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INDEXES.

TOPICAL INDEX.

ABEL, his blood-giving, 210 ff.
Abimelech, his covenant: with Abra-
ham, 265; with Isaac, 267 f.
Abraham: The friend of God, 215-221;

his blood-giving, 217-221; his faith-
testing, 224-230; his covenant with
Abimelech, 265 f.

Adoption, blood used in, 195 f.
Ahab's fate, significance of, 312.
Altar, a table of communion, 167, 292 f.
Amulet house of the, 7, 65, 298; of the

covenant, 81 f., 83, 232-238. See
Phylactery; Token of covenant.
Anointing with blood: in Central

America, 90 f.; in Arabia, 120; in
the Arthurian romance, 120 f.;
among the Bheels, 136 f.; among
the Caribs, 137 f.; among the Cen-
tral Africans, 138; among the Chi-
nese, 154; among the North Amer-
ican Indians, 306 f.; among the
Australians, 336 f.

Antiquity of the blood-covenant, 6,
58 ff., 77 ff., 206, 320.

Ark, the, covering record of blood cove-
nant, 298. See Amulet, house of the.
Assiratum, its meaning, 63 ff.
Avenger of blood. See Goel.

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tian legend, III f.; Chaldean legend,
112: Phoenician legend, 112; Greek
legend, 112; modern science, 115f.;
sacredness of in: Egypt, 99 ff.;
America, 105 ff.; India, 109, 158 ff.
China, 109. See Offerings of blood.
Blood-baths: in Egypt, 116 f., 324; in
medieval Europe, 117 ff.; in Scan-
dinavia, 121 f.; in India, 122 f.;
in Bechuana-land, 324.
Blood-covenant: defined, 4 f.; a primi-
tive rite, 4, 6, 8; its sacredness, 6 f.;
influence of, 15; refused, 21; recog-
nized, 26 f.; in Syria, 5 ff.; in Africa,
12-38; in Europe, 39-43; in China,
43 f.; in Burmah, 44, 313 f.; in
Madagascar, 44 f., 44-49; in Borneo,
49-52; in Timor, 53 f.; in Yucatan,
54 f.; in Brazil, 55; in Scythia,
58 f., 61 f.; in South America, 334;
in Egypt, 77-84; traces of, in
China, 153; full symbolism of, 202 f.;
Noah's, 213; at Sinai, 238-240, 298;
importance commonly undervalued,
297; a safeguard in Burmah, 315.
Blood-lickers, 11, 59. See Drinking of
Blood.

Blood-money in the East, 260 ff.; re-
fused by Gibeonites, 324 f.; ac-
cepted: by Arabs, 325; by North
American Indians, 325. See Goel.
Blood-sucking, 8, 30, 43, 92, 114 f. See
Drinking of blood.
Blood-transference.

See Blood-cove-
nant; Transfusion of blood.
Book of the Dead, 78-83.
Bracelet, as symbol, 65-76.

Bread: of Ra, 173: covenant of, 293, 313.
Breaking the grass, 315.

Brébeuf, heart of, 127.

Brotherhoods, blood. See Blood-cove-

nant.

Bruce, heart of, 107 f.

Burial in brotherhood, 41.

CAIN, his blood withholding, 210 ff.
Cameron, Commander, making blood-
friendship, 15 ff.

Cannibalism: religious origin of, 183 f.,
184; in India, 185 f.; in Feejee,
187; in North America, 187 f., 308;
in Central and South America,
180 f.; in Europe, 189 f.
Caste-distinctions lost in communion,
161 ff.

Catiline's blood-covenant, 60 f. (See
stamp on outside cover.)

Christ, his blood, fulfillment of human
desire, 271-286.

Christians, charges of cannibalism
against, 321.

Circumcision, a mode of blood-cove-
nanting, 215-223, 237; its modern
methods, 218 f.

Clasped hands: a relic of the covenant,
328, 349. See Hands.

