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« on: December 26, 2007, 04:01:37 am »

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I have decided to move my debate with Absonite over the merits of the racially divisive Urantia Book into a topic of it's own, thereby sparing other theads the unpleasantness of it's discussion.

Important to realize that Urantia is not so much a belief system as oragnized bigotry. Fascists had their belief systems, too, during the second world war.

This is my first thread here, sad that it had to be something like the Urantia Book.

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Mystery of origin

There is a controversial mystery surrounding the origin of the Urantia Papers, its authors and its material.

In one story there is a person who received the material from spirit beings while asleep. This individual is said to have been "wholly unconcerned" about the entire affair.

Dr. William Sadler, a surgeon, psychologist, and skeptic of the supernatural and paranormal, was the attending physician of the mysterious "sleeping subject" and it was through this unexplained means that the celesital authors worked.

The Sadlers and other Contact Commission members, now all deceased, claimed that the papers of the book were physically materialized one by one over approximately a twenty year period from the mid 1930's to just before its first printing in 1955.

Actually, that's all hogwash, the book is actually said to be a hodgepodge of plagiarism and Dr. Sadler's own racist leanings. In fact, he wrote/plagiarized the whole thing himself:

Critics have claimed that several of Dr. Sadler's published books, including "Long Heads and Round Heads, or, What's the Matter with Germany?" (1918), "Race Decadence: An Examination of the Causes of Racial Degeneracy in the United States" (1922) and "The Truth About Heredity" (1927) reveal him to be a racist and a proponent of eugenics. Similar themes of eugenics are also prevalent in the Urantia Book.

Modern Urantia researchers such as Matthew Block have identified plagiarism in Sadlers published works. For example, Sadlers 1938 book "The Sex Life, Before and After Marriage" adapts material directly from Havelock Ellis "Psychology of Sex: A Manual for Students" published in 1933. Accusations of plagiarism have also been made against the Urantia Book, and an extensive list of plagiarized sources was published by Block in 1994.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urantia_Book
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Source List (of works Block believed that Sadler plaigiarized from) as of December 1992

1. Aston, W. G. 1905. Shinto (The Way of the Gods). Longmans, Green, and Co., New York. (Paper 131, “The World’s Religions,” section 7.) Sentences from Aston’s translation of the “Wa Rongo” collection of Shinto Oracles, lightly rewritten or paraphrased, constitute the entire selection of Ganid’s abstract of Shinto.

2. Bishop, William Samuel. 1926. The Theology of Personality. Longmans, Green, and Co., New York. (Foreword, section XII; Paper 106, Universe Levels of Reality, section 8.) Though there appears to be no superhuman lifting of content here, Bishop uses the terms “trinity,” “triunity, “ and—amazingly—“A Trinity of Trinities”; in the exposition of his constructive theology. These terms are completely reworked in the UB.

3. Breasted, James Henry. 1933. The Dawn of Conscience. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York. (Paper 95, “The Melchizedek Teachings in the Levant,” sections 2-5; Paper 111 “The Adjuster and the Soul,” preamble.) Breasted’s analysis and assessments of early Egyptian social idealism and religion—including the teachings of Amenemope and lkhnaton, the ka and the ha, Egypt’s influence on the Hebrews, etc.—are incorporated into the UB’s corresponding discussions.

4. Bundy, Walter E. 1928. The Religion of Jesus. The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis. (Paper 196, “The Faith of Jesus,” preamble, sections 1-2; etc.) Portions from every chapter of this book, whose thesis is that the human Jesus founded the religion of personal experience and that we must recover the religion of Jesus from the religion about Jesus, are deftly concentrated in Paper 196 with the retention of many of Bundy’s exact wordings.

5. Bundy, Walter E. 1929. Our Recovery of Jesus. The Bobbs-Merrill Com­pany, Indianapolis. (Paper 196, “The Faith of Jesus,” preamble, sections 1-2.) A companion volume to the preceding book, this one has material that parallels paragraphs in Paper 196 which were not paralleled by the preceding one. The two books together supply about 95% of the basis of the preamble and the first two sections. The last section differs in tone and content and may be original with the midwayers.

