Organization of the Seven Superuniverses

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Only the Universal Father knows the location and actual number of inhabited worlds in space; he calls them all by name and number.  This revelator therefore could only give the approximate number of inhabited or inhabitable planets, for some local universes have more worlds suitable for intelligent life than others.  Nor have all projected local universes been organized.  Therefore, the estimates which are offered are only for the purpose of affording some idea of the immensity of the material creation.

There are seven superuniverse in the grand universe, and they are constituted approximately as follows:

  1. The System. The basic unit of the supergovernment consists of about one thousand (1,000) inhabited or inhabitable worlds.  Blazing suns, cold worlds, planets too near hot suns, and other spheres not suitable for creature habitation are included in this group.  These one thousand worlds adopted to support life are called a system, but in the younger systems only a comparatively small number of these worlds may be inhabited.  Each inhabited planet is presided over by a Planetary Prince, and each local system has an architectural sphere as its headquarters and is ruled by a System Sovereign.

Satania, the name of our local system, is an unfinished system containing only 619 inhabited worlds.  Such planets are numbered serially in accordance with their registration as inhabited worlds, as worlds inhabited by will creatures.  Thus, was our planet Urantia given the number 606 of Satania, meaning the 606th world in our local system on which the long evolutionary life process culminated in the appearance of human beings.  There are nearly two hundred spheres which are evolving so as to be ready for life implantation within the next few million years.  Jerusem is the name of the headquarters’ sphere.

The oldest inhabited world of Satania, world number one, is Anova, one of the forty-four satellites revolving around an enormous dark planet but exposed to the differential light of three neighboring suns.  Avona is in an advanced stage of progressive civilization.

  1. The Constellation. One hundred systems (about 100,000 inhabitable planets) make-up a constellation.  Each constellation has an architectural headquarters sphere and is presided over by the Most Highs. Norlatiadek is the name of our constellation; and Edentia is the name of its headquarters and the seat of the administration of the Most Highs, the Constellation Fathers.   Edentia is approximately one hundred times as large as our world Urantia.
  2. The Local Universe. One hundred constellations (about 10,000,000 inhabitable planets) constitute a local universe.  Each local universe has a magnificent architectural headquarters world and is ruled by one of the co-ordinate Creator Father-Sons of God of the order of Michael.  The name of our local universe is Nebadon; and its headquarters capital is Salvington.  The organization of planetary abodes is still progressing in Nebadon, for this universe is, indeed, a young cluster in the starry and planetary realms of our seventh superuniverse, Orvonton.  At the last registry, there were 3,840,101 inhabited planets in Nebadon, and Satania, the local system of our world, is fairly typical of other systems.  This local universe sovereign is the God-man of Nebadon, Jesus of Nazareth and Michael of Salvington; for its was indeed this same Michael of Nebadon who was bestowed and born on our planet August 21, 7 B.C. at High Noon.
  3. The Minor Sector. One hundred local universes (about 1,000,000,000 inhabitable planets) constitute a minor sector of the superuniverse government; it has a wonderful headquarters world, whereon its rulers, the Recents of Days, administer the affairs of the minor sector.  The name of our minor sector is Ensa, and its headquarters is Uminor the third.
  4. The Major Sector. One hundred minor sectors (about 100,000,000,000 inhabitable worlds) make one major sector.  Each sector is provided with a superb headquarters and is presided over by three Perfections of Days.   Our major sector’s name is Splandon; and its headquarters is Umajor the fifth.
  5. The Superuniverse. Ten major sectors (about 1,000,000,000,000 inhabitable planets) constitute a superuniverse. Each superuniverse is provided with an enormous and glorious headquarters world and is ruled by three Ancients of Days.  Orvonton is the name of our seventh superuniverse, and Uversa is the name of its spiritual and administrative headquarters.  The glory, grandeur, and perfection of the Orvonton capital surpasses any of the wonders of the time-space creations.
  6. The Grand Universe. Seven superuniverses make-up the present organized grand universe, consisting of approximately seven trillion inhabitable worlds plus the architectural spheres of the one billion inhabited spheres of the eternal central universe of Havona.  The superuniverses are ruled and administered indirectly and reflectively from Paradise by the Seven Master Sprits.  The billion worlds of Havona are directly administered by the Eternal of Days.  If all the projected local universes and their component parts were established, there would be slightly less than five hundred billion architectural worlds in the seven superuniverses.

Excluding the Paradise-Havona spheres, the plan of universe organization provides for the following units:

Superuniverses …………………………………………………………………………………….. 7

Major Sectors ……………………………………………………………………………………… 70

Minor Sectors ………………………………………………………………………………… 7,000

Local Universes …………………………………………………………………………. 700,000

Constellations ……………………………………………………………………….. 70,000,000

Local Systems …………………………………………………………………… 7,000,000,000

Inhabitable Planets ………………………………………………….. 7,000,000,000,000

Each of the seven superuniverses is constituted, approximately as follows:

One System embraces, approximately ……………………………. 1,000 worlds

One Constellation (100 local systems) ………………………… 100,000 worlds

One Universe (100 constellations) …………………………… 10,000,000 worlds

One Minor Sector (100 universes) ……………………… 1,000,000,000 worlds

One Major Sector (100 minor sectors) …………… 100,000,000,000 worlds

One Superuniverse (10 major sectors) ……….. 1,000,000,000,000 worlds

All such estimates are approximations at best, for new systems are constantly evolving while other organizations are temporarily passing out of material existence.

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