• Mind adjutant (mahynd aj' uh tuhnt)

    Perform invaluable service in the mind circuits on the inhabited worlds .

  • Mount Carmel (mount kahr' muhl)

    A mountain to the northwest of Nazareth.

  • Mind-dominated beings (mahynd dom' uh neyt ed bee' ings)

    mind personalities who have spirit.

  • Mind gravity (mahynd grav' i tee)

    Unerringly clutches all vital meanings of intellectual existence.

  • Most High Assistants (mohst hahy uh sis' tuhntz)

    Members of a group of Universe Aids, a composite personality group of beings that are closely related to the organization and administration of the grand universe.

  • Messenger Hosts of Space (mes' uhn jer hohsts uhv speys)

    Beings of the Infinite Spirit who function as the connecting links between the higher personalities and the ministering spirits.

  • Macad (ma cahd')

    Town in Perea, ancient Palestine.

  • Maccabee (mak' uh bee)

    Judas Maccabee, a Judean priest who assumed command of Judean resistance to Greek forces in the second century BC. Maccabee restored Mosaic services at the Mt. Zion temple.

  • Macedonia (mas i doh' nee uh)

    Ancient kingdom in the Balkan Peninsula, in southern Europe.

  • Machiventa (mak eh ven' ta)

    Melchizedek Son who incarnated on Urantia during the times of Abraham in approximately 2,000 B.C. At present, Machiventa is the planetary Prince of Urantia.

  • Madagascar (mad uh gas' ker)

    Island republic in the Indian Ocean, about 240 miles (385 km) off the SE coast of Africa.

  • Madon (ma dohn')

    Village in Galilee.

  • Magadan (mahg' ah duhn)

    A park near Bethsaida-Julias where Jesus held conferences, camped with his followers and ordained seventy teachers.

  • Magdala (mag' dah luh)

    (1) In this city's resorts of ill repute the women evangelists found and ministered to Mary Magdalene, (2) Where Jesus as a boy engaged in fishing with the uncle who made his headquarters near this city, (3) Jude, Jesus' brother, established his home here.

  • Magellanic Cloud (muh jel' uhn ik kloud)

    A gigantic luminous mass of blazing suns in the Milky Way galaxy.

  • Magi (mey' jahy)

    Three wise men who supposedly were drawn by the star of Bethlehem to the manger of the infant Jesus.

  • Magisterial Sons (maj uh steer' ee uhl suhns)

    Paradise Sons of God who are children of the Eternal Son and the Infinite Spirit and who take part in judicial actions, magisterial missions and bestowal missions on the worlds of space.

  • Mahayanists (mah' huh yah nuh)

    Followers of Gautama, who developed the ""Great Road"" religious philosophy casting them free from the social limitations inherent in traditional Buddhist philosophy.

  • Majeston (mah' jes ton)

    The 50th Reflective Spirit, of divine Trinity origin, he was created by the Supreme Being in functional liaison with the Deity Absolute. He is chief of reflectivity in the grand universe, with headquarters on Paradise.

  • Major Sector (mey' jer sek' ter)

    Comprises about one tenth of a superuniverse and consists of one hundred minor sectors, ten thousand local universes and about one hundred billion inhabitable worlds.

  • Malach (mah' lahk)

    Syrian believer of Beirut.

  • Malachi (mal uh kahy')

    Hebrew prophet.

  • Malavatia (mal a vay' shah)

    First name of a Melchizedek Son who is one of the authors of the Urantia Papers.

  • Malayan (muh ley' uhn)

    Native or inhabitant of a peninsula of southeast Asia comprising southwest Thailand, western Malaysia, and the island of Singapore.

  • Malchus (mahl' kuhs)

    Syrian bodyguard of the high priest Caiaphas.

  • Malta (mawl' tuh)

    An island in the Mediterranean between Sicily and Africa.

  • Malvorian (mal vor' ee an)

    The first of the order of Graduate Guides and the being who greeted and acted as guide for the first mortal ascender, Grandfanda, when he reached the outer circuit of Havona.

  • Mamre (mam' rey)

    Plains near Hebron where three celestial beings appeared to Abraham.

  • Man-god (mahn god)

    (1) A deity regarded as being in form or origin or in other respects a man. (2) Dyaus-Zeus of the ancient Hellenic Greeks.

