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Cain (Cain).
What Cain s., 340, 1179.

Cake (placenta).
Cake d. the good of spiritual love: shown, 7978.
What flour, fine flour, and cake, in the sacrifices, s., 2177.
Celestial things in their own order are rd. by bread, cakes, and wafers, of the unleavened, 9993.
Bread, of which was the meat-offering, upon the altar, together with the burnt-offerings and sacrifices, d. the purification of the celestial man in his inmost-cake, in his internal, and wafers, in his external, 9993, 9994.

Calah (Kalach).
What Calah s., 1189.

Calf (citulus).
What the heifer, she-goat, and ram, in the sacrifices, s., 1824.
What the heifer of three years old s., 1825.
See also OX.
In Egypt heifers and bull-calves of gold were the chief idols, on account of the signification, since it is the scientific in the natural; and several things concerning the bull-calf of Egypt, 9391:7.
Bull-calf d. good in the natural; in the opposite sense, when it was made an idol, the natural and sensual delight: shown, 10407.
Bullocks or bull-calves d. the good of innocence and harity in the external man: shown, 9391.
The sacrifice of a bullock d. the purification from evils and falsities which are in the natural man.
Bullock d. the external good of innocence, the ram the internal, and the lamb, the inmost: briefly shown, 10132:12.
Bullock, in the sacrifices, sd. the Divine Natural in the Lord, and therefrom the spiritual-natural with man, 2830:2.

Call, To (vocare).
To call d. to be such: shown, 3421.
See also NAME.
To call d. presence, 7451, 7721;
and afflux, 7955;
also to choose, 8773.
To call to anyone d. perception of the quality, 3659;
influx, 6840.
To call to oneself d. to will to be conjoined, 6047.
To call to oneself, or convoke, d. to arrange in order, 6335.
To call anyone to oneself d. presence, 6177, 7390;
conjunction, and, when spoken of the Divine, union, 8761.

Call upon the Name of God, To (invocare nomen Dei).
To call upon the name of God d. worship, 2724.

Callosity. See HARDNESS,

Calneh (Kalneh).
What Calneh s., 1183.

Came to Pass (fuit). See To MAKE.
It came to pass, or was done, involves a new state, 4979, 4987;
and in the original language, it is in the place of a distinction, 4987.

Camel (camelus).
Camels d. general scientifics in the natural man: shown, 3048, 3071;
because they d. general scientifics they also d. those things in the natural man that serve the spiritual, 3143, 3145.
Camel's straw d. sensual scientifics, 3114, 4156.

Camp, To Encamp (castra, castrametari).
Camp d. special things, 4364;
goods and truths, and, in the opposite sense, evils and falsities, 8193, 8196;
the natural, 8153;
also hell: shown, 10458.
The camp of God d. heaven or the heavenly order, and an encampment d. an arrangement according to that order: shown, 4236.
The camp of the sons of Israel in the desert d. heaven and the Church; outside the camp d. where these are not, and hell: shown, 10038.
To encamp d. application, 4396.
Encampment d. the orderly arrangement of truth and good which pertain to life, 8103e;
the orderly arrangement of truth and good to undergo temptations, 8130, 8131, 8155.

Canaan, Canaanite (Canaan, Canatanita). See also LAND.
The antediluvians were in the land of Canaan, 567.
The Most Ancient Church was in the laud of Canaan, and afterwards part of the Ancient Church, and therefrom were the representative characters of the places, and, therefore, Abraham was commanded to go thither, and the land of Canaan was given to his descendants, that the representation of a Church might be instituted with them, 3686:2, 4447:2.
The Most Ancient Church was in the land of Canaan, and its remains were with the Hittites and Hivites, 4447:2, 4454.
The ancient Hebrew Church was for a long time in the land of Canaan, 4516, 4517.
The Church was in the land of Canaan from the most ancient time, on account of the representative characters of places, and, therefore, for the sake of the Word, 5136.
The Church was in the land of Canaan from the most ancient times, and continued there, because all things there were representative, and so the Word could be written, in all particulars of which there are representatives and significatives, 6516:2.
The things in the land of Canaan were representative according to distance, situation, and boundaries, 1585:2.
The great rivers were the first and last boundaries of the land of Canaan, 4116.
The boundaries of the land of Canaan as the river of Egypt, and the river Euphrates, s. the extensions of spiritual and celestial things, 1866.
The lowest things of the land of Canaan are representative of the lowest things in the Lord's kingdom, 4240.
By the land of Canaan is sd. the Lord's kingdom, 1413, 1437, 1607;
the heavenly kingdom, 1607;
the Lord's kingdom, and, in the supreme sense, the Divine Human of the Lord, because this flows into heaven, and makes heaven, 3038.
I spoke with the Jews about the land of Canaan, that it signifies the Lord's kingdom, 3481.
The land of Canaan d. the Lord, His kingdom, the Church, and the good of love, 3705;
the Lord's kingdom, and the Church, 4447;
a religious persuasion, 5757;
several things, 5757;
the Church, in the idea of angels, 10568.
Land d. the Church; whence; and so the land of Canaan was the Church from the most ancient times: references, 9325.
The sons of Israel in the land of Canaan rd. celestial things, and the nations there, infernal things; and on that account it was forbidden to enter into a covenant with them, and they were given to the curse, 6306.
What is sd. by the nations in the land of Canaan, 8054.
They rd. the state of heaven, before the Lord's advent, and after, 8054.
What is sd. by the nations who were expelled from the land of Canaan, 1868.
To speak the lip of Canaan d. to apply oneself to the Divine, 4197:2.
The inhabitants of Canaan d. those who have adulterated goods and falsified truths, 8317.
The nations there sd. the evils of falsity, and the falsities of evil: references, 9327.
The nations of the land of Canaan rd. evils and falsities, which cannot be together with goods and truths, which were rd. by the sons of Israel, 9320.
To be introduced into the land of Canaan d. to become the Church, 10559:3;
for the reason that the Church was there from the most ancient times, 10559e.
A dweller in the land d. a religious per suasion in which is evil, 10640.
Canaan, the son of Ham, d. external worship separated from internal, 1093, 1140, 1141, 1167.
The Jews are Canaanites, 1167, 1200.
Cannanite d. evil from the falsity of evil, 6858;
evil; Perizzite d. falsity, 1573, 1574.
Cannanite d. the Church as to good, and Perizzite d. the Church as to truth, so long as the Ancient Church was in the land of Canaan, 4517.
The daughter of a man, a Canaanite, d. evil from the falsity of evil, 4818.
What the Cannanite in the land s., 1444.
See also under ABRAM, AMORITE.

Canaanite (Canaanita). See CANAAN.

Candle. See LIGHT (lucerno).

Candlestick. See LAMPSTAND,

Captive, Captivity (captivus, captivitas).
What spiritual captivity is, 7990. See VASTATION.
A captive in the house of a pit d. those who are in the hindmost place, who are in the corporeal sensual, 7950.
To be led away captive d. removal from the middle: illustrated, 9164.

Carbuncle. See RUBY.

Care (cura).
What care and solicitude for the morrow s., and who are in it, and who not in it: illustrated, 8478:2, 8478e, 8480:3.

Carriage. See CHARIOT.

Carry, To. See To BEAR.

Cartilage (cartilago).
Lunar spirits relate to the ensiform cartilage, 5564, 9236.

Cassia (cassia).
Cassia d. inmost truth which is immediately from good: shown, 10258.

Castle (castellum).
Villages d. the external Church, and castles, the internal, especially with the nations, 3270, 3271.

Cataracts (cataractae).
What is sd. by cataracts, 757.

Catholic Religion (Catholica Religio). See POPE.

Cattle (pecus). See FLOCKS,

Caul (reticulum).
The caul upon the liver d. the inner good of the external or natural man, 10031.

Cause (causa).
The end is the all in the cause and effect, 3562. See END.
Of what nature correspondence is, illustrated by end, cause, and effect; of what natures they must be relatively, 5131:2.
The effect is not the cause, but it is formed and clothed that it may act as a cause in the lower sphere, and the cause must be continually in the effect, otherwise it is dissipated, 5711.
The case is similar with the cause in respect to the end, 5711.
The internal clothes itself with such things in the external by means of which it can act as an effect there, 6275, 6284;
illustrated, 6299:2.
The whole man is a semblance of his own will, and of the understanding therefrom: illustrated from end, cause, and effect, 10076:4.

Cave (spelunca).
The cave of a mountain d. an obscure good, or delight, of falsity, 2463.
Cave d. what is obscure; the cave of a mountain d. an obscure state of good; the cave of the field of Machpelah d. an obscure state of faith, 2935.

Cedar (cedrus).
Cedar d. an internal means of purification; hyssop d. the external: shown, 7918:2.

Celestial, Heavenly (coelestis et coeleste). See also LOVE and CHARITY.
Celestial defined, What the celestial is, 9550.
The celestial is love to the Lord, and love towards the neighbour, 1824.
The celestial and the good of the Celestial Kingdom are the same, 9915.
What interior and exterior celestial things are, also what celestial-spiritual things are, 1824.
What the celestial are, 9818.
Celestial and Spiritual distinguished, What is meant by celestial, and what by spiritual, 1155, 1577:2, 2048.
The spiritual is from the celestial, 1577.
There is a parallelism and correspondence between the Lord and man, as to celestial things, 1831;
but not as to spiritual things, 1832.
The celestial is of love or good; the spiritual is of faith or truth, 2507.
The celestial is the good which flows in from the Lord; the spiritual is the truth therefrom, 3166:2.
The celestial is that which is of good, and the spiritual that which is of truth, and these terms ought to be used, 4585, 9550e.
The celestial is received in the voluntary part, and the spiritual in the intellectual, 9995:3.
The spiritual is the light of truth from the Lord, flowing into the rational and natural, and the celestial is the flame of good from the Lord, 3374.
Both spiritual and celestial are predicated of the natural and the rational, 4980.
What the distinction between celestial and spiritual beings is, 2088, 9277, 9818;
and with the latter the difference is relatively obscure, 2708, 2715.
Who are the celestial and who the spiritual, 3235;
who they are, and what they are, 2669.
The celestial, from the good itself and the truth in which they are, can see indefinite things; but the spiritual, because they dispute whether a thing is so, cannot come to the first boundary of their light: illustrated by examples, 2718:2.
The celestial say that the matter is so, but the spiritual reason whether it is, 3246:2.
The celestial say that it is so, and do not discuss about truth, as the spiritual do, 4448, 9166;
so it was with the Most Ancient Church, 4448.
Truth to that Church was the good of charity, 4448.
How it is with the celestial and the spiritual angels, 8827, 9277.
The celestial are from the marriage of good and truth, but the spiritual are from a covenant not so conjugial, 3246:2.
and the latter are the sons of concubines, 3246.
They who have conscience do not swear, less still they who have perception, wherefore it is forbidden by the Lord to swear, 2842:9.

Celestial Angels.
Celestial angels do not so much as wish to name faith; concerning whom, 202, 337.
The discourse of celestial angels is heard by the spiritual as the beating of a heart, 3886.
Spiritual angels are held in order by the Lord mediately through celestial angels, and also immediately, 6366.
There is also order from the Lord, in the hells, and this too by means of celestial angels, 6370.
The distinction between the celestial angels and the spiritual angels, 7068, 8521:2, 9277.
Celestial angels do not reason about the truths of faith, because they perceive them in themselves, but spiritual angels reason about them, whether they are so or not, 7680, 7877, 9166:2.

