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Urantia in Popular Culture..books, movies, TV, music, art, religion, people

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« on: August 13, 2007, 07:29:12 am »

About twenty years ago, I read "Clan of the Cave Bear" by Jean Auel.

It is a novel about a prehistoric tall blond child, named Ayla who loses her entire family in an earthquake. She is then "adopted" by a group of very primitive cave dwellers who regard her as very "different" yet raise her in the tribe, where she learns about herbs. I stood in a very long line at a book signing with the author.

When it was finally my turn, I asked Jean Auel, "Do you read the Urantia Book." She asked, "How did you know?" I replied, "Because clearly, Ayla is a descendant of Adam and Eve and the tribe that adopt her, seem more related to Andon and Fonta."

She smiled and said The Urantia Book has totally been an inspiration for my stories."
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