  • Manasseh (muh nas' uh)

    Boy king who ruled a corrupt and rich ring of politicians and effected the undoing of Judah, a southern Hebrew clan.

  • Mangus (mang' uhs)

    A centurion, or captain, of the Roman guard stationed at Capernaum who requested that Jesus heal his servant.

  • Manifesto (man uh fes' toh)

    A public declaration of intentions, opinions, objectives, or motives, as one issued by a government, sovereign, or organization.

  • Manna (man' uh)

    The ""bread of heaven"" said to be miraculously supplied to the Israelites in the wilderness.

  • Manotia (man oh' shah)

    The name of a supreme seraphim of Nebadon, created by the Creative Spirit, who has ascended to the position of associate chief of seraphim on Urantia. Manotia associated with a Melchizedek Son in the work of preparing Paper 39, 'The Seraphic Hosts'.

  • Manovandet (mah noh' van det)

    The first name of a Melchizedek Son who was once attached to the receivership of Urantia after the rebellion, and who authored Paper 53, 'The Lucifer rebellion'.

  • Mansant (man' sant)

    A great mortal teacher during the post-Planetary Prince age on Urantia who taught veneration of the 'Great Light.' Mansant now serves on the Urantia Advisory Council as one of the four and twenty counselors.

  • Mansion world (man' shuhn wurld)

    One of the seven progressive training worlds on which planetary resurrected mortal survivors resume their lives when overtaken by death. These spheres are satellites that orbit world number one of the fifty-six worlds encircling Jerusem, the capital of the local system Satania.

  • Mansion World Teachers (man' shuhn wurld tee' chers)

    Recruited and glorified cherubim who function in most of the educational enterprises of the morontia life.

  • Mansonia (man sohn' ee ah)

    The name given to each of the seven satellites which orbit world number one of the fifty-six worlds encircling Jerusem, the capital sphere of Satania. These seven satellites(e.g. mansonia number one, two, etc.) are the mansion worlds devoted to the transitional culture of ascending mortals. Also refers to the mansion world experience or career. Seven progressive training worlds on which planetary resurrected mortal survivors resume their lives when overtaken by death. These spheres are satellites that orbit world number one of the fifty-six worlds encircling Jerusem, the capital of the local system Satania.

  • Mansurotia (man sue roh' shah)

    A tertiary Lanonandek Son who serves in the Satania system government as first assistant Sovereign to Lanaforge, the System Sovereign, and who sits on the Jerusem executive council, the supreme advisory body of Satania.

  • Mantutia (man too' shah)

    The first name of the Melchizedek Son who directed the twelve Nebadon personalities who authored those papers concerning the local universe and the history of Urantia.

  • Marcus (mahr' kuhs)

    A speaker at the forum in Rome to whom Jesus provided personal ministry and who became the successor to the Apostle Peter.

  • Marduk (mahr' dook)

    The chief god In Babylon who was a perpetuation of the Adam legend, the son-of-God idea.

  • Mardus (mar' dus)

    The leader of the Cynics of Rome who, in interactions with Jesus sometime during A.D. 22-23, learned about good and evil.

  • Mark (mahrk)

    Also known as John Mark, as a boy he lingered about many of the scenes that he depicts in the Gospel bearing his name.

  • Martha (mahr' thuh)

    (1) Jesus' second sister, (2) Sister of Lazarus who was, together with her brother and sister, a close friend of Jesus and his family.

  • Mary (mair' ee)

    (1) The earth mother of Jesus, (2) Mary Magdalene, a convert of Jesus who became the chief spokesman of the women's corps of evangels, (3) Sister of Lazarus who was, together with her brother and sister, a close friend of Jesus and his family, (4) The wife of Clopas, one of the women believers who witnessed Jesus' crucifixion and came ready to prepare his body after his physical death, (5) Mary Mark, mother of John Mark, in whose home the Last Supper was held, (6) Mary, mother of the Alpheus twins, who went with other women believers to anoint Jesus' body after his physical death.

  • Mary Magdalene (mag' duh leen)

    A convert of Jesus who became the chief spokesman of the women's corps of evangels.

