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Habergeon (lorica).
Habergeon d. what is strong and secure from injury, 9916.

Habit (habitus).
Things which induce habit with a man, enter from the external memory into the internal, 9723.

Habitation. See DWELLING.

Hagar (Hagar).
Hagar d. the life of the exterior man, and means a sojourner, 1892, 1909;
the affection of the cognitions of truth, 2691.

Hail (grando).
Hail and rain of hail d. falsities from evils, and thence a curse, and also the vastation of truth and good: shown, 7553.
Hail d. such falsities as destroy the truths and goods oft he Church, 7574.

Hair (capillus, coma, crinis). See HAIR (pilus).

Hair (pilus). See also To COMB, and BALDNESS.
The prophets were clad in a hairy coat; and why, 3301:2.
See also NAZARITE.
Angels appear becomingly arrayed in hair (coma), 5569.
Women who have made everything to consist in things becoming, appear with their hair spread over the face, which they also comb, 5570.
They who have been merely natural have no face, but in its place something long-haired (crinitum), 5571.
Concerning the Dutch that are merely natural, and such as believe nothing respecting spiritual life; and they also have something long-haired in place of a face, 5573.
Hairs, the natural as to truth: shown, 3301.
Hair s. this because the natural is as the excrescences from the internals, just as hair is from the ultimates of man, 3301.
Hair d. the truth of the natural perverted, and falsity: shown, 3301:7;
the natural; and to poll d. to accommodate, and to reject the unbecoming: shown, 5247.
Long hair (crinis) and hair, because it is the ultimate, s. the whole: shown, 10044:2.
Concerning the correspondence of the hair (capillus) with the Grand Man, 5569-5573.
Baldness d. no natural truth: shown, 3301:9.

Hair, Grey (canities).
Grey hair d. the last of the Church: shown, 5550.

Half (dimidium).
The half in a shekel d. all things, because it was ten gerahs; concerning which, 10221.
Half of a number d. as much as is correspondent, also as much as is sufficient, and something, 10255.

Halt, To Halt (claudus, claudicare).
To halt d. to be in good in which as yet there are no genuine truths, but still general truths, in which they can be insinuated, and such as do not disagree with genuine truths; thus the halt d. those who are in good, but not genuine good, on account of ignorance of truth, in which good are the gentiles who live in mutual charity: shown, 4302.
The halt also, in the opposite sense, d. those who are in no good, and therefrom in no truth: shown, 4302:8.
There is a difference between halting and being halt, 4302:8.
To halt upon the thigh, in the internal historical sense, d. that goods and truths were destroyed, 4314.

Ham (Cham).
Ham s. those who separate faith from charity, 1062, 1063;
d. the Church corrupted, 1076.
What further Ham s., 1140, 1141, 1162.
What is the difference between Cain and Ham, 1179:2.
They who have separated faith from charity cast themselves into falsities and evils; and this was rd. by Cain and Abel, by Ham and Canaan, by Reuben, and by the Egyptians, whose first-born were slain, 3325:11.

Hamor (Chamor).
Hamor, the father of Shechem, d. the origin of interior truth from a Divine stock, 4399, 4454.
Hamor, the Hivite, the father of Shechem, d. interior truth from ancient time 4431.
Hamor d. the good of the Church with the ancients, 4447;
life; and Shechem d. doctrine, 4472.
Hamor and Shechem were slain, because they accepted externals, 4493:5.

Hand (manus). See RIGHT HAND.
Power, thus the hand, is predicated respecting truth, 3091.
Hands are predicated respecting good, because all the power belonging to truth is from good, 3563.
To place the hand upon the head in blessing is from an ancient ritual, because the head is where the intellectual and voluntary are, and the body where act and obedience are, 6292.
See also POWER, SHOULDER, and ARM.
Concerning the correspondence of the hands, arms, and shoulders with the Grand Man, 4931-4937.
They who correspond to the hands are they who are powers by means of the truth of faith from good; thus the hands d. powers, 4932.
By the hand is sd. power, and therefrom confidence, 878.
Hand d. the will, 8066;
power, and is predicated respecting truths from good, and whatever is with man, thus the whole: references are to be seen, 10019;
the proprium, 10405.
Hand, when spoken of respecting Jehovah, d. omnipotence, 878:3;
thence was the rite of laying on hands, 878:7.
Hand d. power proceeding from the Divine Rational of the Lord, thus the interior power; rod d. power proceeding from His Divine Natural, thus the exterior power, 6947.
Rod d. the power of the natural; hand d. the power of the spiritual, 7011.
The arms with the shoulders, hands, and fingers d. powers, 7518.
What the thumb of the hand, and the fingers of the hand s., 10062.
The work of the hands d. what is from the proprium: shown, 10406:11.
The right hand of Jehovah d. omnipotence, and is predicated respecting the Lord as to Divine Truth: shown, 8281.
The hand of Jehovah against anyone d. plague, punishment, also vastation, 7502.
A high hand d. Divine Power: shown, 8153.
Under the hand of anyone d. at the disposal, 5296.
With a strong hand d. all force and power, 7188, 7189.
In the strength of Jehovah's hand d. from the Divine Power of the Lord, 8050;
also a strong hand, 8069.
Under the hand d. under view, 9035.
In the hand d. what is with him, because what is in the power is with him, thus himself; thus to sit on the right hand of the Father, when used respecting the Lord, d. the Father Himself, 9133.
To sit on the right hand d. a state of power, 3387:4.
To sit on the right hand of God d. omnipotence, 7518.
To raise the hand d. power in the spiritual; to lift up the foot d. power in the natural, 5327, 5328.
To send by means of the hand d. mediately, 6996.
To speak by means of the hand of anyone d. by that means, or mediately: shown, 7619.
To stretch out a hand or rod towards heaven d. turning to, and the approach of heaven, 7568, 7572.
To spread out the palms, when done for another, d. intercession, 7596.
To stretch out the hand d. the dominion of power; in the supreme sense, unlimited power, and also to stretch out: shown, 7673.
To lay the hand upon the head of the beast which was to be sacrificed d. what is representative of the reception of Divine Good and Truth, 10023.
To lay the hand upon anyone or anything d. its communication, transference, and reception of the thing which is treated of: shown, 10023.
To place the hand with anyone d. obedience, 9249.
To place upon the hollows of Aaron's hands d. the acknowledgment that it is the Lord's, 10082.
To give into his hand d. to confide, and as much as is in his power, 5544.
To fill the hand d. to represent the Lord as to truth, 9955;
what is communicative and receptive of Divine Truth from the Lord, 10493;
purification from evils and falsities: shown, 10076:8;
what is representative of the Lord's Divine Power, in the heavens, by means of Divine Truth proceeding from the Divine Good of the Lord, and what is communicative and receptive of it there: shown, 10076;
another state of the Lord's glorification, 10076.
Filling the hand d. inauguration to represent the Divine Truth from the Divine Good of the Lord, and therefrom power: illustrated, 10019.
The hollows of the hands d. full power, 10082.
The fist d. full power by means of truth from good, and by means of falsity from evil: briefly shown, 9025.
To wash the hands and feet d. interiors and exteriors, 10241.
Of that which came into the hand d. those things which are of Providence, thus Divine things, 4262.

Hand Left. See LEFT HAND,

Handles, See HOOKS,

Handmaid, See MAIDSERVANT.

Hang, To (suspendere).
Hanging was on account of evil, and stoning on account of falsity, 5156e.
Hanging on wood d. rejection and condemnation: shown, 5156.
Hanging before the sun d. the penalty of profanation, 10652e.

Hangings (tapetes). See CURTAINS,

Happenings (contingentia).
Happenings d. all things from Providence; and they belong to Providence, 5508.

Happiness of Heaven (felicitas caeli). See HEAVEN.
Heavenly happiness consists in doing good without recompense, 6388;
shown, 6391, 6392.
Heavenly happiness is from heavenly loves, and is internal, 6408.
It consists in activity, and not in idleness, 6410.
How great the happiness of heaven is, and whence it is, 10722, 10723, 10724.

