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Faces (facies).
Influx into the muscles of the face; from experience, 3631.
The involuntary action of the cerebellum in former time showed itself in the face, and afterwards withdrew itself away from the face, 4326:3.
With the most ancient people the face acted in unity with their interiors, and simulation or deceit was an irregular act with them, 3573:4.
The speech of spirits is effected by means of changes induced on the face, 1762.
The face of an angel is changed from one limit of the affections to another, which is according to the societies with which he has communication, 6604.
The outer natural is an interior face in which the interiors see themselves as affections in the faces, and likewise thoughts, 5165:2, 5168:2.
The face is formed so that another may know what the mind is towards himself; with the ancients the face corresponded to the interiors, and it is so with the angels, for they think nothing but good, 5695.
They who are in good from the Lord, turn the face continually to Him, 9517:2.
Some say the face is not the body; why, 10315.
The Lord in heaven is the face of Jehovah: shown, 10579.
Concerning the faces of the inhabitants of Jupiter; they are beautiful; whence; and they speak by means of the face; several things respecting these matters, 8243-8249.
The quality of speech by means of the face shown, 8248.
There was speech by means of the face with the most ancient people; several things on its excellence above speech by words, 8249.
Speech by means of words succeeded, and then the face changed, its interiors contracted, became void of life, the exteriors became inflamed, and were ready for simulations, 8250.
The inhabitants of Jupiter keep the face continually forward, never downwards, 8372.
When they lie down, they turn the face to the chamber, not to the wall; why, 8376.
Concerning the correspondence of the taste, tongue, and face with the Grand Man, 4791-4806.
The face in general corresponds to all the interiors, 4796.
With the angels all the interior affections shine forth from the face, 4796.
Changes of the state of the affections appear in the faces of angels, which come forth according to the societies into which they enter, 4797.
Changes of the affections were seen in the face from one limit of the affections to the other, 4797.
Changes of the affections were seen in the face from infancy to adult age, and how much of infancy remained, 4797:2.
Evil spirits are known from their faces, also with what hells they communicate, 4798.
Spirits from another world who spoke by means of changes in the face, principally about the lips, 4799.
Their faces were prominent and free, from the reason that they did not simulate, 4799.
The face is contracted by simulations when they think otherwise than they speak and do, 4799.
The influx of spirits into the face, an experience, 4800.
The face signifies interiors, 2434;
references, 9546;
interiors and their changes, 4066;
interiors as to affections, and therefrom the thoughts in general, 5102.
By the face is signified the interiors, thus the affections, as of grace, favour, benevolence, aid, also of anger, revenge: hence whatever is in one's self: illustrated, 9306.
Because the face signifies the interiors, the ancients fell upon their faces when they adored, 1999;
why they also bowed down the face to the earth, 2327.
How interior things, both rational and natural, appear from the face, 3527;
therefrom interior things are sd. by the face, 3527.

The face of Jehovah.
The face of Jehovah d. mercy, peace, good, 222, 223;
Divine Good, also Divine Truth therefrom: shown, 9306:2;
also punishment, evil, anger: shown, 9306;
Divine Truth in heaven, thus also mercy, peace, and all good, 10579.
The faces of Jehovah d. Divine interiors of the Word, the Church, and worship, 10567, 10568;
interiors of the Church, worship, and the Word: illustrated and shown, 10579.
The face of God d. the Divine Love, or with respect to the human race, d. mercy: shown, 5585.
The faces of the Lord d. presence with heavenly peace and joy, from mercy, 9546.
Face, when used of the Lord, d. His Divine Love: illustrated, 9936.
To steak face to face, when said concerning Jehovah to Moses, d. that Divine things in the Word are conjoined, 10554.
To see God face to face d. to sustain the most grievous temptations, 4299;
in the internal historical sense, d. that the Lord is representatively present, 4311.
No one can see Jehovah face to face and live; why: shown, 4299:4.
Not to see the face of God d. that there is no pity, 5585.
Not to see the face d. no pity, 5585, 5592;
no mercy and conjunction, 5816, 5823.
To see the face of God d. to enjoy good from mercy: shown, 5555:4.
To cause the faces to shine d. to have mercy: shown, 5585:3.
To lift up the face d to give peace and good, from mercy: shown, 5585:4.
To hide the face d. not to have mercy, 5585:5.
By the face falling is sd. changing the interiors; and what is sd. by elevating the face, 358.
To cover the face when they see God d. to protect the interiors lest they be injured by the presence of the Divine, 6848, 6849.
To turn the face away, when used of Jehovah, d. no mercy; but man turns himself away, 7599.
The bread of faces upon the table d. the Lord as to celestial good, 9545.
Over against the faces, when used of heaven or the Lord, d. eternity, 9888.
He turns his faces; in the other life all turn their faces to their own loves, 10189, 10420.

Faculty (facultas).
The faculty of receiving good is immediately from the Lord: illustrated, 6148.

Faith (fides).
What Faith is, To know is not to believe; from experience, 4319:2.
It is one thing to know, another to acknowledge, and another to have faith; what the difference is, 896.
By faith is meant the truth which belongs to doctrine, which faith is apostolic; few know that it is trust or confidence, and among them there are less who know that faith is not given except in the life of charity, 3868e.

The confidence of faith. See CONFIDENCE.
Concerning the trust or confidence which is called faith, 9239-9245.
To believe in God saves; and to believe those things which are from God, without the former, does not save, 9239.
What the confidence is which is called faith, 9240;
according to the learned, 9240.
Those who are in charity and love to the Lord have confidence, not those who are in the loves of self and of the world, 9241.
There is no confidence with the evil in the crises of life and death, although there appears to be, 9242;
nor is there faith, which is to believe truths which are from God, 9243.
Confidence or faith in the Lord is expounded, 9244.
They have faith who do good works: shown, 9245.
The confidence which belongs to faith is not confidence, but it is from love; and it is not from truth that it is said that a man is saved by means of merit whatever his life had been, 7762.
Trust pertains to love by means of faith, 8240.
Why they adjoin the fruits of faith, and say that faith is confidence, when yet a spurious confidence can be given in evil, 4683:3, 4689:3.
That which makes faith spiritual is the affection of good and truth, 8078.
Faith is charity as to essence, 9783.
Faith never becomes faith before a man wills those things which belong to faith, and from willing does them: illustrated, 9224.
What the good of faith and the truth of faith are, explained, 9224, 9230:2.
How the case is with this-that the things which belong to faith are to be believed simply, and that the natural man does not comprehend them: illustrated, 9300:4.

Kinds of Faith.
With respect to faith, there are scientific, intellectual, and saving faith, 30:2.
There are spiritual things of faith, rational things of faith, and scientific things of faith, 2504:2.
See also DOCTRINE.
Faith merely natural is sensual faith, the faith of miracles and authority; it is not from the Lord, but the truth of innocence, if any be therein, is, 8078.

Persuasive faith, see PERSUASION.
The quality of persuasive faith is described, 2343:6.
Something concerning persuasive faith, 3427:4.
They have no faith who live evilly, but something persuasive; what this is is described, 3865:2.
Concerning the light of those who are in a persuasive faith, and yet have led a life of evil, 4416.
Concerning persuasive faith: it is with those who are in evil of life; it is described, 8148:2.
Concerning persuasive faith, 9363-9369.
There are those who believe the Word and the doctrine of the Church, and do not live according to them, 9363.
They believe, not for the sake of an end of serving the neighbour, but for the sake of gain, honours, and fame for learning, 9364.
They who aspire after great things, and desire many, are in a stronger persuasive faith, 9365.
But they believe, when they are in the fire of the love of self and the world; and otherwise they do not believe, but deny, 9366.
They do not know, nor do they care whether things are true or false, and more than other things they defend faith alone, 9367.
They recede, if they are deprived of gain, and faith vanishes after death, because it is not rooted within, 9368.
They are described by the Lord in the Word by means of those whom He knew not, because they are workers of iniquity, and by means of the five foolish virgins, 9369.

