Audio File   AGE OF THE ELEPHANT AND THE HORSE Land elevation and sea segregation were slowly changing the world’s weather, gradually cooling it, but the climate was still mild. Sequoias and magnolias grew in [More]
Audio File   When the colored descendants of the Sangik family began to multiply, and as they sought opportunity for expansion into adjacent territory, the fifth glacier, the third of geologic count, was well advanced [More]
Audio File   Accompanied by little or no volcanic action, the periodic phenomena of land elevation and land sinking characteristic of these times were all gradual and nonspectacular. Throughout all of these successive land elevations [More]
Audio File   THE AGE OF BIRDS   The great Cretaceous period derives its name from the predominance of the prolific chalk-making foraminifers in the seas. The period brings Urantia to near the end of the [More]
Audio File   By the dawn of this period of relative quiet on the earth’s surface, life is confined to the various inland seas and the oceanic shore line; as yet no form of land [More]