Conjugial love seen in its form with two conjugial partners, who were conveyed down from heaven in a chariot, n. 42, 43.
Three novitiates from the world receive information respecting marriages in heaven, n. 44.
On the chaste love of the sex, n. 55.
On the temple of wisdom, where the causes of beauty in the female sex are discussed by wise ones, n. 56.
On conjugial love with those who lived in the golden age, n. 75.
On conjugial love with those who lived in the silver age, n. 76.
On conjugial love with those who lived in the copper age, n. 77.
On conjugial love with those who lived in the iron age, n. 78.
On conjugial love with those who lived after those ages, n. 79, 80.
On the glorification of the Lord by the angels in the heavens, on account of his advent, and of conjugial love, which is to be restored at that time, n. 81.
On the precepts of the New Church, n. 82.
On the origin of conjugial love, and of its virtue or potency, discussed by an assembly of the wise from Europe, n. 103, 104.
On a paper let down from heaven to the earth, on which was written, The marriage of good and truth, n. 115.
What the image and likeness of God is, and what the tree of life, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, n. 132-136.
Two angels out of the third heaven give information respecting conjugial love there, n. 137.
On the ancients in Greece, who inquired of strangers, What news from the earth? Also, on men found in the woods, n. 151*-154*.
On the golden shower and hall, where the wives said various things respecting conjugial love, n. 155*.
The opinion of the ancient sophi in Greece respecting the life of men after death, n. 182.
On the nuptial garden called Adramandoni, where there was a conversation respecting the influx of conjugial love, n. 183.
A declaration by the ancient sophi in Greece respecting employments in heaven, n. 207.
On the golden shower and hall, where the wives again conversed respecting conjugial love, n. 208.
On the judges who were influenced by friendship, of whom it was exclaimed, O how just! n. 231.
On the reasoners, of whom it was exclaimed, O how learned! n. 232.
On the confirmatory, of whom it was exclaimed, O how wise! n. 233.
On those who are in the love of ruling from the love of self, n. 261-266.
On those who are in the love of possessing all things of the world, n. 267, 268.
On Lucifer, n. 269.
On conjugial cold, n. 270.
On the seven wives sitting on a bed of roses, who said various things respecting conjugial love, n. 293.
Observations by the same wives on the prudence of women, n. 294.