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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:21 pm

Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech ... s-ago.html

"Fragile seashores were the ‘cradle of evolution’ for early fish around 420 million years ago not coral reefs as previously thought, fossils reveal"

From the UB, published in 1955, 63 years ago:

"450,000,000 years ago the transition from vegetable to animal life occurred. This metamorphosis took place in the shallow waters of the sheltered tropic bays and lagoons of the extensive shore lines of the separating continents." (58:6.1)

See also: http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P058_6_1

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sun Oct 28, 2018 6:57 pm

WDJT.org was allowed to expire.
It redirected to the online version of this browser file: https://ufile.io/17n16

What Did Jesus Teach? (WDJT), a Part IV study aid containing Papers 119-196.
The WDJT categories all point&click to the respective UB text
and is very fast as a single HTML file (once loaded).

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:00 am

Re: What Did Jesus Teach? (WDJT), a UB Part IV study aid;
an HTML computer browser file for offline study: :roll
(new file ID) https://ufile.io/np8ia

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Wed Oct 31, 2018 4:00 pm

More embellishment of WDJT ... :roll

Re: What Did Jesus Teach? (WDJT), a UB Part IV study aid;
an HTML computer browser file for offline study: :roll

:arrow: Download both files and place in the same folder
to see a colorful image at the beginning of WDJT:
WDJTi.html - https://ufile.io/4lax6
WDJT Icon.gif - https://ufile.io/7djso

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Fri Nov 02, 2018 3:33 pm

to see a colorful image at the beginning of WDJT
:idea: This image, "iconic allusion" to the life of the Son of Man,
is from my 10-year study of squared circles where 2/sqrt(Pi)
= sqrt(Pi)/(Pi/2) = 2(sqrt(1/Pi)) = 1.128379167095512573896..
and is THE defining circle-squaring ratio of a right triangle,
where hypotenuse/long side = diameter/side of circle's square. 8)

Apparently, after years of study, squared circles exist geometrically,
but the circle cannot be squared (by the Greek rules from antiquity). :?

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Thu Nov 22, 2018 10:10 am

Re: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/amer ... ce-n938826

"If you’re a believer, your worldview is that non-believers are lost and that their only hope is Jesus." :kiss:

:idea: There remains universe caution that a group must be receptive to a missionary message ... even if you're able to physically approach the group (or person). UB dissemination, while not so physically threatened - unless you approach such tribes - seems to require similar sensitivity to reception of message ... since "Jesus saves" ... souls not bodies. ;)


Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... arrow.html

"Chau said at one point was 'just inches' away from the tribes people, offering them gifts of a football and fish. But when he realized he was not welcome, he threw the gifts in their direction and fled. He wrote that some of the tribe had shot at him with their arrows with one boy, almost unbelievably, hitting his Bible." :shock:

Such symbolism :!: A fish thrown at the tribe, then an arrow hitting his Bible!
Rejection of his Jesus message with emphasis! Albeit, "they knew not ..." :(

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Fri Nov 23, 2018 1:59 pm

My online comments today about Ernest P. Moyer's "The Birth of a Divine Revelation" ...

"OMG :!: After a brief scan, this book sat on my library shelf over 15 years! ... until today.
I just realized that it's THE best starting place for learning about Urantia Book history :!:

A very readable, entertaining, and enlightening collection of Moyer's research, including helpful commentary by the author who graduated from Urantia several days ago, after his final years in a nursing home. Not necessarily the perfect collection of proven facts about UB history, but a great attempt by Moyer to record those many facts for the unfolding history of Urantia's "fifth epochal revelation". 8)

For example, an obvious error spotted during today's quick scan (actually Dr. Sadler's misperception): "The midwayer's mind level is but a trifle above that of the human mind." ("The Birth of a Divine Revelation", p. 443). While some humans with a superior mind level may have lived (or do live) on our planet (Urantia), hardly any of them have proven possession of a mind level anywhere close to that of the midwayers (IMO). ;)

Regarding Amazon's negative comments about Moyer's book, written in this forum ...
A trifle entertaining but hardly believable ... after my 50-year exposure to the UB."

