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Tabernacle (tabernaculum). See TENT.

Table (mensa).
Why the table, on which the breads of faces were, was at the north side of the dwelling, is explained; thus it d. good in obscurity, such as spiritual good relatively is, 9684, 9685.
The table on which were the breads of faces d. the receptacle of celestial things: shown, 9527.
The breads of faces on the table d. the Lord as to celestial good, 9545.
See also BREAD and TENT.

Tables (tabuics).
The tables of stone on which the Law was written d. the book of the Law, also the Law in its whole complex: illustrated, 9416.
What the Law in its whole complex is, see LAW.
Why there were two tables, and in what manner the Law was written on them: illustrated and shown by means of halvings when a covenant was entered into, 9416:2.
The engraving and writing on the tables d. those things which must be impressed on the memory and the life, and be imprinted, 9416:3.
The tables on which the Law was written d. the Word, by means of which there is conjunction with the Lord, 10375.
The reason the tables were of stone is that stone d. truth in ultimates, thus the sense of the letter in which is the internal sense, 10376.
Tables d. the external sense of the Word; the writings on them, the internal sense, 10453, 10461.
The tables of the Law were broken, and others hewn out by Moses, because by the tables of Moses is sd. the external such as it was on account of the people; concerning which, 10603.

Tail (cauda).
Tail d. the ultimate of the sensual, thus falsity, which looks altogether downward: shown, 6952;
also truth in the ultimates: illustrated and shown, 10071.

Tamar (Thamar).
Tamar d. the Church representative of spiritual and celestial things, 4829, 4831.

Tarry, To (commorari). See To DWELL and To DELAY.

Tarshish. See BERYL.

Taste (gustus). See also APPETITE and TONGUE.
Spirits have not the sense of taste, but an analogue of taste, 1516, 1880.
Concerning the correspondence of taste, the tongue, and the face with the Grand Man, 4791-4805.
Taste corresponds to the perception and affection of knowing and being wise, 4793.
It is not allowed to spirits to flow into the taste; the reason, 4793.
Sirens attempt to enter into the taste that they may obsess the interiors of man, 4793.
Spirits have all sensations except taste, of which they have only an analogue; why, 4794.
Flavour d. the delights that belong to good, and the pleasant things that belong to truth, 3602;
thence dainties are such things, 3502.
Dainties also d. the delectable things which belong to truth, 3536, 3589.

Teach, To. See LEARNED,

Tear (lachryma). See To WEEP.

Tearing (laceratio). See RENDING.
The penalty of tearing, so that one becomes as a garment, 956.

Tell, To (indicare). See also To RELATE.
To tell d. to think and to reflect, 2862, 5508;
also d. to perceive, 3608, 5601;
to communicate, 4856;
to conjoin, 5596;
to flow in, 5966.

Tema (Thema).
Tema, the son of Ishmael, d. those of the spiritual Church who are in simple good, especially with the nations, 3268:5.

Temple (templum). See also under ALTAR.
The House of God with the most ancient people was of wood, because wood sd. good, but the Temple was of stones, because atones s. truth: illustrated, 3720.
The House of God is the Church, heaven, the Lord's kingdom, and the Lord as to Good, but the Temple is the Lord as to Truth: illustrated, 3720.
By tents are sd. the same as by the Temple, 414:3.
The altar and the Temple were the primary representatives of the Lord, 2777.

Temptation (tentatio). See DESPAIR.

The Nature and Kinds of Temptation.
What temptation is; it is combat about control, 1923e.
Temptation is combat between the delights of the natural and the spiritual man, 3928.
Temptation is combat between the evil spirits with man and angels, 3927:3.
Temptation is combat owing to disagreement between the internal and external man; and it has respect to dominion, 3928.
Temptation takes place when a man is let into his own evil; and then evil spirits fight against angels, 6657:2.
The distinction between infestations and temptations; temptations take place with anguish of conscience, not infestations, 7474:3.
Temptation is the combat of the internal and external man; concerning which, 8351:2.
In temptations there are indignations and several other affections, 1917.
In all temptation there is freedom, although it does not so appear; and it is stronger than out of temptations, 1937:5, 1947, 2821.
Temptation cannot exist unless there is affirmation and acknowledgment of good and truth, 3928:2.
No one can be tempted, except as to that which he loves, thus as to truth, when he loves truth, 4274.
None can be tempted, except those who are in the affection of truth and good, 4299.
Temptations exist when good conjoins itself to truths, because to truths fallacies and falsities cleave, 4341.
Temptation is on account of the conjunction of good and truth, 4572:2.
It is the combat of the spirits attendant on man, 4572:2.
The state of temptations is squalid and unclean, for the reason that falsities and evils are excited, but afterwards it becomes serene, 5246:2.
A comparison with the state of a man among robbers, 5246.
Temptations appear to be evil: illustrated, 6097.
When a man is in temptation there is an obscurity and grief with him; afterwards, when he emerges therefrom, there is a clearness and gladness, 6829;
the reason it is so, 6829.
Temptation on account of deficiency of truth is described, 8352.
Temptations are continual despairings, and they are ended in despair, 8567.
There is despair in temptations, and then bitter things are spoken, but these are not attended to, because temptation is then at the ultimate limit of capacity, 8165:2.
Temptations are celestial, spiritual, and natural; there is temptation when love is assaulted; concerning which, 847:2.
There are spiritual temptations and natural temptations, and the latter are with the former, and also not with them, and then they are only pains of mind, 8164;
and there is anxiety of melancholy with which there is temptation, and there is not, 8164e.
They who are in the good of faith cannot undergo spiritual temptation, because they would succumb; and they are only let into natural anxieties, 4274e.
They who succumb in temptations come into grievous damnation, 8165e, 8169.
Temptation as to intellectual things is slight, 735.
The temptation of infants; of what quality it is, 2294.

Whence Temptations Arise.
Temptations appear as if they were from the Divine, 4299:3.
Temptations are from this: that evils and falsities are excited, 4299:2.
Evil spirits are they that excite evils and falsities, and tempt, 4307.
Temptations exist by means of evil spirits, who excite with man his falsities and evils, thus by means of influx therefrom: illustrated, 5036:2.
Evil spirits use cunning and malice in temptations: illustrated, 6666:2.
It comes to pass that evil spirits excite evils and falsities; whence there are temptations, 741, 751, 761.
At the present day there are not temptations thus, but from another source there are anxieties, 762.
How the case is with temptations; genii and spirits attack those things which are of the love, thus which are of man's life, 1820:2;
they fought against the Lord's love which was for the whole human race alone, 1820:4.

Concerning combats and temptations, 59, 63, 227.
Dead men cannot sustain combats and temptations, 270.
A man fights from the goods and truths which he receives by means of cognitions, against the evils and falsities which are not goods and truths; concerning which; but the Lord fights for him, 1661:2.
Truth is the first thing of the combat of temptations, 1685.
Concerning the combat of the rational and natural man; and what the quality of the man is when the former conquers, or does not conquer, 2183:2.
Man ought to fight as it were from what is his own, and not let his hands hang down, 1712:2.
Between delights there is combat, 3928.
He who conquers the hells once, conquers them perpetually, 8273:3.

The Process of Temptation.
Man undergoes temptations when good begins to act the first part, which takes place in adult age, 4248:2, 4249.
Temptation comes therefrom; angels keep man in goods and truths, and evil spirits keep him in evils and falsities, 4249;
or because, when good takes the first place, the natural man is in falsities; the secret reason, 4266.
When men are to undergo temptations, truths and goods are arranged by the Lord in a state for undergoing them; and then they are near hell, 8131.
He who is in temptation is in doubt concerning the end, 1820.
They who are in temptations are reduced to despair, 2694:2.
Truth impressed on the internal man governs in the state of temptations, often unknown to him; concerning which, 5044:2.
Two forces act in temptations; and the Divine force is from the interior, and draws man back, 8168.
During temptations goods and truths are not with man, but after them they are implanted and reduced to order, 10686:2.
Truth cannot be received more inwardly when incredulity is reigning, because this limits and encloses it, 3399.
When temptation is finished there is fluctuation between truth and falsity, 848, 857.
After temptations there is joy on account of the conjunction of good and truth, 4572:2.
After temptation there is enlightenment and affection, or pleasantness and delight; why, 8367, 8370e.

The Lord's Aid.
In temptations a man supposes the Lord is absent, but at that time He is more present, 840.
God does not tempt, but delivers, and then induces good, 2768;
In temptations He does not concur by permitting, according to the idea which man has respecting permission, 2768.
The Lord turns the evil which infernals induce in temptations, into good, 6574:2.
The hells fight against man, and the Lord for man, 8159:3;
and the Lord alone fights, not man at all: illustrated, 8172, 8175, 8176.
By means of temptations the internal is open and given to man by the Lord: illustrated, 10686:2.
The internal is opened to man by means of temptations, and afterwards truths are implanted there, and he is enlightened, because the Lord fights from the interior, 10685.
Man does not know this comes to pass, nor how it comes to pass: shown, 10685.
They who place merit in works cannot fight against the hells; but for those who do not, the Lord fights, 9978.
In temptations petitions are not heard as such; why; and one ought to fight against falsities and evils as if from himself; the reasons, 8179:2.