6. Burton, Ernest DeWitt and Mathews, Shailer. 1901, 1927. The Life of Christ. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. (Part IV, passim.) The content of this book does not appear to be used but rather its chapter and section titles. Parallel titles include: “The Crisis at Capernaum,” “Discourse on Spiritual Freedom,” “The Widespread Fame of Jesus (Christ),” “The Man with the Withered Hand,” “The Woman Taken in Adultery,” and “(More) Parables by the Sea.”

7. Cowdry, E. V, editor. 1930. Human Biology & Racial Welfare. Paul B Hoeber, Inc., New York. (Paper 51, “The Planetary Adams,” section 4; Paper 65 “The Overcontrol of Evolution,” section 2; Paper 82 “The Evolution of Marriage,” section 6; etc.) The revelators tacitly reference essays by Hrdlicka, Conklin and Davenport in their discussions of race differences, the dangers and benefits of race mixing and the feasibility of a modest eugenics program.

8. Edwards, Tryon, original compiler, 1890-1934 and later. The New Dictionary of Thoughts. Classic Publishing Co., London & New York. (Paper 48 “The Morontia Life,” section 7.) The vast majority of the 28 “statements of human phi­losophy” in the Morontia Mota section are taken well-nigh consecutively from the first 35 Pages of this 750-page book, which is arranged alphabetically by subject. The subjects from which the revelators cull quotations include: Ability, Accident, Action, Adversity, Affectation, Affliction, Anger, Anxiety, Art, Aspiration. These quotes are usually not reproduced verbatim in the UB but are recast so as to have a more cosmic and spiritual tone. [To read Matthew Block’s extensive study of these parallels, click here.]

9. Fosdick, Harry Emerson. 1933. The Hope of the World. Harper and Brothers, New York & London. (Paper 171, “On the Way to Jerusalem,” section 7.) “Goodness is effective only when it is attractive,” on p. 18 is the essence of Fosdick’s sermon “The Fine Art of Making Goodness Attractive.”

10. Frost Jr., S.E., compiler and editor. 1943. The Sacred Writings of the World’s Great Religions. The New Home Library, New York. (Paper 131 “The World’s Religions.”) This book is a selection from previous—and, unfortunately, uncited—translations of various holy books. The UB appears to use the same translations of the Jain, Zoroastrian and Confucian writings as Frost, as well as the Aston Shinto translation. There is a remarkable degree of overlap in the passages selected in the two books.

11. Hartshorne, Charles. 1941. Man’s Vision of God. Willett, Clark and Co., Chicago. (Foreword, section 1.) Hartshorne’s list of the seven conceivable types of perfection is reproduced almost verbatim on p. 3 of the UB. I suspect that Hartshorne published an earlier (pre-1936) presentation of this system in a journal, so it may already have been in print before the Foreword was written.

12. Hopkins, E. Washburn. 1923. Origin and Evolution of Religion. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT. The whole of Paper 85, “The Origins of Worship,” is derived directly from the first several chapters of this book, each section in the paper corresponding almost exactly to a chapter in the book. Paper 92, “The Later Evolution of Religion,” incorporates some of Hopkins’ comments, as do Papers 90 and 96; and the preamble and section 1 of Paper 104, “Growth of the Trinity Concept,” are based directly on Hopkins’ chapters on “The Triad,” “The Hindu Trinity,” “The Buddhistic Trinity,” and “The Christian Trinity.”

13. Jones, Rufus M. 1932. A Preface to Christian Faith in a New Age. Macmillan Co., New York. (Paper 195, “After Pentecost,” sections 5-10.) Every chapter of the book is used in the revelators’ discussions of Christianity’s struggle to awaken to its spiritual mission in the face of modern secularism and its own institutional shortcomings. Virtually every paragraph of Section 10 (The Future) is drawn consecutively from the last half of this book.

14. Jones, Rufus M. 1916. The Inner Life. Macmillan Co., New York. (Paper 102, “The Foundations of Religious Faith,” preamble). Jones quotes the same two extracts of Bertrand Russell’s “A Free Man’s Worship” (1903), which the Melchizedek paraphrases in the first two paragraphs of the paper. Both Jones and the Melchizedek use these passages to illustrate materialistic despair, which can only be remedied by faith in God and a spiritual interpretation of the universe.

