Dalamatia was the physical Earth headquarters of the Planetary Prince, Caligastia. It was established around 500,000 BC in the area corresponding to present day Iraq. It was the world center of culture, laid out in ten subdivisions, enclosed within a wall forty feet high. After the planetary rebellion around 200,000 BC, it sank beneath the waters of the Persian Gulf.
Eden was the beautiful headquarters of Adam and Eve on Earth. Established around 35,000 BC, Eden was situated on a peninsula in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. "Without and beyond, the world lay in darkness, ignorance, and savagery. Eden was the one bright spot on Earth. It was a garden of exquisite and perfected landscape glory. After the default of Adam and Eve, a second garden was established to the east, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The original Eden eventually sank below the waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Urantia is the name of planet Earth on the universe registries. Urantia is unusual for a number of reasons. It is a decimal planet (the site of life experimentation). Earth had an abnormal introduction of the colored (Sangik) races. Earth was thrown into confusion and quarantined from contact with the local universe by the Lucifer Rebellion and the Caligastia defection. The administration of Earth was further handicapped by the Adamic default. Partially because of these handicaps, Earth was selected for the bestowal of Michael, the universe sovereign, who incarnated on Urantia as Jesus of Nazareth.
Satania is the administrative system of approximately 1,000 inhabitable planets to which Earth belongs; one of the 10,000 such systems in Nebadon. Jerusem is the capital sphere of the Satania. Satania was named for Satan, the first assistant to Lucifer, who was the System Sovereign at the time of the rebellion two hundred thousand years ago.
Jerusem is the headquarters of Earth's local system of Satania. It is the first of many capital spheres ascenders will visit during their ascent to Paradise. Ascenders attain Jerusem after traversing the seven Mansion Worlds, which are among the satellites of Jerusem.
The mansion worlds are where ascenders go after departing Earth. They consist of seven small satellites circling the first of the seven transition worlds orbiting Jerusem, the system capital. Mortal resurrection occurs on the first mansion world, known as Mansonia Number One.
Norlatiadek is the constellation to which Earth belongs. Constellations represent the 100 primary divisions of local universes and link the systems to local universe administration.
Edentia is the capital of Earth's constellation of Norlatiadek. It a beautiful architecturally constructed world that contains a potential of 100,000 inhabited planets. The "gardens of Eden" established on the individual planets by the planetary Adams and Eves, are named after this sphere.
Local Universe (Nebadon)
Nebadon is the name of Earth's local universe, one of 700,000 similar creations in the grand universe. It is the creation and the domain of Christ Michael, who lived a life in the flesh on Earth as Jesus. Nebadon has a potential of ten million inhabited planets, grouped and administered into 100 constellations each having 100 systems of 1000 worlds each.
Salvington is the immense capital of the local universe of Nebadon and the personal headquarters of Christ Michael. Ten clusters of architectural worlds, each containing forty-nine spheres, surround it. Ascenders visit each of these 490 satellites before attaining the presence of Michael on Salvington, from where they depart as first stage spirit beings to continue the long ascent to Paradise.
Super Universe Seven (Orvonton)
Orvonton is the seventh of the seven super universes that, in conjunction with the Paradise/Havona system, comprise the grand universe of time and space. Orvonton is divided into 10 major sectors, each of which is divided into 100 minor sectors. Each minor sector contains 1,000 local universes. Each local universe is comprised of 100 constellations. Each constellation is comprised of 100 local systems, each having a potential of 1,000 inhabited worlds. Earth is the 606th of the 619 currently inhabited worlds in the system of Satania.
Uversa is the capital of Orvonton, the seventh super universe, and the last place ascenders visit in the ascension career before proceeding to the eternal central universe. From Uversa, the Ancients of Days authorized giving the fifth epochal revelation, The Urantia Book, to Earth.