The Use of Temptations.
What good is done by means of temptations, desolations, and despairings, 6144.
Temptation is for the purpose that corporeal things may be subdued, 857:2.
Evils and falsities are subdued with man when he is being regenerated, so that they do not appear, and this by means of temptations; they are not abolished, 868.
By means of temptations goods are more closely conjoined to truths, 2272.
What the good learn from temptations; that they are nothing but evil, and that all things are of mercy, 2334.
The vessels recipient of truth are softened by means of temptations so that they may receive good, 3318:2.
Man is insinuated into interior societies chiefly by means of temptations, 6611.
Spiritual combat, or temptation, is necessary; this is not known in the world, 7090:4.
Infestations, or the temptations of the upright in the other life, take place that evils and falsities, and filthy things, may be removed; and before this they cannot be elevated into heaven, 7122.
Truths and goods are implanted and confirmed by means of temptations: illustrated, 8924.
What temptations effect, 1692, 1717:2, 1740.
By means of temptations evil spirits are deprived of the ability to do evil against men, 1695:2, 1717.
Faith and charity cannot be implanted except by means of temptations, 8351:2.
Truths grow according to infestations in temptations: illustrated, 6663.

Temptation and Regeneration.
Without temptation a man cannot be regenerated; and he must undergo many temptations, 8403:2.
He who is being regenerated undergoes temptations, 5036:2.
When a man is being regenerated, the internal man receives truths sooner than the external, and thence there is combat; whence there are temptations, 3321:2.
He who is being regenerated, for the most part, does not fight from genuine truth, but from the truth of his own church, yet it ought to be such that it may be conjoined to good, 6765.
They who are being regenerated are first in a state of tranquillity, before they are in temptations, and afterwards they return to a state of tranquillity, which is also the end in the combats of temptations, 3696.
There is a conversion with a man who is being regenerated; then there is temptation; the reason, 5773.
That one is regenerated by means of temptations is because temptations remove the loves of self and the world, also from opposites they give relatives, and confirm goods and truths; and evils and falsities are subdued lest they dare to rise up again, 5356.
Men are not saved on account of temptations, if they succumb, nor are they who suppose they have earned it by means of them, for then a man has let slip the cognitions which he received by means of temptations, 2273.
Temptation is with those who have conscience, and more acutely with those who have perception, 1668.

The Lord's Temptations.
The Lord admitted temptations into Himself, 2816.
The Lord, by means of temptations admitted into Himself, subjugated all the hells, reduced all things to order, and made the Human in Himself Divine, 4287:2.
The Lord admitted temptations in Himself from angels, 4295:2.
The Lord endured temptations above all others the most grievous, 1663, 1668e.
All temptations are attended with their own despair concerning the end; and the Lord's were the most direful temptations, and He had that despair also with Him, 1787. See DESPAIR.
Concerning the Lord's passion and most grievous temptations, 2776:2, 2786, 2795. See LORD.
The Lord as to the Divine could not be tempted, 2795:2, 2814;
nor as to good, but as to truth, 2813;
neither could He be tempted as to Divine Truth, but as to Truth Divine, 2814.
The Lord cannot be tempted as to the Divine Human; wherefore He assumed the infirm human from the mother: illustrated, 7193:2.
The Lord alone fought against the hells from Himself: shown, 8273;
and He alone fights for man, 8273.
The Lord fought from His own power, and He alone fights for man, 1692;
man could in no wise endure, for he is against all the hells, 1692.
The Lord fought from love Divine; all others, when from self, fight from the love of self and the world, 1812, 1813.
The Lord first fought from the goods and truths which appeared as goods and truths, 1661:4.
Out of love towards the whole human race, the Lord fought against the love of self and the love of the world; concerning which, 1690:3.
The union of the Essences was made by the Lord by means of temptations and victories, 1737.
The Lord as to the Human Essence became Righteousness by means of temptations and victories, from His own power, 1813.
The spiritual, who were detained till the coming of the Lord, could not come into temptations before the Lord was glorified, because from His power they overcame, 8099.
By means of the combats of temptations the Lord overcame the hells, and disposed all things into order: references, 9528e.
When he was in the world, the Lord fought with the hells, and disposed all things into order, 9937:3.

Seriatim Statement.
What is written concerning temptation in a brief form, 2819.
Concerning temptations, 8958-8969.
They are spiritual combats with those who are being regenerated, 8958, 8959.
They are from the evil spirits with man, who assault, 8960.
It is incited with regard to the dominion of evil over good, and of the natural man over the spiritual, 8961.
Combats take p lace by means of the truths of faith, 8962.
Man is not tempted until he comes into adult age, 8963.
Nor is he tempted who has not the truths of faith, 8964.
The state after temptation is worse than the state before, if man succumbs; why, 8964.
Few are admitted into temptations at the present time, 8965.
By means of temptations truths are confirmed, concupiscences are subdued, and man is humbled, and thence he has intelligence and wisdom, 8966, 8967.
Temptations are undergone before man is in good, 8968.
Man ought to fight as if from himself, but believe that it is from the Lord; if he does not afterwards believe that it is from the Lord, the temptation is not profitable, 8969.

To tempt d. to explore, 8419.
To tempt Jehovah d. against the Divine, 8567.
What in the internal sense, "Lead thou us not into temptations" s., 1875.
Not to eat bread, nor to drink water, for forty days and nights, d. a state of temptation, 10686e.

Ten (decem). See also TENTHS.
Ten d. what is full, 3107;
all, 4638.
Ten and tenths sd. remains, 576, 1738, 1906:1,4.
A hundred d. the same as ten, 1988:2.
The tenth of the month d. a state of the initiation of the interiors, as also the tenth day, 7831.
The tenth part d. as much as is sufficient, 8468, 8540;
thus also as much as is for use, 9757.

Tendency. See ENDEAVOUR.

Tender (tener).
Tender children d. recent things which have not as yet gained Divine life, 4377.

Tent (tentorium). See also under ALTAR.
The altar and the tent were polluted by the sin of the people: shown and illustrated, 10208:2.
The most ancient people dwelt in tents, and, therefore, tents d. the holy things of worship, 10545.
What a tent s., 414.
Tent d. what is holy, 2145, 2152;
what is holy of union, 8666;
the Lord, and thence heaven and the Church, thence every holy thing of heaven and the Church, also that which is holy of worship and of the Word: illustrated and shown, 10545.
Tents also s. what is not holy, 1566.
Tents d. what is holy of worship; thence the Jews had a tent, and thence was the festival of tabernacles, 3312, 4391.
Tents, which were called Succoth, d. what is holy of truth, or the good of truth: shown, 4391.
Tents and the ark rd. heaven where the Lord is, 9457:4, 9481, 9485. See also ARK.
What the veils of the tent s., 2576:3.
The tent above the dwelling d. the external of heaven, 9615.
The tent of meeting d. where the Lord's presence is: shown, 9784.
The tent of meeting which was set outside the camp by Moses, d. the external of worship, of the Church, and of the Word, in which are all internal things, 10547, 10548.
To dwell in tents d. what is holy of love, 414, 1102.
To fix a tent d. a state of love, 4128.
To stretch a tent d. progression of what is holy towards interiors, 4599.
To enter into the tent of meeting, when it relates to Aaron, d. to represent all things of heaven and of the Church as to Divine Truth, 9963.
To enter into the tent of meeting d. to represent all things of worship from spiritual good; and to come near to the altar d. to represent all things of worship from celestial good, 10242, 10245.
At the door of the tent of meeting d. the marriage of Divine Truth and Divine Good: illustrated, 10001:2, 10025.
To give for the work of the tent d. conjunction with heaven, 10230.
The supreme, internal, and external senses of the Word, are as the inmost, the internal, and the external of the tabernacle, 3439.
The tabernacle with all things therein rd.; and they sd. the three heavens; and the testimony in the ark sd. the Lord Himself, 3478.
The good of the new will with man is the dwelling of the Lord there, and the truth of the new understanding therefrom is the tabernacle: illustrated, 9296:3, 9297:2.
The Holy of Holies in the tabernacle and in the Temple rd. the Divine Human of the Lord, and those things which were therein rd. its quality, 3210.
What the bread there upon the tables s., 3478. See also TABLE.
To come near to the altar d. to represent the Lord as to the Divine Good, each as to worship, 9964.
Concerning the festival of tabernacles, 9296:4. See FESTIVAL.

Tent of Meeting. See ALTAR and TENT.

Tenths (decimae).
Tenths sd. remains, 576, 1738.
Twice tenths s. the good of remains, also good in general, as well celestial as spiritual, 2280.

Terah (Therach).
Terah was an idolater, 1356.
In the house of Terah there was idolatrous worship, 1992:2.
Terah d. idolatrous worship, 1353, 1356;
r. the general beginning of Churches, 3778, 4207.

Teraphim (theraphim).
Teraphim were idols by means of which men inquired of their own god, and received answers; and there.
from they s. truths from the Divine: shown, 4111, 4162;
d. interior truths, or truths from the Divine, 4155.

Terebinth (terebinthina).
What nuts of the terebinth s., 5622. See NUT.

Terror. See FEAR.

Tertian (tertiuni).
Tertian leaders d. general things under which are particular, in series, 8150;
and all things together with each single thing, 8276.