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sat Nov 24, 2018 5:17 am

From "The Birth of a Divine Revelation", p. 379,
paragraph title "The Delay in Publishing the Urantia Book"

"go-ahead was given in August 1952 to publish the Papers in 1955" 8)

Yours truly has long believed that unseen celestial beings (probably Secondary Midwayers, "your next of kin") who could materialize the Papers - even in a locked safe - could also make all materials disappear ... at least until August 1952 when they gave the go-ahead (also indicating that humans were now in control of publication and dissemination of this Revelation). :finger:

Apparently, the go-ahead was project participation signoff and strongly hints that whatever was in the completed manuscript at time of signoff was effectively "approved from above" ... despite Moyer's criticism of some this material. ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sun Nov 25, 2018 1:39 pm

Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... claim.html

"All humans are descended from just TWO people"
"... from a solitary pair who lived 100,000 to 200,000 years ago"

:idea: TWO is correct ... but a zero is missing:

"1,000,000 years ago Urantia was registered as an inhabited world. A mutation within the stock of the progressing Primates suddenly produced two primitive human beings, the actual ancestors of mankind." (61:6.2)

"In many respects, Andon and Fonta were the most remarkable pair of human beings that have ever lived on the face of the earth. This wonderful pair, the actual parents of all mankind, were in every way superior to many of their immediate descendants, and they were radically different from all of their ancestors, both immediate and remote." (63:1.1)

See also: "The First Human Family" 8)
http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P063_0

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Mon Nov 26, 2018 9:06 pm

Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech ... place.html

"Early humans had sex with Neanderthals and other primitive cousins far more often than thought, according to a new study."

:idea: ... and this practice still continues, albeit reaching further backward in evolution: :(
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... OTHEL.html

"She had been ruthlessly and abhorrently exploited by local palm oil farmers who would come to the village and pay £2 to have sex with her."

From this perspective, history might record that robot sex dolls were societal advancement. :o


:study: Long story very short (condensed from Papers 62-64 in the Urantia Book) ...

Neanderthals originated about 850,000 years ago in the northwestern Indian highlands, descendants of the Badonan peoples. They spread from northwest India to France on the west, China on the east, and down into northern Africa, dominating the world for almost half a million years.

About 500,000 years ago, the same Badonan tribes produced a Sangik family of unusually intelligent children, ancestors of the six colored races of Urantia - the evolutionary beginning of humans! Migrating - as a race - in various directions, these races later intermingled to produce the humans who cavorted with the Neanderthals and their primitive cousins. :roll:

While "early humans began to migrate from Africa around 75,000 years ago" (re: DailyMail article), Africa was the not origination point for humans. Those who "began to migrate" had arrived in Africa (from the Indian highlands) hundreds of thousands of years earlier, LONG before anything resembling "recorded history" (and why the UB is self-identified as "fifth epochal revelation"). ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:03 pm

Regarding church wineries, bars, and B&Bs ...

Re: http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/betw ... this-week/

"more than 70 percent of our citizens still claim to be Christian, congregational participation is less central to many Americans’ faith than it once was. ... A similar thing is happening in Europe, only on a much greater scale. Over there, hundreds of churches have been transformed into Islamic mosques ... As attendance has declined, so has giving, and at this point the percentage of charity donations going to religious institutions is at an all-time low ... A large number of abandoned churches have become wineries or breweries or bars. Others have been converted into hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, and Airbnbs. A few have been transformed into entertainment venues, such as an indoor playground for children, a laser-tag arena, or a skate park."

:idea: This article is focused on the financial problems of churches more than the seemingly abandoned Christian religion. Interestingly, "congregational participation" seems vibrant and expanding with Islam, albeit the number of mosques is still far less than the number of churches (in the U.S.). Perhaps, the non-institutional "church" of Jesus (re: 195:10.11) is the Phoenix about to arise from the ashes of abandoned buildings (from Wikipedia: "In Greek mythology, a phoenix is a long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again." ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Tue Dec 04, 2018 9:06 pm

Re: https://www.foxnews.com/science/is-ther ... or-auction
(comment by SchrodingersCat041) "Science is dynamic; religion is stagnant"

:idea: However (and beyond Einstein) ...
Science is stagnant if it remains too impressed by last year's proofs (and proofers). :roll:

:cheers: Religion is dynamic if it keeps exploring the infinite, guided to and fro by material science, and ever believing that human life has an evolutionary beginning, spiritual (non-material) destiny, and beginning-of-existence earth-life purpose. 8)

Science can certainly study material reality and the material observables of human religion, but what can science truly say about the unknown, about the other faintly-glimpsed universes (and spiritual beings), about all that exists behind the slowly fading veil of "modern" astronomy (and science)? :scratch:

:roll Interestingly, philosophy can support both "dynamic" and "stagnant", proffer stimulating opinions/interpretations, and sometimes redefine competitors and their game boards. Perhaps, religion is the leaven that keeps science grounded where it "knows whereof it speaks" but no more ... by intelligent design from above and beyond. ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Fri Dec 07, 2018 9:11 pm

Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... nduct.html

"Eric Sprankle, an associate professor of clinical psychology and sexuality studies at Minnesota State University-Mankato,
accused God of sexual misconduct for impregnating Mary" :roll:

:idea: However, Joseph is truly the father of Mary's first child!
"Virgin birth" refers to the incarnation of a Divine Son along with the human Jesus
and, perhaps, that Mary was a virgin during this mysterious conception. :?