Faith in connection with Charity.
What charity and faith are, 8033-8037. See CHARITY.
How it is with faith in respect to charity, and what faith without charity is; from various comparisons, 8530.
Faith is the external of charity, and charity the internal of faith, 3868.
Truths of faith are nothing apart from the affection of good: illustrated, 3849.
Truth desires good, that is, to do good, and is conjoined to good: illustrated, 9206:2;
also shown, 9207.
Faith never exists except where charity is 654.
There is no faith unless it is from love or charity, 724.
There is no faith in the last times, because there is no charity, 1843.
The doctrinals of faith accomplish nothing, if they have not charity; for they regard this as an end, 2049:4, 2116:3.
Charity is not genuine unless there be faith, nor is faith genuine unless there be charity, 2839.
Concerning the conjunction of good and truth, or charity and faith, and the quality of man when they are conjoined, and his quality when they are not conjoined, 7623-7627.
Faith lives from charity, or truth from good; and good has its own form, thus its quality, from truths: illustrated by a fibre in which is spirit, and a vessel in which is blood, 9154:2.
Charity is the brother of faith, 367.
Charity ought to dominate over faith, not the reverse, 363,365.
Afterwards charity exists by means of faith, 330, 393, 598.
Concerning the primogeniture; there is a controversy whether it belongs to faith or to charity, 2435.
From various reasons it appears as if faith is before charity, and truth before good, but it is a fallacy, 3324.
Good is actually the first-born, though truth is so apparently, 4925, 4926, 4928, 4930.
Because the spiritual are in obscurity, they put faith in the first place, and good in the second, 6256.
How much of good there would be in the Church, if charity were to be put in the first place, and faith in the second: illustrated, 6269:2;
how much of evil, if faith be put in the first place, and charity in the second, 6272.
From natural light alone it can be seen that good is in the first place, and faith is apparently. See TRUTH and REGENERATION.
What is the fruit of faith? Charity, which charity is from love to the Lord, thus which is the Lord, who is the internal sense of the Word, 1873.
In heaven all are regarded from charity and faith, 1258.
The quality of love and faith is perceived, 1394.
Unless faith is conjoined to good, it either becomes no faith or is conjoined to evil, whence there is profanation, 6348.
Spiritual good cannot be conjoined to those who are only in the truths of faith, and not in the good according to them, because they are as concubines; for in them the marriage of good and truths does not take place; why, 8981, 8983:2.
They who are only in truths of faith, and not in the good according to them, are in the ultimates of heaven, and constitute the skin, 8980.
Truth is not given without good, thus not faith without love: illustrated from representatives in the other life, 10194;
and faith and love walk step by step, 10201.
Good and truth, or faith and love must be conjoined to be anything: illustrated, 10555.
The understanding is that which receives truths of faith, and the will that which receives good of charity: illustrated, 9300:2.
Many passages cited concerning faith and charity, and concerning truth and good, 3324:3.

Faith without Charity.
Faith separated from charity is no faith, 1162, 1176.
Faith without charity is no faith, 2325, 2417;
its quality is described, 7039:2;
references, 8093;
besides those things which follow, 8093.
Faith without charity is something deified, 3870.
Faith alone without charity is dead: the error of the Church, 5351:3.
How it is to be understood that faith without charity is damned, 7766, 7778:3.
The faith which is not according to the life perishes, 2228:2.
As light without heat produces nothing, so the truth of faith without the good of love produces nothing, 3146e.
When faith is antecedent in hearts, Divine Truth is rejected, 4673.
Certain false doctrinals are from faith alone, 4721:2.
There are several errors from the doctrine of faith alone, 8313.
Into what errors they slide who place salvation in faith alone; and in what blindness they are, 8765:2.
Errors from faith alone, 9224:3.
Doctrinals concerning faith alone destroy charity: illustrated, 6353:2.
Whence it is that faith alone is accepted as a principle; it is the evil of life: illustrated, 8094.
Men are led into many falsities, 8094:2.
They who have separated faith from love suppose it is mere thought, or scarcely that, when it is the cognition of all things, and obedience, 36.
They who separate faith from charity cannot have conscience, 1076, 1077;
they cast themselves into falsities and evils; and this was rd. by means of Cain and Abel, Ham and Canaan, Reuben, and the Egyptians, so that their first-born were slain, 3325:11.
They who are in faith alone appear to be in light, but it is winter light, which is turned into darkness, thus the mind is turned into stupor, when they approach towards heaven, 3412:3, 3413.
They who are not in charity, but only in the science of the cognitions of faith, can never see in the Word the interior things which concern love and charity, 3416.
The Word is unclosed when love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour are assumed as a principle; but when faith is so assumed the Word is closed up, 3773.
They who are in faith alone cannot know what heaven is; and several other things, 4776;
they interpret the Word wrongly: illustrated, 4783.
They who are in faith alone and in the life of evil also infest the upright in the other life, and are meant by the Egyptians, 7097:4;
they infest the upright, 8096:2;
they do so in the other life, and are in obscurity; what their qualities besides are, 8313:4.
They who are in faith alone, when they read the Word, see nothing but confirmations, and do not see other things, 8780:3.
They who establish faith alone, separate good from truths, and are, therefore, in darkness, 9186:2.
The reason they acknowledged faith alone was that they did not know that all things relate to truth and good, and that there are two faculties in man, understanding and will, 9224:3.
The simple know what faith is, and acknowledge it, not what faith separated is, 4741:2, 4754.
Where they who are in faith alone dwell in the other life, 8096:2 8099:2.

Faith and the Church.
Charity makes the Church, not faith, 809.
Charity constitutes the Spiritual Church, not faith separated, 916:2.
The doctrinal phase of faith does not make the Church, but charity, 1798, 1799:3, 1834:2, 1844.
There is no Church unless the truths of doctrinals are implanted in the goods of life, 3310.
Out of many there is one Church, when charity is the essential, not when faith is, 2982.
The Church is not from the truths of faith alone, but from charity, 5826:2.
There is not any Church where charity is not acknowledged as the essential of the Church, as is done by faith separated, 4766:4.
They who make faith the essential, not charity, can be in the good of truth; but they are not so much in heaven, or conjoined with the Lord, as are those who are in the good of charity, 3459.
Those who do good from faith, and not from charity, are farther from the Lord, 3463:2.
They who make faith the essential, which is easily done, and yet are in the good of life, are in the Lord's Spiritual Kingdom, 3242.
Men deny the internal sense, because they make faith the essential of the Church, and they call goods the fruit of faith, when nevertheless love to the Lord is the tree of life, charity and good works are its fruits, and faith and the things belonging to faith are the leaves, 3427:2.
Faith taken as the essential of the Church has many errors with it; concerning which, 4925.
The fruits of faith are the fruits of good, which is of love and charity, 3146.
The Most Ancient Church was not willing to hear about faith, 4448.
Truth in the Ancient Church is the same as faith in the New, 4690.
The Church beginning from faith has no other regulator than the understanding, but that which begins from good has charity and the Lord, 4672:2.
In the course of time the Church turns away from charity to faith, and at length to faith alone, 4653.
Worship from good is true worship, and that from truth without good is only the external act, 7724.
Holy worship is according to the quality and quantity of the truth of faith implanted in charity, 2190.
Concerning the fact that all things of the Church refer to charity and faith, and concerning the conjunction of faith with charity, 7752-7762;
particulars may be seen under CHARITY.

Faith and Salvation.
All regeneration is effected by means of the truths of faith, 2046.
That a man may be regenerated there must be truths of faith, and they must enter together with the genuine affection for truth; then when the truth of faith is reproduced, the affection is reproduced, and vice versa: illustrated, 5893:3.
The truths of faith are implanted in charity when a man is regenerated, 2189:2.
It cannot be wondered at that faith saves, but faith is never given except in the life of faith: namely, in love and charity, 2343:3, 2349.
They who are in faith are saved if only good is in faith, 2442.
The confidence which is called the faith that saves, cannot be given except in the good of life, 2982:2.
Faith without charity cannot be given at all, 7342e.
Charity saves, not faith without charity, 379, 389.
They who place the essential of salvation in faith, do not even see or attend to that which the Lord so often said concerning love and charity, 1017.
There is no salvation by means of faith, but by the life of faith, which is charity, 2228:2.
The truths of faith do not save, but the goods which are in the truths; and the acknowledgment of truth cannot be given, thus neither faith, unless one be in good, 2261:2.
A man is not regenerated by means of truth, but by the good of truth, 2697.
Man is to be regenerated by means of the truths of faith, and also by amendment: illustrated, 9088:2.
The reason why men have separated faith from charity, and said that faith is saving; and yet faith separated is as the light of winter, and faith from charity as the light of spring, 2231:3.
If cogitative faith were saving, all would be introduced into heaven; but because the life opposes, they cannot, 4674:3.
They cannot be admitted into heaven by reason of their thinking only, and because they are instructed, though the life of evil opposes, 2401.
With those who hold as a principle that faith alone is saving, truths themselves are contaminated false principles, 2383;
nor do they suffer themselves to be persuade because it is against their principles, 2385.
The reason why men have lapsed into the falsity that faith alone saves; and in what manner they thereafter confirm themselves, 4730.
They who have persuaded themselves that faith alone saves, and yet have lived evilly, infest the upright in the other life by means of the general things of the Word, 7127.
Such make works nothing, however much they call them fruits, 7127:2.
Where their hells are, 7127:3.
Truths of faith are falsified in the first place, when it is declared that faith without charity saves, even at the last hour of death, 7779:2.
Not faith, but the life of faith, or the fruits of faith save, 4663:2.
There are acts of faith which save: illustrated, 4721:3.
The difference between truths and goods of faith with those in the Church who are saved, and with those who are damned: illustrated, 7506:2, 7507.
There is no conjunction of the Lord with the truths of faith, with anyone without life according to them, 9380:2.