Celestial Church.
How degenerate the Celestial Church was in the last posterity, 310.
The man of the Most Ancient Church had no externals of worship, nor could he receive them unless internal things were closed to him, 4493.
The Celestial Church and the Spiritual Church had good and truth, but with a difference; respecting which, 3240.
The man of the Most Ancient Church was of another and different genius from the man of the Ancient Church, 4493:3.
On the regeneration of the men of the Celestial Church as to voluntary things, and of the men of the Spiritual Church as to intellectual things, 5113.
The Most Ancient Church, the Ancient, and the Christian, coincide as to internals, because they are one, 4489;
but the Lord flowed in by an internal or prior way with the men of the Most Ancient Church, and by an external or posterior way with the men of the Ancient, and the Christian Church: illustrated, 4489:3, 4493:2.

Celestial Degree.
What the celestial, spiritual, and natural, with man, are, 9568:2.
The celestial, spiritual, and natural follow one another, 7752, 880:2, 1096.
The celestial, spiritual, and natural therefrom, follow in order: illustrated, 9992;
illustrated from the heavens, and from man, 10005, 10017:2.
Celestial things are the head, spiritual things the body, and natural things the feet; and they thus follow and flow in, 4938, 4939.

Celestial Good.
What celestial good is, 9544.
Celestial good is formed by means of truths in order from extremes; concerning which process, 10252, 10266.
What celestial good and spiritual good are, 2227.

Celestial Heaven.
They are called celestial things which are in the inmost heaven, 8945.

Celestial Kingdom.
There are two kingdoms in heaven, the Celestial and the Spiritual; and the celestial are in love, thus in a state of peace and innocence above others, 3887.
The celestial pertain to the province of the heart, the spiritual to the province of the lungs, 3887.
The distinction between the Celestial Kingdom and the Spiritual Kingdom is that the external of the Celestial Kingdom is mutual love, and the internal of the Spiritual is charity towards the neighbour, and they are conjoined by a medium, 6435.
Mutual love is spoken of the external of the Celestial Kingdom, and charity towards the neighbour, of the internal of the Spiritual Kingdom; 6435:3.
Between the two kingdoms there is a communication and conjunction by means of angelic societies which are called celestial-spiritual, 6435:2, 8796, 8802:2.
The Celestial Kingdom and the Spiritual Kingdom are conjoined by means of charity towards the neighbour; because this is the external of the Celestial Kingdom and the internal of the Spiritual Kingdom, 5922.
Those who are in the Lord's Celestial Kingdom have perception; but those who are in the Spiritual Kingdom have, not perception, but in its place conscience, 8081.
The latter have conscience, and it is formed in their intellectual part; it is otherwise with the former, 8521:2.
Those who are in the Lord's Celestial Kingdom do not think from faith, like those in the Spiritual Kingdom.
because they are in the perception of all things that belong to faith, from the Lord, 75772, 8521.
The angels of the Celestial Kingdom receive the Divine of the Lord in the voluntary part, thus more interiorly than spiritual angels, who receive it in the intellectual part, 8521:3.
The good of the Celestial Kingdom is the good of love to the Lord, and the good of the Spiritual Kingdom is the good of charity towards the neighbour, 9468, 9680, 9683, 9780.
Before the coming of the Lord, there was a Divine transflux by means of the Celestial Kingdom, and then it had power, 6371:2, 6372.
The Divine Human was then presented in that manner, 6371:2;
but because it was weak and inordinate therefrom, therefore the Lord came into the world: illustrated, 6373.
The Divine Truth received by the angels in the Celestial Kingdom is called Celestial, 9995.
Evil spirits, when they come towards an angel of the Celestial Kingdom, flee away, because they cannot endure his sphere, 6365, 6369, 6370.

Celestial Man.
The celestial man is a "likeness", 51;
and he does good from love, 52.
What is the quality of a dead man, a spiritual man, and a celestial man, 81.
The Lord came into the world to save spiritual men, He had no need to come for the sake of the celestial, 2661.
Celestial men say, "Nay" and "Yea", 2715:6.
The truth which belongs to the celestial man is the good of charity, and this is called the truth of good, 6295:2.
Celestial men have innate powers from good, because they are in the voluntary part, 6367.
The celestial man is "the seventh day", 84-87.

Celestial Truth.
What celestial truth is, 9544;
and what spiritual truth; that the former flowed from the Lord into the man of the Most Ancient Church, and the latter into those of the Ancient Church, 2069:3.

What the celestial-spiritual is, 1577, 1824, 2184:4.
The spiritual of the celestial is the intermediate between the external or natural man and the internal or rational, 4585:6, 4592, 4594.
What the celestial of the spiritual in the Lord was, which was represented by Joseph; it was that good of truth in which was the Divine, 5307, 5331;
and it cannot be comprehended, 5332.
The celestial-spiritual angels, and the spiritual-celestial are represented by Joseph and Benjamin, 9671:2.
The Lord alone was born a spiritual-celestial man, 4592:3, 4594.
They who are in love and charity cannot speak from doctrinals, and they who are not are not confirmed By doctrinals, because they are in a negative state, 2454.
Celestial things in their order are rep resented by bread, cakes, and wafers, of the unleavened, 9993.
To look back d. to look from good, in which are the celestial, to doctrinals of faith, and so to leave good: shown, 5895, 5897:9.

Centre (centrum). See MIDDLE.
The Lord is the common centre, and everyone is a centre of influxes in the heavenly form, 3633.
The Lord from the centre, where He sets purification in action, reduces the disordered and tumultuous in the circumferences to order, 5396.
Those things which are directly under the inner view are in the middle, as those under the external sight, and they are clear and delightful, 6068.

Cerberus (Cerberus). See DOG.

Cerebellum. Cerebrum. See BRAIN.

Cervical, Nape (cervieale, cervix). See NECK.

Chaff (palea). See STRAW.

Chain. See NECKLACE.

Chains (catenoe).
Chains d. coherence: shown, 9852, 9879.

Chaldea (Chaldaea). See BABEL.
What Ur of the Chaldeans s.: shown, 1368, 1816.
Chaldea d. worship in which is falsity, 1368.
Babel d. the profanation of good, Chaldea the profanation of truth, 1368.

Chamber (camera).
Concerning an obscure chamber, and the deceitful therein, that they may plot in darkness, 949.

Chamber (condave). See HOUSE.

Chamberlain, Pharaoh's (cubicularius Pharaonis).
Pharaoh's chamberlain d. the interiors of scientifics, 4789, 4965.

Chance (casus). See FORTUNE and ACCIDENT.

Changes (vices).
There are changes with one about to be regenerated and one who has been regenerated, 933, 935.
The changes with one about to be regenerated are as cold and heat, 933;
those with one who has been regenerated are as summer and winter, 935.
Changes as to the state of intellectual things are as day and night, 935, 936.

Chanting of the Land (decantatio terrae).
Chanting of the land d. the more excellent things of the Church, 5618.

Chaos (chaos).
When a man is being regenerated doctrinals are first of all, as it were, a chaos with him, 3316.

Chariot (currus).
Chariot d. doctrine: shown, 5321.
Chariots which convey, and chariots with which they fight, in each sense, d. doctrinal things; but, in the latter sense, instructed for combat; and this from representative things in the other life, 8215.
What wheels s., see WHEEL.
What Elijah's chariot of fire s., 2762:2.
The carriages of Egypt d. doctrinals of scientifics; respecting which, 5945.
The horses of Pharaoh or of the Egyptians d. the scientifics from a perverted intellectual; horsemen d. false reasonings therefrom; chariots d. doctrinals of what is false; army d. falsities, 8146e, 8148.
See also under ARMY.

Charities, See GRACES,

Charity (charitas).
Charity described, What charity is, 615.
Charity is the "image" of God, 1013.
Charity is without recompense, and from affection, 3887.
On doing good without recompense, 6388-8393. See MERIT.
Genuine charity is described as without anything meritorious, 2371:5, 2380:4.
Charity consists in performing uses, and in what else, 1038.
Charity is to do well to the internal man, and with this to benefit the external at the same time: herein consists prudence, 9209:2.
Charity which appears only in the external form, and is not in the internal, is not charity; but charity itself is, in the internal form, from the affection of good, 3776.
Charity towards the neighbour is life according to the Lord's precepts, 3249.
What charity towards the neighbour is; from the example of a judge who punishes a wrong-doer from zeal, 4730:3.
Charity towards the neighbour is the affection of good and truth; and the acknowledgment of self is nothing but evil and falsity; this is, in the internal sense, contained in the Lord's words in Matth.xxv.25, 4956.
They who are in no charity cannot acknowledge the Lord, and if they profess to exteriorly, it is from hypocrisy, 2354:2.

The Relations of Charity to Faith.
Charity is by means of faith, 393. See FAITH.
There is no faith where charity is not, 654.
The fruit of faith is good work, that is, charity, and this is love to the Lord, and again this is the Lord, because the internal sense of the Word is the Lord, 161, 1873.
There is no genuine charity except with faith, nor genuine faith except with charity, 2839.
Faith cannot be received by others than those who are in good, 2343:3.
Faith can nowhere be given but in the life of faith, that is, in love and charity; from examples in the other life, 2343:5, 2349.
Faith is the external of charity, and charity is the internal of faith, 3868.
To live according to the precepts of faith, and according to the precepts of charity; what the difference is, 8013:2.
Faith separated from charity is no faith, 1162, 1176.
They who separate faith from charity cannot have conscience, 1076, 1077.
Faith separated is the light of winter, and faith from charity is the light of spring, 2231:3.
Faith without charity is somewhat defiled, 3870.
They who separate faith from charity cast themselves into falsities and evils; and this is represented by Cain and Abel, Ham and Canaan, Reuben, and the Egyptians, the firstborn of whom were slain, 3325:11.
They who do good from faith, and not from charity, are more remote from the Lord, 3463:2.
The simple know what charity is, and they acknowledge it not what faith separated is, 47412, 4754.
Charity ought to rule over faith, not contrariwise, 363, 365.
Charity is the "brother" of faith, 367.
Wisdom, intelligence, and science are "sons" of charity, 1226.
All the precepts of the Decalogue, and all things of faith, are from charity, 1798.
All truths regard love and charity as their beginning and end, and they are implanted in them, 4353:3.
There is a controversy respecting primogeniture: whether it belongs to faith or to charity, 2435.
From various reasons it appears as if faith were prior to charity, or truth higher than good, but it is a fallacy, 3324.
Several passages cited concerning faith and charity, and concerning truth and good, 3324:3.

