Paradise

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PARADISE

I. THE NATURE OF PARADISE

1. The Universal Father revealed the infinity potential of his nonpersonal self as Paradise. (127.1) 11:9.3

2. Paradise is not spherical—it is ellipsoid. (119.3) 11:2.2

3. Time and space are nonexistent on Paradise. (2.13) 0:1.13

4. Paradise is the center of the universe of universes. (118.1) 11:0.1

5. Paradise is the geographic center of infinity. (126.7) 11:9.2

6. Paradise is motionless—it is the Absolute of material-gravity control. (7.10) 0:4.12

7. Paradise is composed of absolutum. (120.1) 11:2.9

8. Paradise is the absolute of patterns. (127.3) 11:9.5

9. Paradise is divided into three domains:

1. Upper Paradise.

2. Peripheral Paradise.

3. Nether Paradise. (119.5) 11:2.4

10. Paradise is not a creator—it is a unique controller. (7.11) 0:4.13

11. Paradise is not Deity—it is not conscious. (127.2) 11:9.4

II. THE DIVINE RESIDENCE

1. Paradise is the dwelling place of the eternal God. (1.5) 0:0.5

2. The Universal Father is cosmically focalized, spiritually personalized, and geographically resident on Paradise. (118.4) 11:1.2

III. UPPER PARADISE

1. Upper Paradise consists of three spheres:

1. Deity presence.

2. Most Holy Sphere.

3. Holy Area. (120.4) 11:3.1

2. Each of numerous residential units lodges one billion working groups. (121.1) 11:3.4

3. Worship is the highest joy of Paradise residents. (304.3) 27:7.5

4. Paradise is the destiny of all ascendant mortals. (126.6) 11:9.1

IV. PERIPHERAL PARADISE

1. On peripheral Paradise are the landing and dispatching fields; also the force-focal headquarters of the Seven Master Spirits. (121.2) 11:4.1

2. Here are the historic and prophetic exhibit areas. (121.4) 11:4.3

V. NETHER PARADISE

1. On nether Paradise, all physical-energy circuits have their origin. (122.1) 11:5.1

2. Here is the space presence of the Unqualified Absolute. (122.7) 11:5.7

3. On nether Paradise is found the center for space respiration. (122.5) 11:5.5

4. Paradise exists without time and has no location in space. (120.2) 11:2.10

5. Space is a bestowal of Paradise. (124.5) 11:7.4

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