Correspondences relating to Faith.
Concerning the correspondence of the sight of the eye and of light with the truths of faith, 4523-4534.
Heat and light in the natural world correspond to love and faith in the spiritual world; a comparison, 7082-7084.
To believe, in the historicals of the Word, is to have faith, in the spiritual sense, 6956, 6970.
Faith separated from charity, or faith alone, is described by means of Cain, Ham, Reuben, Simeon, and Levi, the Egyptians, Philistines, Tyre, and Sidon, 8093:2.
They who have professed faith alone, and have lived a life of evil, in the other life accept falsities, and infest the upright, and these are especially meant by Pharaoh; where Pharaoh r. those who infest by means of falsities, 7317, 7502:2, 7545.
Hebrew servants d. those who are of the external Church, because they are only in the truths of doctrine, and freemen d. those who are of the internal Church, because they are in the affection of charity, 8974:2.
They who do good from the obedience of faith, and not from the affection of charity, are servants respectively, 8987, 8988, 8991.
Washings formerly, and baptism s. regeneration by means of the truths of faith, because waters are truths of faith, 9088:2.

Various Particulars respecting Faith.
Faith is, by means of love, from the Lord, and faith is the lesser luminary, 30-37.
The celestial angels do not even wish to mention faith, but say a thing is so, or it is not so, 202;
the spiritual angels speak of faith, for the confirmation of goods and truths, 203.
They are not opened towards the interiors who are not in faith, that they might acknowledge and believe, 301-303.
Concerning the vastation of faith, see VASTATION.
Faith is compared to night, 709.
The odours of faith and charity are pleasing; concerning which, 1519.
The heavenly kingdom is for those who have faith in the Lord; also what faith is, - it is faith which is of charity, 1608.
They who are in the good of charity receive the truths of faith in the other life. See NATIONS.
A man ought to do good and think truth from himself, that he may receive the heavenly proprium and heavenly freedom, 2882, 2883, 2891.
The conjunction of the truth of faith with good, in the rational, is effected by means of affection, 3024.
The spiritual separate the Divine from the rational, even so much as to wish that those things which belong to faith should be simply believed without any rational insight; on which matter, 3394.
Truth cannot be fully received when there is incredulity, and incredulity ruling limits and confines it, 3399.
Concerning those who depend on the faith of others, 4047.
The evil can receive truths which belong to faith: illustrated, 4180:2.
The truths of faith cannot be accepted, that is, conjoined to good, except with those who are in the good of charity and love: illustrated 4368:5.
Concerning some who perceived the truths of faiths, but live evilly; in the other life they abuse the truths of faith for the purpose of dominating; the quality of such is described, 4802:2.
The truths of faith appear as if procured by man, when yet faith flows in, 5664a;
but it is one thing to know, another to believe them beforehand; the worst can also do it, 5664a:3.
Unless the truth of faith becomes the good of truth by means of willing and doing it, it conduces to nothing; it is dissipated in the other life, 5820.
Scientifics and truths which are not believed, are rejected to the ultimates, so that they are the lowest, 5886.
In spiritual things a beginning is to be derived from the truths of faith, not from scientifics; if they are derived from these, the man is led into falsities and denials, 6047:2.
A commencement is to be from the doctrinals of the Church, then the Word is to be scrutinised from the affection of knowing truth, otherwise every truth would only be from the soil and its native place; and afterwards it is allowed them to corroborate them by means of scientifics, 6047:2.
They are in no faith who are in evil, 7778:2.
There is no faith with those who are in evil, but only a knowledge of such things as belong to faith, 7766, 7778:2.
They who are in evil and in faith by means of science, within are still in falsities of their evil, 7790.
No one can be in the truth of faith who is in the evil of life: illustrated, 7950:2.
To live according to the precepts of faith, and according to the precepts of charity; what the difference is, 8013.
The things that belong to faith ought not to be extinguished unless after a full inspection, 9039.
Many of the learned who are in truths of faith, and others, are in hell, while others who are not in truths, but in falsities, are in heaven; the reason is that the first are not in good: shown, 9192:2.
The fruits which are called fruits of faith are principal, and first and last, because they are the end: shown, 9337.
Truths of faith from love are alive; concerning which, 9841:4.
Why the Lord so often asked about faith when He healed the sick; the reason is that the first of all things is the acknowledgment of the Lord, and that power is His: shown, 10083e.

Fall, To (cadere).
To fall d. to be conquered, 1689;
to pervert, 9086;
to be closed up, 10492.
To fall upon the faces was the rite of adoring in the Most Ancient Church: shown, 1999.
To fall backwards d. to recede, namely, from truth, 6401.

Fallacies (fallaciae). See also APPEARANCE.
Fallacies and falsities are from a general idea, and with the spiritual man; whence, 865.
There are spirits who love fallacies, nor do they believe that there is any appearance, 1376.
Situation and place in the other life are appearances, and they are fallacies, 1376;
that they are appearances, 1377-1379;
that they are fallacies, 1380.
Illusions of the senses in natural and in spiritual things; what they are and of what quality; from examples, 5084, 5094:3;
in like manner, 6400:2.
They who are in truth, and not yet in good, are in fallacies, 6400.
There are fallacies in spiritual and in natural things; from examples, 6948:2.
When the evil cause evil to themselves it appears as if from the Divine, but it is a fallacy, like other fallacies; concerning which, 8282.

Falsity (falsum, falsity).

Varieties of Falsity.
Falsities are of a twofold origin, 1212.
Falsities are of a threefold origin, 1188.
There are three origins of falsity,-from the doctrine of the Church, from the illusions of the senses, and from the life of lusts; and this last falsity is the worst: illustrated, 4729.
There are innumerable hinds of falsity, 4822.
Falsities and evils are of several genera and species, 7574.
There is a twofold kind of falsity-it is produced from evil, and it produces evil, 2243.
The kinds of falsity are those which are from evils, and those which produce evils, 1679:2.
Falsity of ignorance and falsity of lusts, 1295.
Falsity from evil and falsity not from evil: references, 9304.
Concerning the falsity which is from evil, and the falsity which is not from evil, 10302.
There are falsities which agree with the good of the Church, and falsities which do not agree; concerning which, 9258.
Concerning falsities and truths from evil, and falsities and truths from good; their qualities; also references, 10109.

The Connections of Falsity.
Every falsity is from evil, 8311:2.
Those who are in evils cannot do otherwise than think falsities: illustrated 7437:2.
Evil of life has falsity in itself, which falsity manifests itself when truths and salvation are thought about; then truth itself is falsified, 8094.
Truths with those who are in evil are falsified, because they are led to evil; but falsities with those who are in good are rectified, because they are led to good, 8149.
What and of what quality the evil of falsity is, 2408.
What the evil of falsity is; from examples, 7272.
They are in falsity who are in evils of life, whether they know it or do not know it: illustrated, 7577:2.
It is not allowed for evil spirits to speak what is false, except from evil, which is their life, 1695.
With man falsities form a connection, and make the life; and they ought to be eradicated, and truths implanted by the Lord in their place, and these will form a connection so that a man may be regenerated, 9256:3.
Falsities with those who are in good do not conjoin, but apply, and afterwards are separated, 2863.
Falsities and truths cannot apply and conjoin themselves, except by means of intermediates, which are fallacies and appearances such as are in the sense of the letter of the Word, 7344.
Falsity is not appropriated to those who are in good (but to those who are in evil), because they apply it so that it agrees with good, 8051, 8149e.
Truth is not truth except from good; and falsity, when from good, is received as truth, 4736.
Falsities are not false with those who are in good, but with those who are in evil, 8311.
Truths from good are not commingled with falsities from evil: illustrated, 9298:2.