Haran (Charan).
What Haran s., 1430.
Haran d. external good, 3691.
Laban in Haran d. the affection of external, or corporeal good, properly, collateral good of a common stock, 3612.

Hard (durum).
Falsity from evil, in the other life, appears as a hard thing, but truth from good as what is soft, 6359.

Harden, To (indurare).
To harden d. obstinacy, 7272, 7305.
To make the heart heavy d. to make oneself obstinate from falsity; to make the heart stubborn d. from evil, 7616.

Hardness (callus).
How the hardnesses of the memories appear in the other life, 2492.
Pains are felt in various places of the skull, from falsities which are from lusts, 5563.

Harlot (meretrix). See ADULTERY.
Girls who become prostitutes have an instructor with them, 1113.
Harlot d. falsity, 4865.
Adulteries d. adulterations of good, and whoredoms d. falsifications of truth: shown, 2466.
The falsifications of truth, which are sd. by whoredoms, are effected in three ways; concerning which, 10648:2.
Whoredoms d. falsifications of truth; shown, 10648.
To commit whoredom d. at first illegitimate conjunction, and afterwards profanation, 10652.

Harm, To Do (malefacere).
Not to do harm, when it is predicated respecting the Lord, d. not to be able to hinder, 4078.

Harmony (harmonia).
Every one thing is from many things, and indeed from the harmony of many things; but such as the harmony is, so is the one thing, 457, 687.

Harp (cithara).
By the harp, the pipe, and the stringed instrument are s. the spiritual things of faith, 418, 419, 420.
Harp is predicated respecting spiritual good, 4138.

Harvest (messis).
Harvest d. the state of the whole human race as to the reception of the truth of faith in good, also a similar state of the Church, and a similar state of the man of the Church, and a similar state of good: shown, 9295:3.
The harvest of wheat d. an advancing state of love and charity, 3941.
Concerning the festival of the first-fruits of the harvest, 9294, 9295. See FESTIVAL.

Hasty (festinum). See QUICKLY.

Hatchet. See AXE.

Hatred (odium). See LOVE OF SELF AND THE WORLD, and HELL.
As love constitutes heaven, so hatred constitutes hell, 693, 694.
Concerning the hells of those who live in hatred, see HELL.
Concerning those who have hatred of one another in the other life, 5061.
In hatred there is murder of man, 10102, 1011.
The spheres of those who are in hatred is poisonous, 1512.
Man, from the delight which is in hatred, does not believe it is infernal, 1860.
The forms of hatred and of charity can never be together, 1860:2.
They who have hatred towards anyone, although without cause, recur to it in the other life, and there breathe his destruction; from experience, 5061.
Hatred d. aversion, and when predicated respecting the Lord it d. mercy: shown, 3605;
contempt and aversion, 4681, 4684.
To have hatred d. to reject, 6558.

Haughtiness, See ARROGANCE.

Havilah (Chavilah).
What Havilah s., 115.

Hazel (corylus).
Hazel d. natural truth, 4014.

Hazor, Kingdoms of (Chazoris regna).
What the kingdoms of Hazor s., 3048:6.

Head (caput).
To place the hand upon the head in blessings was a ritual from ancient time, because the head is where the intellectual and voluntary are, and the body where the act and compliance are, 6292.
When a man is being resuscitated two angels sit by his head, 172-174.
Celestial things constitute the head; spiritual things, the body; and natural things, the feet, 4938, 4939.
The head in the Grand Man is the inmost, thus the celestial heaven; the body is the middle, thus the spiritual heaven; and the feet are the ultimate, or natural heaven, 5328.
The head d. the interiors: illustrated and shown, 9656;
the whole man: shown, 10011, 10044;
the truth which a man makes of his own faith, thus the truth of faith: shortly shown, 9166:7;
the interiors; and the body d. the exteriors: illustrated, 6436.
The head, when used in reference to months, d. the principal, because the first, 7827, 7828.
What the head of the month s., see MONTH.
The head of the serpent d. the domination of evil, 257.
The head of the ladder d. heaven, 3700.
The head upon the legs and upon the midst, in sacrifices, d. from inmost to external, 7859.
From the head through the neck into the body c. to the influx of the Celestial Kingdom into the Spiritual Kingdom, 9913, 9914.
Anointing upon the head rd. upon the whole Human of the Lord; and concerning the anointing of the head in inaugurations, 10011.
To lift up the head d. what is provided and concluded; and whence it was a form of judgment to life or to death: shown, 5124;
d. what is concluded from what is provided and what is foreseen, 5155-5162.

Head-Tire. See MITRE.

Heal, To, Healing (sanare, sanatio). See DISEASE.
To heal d. to restore and to preserve from evils, 8365.
Healings of diseases, in the Word, d. restitutions of spiritual life: shown, 9031.

Heap (acervus). See also under ALTAR.
In ancient times they had heaps; and afterwards altars in their place, 4192.
Heap d. good, 4192;
truth and good received, 9145.
Standing corn d. truth and good in conception, 9146.

Hearing (auditus). See SENSE, SPEECH.
The organic forms of spirits are not where they appear to be: illustrated from hearing and seeing, 1378.
Concerning the correspondence of hearing and the ear with the Grand Man, 4652-4660. See EAR.
To hear d. to obey, and also to apperceive; it d. both: shown, 5017;
to have hope, 7065;
to receive from faith and obedience, 7216;
to receive in the memory and to be instructed, also to receive in the understanding and to believe, as also to receive in obedience and to do: shown, 9311;
to obey; and the ear d. obedience, 2542.
To hear, when predicated respecting the Lord, d. Providence, 3966e;
to bring the aid of mercy, 6852.
To hear in speaking d. influx, so that in the highest sense it d. life, 3507;
in the supreme sense, Providence in the internal sense, faith in the will; in the interior sense, obedience: shown, 3869.
To hear anyone d. Divine Love, 3954.
To hear, when it is conjoined with to do, d. to perceive, to understand, and to have faith: shown; and, when without to do, it d. to obey, 8361.
To hear the voice of the Lord d. instruction respecting the precepts of faith, and reception, 9311.
Not to hear d. not to be received, 5471, 5475.
"God hath judged me and also hath heard my voice," from which Dan is named, s., in the highest sense, justice and mercy; in the internal sense, the holy of faith; in the external sense, the good of life, 3921.
To be heard d. influx, 9926.
The ear, in the supreme sense, d. Providence; and the eye, Foresight: shown, 3869:14.

Hearken, To. See To OBEY.

Heart (cor).
When a man is being resuscitated celestial angels occupy the province of the heart, 170, 172, 176.
Concerning the Grand Man and the correspondence of the heart and lungs, 3883-3896.
The general operations of heaven with man are observed to be into the brain, the lungs, the heart, and the kidneys, 3884.
The alternations of the heart insinuate themselves into the pulmonic actions, 3884:3.
In heaven there is a beating of the heart, and a breathing, 3884:4.
The beating of the heart, and the breathing were observed in heaven, 3885.
The twofold beatings and breathings in heaven are according to the societies, and their states of faith and love, 3886, 3887:2.
The discourse of the celestial angels is perceived by the spiritual angels as a beating of the heart, 3886.
In heaven there are two Kingdoms, the Celestial and the Spiritual; and the celestial angels pertain to the province of the heart, and the spiritual to the lungs, 3887.
The influx of the heart is into the lungs, similarly into the whole body, and is as the good of love and the truth of faith, 3887:2-3890.
The heart s. to the will, and breathing c. to the understanding, 3888.
An experience respecting the correspondence of the heart with those things which belong to love, and of the lungs with those which belong to faith, 3889.
The communication of truth and good in the understanding and will is like that of the heart and lungs, 9300:2, 9495.
The heart d. the inmost, because it is of the will, thus of love, 7542;
the will, 9113;
love and the will, 10336.
The heart c. to celestial things; and the lungs, to spiritual, 3635.
The heart d. the life of love, and the soul d. the life of faith: shown, 9050.
From the heart and soul d. from all the will and understanding, 2930:2.
What to support the heart s., 2166.
What to steal the heart s., 4112, 4113, 4133.
To speak to the heart d. confidence, 6578.
To go forth from the heart d. from the will, 8910:3.
To harden and be stubborn of heart d. obstinacy, 7272, 7300, 7305.
To be heavy of heart d. to be obstinate from falsity; to be stubborn of heart d. to be obstinate from evil, 7616.
To be in the mouth d. what is exterior, and proceeds from truth; to be in the heart d. that which is interior, and proceeds from good, 3313.