Testicle (testis, testiculi).
They who ensnare in conjugal love by means of love, friendship, and duty are hurtful to the testicles; concerning whom from experience, 5060.

Testimony. See WITNESS, and under ARK.

Theft. See THIEF.

Theology (theologia). See DOCTRINE and FAITH.


Thief, Theft (fur, furtum).
Before regeneration a man claims to himself truth and good, thus he is in spiritual theft, not so after regeneration, 5747:2.
Man is in spiritual theft when he claims to himself good and truth; then he cannot enter into heaven: illustrated, 5749, 5758;
but still they are not damned if they do it from ignorance and simplicity; they who do it from confirmed principles are vastated, 5759.
Theft d. the evil of merit, 4174;
to take away good or truth, 9125;
and by thief is sd. the same as by theft-namely, the taking away of good and truth, 9125, 9126.
What theft and to steal s.; in the internal sense it is not so harsh; thus for a thief to come d. unexpectedly: shown, 4002.
Theft d. estrangement of good and truth by means of evil, and the claiming of others" goods and evils; to steal d. to estrange good and truth by means of evil, also to claim to oneself goods and truths which are not one's own, and further to apply them to evils and falsities: illustrated and shown, 5135.
The digging through of a thief d. to do in secret: shown, 9125.
To be caught, when it relates to theft, d. recollection, 9151.
To steal d. to claim to oneself, to attribute righteousness and merit which belong to the Lord, 2609;
to take away from anyone his spiritual goods, also to attribute to oneself what are the Lord's: shown, 8906;
to apply the truths of the Word to evils: illustrated, 9018, 9020.
What to steal the heart s., 4112, 4113, 4133, 4151.

Thigh (femur).
Concerning the correspondence of the loins and the genitals with the Grand Man, 5050-5061.
The loins correspond to conjugial love, or to those who are in that love, 5050-5052.
They are celestial and in the inmost heaven, 5052;
they are distinct from others, 5053;
but what their quality is it is not given to know; the reason, 5055.
Concerning the infernals who are in contraries, or adulteries, 5059.
Thighs and loins d. conjugial love, 3021;
all spiritual and celestial loves, because these are derived from conjugial love: shown, 3021:3;
in the opposite sense, the loves of self and the world, 3021e.
The thigh d. conjugial love, and thence celestial and spiritual love, 4280.
Loins d. interiors, 7863.
Loins d. the interior things of love; thighs, the exterior things, 9961.
The hollow of the thigh d. where there is the conjunction of conjugial love, also of the celestial and spiritual good with natural good, 4277, 4280.
Sword upon the thigh d. truth which is from good fighting, 10488.
To go forth from the womb and from the loins, is predicated respecting good; and to be separated from the bowels is predicated respecting truth, 3294.
For kings to go forth from the loins d. truths from the heavenly marriage, 4575.
Concerning the nakedness of the loins and genitals, 9960. See NAKEDNESS and GENITALS,
Concerning the extension from the loins to the thighs, when it relates to breeches, d. extension of loves: illustrated, 9961.
Concerning breeches, see BREECHES,

Thin (tenue).
Thin and slender d. of no use, 5214.

Think, To, Thought (cogitare, cogitatio). See IDEA.

The Nature of Thought.
Man's thought is wonderful, and it is unknown to him that it is so, 2556.
Thoughts are not abstract things, but from the purer substances of man, 3726:3.
Some believe the soul is only thought; concerning which, 4527.
Some believed the soul, or the spirit, to be only abstract thought; an example, 444, 445.

The Origin of Thought.
Thoughts are from perception, from conscience, and from no conscience, 2515, 2552.
There is thought from perception, and from conscience, 2552.
Perception is something else than thought, and this is from perception, 1919;
so it is with conscience; they who have it think from conscience, 1919:2.
Angels who have conscience think from the interior rational; they who have not conscience think from the sensual and corporeal natural, 1914:3.
They who have conscience, have interior thought from the Lord, not they who have not conscience, 1935.
Thought is from the interior memory, as in the discreted ideas with spirits; and spirits and angels know all things in general and particular; and all things of thought remain, see MEMORY.
Thought is sometimes drawn from the interior rational, and sometimes from the sensual, according to the state, 5141.
The exterior natural is a plane in which interior things see themselves as in a face, or in a mirror, and thence there is thought, 5165:2.
Thought is active, or speaking, and it is the speech of man's spirit, not comprehensible, because without the vocal sounds of language; and it is passive, 6987.

Thought and Influx.
All evil is from hell, all good from the Lord; such is the influx of all things into thought, 904:3.
Everything of thought and of will flows in, see LIFE and FREEDOM.
The Lord alone thought from Himself, 1904:3, 1914.
All changes of state, both as to voluntary and as to intellectual things, are ruled by the Lord through spirits and angels, 2796.

Thought in Relation to the Internal.
The internal man is not thought, 978.
It is the internal, or rational man that thinks, and indeed in the external, or natural; but with a difference, when a man is a man and when he is a spirit: illustrated, 3679:2.
Unless the natural is in order, as with the regenerated, the interior man cannot think, thus neither can he have faith, 5168:2.

Thought in Relation to the Spiritual World.
Spirits think perspicuously, 322:2.
The penalty of rending as to thoughts, 962. See also IDEA.
Societies are sometimes dissociated as to thoughts and speech; concerning which, 2129.
How difficult it is for a man to believe that spirits know his thoughts, when yet they know the most minute; an experience, 5855.
Spirits know the thoughts; it can be believed only with difficulty; an experience, 6214;
when yet they know the most particular things in the other life, 6214.
Thought and affection diffuse themselves into societies round about; an experience, 6600-6603, 6605, 6610.
This is as it is with spheres of rays from objects of the earth, 6601:2.
Thought enters into the general sphere of societies, and so does not move societies in particular, 6600:2, 6603.
Thought appears like a river, 6606.
Lower thought circulates according to the form of the cineritious substance in the brain; and the higher forms, which are in heaven, are incomprehensible, 6607.
The spheres of thought from societies are represented by clouds, 6609, 6614.
The quality of the heavenly form of thought; clear things are in the middle, obscure things around, and opposite things tend downward, 8885.

Interior and Exterior Thought.
Thought is interior and exterior, 6007e.
What exterior thought is, and what interior: illustrated, 5127:2.
They who were raised up among angelic spirits saw the interiors of my thoughts, 1769.
Spirits and angels perceive the interiors of a man's thoughts, 1931.

The Ideas of Thought.
In every idea of thought there is something relative to the will and at the same time relative to the understanding, 590.
The speech of spirits is from the ideas of thought, see SPEECH and IDEA.
Thought appears to be continuous, when yet it is distinguished into ideas, 6599, 6614, 6622, 6624.
With man the ideas of thought vary, are multiplied, and divided, and so variously consociated, 6610.
In the ideas of thought there are innumerable things, 6613-6625. See IDEA.
The ideas of the thought of those who live evilly, and think evilly therefrom, 6625.

Various Particulars.
Man is insinuated into societies chiefly by means of temptations, 6611.
What a man loves reigns universally in his thought, although he does not know this: illustrated, 5130:2.
The thought of a man who is in good is spiritual, according to the internal sense: illustrated, 5614:2.
Evil flowing into thought does not harm, except when it passes into the will: illustrated, 6204.
They who think from sensual things perceive little of what is honest, just, and good, 6598, 6612, 6624.
A man can hardly distinguish between truth and good, because he can hardly distinguish between thinking and willing, 9995:2.

Work from thought d. the intellectual: shown, 9598, 9688:2.
What to meditate in the field s., 3196.

Thirst (sitis).
To thirst d. to long for truth from affection: briefly, 4958;
to desire eagerly and to long for; and it is predicated respecting truths: shown, 8568.
To die of thirst d. to be deprived of spiritual life from want of truth: shown, 8568:9.

Thirteen (tredecim).
What thirteen s., 1668, 2109.
Thirteen d. holy remains, 2109.

Thirty (triginta).
Thirty d. something of combat, 2276;
what is full, 9082;
a full state of remains: shown, 5335.
Thirty years d. a full state of remains, 7984:2.

Thistle (carduus). See THORN.

Thorn (spina). See also BRAMBLE.
Thorns d. the falsities of concupiscences: shown, 9144:5.
A crown of thorns upon the Lord at that time rd. the state of the Church as to the Word, 9144:10.
Thorn and thistle s. curse and vastation, 273.

Thought. See To THINK.

Thousand (mille).
Thousand d. much, also infinite, 2575;
much: shown, 8715:2.
Chiefs of thousands d. primary truths in the first degree, because they are over the chiefs of hundreds, 8712.