The Operation of Falsity.
From a false principle flow falsities in a continual series, 4717, 4721:2.
Falsity of religion produces evil, but only with those who are in evil, 8318e.
How harmful the persuasion of falsity is, 794, 806.
They who are in the persuasion of falsity are bound interiorly, 5096.
The sphere of persuasions, and of principles of falsity excite confirming falsities, 1510, 1511.
Falsities may be confirmed so as to appear altogether as if true, 5033.
That which is falsified is truth applied to confirm evil; falsity is that which is against truth and good, 8062.
Examples of the falsification of truth; what is therefrom, and how, 7318.
Falsified truth stinks grievously, 7319.
Reasons why it is permitted the evil in the other life to falsify truth, 7332.
Falsities do not condemn as evils do; it is otherwise with those who confirm themselves in falsities, 845.
Evil spirits cannot excite anything of falsity with infants and the simple in heart, 1667:2.
Truths exterminate falsities, and conversely falsities exterminate truths, 5207;
and falsities and truths cannot be together, 5217.
Truth prevails immensely over falsity: illustrated, 6784.

The Removal of Falsity.
So far as evils and falsities of evil are removed, truths from good succeed, 10675.
Evils and falsities remain with man, although he be regenerated, 865:2, 868, 887, 894.
Man when he is regenerated has many falsities mixed with truths, which are arranged in order when he has been regenerated and acts from good, so that then truths are in the midst, and falsities are rejected to the lowest circumferences; conversely with the evil, 4551, 4552:2.
The falsities with those who are of the Church are more grievous than with others, 7688.

Various Particulars respecting Falsity.
Falsity from evil appears in the other life as something hard, but truth from good as something soft, 6359.
Falsities from evil appear like mists, clouds, and waters about the hells; concerning which, 8137:2, 8138, 8146:2.
Why it is permitted infernals to reason from sheer falsities, but not from falsified truths, 7351.
What it is to reason from sheer falsities; examples; it is when truths are altogether denied, 7352.
It is undelightful to the infernals to reason from sheer falsities; but delightful to reason from truths falsified by means of fallacies and appearances, 7392:2, 7699.
They who are in hell cannot do otherwise than speak falsities, 7357.
From the Nephilim there was a direful false persuasive with those who infested before the Lord's advent, 7686.
Evil is as it were heavy, and sinks down to hell, and falsity is not heavy of itself, but from evil, 8298.
Falsifications of truth which are sd. by whoredoms, come to pass in three ways; concerning which; and evil falsifies them, 10648:2.

Family (familia).
In the most ancient time there was a distinction between houses, families, and nations, 470, 1246.
The reason why they dwelt so distinguished, 471, 483:2.
What families s., 1159, 1215, 1216, 1254, 1261.
Families d. the goods and truths of good, 3709.
The families of Israel d. goods of truth, 7916.
They rd. the heavenly societies, 7836:2, 7996, 7997.
Thus they rd. consociations in heaven, 471 483:2.

Famine (fames).
Famine d. scarcity of cognitions, 1460;
defect of cognitions, and of truth, 3364, 5277, 5279, 5281, 5300;
defect of cognitions, and desolation of truth: illustrated, 5360, 5376;
desolation as to those things which belong to the Church, 5415;
desolation from the lack of spiritual things, 5576, 6110;
defect of good, 5893;
vastation of good: shown, 7102:2.
Famine shall consume the lands d. despair from the defect of truth, 5279.
Famine prevailing d. despair, 6144.
In the spiritual world, as in the natural, when food ceases to be in use, they come into famine, 5579.
To hunger d. to desire good from affection, 4958.

Fashion (figmentum).
The fashion of the thought of the hearts s. that there was no perception of good and truth, 586.

Fat (adeps). See FATNESS,

Fate (fatum). See PREDESTINATION.

Father (pater).

With respect to the Lord.
The Lord is acknowledged in heaven as the Father, because they are one and the same, 15, 1729.
The Lord, in the Word, is called the Father, 2005.
When the Lord was in the world, He made His Human Divine Truth, then He called the Divine Good the Father, 7499.
The Lord's Internal was the same as Jehovah His Father, to which the Human was united, 2004, 2005.
The angels acknowledge no other Divine than the Divine Human of the Lord, because they can think about it, and love it; not so about the Divine which is the Father: shown, 10267.
What the Father and Son in the Lord are: shown, 2803.
The Father is the Divine Good, and the Son the Divine Truth, 2803.
The Divine Good of the Lord is called the Father, in the Word, and the Divine Truth is the Son: shown, 3704.
The Lord is the Father, when a man exercises his judgment, and the natural father no longer as before, 6492.

With respect to Man.
Man receives an internal from the father, and an external from the mother, 1815.
The external is said to be the father of the internal, as Jacob is of Joseph, because the progress of instruction takes place from exteriors to interiors, 5906.

Signification of Father.
Father d. good, 5902.
Fathers d. goods, and those who were of the Ancient Church, 6050;
in the good sense, those who were of the Ancient and Most Ancient Church: shown, 6075;
the ancients who were in good and truth, 8055.
Father is also spoken of the external of the Church in which is an internal, 4700;
the Ancient Church: illustrated, 6846.
Father d. good: shown, 3703:3;
and mother d. truth: shown, 3703:2;
and in the opposite sense, evil and falsity, 3703:20.
Father d. the Church as to good; and mother, the Church as to truth, 5581.
Father d. the Lord as to Divine Good and the Good therefrom; and mother d. the Lord as to Divine Truth, and the Truth therefrom, 8897.
What is general is the father in the beginning, but not afterwards: illustrated, 6089.
Fathers and fathers of fathers d. from ancient time, 7649.
By father, mother, brother, children, and by several other names of relationship are sd. good and truth, or evils and falsities, 10490.
To return to the Father, where it is spoken of the Lord, is to be united to the Divine, 3736.
Father in the heavens d. good from the Divine in the heavens: shown, 8328.
Jehovah the God of Abraham thy father d. the Lord, that good is from Him, 3703.
The God of the father d. the Lord, because He was the God of the Ancient Church, 6846e.
The God of the fathers d. the Divine of the Ancient Church, and that is the Lord, 6876, 6884.
The house of the fathers d. a particular good: illustrated, 7833, 7834.
What to come to the fathers in peace is, 1853.
What to be gathered to the fathers, or to the peoples, s., 3255.
How the case is, in the internal sense of the precepts of the Decalogue, respecting honouring parents, 3690:5.

Father-in-Law (socer).
Father-in-law d. good from which good conjoined to truth exists, 6827:2, 8644.

Fatherless, See ORPHAN.

Fatness (pinguedo).
By fatness is sd. the celestial, 353.
Fatness d. the good of love: shown, 5943.
Fat (pingue) d. delightful, 6409.

Fat (adeps)
Fat d. good: shown, 10033.

Favour. See GRACE.

Fear (timor).
They who are in evil and falsity are in fear, 390, 391.
Concerning those who are vastated by means of fears, 4942.
The evil have respect for the Divine from fear, 7788.
Divine Truth terrifies, not Divine Good: illustrated, 4180.
They who are in the hells are in terror before truths from the Divine: illustrated and shown, 9327:3.
In all worship there is holy fear; concerning which, 2826:13.
Holy fear is in love, and without that fear love is as it were insipid, and has variety; and fear is with those who are neither in celestial nor spiritual love, 3718.
Holy fear is also veneration and reverence, 3719.
The fear of God with those who are in external worship without internal, is fear; with those who are in spiritual worship it is love with holy fear; and with those who are in celestial worship it is love with holy reverence, 5459.
Fear is a common bond, and holds the upright and the evil in bonds; but there is a great difference in the fear: with the upright it is holy fear, and with the evil it is fear of punishments, 7280.
The quality of holy fear; and that it is according to love, 8925.
Fear s. various things, because it arises from various causes; here drawing back, 5647.
Fear also s. to disbelieve, or not to have faith and love, 2826:14.
Fear d. a holy alteration, 3718.
Fear of God s. worship, and indeed worship either from fear, or from the good of faith, or from the good of love: shown, 2826.
To fear d. what is holy, 5534;
when used concerning temptations, fright, 8162;
and desperation, 8171.
To fear God d. to keep truths from the Divine, 6678.
The dread of Isaac d. the Divine Human of the Lord; whence, 4180.
The terror of God d. protection; and evil spirits cannot approach to heavenly societies, for the reason that they are in awe of God, 4555.
To tremble, when it is said concerning the earth and people, d. holy fear at the presence of the Divine with those who are about to receive truth and good, and terror with those who do not receive, 8816.
Consternation d. commotion, 5881.