Heat (aestus). See FIRE.

Heat (calor). See FIRE and FLAME.
Heat is tempered in Mercury; it comes from the height and density of the aerial atmosphere, and from the direct or oblique incidence of the sun's rays, not from nearness, 7177.
As lights are of two origins, so also are heats of two sources, or from the two suns, 3338.
There are two origins of heat, or fire: namely, the sun of the world, and the Sun of heaven; and this heat is understood in the Word, and is love in both senses 5215:2.
See also FIRE and FLAME.
The Lord is the Sun of heaven, and the light in which is intelligence, and the heat in which is love are therefrom; and thence are the correspondences, 3636, 3643.
Heats there are loves, or affections, 3338;
and as loves and affections they are from influx of the Lord's life, 3338.
Spiritual light and spiritual heat make man's life; concerning which: illustrated, 6032.
Vital heat is love, 6314. See also FIRE.
The angels are in light and heat, and the more they are in these, the more they are, in intelligence and wisdom, because they are nearer the Lord, 3339.
As it is with the degrees of light with man, so it is in the degrees of spiritual heat with him, 6314.
From love there is heat; and love is spiritual heat; but as the love is so is the heat, 2146.
They who have been delighted with the Word, have heat according to the delight, 1773.
Heaven is in light and heat, hell is in thick darkness and cold, 3643.
In the hells there is also heat, but like that of a filthy bath, 3340. See COLD.
The evil can produce heat, but it is excrementitious, 1773:3.
There is heat in the quarter where those who are lascivious, but who have not extinguished the desire of procreating offspring, abide, 2757.
Mowers of grass seek heat from others, but in vain; wherefore they acquire it to themselves by means of mowing, 1111.
The sun growing hot d. increasing concupiscence, 8487.
To be heated d. ardour of affection, 4018;
also its effect, 4019.
The first coming together d. to be heated, See also To COME TOGETHER.

Heaven (caelum). See ANGEL.

Lack of Knowledge respecting Heaven.
Experiences showing that men have so general an idea respecting heaven and heavenly joy that it is no idea, 449.
Some suppose it is on high, and thence governs lower things, 450;
some that it consists in commanding, 450, 451;
some that it consists in an idle life; but it consists in active life, and in performing the works of charity, such as the angels do, 454;
some that it consists in the light of glory, 455;
and some that it consists in praising and celebrating the Lord; concerning which, 456.
All are ignorant of what heaven is, and that it is mutual love and the joy therefrom, 537, 540, 547.
Heaven is mutual love, 2130:2.

The General Doctrine respecting Heaven.
The doctrinal concerning heaven, 10714-10724.
Love and faith make life, 10714.
The love of good and the faith of truth make the life of heaven, 10715.
The Divine of the Lord makes heaven, 10716, 10721.
They who receive heaven in themselves come into heaven, 10717;
these will good to all for the sake of good and truth; others will evil to all, 10718.
Heaven is in the internal, not in the external apart from it, 10719.
In the other life the internal is laid open, so as to show whether heaven or hell is in it, 10720.
Love to the Lord, and towards the neighbour, and thence faith from the Lord, make heaven with man, 10721.
Love and faith have in themselves heavenly joy, 10722.
In the heavens there is a communication of all things, thence so great peace, intelligence, wisdom, and happiness, 10723.
They who are in the loves of self and of the world, do not apprehend that in these there is so great happiness, 10724.

Admission into Heaven.
The souls of those who are good are led into heaven, some slowly, and some more quickly, 317.
Two examples showing that some enter heaven immediately after death, 318, 319.
Some suppose that they are to be admitted into heaven by a door, 453.
They are prepared that they may be admitted, 2130:2.
How dangerous it is to come to heaven, unless they are prepared; from experience, 537-539, 784:2.
They cannot be received into heaven who are in a life of evil, neither can they be instructed; if they could, and received faith, all would enter heaven, 2401:4.
If heaven were granted from immediate mercy, it would be granted to all, 2401:2.
Concerning some evil ones who believed heaven is granted to everyone from immediate mercy, cast down out of heaven, 4226.
Heaven is not granted from immediate mercy, but according to the life, 5057:2, 10659:4.
The evil cannot even approach heaven, 1397;
nor can they endure the presence of an angel, 1271, 1398.
The hells are removed from the heavens, by which means they are able to sustain the presence of Divine Love from the Lord, 4299:2, 7519:2, 7738, 7989, 8306, 9327:3.
Infernals cannot enter heaven on account of the contrariety of spheres, 10187.
A certain adulterer approaching heaven was rejected, 539.
What was perceived in heaven; an experience, 546.
The upright are instructed in the cognitions of good and truth, before they are carried forward into heaven, 1802:3.
In some instances the externals are lulled to sleep, so that they may be intromitted into heaven, 1982.
How they are received by the angels, and how they come, from freedom, into a suitable society, 2131.
Divine Good would elevate all to heaven, but Truth condemns all to hell, 2258:2.
No one is admitted into heaven by thinking alone, but by willing and doing good at the same time, 2359, 2401:2.
The state of those who, after vastation, come into heaven, 2699:2.
No one is admitted into heaven unless he has something of innocence, 4797:2.
Evils and falsities are removed from those who are elevated into heaven, and goods and truths from those who are cast down into hell: shown, 9330:2.

Happiness in Heaven.
The least is the greatest, because the most happy, 452, 1419;
but heaven consists in being the least, not the greatest, 452.
The heavenly joys in the first heaven, only the most universal, were computed at four hundred and seventy-eight, 457.
The quality of heavenly joy is described, 540, 541, 544, 545.
The upright are informed what heaven and heavenly joy are, 540.
They who are not such are sometimes carried into heaven, but do not remain, 541, 542.
The most heavenly joy of one is small with respect to others, 543.
In heaven there is the most exquisite communication and perception of happiness, 549.
In the heavens there is communication of the goods of all, since heavenly love communicates all its things to another, 550, 1390-1392, 10130, 10723.
Concerning the extension of love in collateral things, in the heavens, and from one into another: illustrated, 9961.
In the other life all things are communicated, and received or rejected, according to loves: illustrated, 10130:2.
The state of peace in the heavens is as a state of dawn and spring on the earths, 1726, 2780, 5662:2.
Heaven is never closed to eternity, but the more there are therein, the more happy they are, 2130.
The Lord's kingdom is a kingdom of uses, 1103:2, 3645, 4054, 7038.