15. Noble, Edmund. 1926. Purposive Evolution: The Link Between Science and Religion. Henry Holt and Co., New York. (Paper 42, “Energy—Mind and Matter,” section 11; Paper 116, “The Almighty Supreme,” section 7.) Noble’s theory of cos­mic self-maintenance (the universe as purposive) is referred to in the UB on p. 482; his chapter “Is the Universe an Organism?” (in which he gives a negative answer) seems to be responded to by the revelators on p. 1276-77: “The Living Organism of the Grand Universe."

16. Osborn, Henry Fairfield. 1928. Man Rises to Parnassus: Critical Epochs in the Prehistory of Man. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ. (Paper 64, “The Evolutionary Races of Color,” sections 2, 4; Paper 80, “Andite Expansion in the Occident,” sections 3, 8, 9; etc.) This book seems to be the prime source for the UB’s discussion of the successive human races in Europe from the Foxhall Peoples to the Neanderthals, the cro-Magnons and the ancestors of the Nordics. The UB largely adheres to Osborn’s geological, racial and cultural chronologies and to his characterizations of the cultures of these various peoples. Osborn’s discussion of the Bretons is paralleled exactly on p. 899 of the UB.

17. Palmer, George Herbert. 1930. The Autobiography of a Philosopher. Greenwood Press reprint, New York, 1968) (Paper 181, “Final Admonitions and Warnings,” section 1.) Palmer’s assertion of the superiority of the inner peace resulting from faith in the Father’s loving care, over the “two inferior forms of hardihood” (optimism and stoicism), is paralleled in the UB’s discussion on pgs. 1954-55.

18. Sabatier, Auguste. 1904. Religions of Authority and the Religion of the Spirit. McClure, Phillips & Co., New York. (Paper 155, “Fleeing Through Northern Galilee,” sections 5 & 6.) The sections in the UB on “The Discourses on True Religion”—which distinguish the religions of authority from the religion of the spirit—are an amplification of Sabatier’s thesis. The UB’s listing of the “three manifestations of the religious urge” on p. 1728 correspond to Sabatier’s “Three Degrees of Religious Evolution.” Sabatier’s book was quite influential; both Rufus Jones and Walter Bundy, among others, refer to the religions of authority and the religion of the spirit, attributing the origin of the latter to Jesus, as does Sabatier.

19. Swann, W.F.G. 1934. The Architecture of the Universe. The Macmillan Co., New York. (Paper 41, “Physical Aspects of the Local Universe”; Paper 42, “Energy—Mind and Matter,” passim. Parts of Swann’s opening chapter on “The Dogmas of Natural Philosophy” are reproduced with little change in section 9 (“Natural Philosophy”) of Energy—Mind and Matter. Many of his temperature, size and distance estimates relating to intra-atomic and astronomic bodies are used in the UB as are several of his analogies and illustrations (e.g.., if the volume of a proton should be magnified to the size of a head of a pin, then, in comparison, a pin’s head would attain a diameter equal to that of the earth’s orbit around the sun.)


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In the ten years since Block published his list, he is said to have found one hundred more to go along with them. Since that liste remains unpublished, though, we'll stick with the original.

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Anyway, some of these have already been printed before, but I thought it might be convenient to have them in the same place, in case any of us have a need for Sadler's plagiarized/racist wisdom in the middle of the night.

Let's open with my personal favorite U-rant-ing:


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PAPER 82 - THE EVOLUTION OF MARRIAGE, Oct 19 2000

line 123: Present-day prejudice against "half-castes," "hybrids," and "mongrels" arises because modern racial crossbreeding is, for the greater part, between the grossly inferior strains of the races concerned. You also get unsatisfactory offspring when the degenerate strains of the same race intermarry.
line 125: Hybridization of superior and dissimilar stocks is the secret of the creation of new and more vigorous strains. And this is true of plants, animals, and the human species. Hybridization augments vigor and increases fertility. Race mixtures of the average or superior strata of various peoples greatly increase creative potential, as is shown in the present population of the United States of North America. When such matings take place between the lower or inferior strata, creativity is diminished, as is shown by the present-day peoples of southern India.
line 127: As long as present-day races are so overloaded with inferior and degenerate strains, race intermingling on a large scale would be most detrimental, but most of the objections to such experiments rest on social and cultural prejudices rather than on biological considerations. Even among inferior stocks, hybrids often are an improvement on their ancestors. Hybridization makes for species improvement because of the role of the dominant genes. Racial intermixture increases the likelihood of a larger number of the desirable dominants being present in the hybrid.
line 135: After all, the real jeopardy of the human species is to be found in the unrestrained multiplication of the inferior and degenerate strains of the various civilized peoples rather than in any supposed danger of their racial interbreeding.
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PAPER 70 - THE EVOLUTION OF HUMAN GOVERNMENT, Oct 19 2000

