

  • Didymus (did' y mus)

    A fisherman of Tarichea and onetime carpenter and stone mason of Gadara.

  • Dilmat (dil' mahy)

    An ancient Sumerian city located near the site of an earlier Nodite city, Dilmun, near the Persian Gulf in Mesopotamia.

  • Dilmun (dil' muhn)

    An ancient Nodite city founded after the submergence of Dalamatia, the racial and cultural headquarters of the descendents of Nod.

  • Diogenes (dahy oj' uh neez)

    Greek philosopher to whom the Cynics traced their philosophy.

  • Dion (di' on)

    A town in Perea.

  • Dionysus (dahy uh nahy' suhs)

    Greek god of wine.

  • Dis-Adjustered (dis uh juhs' ter d)

    Upon death the Thought Adjuster temporarily loses personality, but not identity; the human subject temporarily loses identity, but not personality; on the mansion worlds both reunite in eternal manifestation.

  • Disciples (dih sahy puhlz)

    The term apostle was employed to distinguish the chosen family of Jesus’ advisers from the vast multitude of believing disciples who subsequently followed him.

  • Dispensation (dis puhn sey' shuhn)

    A new epochal period.

  • Dispensational classes (dis puhn sey' shuhn ul klahs ez)

    Groups of sleeping survivors.

  • Dissociators (dis uh soh' see yet urs)

    One of the groups consituting the Master Physical Controllers .

  • Dium (dee' uhm)

    A city in the Decapolis.

  • Dives (dahyvs)

    Rich man in Nazarite allegory.

  • Divine (dih vahyn')

    Deity is the source of all that which is divine. Deity is characteristically and invariably divine, but all that which is divine is not necessarily Deity, though it will be co-ordinated with Deity and will tend towards some phase of unity with Deity — spiritual, mindal, or personal.

  • Divine Counselors (dih vahyn' koun' suh lerz)

    One of the groups of the Stationary Sons of the Trinity, beings partaking of the Trinity nature of the united Father, Son, and Spirit.

  • Divinington (dih vin' ing ton)

    One of seven sacred satellite spheres of the Father in circuit around Paradise. This world is the Paradise rendezvous of Thought Adjusters.

  • Divinity (dih vin' i tee)

    The characteristic, unifying, and co-ordinating quality of Deity, creature comprehensible as truth, beauty, and goodness; correlated in personality as love, mercy, and ministry; disclosed on impersonal levels as justice, power, and sovereignty.

  • Dorcas (dawr' kuhs)

    Believer at Joppa.

  • Dravidian (druh vid' ee uhn)

    The blending of the Andite conquerors of India with the native stock eventually resulted in that mixed people which has been called Dravidian.

  • Dualism (doo' uh liz uhm)

    The doctrine of good and bad spirits .

  • Dualities (doo al i tees)

    The Universal Father is one, but to time-space he is revealed in the dual phenomena of pure energy and pure spirit.

  • Dyaks (dahy' ak)

    A modern-day group that has evolved only the most primitive religious practices.

  • Dyaus Pitar (dyous peh' tar)

    Lord of heaven in Vedic cult.

  • Dyaus-Zeus (dyous zoos)

    Head of Greek pantheon.

  • Descending Orders (dih send' ng awr' derz)

    A group of beings of origin in any two of the Paradise Deities or otherwise created by any two beings of direct or indirect descent from the Paradise Deities.

  • Dual-origin beings (doo' uhl awr' i jin bee ings)

    Those of origin in any two of the Paradise Deities or otherwise created by any two beings of direct or indirect descent from the Paradise Deities.

  • Deity unity (dee' i tee yoo' ni tee)

    The divine oneness of the three original and co-ordinate and coexistent personalities, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit.

  • David Zebedee (dey' vid)

    Head of the messenger service.