Central Universe (Havona)
Havona is the eternal Central Universe. It consists of one billion worlds arranged in seven concentric circles. These billion worlds circle Paradise with its twenty-one sacred spheres. The pilgrims of time and space will eventually visit and study in every one of these billion enormous, perfect, unique worlds, enroute to the Father on Paradise.
Paradise is at the center of all creation. It is the largest body of organized reality in the entire cosmos. Paradise is a stationary isle. It does not occupy space. It generates all space. Paradise is eternal, without beginning or end. Paradise is the abode of the Universal Father, and the origin of the Paradise Creator Sons. Paradise is the destination of ascending time-space creatures.
1. Local Universe: There are 700,000 local universes in the Grand Universe, each having a potential of 10,000 inhabited worlds. Earth's local universe is Nebadon, the domain of Michael, the Creator Son of Nebadon.
2. Super universe. There are seven super universes, each having 100,000 local universes. Earth's super universe is Orvonton. The Milky Way is the nucleus of Orvonton.
3. Central Universe: This consists of Havona, the 1 billion worlds circling Paradise, as well as Paradise itself and 21 sacred spheres.
4. Grand Universe. This consists of the central universe plus the seven super universes.
5. Master Universe: All creation, the grand universe plus the four outer space levels. The enormous reaches of the outer space levels are being organized for future habitation.
The absolute level had no beginning. It is endless, timeless, and contains no space. The absolute transcends time, space, infinity, eternity, and the Ultimate.
Space potency; a phase of force-energy which is a prereality, considered to be the free space presence of the Unqualified Absolute, and is responsive only to the grasp of the Universal Father.
Absolutum is the matter composing Paradise. It is not found anywhere else in creation.
Absonite is a level of existence midway between absolute and finite. Things and beings without beginning or ending that characterize the absonite level of reality. It transcends time and space. Absoniters are not created. They are eventuated. They simply are. Absonite things and beings are sub-infinite since they do have limitations.
Incarnation is the unrevealed process by which the spirit of man or god inhabits mortal flesh.
Infinite things have no limits. Unlimited distance or number is called infinity. Unlimited time is called eternity. Mortals are finite beings who cannot really begin to comprehend infinity or eternity. Like God, who is infinite and eternal, mortals must accept unlimited realities on faith.
Eugenics is the study of improving the human race by selective reproduction, that is, encouraging the multiplication of the higher strains of all races, while limiting the reproduction of the lower types. It comes from the Greek eu, meaning good, and genos, meaning race.
Eventuate means to be - not created, not evolving, but simply being. Creatures can hardly comprehend the existence of intelligent beings that are neither creators nor creatures. Some things and beings were never created nor do they create. They eventuate.
Evolutionary things grow and develop. The Supreme Being is evolutionary and experiential, as distinguished from the Universal Father who is existential. Mankind's religions are evolutionary, as distinguished from the Urantia Book, which is revelatory. The development of higher animals and man from simple one-celled creatures was an evolutionary process.
Existential things simply are. The Unqualified Absolute is existential. The Ultimate eventuates. The Supreme evolves experientially.
Experiential means having experience. This implies existing in time and space rather than infinity and eternity. The Supreme Being is the experiential aspect of Deity.
Finite things have limits. For example, seven hundred trillion (the number of potential worlds in the Grand Universe) is a finite number.
Jesusonian is a personal religion. It is distinguished from the Christian religion since it emphasizes the teachings of Jesus, rather than the teachings about Jesus. Unfortunately, the religion about Jesus has largely replaced the religion of Jesus, the simple gospel of faith and love, the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man.
Morontia is the transitional state of being between the physical and the spiritual. Jesus was in his morontial bodies during his nineteen resurrection appearances to his apostles and other believers. Mortals will become morontia beings when they arrive on the Mansion worlds after resurrection from mortal death. The morontia body will be up stepped 570 times before the ascendant being departs from the local universe as a first-stage spirit being on the ascension journey to Paradise. Morontia refers to material, mind, soul, and spiritual realities.