Charity is the Essential.
Charity is the essential of faith, yea, it is faith itself, because it is the self of faith: references cited, 2442e.
They who make faith the essential, not charity, and who are in the good of charity, can be in the good of truth, not in such a manner as those who are in heaven, or are conjoined to the Lord, 3459.
Charity, and not faith without charity, saves, 379, 389.
Those who place the essential of salvation in faith, never attend to or see those things which the Lord so often spoke concerning charity and love: which passages are adduced, 1017e.
The doctrinals of faith do nothing unless they have charity, because they look to it as an end, 2049, 2116.
From the light of the natural sun it can be seen that good has the first place, and truth the second, 6273.
Good actually has the first place, and truth apparently has, see REGENERATION and TRUTH.
They who are without charity think nothing but evil of a man, and they observe his evils, not his goods, 1079, 1080, 1088:2.

Charity and Mutual Love.
Mutual love is spoken of the external of the Celestial Kingdom, and charity towards the neighbour of the internal of the Spiritual Kingdom, 6435.
The Celestial Kingdom and the Spiritual Kingdom are conjoined by means of charity towards the neighbour, because charity is the external of the Celestial Kingdom and the internal of the Spiritual Kingdom, 5922:2.
Mutual love is from conjugial love, 2733, 2737, 2738.
What mutual love is as compared to conjugial love, 2738.

Charity and Love.
The difference between love and charity, 2023.
The presence of the Lord with man takes place according to the state of love or charity, 904:3.
Those who are in love to the Lord cannot but be in love towards the neighbour, 2227.
Man of himself can know many things; respecting which, 3957;
as that love to God and charity towards the neighbour make man, and make life, etc, 3957:8.
They who are in the love of self, and they who are in faith separated, cannot know what heaven is, and several other things, and that heaven consists of love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour, 4776.
They can look from love and charity to a doctrinal matter, not contrariwise, unless they are in love and charity; the former is to look behind oneself, and to turn back, 2454.
Who are neighbours to those who are in the affection of good, and who, to those who are in the affection of truth; the neighbour, in the supreme sense, is the Lord, 2425.

The Good of Charity.
The Divine Human and the Holy Proceeding of the Lord should not be violated, nor should the good of charity; who they are that violate, 2359.
The Lord is present in the good of charity, 6495.
The quality of those in the good of charity, and of those not in the good of charity, 2380.
The reason that some do not consider themselves in the good of charity when they are, and some do when they are not, 2380:4.
They who are in the good of charity receive the truths of faith in the other life, 2049:2.
Adulterers are against the good of charity, and against the Lord, 2751.
Falsities with those who are in the good of charity do not conjoin, but apply, themselves, 2863.
The truths of faith are nothing without the good of charity: illustrated, 3849:2.
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, 4368:2.
They who are in the good of charity cannot lose anything, and they remain to eternity, because by the good of charity they are conjoined to life itself and to the eternal, that is, to the Lord, 7506, 7507.
It is not known by those who are not regenerated what the good of charity is, 8462.
What the good of infancy, the good of ignorance, and the good of intelligence are, 2280:5.
They who do good from truth, and not yet from good, are in the lowest of the Lord's kingdom, 6396.
They who do good from truth, and are not yet in good, do good from no truth, 6405;
they induce disorder in the natural, because they almost close the interiors, 6406.
When anyone does good for the sake of good or for the sake of truth, it is for the sake of the Lord, 9210;
and this should be the head, and himself and gain should be the sole of the foot, 9210:2.
To love good and truth for the sake of good and truth is to love the neighbour and God, 10310.
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.

Charity and the Church.
They who are of the external Church have an internal in their worship, if they are in charity, 1083:4, 1100.
From the charity with himself each one can know whether he has internal worship, 1102e, 1151, 1153.
The holy thing of worship is according to the quality and quantity of the truth of faith implanted in charity, 2190.
The doctrinal phase of faith does not make the Church, but charity, 1798, 17992, 1834, 1844.
Charity makes the Church, not faith, 809.
There is not any Church where charity is not acknowledged as its essential, but rather as if it were from faith separated: illustrated, 4766.
The Church is not from the truths only of faith, but is where charity is, 58262.
There is no Church unless the truths of doctrinal matters are implanted in the good of life, 3310.
The internal of the Church is charity towards the neighbour in willing, and from willing in doing, and therefrom faith in perceiving, 4899:4.
The Church is spiritual when it acts from charity, not because it says it has faith, 916.
There is one Church, although several, when love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour are its essentials, 2982.
The spiritual Church is everywhere varied as to truths, but is one by means of charity, 3267:2.
Although doctrinals are varied, still the Church is one, if all have charity, 3451, 3452.
How much of good there is in the Church if charity has the first place, and faith the second: illustrated, 6269.
How much of evil, if faith has the first place, and charity the second, 6272.
The Church is one if all have charity, although they vary as to worship and doctrinal matters, 1285:3, 1316.
The Church would be one, if all had charity: such was the Ancient Church, 2385.
The Church in the course of time recedes from charity, 1834:2, 1835.
In the last times there is not faith, and then no charity, 1843:2.

Charity and the Word.
The Word is vivified according to everyone's state of charity and innocence, 1776.
Those who are not in charity, but only in the knowledge of the cognitions of faith, can never see the interior things concerning love and charity, in the Word, 3416.
The Word is unclosed or opened when love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour are esteemed, as the beginning; and when faith is so esteemed, it is closed up, 3773, 3793.

Charity and the Regenerate Life.
No one is regenerated unless he is endowed with charity, 989.
When a man is being regenerated "seed" cannot take root, except by means of the good of charity, 880.
The increase of good and truth with man is according to the charity in him, 1016:2.
He who lives in charity receives from the Lord truth suitable to his good, 3267:3.
How truth is implanted in the good of charity, when a man is being regenerated, 2189:2.
The Lord fits the good of charity to truths when a man is being regenerated, thus He meets them, 2063:3.
They who are in charity have a dictate and law written in themselves, and are received as citizens everywhere on earth, as in the heavens, 1121.
None are saved by faith, but by the life of faith which is charity, 2228.
Truths of faith do not save, but the goods of charity in the truths of faith, 2261:2.
If cogitative faith, not life, were saving, all would be introduced into heaven, 6639:3.
The light of the regenerate is from charity, not from faith, 854.
Unless doing good is conjoined to willing good and thinking good there is no salvation, that is, unless the external man is conjoined to the internal, 3987.
The reason why they separated faith from charity, and said that faith saves, 2231:3.
The life of charity according to the Christian precepts saves, but not the life according to natural good, 7197.
Good is not good, nor is it fruitful, until a man is regenerated, because, before this the soul itself is not in the good, 3186.
To know or understand truth, to will truth, and to be affected by truth or charity, follow in regeneration, and these things afterwards continue in charity, in order, 3876, 3877.
There must be innocence and charity that truth may be conjoined, 3111.
Those who exercise charity from obedience are regenerated in the other life, 989e.

Charity in the Other Life.
An example of one that came into heaven, who in this life lived in charity, 318.
They who have lived in charity return to all their states of delight, in the other life, 823.
In heaven all are regarded from charity and faith, 1258.
A man, if he has lived in the good of charity, will come into all wisdom in the other life, because there is in that good those things which belong to itself, 5859:2.
Intelligence and wisdom grow immensely in the other life, with those who live in charity, 1941.
All are consociated in the other life according to loves: according to love towards the neighbour and to the Lord, in heaven; and according to the loves of self and of the world, in hell, 7085.
All who are in heaven are kept looking to the Lord by means of love to Him, and also by charity towards the neighbour: illustrated, 9828:2.
The angelic life consists in use and the good works of charity, 454.
Angels communicate their good to another, so that they are willing to give all, and then more flows in for increase, 6478;
but this is dissipated when it is thought of as recompense, 6478.
Angels are forms of charity; which is described, 553e;
they are forms of love and charity, 4735:2;
from the good to which truth is conjoined, 3804:2.
The odours of charity and faith are agreeable, 1519.
They who separate faith from charity make charity meritorious in the other life, 2371:6.
Love and faith in the spiritual world are as heat and light in the natural world, 7082-7084.
Spiritual heat or love, and spiritual light or faith come from the Lord as the Sun of heaven, 7083.

Doctrine of Charity.
There is a doctrinal of charity, and a doctrinal of faith, and it is obliterated at the present time; the doctrinal of charity was in the Ancient Church, and from it they knew what the neighbour was, and what the poor, orphans, widow, etc,, 2417:2.
Concerning the doctrinals of love and charity, of the ancients, 3419, 3420. See DOCTRINE.
The doctrinals of the Ancient Church were those of charity, and their cognitions and scientifics consisted of knowing what the rituals of the Church represented, and largely what other things in the world represented, 4844:4.
In what ignorance they are who are in no doctrinal of charity, 2435.
What the doctrinals of charity and of faith, or of good, of the good of truth, and of truth, are, 2567.
The doctrinals of charity, 4955. See DOCTRINE.
The Doctrine of Charity, 6627-6633, 6703-6712 (but there concerning the neighbour, see NEIGHBOUR), 6818-6824, 6933-6938 (see NEIGHBOUR), 7080-7086, 7178-7182, 7255-7263, 7366-7377 (see LOVE OF SELF), 7488-7494, 7623-7627, 7752-7762, 7814-7821, 8033-8037, 8120-8124, 8252-8257, 8387-8394, 8548-8553, 8635-8640, 8742-8747, 8853-8858, 8958-8969, 9112-9122.