Classics, references to blood-covenant in,

58-65, 267, 297, 312..
Communion: through blood, 147 ff.; in

China, 148 ff.; in Assyria, 168 f.;
divine-human, in Egypt, 172. See
Altar; Banquet; Union. In Christ,
foretold, 275-278; instituted, 280-
284; realized, 285 f.

Covenant, between those of different
religions, 7. See Blood-covenant.
Covenant of Bread, its symbolism, 293,

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DAVID and Jonathan, covenanting,
269 ff.

Dead, blood-covenant with, 299.
Discerning the communion-body, 172.
Drinking of blood: in North America,

127; in Syria, 6; in Central Africa,
13, 28 ff.; in Europe, 41, 60 f.; in
Madagascar, 44, 48; in Borneo, 49
f., 52; in Timor, 53; in Scythia, 59,
62, 126; in Egypt, 83; in India, 92
f.; in China, 123 f.; in France, 124:
in Italy, 124 f.; in language of Fel-
laheen, 130; among the Germans,
320; in Persia, 321; in Australia,
336; charge of, against Jews, 179,
321; charge of, against Christians,

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27 f., 32; of garments, 14, 270; of
arms, 270.

Evolution, or deterioration, 4.

FEATHERS, red, their significance, 328 f.
See Red as a symbol.

Feeding on the god: 176 f. See Com-
munion; Union.

Fiery cross its significance in Arabia,
317 f.; in Scotland, 319 ff.
Fire, a gift of the gods, 174.
Firstborn, blood of the, 156.

sacrifice of: in China, 150 f.; in
pre-Semitic times, 166.

Food restrictions removed in commun-
ion in India, 161 ff.; in Assyria,

168.

Friend, closer than brother, 7 f., 10.
Friendship, blood. See Blood-covenant.

GIRDLE. See Belts.

Ghouls seeking life in blood, 114 f.
Giving blood in proof of love, 85-92;
in worship, 89-93, 96.

Goel, pursuer, not avenger, of blood,
259-563; in Brazil, 325; in Aus-
tralia, 325 f.

Golden legend, Blood transference in,
118 ff.

HAND, bleeding, in Tunis, 342.
Hands: joined in blood, 12, 41 f., 235 f. ;
clasped, token of, 328, 340 ff.
Healths, drinking of, relic of blood-
drinking, 201 f.

Heart: sacredness of, in Egypt, 99 ff.,

300 ff.; as life, outside of the body,
103 ff., 301 f.; sacredness of, in
Greece and Rome, 108 f.; epitome
of man, 107; the symbol of person-
ality, 204; new, is new life, 303; the
seat of the soul, 304; living, in pet-
rifactions, 305; source of life, 99 ff.;
of strength, 135; of manhood, 135;
of courage, 136.

Heart-eating among American In-
dians, 128; in British Guiana, 128;
in Australia, 129; in Africa, 129; in
Borneo, 129.

Heathen communions and the Christian
sacrament, 177.
Human sacrifices.

man.

See Sacrifices, hu-

IDOLS, anointed with blood, 176 f., 306 f.
Illustrations of blood-covenant, in Bible,
264-271.

Imprecatory oaths, 6, 9, 16, 20, 31, 45
ff., 51, 53, 60 f., 62.)
Imputation, doctrine of, 221.

Incest, in marriage of blood-friends, 10,
55 f.

Influence of blood-covenant, 15, 48.

TOPICAL INDEX.

Inspiration through blood: in Homer,
113 ff.; in Norseland legends, 139
f.; on Pacific coast, 140 f.; in India,
141 f.
Isaac; his blood proffered, 225-230; his
covenant with Abimelech, 267 f.
Isis, blood of, 81 f., 233.

JACOB, his covenant with Laban, 268 f.
Jagan-natha, communion of, 163 f.
Jews, charged with human sacrifices,
178 f., 321.

Jezebel's fate, significance of, 312 f.
Jonathan and David, covenanting, 269 ff.