God the Ultimate entails the attained realization of the synthesized absonite-super personal, time-space-transcended, and eventuated-experiential values, coordinated on final creative levels of Deity reality." Ultimate means final - the final level of reality just before Absolute.
An energy particle that is the primary unit of material existence, 100 of which combine to form a single electron. Ultimatons are not responsive to linear gravity, but are subject to Paradise gravity.
The Urantia Book uses the term "universe" in several different ways. It speaks of local universes and super universes, of the central universe, the grand universe, and the master universe.
Havona is the name of the central universe. This is the creation that immediately surrounds Paradise. (The Isle of Paradise is not a part of any universe; it is the motionless and absolute center of all material things.)
Havona is encircled by the seven super universes. Orvonton is the name of the seventh super universe in which Earth (Urantia) is located. Each super universe is designed to embrace 100,000 local universes. Nebadon is the name of Earth’s local universe.
In speaking about the central universe plus the seven super universes, The Urantia Book uses the name "grand universe." This is the presently organized and inhabited creation in contrast to the unorganized and uninhabited space regions (the four outer space levels) beyond the grand universe.
When referring to the grand universe plus the four outer space levels, The Urantia Book uses the term, "master universe."
Unqualified reality is beyond all description. Nothing can be said about it because once described, it is qualified. The infinite I AM freed himself from unqualified infinity energy through the exercise of absolute free will.
The Urantia Book
The 196 papers of The Urantia Book constitute the fifth epochal revelation to planet Earth. Authored by super humans, it was completed in 1936 and published in 1955 by Urantia Foundation. Its 2,097 pages are divided into four parts: The Central and Super universes, the Local Universe, the History of Urantia (Earth), and the Life and Teachings of Jesus. The book has been republished many times and translated into many languages. The book will receive no official publicity pending the formation of thousands of study groups.
A level of cosmic reality between the absolute and the finite, characterized by things and beings without beginnings or endings and by the transcendence of time and space, 0:1.12 (2:12), 115:1.3 (1260.4)
The human associate of Van and outstanding human hero of the Lucifer rebellion, 67:3.8 (757.1)
Ancients of Days
The rulers of the seven superuniverses, who govern in groups of three, 15:0.2 (164.2), 18:3.5 (209.7)
The primary blends of the pure-line violet race and the Nodites plus the evolutionary peoples, 78:4.1 (871.7)
The Nebadon name given to the first human male, signifying “the first Fatherlike creature to exhibit human perfection hunger,” 63:0.2–3 (711.2–3)
The highest type of spirit being produced in large numbers in a local universe, dedicated to the work of creature survival and mortal ascension, 37:3.1–2 (408.4–5)
A mortal personality who has survived death and is traversing the universe levels from the mansion worlds to Paradise, 112:7.12 (1239.1)
One of the seven sacred worlds of the Father and the rendezvous of the ascendant creatures of space, 13:1.21 (147.2)
Paradise Sons of service and bestowal to the individual planets of the local universes, 20:2.3 (225.2)
Bright and Morning Star
The first order of Universe Aids, the first-born of all creatures native to a local universe, and its chief executive. In Nebadon he is Gabriel of Salvington, 37:1.9 (406.11)
Brilliant Evening Stars
The second order of Universe Aids, they serve chiefly as liaison officers of the local universe chief executive, 37:1.3 (406.5), 37:2.1 (407.1)
Former Planetary Prince of Urantia, a secondary Lanonandek, who defaulted during the Lucifer rebellion, 66:0.2 (741.2), 93:10.6 (1025.2)