The Divisions of Heaven.
There are three heavens,-the inmost, the middle, and the ultimate, or the third, second, and first, 684;
and the angels there are celestial and spiritual, 459.
The angels of the three heavens are subordinate to each other, but not with a subordination of rule, 1752:2, 1802.
There are three heavens; and they are opened successively with man by means of life; and they are also closed with the evil, 9594.
The good of the inmost, or third heaven, is called celestial; the good of the middle, or second heaven, spiritual; and the good of the ultimate, or first heaven, spiritual-natural, 4279, 4938, 4939, 9992, 10005, 10017:2, 10068.
Heaven as a whole is divided into two kingdoms: into the Celestial Kingdom and the Spiritual Kingdom, 3887, 4138.
The Celestial Kingdom is the higher heavens, and the Spiritual Kingdom, the lower, 10068.
They who are in the Spiritual Kingdom are in truths, and they who are in the Celestial Kingdom in good, 863, 875:4, 927, 1023, 1043, 1044, 1555, 2256, 4328, 4493, 5113, 9596.
What the difference is between the celestial and the spiritual angels, 2088, 2669:2, 2708, 2715, 3235:2, 3240, 4788:3, 7068, 8521:2, 9277.
Celestial angels are immensely more wise than spiritual angels, 2718, 9942:11.
Angels of the Celestial Kingdom receive the Divine of the Lord into the voluntary part, thus more interiorly than spiritual angels, who receive it in the intellectual part, 5313:12, 6366, 8521, 9835, 9993, 10124.
The Celestial Kingdom corresponds to the voluntary, and the Spiritual Kingdom to the intellectual of man; and similarly it is in man as it is in heaven, 9835:2.
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, 3691:4, 6435.
The external of each heaven is a court, thus the ultimate heaven, 9741.
Heaven consists of innumerable societies, 684. See SOCIETY.
All the societies of heaven have a constant situation according to their different states of life, thus according to the differences of love and faith, 1274, 3638, 3639.
All the societies in the heavens, and each separate angel in a society, are distinct from each other by means of varieties of good, 690, 3241, 3519:2, 3804:2, 3986:3, 4067:2, 4149:2, 4263, 7236:2, 7833, 7836:3.
The arrangement of truths with man is according to the angelic societies: illustrated, 10303:3.
Heaven is one by means of the reception of the good of love from the Lord: illustrated, 9613.
Heaven is immense, 1610, 1810.
That the heaven of the Lord is immense, sufficing for myriads of earths, is explained, 10784.
There is also infinite variety in the heavens, 684, 690, 3744, 5598, 7236:2.
Even all the most distinct things are in genera and species, 775.
No one has a heaven like another, but they are so arranged by the Lord that they make one, 457.
In hell and in heaven there are innumerable things, 969.

The Form of Heaven.
The form of heaven is a form according to the Divine order, 4040-4043, 6607, 9877.
The quality of the heavenly form; and all societies are arranged according to it; and all the affections of good and thoughts of truth flow according to it, 9877.
Why man is called a heaven, in the Word, 1900.
Man is a heaven in least form, 9632:2.
Man is a heaven and a Church in least form: references cited, 9279e.
Man is formed to the image of the world, and to the image of heaven: references cited, 9279e, 10156:4.
The internal man is formed to an image of heaven, and the external to an image of the world; and various things respecting these, see WORLD.
The things impressed on the memory, with the good, are in the heavenly form, 9931.
There are just as many degrees of life in man as there are heavens; and they are opened after death according to his life, 3749:2, 9594.
Heaven is in man, 3884.
Heaven as a connected whole appears as a man; and thence heaven is called the Grand Man, 2996, 2998, 3624-8649, 3741-3745, 4625.
Heaven is as one man before the Lord, and also the Church, 9276:8.
In the heavens there is respiration, but interior, 3884:2, 3885.
Presence and the ideas of space are according to the affinities of truths, in the other life illustrated, 10146.
In heaven to the right is the south, to the left is the north, in front is from the sun rising, at the back is the west, 10189.

Good and Truth in Heaven.
A man, or a spirit is his own truth and his own good: illustrated, 10298:2.
All things in the universe, both in heaven and in the world, which are according to order, relate to good and truth, 2451, 31662, 3704, 43902, 4409, 5232:2, 7256, 9050:6, 9806:2, 10122:2.
Goods in the three heavens follow in a threefold order, 4938, 4939, 9992, 10005, 10017:2.
There are three kinds of good which constitute the three heavens; concerning which, 10270:2.
Varieties in heaven exist by means of truths, which are manifold, from which is anything good, 3470, 3804:2, 4149:2, 6917, 7236:2.
Varieties in the heavens are varieties of good, 3744, 4005:5, 7236:2, 7833, 7836:3, 9002:2.
Varieties of the states of good and truth in the other life are as the varieties of states of heat and light in the world, 10200.
The two goods which are in the inmost heaven are the good of love to the Lord and the good of mutual love; but in the middle heaven they are the good of charity towards the neighbour and the good of faith, 9468, 9680, 9683, 9741:3, 9780.
Internal goods follow in order from the Lord through the internal and external of the inmost heaven, and afterwards through the internal and external of the middle heaven: illustrated, 9457:2, 9473.
How the goods of love succeed in the heavens, 9873.
Goods and truths, with a regenerated man, are arranged to the form of celestial and spiritual things, so that they may correspond, 1900, 1928.
Heaven consists of forms of charity, which are angels, 553.
All proximities, relationships, affinities, and, as it were, consanguinities in heaven, are from good, and according to its agreements and differences, 685, 917, 1394, 2739, 3612, 3815, 4121.

The Lord in Heaven.
The Divine of the Lord makes heaven with the angels, 9128, 9338:6, 10125, 10151, 10157.
Divine Truth from the Lord makes heaven, 9408.
The Lord is heaven and the Church, thus the all of all things there, because He dwells there in His own, and not in their proprium, 10125;
shown, 10151:2, 10157.
The universal heaven has relation only to the Lord, 551.
All things and each thing of heaven and heavenly joy are from the Lord, 551, 552.
The Lord appears in heaven as the Sun, and is the Sun of heaven, 1053e, 3636, 3641, 4060:2.
All light in the heavens is from the Lord as the Sun, 1053:2, 1521:2, 1529, 3195:3, 3341, 3636, 3641, 4415, 5097:2, 9548:2, 9684:2, 10809.
The Lord appears as the Sun at a medium height before the right eye, and as the Moon before the left eye, 1053e, 1521:2, 1529, 1530e, 1531, 3636, 3641, 4321:2, 5097:2, 7078:2, 7083, 7173, 7270:2, 8812:3, 10809.
The Lord appears to those who are in the Celestial Kingdom as the Sun, and to those who are in the Spiritual Kingdom as the Moon, 1521:2, 1529, 1530e, 1531, 1837.
Concerning the influx of the Lord through the Celestial into the Spiritual Kingdom, 3969:17, 6366.
Those who are in heaven are said to be in the Lord, 3637, 3638.
All who are in the heavens turn the face to the Lord, and all who are outside heaven turn away from Him, 9864:2.
Evil spirits seek another heaven than that of the Lord, and do not find it, 458.
Concerning the sphere of Divine Good surrounding heaven and the spirits there, 9490-9493, 9498, 9499;
also hell, with a difference, 9534.
A glorification of the Lord heard and seen in the heavens 2133.

The Conjunction of Heaven with the World
Man is so created that he can be at the same time with angels, and angels with man, 1880:2.
No one can live unless he is conjoined to heaven and the world of spirits, 687;
Without communication with heaven by means of the Word the human race would perish, 10452:3.
The conjunction of heaven with the man of the Church, 9276:3. See MAN (homo).
There was a communication of the man of the Most Ancient Church with heaven, but afterwards heaven was closed, 784.

Appearances in Heaven.
How the process of intromission appears in heaven, 2130.
It is a reception into angelic societies, 2130.
Concerning light and representatives in the heavens, 1521-1534.
The light in heaven is according to the intelligence and wisdom of the angels, 1524, 1529, 1530, 3339.
The light of heaven illuminates the sight and understanding of angels and spirits, 2776:3, 3138.
The ideas of angels of the inmost heaven appear like flame-coloured light, 6615;
and those of angels of the ultimate heaven are like thin bright white clouds, 6614.
In heaven there is no state corresponding to night, but to twilight before morning, 6110:6.

Heaven d. the angelic heaven: illustrated and shown, 9408.
The internal man is called heaven; but the external, earth, 82, 1733.
What the new heaven and the new earth s., 1733, 1850:2.
The new heaven and the new earth d. the new Church in general and in particular, 2117, 2118.
There are in heaven both the rich and the poor, 2129:4.
As there are both the rich and the poor in heaven, how it is to be understood that the miserable and they who have suffered persecutions shall enter heaven, 2129:2.
What is sd. by the door being closed, by coming too late, by lacking oil in the lamps, and by knocking, 2130:2.
What "he was not clad in a wedding garment, and was cast into hell" s.; it d. the deceitful hypocrites, 2132.

Heavenly. See CELESTIAL.

