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    richsachs
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    #46463
    Mara
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    If you read the Urantia Book, you will discover we have never had an Avonal Son on a magisterial misssion.

    Urantia has never been host to an Avonal Son on a magisterial mission. Had Urantia followed the general plan of inhabited worlds, it would have been blessed with a magisterial mission sometime between the days of Adam and the bestowal of Christ Michael. But the regular sequence of Paradise Sons on your planet was wholly deranged by the appearance of your Creator Son on his terminal bestowal nineteen hundred years ago.
    #46510
    richsachs
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    there are many statements in the urantia book about this subject and one of them is that “ordinarily only once will a bestowal Son serve on a sphere” so it could happen twice.

    20:5.4 (228.1) During the course of the long history of an inhabited planet, many dispensational adjudications will take place, and more than one magisterial mission may occur, but ordinarily only once will a bestowal Son serve on the sphere. It is only required that each inhabited world have one bestowal Son come to live the full mortal life from birth to death. Sooner or later, regardless of spiritual status, every mortal-inhabited world is destined to become host to a Magisterial Son on a bestowal mission except the one planet in each local universe whereon a Creator Son elects to make his mortal bestowal.

    If you read the Urantia Book, you will discover we have never had an Avonal Son on a magisterial misssion.

    Urantia has never been host to an Avonal Son on a magisterial mission. Had Urantia followed the general plan of inhabited worlds, it would have been blessed with a magisterial mission sometime between the days of Adam and the bestowal of Christ Michael. But the regular sequence of Paradise Sons on your planet was wholly deranged by the appearance of your Creator Son on his terminal bestowal nineteen hundred years ago.
    #46513
    Alain
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    I guess it could happen twice…see this quote:

    <small>176:4.3 (1918.6)</small> Jesus promised to do two things after he had ascended to the Father, and after all power in heaven and on earth had been placed in his hands. He promised, first, to send into the world, and in his stead, another teacher, the Spirit of Truth; and this he did on the day of Pentecost. Second, he most certainly promised his followers that he would sometime personally return to this world. But he did not say how, where, or when he would revisit this planet of his bestowal experience in the flesh. On one occasion he intimated that, whereas the eye of flesh had beheld him when he lived here in the flesh, on his return (at least on one of his possible visits) he would be discerned only by the eye of spiritual faith.

    #46514
    richsachs
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    bestowal sons are male babies born of woman of the avonals and michaels. there are other spiritual influences here of course, many, many other spiritual influences.

    55:1.1 (622.1) The presence of a morontia temple at the capital of an inhabited world is the certificate of the admission of such a sphere to the settled ages of light and life. Before the Teacher Sons leave a world at the conclusion of their terminal mission, they inaugurate this final epoch of evolutionary attainment; they preside on that day when the “holy temple comes down upon earth.” This event, signalizing the dawn of the era of light and life, is always honored by the personal presence of the Paradise bestowal Son of that planet, who comes to witness this great day. There in this temple of unparalleled beauty, this bestowal Son of Paradise proclaims the long-time Planetary Prince as the new Planetary Sovereign and invests such a faithful Lanonandek Son with new powers and extended authority over planetary affairs. The System Sovereign is also present and speaks in confirmation of these pronouncements.

    I guess it could happen twice…see this quote: <small>176:4.3 (1918.6)</small> Jesus promised to do two things after he had ascended to the Father, and after all power in heaven and on earth had been placed in his hands. He promised, first, to send into the world, and in his stead, another teacher, the Spirit of Truth; and this he did on the day of Pentecost. Second, he most certainly promised his followers that he would sometime personally return to this world. But he did not say how, where, or when he would revisit this planet of his bestowal experience in the flesh. On one occasion he intimated that, whereas the eye of flesh had beheld him when he lived here in the flesh, on his return (at least on one of his possible visits) he would be discerned only by the eye of spiritual faith.

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    Some math:

    20:2.2 (225.1) We have reasons for believing that the total number of Magisterial Sons in the grand universe is about one billion.

    35:0.1 (384.1) – – Of the second order of Paradise sonship, the Avonal or Magisterial Sons, Nebadon has its full quota—1,062.

    20:2.7 (225.6) 3. Bestowal Missions. The Avonal Sons do all, at least once, bestow themselves upon some mortal race on some evolutionary world. – – Bestowal Avonals are born of woman as Michael of Nebadon was incarnated on Urantia.

    As a result:
    10,000,000 worlds / 1,062 Avonals => 9,416 Bestowals per Avonal in a Local Universe (above they say “at least once”)

    Just out of curiosity:
    – Do they get a new Thought Adjuster in every bestowal?
    – Do they perform miracles (“in His (Jesus’) name”), as Jesus did in his own name?

    #46542
    richsachs
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    not until a ta is personalized is its job over. so a thought adjuster could go on more than one bestowal mission. avonals never fail to achieve the goal of their bestowal mission, whatever that is, whether or not that includes miracles.
    109:6.3 (1200.3) When Adjusters of long universe experience volunteer to indwell divine Sons on bestowal missions, they full well know that personality attainment can never be achieved through this service. But often does the Father of spirits grant personality to these volunteers and establish them as directors of their kind. These are the personalities honored with authority on Divinington. And their unique natures embody the mosaic humanity of their multiple experiences of mortal indwelling and also the spirit transcript of the human divinity of the Paradise bestowal Son of the terminal indwelling experience.

    20:5.7 (228.4) Though the possibility of disaster always attends these Paradise Sons during their bestowal incarnations, I have yet to see the record of the failure or default of either a Magisterial or a Creator Son on a mission of bestowal. Both are of origin too close to absolute perfection to fail. They indeed assume the risk, really become like the mortal creatures of flesh and blood and thereby gain the unique creature experience, but within the range of my observation they always succeed. They never fail to achieve the goal of the bestowal mission. The story of their bestowal and planetary service throughout Nebadon constitutes the most noble and fascinating chapter in the history of your local universe.

    Some math: 20:2.2 (225.1) We have reasons for believing that the total number of Magisterial Sons in the grand universe is about one billion. 35:0.1 (384.1) – – Of the second order of Paradise sonship, the Avonal or Magisterial Sons, Nebadon has its full quota—1,062. 20:2.7 (225.6) 3. Bestowal Missions. The Avonal Sons do all, at least once, bestow themselves upon some mortal race on some evolutionary world. – – Bestowal Avonals are born of woman as Michael of Nebadon was incarnated on Urantia. As a result: 10,000,000 worlds / 1,062 Avonals => 9,416 Bestowals per Avonal in a Local Universe (above they say “at least once”) Just out of curiosity: – Do they get a new Thought Adjuster in every bestowal? – Do they perform miracles (“in His (Jesus’) name”), as Jesus did in his own name?

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