The particulars of these articles are as follows:
The doctrine of charity was the doctrine in the Ancient Churches, 6628;
therefrom they were wise, 6629;
but wisdom left them, 6630.
The doctrine of charity is among the things that are lost; when yet the Word is nothing else than the doctrine of charity, 6632.
Because the doctrine of charity is lost, the doctrine of faith is, therefore, much alienated from the truth, 6633.
Charity is not to be indiscriminately the same towards all, 6703.
Love is the source of the life of man, and it is the ruling love; concerning which, 7081.
It cannot be known what good is, unless it is known what love to the Lord and love towards the neighbour are, nor what truth is except from good; and it cannot be known what evil is, unless it is known what the love of self and the world is, nor what falsity is, except from good, 7178, 7255, 7366.
There are two faculties, one called the understanding, for the truth of faith; and the other called the will, for the good of love; and they are conjoined; with whom they are conjoined, and with whom they are not conjoined, 7179.
They ought not to be separated; what it is o be condemned, thus to have no faith or charity, 7180.
It is necessary for man to know what good is, that he may know what heaven is, and what evil is, and what hell is, 7181.
Love relates to good and truth, 7256.
The good of love to the Lord is called celestial good, and the good of charity towards the neighbour is called spiritual good, 7257.
The doctrine of love to the Lord is the most extensive and the most secret, and the doctrine of love towards the neighbour is extensive but not so secret, 7258.
Because this doctrine is extensive the ancients distinguished charity towards the neighbour into classes, and gave to them names; concerning which, 7259, 7260.
Those names were given to them from heaven, 7261.
Their doctrine of charity taught how charity was to be exercised towards those who were in each class, 7259, 7261.
Therefore, in the Word, names are such, and spiritual states are signified by them, 7262.
The Word is the doctrine of charity: shown, 7262.
There are two things which proceed from the Lord, Good and Truth, and they are united, so also in heaven, and they are charity and faith, in the Church, 7623, 7624.
An idea of good and truth, or of charity and faith, can be formed from the sun and the light therefrom; what it is in spring and winter; and there is such a comparison in the Word, 7625.
Man is a garden if these are conjoined, and is as a desert if they are not conjoined, 7626.
Everyone can see from natural light that good and truth agree together, not evil and truth; and the same is attested by experience, 7627.
All things relate to good and truth, so all things of the Church to charity and faith, 7752-7754.
The first thing of the Church is charity, and the second, faith, 7755.
The good of charity enters through the internal life, and faith through the external: illustrated, 7756.
The conjunction of charity and faith takes place in the interiors of man, and good there adopts truth, 7757.
Unless conjunction takes place, charity is not charity, nor is faith, faith, 7757.
Faith when it is conjoined to charity is charity, 7758.
The good of charity has its quality from the truth of faith, and truth its essence from that good, 7759.
The good also has its quality from the abundance of truths, and their connection, 7760.
Spiritual good saves, but not natural good; because spiritual good is the plane of angels, but not natural good, for it can be more easily led away into falsity and evil than into truth and good, 7761.
The confidence which pertains to faith, is from love, not from faith separated, and it is not from truth, 7762.
Man can look above himself and beneath himself, 7814.
He looks above himself when he looks to the neighbour, his native land, the Church, heaven, and principally to the Lord, 7814, 7815, 7817.
To look above oneself is to be elevated by the Lord, 7816, 8604:2.
One looks to the world and self, when he looks at those things which relate to heaven, and the Lord, from behind, 7817.
To look above oneself and beneath oneself is to have as an end and to love above all things, 7818.
A man can love himself and the world, also eminence and opulence, but as a means to an end, and then it is good, 7819, 7820.
Man is distinguished from the brutes by the fact that he can look above himself; and that to look beneath himself is to be a beast, but to look above himself is to be a man, 7821.
What charity and faith are, 8033-8037.
Charity is the internal affection of doing good, and the delights of life, 8033.
Faith is the affection of knowing what is true and good, which conjoins itself to charity; it conjoins itself with charity by that truth which it wills to do, 8034.
They who are in charity and faith acknowledge that everything of charity and faith is from the Lord, 8035.
Heaven and the Church are with those who are in charity; and they are the regenerated, and those who have the new will and the new understanding, 8036.
Those who are in the love of self and the world, do not know what charity and faith are, and that it is given to do good without recompense, and that this is heaven; they believe there is nothing of joy, if they are deprived of the things that belong to self, when yet heavenly joy then begins, 8037.
It is believed that to give to the poor, to aid the needy, and to do good to everyone, is charity, but it extends itself wider, 8120, 8121.
It is to do what is right, just, and good in every work, and in all functions: illustrated, 8121, 8122.
The reason is that a man, society, the native land, the Church, the Lord's kingdom, what is good and just, are neighbours, 8123.
They who are in charity are a charity in everything they think, speak, will, and act, 8124.
The life of piety without the life of charity conducts to nothing, but the life of piety with that of charity conducts to all things, 8252.
What the life of piety, and the life of charity are; these consist in uses, 8253.
The worship of the Lord consists in the life of charity, 8254;
shown, 8255.
A man remains such as the quality of his life of charity is: shown, 8256.
The life of charity is according to the Lord's precepts; that life is spiritual; to do what is just and honest, apart from the precepts, is civil and moral life, 8257.

The forms of hatred and charity cannot be together, 1860.
All blessedness consists of good and truth, and these cannot flow in from anything but the Lord; which is evident to everyone, from the light of reason, 2363:2.
They who look to doctrinals, and not to life, do not think of the soul or the life after death, and conversely, 2454e.
Who are in the affection of good, and who are in the affection of truth: passages cited, 2422, 2930:3.
The quality of those who are in natural good, and that defiled by falsities; and they are Moab and the sons of Ammon, 2463, 2464, 2468.
The Lord is one with the Father; the universal heaven is His; from Him is all innocence, peace, love, charity, mercy, conjugial love, and everything good and true; and Moses and the Prophets, and all the rites of the Church of the Jews, relate to Him, 2751.
Heavenly freedom is love to the Lord and towards the neighbour, 2870. See FREEDOM.
Concerning the delight of the affections of good and truth or charity, it is unknown to those who are in the delight of evil and falsity, 3938:4.

Chedorlaomer (Kedorlaomer).
What Chedorlaomer s., 1667, 1685.

Cheekbone. See JAWBONE.

Chequer, To (tesselare).
To chequer d. the work of a weaver: illustrated, 9942.

Cherub (cherub).
Cherubs s. the Lord's Providence, so that man should not enter of himself into the mysteries of faith, 308.
Cherubs d. the guard and providence of the Lord, lest there should be approach to Him except by means of good, 9277:5;
and lest the good which is from the Lord, in heaven and with man, should be injured: shown, 9509;
also a guard lest spiritual good and celestial good should be mixed together, 9673.

Chief (princeps).
Chiefs d. primary things, 1482, 2089.
Chief d. primary truth: shown, 5044.

Child, See INFANT.

Chinese (Chinenses).
The Chinese were instructed that the Christian doctrine inculcates love and charity above every other doctrine, 2596e.


Chittim (Kiuim).
What Chittim s., 1156.

Choice. See ELECT.

Choir (chorus).
The speech that terminates in choruses is as if rhythmical, 1648, 1649.
Something concerning choruses or rounds, 2595, 2596.
Concerning choirs, how they act as one, and concerning several choirs who also among themselves are one, 3350.
Thus the universal heaven is one from mutual love and love to the Lord, 3350.
From which it results that the more there are of them, the more distinct and perfect they are, 3350.
There are rounds through which inauguration into unanimity takes place, and they are successively interior, 5182.
Angelic choruses much delight the spirits of Jupiter; concerning which, 8115.

Chorus, See CHOIR.

Chosen. See ELECT.

Christ (Christus). See also under ANOINT.
Christ is the same as Messiah, Anointed, or King: shown, 3008.
Messiah, Anointed, and King are the same as the Divine Truth: shown, 3009;
what is kingly and what is sacerdotal of the Lord are therefrom, 3009.
In the internal sense by Jesus is sd. Divine Good, and by Christ, Divine Truth, by both, the Divine Marriage, 3004.
By Jesus is sd. the Divine Good, 3005.
By the name Jesus is sd. all in one complex by which the Lord is worshipped, 3006.
By false Christs are sd. truths not Divine, or falsities, 3010.
They who profess to be Christians, and do not live according to the precepts of the Lord, worship a false Christ, 3732e.

Christians (christiani).
Concerning the state and lot of the nations in the other life; with respect to the Christians, see NATIONS.
The quality of Christians to-day; they are without faith and charity, in contempt, aversion, and enmity against the truths of faith and the Lord, and in intestine hatred against one another, 3489.

Chrysalis (chrysalis). See BUTTERFLY.

Chrysoprasus (chrysoprasus).
Chrysoprasus, 9868. See SAPPHIRE.

Church (ecclesia).
There were four Churches: the Most Ancient which was celestial, the Ancient which was spiritual, the Israelitish, and the Christian; and their times are meant by the golden age, the silver age, the copper age, and the iron age; concerning which, 10355.
Concerning the revelations in these four Churches: in the first there was immediate intercourse with heaven; in the second, intercourse by means of correspondents and representatives; in the third, by the living voice; and in the fourth by the Word, 10355.

Most Ancient Church. See also under ANGEL.
Concerning the Most Ancient Church, 1114-1125. See also CELESTIAL.
Its breathing and perception therefrom, 607.
The speech of a man of the Most Ancient Church was not by words, but by the face and lips; and they had internal breathing, as the angels have, 6072;
their internal breathing is described, 1118-1120.
The quality of the perception of the Most Ancient Church, 8952;
and they have the law written in themselves, 1121.
Whence were revelations, and their representatives, 1122.
The Word in the Most Ancient Church was from revelation, and was written on their hearts, 2896.
Representatives and significatives are from the Most Ancient Church; concerning the qualities of which, 2896.
Enoch means those who collected the representatives and significatives of the Most Ancient Church, 2896.
They of the Most Ancient Church are above the head, and rarely any come to them, 1115.
They have beautiful dwellings and delightful auras, 1116.
They are in the highest light, 1117.
In what way they expected the Lord, 1123.
Concerning the worse who also expected the Lord, but otherwise, 1124.
The differences between a man of the Most Ancient Church and one of the Ancient Church, also of what quality the Most Ancient Church was, 597, 607.
The man of the Most Ancient Church was of another and different genius from the man of the Ancient Church: illustrated, 4493:2.
The communication of the Most Ancient Church was with heaven, which was not afterwards the case with the Ancient Church, 784.
With the Most Ancient Church truths and goods were inseminated in its voluntary part, but this was not so in the Ancient or Spiritual Church, 895.
The Most Ancient Church saw, in earthly and corporeal things, only spiritual and celestial things, and cared not for other things, 920;
and the antediluvians saw nothing except corporeal and worldly things, 920:2.
The man of the Moat Ancient Church had not the externals of worship, nor could he receive them, unless his internals were closed, 4493:2.
The Most Ancient Church was in the land of Canaan; concerning which, 4447:2, 4454.
The Most Ancient Church was in the land of Canaan, and part of the Ancient Church; and places there were representative therefrom; wherefore Abraham was commanded to go thither, and the land was given to his descendants, and with them the representative church was established, 3686:2.
The Most Ancient Church, the Ancient, and the Christian agree as to internal things, because they are one, 4489.
Concerning the Church of Enos; its quality, 1125.

Ancient Church. See also above.
The quality of the Spiritual Church, or the man of that Church, 765.
The Ancient Church was altogether of another nature from the Most Ancient: it was formed in its intellectual part, 640, 641, 765.
Faith constituted the Spiritual Church, but not faith separated, 916:2.
On the breathing of the Ancient Church, and the genius therefrom, 608.
The Ancient Church was instructed by means of doctrinals, 609.
The Word in the Ancient Church was from the representatives and significatives collected by Enoch, 2897.
The Ancient Church had a written Word, which is lost, and it consisted of historical and prophetical parts, 2897.
This Word was Divine, similar to the Word according to the Prophets shown, 2897.
There were Divine Prophetical Parts with others, as appears from the prophecy of Balaam, 2898.
The Lord was the God of the Ancient Church, 6846.
There were three Ancient Churches after the flood, 1327.
Concerning the first Church, called Noah, 1126.
Concerning the Church called Shem, 1127.
Anew Church was instituted by Eber in Syria, 1238.
The Ancient Church being adulterated and turned into an idolatrous way, this new Church was awakened; its quality; it was in externals, 1241.
Through how many kingdoms the Ancient Church was spread, 1238.
Through what lands it extended, and what was its state, 2385:4.
The Ancient Hebrew Church was a long time in the land of Canaan, 4516, 4517.
The Hebrew Church, at the time of Abraham, altogether declined from the truth, 3031.
Concerning the Ancient Church when it began to decline; how seen, 1128.
In course of time the Church degenerated, 1327:2.
The internals of the Ancient Church related to charity, which was to them the essential of the Church, but not to the descendants of Jacob, 4680:2.
What the Representative Church was, which was with the ancients, and what the representative of the Church was, which was with Jacob's descendants; that the former was with those who had an internal in the external, and the latter with those who had an external without an internal illustrated, 4288:2.