Heave-Offering (sublatio seu theruma).
The heave-offering d. what is the Lord's; and it is given to the priest, 10093:2.
Heave-offerings are called things given, but they are the Lord's, and things given to man, 10093:3.

Heavy (grave).
Falsities from evil are heavy, and sink down like a stone, 8279.
Evils are heavy, and falsities, not from themselves, but from evil, 8298.

Heavy, To be (ingravare). See To HARDEN.

Heavy, To Make (aggravare). See To HARDEN.

Hebrew Language (Hebraea lingua). See LANGUAGE and HEBREWS,

Hebrews (Hebraei).
A new Church was instituted by Eber, in Syria, 1238, 1241.
The Ancient Hebrew Church was for a long time in the land of Canaan, 4516, 4517.
The Hebrew Church differs from the Ancient Church; and the internal of the Church cannot be so conjoined with the Hebrew Church, 4874.
The Hebrew Church was another Ancient Church, 1238:2, 1241, 1343.
The Hebrew nation was distinct from others in this, that they acknowledged Jehovah, and made sacrifices; besides several other things respecting the Hebrew nation, 1343.
Why the Egyptians abominated the Hebrews, 5702. See EGYPT.
The Hebrew language, see LANGUAGE.
In the Hebrew language distinctions are made by means of And, He Said, and He Spake, 7191.
Hebrew is predicated of those who are in any way of service, 1703, 1741.
Hebrew is predicated of a servant where service is treated of, 5013.
Hebrew servant d. those who are in truths of doctrine, and not in the good according to them, 8974.
Men of the external Church are rd. by Hebrew servants, 8977.
The cuticulars were rd. by Hebrew servants, 8977.
Hebrew boy d. an infant of the Church, 5236.
Hebrew women d. those things which are of the Church, 6675, 6684;
and also Hebrew men; wherefore, 6738.
The land of the Hebrews d. the Church, 5136.

Hebron (Chebron).
The Church was rd. by Hebron, before it was rd. by Jerusalem, 2909:2.
Hebron d. the Lord's Church; Kirjatharba, the Church as to truth; Hebron, the Church as to good, 2909.

Heel (calcaneum).
Heel d. the lowest natural, 259.

Heifer. See CALF and OX.

Height. See HIGH.

Heir (heres).
What an heir of the Lord's kingdom is, 1799, 1802:2.
What inheritance and to inherit s.; inheritance is predicated of good and of truth, but the one by another word than the other: shown, 2658.
To inherit d. to have another life, and with respect to good and truth, the Lord's life, 2851, 3672;
when used respecting heaven, d. to receive heaven as an heir by means of good from the Lord: shown, 9338.
To inherit and to possess hereditarily d. to have the Lord's life, also heaven: shown, 2658:5.
What to inherit the gate of the enemies s., 2851. See GATE.
To receive the inheritance of heaven d. the Lord's life, 7212.

Hell (infernum). See DEVIL and ANGEL.

Respecting Hell Generally.
Men have no idea respecting hell, 692.
The reason that men have scarcely any idea respecting hell, 969;
and innumerable things exist there, 969.
It is not known what hell is, unless it is known what evil is, 7181.
What and whence hell is, 8232.
Hell is beneath at the greatest distance from the Sun of heaven, 8306.
The hells also have a constant situation under the soles of the feet, some therefrom appear elsewhere and above, but it is a phantasy, 3640.
The evil and the hells are removed from heaven, because they cannot sustain the presence of the Lord's Divine, 4299.
The infernals cannot enter into heaven, because they cease to breathe, and are tortured; they also cast themselves down therefrom, 4225:2.
Some strangers who had learned to counterfeit angels of light, from certain causes, were intromitted into heaven, but cast themselves down therefrom, 4225:2.
Some evil ones also who wished to be admitted into heaven, and were admitted, similarly cast themselves down therefrom, 4226.
In hell the Divine Truth is terrible, 7573.
Thought and speech penetrated towards the hells, but on the way they were changed into their opposite; good and truth into evil and falsity, 3642.
In hell goods are turned into evils, and truths into falsities; experiences, 4632.
All who are in hell speak falsities from evil, 7351, 7352, 7357, 7392, 7699e.
The more infernals are in falsities from evil, the more they are averse to truth, 7738.
The light of heaven is thick darkness to the evil, 8197:2.
Concerning thick darkness and cold in hell, also light and heat in heaven, 3340.
The hells are said to be in darkness, because they are in falsities; and concerning the light of them there, 4418.
Darkness is predicated of the hells, and they have a light like a charcoal fire, 4531.
They who are in hell appear to themselves, in their own light, as men but when looked into by the angels, they appear as devils and monsters; and whence this is, 4533.
The evil and infernals appear, in the presence of the Divine light in heaven, as they are; from experience, 4674:2.
What monsters the infernals appear in the light of heaven, 5057, 5058.
The whole hell appears as a monster, not a human form, and every society there appears as a peculiar monster, and similarly each individual there, 6605, 6626.
They who are in the hells have an opposite position, - head downward and feet upward, 3641.
They are kept bound by their lusts and phantasies, 695, 1322.
Hell continually attempts to rush into man, but the Lord frees him, 987:2.
Infernals never cease from infesting the upright, unless they are driven away, 6907:2.
The hells never cease from infesting the upright, 7097e.
The tenacity of the infernals to infest, 7551, 7710.
The hells continually infest the good, and also seek to ascend into heaven, 7926:2.
The infestations by infernals, 8096:2.
The hells continually endeavour to force a way up, 8273e.
Who can no longer force their way out from hell, 8288e.
The hells would have always prevailed, unless the Human of the Lord were altogether united to His Divine, 10655e.
The Lord fought from His own power, and fights alone in accordance with man in temptations; and man can by no means withstand hell, 1692.
The Lord fights for man against the hells, 8159:2.
The hells do not dare to murmur against the Divine, 10367:7.
The hells were for the most part opened, when the Lord was in the world, 8273.
A region of heaven was occupied by evil genii and spirits before the Lord a coming, but then they were expelled, 6858, 6914:2.
Against whom the hells dare not rise, 8273:3.
How the Lord withholds a man from evils lest he rushes into hell, 789.
Man casts himself into hell when he does evil from consent, then from purpose, also from the delight of affection; thence he opens to himself a corresponding hell which flows in, 6203.
What it is to be let down into hell, and into the lower earth; an experience, 699.
The Lord never sends anyone into hell, 1683.
The Divine Good elevates all to heaven, and the Divine Truth condemns all to hell, 2258:2.
Who they are that are successively carried into hell, 7465, 7502.
Who they are that are in hell, 9128.
The evil, before they are cast down into hell, are devastated as to truths and good; and these being withdrawn they are carried of themselves into hell, 7795:2, 8210:2, 8232, 9330:2.
Every truth and good is taken away from the evil, and they are left in evil and falsity; but it is not allowed them to increase the faculty of evil, 6977:2.
Truths are taken away from the evil in the other life; the reason, 7039:2.
Unless there were penalties, spirits would be held down in hell to eternity, 967.
The infernals by means of punishments are drawn away from doing evils, 7188, 7280:2.
What the fire of hell is, 1861:5.
The freedom which belongs to the love of self and the world is from hell. See FREEDOM.
To be led by hell is bondage, 9586, 9589-9591.
The Lord rules the hells, 3642.
From the Lord there is order in the hells; also by means of the celestial, 6370.
A man interiorly evil makes the delight of his life to consist in doing evil, although he appears exteriorly otherwise in the world, 7032:2.
What is delightful and what is undelightful to the infernals, 7699.
The spheres from the evil extend themselves far into infernal societies, according to the quality and quantity of evil, 8794:5, 8797:3.
Every hell is closed round about, and is opened above, 10483:2.
The hells are opened according to necessity and need, 10483:2.
All the states of man return in the other life, 823.
They who think evil about others are among the infernals; they who think good are among the heavenly, 1680.
Hatred constitutes hell, 693, 694.
Infernals desire nothing more than to punish, and to torture, 695.
Infernal spirits have incredible cunning and malice, 6666:2.
Man is a diminutive heaven, and his interiors correspond to the three heavens, 9782.
Sensitive life in the other life is real in heaven, and not real in hell: illustrated, 4623.
Evil spirits are known from their faces, also with which hells they communicate, 4798.
Hell inflicts damnation, 7879.
Who can pass through the hells without risk, 8200.
What it is to have hell in oneself, 10743.
The stink in the hells, see To STINK and EXCREMENTITIOUS,

Hell's Connection with Man.
There are with man two spirits from hell and two angels from heaven, 5846-5866, 5976-5993.
By means of a spirit a man communicates with hell, 687, 697.
The hells are always with man, and they domineer over him so far as the Lord does not remove them, 9937:3.
There are about man a general sphere from hell of endeavour to do evil and a continual sphere to do good; whence are man's equilibrium and freedom; from experience, 6477.
Man's proprium is hell with him, 8480.
Man from birth and from actual hereditary life is hell in the least form, 9336:2.
The hells have deadly hatred towards man, and the delight of their life is to destroy him and his soul.
5863, 5864.