To wit (regarding Mary's first child):

:study: "Gabriel appeared to Mary by the side of a low stone table and, after she had recovered her composure, said: 'I come at the bidding of one who is my Master and whom you shall love and nurture. To you, Mary, I bring glad tidings when I announce that the conception within you is ordained by heaven, and that in due time you will become the mother of a son; you shall call him Joshua, and he shall inaugurate the kingdom of heaven on earth ... And doubt not my word, Mary, for this home has been chosen as the mortal habitat of the child of destiny'" (122:3.1)

:study: "Jesus derived much of his unusual gentleness and marvelous sympathetic understanding of human nature from his father; he inherited his gift as a great teacher and his tremendous capacity for righteous indignation from his mother. In emotional reactions to his adult-life environment, Jesus was at one time like his father, meditative and worshipful, sometimes characterized by apparent sadness; but more often he drove forward in the manner of his mother’s optimistic and determined disposition. All in all, Mary’s temperament tended to dominate the career of the divine Son as he grew up and swung into the momentous strides of his adult life. In some particulars Jesus was a blending of his parents’ traits; in other respects he exhibited the traits of one in contrast with those of the other." (122:5.3)

:idea: This Paper does not deny that Joseph was Jesus' father, simply confirming that Jesus would be both human and divine, an incarnated Creator Son on his final bestowal mission; the incarnation mystery forever remaining a secret of Sonarington:

:study: "When a Son of God becomes a Son of Man, is literally born of woman, as occurred on your world nineteen hundred years ago, it is a universal mystery. It is occurring right along throughout the universes, and it is a Sonarington secret of divine sonship. The Adjusters are a mystery of God the Father. The incarnation of the divine Sons is a mystery of God the Son; a secret locked up in the seventh sector of Sonarington" (13:1.8 )

:scratch: It seems reasonable to conjecture that those forces and beings required to raise Lazarus from the dead - with a healed body - are the same forces and beings that facilitated a virgin birth with Joseph still Jesus' biologic father. ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sat Dec 15, 2018 12:57 pm

Re: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 318551002/

:scratch: Denied entrance? Never :!:
:scratch: Nurturing rehabilitation? Probably. ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Fri Dec 28, 2018 3:06 pm

Re: https://squarecircles.com/wp-content/up ... _large.jpg
"The Family Tree of Humanity" (left click to enlarge)

Updated by Saskia at SquareCircles.com. 8)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sun Dec 30, 2018 8:57 pm

:flower: About the mind of MR God (short video by Michio Kaku) ...

Re: https://www.intellectualtakeout.org/blo ... d-universe

“The final solution resolution could be that God is a mathematician”
“The mind of God, we believe, is cosmic music. The music of strings
resonating through 11-dimensional hyperspace.” 8)

:? However ... earlier in this video,
Michio says “Mathematicians pride themselves as being useless,
they love being useless!, it's a badge of courage being useless!”

:roll: However ... of Kaku's MR (Methodological Reductionism),
methinks that in reducing an infinite God to a simple equation
(to unify all the forces in nature), a length of even infinity -1
cannot reveal the mind of God! :o

:idea: So ... if God is a mathematician, his(her) calculus must originate
based on the summation of infinite - not infinitesimal - differences. ;)

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Post by Amigoo » Mon Dec 31, 2018 3:11 am

:sunflower: Presenting a 2019 GoFundMe project (new concept):

iAM~ER - independent Association of Missionaries for Epochal Revelation

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Fri Jan 04, 2019 4:56 pm

:idea: Speaking of perspective ...
(regarding Father's presence within in relation to UB dissemination)

The part can never be greater than the whole ...
but neither can the whole be greater than the part. ;)

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Post by Amigoo » Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:16 am

"Any person, human or divine, may be known and comprehended quite apart
from the external reactions or the material presence of that person." (1:6.4)

Interesting quote in relation to social media interaction. 8)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Tue Jan 15, 2019 9:43 pm

New and informative web site: https://bitterwinter.org/ :roll

Re: https://bitterwinter.org/sinicization-o ... celerates/

"As a result of new official mandates, religious communities across the country are installing new infrastructure and instituting new rituals to demonstrate their patriotism. At the center of the current controversy is the national flag, suddenly occupying a more prominent place on churches and temples than traditional symbols of religion." :o

:salut: "For many believers, this demand from the authorities forces them symbolically to place the state before God, disregarding what their churches may teach about the state and politics."

Re: https://bitterwinter.org/new-surveillan ... religious/

:shock: "'Sharp Eyes' increases the number of cameras on streets, part of China’s plan to install them everywhere, monitoring everyone, including people of faith."