Feast (convivium). See also SUPPER and FESTIVAL.
Feasts, suppers, and repasts were with the ancients for the sake of consociation by means of love, and for instruction; but the purposes of feasts to-day are turned into the contrary, 3596:2, 7996.
Feast d. dwelling together: shown, 2341.
Feasts and eatings together amongst the ancients sd. appropriation and conjunction by means of love and charity, 3596:2.
See also To EAT and BREAD.
Feast d. the initiation for conjunction, and this was sd. by feasts amongst the ancients, 3832, 5161.
The paschal supper represented consociations in heaven, 7996, 7997.

Feed, To. See SHEPHERD,

Feel, To (palpare).
To feel d. the inmost and all of perception, 3528, 3559, 3562.
What to feel the thick darkness s., 7712.

Female (femina). See WOMAN.

Ferment. See LEAVEN.

Festival (festum).
There were three festivals instituted on account of deliverance from Egypt, also on account of the deliverance of spiritual things from damnation by the Lord, 7093.
The three festivals were the festival of the unleavened, the festival of weeks, and the festival of tabernacles, 9294:4.
These three festivals signified deliverance from damnation, thus also regeneration by the Lord, in its order, 9286, 9294:4.
The festival of the unleavened, or paschal cake, was on account of deliverance from falsities, 9286, 9292e.
Concerning the festival of weeks, or harvest: it was on account of the implantation of truth in good: shown, 9294:2, 9495.
The festival of tabernacles, or gathering the fruits of the earth, was on account of the implantation of good: shown, 9296.
To hold a festival d. worship from a glad mind: shown, 7093.
Festival d. worship of the Lord and thanksgiving, 9286, 9287.

Fever (febris).
Fever burns from unclean heats collected together; an experience, 5715.
A cold fever is from unclean colds, 5716.

Fibre (fibra). See also BRAIN.
Ends are represented by the beginnings of fibres; thoughts therefrom, by fibres; and acts, by nerves, 5189e. See NERVE.
How it is with truth and good at the same time, or faith and charity: illustrated by the fibre in which is spirit, and the vessel in which is blood; also how good derives its own form, thus its quality, from truths, 9154:2.

Field (ager).
Field s. doctrine and what belongs to doctrine, 368.
Field d. the Church as to good, 2971;
the Church, 3766, 7502;
the good ground, 3500;
what is religious, 4440, 4443.
Fields d. the exteriors, when they are also mentioned with courts and houses, 7407.
A field is the Church as to good, or the good of the Church; and a vineyard is the truth of the Church, 9139.
Field d. the whole human race as to the reception of truth in good, so also the Church and the man of the Church, and the good with him: shown, 9295:3.
To meditate in the field d. to think in good, 3196.
A man of the field d. the good of life from doctrinals, 3310.
What is sd. by the seed in the four kinds of earth, in the parable, 3310:2.
To come into the field d. the study of the good of life, 3317.
To go into the field to hunt d. the endeavour of the affection of good to procure truth, 3508.
The seed of the field d. nurture of the mind, 6158.
Herbs of the field d. the truth of the Church: shown, 7571.
In the field of another d. good not of the same family, 9141.
When a house is celestial good, then a field is spiritual good; and when a house is spiritual good, then a field is spiritual truth, 4982.

Fifteen (quindecim).
Fifteen d. few, 798, 813;
as much as is sufficient, 9760.

Fifteenth (decimum quintum).
Fifteenth d. what is new, or the beginning of a following period, 8400.

Fifth, To Take a (quintare).
To take a fifth d. to make remains, 5291.

Fifty (quinquaginta).
Fifty d. what is full, 2252, 9623, 9624.
Chiefs of fifties d. intermediate primary truths, 8714.

Fig-Tree (ficus).
The fig-tree d. natural good, 217, 4231, 5113.

Fill, To (implere).
To fill the hand, 10076:8, 10493. See HAND.
To fill after Jehovah d. to do according to the Divine Truth: shown, 10076e.

Fill the Hand, To. See under To ANOINT and To FILL.

Filth. See DIRT.

Fine, To Fine (mulcta, mulctare).
To fine d. amendment, 9045.
To repay d. amendment, 9087, 9097;
and restitution, 9097;
the corresponding penalty, 9102.

Fine Linen. See LINEN.

Finger (digitus).
Finger d. power: shown, 7430.
The fingers s. the same as the hand: shown, 10062:5.

Finished (absolvit).
Finished d. that which is successive, 3093, 3102.

Fire (ignis).
See FLAME, HEAT, and under ANGEL and ANGER.
There are two origins of heat, or fire, it is from the sun of the world, and from the sun of heaven; and the latter fire is meant in the Word, and is love in both senses, 5215:2.
Love is spiritual fire, and life is actually from the heat therefrom: illustrated, 4906.
The fiery vital principle with man is from love, 5071:2.
Vital heat is love, and is meant by sacred fire, in the Word; and infernal loves are meant by the fire of hell, 6314.
The sacred fire of heaven, and the fire of hell, are fires of life, which are of loves, 7324e.
The Lord appeared to the people of Israel on Mount Sinai according to their quality, thus in smoke, cloud, and thick darkness: illustrated, 6832, 8814, 8819, 10551.
The Lord appears to each one according to his love: as a creating and renewing fire to the good, and as a consuming fire to the evil, 9434:3.
It is said "a consuming fire," because so heavenly love appears to the wicked, 934e.
Concerning the fire and smoke which appeared to the people on Mount Sinai, 1861:10.
How great is the Divine Ardour of the Lord is evident from the fire of the sun there; and if that fire, or love, should fall into anyone, even into an angel of the inmost heaven, he would perish, 6834, 6849.
The angels are, therefore, veiled with a thin suitable cloud, 6849.
Concerning heat in hell, see COLD.
What the fire of hell is, 1861:6.
Eternal fire is the fire of concupiscences, and torment therefrom: illustrated, 5071;
it is not torment of conscience, nor elemental fire, 5071.
Infernal fire is the love of self and the world, and every concupiscence therefrom, 10747.
Evils appear sometimes as a coal fire, 1527, 1528;
it is turned into cold, 1528.
How the will communicates its fire to the understanding: illustrated, 9144:2.
The inhabitants of Mars know how to make liquid fires, from which they have light in the times of evening and night, 7486.
There is cold and heat with one about to be regenerated, as summer and winter with one who is regenerated, 933, 935, 936.
Fire s. love and charity, 934;
lusts and hatreds, 1861:2;
temptation, 7861;
anger: shown, 9143, 9144:2;
evil, but then smoke d. falsity, 2446:3;
Divine Love; and flame d. Divine Love also, likewise Divine Truth proceeding from the Divine Good of the Lord: shown, 6832:3.
Fire and flame, in the opposite sense, d. filthy loves: shown, 6832:8.
Fire d. the evil of lusts, hail d. falsity; fire is mentioned where hail is: shown, 7575.
What a column of fire by night s., 8106. See COLUMN.
Fire of sulphur d. falsity from the evil of the love of self, 2446.
Burning of fire d. evil from the love of self, 1297.
Burning d. hurting the good of love, 9055.
The remainder of the paschal lamb left till the morning to be burned by fire d. a state mediate to the end by means of temptations, 7861.
To burn upon the altar d. the uniting of the Divine Human of the Lord with the Divine Good, 10053.
Roasted by fire d. good from love: shown, 7852.
Fire-offering to Jehovah d. from the Divine Love, 10055.
To kindle d. to consume truths and goods by means of lusts: shown, 9141:2.
To be parched by the east wind d. to be full of lust, 5215:2.
See also HEAT and FLAME.