Israelitish Church.
With the descendants of Jacob there was a representative of the Church, not the Church, 4281:2.
The representative church was not the Church, 3480.
The statutes, judgments, and laws commanded to the descendants of Jacob, were known in the ancient Churches; concerning which, 4449:2.
The genuine state of the Church could he represented with the Jews, although they were idolaters, 4208:2.
The representative things of the Jewish Church contained in them all the hidden things of the Christian Church, 3478e.
In the Church with the Israelitish nation all things were representative of the interior things of the Church and heaven, 10149.

Christian Church.
The Christian Church is the same as the Ancient and Jewish Churches the interior things of these are those of the Christian Church, 4772.
The internal things of the Church, which the Lord taught, were known to the ancients, and He abolished external representatives, 4904:2.
The quality of the Christian Church to-day, as to externals and internals; and how wicked they appear in the other life, 3489.

Gentile Church.
The Church of the Lord is among the nations and the nations who are in good acknowledge many truths; concerning which, 3263:3.
A new Church is established with the nations, because the old is in the state that it does not receive truth, 4747:2.

Celestial and Spiritual Church.
On the Celestial and the Spiritual Church; the quality of the one and the other, 2669:2.
What the Celestial Church and the Spiritual Church are; and what their differences are: references cited, 9277.
Concerning the representation of the man of the Celestial Church as to the voluntary part, and of the man of the man of the Spiritual Church as to the intellectual part; concerning which, 5113:2.
Spiritual Church, see SPIRITUAL.
Concerning the first and following states of the Spiritual Church, and of the spiritual, when regenerated, see REGENERATION.
The man of the Spiritual Church is infested, in the other life, by scientifics and falsities, and is purified thereby, so that he can be raised into heaven, 6639:2.

Internal and External Church.
There is an internal and an external of the Church, 1242.
There is an Internal and an External Church, 9375;
references cited, 9680.
What the Internal and the External Church are, 1083.
The Internal and External constitute one Church, 409.
The External Church is nothing, if not Internal, 1795.
Wheresoever the Church is it is Internal and External, and what the internal and the external of the Church are, 6587:2.
The quality of the man of the Internal Church, and the quality of the man of the External Church, 1098.
The Church includes a true internal, a corrupt internal, a true external, and a corrupt external, 1238.
They who are in the External Church do not raise their thoughts higher than to the Natural of the Lord; but they who are of the Internal Church raise their thoughts higher, 6380.
The internal of the Church is charity towards the neighbour in willing, and from willing in acting, and therefrom faith in perceiving, 4899:4.
They who are in the externals of the Church are in the literal sense of the Word, and the Church flows in from the internal, but this becomes general therein, thence obscure, 6775.
There is an internal in the worship of those who are of the External Church, 1102.
There is external worship lest internal be profaned, 1327:3, 1328.
Who they are and of what quality who are of the Internal Church, and who of the External Church, 7840;
illustrated, 8762.

The Essential of the Church.
Charity makes the Church, not faith, 809.
The doctrinal phase of faith does not make the Church, but charity: shown, 1798, 1799:2, 1834:2, 1844.
Life makes the Church, not doctrine separated therefrom, 4468.
There is no Church from truths only of faith, and the Church is where the truths are of charity, 5826:2.
There is no Church unless the truths of doctrine are implanted in the good of life, 3310.
The only one doctrine of the Church is charity towards the neighbour and love to the Lord, 3445.
The Church is not the Church because the Word is there, the Lord known there, and the sacraments are there, but because it lives according to the doctrine from the Word, 6637:2.
The Church would be one, if all had charity, although they differed as to worship and doctrinals, :1285:3, 1316.
The Church would be universal, as the Lord's kingdom, if all had charity, :2385:4.
From many there is one Church when love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour is the essential, not when faith is, :2982.
The Spiritual Church is everywhere varied as to truth, but is one by means of charity, :3267:2.
Although doctrinals are varied, still the Church is one, if all have charity, :3451:2, 3452.
How much good there would be in the Church if charity were in the first place, and faith in the second: illustrated, 6269:3;
how much evil if faith holds the first place, and charity the second, 6272.
Charity actually has the first place, and faith apparently has, See TRUTH and REGENERATION.
The Church in course of time recedes from charity, and produces evils and falsities, 18342, 1835.

Consummation and Vastation.
The states of the Church are compared to times of a year and a day, and to ages, 2905.
The Church is compared to the rising and setting of the sun, to the times of the year a o to those of a day, as well as to metals, 1837.
The state of the Church decreasing from love and light, compared with the state of a man decreasing from infancy to old age, 10134.
The state of the Church is successively changed, and a nucleus is always preserved, 2422.
The Church, in the course of time, becomes viler and decreases, 494, 501.
The Church generally declines, in course of time, to faith, 4683, 4869.
All Churches decrease from charity, even to no charity, and at length into hatred against others, 2910.
There is no Church where by life and doctrine it is not acknowledged that the Lord's Human is Divine, and so that the Lord is one with the Father: shown, 4766.
Neither is there any Church where charity is not acknowledged as the essential of the Church, 4766:4.
Concerning the first state of perversion of the Church, 3353, 3354.
On the states of perversion of the Church; concerning which by the Lord in Matthew, 3655.
The last judgment is the last time of the Church; concerning which, 2118.
Consummation with respect to the Churches; concerning which, 2243:3.
The reason that hereditary evil is augmented, 2910:4.
Something of the Church is always preserved; for the reason that otherwise the human race would perish, 468, 931.
On the vastation of the Church, 407-411. See VASTATION.
They who are of the vastated Church are removed from heaven by means of a cloudy mist, because by an inundation of falsities, 4423.
It is worse with those who are of the Church and are vastated, than with those who are outside the Church; the reason; concerning which, 7554.
Internal truths are not revealed until the Church is vastated, lest they should be profaned; and, therefore, the Lord then came into the world; and at this day the internal sense of the Word is disclosed, 3398:3.

Various Doctrines respecting the Church.
The doctrinal of the Church, 10760-10766.
What makes heaven makes the Church with man, 10760.
The Church is where the Lord is acknowledged, and where the Word is, 10761.
The Church is Internal and External, the one in love and the other in faith, 10762.
There must be the doctrine of life which is charity, and, at the same time, of faith, 10763, 10764.
Those outside a church who live well, are in communion with the Church, 10765.
They who are of the Church are saved; they who are not, are damned, 10766.
The Church on earth is as the heart and lungs in man, 931, 2054.
There is a communication of heaven with the human race by means of the Church, because the Church is like the heart and lungs in communication with other parts of the body, 2853:3.
The human race would become insane and be extinguished if there were no Church, 4545:7.
Unless there had been a Church the human race would have perished; it is as the heart, 637.
If there were no Church where the Word is, the human race would perish, 10452.
A new Church is always established with the nations; why, 2986:3.
Why the Church is restored with the nations, 1366.
All men who are in the Lord's Church, although scattered through the world, still make, as it were, one, as in the heavens, 2853:3.
The Lord's Church throughout the whole world is represented in heaven as a man, 7396.
Heaven is as one man before the Lord, so also is the Church, 9276:5.
Man is a Church, 4292.
A man should be in the good of truth, that he may be a Church, 5826:2.
Man is a Church; and wherever such are, even if they are scattered, they make the Church in general, 6637:2.
The things which are in the Church generally, are with the man of the Church in particular, 9276:5.
See MAN (homo).
On the conjunction of the Lord with the human race by means of the good of charity, thus by means of the Church, 9276:3.
The Lord is heaven and the Church, thus all in all, because He dwells there in His own, and not in their own, 10125;
shown, 10151, 10157.
The Church is in the internal man, not in the external without it, 10698.
They are not of the Church who are in the affection of truth, and not in good, nor they who are in the affection of good from which there is no truth, 3963:2.
They who are in the affection of truth, do not remain in the doctrinal tenets of their own Church, but search the Word to see whether they are true: illustrated, 5432:5.
The Word ought to be searched to know whether the doctrinals of the Church are true, otherwise truths would everywhere be estimated from their soil and birthplace, 6047:2.
Cognitions proceed, that is, the Word, before the Church can be established, 3786:2.
There would be no Church unless man were spoken to by means of exterior truths in the Word: illustrated, 3857.
Concerning the Churches; that they were in external truths, 3857:5.
The Church beginning from truth has no other regulator than the understanding, but that which begins from good has charity and the Lord, 4672.
The Word is unclosed to the Churches in their infancy, because love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour are taken as a principle; but afterwards when faith is, then it becomes closed, 3773.
The man of the Church was formerly in the interior things, but to-day in the external or body, 5649:4.
The Church is the foundation of heaven, 4060:4.
They who are within the Church, more than those who are outside, ought to be purified from evils and falsities, because they are able to render holy things impure, 2051, 2054, 2056.
The Lord came into the world that He might save the spiritual, 2661:2.
On the doctrinals of love and charity, also on their representatives and significatives, 3419, 3420.
In heaven there are lands, mountains, and rocks; concerning which, 10608.
By woman is to be understood the Church, 252, 253.
The Church is compared to a bride; and, in ancient times, vessels of silver and gold, and garments were given to a bride, to signify truth, good, and their adornment, which things pertain to the Church, 3164, 3165.

Chyle (chylus).
Who appertain to the receptaculum and ducts of the chyle; they are of a twofold kind - the modest and the petulant, 5180, 5181.

Cinders (javilla). See ASHES,

Cinnamon, Scented (cinnamonum aromaticum).
Scented cinnamon d. the perception and affection of natural truth, 10254.

Circle (circulus).
There is a circle from the hearing and sight through the thought into the will, and from the will into the effort and act; similarly from the memory through the same way, 4247:2.
The process of man's regeneration, and of the glorification of the Lord's Human, is described and illustrated by the circle of life with man, 10057:2.

Circuit. See ROUND ABOUT.

Circumcision (circumcisio).
Why this was performed with knives of flints, 2039e, 2046e.
Circumcision was performed by knives of flints to signify the truths of faith by means of which they were purified, 2799:6.
Circumcision was made, because, in the Ancient Church, the foreskin corresponded to the defilement of good, but, in the Most Ancient, to its obscuration, wherefore with this there was no circumcision, 4462:2.
Circumcision is an external representative sign that they were of the Church, 4462:4.
All those are circumcised who are spiritually circumcised, that is, purified from the love of self and the world: shown, 4462:3.
The uncircumcised within the Church are they who are not in charity, however much they may be in doctrinals, 2049:5.
They were called uncircumcised who were in the loves of self and gain, 3412:2, 3413.
Everything is called uncircumcised which impedes and defiles, as an uncircumcised ear, 2056.
Circumcision s. purification from filthy loves: shown, 2039;
initiation into the external things of the Church, 4486, 4493.
Circumcised d. to be purified, 2632.
To circumcise on the eighth day s. they ought to be purified every moment, 2044e.
Pain after circumcision d. lust, 4496.
The flint by which circumcision was performed, d. the truth of faith, 7044.
Uncircumcised in lips d. impure as to doctrine, 7225.
An uncircumcised ear d. disobedience; an uncircumcised heart d. it does not admit good and truth, 7225:2.
Moses calling himself uncircumcised in lips, which is also spoken with respect to the nation of which he was the head, d. its worship, because merely external, was impure, 7245.
To cut off the foreskin d. the removal of filthy loves, 7045.
The foreskin c. to the most external loves,- namely, the corporeal and earthly, 7045.