Havona, the never-beginning, never-ending creation of divine perfection at the heart of which is Paradise, 0:0.5 (1.5)
The Paradise Creator Son of Nebadon, one of the order of Michael. Because of the name associated with his seventh and final bestowal on Urantia, he is sometimes spoken of as Christ Michael, 33:1.1 (366.2)
The Conjoint Actor
One of the names of the Third Source and Center, designating his function as the joint representative and partnership executive of the Father-Son, 9:1.1 (98.6)
The first Paradise order of sonship, created by the Father and the Son, the makers and rulers of the local universes, 21:0.1 (234.1), 35:0.1 (384.1)
The headquarters of the Planetary Prince on Urantia, named in honor of Daligastia, 66:3.3 (743.4)
The Havona name for the Trinity Teacher Sons, Paradise Sons who visit planets when the time is ripe to initiate a spiritual age, 20:7.1 (230.3), 20:9.1 (231.5)
The Deity Absolute
One of the two primal differentials of reality, the deified or Qualified Absolute, within which all divinity activities take place, existing in tension with the undeified or Unqualified Absolute, 0:4.5 (7.3), 0:11.6 (14.4)
Trinity-origin beings who are the counsel of Deity to the realms of the seven superuniverses, 19:3.1 (216.5)
The Divine Minister
A Creative Daughter of the Infinite Spirit who is the actual and effective helper of the Creator Son of a local universe, 21:2.2 (235.5)
One of the seven sacred worlds of the Father, the home of Thought Adjusters, 13:1.4 (144.4)
The headquarters of the constellation of Norlatiadek, 15:7.6 (174.6)
The Eternal Son
One of the names of God the Son, the Second Person of Deity, 0:2.13 (4.7)
Eternals of Days
The directors and perfect administrators of the Havona spheres, 10:6.7 (114.8), 14:3.3 (155.6)
Faithfuls of Days
The Paradise counselors to the Most High rulers of the constellation governments, 15:10.17 (179.4)
Refers to the personality partnership of absolute thought-word union by the Universal Father and the Eternal Son, which is represented and known through the Infinite Spirit, 8:3.1 (93.3), 8:3.6 (93.8)
A glorified ascendant being who has ascended to Paradise, attained perfection, and found the Father, 10:8.7 (116.8), 31:0.8 (345.8)
The First Source and Center
One of the names of the Universal Father, the First Person of Deity, the creator, controller, and upholder who is primal in all domains, 0:2.12 (4.6), 0:3.11 (5.10)
The Nebadon name given to the first human female, signifying “the first Sonlike creature to exhibit human perfection hunger,” 63:0.2–3 (711.2–3)
Paradise-based beings who transmute primordial force into gravity-responsive energy, 29:5.1 (329.1), 9:5.5 (329.5)
God the Absolute
The experientializing God of transcended superpersonal values and divinity meanings, an actualizing Deity personality power-personalizing in the growing universes, now existential as the Deity Absolute, 0:2.18 (4.12), 0:7.1 (10.6)
God the Father
The Universal Father, the First Person of Deity, 0:2.7–8 (4.1–2), 0:2.12 (4.6)
God the Sevenfold
The seven levels of Deity personality functioning in time and space as the evolutionary creature’s approach to Deity, beginning with the Creator Sons and leading up to God the Father, 0:2.15 (4.9), 0:8.1 (11.5)
God the Son
The Eternal Son, the Second Person of Deity, 0:2.13 (4.7)
God the Spirit
The Infinite Spirit, the Third Person of Deity, 0:2.14 (4.8)
God the Supreme
The actualizing or evolving God of time and space, associatively realizing the time-space experiential achievement of creature-Creator identity, 0:2.15 (4.9)
God the Ultimate
The eventuating God of supertime and transcended space, synthesizing absonite-superpersonal values, 0:2.17 (4.11)
The seven evolving superuniverses in association with the central and divine universe, the present organized and inhabited creation, 0:0.6 (1.6), 12:1.13 (129.11)
The first of all mortals to attain Havona, 7:5.8 (87.2)