Fire-Pans. See VESSEL.

Firm, To Make (obfirmare). See To HARDEN.

First (primum).
First d. the beginning, 7887, 7891, 7900.
Last and first d. what is perpetual; in the highest sense, what is eternal, 4901.
First and last s. all things and each thing, thus the whole: shown and illustrated, 10044:5, 10329e, 10335.

First-Born. See under PRIMOGENITURE.

First-Fruits (primitiae).
What first-fruits were given from, 9223.
First-fruits sd. that all truths and goods must be ascribed to the Lord: illustrated and shown, 9223.

Fish (piscis).
Fishes s. scientifics: shown, 40, 991;
scientifics, which belong to the natural man, 40, 991.

Fist. See under HAND,

Five (quinque).
Five s. a few, 649;
also disunion, 1686;
some, or some part, 4638:3;
or few and something, also remains, like ten; and what they are, from its relation to numbers from which it is shown, 5291:2;
much, like ten, 5708, 5956, 9102;
remains, 5894, 6156;
all things of one part, 9604;
as much as is sufficient, 9689.
Five, when it relates to what is long and broad, d. the same as equally, 9716.
To the fifth year, when it refers to age, d. a state of ignorance and ignorance most external, 10225.

Five Hundred (quingenti). See NUMBER.

Flag (alga).
Flag d. the false scientific: shown, 6726.

Flame (flamma). See FIRE and HEAT.
By the flame of a sword turning itself is sd. self-love, 309.
The love of good is rd. by flame, and truths by lights, 3222.
Fire d. the Divine Love of the Lord; and likewise flame; and flame d. Divine Truth proceeding from the Divine Good of the Lord: shown, 6832.
Flame, in the opposite sense, d. filthy loves: shown, 6832:8.
A flaming object of various colours was seen, by which was sd. celestial love, 7620-7622.
Light in the inmost heaven is flame-coloured, because in good; but in the middle heaven it is of a dazzling white colour, because in truth, 9570:2.

Flank (armus).
Flank d. inmost good; whence: shown, 10075.

Flattery (assentatio). See also SIMULATION.
The sphere of flatterers induces a listlessness with respect to serious and good things, 1509.
Flatterers are the cause of injury; they constitute the sphincter of the bladder, or the urethra, and correspond to the stench of urine, 5388.

Flavour (sapor). See TASTE and TONGUE.

Flax and Linen (linum et lintea).
Flax and linen, with which the angels are clothed, and Aaron when he ministered in the holy place, d. truth of the exterior natural: shown, 7601.
Flax d. external truth, 9959.

Flee, To (lugere).
To flee d. to be separated: shown, 4113, 4114, 4120;
horror, 6950.
To be a wanderer and fugitive d. not to know what is true and good, 382.

Flesh (caro). See also BODY, BREAD, and SUPPER.
The most ancient people did not eat flesh, 1002.
Flesh s. the vivified proprium, 148, 149:2, 780;
in the supreme sense, the Proprium of the Lord's Divine Human, or Divine Good; in the relative sense, man's voluntary proprium vivified from the Proprium of the Lord's Divine Human, or the celestial proprium; and, in the opposite sense, man's voluntary proprium, which in itself is evil, 3813;
the voluntary of man, therefore concupiscence, 999;
man's proprium; thence evil, the will, and concupiscence: shown, 8409;
when predicated of man, d. man's proprium: shown, 10283;
when predicated of the Lord, d. the Divine Good of the Divine Love: shown, 10283:14;
the Divine Good of the Divine Love, which is from the Lord's Divine Human, and man's reciprocal, 7850;
the Divine Good, and blood d. the Divine Truth, in the Holy Supper, because they are from the Lord: shown, 9127:2;
also the good of truth, 6968;
every man in general, the corporeal man in particular, 574, 1050:3;
every man, 1050:3.
All flesh d. every man: references to the Word, 10283e.
The flesh of the sacrifice d. the evil of love: illustrated, 10035;
still it rd. what is holy in externals, when it was eaten: illustrated, 10040;
rd., in particular, spiritual good, the meat-offering, which was bread and cakes, rd. celestial good, 10079e.
My bone and my flesh d. that they are conjoined as to truths and as to goods, 3812.
Flesh of a quail d. good of the external or natural man, or delight, 8431.
Spirit d. life from the Lord, and flesh d. life from man: illustrated, 10283:13.

Flocks, Flock (greges, grex). See also OX.
Flock d. domestic natural good, 3518;
also s. not good, 1565;
interior doctrinals, 3783.
Flocks and herds d. goods; from representatives and correspondences, 6048;
flock and herd d. good interiorly and exteriorly: illustrated and shown, 10609.
Flocks d. internal good; herd d. external goods, 8937;
flock d. rational good, and herd d. natural good, 2566;
flocks d. good interiorly natural, herd d. good exteriorly natural, 5913.
A shepherd is one who teaches and leads to the good of charity; the flock is one who learns and is led to the good of charity, 343.
What is sd. by folds cattle, of flock, 415.
Droves of flock d. of the Church and doctrinals, 3767, 3768.
To water the flock d. to instruct in doctrine from the Word, thus doctrine, 3772.
Cattle d. truths and goods before regeneration; flock d. goods and truths after regeneration, 9135.
Cattle d. goods of truth, 6016;
truths from which is good, 6016, 6045.
From an ox even to an ass d. all exterior goods and truths; even unto cattle d. all exterior goods and truths, likewise interior truths and goods, 9135.

Flood (diluvium).
Concerning the antediluvians who perished; their qualities from hereditary condition, 310, 805.
The qualities of the antediluvians who perished, who were evil, 560, 562, 563, 570, 581, 586, 607:2, 660, 805, 808, 1034, 1673:2.
These antediluvians dwell under a misty mountain, where their hell is, 311, 581.
At length the antediluvians had no interior respiration, so they suffocated, 1120.
Concerning the same antediluvians; from experience, 1265-1272.
Concerning the antediluvians less evil, 1124, 1265.
The hell of the antediluvians under a misty rock is described, 1266.
How cruel they are there, 1267.
I was conducted thither, and spoke with them about the Lord; and they persuaded themselves that they were gods, 1268.
Some were sent into the world of spirits; what their influx was, and how direful their persuasions, 1270, 1271.
They were thrust down again by an infant, 1271.
How their women were clothed, and their children went before them, 1272.
They who are vastated by the Church are separated from heaven by means of a cloudy mist, which is an inundation from falsities, 4423:2.
What a flood s., 660, 662.
What an inundation, or flood is; from experience, 5725.
A flood and inundation of waters s. temptations and desolations, 705, 739, 790.

Floodgates, See CATARACTS,

Flour (farina).
What is sd. by fine flour, flour, and cake in the sacrifices, 2177.
Fine flour and flour d. truth from good: shown, 9995.

Flour, Fine (simil ago).
What is sd. by flour, fine flour, and cake in the sacrifices, 2177.
Fine flour and flour d. truth from good: shown, 9995.

Flow In, To. See INFLUX.

Flower (flos).
The flowers of a tree r. the state near regeneration, 5116.
Flowers d. scientifics of truth: illustrated and shown, 9553.

Fluctuation (fiuduatio).
Temptation being over there is a fluctuation between truth and falsity, 848, 857.

Fly (musca). See INSECT.

Flying Thing. See BIRD and INSECT.

Foal. See Ass.

Fodder (pabulum).
Fodder d. the good of scientific truths, 5670.
Straw d. scientific truths of the natural man, fodder d. their goods, 3114.
To give fodder to the asses d. to reflect upon scientifics, 5495;
and to instruct concerning good, 5670.

Foe (inimicus). See ENEMY.