Three (tres, tria).
By three is sd. what is sd. by seven, 720, 901.
Three d. perfection, because in order that anything may be perfect there must be the successive order of three things, as end, cause, and effect: illustrated, 9825.
From three one exists: illustrated, 9866.
Three, or third, s. the last time, or the last state of the Church, or of those things which are of the Church, 1825.
Three days, or the third day, s. what is complete, or the end and the beginning, 2788.
The signification is herefrom, that the Lord rose again on the third day, 2788.
The third day and three d. what is complete and continuous even to the end, and one period, greater or less: shown, 4495.
Three days d. a full state; and what a full state is, 7715;
completely, 8347.
A third part d. somewhat, and what is not yet complete, 2788e.
From three days d. a new state, 5123.
On the third day d. the last state, when it is new, 5159.
From three months d. a new state, 4901.
To set a way of three days between d. to separate altogether, 4010, 6904.
To go a way of three days d. a state of renovation, 6904.
Sons of the third and the fourth generation d. falsities in a long series, and their conjunction, 8877;
falsities and evils therefrom: illustrated, 10624.
Three and a half d. what is full, and even to the end when it is new: shown, 9198:4.
Seven d. an entire period, when holy things are treated of; similarly three, when any subject whatever is treated of, 10127.
Three thousand d. what is plenary, 10492.
One and a half, when it is the half of three, d. what is full, 9488, 9489.
Tertian leaders, see TERTIAN.

Three and a Half (tres at dimidium).
Three and a half, 9198:4. See THREE.

Three Hundred (trecenti).
What three hundred s., 1709.
Three hundred d. what is full: shown, 5955.

Threshing-Floor (area).
Threshing-floor d. the good of truth; where the good of truth is, and where the truth of good is: shown, 6537.

Throne (thronus).
Throne d. what belongs to kingship, and to sit upon it d. the Lord; thus the throne is the Divine Truth which proceeds from the Lord, thence also heaven is called a throne, and then the natural relatively: shown, 5313;
in the opposite sense, the kingdom of falsity: shown, 5313:16.
What the apostles sitting upon twelve thrones d., 2129:2, 6397:2, 9039:2.
The throne of Jah d. the Lord's Spiritual Kingdom, 8625.

Thrust Through (confossus).
Thrust through d. truth and good extinguished: shown, 4503:3.
The process of one thrust through lying in a field, Deut. xxi. 1-10, is explained, 9262:3.

Thumb (pollex).
The thumb of the hand d. truth in its own power, and also the intellectual, 10062.
Similarly the great toe of the foot, but in a lower degree, 10062, 10063.

Thumim (Thumim). See URIM.

Thunder (tonitru).
Thunders d. truths Divine, and the brightnesses of lightning d. those who are in truths from the Divine, 8914.
Voices which are of thunders d. truths Divine, 7573:2. See VOICE.

Thunder, To. See To ROAR.

Thymus (thymus).
Who they are and of what quality, to whom the thymus gland corresponds, 5172.

Tiara, See MITRE.

Timbrel. See DRUM.

Time (tempus).
There is no notion of time in the other life, 1274, 1382.
Notions from time do not exist in the other life: illustrated from experience, 4882.
Ideas respecting times cannot be apprehended in the other life, because the sun there does not make times illustrated; thence times are states, 4901:2.
In the other life there are changes of times, as changes of day-namely, morning, noon, evening, and twilight; and in hell there is night; concerning which: illustrated, 6110:3.
States in the other life are as the times of evening, night, morning, and noon, 7218.
Times and spaces do not exist in the other life, 2625.
Man can think of nothing apart from space and time, it is otherwise with the angels, 3404:2.
What time is; and there is none to those who are in an affection of genuine love, unless impatience and weariness therefrom adjoin themselves, 3827.
All times s. states, 2788.
Times d. states, as the times of a man's age; concerning which, 3254.
Time d. state; and it came to pass at that time d. the state of things following: illustrated, 4814, 4916.
At the set time d. in that state, 8070.
Times d. states: references, 10133;
whence this is in the other life, 10605.
Times and spaces s. states; the former, states as to existere, the latter, states as to esse, 2625.
Space c. to state as to esse; and what state as to esse, and state as to existere are, 3938:2.
Space and time d. states; the reason is that there is no idea of space and time in the other life, nor in the internal man with man; concerning which, 3356.
Time and spaces d. states; from a comparison of the sun of the world with the Sun of heaven: illustrated, 7381:3.
Times and places d. states, 2837.

Timnath (Thimnath).
Timnath d. a state of consulting for the Church: shown, 4855.

To-Day (hodie).
To-day d. what is perpetual and eternal, as also unto this day, 4304, 6165.
Unto this day and to-day, in the Word, d. what is perpetual and eternal: shown, 2838, 3998.
As to-day d. as to time and apparently, 3325, 3329.
From now d. what is eternal, 6984.
Both yesterday and to-day d. what is future as former, 7140.
To-day, always, and continually, when relating to the Lord, d. what is eternal, 9939.

Toe, Great. See FOOT and THUMB.

Togarmah (Thogarmah).
What Togarmah s., 1154.

To-morrow, Morrow (cras, crastinum).
The morrow d. to eternity, 3998.
The day after, or the morrow, when used concerning the Jewish nation, d. duration even to the end of the Church, 10497.
What care and solicitude for the morrow s.;
and who are in it, and who are not in it: illustrated, 8478:2, 8480:3.

Tongs, See VESSEL.

Tongue. See LANGUAGE.

Tooth (dens).
Concerning the correspondence of teeth, 5565-5568.
They are they who have scarcely anything of spiritual life remaining, 5565.
Concerning a robber who had no face, but jaws of teeth, 5566.
A certain scoffer also without a face, who had teeth in its place, 5567.
There are certain who gnash the teeth; they are they who are against the Divine, but for nature, 5568.
Tooth d. the exterior understanding, and thence natural truth: shown, 9052.
When it relates to a servant, tooth d. the sensual, 9062.
Gnashing of teeth d. the collision of falsities with the truths of faith, by those who conclude from the illusions of the senses, and thence from falsities: shown, 4424:3.

Topaz (topazius).
The topaz, ruby, and carbuncle d. the celestial love of good, or the internal good of the inmost heaven, 9865.

Torn. See RENT.

Touch, To (tangere). See TOUCH.

Touch (tactus). See SENSE.
Spirits have a most exquisite sense of touch; all sensations relate to touch, 322, 1630, 1880, 1881, 1883.
The sense of touch is the general of all the senses arising from the perceptive faculty, which is the internal sensitive, 3528.
Sight is also effected by means of touch, 10130:6.
To touch d. communication, translation, and reception: illustrated and shown, 10130:7.

Tower (turns).
Tower d. the worship of self, 1306;
the interior things of truth, and, in the opposite sense, the interior things of falsity: shown, 4599.

Town (urbs). See CITY.
Why towns were formerly fortified with towers, 1306:3.
Towns in the time of Abram were not other than families who dwelt together, 1358, 2943.
The human mind is compared to a town, 2268.
Those things which pertain to the Church, in the Word, are compared to a town which has a wall, a breastwork, gates, and bars, 6419.
In the Word, evil is compared to a town, and falsities are compared to the walls around a town, 7437:2.
Concerning the filthy Jerusalem, 940:2.
Concerning another Jerusalem, between Gehenna and a pool, 941.
Towns and palaces were seen in the other life, 940:2, 1626, 1627.
When there is discourse with angels about the doctrinal things of charity and faith, there appears among the spirits in the lower sphere the idea of a town, or of a town with palaces, 3216.
A kind of town in hell, 8096:2.
Town d. doctrinal truth, also what is heretical, 402;
doctrine, or the doctrinal, both genuine and heretical, 1305;
what is doctrinal, thus the truth of faith, 2428;
the truth which is of faith, 2943;
the doctrinal of truth, 3730, 4393;
what is doctrinal, thus the truth of the Church, 4507;
doctrinal truth, 5774.
A town or towns, when predicated respecting the external man, d. doctrinal things which in themselves are not anything but scientifics, 1597.
Towns, in the genuine sense, d. truths of doctrine, and, in the opposite sense, falsities of doctrine, 4555.
Towns, in the universal sense, d. the doctrinal things of the Church; but, in the particular sense, they d. the interior things of the natural mind, where the doctrinal things are, that is, truths conjoined to good, 5297, 5340, 5342.
Towns d. truths; the dweller d. good, 2268, 2451, 2712.
The dwellers, when used in relation to a town, d. the goods of truth, 2451.
What that great town s., 1184, 1190, 1191.
What the town of Zoar s., 2429:4.
The town of Nahor d. cognate doctrinals, 3052.
What the town of Shechem s., 4393.
What the towns of Judah s., 4592e.
What town against town s., 2547:3.
What the towns of the mountain, and the towns of the plain s., 2418e.
What to overthrow towns s., 2449.
What towns which were being sown with salt s., 2455e.
Outside the town d. removal from doctrinals, 3055.
Men (viri) of the town d. truths of doctrine, 3068, 4478.
The face of the town d. the goods of truth, 4396.
To burn a town d. to destroy and vastate those who are in false doctrinals, 4581:9.
Towns of storehouses d. doctrines from falsified truths, 6661.
Town of bloods d. doctrine of falsity, 6978:2;
the Jewish nation with respect to the truth of doctrine with themselves, 10105:4.
Town of spicemakers d. where the doctrine of interior truth is, 10199:5.
What the town of the great God s., 9166.
The city of God d. the doctrine of the truth of faith from the Word, 9340:5.
The holy city d. the Lord's kingdom, and the Church, 9229:10.

Track. See WAY.

Trading (negotiatio). See MERCHANT.

Trample, To (proculcare).
What to trample s., 258.