Mysterious superspirit beings who can traverse space timelessly, they are modified and personalized Adjusters hailing from Divington, 31:2.2 (347.1)
Guardian of Destiny
A mortal’s assigned personal or group seraphim, whose task is to influence but not interfere with their subject, and who conveys the human soul to the mansion worlds after death, 48:5.1 (550.2), 113:5.4 (1246.3)
The perfect central and divine universe, with Paradise at its heart, consisting of one billion worlds, 14:0.1 (152.1)
Divinely perfect offspring of the Paradise Trinity who were not created in time or space, they inhabit the billion spheres of Havona, 19:6.1 (221.3), 14:4.10–11 (157.2–3)
The Thought Adjuster, a fragment of the Universal Father’s prepersonal spirit which he bestows on the minds of mortal will creatures, 32:4.5–6 (363.3–4)
The Infinite Spirit
One of the names of God the Spirit, the Third Person of Deity, 0:2.14 (4.8)
The Isle of Paradise
The eternal center of the universe of universes and the abiding place of the Deities; one of the Seven Absolutes of Infinity, the absolute of patterns, 11:0.1 (118.1), 105:3.4 (1156.1)
Headquarters of Satania, our local system of inhabited worlds, 35:9.1 (393.1)
Present chief executive of the system of Satania, successor to Lucifer, 45:3.1–2 (512.1–2)
One of the seven orders of the Descending Sons of God, they are one of the four orders of Local Universe Sons of God, best known as System Sovereigns and Planetary Princes, 20:1.8 (223.13), 20:1.10 (223.15)
One of the seven orders of the Descending Sons of God, they are one of the four orders of Local Universe Sons of God, responsible for establishing physical life on the evolving worlds, 20:1.9 (223.14), 36:1.1 (396.2)
Light and Life
The era which is the final evolutionary stage attained by a world of time and space, characterized by advanced material, social, cultural, and spiritual development, 55:0.1 (621.1), 55:5.1 (629.10)
A subdivision of a superuniverse comprised of 100 constellations, about 10 million inhabitable planets, and ruled by a Creator Son, 15:2.5 (166.4)
Local Universe Mother Spirit
The consort and associate of a Creator Son, a representative of the Infinite Spirit, who co-creates the local universe with him and ministers to its creatures, 16:5.3 (191.1), 34:0.1 (374.1)
One of the order of Melchizedek Sons, one of the planetary receivers on Urantia, who incarnated on an emergency mission to maintain the light of truth on the planet; he now holds the title of vicegerent planetary prince and is a member of the four and twenty counselors, 93:1.2–3 (1014.4–5), 45:4.16 (514.6)
Also known as Avonals, they are the Paradise Sons of service to the planets of the local universes, 20:2.3 (225.2)
A personality created by the Supreme Being and the Deity Absolute who is the Paradise center of reflectivity in the superuniverses, 17:2.3–4 (200.1–2)
Consisting of one hundred minor sectors, about 100 billion inhabitable worlds, it makes up one tenth of a superuniverse, 15:2.7–8 (166.6–7)
The seven satellites of the first transitional culture world of Jerusem, these are the first homes of mortals in the morontia life following death, 47:0.1 (530.1), 15:7.5 (174.5)
Master Physical Controllers
One of four divisions of the Universe Power Directors, they embrace seven orders which are involved in the control and manipulation of physical energies in the superuniverses, 29:4.4 (324.6)
A Creator Son who is supremely settled in universe authority, having earned sovereign rulership of his own creation by completing his sevenfold bestowal career, 21:3.15 (238.9)
Consisting of six space levels encircling the central Isle, it includes the grand universe—the seven evolving superuniverses in association with the central and divine universe—plus the four outer space levels, 0:0.6 (1.6), 12:1.3 (129.1)
The Material Sons and Daughters
The Planetary Adams and Eves, descending Sons native to the systems, who function as biologic uplifters to evolutionary worlds, 40:2.1 (444.1), 49:5.24 (567.4)