Food (cibus).
There is celestial, spiritual, and natural food; what each is, 56-58.
How foods succeed each other in order from the celestial, 1480.
How ends ascend was shown by the nutrition of the body, or corporeal, spiritual, and celestial food, and their correspondence: demonstrated, 4459:6;
moreover what it is to be in externals and internals, 4459:6.
Food, in the other life, is everything which comes forth from the mouth of the Lord, 681.
Spirits have not taste, but in its place the appetite of knowing, which is their food, 1973, 1974.
The spiritual food of man is to know, 3114.
See also BREAD, To EAT, FEAST.
Spiritual food is science, intelligence, and wisdom, 4792.
Spiritual foods are cognitions: shown, 9003.
Spiritual food is that which nourishes the mind, and as things pertaining to intelligence and wisdom: illustrated from experience, 5576.
As food and drink nourish the natural life, so good and truth nourish the spiritual, 8562.
In the spiritual world, as in the natural, when foods have performed their use, hunger ensues, 5579.
The inhabitants of Jupiter prepare food, not for the taste, but for the use; and they who prepare it only for the taste, are in luxuries, pleasures, and obtuseness of mind, 8378.
What food s., 1695.
By food is sd. celestial and spiritual food, 680.
Food d. celestial and spiritual good: illustrated and shown, 5147;
those things which nourish the internal man, or soul, thus goods and truths; in general all things that are of use: shown, 5293;
truth adjoined to good, 5340, 5342;
the good of truth, 5410, 5426, 5487, 5582, 5588, 5655.
Sustenance by means of food and drink d. the influx of good and truth through heaven from the Lord: illustrated and shown, 5915.

Foot (pes).
To wash the feet was customary with travellers and sojourners, 3148.
Concerning the correspondence of the feet, the soles, and the heels with the Grand Man, 4938-4952.
They who are natural, thus natural things, correspond to the feet, soles, and heels; from experience, 4938;
they dwell under the feet and soles, 4940-4951.
The things which are under the feet of God are the ultimates of the Word, and are called the place of His feet, and the stool of His feet: shown, 9406.
Feet s. natural things: shown, 2162:2;
the natural, 3761, 3986, 4382.
What washing the feet, and what the stool of the feet, s., 2162:10.
To wash the feet d. to purify those things which belong to the natural man, 3147;
was also an act of charity, and of humiliation, 3147:8.
To wash the hands and feet d. to purify externals and internals, 10239-10241.
He lifted up the feet d. elevation, when predicated of the natural, 3761.
To lift up the hand d. power in the spiritual, and to lift up the foot d. power in the natural, 5327, 5328.
What "to the foot of the work" and "to the foot of the children" s., 4382, 4383.
What the great toe of the foot s., see THUMB, 10063.

Footstool (scabellum pedum).
What footstool s., 2162:8.
Footstool d. the truth of the Church, as in the literal sense of the Word, 9166:5.

Forces (vires). See STRENGTH.

Forces, Intrinsic and Extrinsic, See ATMOSPHERE.

Forehead (frons).
Forehead d. celestial love: shown, 9936;
and also frontlets; in the opposite sense, infernal love: shown, 9936:4.

Foreign Resident. See LODGER.

Foreigner. See STRANGERS,

Foresight (praevidentia). See PROVIDENCE.

Foreskin (praeputium). See CIRCUMCISION.
The foreskin corresponds to the obscuration of good in the Most Ancient Church, and the defilement of good in the Ancient; circumcision was therefrom, 4462.

Forest (sylva).
When the angels hold discourse on those things which pertain to intelligence and wisdom, paradises, vineyards, forests, and meadows are represented, 3220.
Forest d. a religious system, also the Church from science: shown a little, 9011:4.

Forget, To (oblivisci).
To forget d. habit from delay, 3615;
removal, 5170;
illustrated, 5278, 5352.

Forgive, To. See To REMIT.

Form (forma). See DEGREE.
Concerning heavenly forms, 4040-4045, 9877. See HEAVEN.
Scientifics are arranged in a heavenly form when a man is in heavenly love, 6690.
Goods and truths with a man who is regenerated, are arranged in a heavenly form, 6690, 9877, 10303.
Good reduces truths into the heavenly form, 3316, 3470:2, 4302:3, 5704:2, 5709, 6028.
Good forms man into the image of heaven; evil, into the image of hell, 35132, 3584.
Love arranges scientifics in a form agreeable to itself, 6690.
Truths are the forms of good: illustrated by honesty and decorum, 4574:2.
A discourse with a philosopher on forms; that in man one form is from another, 6326;
and that operations of the mind are variations of form under changes of state: illustrated, 6326.
One thing is formed from another successively, and they are not continuously purer; thence interior and exterior things are distinct among themselves, and succeed in order; and interior things are in exterior, 6465:2.
He who does not conceive of formation, cannot comprehend the internal and external of man otherwise than that when one dies the other dies too, 6465:2.
Inferior thought circulates according to the form of the cineritious substance of the brain; and the superior forms which are in heaven are incomprehensible, 6607.
The form of the habitation seen on Mount Sinai was representative of heaven, where the Lord is, 9481.
Beautiful in form d. as to essence, and beautiful in look d. the beauty therefrom, 3821.
Form d. essence; and look, existence therefrom; thus beautiful form is the good of life, and beautiful look, the truth of faith, 4985.

Form, To. See To CREATE.

Fornication. See under ADULTERY.

Fortune (fortuna). See also To PROSPER.
Fortune is from the spiritual world; various things concerning which, 6493;
from experience therefrom, 6494.
The all of fortune is from the Divine Providence of the Lord in the ultimates of order: briefly, 5049e.
Fortune is Providence in the ultimate of order, 6493, 6494.
The ancients expressed chance by saying that God made it come to hand; and why, 9010.
There are spiritual spheres around man: illustrated from those things which are ascribed to fortune, 5179:2.

Forty (quadraginta).
Forty s. the duration of temptation of every kind, from the fact that the Lord suffered Himself to be tempted, 730, 862.
Forty d. temptations, 2272, 2273e;
what is plenary: shown, 9437.
Wilderness, when forty, whether years, or months, or days, are added to it, d. a state of undergoing temptations: shown, 8098.
Forty-five d. some conjunction, 2269:2.
Four hundred d. the same as forty, 1847.

Foundation (fundamentum). See also under ALTAR.
Foundation d. the truth of faith from good: shown, 9643:2.
The foundation of the altar d. the sensual, 10028.

Founder (conflator).
What a founder s., 9852:2, 10406:4.

Fountain (fons).
Fountain d. the Word, doctrine from the Word, and truth as also "well" does: shown, 2702;
pure truth; and a well d. truth less pure, 3096.
The Word is called a fountain and a well of living waters, 3424.
The door of the fountains d. entrance to truths, thus the literal sense of the Word, which affords entrance, 4861.

Four (quatuor).
Four d. union, because it is from pairs, 1686;
what is full, 9103;
conjunction and marriage, 9601, 9674.
What fourth generation s., 1856;
fourth there d. the same as four hundred, 1856.
The fourth of a hin d. as much as is required for conjunction, 10136, 10137.
Third and fourth sons d. the truths in a long series and their conjunction, 8877;
falsities and evils therefrom: illustrated, 10624.

Four Hundred (quad ringenti).
Four hundred d. the same as forty, 1847, 2966e.
By four hundred years is sd. the duration of vastation; and by four hundred shekels, the price of redemption, 2959, 2966.
Concerning the four hundred years which the sons of Israel are said to have been in Egypt, when it was only a half of those years, 2959:2.
The duration of the sons of Israel in Egypt was not more than two hundred and fifteen years, thus a half of four hundred and thirty: shown, 7985;
and from the going down of Abraham into Egypt was four hundred and thirty years, and these years were so designated on account of the internal sense, 7985.
Four hundred men d. the state and duration of temptation, and therefrom the conjunction of good with truths, 4341.
Four hundred years d. the duration of vastation or infestations, 7984:2.
Thirty and four hundred years d. the coming of the Lord, when the spiritual were saved, 7986.

Fourteen (quatuordecim).
Fourteen, or two weeks, d. an entire period, 4177.
Fourteen days d. a holy state, 7842, 7900.

Fowl. See BIRD,

Fracture (fractura). See To BREAK.
Fracture in the feet or hands rd. those who were in perverted external worship, 2162:12.

Fragrant (ordoratus). See NOSE, BREATHING, SCENT.

Frankincense (thus).
Because odour corresponds to perception, therefore frankincense, incense, and odours in ointments were made representative things, 4748:2.
See also SPICE and INCENSE.
Frankincense d. ultimate truth from celestial good: briefly, 9993:5;
the truth of faith: shown, 10177:11;
inmost truth, thus spiritual good, 10296.

Fraud (fraus). See DECEIT.