"Surveillance cameras have been installed in churches across the country; here are as many as six to eight cameras installed at some individual churches, inside and out. The government has access to the content of sermons as well as information regarding the lives of those who participate in congregations." ;)


:idea: Undoubtedly, UB dissemination in China will meet significant challenges ...
unless it becomes government-sanctioned, following the rules ...
or stays underground and away from monitoring devices ...
aka "impossible" when devices are in your home. :roll:

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Wed Jan 16, 2019 3:03 am

:flower: Evening insight ...

when symbolism begets symbolism: "Revelatory Silence of Winter",
the Common Era when truth seekers studied the UB in relative silence ...
with the expectation that a "Bitter Winter" is but another season. ;)

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Post by Amigoo » Wed Jan 16, 2019 4:53 am

Re: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 580829002/

"The reasons fell under four categories: life changes ... church or pastor-related reasons ...
religious, ethical or political beliefs ... student and youth ministry reasons"

:scratch: "they're becoming aware of: Do they like the God that they were given growing up?"

Interesting subtlety, suggesting that youth may like a different God,
one not constrained by the formality/tradition of "church". ;)

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:33 pm

:roll: "Lucifer vs. The Dinosaurs" in the news ...

Re: https://www.stevequayle.com/

"Was It An Asteroid OR THE FALL OF LUCIFER That Killed The Dinosaurs And Caused Mile-High Tsunami Around The Earth" :?:

Re: https://www.foxnews.com/science/asteroi ... -the-earth

"Dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago because of a massive asteroid that hit the Earth in the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico, now known as the Chicxulub crater. While it's been generally accepted that the asteroid caused a massive disruption in the planet's climate, a new study says the asteroid also caused a worldwide tsunami that reached more than 5,000 feet in the air." :shock:


;) On the other hand (alternative media ; - ) ...

"These massive creatures became less active and strong as they grew larger and larger; but they required such an enormous amount of food and the land was so overrun by them that they literally starved to death and became extinct — they lacked the intelligence to cope with the situation." (60:2.3)

"One hundred million years ago the reptilian age was drawing to a close. The dinosaurs, for all their enormous mass, were all but brainless animals, lacking the intelligence to provide sufficient food to nourish such enormous bodies. And so did these sluggish land reptiles perish in ever-increasing numbers." (60:2.14)

:idea: If the "Fall of Lucifer" is the time of his Manifesto (200,000 years ago) ...

"The Lucifer manifesto was issued at the annual conclave of Satania on the sea of glass, in the presence of the assembled hosts of Jerusem, on the last day of the year, about two hundred thousand years ago, Urantia time. Satan proclaimed that worship could be accorded the universal forces — physical, intellectual, and spiritual — but that allegiance could be acknowledged only to the actual and present ruler, Lucifer, the 'friend of men and angels' and the 'God of liberty.'" (53:4.1)

:study: See also:
http://www.theub.org/part-ii.html#P053_4_1
http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P060_2_3
http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P060_2_14

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sat Jan 26, 2019 4:03 am

Re: https://www.foxnews.com/science/moon-di ... ar-surface
"Moon discovery: Ancient 4-billion-year-old relic found on lunar surface"

"The possible relic was discovered and dug up in 1971 and scientists believe that it was sent off Earth, thanks to a powerful impact, possibly an asteroid or a comet. After colliding with the Moon (which at the time was three times closer to the Earth than it is now), it mixed with other lunar surface materials."

:study: Re: http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P057_6_6

"4,000,000,000 years ago witnessed the organization of the Jupiter and Saturn systems much as observed today except for their moons,
which continued to increase in size for several billions of years. In fact, all of the planets and satellites of the solar system are still growing
as the result of continued meteoric captures." (57:6.6)

:scratch: Who knew?! (UB authors, early 1900's) ...
that meteors were flyin' all about when the earth was forming :?:

See also:
5. Origin of Monmatia — The Urantia Solar System
http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P057_5
6. The Solar System Stage — The Planet-Forming Era
http://www.theub.org/part-iii.html#P057_6

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Re: The benefits of reading the Urantia Book

Post by Amigoo » Sat Jan 26, 2019 5:33 pm

Re: https://www.foxnews.com/science/moon-di ... ar-surface
"Moon discovery: Ancient 4-billion-year-old relic found on lunar surface"
:scratch: Who knew?! (UB authors, early 1900's) ...
that meteors were flyin' all about when the earth was forming :?:

:roll More information:
Re: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech ... -MOON.html
"Earth's oldest rock was picked up on the moon by Apollo 14 astronauts
FOUR BILLION years after huge asteroid impact hurled it there" 8)

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