An order of local universe Sons who are intermediaries between the divine levels of existence and the mortal races, they perform many functions, including education, information gathering, counseling, and various special missions, 35:2.1 (385.4), 35:4.2 (389.1)
One of the seven corps of the tertiary supernaphim, they range the Paradise-Havona system as bearers of all messages requiring personal transmission, 26:3.7 (288.7)
Also known as midway creatures, they are material or quasi-material but invisible beings, mortals’ closest relatives, midway between mortals and Material Sons, limited in numbers, and function as the permanent citizens of the evolutionary worlds, 37:9.11 (415.3), 77:8.11 (865.4)
An order of Trinitized Sons of Attainment, glorified ascendant mortals whose loyalty has been tested and who have been Trinity embraced, 15:10.12 (178.12), 22:2.1 (245.1)
Ministering Spirits of Time
One of the three major classifications of the Personalities of the Infinite Spirit, they serve throughout the grand universe down to the planetary level, and are concerned with teaching and ministering to the will creatures of the ascendant scheme of mortal progression, 9:8.23–24 (107.11–12), 24:0.1 (264.1)
Consisting of one hundred local universes (about 1 billion inhabitable planets), it makes up one one-hundredth of a major sector, 15:2.6–7 (166.5–6)
A vast level intervening between the material and the spiritual, it describes the type of form surviving mortals receive on awakening on the mansion worlds after death, 0:5.12 (9.2), 30:4.15 (341.5)
The three Vorondadek Sons presiding over a constellation, so named because they embody the highest administrative wisdom and loyalty of the Local Universe Sons of God, 15:2.4 (166.3), 43:3.1 (488.3)
The wisdom of the morontia level of reality, a supermaterial reality sensitivity, 45:7.6 (518.2), 103:6.7 (1136.2)
Another name for the Thought Adjuster, the gift of God indwelling mortal minds, 2:1.7 (34.6), 107:0.1 (1176.1)
The local universe of whose inhabited planets our world, Urantia, is one, 0:0.5 (1.5)
One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia’s staff, he led the commission on industry and trade, and later became the leader of the rebel group whose descendants were known as the Nodites, 66:5.11 (747.1), 67:4.2 (757.5)
The eighth race to appear on Urantia, descendants of the 60 disloyal members of Caligastia’s staff, which blended with the violet and evolutionary races to form the Andites, 77:2.8 (857.5), 78:4.1 (871.7)
The constellation to which Urantia’s sytem, Satania, belongs, 43:0.1 (485.1)
The seventh superuniverse, to which our local universe, Nebadon, belongs, 15:1.5 (165.4)
One of the names of the Universal Father, used by those on worlds which have had a Paradise bestowal Son, 1:1.5 (23.2)
The enormous abode at the center of the universe but existing outside time and space; the dwelling place of Deity, and the goal of ascending mortals, 11:0.1 (118.1), 22:10.9 (254.6)
The Paradise Deities
The Universal Father, the Eternal Son, and the Infinite Spirit, 30:2.6 (334.14)
The Paradise Father
One of the names of the Universal Father, the First Person of Deity, 0:2.12 (4.6)
The Paradise Son
One of the names of the Eternal Son, the Second Person of Deity, 0:2.13 (4.7)
The eternal Deity union of the Universal Father, the Eternal Son, and the Infinite Spirit, associating as infinite persons functioning in a nonpersonal capacity, 0:12.2 (15.8), 10:4.3 (112.6)
Perfections of Days
Rulers of the superuniverse major sectors, 15:10.14 (179.1)
Perfectors of Wisdom
One of seven groups involved in superuniverse government, they are a creation of the Paradise Trinity designed to personify the wisdom of divinity in the superuniverses, 15:10.5 (178.5), 19:2.1 (215.10)
Personalities of the Infinite Spirit
One of three great groups of the functional family of the Third Source and Center, who serve throughout the grand universe, including the seraphic hosts who minister to material beings, 2:1.7 (34.6), 9:8.20 (107.8)