Freedom (libertas). See also ANGEL.

What freedom is.
What freedom is, and what slavery is; freedom consists in being led by the Lord, 892, 905;
and servitude consists in being led by hell: shown, 9096:2, 9586, 9589-9591.
What heavenly freedom is, and what infernal freedom is, 1947:3, 9589, 9590.

Freedom and Compulsion.
To compel oneself to do good is to be free, 1937, 1947.
In such compulsion and in every temptation there is freedom, by which means a man is granted by the Lord a heavenly proprium, 1937, 1947.
On the compelled state; of whom, 8392.
Faith and charity are implanted in freedom, never in compulsion, 8700:3.

Freedom, the Will, and the Proprium.
Everything which is from the will appears free, 3158:2.
The external man ought to be, without freedom from the proprium, subject to the internal: illustrated, 5786:2.

Freedom and Equilibrium.
Man is placed, by means of spirits from hell, and by means of angels from heaven, in equilibrium, thus in freedom, 5982.
There is a general sphere of endeavours to do evil from hell, and a sphere of endeavours to do good from heaven, about a man; thence there are equilibrium and man's freedom, 6477.
There is a sphere of endeavours to do evil from the hells, and a sphere of endeavours to do good from the heavens, between which there is equilibrium, so that man may be in freedom, and can be reformed, 8209.

Freedom and Regeneration.
All reformation is effected by means of freedom, and no one is compelled by the Lord, 1937:5, 1947.
With out freedom there is no conjunction of truth with good, thus no regeneration, 3145, 3146.
Truth cannot be conjoined to good, thus a man cannot be regenerated, except in a free state, 3158:2.
All reformation and regeneration are by means of freedom, and cannot be by compulsion, 4031:2;
and compulsion is harmful, 4031:3.
Repentance is effected in a free state, and in a compelled state does not avail, 8392.

Freedom and Worship.
All worship must be from freedom; a representation, 1947:4.
True worship must be in freedom, 7349.
Worship must be from freedom, that anything may be appropriated to it, 10097.

The Action of Freedom.
Man is carried in both directions, through the utmost freedom, by means of opposite delights, in conjugal love, 2744.
Spirits rule a man with absolute power, and as a slave, but angels gently by means of freedom, 6205.
If man were in a state to believe that all good and truth are from the Lord, and all evil and falsity from hell, he would be granted peace, and would be in freedom itself; concerning which, 6325.
It is the natural that is left in freedom, not so the rational, 3043:2.
The Lord also left the Natural in freedom when He made His Human Divine as to Truth, 3043:3.
It is in man's freedom to desist from evil, because he is kept by the Lord perpetually in that endeavour, 8307.
It is given to man to act from freedom according to reason, and so it is left to him to do evil, that good may be provided for him; concerning which matter, 10777.

The Doctrine of Freedom in its Series
Concerning man's freedom, 2870-2893, 9585-9591.
All freedom pertains to some love or affection, 2870.
Infernal freedom pertains to the love of self and the world, heavenly freedom to the love of the Lord and love towards the neighbour: thus the love of good and truth, 2870.
The infernals do not know any other freedom than that which belongs to the love of self and the world; if they lose that they have no more life than a recently born infant; an experience, 2871.
They who enjoy heavenly freedom, or freedom from the Lord, wish to communicate their bliss and happiness; concerning communication, 2872.
Infernal freedom is as distinct from heavenly as hell is from heaven, 2873;
and freedom is the life of everyone, 2873.
The quality and difference of freedoms; further, the distinction, 2874.
Man is introduced into heavenly freedom by means of the good of life, in which is implanted the truth of doctrine, 2874, 2875.
What is done in freedom is conjoined; what is done in compulsion is not conjoined, 2875.
Because no one can be reformed, except by means of freedom, therefore freedom, so far as appears, is never taken away from anyone, 2876, 2881.
Unless a man has freedom the affection of good and truth cannot be insinuated into him by the Lord, 2877, 2878;
thus no regeneration could be effected, 2877, 2878;
and because the root of good and truth is in the inmost of man, 2879.
Nothing appears as man's own but what is from freedom, therefore that man may receive a proprium he is introduced by means of freedom, 2880.
All worship is from freedom, none from compulsion, 2880.
If men could be saved by compulsion, all would be saved, 2881.
A man has stronger freedom in the combats of temptations, than outside them, 2881.
No one has, or had, heavenly freedom from himself, but from the Lord, not even a man when in integrity, 2882;
that a man may have heavenly freedom he ought to think truth from himself, and to do good from himself; but still he ought to know and acknowledge that they are from the Lord; the angels are in such acknowledgment and perception, 2883, 2891.
The freedom pertaining to the love of self and the world is altogether slavery, and yet it is called freedom, 2884.
All think and will from others, thus successively, so each and everyone from the First of life, who is the Lord, 2886.
Evils and falsities have connection with the hells, truths and goods with the heavens, 2886.
Man would have nothing of life if spirits and angels were not with him, 2887.
All life flows in from the Lord, comparatively as the light of the sun flows into objects of the earth, 2888.
Spirits have no life until the former life, which is of evil lusts and false persuasions, is extinguished, and then they first have life, 2889.
Evil spirits consider man as a vile slave; angels, as a brother, and keep him in freedom, 2890.
He who lives in good, and believes that truth, good, and life are from the Lord, can be gifted with heavenly freedom and peace; but he who does not so believe is carried into lusts and anxieties, 2892.
All evils and falsities are from hell, and goods and truths from the Lord; and this may be known and is known to everyone, but still they do not believe it, 2893.
All freedom is of the will and love, and it manifests itself by means of delight, 9585.
Servitude consists in being led by hell, and freedom in being led by the Lord, 9586, 9589-9591.
The Lord leads man by means of freedom, 9587.
What is inseminated in freedom remains, and what in compulsion does not remain, 9588.
Concerning heavenly freedom, and infernal freedom, 9589, 9590.
Free-will consists in doing from the will, 9591.

Hebrew servants d. those who act from the obedience of faith, or from truths alone, and not from corresponding good; but lords, or freemen d. those who act from the affection of charity, 8987, 89902.

Freemen. See under To OBEY.

Friendship (amicitia).
In what mutual love is distinguished from friendship; somewhat, 3575:5.
Concerning the societies of friendship in the other life; they take from others all the affection for truth and good; and on their sad lot; concerning which, 4054.
Concerning the societies of friendship; they carry away delights from others, 4804.
Concerning the society of interior friendship; concerning which from experience, 4805.

Fringes (fimbriae).
Fringes d. the extremes where the natural is; and fringes of the cloak d. the extremes of the Spiritual Kingdom: shown, 9917.

Frogs (ranae).
Frogs d. reasonings from falsities: shown, 7351, 7352, 7384.

Frontlets (frontalia). See FOREHEAD,

Fruit (fructus).
What the fruit of faith is, in the internal sense, 1873.
The fruit of faith is the fruit of good, which is that of love and charity, 3146.
Fruit d. the works and goods of charity: shown, 7690;
good: shown; and these are the first and the last, because the ends: shown, 9337.
Fruits of the ground d. the works of faith without charity; and what the fruits of works without charity are, 348.
What fruit of the belly s., 3911.
See BOX.
Fruit of the tree d. the cognitive of good, 7690.
Tree d. the cognitive of truth, 7690.
To be fruitful s. goods; and to be multiplied, truths, 43, 55;
to be fruitful is predicated of good; to be multiplied, of truth, 2846, 2847.
To fructify is predicated of goods; to multiply, of truths, 913.
To fructify s. the goods of charity; to multiply s. the truths of faith, 983.

Fugitive. See To FLEE and WANDERER.

Full (plenus).
What a full state is, 2636, 7839;
when used in reference to good, 7839.
Fulness of times d. the end of the Church, 2905e.
Fulness d. all, and abundance, 6297.

Full, To the. See To SATISFY.

Furnace (fornax, furnus).
Furnace d. lust: shown, 7519.
Cinders of the furnace d. falsities from the evils of lusts, 7519.
The furnace (furnus) of smoke d. the densest falsity, 1861.
See also OVEN.

Future (futura).
To foretell future things belongs to the Lord alone, 698.
Spirits who have been solicitous about future things, appear in the stomach, 177.
These induce anxieties therefrom with man; anxieties therefrom as if from the stomach, 178, 5179.