line 46: 3. Vanity--the desire to exhibit tribal prowess. Superior groups would fight to impose their mode of life upon inferior peoples.
line 78: modern methods of transport and communication. Olden wars strengthened nations, but modern struggles disrupt civilized culture. Ancient warfare resulted in the decimation of inferior peoples; the net result of modern conflict is the selective destruction of the best human stocks. Early wars promoted organization and efficiency, but these have now become the aims of modern industry. During past ages war was a social ferment which pushed civilization forward; this result is now better attained by ambition and invention. Ancient warfare supported the concept of a God of battles, but modern man has been told that God is love. War has served many valuable purposes in the past, it has been an indispensable scaffolding in the building of civilization, but it is rapidly becoming culturally bankrupt--incapable of producing dividends of social gain in any way commensurate with the terrible losses attendant upon its invocation.
line 207: 1. Biologic renovation of the racial stocks--the selective elimination of inferior human strains. This will tend to eradicate many mortal inequalities.
line 233: The weak and the inferior have always contended for equal rights; they have always insisted that the state compel the strong and superior to supply their wants and otherwise make good those deficiencies which all too often are the natural result of their own indifference and indolence.
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PAPER 64 - THE EVOLUTIONARY RACES OF COLOR, Oct 19 2000

line 48: These were the times when large numbers of inferior mongrel groups were arriving in England from southern France. These tribes were so largely mixed with the forest apelike creatures that they were scarcely human. They had no religion but were crude flintworkers and possessed sufficient intelligence to kindle fire.
line 65: 850,000 years ago the superior Badonan tribes began a warfare of extermination directed against their inferior and animalistic neighbors. In less than one thousand years most of the borderland animal groups of these regions had been either destroyed or driven back to the southern forests. This campaign for the extermination of inferiors brought about a slight improvement in the hill tribes of that age. And the mixed descendants of this improved Badonite stock appeared on the stage of action as an apparently new people--the Neanderthal race.
line 121: 3. The yellow man. The primitive yellow tribes were the first to abandon the chase, establish settled communities, and develop a home life based on agriculture. Intellectually they were somewhat inferior to the red man, but socially and collectively they proved themselves superior to all of the Sangik peoples in the matter of fostering racial civilization. Because they developed a fraternal spirit, the various tribes learning to live together in relative peace, they were able to drive the red race before them as they gradually expanded into Asia.
line 125: The green race split into three major divisions: The northern tribes were subdued, enslaved, and absorbed by the yellow and blue races. The eastern group were amalgamated with the Indian peoples of those days, and remnants still persist among them. The southern nation entered Africa, where they destroyed their almost equally inferior orange cousins.
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More later. The book is not only very bigoted, it gets a little boring at times, too. No offense meant to the U-ranters, of course.

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I don't know which is more disturbing: Sadler's sick world view or the blatant acceptance of it by the U-ranters of today. Hopefully, they are miniscule in number.

Thank you, Sarah, for your efforts. It helps to bring this sort of thing into the light of day.
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« Reply #9 on: February 10, 2008, 02:22:14 am »

Sarah, I find your characterization of the Urantia as (apparently) plagiarized and rascist quite insulting to those of us who see the book for what it is.

Have you read the entire book, or did someone just point out the parts you weren't supposed to like.  They're all taken out of context, of course.
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Sarah, I find your characterization of the Urantia as (apparently) plagiarized and rascist quite insulting to those of us who see the book for what it is.

Have you read the entire book, or did someone just point out the parts you weren't supposed to like.  They're all taken out of context, of course.