Tranquillity (tranquillitas). See also PEACE.
A state of tranquillity is an external state of peace, 3696.
They who are being regenerated are in that state at first, and also at last, 3696:2.
Man comes into the tranquillity of peace when he is in interior truths by faith and life, 4393.

Transgression (praevaricatio). See FALSITY, EVIL, SIN.
What transgression is; what iniquity is; and what sin is, 9156.

Trap (tendicula). See SNARE.

Tread Down, To. See To TRAMPLE.

Treasure (thesaurus). See RICHES,

Treasure, Special (peculium).
Special treasure d. those who are of the Church where the Word is, and are the Lord's own: shown, 8768.

Tree (arbor).
There is an influx of heaven into subjects of the vegetable kingdom: into trees and plants, 3648.
The regeneration of man is represented especially in trees; concerning which, 5115, 5116.
The ancients held holy worship upon mountains and in groves; but it was forbidden when that worship became idolatrous: shown, 2722.
The worship in groves was according to the kind of trees, 2722:7.
The Ancient Church held worship in gardens and groves under trees, according to their significations, 4552:3.
Trees d. perceptions, 2163;
also cognitions, 2722e, 2125.
Tree d. perceptions and cognitions; the latter when the spiritual Church is treated of, 2972;
the cognitive of truth, 7692.
The flowers of a tree r. a state near regeneration, 5116.
The fruit of a tree d. the cognitive of good, 7690.
The trees in the garden of Eden d. perceptions, 103.
What the tree of lives s., 105.
The tree of science appears to-day with a viper, 2125.
To plant d. to regenerate: illustrated by comparison with a tree, 8326.
A shrub, or bush, d. a little of the perception of truth, 2682.
To be cast under one shrub d. to be desolate as to truth, 2682.

Tremble, To. See FEAR.

Tribe (tribus). See also under APOSTLES.
The tribe of Judah was first, after that Reuben, Simeon, and Levi were cursed, 10335.
The tribes sd. various things according to the order in which they are named, and thus they sd. innumerable things, 6337.
The tribes r. various things of the Lord's kingdom according to the order in which they are named, 6640:2.
The twelve tribes are named in a varying order, and their state and signification is according to the order: shown, 3862:2, 3926, 3939:2.
By the four first sons of Leah-Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah-are rd. in order the progress of the regeneration of the celestial man, and by the seven following, to Joseph, the progress of the regeneration of the spiritual man, 3921:3.
The twelve tribes d. all things of good and truth, or of faith and love: shown, 3858, 3926, 4060:6.
The tribes, where they are named in the Word, s. of what quality they are in the state which is described, 3939:2;
and where the birth of Jacob's sons is treated of, by the sons, in order, the regeneration of man is described, thus all things of faith and love in one complex, because there that state is treated of, 3939:2.
The sons of Jacob named in another order have another signification; and there all things which are in the Lord's Divine Natural according to order, 4603-4610.
The sons of Israel, or the twelve tribes rd. all truths and goods in general; thus also specially and in particular, 6335.
By them the Church was rd., 6337.
The Sons of Israel d. the Church. 6637.
Respecting the tribes and the apostles it is said they should judge, but it d. the truths which are sd. by them, 6397.
Heaven with the societies there are is,, by the tribes, families, and houses of the sons of Israel, 7836:2, 7891, 7996, 7997.

Tribute (tributum).
One serving to tribute d. to be subject and to serve, 6394.

Trinity (trinitas). See also LORD.
The trine is one: namely, the Divine Itself, the Divine Human, and the Proceeding, 2149, 2156.

Troop (turma). See GAD
Troop, from which Gad is called, d., in the supreme sense, omnipotence and omniscience; in the internal sense, the good of faith; in the external sense, works, 3934, 3935.

Trough (aquaticulus). See LITTLE TROUGH under TROUGH (canalis).

Trough (canalis).
Trough d. the good of truth, 3095, 4017.
Little troughs d. the doctrine of charity, 6777.

True (verum). See TRUTH.

Trumpet (buccina).
Buccina was a curved trumpet or horn.
The trumpet, because it was a wind instrument and had a loud sound, c. to the affection of celestial good, 8802.
Trumpets rd. Truth Divine by means of the heavens, 8815:2.
Jobel, or the sound of a trumpet, s. celestial good, 8802.
To hear the sound of a trumpet s. the general perception of celestial good, 8802.
The voice of a trumpet d. the truth of celestial good, 8815.
The voice of a trumpet going on and sounding exceedingly strong s. the general of revelation through the angelic heaven, 8823.

Trumpet (tuba).
Tuba was a straight trumpet especially used for proclamations, Tr. By trumpets is sd. evangelization, 4060:8.

Trust (fiducia). See also HOPE.
It is the trust which is called faith that saves, 2982:2. See FAITH.
Trust is diverse, and its quality, 2982:2.
Trust is of love by means of faith, 8240.

Truth, True (veritas, verum).

What Truth is.
A man can hardly distinguish between truth and good, because he can hardly distinguish between thinking and willing, 9995:2.
Why no distinct idea is formed between good and truth, 2541:2.
Few know what good is, and what truth is, and then only the regenerated know, 3603:2.
What good, the truth of good, and truth are, 2227.
Truth (veritas) is faith, 3121.
Truth (veritas) in the internal sense, is charity, 3121.
Truth is the form of good, 3049.
Truths are the forms of good: illustrated, 4574.
How truth is in relation to good, and what the quality of truth is without good; from several comparisons, 8530.
All truth is of good, 10619.
Truth is from good, 4070.
There is no other truth than that which is from good: illustrated, 2434.
Truth is not truth unless it is from good, and falsity is received as truth, when it is from good, 4736.
Truth tends to good, and proceeds from good; the difference, 2063:2.
Truth, that it may be genuine truth, draws its own essence and life from charity, and from innocence, 6013.
Truth lives from good: illustrated by the fibre in which the spirit is, and by a vessel in which the blood is, 9154:2;
also by the same it is illustrated that good has its own form, thus its own quality, from truths, 9154:2.
The good of the spiritual Church is in itself truth; concerning which, 8042.
Spiritual good is truth in its own essence: shown, 10355:3.
Truth perceives in itself an image of good, and in good the very effigy of itself from which it is, 3180.
Truth is to good as water is to bread, or drink to food, 4976.
Good and truth are conceived together, but good gives life by means of truth, and each is called the soul, 3299.
With good and truth the case is as with seeds and the ground; seeds are from the rational, ground is in the natural, 3671.
The case with good and truth is as it is with offspring; they are conceived, are in the womb, are born, and grow up, 3299, 3308.
Truths are vessels recipient of good, 2269:3;
but they are perceptions of the variations of form according to the changes of state, 3318:2.
Truths (veritates) are vessels into which celestial and spiritual things can be adapted, 1900.
Truths are vessels recipient of good, when a man is being regenerated, 2063:3.
If truths are not received, good cannot flow in, so as to become rational, or human good, and thus spiritual life, because truths are vessels recipient of good, 3387:2.
The truth with a man is altogether according to the good with him, in a like proportion and degree, 2429:2.
Good acknowledges its own truth, 4358.
Every truth has its own good, and every good its own truth: illustrated, 9637.
Good acknowledges its own truth, and truth its own good, 3179.
Truth acknowledges its own good, and good its own truth; and they are conjoined, 3101, 3102.

The Priority of Good.
From various reasons it appears as if faith were prior to charity, or truth to good, but it is a fallacy, 3324.
Truth is apparently in the first place, thus in inverse order, when a man is being regenerated, but good is in the first place, when he is regenerated, 3324, 3325:2, 3330, 3336, 3494, 3548, 3556, 3563:3, 3570, 3576:2, 3603:2, 3701, 3843, 3995:2, 4243, 4247:2, 4337, 4925, 4926, 4928, 4930, 4977, 5351:2, 6256, 6269, 6272e, 6273, 8516:3, 10110e.
Good is the first-born, and truth is begotten afterwards: illustrated from the state of infants, 3494.
Good is relatively the lord, and truth the servant; and they are also brothers, 4267.
An endeavour is continually present in good to restore the state, so that truth may be subordinate: illustrated, 3610:3.
The quality of the state when truth is in the first place, and that when good is, 3610:3.
To set up truth as the essential of the Church draws with it many errors; concerning which, 4925:2.
With the spiritual man truth has dominion over good apparently as to time, but good afterwards obtains the dominion, 3325:3, 3330, 3336.
This takes place, because in the affection of truth there are many things from the love of self and the world; and it is not known what good is until it is in that affection, 3325:3, 3330, 3336.
What it is to look from good to truth, or from truth to good, see BACKWARDS.
All truths look to love and charity, their own beginning and end; and they are implanted therein, 4353:3.

All Truth is from the Lord
All good and truth are from the Lord, 2016;
and in so far as a man believes they are from Him, he is in His kingdom, 2904:2.
Every good and truth is from the Lord, not from self: illustrated, 4l51:3.
Concerning the good and truth which are of the Lord, and those which are not of the Lord; concerning which, 7564.
The truths which are not from the Lord, are from man's proprium, and they are truths only in the external form, but not in the internal form, 8868.
To claim good and truth to oneself, see THEFT.
Man can do nothing good, and think nothing true, from himself, 874-876.
Man ought to do good, and think truth, as from himself, that he may receive the heavenly proprium and heavenly freedom, 2882, 2883, 2891.