Circumference (peripheria). See MIDDLE and CENTRE.

Citadel (arx, arces). See CASTLE.

City (civitas).
They who build cities hide a secret thing therein, and give them, 2601.
Goods and truths with man form, as it were, a city, and this from the form of heaven, and influx therefrom, 3584.
See also TOWN.
By city is sd. the celestial; by town, the spiritual, 402.

Civil (civilis).
The civil life corresponds with the spiritual, 4366.

Clay (lutum).
Clay d. good, 1300;
and, in the opposite sense, evil: shown, 6669.

Cleansed, To be (mundari).
To be cleansed d. to be sanctified: shown, 4545.

Cleave, To (adherere).
To cleave, in the highest sense, d. love and mercy; in the internal sense, charity; in the external sense, conjunction, 3875;
spiritual love, or charity, properly, observance of the precepts: shown, 3875:2;
celestial love, also conjugial love, but by another word, 3875:5.

Cleave, To (findere).
To cleave the sea d. to dissipate falsities, 8184.

Cleft (fissura).
Cleft of the rock d. obscurity and falsity of faith illustrated and shown, 10582.

Cloak (pallium).
Cloak d. Divine Truth in the internal form in the Spiritual Kingdom, 9825;
in general, the Spiritual Kingdom, 9825:2.
Robe with the ephod d. the Spiritual Kingdom; coat, because separated from these by the girdle, d. the spiritual from the celestial; the like is sd. by the veil in the tent, and by the neck with man: illustrated, 10005.

Closure (clausura).
The closure outside the border d. the conjunction with truth from the Divine, 9534.

Cloth (pannus).
The enveloping of a cloth; its quality, 964.
See also VEIL.

Clothing. See GARMENT and RAIMENT.

Clouds (nubes). See also under ANGEL.
What clouds with man are; they are all appearances, all ignorances, and all falsities, 1043.
Whence are clouds of falsity, 1047.
By clouds are represented things affirmative and negative, 3221.
Spheres of thoughts from societies are represented by clouds; concerning which, 6609, 6614.
Falsities from evils appear as mists, clouds, and waters about those who are in the hells, 8137:2, 8138.
Even the angels are veiled with a suitable cloud, 6849.
Because the Israelites were in obscurity and in falsity as to truths of faith, therefore the Lord appeared to them upon Mount Sinai in a dense cloud and in smoke, and in consuming fire, 8814, 8819.
How the Lord appeared in a cloud, with angels, in a human form, and afterwards in radiance, to the inhabitants of a certain earth, 10810;
and still later descended and appeared according to reception, 10811.
Clouds stand for the literal sense of the Word, Preface to Gen. xviii. ante 2135, 4060:7, 4391:2;
also shown, 6752:8;
and glory d. the internal sense: also shown, 5922:6, 6343e.
Clouds d. obscurity of truth, and the literal sense: also shown, 8106:2.
Cloud d. the Word in the letter; density of the cloud d. in particular, the most natural, 8781.
The external sense of the Word, without genuine doctrine from the Word, is sd. by obscurity of the cloud, 9430.
Cloud d. the external of the Word, of the Church, and of worship; it is also called glory: shown, 10574:3.
Cloud d. truth accommodated to reception, 8443.
What the column of cloud s., 8106. See COLUMN.
The column of cloud d. dense obscurity, thus the Word, with those who are in the exterior without an internal, 10551.

Coat (tunica). See also GARMENT.
Coat d. that which invests something else: the truth of the natural, 3301;
truth shown, 4677;
Divine Truth in the inmost Spiritual Kingdom, proceeding immediately from the Divine-Celestial, 9826;
the Divine-Spiritual from the Divine-Celestial, thus the inmost of the Spiritual Kingdom: shown, 9942.
What the coat of the daughters of the king, the coat of the High Priest, and the coat of the prophets s., 4677:2.
The coat of various colours d. the appearances of truth from good, 4677, 4741, 4742.
The Lord's words about smiting on the cheek, and about the coat, that whosoever wished for it, to him was to be given the cloak also, are explained, 9049:4.
What is sd. by the Lord's coat not being divided, is explained, 9942:13.
The coat of the sons of Aaron d. the Divine Truth proceeding from the Divine-Spiritual of the Divine-Celestial, 9947, 10013.
The ephod with the robe d. the Spiritual Kingdom; and the coat d. the spiritual with the celestial; thus by it the like is sd. as by the veil in the tent, and by the neck in man: illustrated, 10005.

Coat of Mail. See HABERGEON.

Cock, Cock-Crowing (gallus, gallinaceum).
Cock-crowing is the time before morning or daybreak, and therefrom s. the first time of the beginning of the Church: shown, 60733, 10134:13;

Cockroach. See INSECT.

Coffer (capsa). See ARK.

Cognitions, To Recognize (cognitiones, cognoscere).
Cognitions are the truths of childhood; and they are not truths in themselves, but from the divine things which are in them, 3676.
Cognitions are for uses, 6815.
To recognize d. to understand, to believe, and to perceive, when and whence: shown, 10155;
when it relates to God, to foresee and to provide, 5309.
When it is said that God recognizes it, d. that He endows with charity: shown, 6806.
By Cognition the author means knowledge of a more interior kind than science (which see), and knowledge more intuitively perceived.

Coition. See To COME TOGETHER.

Cold (frigus).
What cold and heat with one about to be regenerated and one regenerated are, 933.
What summer and winter are with one about to be regenerated, 935, 936.
The fire of evils is turned into cold, 825, 1528.
In the hells there is thick darkness, and this is from falsities; and there is cold there, and this is from evils, 3340.
There is also light (lumen) there, but it is fatuous, and also heat (color), but it is as of an unclean bath, 3340;
and when it Is seen in hell it is a dark mist, and that is from hatreds, revenges, and murders, which things they breathe; an experience, 3340.

Collect, To. See To GATHER.

Collected (collecta).
The things collected d. the interior things of worship which were to be represented, 9459.

Collections, See GATHERINGS,

Colon (colon). See INTESTINE.

Colour (color).
Whence colour is, and what it represents in spiritual things; and on the rainbow, 1042, 1043, 1053.
The most beautiful colours appear in the other life, 1053:2.
Colours in the other life; whence they are and of what nature, 1624.
Colours in the other life are from the modification of light and shade there, and from their variegation in whites and blacks, 3993:7.
Colours in the other life are from variegation of light there, and they are modifications of intelligence and wisdom; concerning which; an experience, 4530, 4922.
Colours in the other life are from the light there, and through heaven they are also appearances of truth, 4742:2.
Colours in the other life derive their origin from good and truth, 9466.
Colours in heaven are from the variegations of light there, and are the qualities of truth, and its appearances; and they appear from the affections of good and truth, 4677.
There are colours which are not seen in the world, 1624.
Colours so far as they partake of red signify good, 9467.
There are two fundamental colours, white and red; whence, 9467.
The coat of various colours d. the appearances of truth, 4677, 4741, 4742.
The precious stones in the breastplate s. the goods and truths of heaven, from the colours, 9865, 9868:2, 9905;
and whence those colours are, 9865:2, 9868:2.

Colt. See Ass.

Column (columna).
An angelic column around me, when I was let down into the lower earth, 699.
Pillars d. goods of love and faith, because they support heaven and the Church: shown 9674.
By the column of cloud and of fire, by day and by night, was r. the states of heaven, 8108;
its, the Lord's presence was perpetual, 8110.
Column is predicated of the natural, which is like a basis to the spiritual: shown, 8106:4.
A column of cloud by day d. a state of enlightenment moderated by obscurity of truth, 8106.
A column of fire by night d. a state of obscurity, moderated by enlightenment from good, 8108.

Comb, To (pectere).
They who place everything in adornment comb the hair; and to comb the hair d. to accommodate natural things so that they may appear handsome, 5570.

Combat (pugna). See also WAR, and under ANGEL.
Concerning combats and temptations, 8958-8969.

Come, To (venire).
To come d. what is successive, 5505;
presence, 5934, 6063;
approaching, 5941, 5947;
to be applied, 6117;
conjunction, 6782, 6783.
To come to anyone d. communication 5249;
presence, 6063, 6089.
To come or enter to anyone d. presence and appearance, 7498, 7631.
To come or enter to anyone, when predicated of what is matrimonial, d. to be conjoined, 3914, 3918.
To come after them, when spoken of those who are in falsities from evil, d. an effort to bring on violence by the influx of falsity from evil, 8187.

Come Near, To (accedere). See To APPROACH.
To come near d. presence, also perception therefrom, 3572, 3574;
interior communication, 5883.
To approach unto God d. to think from the faith of charity concerning the Divine, 6843.

Come Together, To (coire).
The first that come together of the flock d. things spontaneous, 4029.
The next that come together d. things compulsory, 4031.
See To MEET (convenire).

Come to Pass, See CAME TO PASS, AND, and To MAKE.

Come Up, To. See To ASCEND,

Comeliness (decus).
Comeliness d. Divine Truth in the exterior form, also its splendour, so too the Spiritual Church: shown, 9815.

Comfort (consolatio).
There is consolation after temptation, and that is insinuated into good, 2821.
All consolation is by means of good, 2821, 2841.
To comfort d. to appease restlessness of mind with hope concerning anything, 3610;
hope, 6577, 6578.
To speak to the heart d. trust, 6578.

Comforter. See HOLY SPIRIT.

Command, To, Command (imperare, imperium). See LOVE OF SELF.
Concerning those who excite enmities and hatreds, that they might command, 5718.
No one in heaven wishes to command, but to minister: shown, 5732:2.
On account of the love of commanding and of gain they subject themselves to commands, 7364.
All evils are from the love of self, especially from the love of commanding: somewhat illustrated, 10038.
The most ancient peoples dwelt among themselves distinguished into nations, families, and houses, and did not know commands, because they were not in the love of self and of the world; on the state of their happiness of life, 10160.
There are two kinds of dominating-one is from love towards the neighbor, such is where the nations, families, and houses are, and this is the dominion of the Lord; the other, from the love of self and- the world, is among men, where they are congregated into one, and such an empire is in hell, 10814.

Command, To (praecipere).
To command d. influx, 5486;
and, on the part of the recipient, perception illustrated, 5732;
consent, 6105;
a precept of the Church, 6561;
lust, 7110;
when used respecting the Lord, d. a law of order, 10119.
To command and to say d. to reflect and therefrom to perceive, 3661, 3682.
Jehovah commanded d. that it was done for the sake of the Israelitish nation, and yet only permitted: illustrated, 10612.

Communication (communicatio).
There is a communication of joys in heaven, 549, 550.
There is a communication of all things of thought and affection, in the other life, 1390, 1391.
Communication takes place by means of real transmission, 1392;
and by means of removals, 1393.
In heaven communication of interior things is granted, 1399.
There are spirits and angels by means of whom communication takes place, 4047, 4048.

Communion of the Church (communio Ecclesiae).
What the communion of the Church is, 2853.