Particular hells
There are as many hells as there are genera and species of evils, 8137:2.
The hell of those who have a deadly hatred, or the cadaverous hell, 814.
Some were let out therefrom, sending an infant to me, 814;
what the nature of their falling down through fire and smoke into caverns was, 814:2.
They have a brazen ring, by which they are distinguished, showing that they are bound, 814:2.
They are delighted with revenge, so much so that they desire to destroy the soul; they are under Gehenna where there are serpents, 815.
The hell of those who are assassins, and kill by poison, 816, 817.
A certain one of them attempted to murder me by a stroke through the heart and in the brain, 816.
The punishment of one who killed another by poison, 817.
The hell where they smite themselves with knives; the hell of those who sought to kill others cruelly, 818.
Concerning a pool and its description; there are serpents, and frantic women, 819.
Robbers and pirates love stinking urinous things, 820.
Concerning those who are outwardly honest, but inwardly robbers; their punishment, 821.
The quality of those who, in the other life, love to do injury to others, 822.
The hell of adulterers who are at the same time cruel; where there are some Jews; their cruel instruments, 824.
Concerning the Gehenna where there are immodest women there are something fiery and serpents; the burning is sometimes changed into internal cold, 825.
Concerning the Gehenna of those who deified sanctity by adulteries; the difference from the other, 826e.
They who have ensnared by means of conjugial love and love towards infants, are devastated even to the bones, 827.
The punishment of those is most heavy who deflower virgins without marriage or offspring as an end, 828.
Concerning the punishment of those who think and speak lasciviously, also mingling what is holy, 829.
The penalty of rending of those who supposed that young and beautiful wives are for them, 829:2.
Concerning the punishments and hells of adulterers, 2746-2757. See ADULTERY.
The hell of cruel adulterers is under the right foot, where are such from the Jewish nation; from experience, 5057.
The hell of those who deceived men by premeditated craft, with the intention of destroying the soul, 830.
Concerning sorceresses and sirens, their deceits, punishment, and hell, 831.
The hell of the deceitful is in a tun, outside which is a small globe; and they suppose that they trample on the universe with the feet, 947.
Concerning those in a certain tun who are deprived of rationality, 948.
A description of the excrementitious hells, 5394.
Concerning the hell of those who act deceitfully, untruthfully, and artificially; and they relate to ulcers and abscesses in the body, 5188.
The hell of the avaricious, 938-940.
The excrementitious hell of those who have had mere pleasures for an end, 943.
The hell of low females who give themselves up to pleasures, 944.
Concerning a gloomy vault where they are who plot against others, 949.
Concerning the home of dragons; who are therein, 950.
Concerning those who have supposed themselves holy; their lust and anxieties, 951.
Concerning the hell of the antediluvians under a misty rock, 1270.
From whom are the most atrocious hells, 8882.
Which hells are behind the back, 9013:2.
Different penalties, see PENALTY.

Help (auxilium).
Help, when predicated respecting the Lord, d. mercy and presence, 8652.

Helper. See COMFORTER.

Herb (herba).
The herb of the field d. the truth of the Church: shown, 7571.
To eat the herb of the field d. to live as a wild animal, 274.

Herd (armentum). See OX and FLOCKS.
Herd d. natural goods, 2566.
Flocks d. interior natural good; herds d. exterior natural good, 5913.
Flocks d. internal goods; herds d. external goods, 8937.
Flock and herd d. interior and exterior good: illustrated and shown, 10609.

Hereditary (hereditarium).
What hereditary evil is, 4317:4.
Hereditary evil is not from Adam, but from parents successively, 313, 494:2.
Hereditary evil is not from the first man, but from parents successively, 4317:4.
Hereditary evils are from parents and grandfathers in a long series backward, 8550.
Therefrom a man from himself superadds evils, 8551.
Hereditary evils increase in the generations, if men are not regenerated, 2910:4.
Man is nothing but evil from accumulated hereditary nature; on which account he must be regenerated: illustrated, 3701:2.
Hereditary evils to-day are more malignant, 2122.
Infants are of different dispositions and inclinations from hereditary evil, 2300.
Infants are nothing but evil from the hereditary quality, 2307, 2308.
Infants are remitted into evils, that they may know that they are nothing but evil, 2307, 2308.
Hereditary evil is a nourishment from infancy even to the new infancy, 4563:2.
No one is punished on account of hereditary evils, but on account of actual evil, 966.
No one suffers a penalty on account of hereditary evil, but on account of actual evil, 2308.
It is not allowed for evil spirits to operate into hereditary evils, 1667:2.
With those who are of the spiritual Church hereditary evils are covered and, as it were, veiled, 8806.
Good is connate in man, not truth, on account of hereditary evil; nevertheless truth coheres with the good with some power, 3304:2.
Natural good is of a fourfold kind:-natural good from the love of good, from the love of truth, from the love of evil, and from the love of falsity; and children receive an inclination to these from their parents hereditarily, 3469:2.
Natural good is what a man derives from his parents: interiorly from the father, exteriorly from the mother, 3518.
The Lord's hereditary nature from Jehovah was Divine; and from the mother, evil, 1414.
The Lord had hereditary evil from the mother, 1414:2, 1573.

Heresy (haeresis).
Heresies are born; and how, 362.
Heresies exist from this, that man is in externals, and not in internals; and he thinks about himself and the world when he reads the Word: illustrated, 10400:2.
There would be no heresy if all had charity, 1799:3.
There would be one Church if charity were the essential, howsoever men might differ as to doctrinal matters and external worships, 1285:3, 1316, 1798, 1799:2, 1834:2, 1844, 2385:4, 2982, 3267:2, 3451:2.

Heritage. See INHERITANCE.

Heth, Hittite (Cheth, Chittaeus).
The remains of the Most Ancient Church were with the Hittites and the Hivites, 4447:2, 4454.
What Heth s., 1203.
By the sons of Heth are sd. the spiritual Church; concerning which, 2913, 2986;
by them also is sd. the falsity of the Church, 2913;
the Church of the Gentiles, 2986, 3686.
The Hittites d. truth from what is not genuine, 3470, 3620, 3621, 3622, 3686;
falsities from which there are evils, 6858.
The Hittite, the Perizzite, and the Rephaim s. persuasions of falsity, 1867.

Hewers of Woods (sedores lignorum).
What hewers of woods s., 1110e.

Hide (pellis). See SKIN.
A coat of hide d. spiritual and natural good, 294-296.
Hide and skin d. externals: shown, 3540.
Skin, or hide d. falsity in the externals, 10036.

Hide, To (abscondere).
Not to conceal d. to be known, 6132.

Hieroglyphics (hieroglyphica).
Concerning the hieroglyphics and magic of the Egyptians, 6692.
They were from the representatives of the Ancient Church with the Egyptians, 7097.