A Thought Adjuster who has been given a personality bestowed by the Universal Father after repeated service with nonsurviving mortals or functioning as the indwelling Adjuster of an incarnated bestowal Son, 40:4.1 (444.4)
Power-control creatures of the Third Source and Center who regulate and stabilize physical energies in the systems, under supervision of a Master Physical Controller and a system power center, 9:3.6 (101.6), 41:2.3–4 (457.2–3)
A group of secondary Lanonandek Sons who are sent to rule the inhabited planets; their mission is to foster the human races’ progress from barbarism to civilization, 50:0.1 (572.1), 52:2.1 (591.1)
Power-control creatures of the Third Source and Center whose function is to transmute energy into matter to provide a material foundation for the local creation, 9:3.6 (101.6), 32:1.2 (357.6)
Recents of Days
An order of Supreme Trinity Personalities created in administrative perfection, they are the directors of the superuniverse minor sectors, presiding in groups of three, 18:0.9 (207.9), 18:5.1 (211.6)
Any of several orders of seraphim who function as recording angels at various levels of universe administration, 39:1.17 (429.3), 39:2.14 (431.3)
The headquarters sphere of the local universe of Nebadon, 32:2.3 (358.5)
Refers to the six evolutionary races of color on Urantia, who originated in a single family of the Badonite tribes, descendants of Andon and Fonta, 64:5.2 (722.3), 64:6.1 (722.6)
One of the lowest order of angels, in a pair with a cherubim, they are aids to the seraphic ministers, the routine spirit workers on the individual worlds of the systems, 38:7.1–2 (422.1–2), 38:7.3–4 (422.3–4)
Our local system of inhabited planets, with 619 inhabited worlds, and Jerusem as its headquarters, 32:2.9 (359.6), 48:6.31 (554.5)
The Second Source and Center
One of the names of the Eternal Son, the Second Person of Deity, the co-ordinate creator and upholder of spirit realities in the universe, 6:1.1 (73.5), 7:0.3 (81.3)
Children of the Reflective Spirits created in groups of seven, they have reflective abilities and serve in various capacities from the shores of Paradise to the evolutionary worlds of space, 28:3.1–2 (307.3–4), 28:7.1 (317.4)
The angels of a local universe, they are slightly above mortals in the scale of existence; their functions are many, and they are closely associated with the material creatures of the worlds, 38:2.6 (419.6), 38:5.4 (421.3)
Seven Adjutant Mind-Spirits
Created by the Mother Spirit of a local universe, they represent her mind ministry to the material minds of the realms, including the animal orders, 36:5.1 (401.5), 36:5.13 (403.1)
Seven Master Spirits
Brought into existence by the Infinite Spirit, and expressing the characteristics of the seven associative possibilities of the three persons of Deity, each rules one of the superuniverses from the worlds of the Infinite Spirit surrounding Paradise, 13:0.5 (143.5), 16:0.1 (184.1)
An order of spirit beings without form who are the only personalities capable of traveling at incomprehensible speeds almost independent of time, and who travel alone for technical reasons, 23:1.9 (257.4), 23:3.6–7 (261.4–5)
Chief of the planetary helpers on duty during the default of Adam and Eve, 51:3.5 (583.4)
Sons of God
A term which may refer to categories of divine Sons originating on Paradise, to descending Sons created as administrators in the local universes, or to mortal creatures who recognize that God is their Father, 20:1.5 (223.10), 20:10.2 (232.5), 40:6.2 (448.1)
The Spirit of Truth
The spirit presence of a bestowal son “poured out upon all flesh” after the completion of his mission, it came to Urantia at Pentecost following Jesus’ ascension, 52:5.6 (596.4), 194:0.1 (2059.1)
An animal order of existence without survival souls but intelligent and beautiful, they are the landscape gardeners of the headquarters worlds, 46:7.2 (527.16), 46:7.7 (528.5)
