I guess it’s a big deal to be an ascending son of God, because a paper (chapter) is devoted to the subject. It “presents a glorious recital of the unstinted bestowal of divine love and gracious condescension thoughout all time and all universes of the far-flung creation of the Paradise Deities” (444). Besides mortals who ascend, the non-mortals such as seraphim (angels) and the Material Sons (Adam and Eve) and also the midwayer and the Truth Adjuster ascend. Midwayers have a highly peculiar origin, but they have served man in many capacities and sometimes they can be seen by the human eye. The are permitted to ascend when the planet they’ve serve reaches the stage of light and life. To be allowed to ascend to the Father is the most wonderful destiny these beings could possibly want. The Adjuster is a fragment of God the Father inside each human which is there to guide us. He comes in at about 5 years old or when the child starts demonstrating will and the ability to make decisions. The UB says that one can survive by following the Adjuster’s suggestion, or at least not oppose them. Adding the three mortal ascenders (Father-fused, son-fused, spirit-fused). there are seven groups, which is a number repeated very frequently in heaven.
jSpirit identification constitutes the key to personal survival and determines the destiny of spiritual ascension. This is the scary part. First of all, only Adjuster (Father) fused mortals are allowed into Paradise. They are confined to Nebadon or Orvonton. Son-fused mortals will see paradise if the Creator Son Michael has meetings in Paradise, but he won’t be trained to worship the Father. But he will be relieved of the scary test which the Father-fused must take. The way I understand it, the Gods are sitting in a deep fog, so they can’t be seen. The mortal must figure out which God is sitting in the fog by the mortal’s experiences with that God during his time in the flesh. He must intuit the God’s personality. They do this with all three God’s. But failure won’t get you the ax. In another paragraph they say: “As to the chances of mortal survival, let it be made forever clear. All souls of every possible phase of mortal existence will survive provided they manifest willingness to co-operate with their indwelling Adjusters and exhibit a desire to find God and to attain Divine perfection, even though these desires be the first faint flickers of the primitive comprehension of that “true light which lights every man who comes into the world.”
And what about the mortals who have worked so hard, but something is making it impossible to fuse with their Adjusters? And what does fuse mean, anyway? They, in fact, will see Paradise, but only if they are there on business. But the Spirit-fused mortals see the universe and the Son-fused mortal only see the superuniverse. But service is the name of the game in this amazing place. Did it occur to you ever that Jesus came from a PLANET? He built that planet with the help of huge machines and he created animals in LABS–actually he employed Life Carriers on one of Salvington’s satellites for that. The world of space/time applies to everything-all the universes and superuniverses, but not to Paradise and Havona. Together they are called the Central universe. Enormous black rocks orbit around Paradise; one presenter said they were there for balance.