High (altum). See also ABOVE.
Concerning those who suppose heaven to be on high, 450.
The deceitful appear on high, but they are in the depth, 1380.
What length, breadth, and height s., 650.
Internal is expressed by high, 2148.
Interior things are described by means of high things, 4599.
High d. internal, 1735.
See also MOUNTAIN.
High, in the Word, d. what is interior; why, 4210.
High, or lofty d. heaven, thus the Divine: shown, 8153:2.
A lofty hand d. Divine Power, 8153.
To exalt oneself, when used of the Lord, d. to manifest the Divine in the human, 8264.
To exalt the Lord, when done by man, d. worship, 8271.
Height d. degree as to good, and the truth therefrom: illustrated and shown, 9489, 9773, 10181.

High Places (excelsa).
Whence the custom of sacrificing upon high places arose, 796.

Highway. See WAY.

Hill (collis). See MOUNTAIN.

Hin (hin).
Hin, a measure, d. the quality of conjunction: shown, 10262.

Hind (cerva).
Hind d. natural affection: shown, 6413.

Hinder. See BACK PARTS,

Hire (merces). See also MERIT.
Hire, or gain should be in the last place, and not the first, and then it is well, 9180;
illustrated also, 9184.
The angels communicate their own good to others, so that they wish thus to give everything; and then more flows in with increase, but it is at the same time dissipated, if they think about recompense, 6478, 9174:3.
They who do good for the sake of recompense in heaven, in the other life love themselves, and not the neighbour, 8002:7.
See also MERIT.
Reward d. a means of conjunction; and they who are in the affection of good do not think about reward: illustrated, 3816;
what is delightful and blessed in well-doing, 6388.
See also MERIT.
Hire, from which Issachar was named, in the supreme sense, d. the Divine Good of Truth and the Truth of Good; in the internal sense, celestial conjugial love; and, in the external sense, mutual love, 3956:2;
in the supreme sense, d. from oneself, and the proprium, 3996, 3999.
The hire which is mentioned in the Word d. the affection of charity, 3956.

Hireling (mercenarius).
Hireling d. those who do good for the sake of gain, and who do good for the sake of recompense in heaven: shown, 8002.

Historicals, See WORD,

Hittite (Chittaeus). See HETH.

Hivite (Chivaeus).
The remains of the Most Ancient Church were with the Hivites, 4447:2, 4454.
Hivite d. interior truth from the ancients; concerning which, 4431;
an idolatrous state in which is something of good, 6860.

Hoar-Frost (pruina).
Hoar-frost d. truth in the form of good, 8459.

Hog. See SOW.

Hole (foramen).
A basket bored through, and full of holes, d. what is without termination in the interiors of man: shown, 5145.

Hollow Table (cavum tabulatum).
Hollow table d. the application, 9738.

Holy, Sanctuary (sanctum, sanctuarium).
They who suppose themselves holy have a shining face, and are kept even to anxiety in the desire of ascending into heaven, 951.
Concerning a certain one who said he had lived horny, but who did not know what the goods of charity are; finally he became black, 952.
The holiness of worship is according to the quality and quantity of the truth of faith implanted in charity, 2190.
Sanctification with the Jews was a veiling of the interiors, lest these should appear when in representatives, 8788:2, 8806:2.
Holiness with the Israelitish and Jewish nation consisted of the holy representatives, 10149.
Sacred erections, as the altar and tent, were polluted by the sins of the people: shown and illustrated, 10208:3.
Concerning those who bring down spiritual things to earthly things, and defile them, 4050:4.
A holy external without an internal is of no avail, but a holy external from the internal is, 10177:5.
Everything holy is from the Lord: shown, 9680:3;
and truth is holy so far as it is of the Lord, thus so far as it contains good in it, 9680:2.
Love to the Lord is the holy thing itself, 3852.
Spiritual good is called holy; and celestial good, the holy of holies shown, 10129:2.
Angels, prophets, and apostles are called holy from the reception of Divine Truth from the Lord: illustrated, 9820:2.

Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit is the holiness of the Spirit which is from the Lord: briefly shown, 3704:15.
Holy Truth which proceeds from the Divine Human of the Lord is the Holy Spirit, 7499.
See also SPIRIT.
Divine Truth proceeding from the Lord is the Holy Spirit, 8127;
places cited, 9229.
The Holy Spirit is the Divine Truth proceeding from the Lord: shown at large, 9818:8.
Holiness is predicated of the Divine Truth proceeding from the Lord: illustrated and briefly shown, 9820;
and this is the Holy Spirit, 8302.
Holiness is predicated of the Truth which is from the Lord, and the Holy Spirit is holy truth, 6788.
The sin against the Holy Spirit is to deny the Lord and the Word when they have been first acknowledged, 9264.

The Holy of Holies in the Tabernacle, and in the Temple rd. the Divine Human of the Lord, and Its quality is rd. by the things therein, 3210.
Things were called holy, because they rd. Divine things, 10069.
Holy d. without the falsity of evil, 10302;
the Divine Human of the Lord, 10359, 10360;
the good and truth which are from the Lord, 10361;
the good of love and the truth of faith with man from the Lord, 10361.
To sanctify to Jehovah d. to ascribe to the Lord, 8042;
when referring to the first-born, d. to ascribe to the Lord; similarly to cause to pass over, and to sacrifice, 8074, 8088;
to represent the Lord as to the Divine Human, 9956, 9988;
the influx and presence of the Lord, 10276.
To be sanctified d. not to be capable of being violated, 8887, 8895;
the reception of the Lord, 10128.
Sanctification, with respect to those who are of the spiritual Church, d. to be led by the Lord; what is from the Lord is holy, 8806:2.
The Lord alone is holy, and everything holy is from Him, and all sanctification rd. Him: shown, 9229:2.
Sanctuary d. heaven, where the truth of faith is: shown, 8330;
the Lord, and heaven from Him: shown, 9479.

Holy Supper, See SUPPER and ALTAR.

Homer (chomer). See also OMER.
Homer d. full, because it consisted of ten ephahs, and also baths, 8468.
Omer d. as much as is sufficient, 8468;
also power, 8473.
See also MEASURE.

Honest (honestum).
Spiritual good and truth, civil justice and equity, and moral honesty and decorum follow in order; and upon these conscience is founded, 2915.
Truths are the forms of good: illustrated from honesty and decorum, 4574:2.

Honey (mel).
What honey s., 2184.
Honey d. what is delightful and pleasant, principally in the exterior natural: shown, 5620;
gladness and joy, 8056;
external delight mingled with the delight of the love of the world, 10137;
the good of love, 10530.
A land flowing with milk and honey d. what is pleasant and delightful, 6857.

Honour (honor).
Honours ought not to be solicited for one's own sake, but for the sake of the neighbour, 6938.
Honour d. love, 8897.
Honoured above all in the father's house d. the primary, 4476.

Hoof (ungula).
Hoof d. truth from good in the ultimate degree, thus sensual truth, and, in the opposite sense, falsity of the same degree: shown, 7729.

Hook (uncus).
Hooks d. modes of conjunction, 9676.
Hooks and fillets d. modes of conjunction, 9749.

Hooks (ansulae).
Hooks d. the faculties of conjunction, 9611.

Hope (spes).
Genuine trust is possible only with those who are in the good of charity; and genuine hope only with those who are in the good of faith, 6578e.

Horeb (Choreb).
What Horeb s., 6830.
Horeb d. the Divine law, 8581;
the external of worship, of the Church, and of the Word: illustrated, 10543.
Mount Horeb d. heaven in the whole complex, and the mountainous country about Mount Sinai d. the external of the Word, 10608.

Horites (Chorites).
Horites d. persuasions of falsity, 1675.

Horn (cornu). See also JOBEL.
Horn s. the power of truth from good, and the power of falsity from evil, 2832:2;
the horn of the altar also, 2832:8.
Horns d. the powers of truth from good: shown, 10182;
the exteriors, 10186.
To strike with the horn d. to destroy falsity by means of the power of truth, and, in the opposite sense, to destroy truth by means of the power of falsity, 9081.
The horns upon the four corners of the altar d. all manner of power, 9719-9721.

