Reflectivity Phenomennon

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Reflectivity Phenomennon

Post by pointman19 » Sat Oct 18, 2014 3:19 pm

I was reading the fourteenth chapter and came across one sentance that has literally stuck in my mind because i cant find its meaning. Ive even tried googling it and even the Urantia is vague about it...its just a mention in a sentance. So can anyone help me out with this?

heres the passage, i figure if anyone can help me understanding term, it would be you folks.

[14:6:33] And Lastly, since these Daughter Spirits of the Infinite Mother will not likely ever return to their paradise home, they derive great satisfaction from the universal reflectivity phenomenon associated with the Supreme Being in Havona and personalized in Majeston on Paradise
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Re: Reflectivity Phenomennon

Post by Amigoo » Sat Oct 18, 2014 4:11 pm

Re: http://www.theub.org/foreword.html#Reflective_Spirits

:idea: This resource is a good starting point since each reference links to the respective UB text. Both "Reflective Spirits" and "reflectivity" link to a lot of information about this topic.

8) Or use the browser's Find feature on that web page and type the desired search word preceded by a period, such as .Reflective Spirits

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Re: Reflectivity Phenomennon

Post by pointman19 » Sun Oct 19, 2014 1:56 pm

Thank you Kindly
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