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On race the UB explains that we all have a genetic inheritance of varying quality but are loved equally by our heavenly Father and are subsequently all brothers and sisters. One with an inferior inheritance had no more to do with that then one with a superior inheritance. The genetic deficiencies which persist are the result of the Lucifer rebellion and Eve's default when she mated with a mortal of the realm and disrupted the plan of planetary redemption.
Robert "Bobby" Pendragon, an everyday athletic junior high school student from Stony Brook, Connecticut discovers that he is a Traveler: someone who is able to use mystical flumes to journey among ten distinct spacetime realities, called "territories." His Uncle Press, the lead Traveler, tells him that they have a crucial mission: to stop the efforts of the shapeshifting demon Saint Dane, a supporter of the darker side of human nature who believes that everything there is or was, collectively called Halla, must be destroyed so that he may rebuild it, according to his own designs. As each territory reaches a critical turning point, Saint Dane arrives, hoping to lead its people toward self-destruction. Bobby travels to the ten territories to thwart Saint Dane's plans, sending journals to his home (Second Earth) to be received by his best friends Mark Dimond and Courtney Chetwynde, who become sometimes involved with the action and are deemed Bobby's "acolytes." There is one Traveler from each territory and Bobby soon realizes that his role is to replace his uncle as the lead Traveler, pursuing Saint Dane across Halla, and helping to guide the territories back toward stability with the assistance of the other Travelers, their acolytes, and further allies.
The turning points of the territories, in order, occur on Denduron, Cloral, First Earth, Veelox, Eelong, Zadaa, Quillan, Ibara, Second Earth, and Third Earth. Not only does Bobby come up against the forces of Saint Dane, but he also learns the skills of martial arts and how to respect the diverse peoples of the territories he encounters, which wildly differ in their social structures, technologies, philosophies, traditions, and other cultural aspects. He also has to adapt to each territory's environments to get to Saint Dane. As the saga progresses, Bobby begins to learn the nature of what it really means to be a Traveler, that Saint Dane's ultimate goal includes a mysterious event called "the Convergence," and how different he actually is from a normal American teenager. By the ninth book, Bobby successfully prevents the destruction of six territories, but on Second Earth, Veelox, and Quillan the Travelers fail, allowing Saint Dane to claim victory. Even worse, by taking over Second Earth, Saint Dane manages to reverse all previous Traveler victories, founding an elitist, genocidal cult called Ravinia that marches its robot army of humanoid soldiers freely throughout the territories. In the last book, Bobby and the Travelers learn that they are not actually humans, but rather, spirits created by Solara, the source of all accumulated human knowledge. Reuniting one last time, they manage to defeat Saint Dane in a final battle on Third Earth, thus reviving Halla and beginning its process toward recovery.
Originally posted by Runciter33
And that is sort of justifying racism to me, yes it was a different era, but as i stated in a previous post i met a Urantian a year or so ago on another forums and he or she said point blank to me 'yes, the white race is genetically and or spiritually superior.' Sorry, that doesn't fly with me. Not wanting to paint all Urantians with the same brush obviously, but then again it is right there in the book. The 'violet' race is superior. Does the Bible say straight out that one race is superior to another? It's an honest question, i have yet to read the entire Bible, though i sort of intend to one day.
It will be interesting for me Aronolac, to see if you address this or not. Silence can speak volumes as well. Having said that, I am more open than you might think to hear you or anyone out on the issue. It would not surprise me however to see you and others just ignore me and hope it all just goes away. Guess we'll see soon enough one way or another.
edit on 26-1-2013 by Runciter33 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by TrueBrit
reply to post by LadyGreenEyes
Treat your neighbor, as you would wish to be treated yourself. In not so many words, this is the only instruction in the bible regarding the way to treat others. Well, it is unless you happen to be one of those xenophobic Roman inspired believers, who appreciated the ideal of the crusaders, and all that bloody nonsense.
reply to post by Aronolac
1) The Honeidarians - A human species.They are non-breathers.
Originally posted by Aronolac
reply to post by LadyGreenEyes
What I got was a very long post about how we can know the identity of people, etc. Totally unrelated. I wasn't trying to be facetious or anything, simply asking for how one could test such a thing. I didn't even question whether or not there was such a contact, as the method was what caught my attention. I never got an explanation,
A: Frankly, LGE's, I do not find the question clear enough to really know what needs to be answered. Restate if you can. I have provided you detail about multiple ways of being contacted and have even shown which was used in this case. However, that does not seem to be quite what you want to know. What is it you really want answered?
I do not discuss gravity types or electric types, but because the Honeidar are nonbreathers, I place information for you about elemental types and atmospheric types to understand how they fit into mortal designs of non breathers representing a little less than 10 percent of all inhabited planets in the grand universe.