KALI, human sacrifices to, 158 f.
Khatan, one bound through bleeding,

222 f.

Krishna, communion of, 163 f.

LEPROSY: blood baths, for cure of, in

Syria, 116; in Egypt, 117, 324; in
medieval Europe, 117.
Life: blood is, 38, 57, 79 ff., 88 f., 99,
211-215, 241-263, 299 ff., 306.

from divine blood: in Egypt,
III f.; in Mexico, 111 f.; in Chaldea,
112; in Phoenicia, 112; in Greece,

112.

Life-transference in blood-transference,
126 ff. See Soul transference;
Transfusion of blood.

Liver: a symbol of life, 303 f.; proposed
derivations of the word, 304 f.; sym-
bolism of: as a blood-cistern, 303 f.;
as seat of emotion, 304; as congealed
blood, 304 f.; eaten, like the heart,
306.
Livingstone, Dr., making blood-friend-
ship, 13 ff.

MANDRAKES, symbolism of, III.
Marriage, blood-drinking in, 191 ff., 332.
See Symbolic substitutes for blood;
wedding, ceremonies of.
Marriage-covenant, blood in, 192 f.
Milk-brothers, 11 f.

Moses his child's circumcision, 221 ff.;

his blood-covenant at Sinai, 238 ff.
NAME: a lost, 334; the new, 337 f.;
restitution for calling, of the dead,
335.

represents the life, 334 f.; in the
Society Islands, 334; among In-
dians, 334 f.; among Australians,
335 f.

Names, exchange of, 334 ff.
Nature, transference of, by blood trans-
ference: 126 ff.; among the Caribs,
137 f.; among the Kaffirs, 138;
among the Yarubas, 138 f.
Necklace, symbolism of, 76 f.
New covenant, Christ's body and blood

in, 299.

Noah's blood-giving, 212 ff.
Norseland legends, 41 ff., 88 f.

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One soul in two bodies, 38, 80, 92 f., 334.
Ordeal of touch: in the Nibelungen
Lied, 143 f.; in Denmark, 144 f.;
in Scotland, 145; in England, 146 f.;
in America, 147:
Otaheite, See Tahiti.

PASSOVER, Substitute blood of, 231 f.
Phoenicia, blood-giving in, 89 f.
Phylacteries, the token of blood-cove-

nant, 233-236; and amulet, 329.
Preserving blood, as life, 88 f., 337 f.
See Life, blood is.

Prohibition of blood-drinking, 214 f. ; in
the Mosaic law, 240 f.; reason for,
312.

Prophecy, Blood as a means of, 113 ff.

QUICHÉ GOD, Tohil, his terms of cove-
nant, 174.

RA, communion with, in Amenti, 172,
333 f.
Ransoming by blood, 324 ff. See Goel.
Record of the divine blood-covenant,

298; of the covenant: among Amer-
ican Indians, 326 ff.

Red as a symbol of blood, in Egypt,
102 f., 173; in China, 196; the color,
its symbolism, 236 f.
See also,
Feathers, red.

Revenger of blood. See Goel.
Ring symbolism of, 65-76, 330 ff.; in
Dayak divorce, 330; of flesh, 331.
Rosetta-stone of the covenant, 267.
Russia: customs in, 73; blood giving
in, 96.

SACRAMENT, Christian: its relation to

heathen communions, 177; fore-
shadowed in the Old Testament,
274 f.; instituted by Jesus, 281 ff.;
not a sacrifice, 292; a two-fold
covenant, 293.

of the Holy Food, 164.
Sacredness of blood: in Egypt, 99 ff.;
in America, 105 ff.; in India, 155.
See offerings of blood.

Sacrifice as communion, in China, 149
ff.; not necessarily expiatory, 166;
of Isaac, 224-230.

Sacrifices: Egyptian and Jewish, their
resemblance, 300.

human, among the Nahuas,
105 f.; among the Mayas, 106 f.; in

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