  • Master Physical Controllers (ma's ter fiz' i kuhl kuhn troh' lers)

    Beings who are the mobile subordinates of the Supreme Power Centers.

  • Master Son (mas' ter suhn)

    A Creator Son who has sojourned seven times among his creatures and thereby become a sovereign and supreme ruler of his Local Universe.

  • Master Universe (mas' ter yoo' nuh vurs)

    Comprises the seven evolving superuniverses in association with the central and divine universe and the uninhabited but mobilizing universes of outer space.

  • Matadormus (mat uh dor' muhs)

    The wealthy young man who refused to part with his worldy possessions as a prerequisite to becoming one of Jesus' ordained teachers.

  • Materialism (muh teer' ee uh liz uhm)

    (1) Preoccupation with or emphasis on material objects, comforts, and considerations, with a disinterest in or rejection of spiritual, intellectual, or cultural values, (2) The philosophical theory that regards matter and its motions as constituting the universe, and all phenomena, including those of mind, as due to material agencies.

  • Materialize (muh teer' ee uh lahyz)

    (1) To come into perceptible existence; appear; become actual or real; be realized or carried out, (2) To assume material or bodily form; become corporeal.

  • Matthew (math yoo)

    (1) One of the twelve apostles of Jesus, (2) The Gospel of Matthew, one of the four gospels of the New Testament.

  • Matthew Levi (math yoo lee vahy)

    One of the twelve apostles of Jesus.

  • Matthias (muh thahy' uhs)

    Replaced Judas Iscariot as treasurer of the apostles.

  • Maximated (max' uh mayte ed)

    Raised to the highest possible point or condition or position.

  • Maza (mah' zah)

    Ancient village or town near Jerusalem.

  • Mecca (mek' uh)

    City in western Saudi Arabia

  • Mechanical Controllers (muh kan' i kuhl kuhn troh' lers)

    Mobile assistants of the associate power directors.

  • Medeba (muh dee' buh)

    Town in Perea, ancient Palestine.

  • Megiddo (muh gid' oh)

    Ancient city in northern Israel, on the plain of Esdraelon.

  • Mek (like deck)

    One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff, Mek headed the planetary council on art and science.

  • Melchizedek (mel kee' zuh deck)

    The first of the four orders of descending sonship designated as local universe Sons of God, created by the Creator Son and Creative Spirit in collaboration with the Father Melchizedek in the early days of populating the Local Universe of Nebadon.

  • Melchizedek Sons (mel kee' zuh deck suhns)

    The first of the four orders of descending sonship designated as local universe Sons of God, created by the Creator Son and Creative Spirit in collaboration with the Father Melchizedek in the early days of populating the local universe of Nebadon.

  • Melkarth (mel' kahrth)

    Ancient temple in Tyre, Phoenicia.

  • Mentation (men tey' shuhn)

    The process or result of mental activity.

  • Mercury (mur' kyuh ree)

    The second smallest planet and the nearest to the sun.

  • Merom (may' rohm)

    A lake formed by the river Jordan, about ten miles north of the Sea of Galilee.

  • Mesopotamia (mes uh puh tey' mee uh)

    (1) Ancient name for the land that lies between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, (2) Location of the Planetary Prince's headquarters approximately 500,000 years ago, (3) Location of the second Garden of Eden approximately 36,000 B.C., (4) Where a Melchizedek colony was established in the 2nd Century B.C. (5) Homeland of the Chaldean priests who set out to pay homage to the infant Jesus, (5) Location where the remnants of the destroyed Hebrew civilization were held in captivity in the 2nd Century B.C.

  • Mesotron (mez' uh tron)

    An ""energy carrier"" particle of matter that holds together, by reciprocating function, the charged protons and the uncharged neutrons of the nucleus of the atom.

  • Messiah (mi sahy' uh)

    The promised and expected deliverer of the Jewish people.

  • Messianic (mes ee an' ik)

    Of or relating to the Messiah, his awaited deliverance of the Jews, or the new age of peace expected to follow this.

  • Messina (me see' nuh)

    A seaport in NE Sicily where Jesus, Gonod and Ganid stopped on the way to Rome and where Jesus changed the life of a young fruit vendor boy.