Kinds of Truth.
There are innumerable kinds of good and truth; concerning which, 3519:2.
Pure truth is not given with man, 7902.
Pure truths are not given with man, nor indeed with an angel, but are in the Lord alone, 3207:3.
The human rational mocks at pure or Divine truths; from examples, 2654:3.
Goods and truths are of a threefold degree in the internal man, and there are as many in the external, 4154.
There is intellectual, rational, and scientific truth; concerning which, 1904:3.
The first rational, because it does not apprehend it, makes light of intellectual truth; from examples, 1911, 1936:2.
Concerning good and truth spiritual-natural, not spiritual, 4988, 4992. See NATURE.
Spiritual and natural truth agree in the ultimates; this is not conjunction, but affinity: illustrated, 5008:2, 5028.
By this abstract truth the spiritual man has nothing by which to defend himself against natural truth, 5008:7, 5009, 5028.
What spiritual truths are; they are those things which are from charity, 5951.
How truths not spiritual, and spiritual, appear; from experience, 5951.
What celestial truth is, and what spiritual truth; the former flows in with the celestial man, the latter with the spiritual man, 2069:3.
Both the celestial and the spiritual Church have good and truth, but with a difference, 3240.
Concerning external and internal truths; they who are in external truths alone are weak, they waver and change; they who are at the same time in internal truths are firm: illustrated, 3820.
What natural good, and what natural truth is, 3167:2.
Man is not born into natural truth, still less into spiritual truth, but he has to learn everything; otherwise he would be viler than the brute, 3175.
Interior truths are not received, but exterior, and by means of the latter the former: illustrated, 3857.
Interior truths are conclusions from exterior truths, 4748:3.
Interior truths are they which are implanted in the life, and not they which are only in the memory, 10199:8.
Good Divine flows into truths of every kind, but is more present as the truths are interior, 2531:2.
There are truths and goods that look upwards in man, and those that look downwards, 7601:2, 7604, 7607.
The goods with a man are mixed with evils, and the truths with falsities, but such evils and falsities as are not contrary: illustrated by examples, 3993;
but the goods and truths are in the middle, and those evils and falsities at the circumference, 3993e.

Appearances of Truth.
Concerning appearances of truth, see APPEARANCES.
What appearances of truth are; examples, 3207:4.
The Lord adapts those things which are with man, that they may serve as heavenly vessels, and appear as truths, 1832:2.
The appearances of truth with an angel, and with a man who is in good, are received by the Lord as truths, 3207:3.
Rational things are appearances of truth, 2516:2.
First truths are appearances of truth, afterwards the appearances of truth are put off, and they become truths in essence; from examples, 3131:3.
Truths with man are appearances imbued with fallacies; and falsities; but still the Lord conjoins Himself with man, and forms a conscience, 2053.
Divine Good flows into appearances of truth, even into fallacies, 2554.
Falsities and evils cannot be applied nor conjoined, except by means of intermediates which are fallacies and appearances, such as those in the sense of the letter of the Word: illustrated, 7344.
They who are in truth, and not yet in good, are in fallacies, 6400.

Confirmation of Truth.
Many things are received from the fact that they are called Divine, but still there is need of confirmation, 3388.
Truths are not to be believed in a moment; the quality of those which are believed in a moment is described, 7298:2.
The Word ought to be searched that it may be known whether doctrinals are true, 60472.
One truth is not sufficient to confirm good, but there must be several, 4197:2.
The confirmation of truth (veritas) is by means of enlightenment, and enlightenment is diverse according to the state of the life of everyone, 7012.
Good and truth not genuine, serve for introducing genuine truths and goods, 3974.
Goods and truths are mediums which serve for introducing genuine truths and goods, and afterwards are left, 3665:2, 3690:2, 3974, 3982:2, 3986:5, 4145:2.
Truths are nothing without affections, and they are introduced by means of affections: illustrated, 3849.

Truths in Order.
Good reduces truths into order, 3316.
Truths (veritates) are arranged as affinities in heaven are, 1900,1928.
Truths in goods are arranged into order, when they are according to their order in the heavens, 4302:2.
Good ordinates truths into the form of heaven; evil ordinates falsities into the form of hell, 5704.
The truths and goods with a regenerated man are arranged into a heavenly form; in the middle are the best, and so on successively, 6028.
Truths with man are arranged in series according to the ordering of angelic societies in the heavens, 10303:3.
The goods and truths with man form as it were a civil state, and this from the form of heaven, and from the influx therefrom, 3584.
Good is the first of order, and truth is the last of order, 3726:2.

The Affection of Truth.
All truths must be under a general affection; if they are under different affections they perish, 9094:2.
The delights of affections adhere to truths, that they may live; and they are excited by angels according to the affections, 7967.
Truths ought to be insinuated into good, that it may be good, and they are insinuated by means of affections: illustrated, 4301.
There is an affection of good, and an affection of truth; what the distinction between them is, 1997.
There are two affections-the affection of good, and the affection of truth; and the ancients instituted a marriage between them; concerning which, 1904.
The affection of good and the affection of truth, in the natural man, are as brother and sister; and the affection of truth called forth from the natural man into the rational is as a married woman, 3160.
The quality of those who are in the affection of good, and of those who are in the affection of truth; the distinction, 2422, 2439e.
They are not of the Church who are in the affection of truth and not in good, and who are in the affection of good from which is not truth, 3963:2.
Heavenly freedom belongs to the affection of good and truth, and infernal freedom belongs to the affection of evil and falsity. See FREEDOM.
Concerning the affection of truth, see AFFECTION.
The first affection of truth in the natural is not from genuine truth, but the affection of genuine truth comes successively, 3040.
The first affection of truth, which is to be initiated into good, is impure, and is successively purified, 3089.
There is an affection of rational truth, and of scientific truth, 2503.
The affection of truth appears to be from truth, but it is from good, 4373.
The affection of truth is from good, and the one is conjoined with the other, 8349.
They who are in the affection of truth do not remain in doctrinals, but search the Word to see whether they are truths, 5432:5.

The Good of Truth and the Truth of Good.
What the good of truth and the truth of good are; the one is relatively the inverse of the other, 3679:7.
The good of truth is the inverse in the beginning with respect to the truth of good, but afterwards, when the man is regenerated, they are conjoined: illustrated by an example, 3688:2.
The good of truth is properly spiritual, and the truth of good is properly celestial, 5733.
The good of truth is truth from the will and act, 4337:2, 4353:2, 4390.
Truth when it passes into the will, becomes the good of truth: illustrated, 5526.
Who and of what quality they are who are in the good of truth, 3459.
The good of truth in its first existence is truth; an example, 3295.
Good acts by means of truth, 4757.
Good does not appropriate truth to itself, but the good of truth, that is use, 4984.
Concerning truth which is from good, 5804, 5806, 5816:2.
What the truths of good are, 4385.
What the truth of the good of innocence is, 7877:2.
Truth cannot be given apart from good, because truth is a variation of form, and good is the delight therefrom, 5147:2.
The reciprocation or reaction of truth into good is also from good; in what manner: illustrated, 5928.
Good is implanted by means of truth in both the Celestial and Spiritual Kingdom, but in a different manner: in the former into the voluntary part, in the latter into the intellectual part; concerning which, 10124.

The Truth of Faith.
Truths of faith are compared to garments, 1073.
There is no parallelism or correspondence, as to truths of faith, between the Lord and man, 1832.
Man is regenerated by means of the truths of faith, 2189:2.
Truths of faith cannot save, but goods of charity which are in truths can, for truths are recipients of good, 2261.
As light apart from heat produces nothing, so the truths of faith apart from the good of love produce nothing, 3146e.
Concerning some who perceive the truths of faith, and live evilly; in the other life they abuse the truths of faith to gain dominion; their quality is described, 4802.
The truth of faith derives its origin from the truth of peace, 8456.
When the truth of faith is reproduced, its affection is also reproduced, and contrariwise, 5893:2.
Affection always adjoins itself to the things which are borne into the memory, and they are reproduced together; and the affection of good is adjoined to the truths from the Lord with man; and the truths are reproduced by means of the affection of good, and so falsities and evils are removed, 3336:2.
Truths are reproduced when the affection of good is excited, with which truths have entered, and conversely, 4205:2.

Truths and Knowledge.
Doctrinal things are founded upon scientific truths, and these upon sensual truths; and otherwise an idea respecting doctrinal things could not be had, 3310:4.
Scientifics are the truths of the natural man, 3293.
Truths are not cognitions, but in cognitions, 3391.
Scientifics are not truths, but vessels of truth, 1469.
A scientific is a vessel of truth, and truth a vessel of good, 3068.
Truths seek their own life in scientifics, and good in truths, 6077.
Truths are at first scientifics, then truths of the Church, at length spiritual truths, 5951.
Truths are to be insinuated into scientifics: illustrated, 6004, 6023, 6071, 6077:2.
Unless truths are insinuated into scientifics, conunction of the internal man with the external cannot take place, 6052:2.
What is meant by saying that truth is separated from scientifics, elevated therefrom, and conjoined to good, is explained, 3203.
Who can come into true cognitions and affections, and who cannot, 2689:3.
At the present time there are no cognitions respecting regeneration nor respecting good and truth; wherefore neither can they be easily comprehended, 4136:2.
The cognitions of good are truths, but do not become truths until they are acknowledged by the understanding and act, 5276.
To know good and truth is not to have them, but to be affected by them, not from the love of self and the world, is, 3402:3.

