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Arthur Krohnert
Arthur Krohnert

Urantia book  paper 49 also reveals that the worlds of the non-breathers, Atmospheric types of life (3) that we would be most interested in the conduct and affairs of such a planet  since one is in close proximity of us (Urantia.) Now where could that be? In our own solar system maybe?

 I would like to find our sister planet and also the oldest inhabited planet in the system of Santania, Anova, long ago and probably in the later stages of Light and Life being the first inhabited world in all of Nebadon.. It is a planet that that is one of the 44 satellites that revolve around an enormous .dark planet receiving the differential light of three suns. We could find that?

ray berner
ray berner

That is why the Urantia book published in the 1950s reveals that the sun sends x-ray protons out through (what we call empty space) and over great distances to be absorbed by other suns or black holes

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