One of seven segments of the grand universe, each comprised of one trillion inhabitable planets, 15:0.1 (164.1)
The experiential God of the evolutionary creatures of time and space, 0:2.15 (4.9)
The ruler of a local system of up to a thousand inhabited worlds, who personally directs affairs within his part of a local universe and is the immediate superior of the Planetary Princes, 35:9.5 (393.5), 50:2.1 (573.2)
The Third Source and Center
One of the names of the Infinite Spirit, the Third Person of Deity, and the conjoint associate and exclusive executive of the Father and the Son, 8:1.8 (91.5), 8:2.3 (92.4)
The divine spirit that indwells the mind of man, 0:5.9 (8.9)
Those High in Authority
A group of Trinitized Sons of Attainment, former mortals who have superb administrative wisdom, they may function as a member of a trinitized evolutionary trio, 19:3.7 (217.6), 22:3.1 (246.2)
Those without Name and Number
A group of Trinitized Sons of Attainment, former mortals who have developed extraordinary spiritual comprehension, they may function as a member of a trinitized evolutionary trio, 19:3.7 (217.6), 22:4.1 (246.6)
All beings embraced by the Paradise Trinity even though not of direct Trinity origin, 20:0.5 (223.5)
Trinity Teacher Sons
The supernal teachers of all personalities, human and divine, of origin in the Paradise Trinity, 7:6.6 (88.4), 20:7.1 (230.3)
A type of triune cosmic relationship, they are non-Father in constitution and are consequential to the existence of the real triunities, 104:5.1 (1151.1)
Threefold relationships of absolutes that are distinct from the Paradise Trinity, but include the Universal Father, 104:3.15–16 (1147.7–8), 104:4.1 (1147.11)
The first measurable form of energy, having Paradise as its nucleus; the basic unit of energy-matter making up the electron, 42:1.2 (467.4), 42:4.5 (473.3)
Unions of Days
Trinity-origin personalities who are the Paradise observers and advisers to the rulers of the local universes, and who may assume authority when the Michael Son is absent, 21:2.11 (237.1), 120:1.4 (1326.1)
The Universal Absolute
That which co-ordinates and unifies the two primal differentials of reality, the Qualified (Deity) and Unqualified Absolutes, equalizing cosmic tensions and allowing the finite and infinite to coexist, 0:3.18 (5.17), 0:11.13 (15.3)
Beings who personify the judgment of Deity, assigned to Havona and to each of the superuniverses, who render the divine conclusion of all counsel and testimony, 19:4.2–3(217.8–9), 19:4.5 (218.3)
The Universal Father
The First Person of Deity, 0:2.12 (4.6)
Universe Mother Spirit
The associate of a Michael Son in the administration of a local universe, who originates as a daughter of the Infinite Spirit and accompanies him to his new creation as his helper and consort, 33:3.4 (368.4), 33:3.2 (368.2)
Power that includes all forms of energy which, while still responding to Paradise gravity, are directly responsive to linear gravity, 0:6.7 (9.9)
The creative companion of the Creator Son and co-director in all details of local universe management, 33:3.3 (368.3), 33:3.7 (369.2)
The permanent citizens of the constellation headquarters worlds, nonreproducing beings who help in the socialization of ascending mortals, 37:9.8 (414.13), 43:8.12 (495.1)
One of the two primal differentials of reality, a nonpersonal, extradivine, and undeified positive universe overcontrol in infinity, existing in tension with the Deity Absolute, 0:4.5 (7.3), 0:11.7–8 (14.5–6)
The universe name for planet Earth, 0:0.1 (1.1)
The capital of the superuniverse of Orvonton, 0:0.5 (1.5)
One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff, he directed the supreme court of tribal coordination and racial cooperation and led the loyal staff during the rebellion, 66:5.31 (749.2)
Created by the Creator Son and the Creative Spirit, they are best known as the Most Highs or the Constellation Fathers, 20:1.10 (223.15)