"The real jeopardy of the human species is to be found in the unrestrained multiplication of the inferior and degenerate strains of the various civilized peoples."

"Unrestrained multiplication of inferiors, with decreasing reproduction of superiors, is unfailingly suicidal of cultural civilization."

"It is neither tenderness nor altruism to bestow futile sympathy upon degenerated human beings, unsalvable, abnormal and inferior mortals."

"It seems that you ought to be able to agree on the biologic disfellowshiping of your more markedly unfit, defective, degenerate and antisocial stocks."

"The church, because of overmuch false sentiment, has long ministered to the underprivileged and the unfortunate ... leading to the unwise perpetuation of racially degenerate stocks."

"Inferior minds will spurn the highest culture even when presented to them ready-made."

"The selective elimination of inferior human strains will tend to eradicate many mortal inequalities."

"A good environment cannot contribute much toward really overcoming the character handicaps of a base heredity."
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« Reply #12 on: February 14, 2008, 05:08:30 pm »

Hi Sarah I found this fragment in one of your other threads in your own book.

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The Seventh Path is the Occult Intelligence, because it is the Refulgent Splendor of all the Intellectual virtues which are perceived by the eyes of intellect, and by the contemplation of faith.

The Seventh path is relevant to the journey to the ancient places and you know personally the Seventh Path to the journey of the first and second temple as discovered and written in the UB! and in fragment form of all the other books.

The truth of everything will be in the demonstration which will be beyond words, opinions and current interpretations.

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I think you will find that all races including Israel in their past practised Altruism and which still persists today.

Hey Sarah lets get married? 

Would that be accepted in Jewish belief system??  Remember you be getting married to a Gentile.  Would that be accepted?  Where did the word Gentile come from and from whom?

By the way I would marry you because I love you deeply in my soul not for what race you hail from but  because I would love you from within my soul as one soul touching another.  That would be the superior attitude not the race related attitudes.  Love will conquer all and thats where the Kingdom of Heaven wants us to go in full strength.  And the UB is most definitely part of the unconditional love as displayed by our master Jesus and I love you unconditionally as Jesus and the Father of Paradise loves you and that is the superior things of Genes and is part of the Adamic gene, the Nodite propensity is the opposite that cites with the last rebel and his attitude towards man in death and destruction as surrounds you.

I'm sure all that is sparked by attitude reaction and that is related to Genes, remembering we are a fallen planet and our genes were affected and this is displayed purely by death and destruction we have on the planet all fostered by low grade people in their attitude.

Everything is in the attitude!  Not of racial structure.

That is the test of all things.

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« Reply #14 on: February 14, 2008, 05:49:53 pm »

Its incredible Sarah that 7 days ago you kept coming into my mind and I would contemplate you and then only to find this thread posted.

The Sevenfold Angels tell me everything that is happening.  I knew something was going on from within myself about you thats why I came here to find out what was happening and see how how you were.  The same Sevenfold angels that assisted Abraham and his people down through the ages are the same angels that petitioned to the Ancients of Days 400 years ago in the petition of the Urantia Book.

You are part of the Sevenfold journey to the first ancient places.

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The First Path is called the Admirable or the Concealed Intelligence (The Highest Crown) - for it is the Light giving the power of comprehension of that First Principle which has no beginning, and it is the Primal Glory, for no created being can attain to its essence.

That first principle is love for one another, the principle of Jesus and knowing that the Father of all things is pure love.

Concealed Intelligence  Like the hidden crowns of the first and second temple of the Father that are being revealed as we speak.

Here is a word search on Primal and that relates to Primal Glory.
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=Primal&submit=Submit
and Glory
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=Glory&submit=Submit


Here is a word search on principle as in the First Principle
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=Principle&submit=Submit

Here is a word search on Concealed as in Concealed intelligences
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=Concealed&submit=Submit
and intelligences
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=intelligences&submit=Submit

and lastly a word search on Crowns as in the Crowns.
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=crown&submit=Submit

All very intriguing and worth to explore to expand in the words of the Jewish Books, a real harmonization and in truth expansion.

and a word search on the majestic The Sevenfold
http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=The+Sevenfold&submit=Submit

all the best with love

Sevens
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