  • Metamorphic (met uh mawr' fik)

    Pertaining to or characterized by change of form, or metamorphosis.

  • Metaphysics (met uh fiz' iks)

    The result of man’s unavailing attempt to span the chasm between the widely separated domains of science and religion.

  • Micah (mahy' kuh)

    Hebrew prophet who boldly denounced the priest-ridden ritual of the Hebrews and fearlessly attacked the whole sacrificial system.

  • Micaiah (mihk ay' ah)

    Assisted Elisha, the faithful associate of Elijah, to keep the light of truth alive in Palestine.

  • Michael of Nebadon (mahy' kuhl uv neb' ah don)

    The Creator Son is the divinity co-ordinate of the Eternal Son, and the creative associate of the Infinite Spirit. To our universe and all its inhabited worlds the Sovereign Son is, to all practical intents and purposes, God.

  • Michaels (mahy kuhlz)

    An order of the Paradise Sons of God .

  • Mid-breathers (mid breeth urz)

    Beings such as the Urantia races.

  • Mid-mind (mid mahynd)

    The evolving soul of man, a morontia phenomenon .

  • Midianites (mid' ee uh nahyts)

    Invaders of the Jordan valley.

  • Midsonite (mid' sohn ite)

    Worlds on which the Melchizedeks have functioned as life carriers; progeny of a Melchizdek and a Material Daughter.

  • Midsonite Orders of the Local Universes (mid' sohn ite awr' der uv thuh loh' kuhl yoo' nuh vurs)

    One of the unclassified and unrevealed orders of the Triune-origin beings.

  • Midspace (mid speys')

    Quiet zones which separate the successive space levels of the master universe.

  • Midwayer (mid wey ur)

    Creatures who appear on most inhabited worlds, and always on life-experiment (decimal) worlds such as Urantia. They exist and function in the realm 'midway' between human and angel.

  • Mighty Messenger (mahy' tee mes' uhn jer)

    A group of sons chiefly, but not wholly, concerned with the services of the ascendant career of the time-space mortals.

  • Milcha (mil' kah)

    A cousin of the Apostle Thomas.

  • Mind (mahynd)

    Mind, on Urantia, is a compromise between the essence of thought perfection and the evolving mentality of your immature human nature. The plan for your intellectual evolution is, indeed, one of sublime perfection, but you are far short of that divine goal as you function in the tabernacles of the flesh. Mind is truly of divine origin, and it does have a divine destiny, but your mortal minds are not yet of divine dignity.

  • Mind-adjutants (mahynd)

    Coming from a local universe Mother Spirit and related to creature life of intelligence status .

  • Mind circuit (mahynd sur' kit)

    The cosmic arena of creature choice.

  • Mind-matrix (mahynd mey' triks)

    The mortal-mind transcripts and the active creature-memory patterns.

  • Minerva (mi nur' vuh)

    Roman goddess.

  • Ministering Spirits (min' uh ster ing spir' itz)

    Angels are the ministering-spirit associates of the evolutionary and ascending will creatures of all space; they are also the colleagues and working associates of the higher hosts of the divine personalities of the spheres.

  • Minor Sector (mahy' ner sek' ter)

    One hundred local universes (about 1,000,000,000 inhabitable planets).

  • Miriam (mir' ee uhm)

    Sister of Jesus.

  • Mispeh (mis' puh)

    A city in Perea.

  • Mithra (mith' rah)

    Iranian god worshiped as the savior and redeemer of sinful mankind.

  • Mithraic (mith ray' ik)

    In Persia sun veneration gave rise to the later Mithraic cult.

  • Mithraism (mith' ruh iz uhm)

    In Persia sun veneration gave rise to the later Mithraic cult; successor to Zoroastrianism in Persia .

  • Mithras (mith' ras)

    The greatest of all the mystery cults, the worship of Mithras.

  • Moab (moh' ab)

    An area of rocky hills, visible from Nazareth beyond the Jordan.

  • Mogul (moh' guhl)

    One of the dynasties of the East.

  • Mohammed (moo ham' id)

    Founded a religion which was superior to many of the creeds of his time.

  • Monarchial (muh nahr' kuhl)

    A paternal form of rulership.

  • Mongoloid (mong' guh loid)

    The primary Sangik type, including the original red, yellow, and blue races.