Companion (socius).
Brother and companion d. good and its truth: shown, 10490.
Man to a companion d. mutually, and the conjunction of good and truth, 10555.

Company. See ASSEMBLY.

Comparison (comparatio).
Things that signify serve also for comparison with the same thing: shown, 3579:5.
In the Word there are not metaphorical sayings or comparisons, but correspondences, 8989:11.

Compel, To (cogere).
A man ought to compel himself to resist evil, and to do good; otherwise he cannot receive the heavenly proprium, 1937, 1947.
To compel oneself is freedom, but not to be compelled, 1937:7, 1947.
They should compel themselves in many things, 7914.

Complaisance. See FLATTERY.

Conceal, To (celare). See To HIDE.

Conceive, To (concipere). See BIRTH, To BRING FORTH, GENERATION.
To conceive d. the first thing of origin, 6718.

Concubine (concubina).
Maidservants from whom children are procreated are called concubines; and it was allowed to procreate children from these, that those who are outside the Church might be represented, 2868.
It was permitted to those who were in externals, for the sake of representation, to add a concubine to a wife, but not to those who are in internals, and in good and truth, therefore, not to Christians, to whom it is adultery, 3246:6.
It is not allowed to have concubines for wives to-day, as it was with the Jews, 9002:3.
The spiritual are sd. by the sons of concubines, 3246.

Concupiscence (concupiscentia). See LUST.

Confess, Confession (confiteri, confessio).
What sacrifices of confession are, 3880:8.
There must be confession of sins, that man may be saved, 8387.
What confession of sins is; and it must be before God, 8388.
Universal confession is not the confession of repentance, 8390.
To confess, from which Judah was named, d., in the supreme sense, the Lord; in the internal sense, the Word; and in the external sense, doctrine therefrom; and what further to confess s.: shown, 3880;
and it d. the Divine of love and the Lord's Celestial Kingdom, 3880;
to acknowledge the Lord and those things which are His, thus this acknowledgment is doctrine from the Word, 3880;
the voice of celestial love: shown, 3880:4.

Confession (confessio). See under To CONFESS,

Confidence (confidentia). See also TRUST.
That confidence which, in an eminent sense, is called faith, is varied, and is possible even with the evil; but true confidence does not exist, except with those who are in love and charity, 4352:2, 4683:2, 6578.

Confirm, To (confirmare). See also PERCEPTION.
It does not belong to the wise man to confirm dogma, but to see first whether it is so, 4741:3, 7012.
The things which have been confirmed by doctrine and life, remain to eternity; an experience, 4747:2.
Falsities can be confirmed so that they appear entirely like truths, 5033, 6865:3.
Perception consists in seeing what is true and what is false, not in confirming, whatsoever it be, 7680:2, 7950:2.
All things can be confirmed; and it is not seen whether they are true, except by those who are affected by truth for the sake of the uses of life, 8521:2.
The light of confirmation is not the light of perception, but is a sensual light such as that of the infernals, if without the perception of what is true: illustrated, 8780:2.

Confound, To. See To DISTURB.

Conglutluation (conglutinatio).
The punishment of conglutination for the deceitful, 960.

Congregation (conqreqatio). See also MEETING.
Congregation is predicated respecting truth, and respecting falsity, 6355.
The assembly of Israel d. all truths and goods in the complex, 7830.
Assembly is predicated respecting good, and congregation respecting truth, 7843.
The congregation of the assembly of Israel d. those who are of the Spiritual Church, 7843.

Conjugial Love. See MARRIAGE.

Conjunction (conjunctio).
The conjunction of the Lord's Divine Essence with the Human is union, but that of the Lord with man is conjunction, 2021.
Conjunction is of good; adjunction is of natural truth with rational, 3514.
The process of the conjunction of one good with another is mutual acknowledgment, agreement, affection, initiation to conjunction, 3809, 3810.
Every conjunction requires a reciprocal, thus the reciprocal is consent, 6047.
See also under AFFECTION.

Connection. See AFFINITY.

Consanguinity (consanguinitas). See AFFINITY.

Conscience (conscientia).
See also BOND and PERCEPTION, and under ANGEL.

What Conscience is.
Conscience is the intermediate between the Lord and man, 1862.
Conscience is the new will and new understanding from the Lord, 4299.
Conscience is the boundary where the plane or terminated influx ends in the exterior rational, or in the interior natural, so that the Divine which flows in can rest there; but perception is in the interior rational, 5145:4.
Conscience is twofold: it is of good and truth, and of what is just and what is fair, 5145:4.

How and Where Conscience is formed
Conscience and dictate are from the combat of spirits and angels, 227.
Conscience is in the intellectual part, 863e, 865e, 875:3.
In the intellectual part the new will, which is conscience, is formed, 1023:2, 1043:4.
How conscience is formed by means of the truths of faith, 1077.
The Lord forms conscience by means of the truths of faith, but the conscience thereby is better in proportion as the truths of faith are more genuine, 2053:2, 2063e.
Conscience is formed in spiritual good and truth, also in what is just and fair, and in what is honest and becoming, which are goods that succeed one another, 2915.
Conscience is born of the truths of faith, and settles in the interior memory, where they become familiar, as those things which are in the body, 7935.
Whence conscience is, 1919:2.
Conscience is not possible without charity, 1919:2.

Conscience and Perception distinguished
He who has perception is acquainted with the singular of the particular, and the particular of the general truths; not so he who has conscience, 865.
What the difference between perception and conscience is, 2144:2.

Kinds of Conscience.
Conscience with a spiritual man is the conscience of what is right, 986e.
There is a true, a spurious, and a false conscience, 1033.
There is an interior conscience, which is of spiritual good and truth, and an exterior conscience, which is of what is just and fair; and there is a false conscience, when all things are done for the sake of self, 6207.
There are three planes into which the Lord operates: interior conscience, which is of spiritual good and truth, exterior conscience, which is of moral and civil or just and fair good and truth, and an outermost plane for the sake of those things which are of the love of self and the world; concerning which, 4167.

Conscience and Thought.
They who have conscience, and they who have not; whence they think, 1914:2.
They who have conscience, have their thought from conscience, 1919:2.
They who have conscience, have interior thought from the Lord; not they who have not conscience, 1935.
They who have not conscience, are not rational, 1914:3, 1944:2.
What thought from perception, from conscience, and from no conscience, is, 2515.

Conscience and Regeneration.
There are celestial, spiritual, and natural temptation, when conscience is assaulted, 847:2.
With man not regenerated there is no conscience; if there be any, of what quality it is, 977.
The quality of conscience with a regenerated man; and with one not regenerated there is no conscience; and if there were anything of conscience, of what quality it would be, 977:2.
If anything of anxiety is felt, when a man betakes himself to evil, it is an indication that he can be reformed, 5470:2.
They who do good from natural good, and not from the doctrine of religion, cannot be saved; and these have not conscience, 6208.

Doctrine of Conscience.
The doctrine of conscience, 9112-9122.
It is from the religion, 9112.
It is from the truths of faith according to their reception in the heart, 9113.
They who have conscience speak and do from the heart; and conscience is better with the enlightened and intelligent, 9114.
Conscience is the new will, and from charity, 9115.
Conscience is formed by means of the truths of faith, 9116.
The life of a spiritual man is from such a conscience, 9117.
They are in internal tranquillity and blessedness who do according to conscience; and contrariwise, 9118.
There is a conscience of good and a conscience of what is just; concerning which, 9119.
Two examples respecting gain and dignity, to illustrate what conscience is, 9120.
The quality of those who have not conscience: they do not know what conscience is, 9121.
They who, when in the world, had not conscience, have none in the other life, 9122.
Conscience is a plane or receptacle of influx of good from the Lord, 9122.

Various Particulars
Adulterers have no conscience, 827;
neither have sorceresses or sirens, 8312.
They who are in the habitation of dragons say that worship and the Word are to hold the vulgar in the bond of conscience, 950.
The evil, in the other life, cannot be punished by means of conscience; they who have conscience are among the happy, 965.
Evil genii and spirits especially endeavour to destroy conscience, 1820:2.
The Lord rules man by means of conscience, and when that becomes inactive, by means of external bonds, 1835:2.
They who have conscience are all in the good of charity, 2380:2.
Concerning the simple in faith, who have lived in conjugial love from conscience; they come into heaven, 2759.
They who have conscience do not swear, still less they who have perception; wherefore it was forbidden by the Lord to swear, 2842:9.
The conscience of truth is from the good which is from truth, 4390.
They who are of the Spiritual Church have a conscience of truth, 8081.
They who are without conscience are in externals alone, 4459:3.
The conscientious (concerning whom) correspond to the pituitary parts of the brain, 5386.
Concerning the conscientious; of what quality they are in the other life, 5724.
The influx of angels is into those things which belong to man's conscience, 6207, 6213.
They who are in false conscience or in external bonds, can perform more eminent duties well, and do goods according to those bonds, 6207.
Merely natural men deride trouble on account of the privation of truth and good, because to them these things are as nothing: illustrated, 7217.

Consent (consensus).
That truth may be conjoined to good there must be consent from the understanding and the will; when it is from the will there is conjunction, 3157:2, 3158:2.

Consolation. See COMFORT.

Constellations, See STARS,

Consternation. See FEAR.

Consummation (consummatio).
What evil consummated is, and what consummation is, 1857.
What consummation is: namely, when evil is brought to its height, thus in general or in the Churches; concerning which, 2243.
What consummation is; in general it is the end of the Church, and, in particular, the end of everyone of whom it is spoken: shown, 10622.
The consummation of the age and the coming of the Lord is the last time of a former Church, and the first of a new, 4535:3, 10622:3.

Contempt (contemptus).
Contempt of others more than self, see LOVE OF SELF.

Contend, To. See To DISPUTE.

Contingencies, See HAPPENINGS,

Continually (juge). See also To-DAY.
Continually d. all and in all: illustrated and shown, 10133.

Contrive, To. See To PLOT.

Converse, To. See under To SPEAK.

Convocation (convocatio).
Holy convocation d. congregation, that all might be together, 7891.
See also To MEET (convenire) and ASSEMBLY.

Cook, To. See To BOIL.

Copper (cuprum). See BRASS,

Cord (funis).
Cords d. things that conjoin: briefly shown, 9777:2;
conjunction: shown, 9854;
indissoluble conjunction, 9880.

Corn (frumentum). See also CROP.
Corn d. natural good, and must d. natural truth: shown, 3580.
Corn d. the good of truth, 5295, 5410;
the truth of good; why, and when, 5959.
Provision d. the truth of the Church, 5402.
Abundance of provision d. multiplication of truth, 5276, 5278, 5280, 5292.

Corners (anguli).
Corners d. firmness and strength: shown, 9494.
Four corners or four winds d. all things of truth, and of good, 9642.

Corporeal. See BODY.

Correspondence and Representation (correspondentia et representatio).

The Science of Correspondence.
What correspondences are, 2763:2.
How far the science of representations and correspondences excels other sciences, 4280:2.
The science of correspondences was with the Orientals: shown; but it was afterwards obliterated, chiefly in Europe, 10252:6.
Because men doubt respecting heaven and hell, it cannot be known what influx therefrom is, nor what correspondences are, 4322.

