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The Urantia Book, published in 1955, explains the cosmology of the Universe, the ascension plan for mortals in the time and space worlds and the true story of the Jesus incarnation. It was presented by various authors in the spiritual hierarchy and our United Midwayers, who share the planet. Click on the book graphic to open a pdf file of the book.

Artwork & Graphic Design by Gwen Cleveland, David L. Hubbard

Architectural Spheres of the Mater Universe

The Destiny of the Master Universe

Details of the Mater Universe

Overview of the Master Universe

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The Paradise Arc of Infinity

The Paradise-Havona System of the Master Universe

The Master Universe - Central Isle of Paradise

The Master Universe - Space Respiration

Urantia Charts courtesy Gary Tonge, www.visionafar.com

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URANTIA PHILOSOPHY OF LIVING:

From the 2,196 pages of the Urantia Book, Robert Sarmast has written and developed a significant document that synthesizes much of the book's advice. Thanks to Paula Thompson at the Urantia Fellowship for sharing, and thanks to Robert for this exemplary work. Well-known and respected in the Urantia movement, Robert has led two research expeditions into the Mediterranean Sea in search of the second Garden of Eden; a third expedition is being planned if donations can support it. Urantia Philosophy of Living PDF

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URANTIA history includes a dynamic relationship with Vern Grimsley, a global radio personality and orator, who established the Spiritual Renaissance Institute in Clayton, CA, with a strong Urantia-based Jesus message. Here is a document relating to his broadcasts and lectures. (7)


Grimsley was strongly attacked in 1983-84 by a clique within Urantia for receiving ‘messages’ related to a possible nuclear strike. The threat was actually real. This was said to be a threat to the image of Urantia as a ‘doomsday cult’ inflicted by New Age fantasy. He was also accused of bootlegging the book by not mentioning it in his Jesus of Urantia sermons. Turrmoil ensued within the Family of God volunteers at the Institute and it eventually dissolved. Here in 1984, Grimsley explains his support of the “no publicity” Urantia policy to explain why the book itself was not touted from the podium. (2)


A letter from Grimsley to Clyde Bedell in November, 1984, explaining the realities around the messages controversy over the past year. (3)


Vern celebrates his many years with the Global Broadcasting Network in 1989. (4) He preached the values of the Urantia Book throughout his career.


The GALILEAN, an essay from Vern in 1993, on the incarnation of Jesus on our planet, shared with Mo Seigel, a Urantia Foundation trustee and founder of Celestial Seasonings Tea. Mo supported Vern in Boulder, CO, and once noted that there was room for all residents in their civil defense shelters. (5)


The Urantia Book and the Principles of Practical Psychology, an academic paper. (6)

The Vern Grimsley Information Packet

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Consideration of Some Criticisms of the Urantia Book, by Bill Sadler

Bill Sadler Jr. answers criticisms of the Urantia Book, one by one, in 1958, three years after publication. Includes the book's 74 previously-unknown revelations.

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Introduction to The Sherman Diaries

Square Circles publishing introduces the final volume of The Sherman Diaries. Visit the site also for a host of new, illuminating historic documents from the first decade of the Urantia Book's publication.