  • Monitors (mon' i terz)

    Prepersonal presences that reside in the minds of will creatures.

  • Monmatia (mon may' sha)

    The universe name for Urantia's solar system which was formed over four billion years ago (see Angona).

  • Monota (mon oh' tah)

    The living, nonspirit energy of Paradise.

  • Monotheism (mon uh thee' iz uhm)

    Belief in the One God of final value.

  • Monotheists (mon uh thee' ists)

    Belivers in a supreme deity.

  • Moqui (moh' kee)

    A tribe of red men.

  • Moral (mawr' uhl)

    Of, pertaining to, or concerned with proper conduct, or its principles.

  • Morontia (moh ron' chah)

    That phase of universe-reality intervening and bridging the gulf between the material and spiritual realms of the universe.

  • Morontia career (moh ron' chah kuh reer')

    An experience intended to effect the permanent eradication from the mortal survivors of animal vestigial traits.

  • Morontia Companions (moh ron' chah kuhm pan' yuhn)

    One of the groups of the Messenger Hosts of Space, in the family of the Infinite Spirit .

  • Morontia form (moh ron' chah fawrm)

    The new life vehicle for the immortal soul and for the indwelling of the returned Adjuster.

  • Morontia mortals (moh ron' chah mawr' tlz)

    Student visitors only within the confines of the local universe of their origin.

  • Morontia Power Supervisors (moh ron' chah pou' er soo' per vahy zerz)

    One of the groups comprising the Universe Power Directors.

  • Morontia Progressors (moh ron' chah proh gres' urz)

    Ascending pilgrims .

  • Morontia-soul (moh ron' chah)

    a new vehicle for personality manifestation.

  • Mortal (mawr' tl)

    Life in the flesh.

  • Mortal Corps of Finaliters (mawr' tl kohr uv thuh fahy nal' i turz)

    Completed mortals who serve in many capacities on worlds settled in light and life.

  • Mortal Corps of the Finality (mawr' tl kohr uv thuh fahy nal' i tee)

    The destination of the ascending Adjuster-fused mortals of time.

  • Mortal survivors (mawr' tl ser vahy' verz)

    Ascending pilgrims .

  • Moses (moh' ziz)

    The emancipator of a remnant of the submerged violet race and the instigator of the revival of the worship of the Universal Father under the name of “The God of Israel”.

  • Mota (moh' tuh)

    Morontia wisdom.

  • Mother-makers (muhth' er mey' kerz)

    The Reflective Spirits.

  • Mother-Son (muhth' er)

    One of the two divine parents of the Infinite Spirit.

  • Mother Spirit (muhth' er spir' itz)

    The Third Source and Center and her daughters in the local universes.

  • Mount Hermon (mount hur' muhn)

    A mountain to the north of Nazareth.

  • Mount Seraph (mount ser' uhf)

    The highest elevation on Jerusem and the point of departure for all transport seraphim.

  • Mount Tabor (mount tey ber)

    The highest of all the hills of southern Galilee.

  • Mulatto (muh lat' oh)

    Mixtures of the white and black races .

  • Mystery-cult (mis' tuh ree kuhlt)

    The majority of people in the Greco-Roman world, having lost their primitive family and state religions and being unable or unwilling to grasp the meaning of Greek philosophy, turned their attention to the spectacular and emotional mystery cults from Egypt and the Levant.

  • Mystery Monitor (mis' tuh ree mon' i ter)

    An actual fragment of the very God of all creation .

  • Mythologic (mith uh loj ik)

    Illusional.

  • Machaerian Palace (mack err' ee an)

    Palace of Herod Antipas, who governed Galilee and Perea during Jesus’ youth and ministry to A.D. 39.

  • Mind personalities (mahynd pur suh nal' i teez)

    In the same sense that there are spirit personalities who have mind there are mind personalities who have spirit.

  • Ministering spirits of time (min' uh ster ing spir' itz uv tahym)

    A group comprising the Personalities of the Infinite Spirit.

  • Meaning-value (mee'·ning val'·yoo)

    Meaning and value combined into one term.

  • Mansion World Students (man' shuhn wurld stoo' dunts)

    Surviving mortals who reawaken on the mansion worlds belong to this class.