Hornet (crabro).
Hornet d. the dread of those who are in the falsities of evil, 9331.

Horror (horror).
Horror d. alteration, 3593.

Horse, Rider (equus, eques). See also under ARMY.
A man resuscitated is represented sitting on a horse directing him towards hell, but the horse does not move from the place, wherefore the man descends and goes on foot, 187, 188.
They who deflower virgins without an intention of marriage and offspring, seem to themselves to sit on a furious horse, 828.
Horses are represented when the angels discourse about the intellect, 3217.
There is a place where there are horses continually; it is called the home of the intelligent, 3217.
The spirits of the planet Jupiter are carried into heaven by horses shining as if fiery, as Elijah was, 8029.
In the earth Jupiter there are horses, but in woods, and they are large, and there is a natural fear of them; whence it is, 8381.
Horse d. the intellectual: shown, 2761, 2762.
Horses, when predicated of the sensual, d. fallacies, 6400.
Horses d. intellectual things, and chariot d. doctrinals: shown, 5321:3.
Horses of Egypt d. scientifics from the intellectual: shown, 6125.
Horses of Pharaoh and the Egyptians d. scientifics from a perverted intellectual; riders d. reasonings therefrom; chariot d. the doctrinals of falsity; army and people d. falsities themselves, 8146:2, 8148:2.
The white horse mentioned in the Apocalypse d. the internal sense of the Word, and the Lord who is the Word, 2760.
What Elijah's fiery chariots and fiery horses s., 2762:2.
Riders d. those things which pertain to the understanding: shown, 6534.
For a rider to fall backwards d. to recede from the truth, 6401.
To ride upon an ass d. to serve the new intelligence, 7024.

Horseman. See RIDER under HORSE.

Hospitality (hospitium). See INN.

Host. See ARMY.

Hot, To Grow. See To BE HEATED,

House (domus).
In the most ancient time there was a distinction between houses, families, and nations, 470.
The reasons why they dwelt so distinct, 471, 4832, 1246.
The blessed have various dwellings, 4622.
How magnificent the dwellings of angels are; they have real dwellings, which in the world are not so, 1628, 1629.
How the case is when they are changed, 1629.
Seen by souls recently come from the world, 1630.
They who are within the house, and more so they who are in one chamber, think as one; otherwise they who are outside: illustrated and shown, 9213:5.
The rich without charity dwell first in magnificent palaces, afterwards in meaner, and at length ask for alms, 1631.
See also PALACE.
Man is called a house; his internal good, the father's house; good in the same degree, the brother's house; external good, the mother's house, 3128.
House s. the will and the things belonging to the will, 710;
the rational mind as to good and truth conjoined to it as if by marriage, 3538;
the mind, whether natural or rational, 4973;
the natural and rational mind, thus the man: shown, 5023;
the mind, 7353;
the will of good, 7848, 7929;
various things, and also the memory, 9150.
By a house is dd, the things belonging to the memory, 2559.
Houses d. goods, also the good, 2233, 2331;
also interior delights, which are goods to them, 2559.
The house of his fathers d. the particular good of each: illustrated, 7833-7835.
The father's house d. hereditary evils, 5353.
What to build houses s., 1488.
What born in the house s., 1708.
They who are born in the house d. the celestial; and they who are bought with silver d. the spiritual, 2048.
He who is over the house d. that which belongs to the external Church, when he who is in the house d. the internal Church, 5640.
The steward of the house d. the external Church, when the house is the internal Church, 1795.
What house, and what temple s., 2048.
The House of God d. the Church, heaven, and the Lord's kingdom, and the Lord as to good; the Temple d. the same as to truth, 3720.
On this account the House of God among the most ancient people was of wood, because wood d. good, 3720;
and the House of God d. the kingdom of God in the ultimate of order, 3720:3.
House d. celestial good, and then field d. spiritual good; and when house d. spiritual good, then field d. spiritual truth, 4982.
The roof of a house d. good, because it is the higher state; the things in the house d. truths, 3652:6.
What to sweep the house s., 3142.
To enter the house of anyone d. communication, 5776.
God made houses for midwives d. that He disposed scientifics into a heavenly form, 6690.
The sons of Israel r. heaven and its societies by means of divisions into tribes, families, and houses, 7833, 7836:2, 7891, 7996, 7997, 8003, 8469e.
What chambers s., in various senses, 3900:6.
Chambers of the bed d. interiors of the mind, 7353.
To enter a bedchamber d. in himself, not apparently: shown, 5694.

Human. See LORD,

Human Divine. See LORD and ANGEL.

Human Form. See ANGEL.

Humiliation (humiliatio).
The Lord's state of humiliation, 1785.
The Lord's state of humiliation and His state of glorification; what the difference is, 1999:2.
The Lord's humiliation before Jehovah when He was in the world was from the Human not yet made Divine: illustrated, 6866.
The quality of humiliation, 6866.
The state of true humiliation comes from the acknowledgment of self; and the profane cannot look to the Lord, who is Divine and Holy, 2327:2.
In all worship and adoration there must be humiliation, 2327:2, 2423.
Humiliation makes Divine worship; why, 8873.
All subordination and submission must be from the First of life, so that there may be conjunction, 3091.
Good and truth from the Lord can flow into the humble heart, because it recognises in itself nothing but what is evil; in the Lord, nothing but what is good; thus it is in the aversion and, as it were, absence of self, 3994.
Humiliation is not required because the Lord wishes for glory, but because good can flow into a state of humiliation with man, and conjoin itself with truth, and thus the man can be regenerated, 4347:2.
The Lord requires humiliation, not for the sake of self, but for the sake of man, for thus man is in a state to receive good, 5957.
Humiliation solely external is different from internal, 5420.
The sons of Jacob could be in external humiliation more than others, but still they were not in internal illustrated, 9377:2.
But humiliation is not granted with the evil, 7640.
Concerning the humiliation of the inhabitants of Mars; it is inmost and profound; and they believe themselves to be in hell of themselves, and dare not look to the Lord; and this until they are elevated by the Lord, 7478.
Humiliation, when predicated of the evil, d. obedience, 7640.

Hundred (centum).
Hundred d. the same as ten, 1988:2.
Hundred d. a full state; concerning which, 2636;
much, 4400;
what is full, 9745.
What a hundred and ten years s., 6582, 6594.
What a hundred and eighty years s., 4617.

Hunger, To (esurire).
To hunger d. to desire good from affection: shown briefly, 4958.

Hunt, To (venari).
To hunt d. to teach from the affection of truth, and, in the opposite sense, to persuade from the affection of falsity: shown, 3309:3.
Hunting and to hunt d. to persuade, 1178.
Hunting d. the good of life from sensual and scientific truths, because such things as they take by hunting are venison, and there are arms used in hunting; concerning which, 3309:2.
Hunting also d. truth which is from good, 3501.
To go to the field to hunt venison d. the endeavour of affection to procure truth, 3508.

Hur (Chur). See also AARON.
Moses, Aaron, and Hur d. Divine truths in order, 8603;
doctrine and its truth, 9424, 10329.

Husband (maritus). See MAN (vir) and WIFE.

Husband's Brother, Levirate (levir, leviratus).
To stand as a levirate d. to preserve and to continue that which pertains to the Church: shown, 4834.

Huts (tuguria). See TENT.

Hypocrite (hypocrita). See also DECEIT.
Who are hypocrites, 4424:2.
Hypocrites induce a pain in the teeth, the bone of the temples, even into the cheeks, 5720.
Hypocrites cannot perform repentance, thus their sins cannot be forgiven them, 9013:6, 9014:4.
Deceitful hypocrites are they who are sd. by those who entered and were not clad in a wedding garment, 2132.
Poison d. deceit, or hypocrisy, in the Word; and venomous serpents d. the deceitful, or hypocrites: shown, 9013:3.
Deceit d. hypocrisy, in the Word: shown, 9013:4.

Hyssop (hyssopus).
Hyssop d. external truth, and an external means of purification; cedar d. the internal: shown, 7918:2.