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Just as the family is the moral school for teaching children social morality and social ethics, so too are your schools, and parents, the vehicles for passing on the culture of your society. This is essential to teach, as otherwise you must reinvent the past every time you make a decision in the present. It is important to teach the history of your civilization, of your culture, of your nation, the reasons why it came into existence, why it had problems, and how it overcame them. It is important to teach the wisdom of success, the wisdom of growth and development and social evolution, so that these lessons of history do not have to be repeated. --Monjoronson

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UB Definitions beginning with F

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F

Factualized
  • The process of dynamic growth between potentials and actuals.
Fad
  • One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff (see Ang), headed the faculty on disseminafion and conservation of knowledge.
Faith
  • The supreme assertion of human thought, the only requirement for eternal salvation.
Faithfuls of Days
  • A group comprising the Stationary Sons of the Trinity.
Fandors
  • Large birds trained to carry human passengers, became extinct approximately 30,000 years ago.
Fanoving
  • A local universe neighbor of Nebadon.
Fantad
  • Spiritual leader of green race.
Fatalism
  • A blind and passive belief system.
Father fragment
  • The gift of the absolute God to those creatures whose destiny encompasses the possibility of the attainment of God as absolute.
Father Melchizedeks
  • A descending order of dual-origin beings, those of origin in any two of the Paradise Deities or otherwise created by any two beings of direct or indirect descent from the Paradise Deities.
Father-Absolute
  • The creator of the central and perfect universe and the Father of all other Creators.
Father-Brahma
  • In the Trimurti, the supreme trinity of Hinduism, Brahma, the first member, is conceived as being self-created out of the Brahman — infinity.
Father-fused
  • Fusion with an Adjuster or other such fragment .
Father-fused Mortals
  • A group comprising the Ascending Sons of God.
Fatherhead
  • Jesus' use of the earth family as an illustration of divine relationship .
Femaleness
  • A complement of maleness.
Finaliter
  • Members of the Mortal Finaliter Corps. The corps consists primarily of beings who are Father-fused and also includes Havona natives and Gravity Messengers. Ascendant mortals become a part of this corps.
Finalities
  • Difficult for relative beings to comprehend, be they existential or experiential; therefore must they always be presented as relativities.
Finite
  • The finite level of reality is characterized by creature life and time-space limitations. Finite realities may not have endings, but they always have beginnings — they are created.
Finite cosmos
  • The realm of the Supreme, whose reality becomes increasingly apparent as the universes attain to the maximum level of Trinity identification.
First Source and Center
  • Of all the names by which God the Father is known throughout the universes, those which designate him as the First Source and the Universe Center are most often encountered.
Flavius
  • Greek Jew of Jerusalem whom Jesus visited.
Fonta
  • The first female human being, whose initial expression of human will choice occurred when she was ten years old, in 991,474 B.C. Died during an earthquake 32 years later (see Andon).
Force
  • In discussing physical-energy manifestations, we generally use the terms cosmic force, emergent energy, and universe power.
Force-charge
  • The primordial force-charge of space is sometimes called pure energy or segregata.
Force-focal
  • The Paradise focal point of its specialized power control and segmental energy distribution.
Force-space
  • The potential inherent in the functional totality of the Unqualified Absolute.
Formosa
  • Now known as Taiwan, Formosa is an island of East Asia in the western Pacific Ocean located off the southeastern coast of mainland China. The Andites made their way to Formosa and there continued the addition of their desirable qualities to the Chinese stock.
Fortant
  • A secondary Lanonandek Son who for 1,900 years served on the staff of Lanaforge, the System Sovereign who replaced Lucifer, now serves on Jerusem as the bestowal director.
Fortune
  • Fearful young man who later became leader of the Christians in Crete.
Foxhall
  • A race that journeyed on west from England after a later ice visitation and have survived as the present-day Eskimos.
Frandalank
  • Beings of the order of Master Physical Controllers who function as living gauges of all forms of force energy in the universes.
Freewill
  • The ability to make self-determined choices.
Fusion
  • Everlasting and indissoluble union .

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