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December 07, 2005 10:46AM
Hi Wizard,

No such word as "prefound" in my dictionary either!

My own "truth-seeking" resulted in a long shelf of books of thought-provoking but disparate concepts. My search was frustrating, as the worlds of science and spirit have little convergence in common modern thought, although I have a great interest in both.

At one point, I picked up a large blue book in a bookstore and decided to use my latest accepted "truth" as a litmus test for its purchase. It failed as I wanted it to affirm reincarnation. So I put it back on the shelf.

It contained detail on the Paradise center, the Superuniverses, local Universe all the way down to our planet including the administration of these worlds. It covered the history of Earth, implanting of life and subseqent evolution, institutions, religions, etc.

I have a strong skeptical side, but re-considered it as a good science fiction read. The journey was mind-bending and ultimately transformative. I found that the book has an extensive readership represented by all religions, races and levels of society. There was no public effort to gather new readers despite the fact that it existed as papers since the 1920's. Many thought the book (published around 1950) should be "found" by its reader.

Mo Seigal, co-founder of Celestial Seasonings Tea went against this thought as he considered the world situation to be so serious that the book should be widely distributed. Although facing opposition, he used his own resources toward that goal.

Now you can read it on-line:

http://urantiabook.org/newbook/index.html
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