Truth in Relation to the Rational and the Natural.
The good of the rational flows immediately into the good of the natural, but mediately into the truth of the natural; and it is sd. by Isaac loved Esau, and Rebekah loved Jacob, 3314, 3573, 4563:4.
Good produces truth in the natural, almost as life produces fibres in the body, 3579.
Good flows into the rational through an internal way, but truth through an external way, 3030.
Good flows into the natural through an internal way, and truth through an external, but they are conjoined in the rational, 3098.
Truth is initiated into and conjoined to good in the rational according to the degree of instruction, 3141.
The rational as to truth is prepared by means of cognitions, and truths are appropriated, when they are conjoined to good, and then they are of the will for the sake of life, 3161:2.
Truth when it is conjoined to good in the rational is appropriated to man, and it vanishes from the external memory, 3108:2.
By means of influx truths are continually called forth from the natural man, elevated, and implanted in rational good, 3085:2, 3086.
Truth is first formed in the natural man by means of influx of good through the rational man, 3128:2.
If there is a correspondence truths are formed, if there is not a correspondence falsities are formed instead of truths, 3128, 3138.
Truth is elevated into the rational, when a man begins to be averse to reasonings against truth and to ridicule doubts, 3175:3.
Truth can be elevated from the natural into the rational with difficulty, on account of the lusts of evil and the persuasions of falsity, and the fallacies therefrom, thus on account of the reasonings and doubts whether a thing is so, 3175:3.
How it is with truth when it is elevated from the natural into the rational is illustrated by an example, 3182, 3190.
When truth is elevated from the natural into the rational it passes from those things which belong to the light of the world into those things which belong to the light of heaven, thus from what is obscure into what is clear; so man passes into wisdom, 3190.
Divine Truth natural, and Divine Good natural, like two wings, elevate the truth which is to be initiated into good in the rational, 3192.
How the truth and good of the natural are formed from the good and truth of the rational immediately, and mediately by means of influx, 3314, 3573, 3616, 3969:2;
and there are innumerable media treated of in the internal sense of the Word, 3573:2.
The goods and truths in the natural exist inmostly from rational good, 3576.
Rational good flows immediately into natural good, not so into natural truth, 3160:2.
The truths of the natural man are sensual, scientific, and doctrinal things, and these succeed, 3309, 3310:4.
Truths are introduced into the natural by means of suitable pleasantnesses, 3502:2, 3512.

Truth in Relation to Charity and Doing Good and Truth.
There must be innocence and charity that truth may be received, 3111.
Several passages about faith and charity, or about truth and good, referred to, 3324:3.
Truths are applied by means of good under good, 5709.
To do good and truth for the sake of good and truth is to love the Lord above all things and the neighbour as oneself, 10336:4.
What doing truth for the sake of truth is: illustrated and shown, 10683:2.
They who are in the internal of the Word, of the Church, and of worship, love to do truth and to think truth, also they who are in the external in which is an internal; but with what difference; and they who are in the external without an internal, do truth for the sake of self and gain, 10683:2.
When truths are said to have gained life, 1928.
Truth does not become truth of the intelligence until it is led by good, and passes from the will into act: illustrated, 4884:2.
Good is what enlightens, but by means of truth, 3094.
Enlightenment by means of truth penetrates deeply, 3094:2.
Truth is called good, when it passes into the will and act, and becomes of the life, 5595.
Truths make the quality of good, because truths become goods when they become of the life, 6917.
Truth becomes good, when a man wills it and does it, 7835.
Man is led by means of truths to good; and truth becomes good when it becomes of the will, or of the love, by means of the life, 10367:4.
Of what quality truths must be that they may become good, is described, 8725.
Spiritual good is formed by means of truths; and truths are as fibres, which form good, but which are led and applied into the form by interior good, 3470:3, 3579.
Truths lead to good: illustrated, 6044.
Truths are not conjoined to man, except so far as he is in good, that is, so far as they become of life; and to know them, and acknowledge them is not to have them conjoined to him: illustrated, 3834, 3843.
Good and truth are removed from a man towards the interior to the extent that he is in evil and falsity, 3402:2.
Goods and truths are taken away from the evil, and given to the good: shown, 7770:2.

The Affinity and Conjunction of Truth and Good.
All truths have an affinity among themselves, 2863.
Truths mutually acknowledge each other; and this is from angelic societies, in which they cognize each other, 9079:2.
The case of truths and goods with man is as generations, families, and so forth, 9079.
The quality of the idea of truth with good, and the quality of its light in the other life, 2429.
Good is connate in man, not truth, by reason of hereditary evil, but still truth adheres to good with some power, 3304:2.
Truths appear undelightful, when communication with good is intercepted, 8352.
Truth is initiated into, and conjoined to good, not at once, but through the whole life, and further, 3200.
The conjunction of good with truth, 4353.
Concerning the conjunction of good and truth, or of charity and faith, 7623-7627. See CHARITY.
Truth is conjoined to good and good to truth; the process, 5365:2.
There is a marriage of good and truth in each thing, 2173.
There is a marriage between good and truth, 2508.
Concerning the marriage of good and truth, from which there is conjugial love, see MARRIAGE.
There is a reciprocation of truth, when it is to be conjoined to good, 3090.
Between truth and good there is a close conjunction, 5807;
illustrated, 5835.
Truth desires good, that is, to do good, and to be conjoined to good, 9206;
shown, 9207.
Good and truth are in a perpetual endeavour to conjoin themselves, 9495.
The conjunction of truth and good: illustrated by agency and re-agency, 10729.
Good is that which acts, and truth is that which re-acts, but from good, 4380.
Falsity can never be conjoined to good, nor truth to evil; an experience, 3033.
Exploration and precaution are most exquisitely used, lest truth should be conjoined to evil, and falsity to good, 3110, 3116.
The case with good and truth is as it is with offspring; they are conceived, are in the womb, and born-which are the states of birth-and then they grow up, increase in age, even to the last, with the good to eternity-which are the states of progress, or of the conjunction of good and truth, 3308.
Good makes to itself the truth to which it is conjoined, because it acknowledges nothing as true but what agrees, 3161:3.
That truth may be conjoined to good there must be consent from the understanding and will; when it is from the will there is conjunction, 3157, 3158:2.
Truth cannot be conjoined to good, except in a free state, 3158.
What is meant by saying that truth has life from self, 3610.
When truth is deprived of life from self, it is conjoined to good, and receives by that means life itself, 3607:2.
Truths are conjoined to good when they are learned for the sake of the use of life, 3824.
How good is conjoined to truth: illustrated by the influx of good into the cognitions of truth with man, 4096:5, 4097.
When truths are conjoined to good, progress is made from the more general to the particular and single things, 4345:5.
Before truth is accepted and conjoined to good, confirming means as it were precede, and effect that they may be believed: illustrated, 4364.
Truths cannot be accepted and conjoined to good, except with those who are in the good of charity and love: illustrated, 4368:2.
Truth is conjoined to good, when a man is in charity, 5340e, 5342:3.
Good and truth conjoined make the image of man: illustrated, 8370.
Truths without good are not truths, because they have no life, 9603.
Good and truth must be conjoined that they may be anything: illustrated, 10555.
Concerning the Word proceeding immediately from the Lord, and concerning its conjunction with the Word proceeding mediately from Him; there is conjunction with those who are in good: illustrated, 7055:2, 7056, 7058:2.

Truth and Temptation.
Power is attributed to truth, 4015.
Power belongs to truth from good, see POWER and HAND.
Evils and falsities have no power at all:, shown, 10481:2.
Truth prevails immensely over falsity: illustrated, 6784.
Truths exterminate falsities, and contrariwise falsities exterminate truths, 5207;
and truths and falsities cannot subsist together, 5217.
Truth is the first of the combat of temptations, 1685.
It is permitted the evil to assault truth, but not good, 6677.

Truth and Regeneration.
Purifications take place by means of truths, 5954e.
Purification is made by means of truth, 7918.
Purification is made by means of the truths of faith, 5954:10, 7918, 9088:2.
Regeneration is effected from truth to good, and this is ascent; afterwards from good to truth, and this is descent, 3882:2.
The process of man's regeneration by means of intellectual truths, 1555:3.
Truth in a man who is about to be regenerated is similar to that with an infant: namely, he first learns that which belongs to science, then it becomes of the life, 3203.
The first state of those who are being regenerated is that they suppose good and truth to be from themselves, but they are left in that opinion for reasons; concerning which; when they are truly regenerated they believe that good and truth are from the Lord; the angels perceive it, 2946, 2960, 2974.
The spiritual man, when he is being regenerated, proceeds from doctrinals to the good of doctrinals, from this to the good of truth, and from this to the good of life; and when he is regenerated, it is vice versa, 3332:2;
concerning which goods, 3332:3. See GOOD.
In what manner good is adjoined to truths in the natural, when a man is being regenerated, 3336.
When a man is being regenerated, he is led by the Lord, first as an infant, then as a boy, afterwards as a youth, and at length as an adult; and when as an infant-boy he has cognitions of external or corporeal truth, which are such as those of the historicals and rituals in the Word, 3665:2, 3690:2, 3982:2, 3986:5.
Such cognitions successively admit spiritual and celestial things, because the Divine is inmostly in them, 3665:2.
When a man is being regenerated there is an influx of the Lord into the goods of the internal man, and by means of the truth there into the natural, 4015.
The man who is being regenerated has many falsities mixed with truths, which are arranged into order when he is regenerated, and he acts from good; the truths are then in the inmost, and the falsities are rejected to the ultimate circumferences; it is contrariwise with the evil, 4551, 4552:2.
He who is being regenerated, for the most part, does not fight from genuine truth, but from the truth of his own Church, and then it can be conjoined with good, and is a middle innocence, 6765.
He who is in truths is safe, 6769.
They who are in truth, and not at the same time in good, cannot be regenerated, 10367.

