Urantian cosmology, illustration

Urantian cosmology, illustration

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Caption: Urantian cosmology. Illustration of the 'Havona' aspect of the cosmology described in 'The Urantia Book', a spiritual text first published in 1955. This text had been produced from around 1924 in Chicago, USA. The first part of the book describes the Urantian cosmology. Paradise (and God) is at the centre of the cosmos (white glow at upper left), surrounded by the eternal universe of Havona with a billion worlds. Around these are seven incomplete super-universes, each with 100,000 local universes of 10 million worlds. The Earth (Urantia) is in a local universe called Nebadon, part of the seventh super-universe Orvonton.

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