ZABUAH, the bird, s. reasoning from falses. A. E. 650.
ZACHAR. The wool of Z. s. natural good. A. E. 376.
ZANZUMMIMS, the, who were expelled by the Ammonites (Deut. ii. 19-21), s. falses and evils infesting the regenerate man. 1868.
ZAPHNATH-PAANEAH, the name conferred on Joseph, which means the occult; and the opener of the future den. the quality of the celestial spiritual, as having the divine within it. 5330.
ZARAH, PHARES and, rep. the dispute about the priority of faith and charity. 3325.
ZAREPHATH. The widow of Z. (1 Kings xvii. 1-13) rep. those without the church who desire truth. 4844.
ZEAL of the LORD, the, is love and mercy. 8875. In heaven or with the angels there is no such thing as anger, but instead of anger, z.; for anger differs from z. in this, that there is evil in anger, but in z. there is good; or that he who is in anger, intends evil to another with whom he is angry, but he who is in z., intends good to another, towards whom he hath z.; wherefore also he who is in z. can in an instant be good, and in the very act be good towards others, but not so he who is in anger; although z. in the external form appears like anger, still in the internal form it is altogether unlike. 4164. Divine z. is the consequence of divine love, and is a z. for the salvation of men. A. R. 831.
ZEBAOTH. The Lord is called Jehovah Z., because z. s. an army, or host, which also s. all the truths and goods of the church and heaven. A. E. 727. See Jehovah Zebaoth.
ZEBOIM, ADMAH and, s. the lusts of evil, etc. 1212.
ZEBULON (Gen. xlix. 13) s. the cohabitation of good and truth, or the heavenly marriage. It is called the cohabitation of good and truth, because Z., in the original tongue, s. cohabitation. By Z. are here meant, those who believe the doctrinals der. from the Word, but with whom some affirmative principle universally prevails, and yet faith has not life in truths but in scientilics, for they apply scientifics to doetrinals, and thus confirm their aflirmative principle,; they therefore, who are Z., do not elevate themselves from scientifics, but when they hear or think concerning any truth of faith, they instantly fall into the scientific principle; several in the world are of this description ; the Lord also provides, that things scientific and sensual, should serve them for this use. 6383. By Z., in a supreme sense, is s. the union of the essential divinity, and the divine humanity in the Lord, in a spiritual sense, the marriage of good and truth in those who are in heaven and in the church, and in a natural sense, conjugial love itself; therefore in Rev. vii. by Z. is s. the conjugial love of good and truth; moreover he was so called from cohabitation (Gen. xxx. 19, 22), and cohabitation is pred. of married pairs, whose minds are joined in one, for such conjunction is spiritual cohabitation. The conjugial love of good and truth, which is here s. by Z., is the conjugial love of the Lord, and his church; the Lord is the good of love itself, and gives to the church to be truth from that pood; and cohabitation is effected, when the man of the church receives good from the Lord, in truths; in this case, there takes place in man a marriage of good and truth, which constitutes the church itself, and he becomes a heaven ; hence it is, that the kingdom of God, that is, heaven and the church, is so often compared in the Word to a marriage. A. R. 359.
ZECHARIAH s. the truth itself of doctrine, and hence those who are in the truth of doctrine. (See Matt, xxiii. 34.) A. E. 329.
ZEMARITES s. falsities and evil lusts. 1205. See Jebusites, etc.
ZERUBBABEL (Zech. iv.) rep. the Lord. A. R. 43.
ZIDON (Isa. xxiii. 2-4) s. exterior knowledges, which having nothing internal in them, are called tho seed of Sihor, the harvest of the river, her revenue a mart of nations, and also the sea, and the fortification of the sea; and it is said, that she does not travail, nor bring forth, which expressions in the literal sense seem without meaning, but in the internal sense, they have a clear s., as is the case with other passages in the Prophets; because Z. s. exterior knowledges, it is called, they that are round about Israel, or the spiritual church (Ezek. xxviii. 24, 26) ; for exterior knowledges are like things that are around. 1201. Z. (Isa. xxiii. 4, 5) s. those who have been in the knowledges of faith, and have destroyed them by scientifics, and thereby become barren. 264. See Tyre and Zidon.
ZIIM, the people of (Ps. lxxiv. 15), are they who are in falses, or the false itself. 9755.
ZIIM, OCHIM, DAUGHTERS of the Owl, SATYRS, IIM, and DRAGONS (Isa. xiii. 21, 22), s. the interior things of worship, appertaining to self-love, or proprium. 1326.
ZIIM, and IJIM, SATYR, and NIGHT MONSTER (Isa. xxxiv. 14), s. concupiscences corporeal and merely natural, from which all kinds of falses and evils are produced. A. E. 586.
ZILLAH (Gen. iv.) s. the mother of the natural things of that new church which succeeded Lamech. 405. See Adah and Zillah.
ZILPAH den. corporeal affection, cor. to the affection of external truth, and serving as a bond. 3835.
ZIPLAH, Leah's handmaid, s. subsequent affection serviceable to the affection of exterior truth, as a mean or medium. 4609.
ZIMRAM rep. the lots and divisions of the Lord's spiritual kingdom. 3239.
ZINZENDORF des. in the spiritual world. C. L. J. 89.
ZlON, Mount, s. heaven and the church, where the Lord alone is worshipped. A. R. 612. Mountain of Z., in the supreme sense, rep. the divine good of the Lord's divine love, and in the respective sense, the divine celestial, and the divine spiritual in his kingdom. 6435. Z. (Isa. li. 3) s. the new church amongst the Gentiles, which should acknowledge the Lord. A. E. 739. Z. (Jer. xiv. 19, 21) s. the Lord's celestial kingdom. 5313.
ZION and JERUSALEM, when named together, s. the celestial church, Z., its internal, and J., its external; but when J. is named without Z., then, in most cases, is s. the spiritual church. 6745. See Sons of Zion, Daughter of Zion.
ZIPPORAH (Exod. ii. 21) s. the quality of the good of the church. 6793. Z. (Exod. iv. 25) s. the rep. church. 7044.
ZOAN and NOPH were in the land of Egypt, and s. the illustration of the natural man from spiritual light. The princes of Z. are become foolish, the princes of N. are carried away (Isa. xix. 11, 13), s. that the truths of wisdom and intelligence dcr. from natural light in the natural man are turned into the falses of insanity. A. E. 654.
ZOAN den. truths in the ultimate of order falsified. 5044.
ZOAR (Gen. xiii. 10) s. the affection of goodness. Z. was a city not far from Sodom, whither also Lot fled when he was rescued by the angels from the burning of Sodom, concerning which see Gen. xix. 20, 22, 30. Z. is also mentioned Gen. xiv. 2, 8; Deut. xxxiv. 3; Isa. xv. 5 ; Jer. xlviii. 34 ; where also it s. affection, and because the affection of good, so also, in an opp. sense, as is usual, the affection of evil. 1589. Z. (Gen. xix. 22) s. the affection of good, namely, the good of science, that is, the affection of truth, in the present instance little of truth, for by Z., in the original tongue, is s. little or small, for they who are in the affection of truth, have little of truth, because but little of good, in comparison with those who are in the affection of good. 2439,
ZONE, or GIRDLE, in the Word, s. a common band, whereby all things are kept in their order and connection. A. R. 46.
ZUZIMS (Gen. xiv. 5) s. a race similar to the Nephilims, who are mentioned in Gen. vi. 4, and s. persuasions of the false, or those, who through a persuasion of their own height and preeminence, made light of all things holy and true, and who infused falsities into evil lusts. 1673.