Divine Truth and Truth Divine.
The Lord is Good Itself and Truth Itself, 2011.
The Lord is Good and Truth Itself: shown, 10336:2.
The Lord is Divine Good, and from that Divine Truth, as the sun from which light is, 3704, 3712e, 4577.
Divine Truth proceeds from the Lord, and only Divine Good is in the Lord, 4180:6.
Divine Truth is order, Divine Good is the essential of order, 1728.
Truth Divine is discernible, not Divine Good, 4180:2.
Divine Good elevates all to heaven, and Divine Truth condemns all to hell, 2258:2.
Divine Good in the heavens is called Divine Truth; whence: illustrated, 10196:2.
Divine Truth before the Lord's advent was by means of the influx of the Divine into heaven; after the Lord's advent It was from His Divine Human, 4180:5.
Divine Truth proceeding from the Lord is the veriest reality in the universe, 6880e, 7004:2.
Truth Divine is that to which omnipotence belongs, and so is power itself, also the veriest essential, 8200.
Rational truth can never perceive Truth Divine; from examples, 2196:2, 2203, 2209.
There are six degrees of Truth Divine; concerning which, 8443.
Truth Divine becomes truth fighting by means of influx into those who are in ardent zeal, 8595.
All good belonging to man is from the Lord, by means of the truth, thus by means of the Word: illustrated, 10661.
All things are effected by the Divine through Truth proceeding from Him, 7796.
The evil can receive Divine Truth in the external man: illustrated from the light of the sun flowing into objects, 4180:2.
The Lord as to Divine Truth cannot be tempted, but as to Truth Divine, and the Son of Man is Truth Divine, 2813, 2814.
It is Truth Divine that was scourged and crucified by the Jews, 2813.
Between the Lord's Rational Good and Truth from the Natural there is not a marriage, but a covenant like the conjugial covenant, 3211.

The Reception of Truth.
Truths shine in the other life; concerning which, 5219.
Truth cannot be received fully when there is incredulity reigning, because this limits and confines it, 3399.
Good cannot flow into truth so long as a man is in evil, 2388:2.
The same truths with one are more true, with another less true, and even false, 2439:2.
Truths are received by everyone according to apprehension, 3385e.

Truths Falsified and Perverted.
Concerning the falsification of truth, 10648:2. See FALSITY.
Examples of falsification; thence how it is, 7318.
Falsified truth stinks grievously, 7319.
The reason why the evil are permitted in the other life to falsify truths, 7332.
Truths are falsified with those who are in evil, because they are drawn down to evils; and falsities are verified with those who are in good, because they are drawn down to goods, 8149.
Good is turned into evil, and truth into falsity, when they descend from heaven with the evil, and conversely, 3607.
Falsity from evil appears as something hard in the other life, but truth from good as soft, 6359.
They who are in truth are rigid; they who are in good are soft, 7068.
What it is to be judged from truth, and what from good, 2035:2.
Truth without good appears pointed, 2799:21.
Rational truth apart from good is described; how morose it is, 1949-1951, 1964.
But what its quality is, when from good, 1950:2.

The Extension and Multiplication of Truth.
Every truth has a sphere of extension according to the quantity and quality of good, 8063.
In proportion as heavenly things dominate, truths are multiplied, but in proportion as worldly things dominate, truths are diminished, 4099:2.
Truth is multiplied only from good, 5345;
concerning which multiplication, 5355.
Good multiplies truths around wherever truth is, and makes it as a little star; and by means of derivations successively, 5912.

Good Varied.
Good becomes varied from truths, thus they are nowhere altogether alike, 4149:2.
Good is varied in all things, in general and particular, by means of truths; and from truth it receives its quality: illustrated, 3804.
The varieties of good, which are perpetual, are from the truths conjoined to it, 7236:2.

The Universal Relation of Truth and Good.
All things relate to good and truth, 4390:2, 7752;
or to evil and falsity, thus to the will and understanding; and they must be one: illustrated, 10122:2.
All things in the universe, in general and particular, relate to good and truth, and thence to the will and understanding with man, 5232.
All things which are according to order relate to good and truth; those which are contrary to order, to evil and falsity, 7256.
There is nothing in the universe that does not relate to good and truth, 3166:2.
Man is nothing but his own truth and good, 10298:2. See MAN (homo).

Concerning the correspondence of the sight of the eye with the understanding, and with truths, 4403-4421.
Continuation concerning the correspondence of the sight of the eye and of light with the truths of faith, 4523-4534;
in particular, 4526.
There is a correspondence of the sight of the eye with truths, because these are of the understanding, and because there is nothing that does not relate to truth and good, 4409.
The sight of the left eye corresponds to the truths of faith, and the sight of the right eye to the goods of faith, 4410.
Truth can never be conjoined to evil, but to good: shown, by means of lights, 4416.

"Lives" are spoken of, in the plural, because there are two faculties of life, the will which pertains to good, and the understanding which pertains to truth; and they make one life, when the understanding is of the will, or truth is of good, 3623.
Power is predicted respecting truth, thus respecting the hand, arms, and shoulder, 3091.
Men of truth (viri veritatis) d. pure truths, 8711.
Mercy and truth (veritas) d. love and faith: shown, 10577:3.
To do mercy and truth (veritas) d. good and truth, and was a formula with the ancients: shown, 6180.
Mercy is from the Lord; it is an influx of love; truth (veritas) is an influx of charity with respect to the celestial, but an influx of charity and faith with respect to the spiritual: shown, 3122.
What stripped of garments s., 1073.
What not to speak to anyone from good to evil s., 4126.

Try, To. See To TEMPT.

Tubal (Thubal).
What Tubal s., 1151.

Tun (tonna).
Concerning the infernal tun, where the most deceitful are, and who trample as it were the universe under their feet, 947.
Concerning another tun where those are who are bereft of rationality, but are not malignant, 948.


Turban (tiara). See MITRE.

Turn, To (vertere).
All turn themselves according to their own loves, 10189:2, 10420:3. See LOVE.
They who are in evils turn themselves backward from the Lord, and avert themselves: illustrated and shown, 10420.

Turn Aside, To. See TO DECLINE.

Turn Back, To (reverti).
To turn back d. to reflect, 4894. See To RETURN.

Turn Back Again, To. See BACKWARDS,

Turpentine. See TEREBINTH.

Turtle-Dove (turtur). See DOVE.

Twelve (duodeoim).
Twelve s. faith in one complex, 577;
all things of faith, 2089;
all things of faith and charity, 3913;
all things: shown, 3272, 3858.
See also APOSTLES.
What twelve apostles, twelve thrones, and twelve tribes which are to be judged s., 2129:2;
they do all things of faith, 2129:2, 2130:2.
Six hundred thousand, also one hundred and forty-four thousand, twelve thousand, one hundred and forty-four, and seventy-two s. the same as twelve-namely, all goods and truths in the complex, 7973:2.

Twenty (viginti).
Twenty signifies several things; concerning which, 10222.
Twenty s. tenths twice-namely, the good of remains and the good of ignorance, 2280;
when predicated respecting the Lord, that which is His own, 4176;
what is holy, as also what is not holy, 4759;
what is full, also in every way, and altogether, 9641;
what is full, 9644;
when applied to the years of age, a state of intelligence: illustrated and shown, 10225.
Twenty-first d. what is holy, 7903.
Twenty-first day d. a holy state, 7842.
Twenty-eight d. the ,holy element of conjunction, 9600.
From the fifth to the twentieth year, when it relates to age, d. a state of instruction and science, 10225.

Twins (gemini).
What twins s., 3299.

Two (duo).
Things are called two when one relates to the will, the other to the understanding, or to the things which belong to them, 3519.
Two s. another successively, 1335;
to the full, 9103;
all things in general and particular: illustrated, 9166.
Two and six s. combat and labour, 900.
Two and twofold d. conjunction: illustrated, 8423.
Two and a half d. much and what is full, 9487-9489.
Two years d. a state of conjunction, and two d. conjunction: illustrated, 5194.
Four, because it is from twos, as pairs, s. union, 1686.
By pairs (bina) are sd. holy things, as also things not holy, 720.

Tyre (Tyrus).
Zidon s. exterior cognitions; Tyre, interior cognitions, 1201.
Tyre and Zidon s. those of the Church who are in the cognitions of truth and good, thus, in the abstract sense, the cognitions themselves of truth and good, 1201:2.