Correspondences, Representatives, and Significatives
The laws laid down concerning servants refer to the correspondences, representatives, and significatives, 2567:7.
Concerning representatives and correspondences, 2987-3003, 3213-3227 (see REPRESENTATION), 3337-3352, 3472-3485.
Representations and correspondences are of spiritual things in natural things; this can be known from many things with man, and with which man is acquainted, 4044, 4053.
All things which are in the world in its three kingdoms are representative of spiritual and celestial things of the Lord's kingdom: references cited, 9280;
and there are correspondences of all things: references cited, 9280.

Internal and External.
What things in the external correspond or do not correspond to the internal man, 1563:2, 1568.
The rational appears to itself to see nothing, unless the natural corresponds, 3493:3.
There is a correspondence of higher things in exterior things; and in the composition of administering means there must be a correspondence: illustrated from end, cause, and effect, 5131.
If there be not a correspondence, the internal appears to the external to be estranged and hard: illustrated, 5422, 5423;
illustrated by examples, 5511.
By means of correspondences a conjunction of internals and externals takes place, 8610.
By means of correspondences heaven is conjoined with earth, 8615:2.

Correspondences, the Word, and Worship.
Many things in the Word have arisen from representatives in the other life, and from correspondences, 2763.
The literal sense and the internal sense of the Word correspond, 3131:2.
When a man is in what is holy of the Holy Supper, he is in correspondence with the angels, 3464:2.
Correspondences have the greatest force, and, therefore, the Word was written by means of pure correspondences, 8615:3.

Correspondences and Man.
There is one life, and to that life correspond forms which are substances or organs that are of a quality that corresponds, and this is the correspondence of life with its organs, 3484.
Gestures correspond to internal affections; concerning which, 4215:2.
There is a correspondence in each organic form in the body, and in the parts of their parts, 4222;
with their functions, and, therefore, with their forms, 4223, 4224;
not only with the organic forms seen, but also with those unseen, by means of which there are internal sight and affections, 4224.
Civil life corresponds with spiritual life: illustrated, 4366.
Concerning the correspondence of man, and of all things with man, with heaven : references cited, 10030e.
There are correspondences of all members of the body with heaven: shown from the statue of Nebuchadnezzar, 10030:3;
and the head corresponds to the inmost heaven, the breast and body to the middle heaven, and the legs and feet to the lowest heaven, 10030:3.

Correspondence and the Grand Man.
Continuation concerning the Grand Man and the correspondence of the heart and lungs, 3883-3896.
Continuation concerning the correspondence with the cerebrum and cerebellum, 4039-4055.
Continuation concerning the Grand Man and correspondence in general, 4218-4228.
On the correspondence of the general senses, voluntary and involuntary, 4326 and following.
Concerning the correspondence of the eye with the understanding and truths, and the correspondence with light, 4403-4420.
Concerning the correspondence of sight, the eye, and light with the Grand Man, 4523-4534.
Continuation concerning the Grand Man, and the correspondence of scent and the nostrils therewith, 4624-4634.
General societies are what constitute heaven; and in each society are they who correspond to the Grand Man, 4625.
Who they are that correspond to the mucus of the nostrils, 4627.
Concerning the correspondence of hearing and the ears with the Grand Man, 4652-4660.
See EAR.
Concerning the correspondence with taste, the tongue, and the face, 4791-4806.
Concerning the correspondence of the hands, arms, shoulders, feet, soles, and heels with the Grand Man, 4931-4953.
Concerning the correspondence of the loins and genitals with the Grand Man, 5050-5062.
Concerning the correspondence of the interior viscera of the body with the Grand Man, 5171-5190.
From the situation and influx it can be known to what provinces angelic societies belong, 5171.
Concerning the correspondence of the peritoneum, kidneys, and bladder with the Grand Man, 5377-5396.
Nothing exists in the natural world which has not a correspondence with the spiritual world: illustrated, 5377:2.
Concerning the correspondence with the skin, bones, and hairs, 5552-5573.

The Lord and Man.
Between the Lord and man there is a parallelism and correspondence as to celestial things, 1831;
not as to spiritual, 1832.
Heaven corresponds to the Lord; and man, as to all and everything, to heaven; and hence heaven is the Grand Man, 3624-3649.
See MAN (homo).
The Lord is the Sun of heaven, and therefrom is the light in which is intelligence, and heat in which is love, and hence correspondences, 3636, 3643.

Corrupt, To (corrumpere).
To corrupt is predicated concerning those things which pertain to the understanding, thus concerning persuasions, 622.
To be corrupted d. to avert oneself from the Divine, 10420.

Cortical Substance. See BRAIN.

Cottages, See HUTS,

Countenance (vultus). See FACE.
To be affected by the countenance of another is not from the countenance, but by the mind which thus shines forth, 3527.
The face by its various expressions represents both man's thought and his will, 4292:4.
From the expressions of the face with the sincere the state of their interiors can be seen, 4292:4.
The faces or countenances s. states of the thoughts and states of the affections, 4066e.

Country, Native (patria).
The native country is the neighbour, 6819, 6821.
He who loves his native country, in the other life loves the Lord's kingdom, for it is then to him his native country, 6821.

Court (atrium).
The court of a dwelling d. the lowest heaven: shown, 9741.
There was an exterior court and an interior; the latter stands for the Celestial Kingdom, and the former for the Spiritual Kingdom: shown, 9741:3.
The court d. the external of each heaven: illustrated, 9741:3.
In the exterior court there are those who are in the good of faith; concerning whom, 9741, 9742.

Covenant (faedus). See also under ABRAM.
The rites were signs of the covenant, 1038:8.
All external rites were signs of the covenant, 2037.
The covenant was made by means of internal things, 1038:6.
Things were halved, and the two parts placed over against each other, when a covenant was entered into, as for instance the tables on which the law was inscribed: shown, 9416.
The covenant is, in the strict sense, the ten commandments; in the broader sense, those things which were commanded from Mount Sinai, and the books of Moses; if by means of them there is a covenant, it is conjunction, which are signs of the covenant; and the covenant on the Lord's part is mercy and election: shown, 6804:5.
Because conjunction of the Lord with man is by means of the Word, it is called the Covenant; as also the law, the tables, and the ark where the law was: shown, 9396.
Covenant s. the conjunction and presence of the Lord in man by means of love, as also regeneration; covenants also rd. this, 665, 666, 1023;
d. the presence and conjunction of the Lord by means of love and charity, 1038;
conjunction; the Lord does not contract a covenant with man, 1864;
conjunction, connection, and union, 1996, 2003, 2021;
conjunction: references, 10632.
The covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, d. conjunction by means of the Divine Human of the Lord, 6804.
Conjunction with the Divine is rd. by a covenant from Jehovah with the people, and d. the reception of influx by means of correspondence, and conjunction: shown, 8778.
To keep the covenant d. to be conjoined, when spoken of the Lord: shown, 8767.
To contract a covenant d. communication, 9344.

Cover (tegurnentum). See VEIL.

Covering (velamen). See VEIL.

Covet, To. See Lust.

Covetous, See under AVARICE.

Cow (vacca).
Cows d. natural truths, 5198;
and also falsities, 5202:3

Craftsman. See ARTIFICER.

Create, To (creare).
The distinction between "to create" and "to make," 472.
The historicals of creation in the first chapters of Genesis are made historicals: illustrated from various things there, 8891:2, 9942:4.
In the first chapters of Genesis the institution of the Celestial Church is described, 10545.
To create d. to regenerate, 16, 88e; to reform and to regenerate man: shown, 10373:2;
to be anew; to form d. a quality; and to make d. the effect, 10373:2.
To be created d. to be from the Divine from first to last things, or from inmost to outermost things, 10634.

Creation, History of. See ADAM and ANGEL.

Creeping Thing. See REPTILE.

Crimson (purpura).
Crimson d. the celestial love of good: shown, 9467.

Critic (criticus).
The ideas of critics appear in the spiritual world like a texture of cut-off threads, 6621.

Crop (seges). See HARVEST.
Standing crop d. truth in conception: shown, 9146.

Cross (crux).
The cross d. Truth Divine, which was treated by the Jews with contumely, scourged, and crucified, 2813.
The passion of the cross was the last of temptation, and not according to the faith of to-day: illustrated, 10659.

Crowd (turba).
Mixed crowd d. goods not genuine, and the nations with whom are such goods, 7975.

Crown (corona).
Crown d. the Divine Good from which the Divine Truth is, 9930:3.

Cruelty (crudelitas).
Concerning the hells of those who lived in cruelty, see HELL.
Adulterers are cruel, and contrariwise, 824.
The cruelties into which phantasies are turned in the other life, 954.
The hell of cruel adulterers is under the right foot, where are such of the Jewish nation; from experience, 5057;
how cruelly they treated the nations, from delight, 5057.
The cruel are in the excrementitious hells, and there are cadaverous things there, 5394.

Cry (clamor).
Cry d. falsity, sin d. evil: shown, 2240.
The cry in Matth. xxv. 6, d. a change in the Church, 46384.
A cry went up to God d. that they were heard, 6802.
A cry is come to God d. compassion, 6862.
A great cry d. interior lamentation, 7782.
To cry d. confession and acknowledgment by faith: shown, 5323;
nearly effected, 5870;
imploration, 6801;
thought with the full intention of doing, 7119;
to express indignation, 7142;
intercession, 8179;
supplication from grief, 8353.
To cry from heaven d. to comfort, 2821, 2841.
To cry with a great voice d. aversion, 375, 5016, 5018, 5027.
To cry is predicated of need, 5365.
Supplication from good is heard as a cry in heaven; and that from evil, in hell, 9202.

Cunning (astus). See DECEIT

Cup (caliz). See BOWL.

Cure, To (curare). See To HEAL.

Curse, To (maledicere).
The Lord curses none, but is merciful to all, 1093.
Cursed s. to turn oneself away from what is heavenly, and to turn towards what is corporeal, 245, 379, 1423.
They are called cursed who avert themselves, 5071.
Not to curse God d. not to blaspheme Divine truths, 9221.
A curse d. disjunction, 3530, 3584.

Curtains (aulaea).
Curtains of a dwelling d. truths: shown, 9595, 9596:3.
To stretch out the heavens and to expand the earth d. to regenerate, or to give the new intellectual and the new voluntary; and the same is meant when it is said to expand the curtains of the dwelling: shown, 9596:3.
The edge of a curtain d. the sphere of truth, 9606.
Hangings d. such truths as are in the ultimate heaven, 9756.

Cush (Cusch, Kusch).
What Cush, or Ethiopia s., 116, 117, 1163, 1164, 1166.

Custody, To Guard (custodia, custodire). See PRISON.
To be given into custody d. rejection, 5083, 5101;
separation, 5456.
Watehmen and custody are predicated of the Lord, also of prophets and priests, thus of the Word: shown, 8211:5.
To guard d. memory, 9149;
to hold in bonds, 9096.
To keep the precepts, and similar things, d. to live according to them: illustrated, 8767.
To keep, when spoken of the Lord, d. Providence and guarding, 9304.

Cut Asunder, To. See To CLEAVE (findere).

Cuticular. See SKIN.

Cutters of Wood, See HEWERS OF WOOD,