The Urantia Book

What we think of as the universe is composed first of Paradise and Havona. Havona, besides the one billion planets circling Paradise in seven rings, contains three more rings belonging to each member of the Trinity, and composed of seven planets each. Revolving around the fringes of Havona are massive dark gravity bodies. The mass of the central universe is far in excess of the mass of all seven superuniverses. The seven superuniverses are in a horizontal position in relation to the central universe. Beyond the superuniverses, there are four Outer Space levels. The first level is being developed.

Astrophysicists are worried because the galaxies are flying away from us and the universe is expanding, and if this continues, there won’t be anything in space to study. But the universes breathe, and now they are expanding; it is a two billion year cycle, and they are at the midpoint of the expansion. Universes are created from materialization of mass and energy by power directors and beings who can create a mini-galaxy. As soon as there are objects in the universe (Nebadon), the Creator Son Michael started building his headquarters planet Salvington. He placed it in the center of the mass of the universe. By all reports these artificial planets are very beautiful. And there is some kind of technology that keeps them warm and sunny and dimmed at night. When people have a death experience, they probably go to Jerusem. One man mentioned a “sea of glass” which Jerusem has.

The geography of the grand universe: one system embraces approximately 1,000 planets (our system is Satania and it has 619 inhabited planets). A constellation has 100 systems and 100,000 planets. A universe has 100 contellations and 10,000,000 planets. A minor sector has 100 universes and 1,000,000,000 planets. A major sector has 100 minor sectors and 100,000,000,000 planets. A superuniverse has 10 major sections and 1, 000,000,000,000 planets. In all seven superuniverses there are 7, 000,000,000,000 inhabited planets.

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