Man

Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly versionSend by emailSend by email

MAN

I. ANDON AND FONTA

1. Andon and fonta were the first human beings. (711.4) 63:1.1

2. Mortal man is not an evolutionary accident. (560.5) 49:1.6

3. Andon and Fonta discovered how to make fire. (712.4) 63:2.4

4. They developed language. (714.4) 63:4.6

5. They are now on the first mansion world, where they welcome Urantia pilgrims. (717.4) 63:7.3

6. The evolutionary worlds harbor seven physical varieties of mortals.

  1. Atmospheric types.
  2. Elemental types.
  3. Gravity types.
  4. Temperature types.
  5. Electric types.
  6. Energizing types.
  7. Unnamed types. (560.7) 49:2.1

II. THE COLORED RACES

1. The Sangik family gave origin to the six colored races. (722.2) 64:5.1

2. There were three primary and three secondary colored races. (564.4) 49:4.2

3. The primary races were the red. yellow, and blue; the secondary were the orange, green, and indigo. (564.4) 49:4.2

III. ADAM AND EVE

1. Adam and Eve, the biologic uplifters, were agriculturists and horticulturists. (575.4) 50:4.3 

(Ed. Note: The text reads as follows: "...the students and teachers in the Prince’s schools were all agriculturists and horticulturists." See also: (580.1) 51:0.1)

2. The second garden was the center of civilization for thirty thousand years. (868.1) 78:0.1

3. By 19,000 B.C. the Adamites numbered 4,500,000. (870.3) 78:2.5

4. The Aryan races sprang from the Adamites—also the Sumerians. (872.2) 78:4.4

(Ed. Note: See also: (871.7) 78:4.1 )

5. The Andites were a blend of violet, Nodite, and Sangik peoples. (871.7) 78:4.1

6. There were seven major invasions of Europe by the Andites. (892.4) 80:4.1

7. The last exodus of the Andites from Turkestan was the Aryan invasion of India. (882.1) 79:4.1

IV. RACIAL TYPES

1. The early five types resulted in three modern groups:

  1. Caucasoid.
  2. Mongoloid.
  3. Negroid. (905.1) 81:4.10

2. There came to be three white races:

  1. Nordic.
  2. Mediterranean.
  3. Alpine. (897.8) 80:9.5

3. The blue men were the founders of an aggressive civilization. (889.1) 80:0.1

4. The modern white races were derived largely from the blue man and the later Adamic stock. (889.2) 80:0.2

5. Early Europeans were a blend of the art and vigor of the blue man and the creative imagination of the Adamites—the Cro-Magnons. (891.4) 80:3.3

6. The yellow men were the first to achieve social solidarity. (885.5) 79:6.8

7. The red men came from Asia to North America 85,000 years ago. (883.7) 79:5.6

8. For three thousand years the military headquarters of the Andites was in Denmark. (893.4) 80:5.2

V. CIVILIZATION

1. There are three classes of human institutions.

  1. Self-maintenance.
  2. Self-perpetuation.
  3. Self-gratification. (772.5) 69:1.2

2. Andites (blended with Vanite-Nodites) settled in Crete in 12,000 B.C. (895.2) 80:7.2

3. Sato, a direct descendant of Adamson, led 375 Adamsonites to Greece. (895.3) 80:7.3

4. Civilization was predicated on fifteen factors:

  1. Natural circumstances.
  2. Capital goods.
  3. Scientific knowledge.
  4. Human resources.
  5. Effectiveness of material resources.
  6. Effectiveness of language.
  7. Effectiveness of mechanical devices.
  8. Character of torch bearers.
  9. Racial ideals.
  10. Co-ordination of specialists.
  11. Place-finding devices.
  12. Willingness to co-operate.
  13. Effective and wise leadership.
  14. Social changes.
  15. Prevention of transitional breakdown. (906.7) 81:6.2

5. The economics of a world settled in light and life:

  1. Of the tithe tax three per cent is spent on education—truth.
  2. Three per cent on recreation—beauty.
  3. Three percent on social welfare and religion—goodness.
  4. One per cent on insurance against age, sickness, and accidents. (625.1) 55:3.2

VI. THE DIVINE MONITOR

1. In the choice of eternal survival, the human will is absolutely sovereign. (71.3) 5:6.8

2. Man, by the aid of his Monitor, can transcend nature. (1221.8) 111:6.1

3. In spiritual endowment, all men are unique and equal. (63.3) 5:1.5

4. Man has an eternal spirit nucleus. (142.1) 12:9.6

5. The Monitor will always recall all personal relationships in the eternal future. (1235.4) 112:5.22

6. Adjuster-indwelt minds possess innate realization of cosmic reality—the fact, law, and love of God—science, duty, and religion. (195.10) 16:9.4

VII. PERSONALITY

1. Mind is fully stabilized only on both extremes—wholly mechanized and entirely spiritualized. (1217.2) 111:1.7

2. We know much about personality, but we have no definition. (1225.2) 112:0.2

3. Personality is not mind, body, soul, or spirit. (9.1) 0:5.11

4. Personality is changeless and unifies all factors of individuality. (9.1) 0:5.11

5. Personality is the gift of God. (1226.5) 112:1.1

6. Personality of nonsurvivors lodges in the Supreme Being. (1232.3) 112:5.2

7. The bestowal of personality is antecedent to the bestowal of Thought Adjusters. (194.3) 16:8.3

8. Personality confers cosmic citizenship. (195.2) 16:8.15

VIII. SEVEN STAGES OF LIGHT AND LIFE

1. The era of light and life is inaugurated by the Trinity Teacher Sons. (621.1) 55:0.1

2. The Planetary Prince becomes the Planetary Sovereign. (622.1) 55:1.1

3. In light and life the chief pursuit of mortals is truth, beauty, and goodness - philosophy, cosmology, and divinity. (646.3) 56:10.2

4. Mortals have one philosophy, one language, and one religion. (626.11) 55:3.22

5. During these times many translations occur. (622.5) 55:1.5

6. Impending translation is often known in advance. (623.3) 55:2.3

IX. SURVIVAL

1. Mortal choosing determines survival. (69.8) 5:5.13

2. Mind is mortal, but the surviving soul is immortal. (565.1) 49:4.9

3. At death, the unconscious soul goes into the custody of the guardian seraphim. (1234.2) 112:5.13

4. Resurrection is the reassembly of the Adjuster, soul, and personality—with the morontia mind and body. (1234.7) 112:5.18

5. Every person has one chance to choose survival. (1233.5) 112:5.9

6. Survival of the God-choosing soul cannot be prevented by any and all of the limitations of human nature. (69.8) 5:5.13

7. Evolutionary mortals ascend to Paradise to await mustering into the Corps of Finality. (354.6) 31:10.20

8. Special resurrections are conducted from time to time and always every one thousand years. (568.5) 49:6.2

9. Children dying before getting Thought Adjusters are repersonalized on the finaliter worlds concomitant with the arrival of either parent on the mansion worlds. (570.1) 49:6.12

10. When mortal man fails to survive, spiritual values of human experience survive in the Thought Adjuster—personality values persist in the Supreme Being. (195.9) 16:9.3

Foundation Info

Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly version

Urantia Foundation, 533 W. Diversey Parkway, Chicago, IL 60614 USA |
Tel: +1-773-525-3319; Fax: +1-773-525-7739
© Urantia Foundation. All rights reserved