• Ikhnaton (ik naht' n)

    Egyptian pharaoh having a clear concept of revealed religion and one God.

  • Illinois (il uh noi')

    State in the central United States.

  • Imhotep (im hoh' tep)

    Andite architectural genius who erected first pyramids.

  • Immanence of the Supreme (im' uh nuhns ov thee suh preem')

    Remaining within , indwelling in the Supreme.

  • Immanuel (ih man' yoo uhl)

    Ambassador of Paradise Trinity on Salvington.

  • Immortal soul (ih mawr' tl sohl)

    Incorporeal essence of a person, which is destined to survive mortal death and begin the Paradise ascension.

  • Incarnation (in kahr ney' shuhn)

    Conception and birth of a sentient creature who is the material manifestation of an entity whose original nature is nonmaterial.

  • India (in' dee uh)

    Country in south asia.

  • Indo-China (een' duh chahy' nuh)

    Peninsula in the east of India and south of China.

  • Indonesia (in duh nee' zhuh)

    Country in southeast Asia.

  • Indra (in' druh)

    Lord of atmosphere in Vedic cult.

  • Indwell (in dwel')

    To live within.

  • Inequities (in ek' wi tees)

    Lack of equity, unfairness.

  • Infinite Spirit (in' fuh nit spir' it)

    The Third Person of Deity.

  • Infinitude (in fin' i tood)

    The state or quality of being infinite.

  • Iniquitous (ih nik' wi tuhs)

    Characterized by injustice or wickedness; consistently and willfully sinful.

  • Iniquity (ih nik' wi tee)

    The persistent pursuit of sin and error.

  • Inspired Trinity Spirits (in spahy' uhrd Trin' i tee Spir' its)

    (1) They come into being by the act of the Paradise Trinity and may be utilized by any one or two of the Deities as well as by all three.

  • Intergravity (in tur grav' i tee)

    A group of force and energy activities occurring in space.

  • Intra-atomic (in truh uh tom' ik)

    Within an atom or atoms.

  • Intrauniverse travel (in truh yoo' nuh vurs trav' uhl)

    Travel within the local universe of one's origin.

  • Invictus (ihn vihk' tuhss)

    The sun-god, or Sol Invictus, was a degeneration of the Ahura-Mazda deity concept of Zoroastrianism.

  • Iran (ahy ran')

    Republic in the Middle East (previously known as Persia) bordered by Armenia, the Caspian Sea, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan to the north, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the east, the Gulf of Oman and Persian Gulf to the south, and Iraq and Turkey to the west.

  • Ireland (ahyuhr' luhnd)

    Also called Emerald Isle. Latin, Hibernia, a large western island of the British Isles, comprising Northern Ireland  and the Republic of Ireland.

  • Isaac (ahy' zuhk)

    (1) Son of Abraham, (2) Wealthy Jewish moneylender of Nazareth.

  • Isador (iz' uh dohr)

    Writer of Gospel of Matthew.

  • Isaiah (ahy zey' uh)

    Major Hebrew prophet.

  • Ishtar (ish' tahr)

    Babylonian goddess of fertility.

  • Isis (ahy' sis)

    Egyptian goddess of fertility.

  • Israel (iz' ree uhl)

    Land located on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea bordering Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, Egypt and the Gaza Strip on the southwest, and contains geographically diverse features within its relatively small area.

  • Isle of Paradise (ahyl' ov par' uh dahys)

    Paradise is the geographic center of infinity and the dwelling place of the eternal God.