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Equal Partners by Roland Ezri

Equal Partners

By Roland Ezri

"Women are the backbone of all societies. They do a substantial part of the work, and play a major role in raising the future generation yet they are largely powerless. The decisions that count are made by men and foisted upon women."

Writings by Roland Ezri

The Sublime Adventure – X. Evolutionary Worlds VS. Architectural Worlds (1 of 2)

Evolutionary Worlds

Nebulae

Our planet is an evolutionary world. It (and an
extraordinary number of suns, planets and moons) starts its life
as a nebula. Some planets can eventually support life, but they
remain unstable for a long time (volcanic eruptions, earthquakes,
etc.).

Nebulae are initiated by the Paradise Force Organizers.
“… they are able to initiate about their space presence the
tremendous cyclones of force which, when once started, can never
be stopped or limited until the all-pervading forces are
mobilized for the eventual appearance of the ultimatonic units of
universe matter. Thus are brought into being the spiral and
other nebulae, the mother wheels of the direct-origin suns and
their varied systems. In outer space there may be seen ten
different forms of nebulae, phases of primary universe evolution,
and these vast energy wheels had the same origin as did those in
the seven superuniverses.” [P169].

“The Milky Way galaxy is composed of vast numbers of former
spirals and other nebulae, and many still retain their original
configuration. But as the result of internal catastrophes and
external attraction, many have suffered such distortion and
rearrangement as to cause these enormous aggregations to appear
as gigantic luminous masses of blazing suns, like the Magellanic
Cloud.” [P170].

The Suns

“These are the stars of space in all their various stages of
existence.” They “… exist in no less than a thousand different
states and stages. You are familiar with suns that emit light
accompanied by heat; but there are also suns which shine without
heat.”

“The trillions upon trillions of years that an ordinary sun
will continue to give out heat and light well illustrates the
vast store of energy which each unit of matter contains.”
[P172].

The Planets

“These are the larger aggregations of matter which follow an
orbit around a sun or some other space body; they range in size
from planetesimals to enormous gaseous, liquid, or solid spheres.
The cold worlds which have been built up by the assemblage of
floating space material, when they happen to be in proper
relation to a near-by sun, are the more ideal planets to harbor
intelligent inhabitants.”

“In your superuniverse not one cool planet in forty is
habitable by beings of your order. … In your solar system
only three planets are at present suited to harbor life.”

“… An almost endless variety of creature life and other
living manifestations characterizes the countless worlds of
space. There are, however, certain points of similarities in a
group of worlds associated in a given system, while there is a
universe pattern of intelligent life.” [P173].

The Andronover Nebula

This nebula is the ancestor of our local universe.
875 billion years ago the enormous Andronover nebula was duly
initiated. It went through many stages, and an immense period of
time elapsed before the local universe of Nebadon came into
being. [P652].

“300,000,000,000 years ago the Andronover solar circuits
were well established, and the nebular system was passing through
a transient period of relative physical stability. About this
time the staff of Michael arrived on Salvington, and the Uversa
government of Orvonton extended physical recognition to the local
universe of Nebadon.”

Another 100 billion years would elapse before the appearance
of planets suitable for life implantation. [P654].

The Master Force Organizers

These force organizers reside on paradise, “… but they
function throughout the master universe, more particularly in the
domains of unorganized space. These extraordinary beings are
neither creators nor creatures …”

They “… are the manipulators of the primordial or basic
space-forces of the Unqualified Absolute …”

They can “… withstand temperatures and function under
physical conditions which would be intolerable even to the
versatile power centers and physical controller of Orvonton.”
[P329].

Article Series - The Sublime Adventure

  1. The Sublime Adventure – I. General Comments
  2. The Sublime Adventure – II. The Eternal Quest
  3. The Sublime Adventure – III. At The Beginning (1 of 2)
  4. The Sublime Adventure – IV. At The Beginning (2 of 2)
  5. The Sublime Adventure – V. Creation (1 of 2)
  6. The Sublime Adventure – VI. Creation (2 of 2)
  7. The Sublime Adventure – VII. Why Are We Here? (1 of 3)
  8. The Sublime Adventure – VIII. Why Are We Here? (2 of 3)
  9. The Sublime Adventure – IX. Why Are We Here? (3 of 3)
  10. The Sublime Adventure – X. Evolutionary Worlds VS. Architectural Worlds (1 of 2)
  11. The Sublime Adventure – XI. Evolutionary Worlds VS Architectural Worlds (2 of 2)
  12. The Sublime Adventure – XII. Organization of the Superuniverses
  13. The Sublime Adventure – XIII. Our Local Universe (1 of 2)
  14. The Sublime Adventure – XIV. Our Local Universe (2 of 2)
  15. The Sublime Adventure – XV. Our Local System (1 of 3)
  16. The Sublime Adventure – XVI. Our Local System (2 of 3)
  17. The Sublime Adventure – XVII. Our Local System (3 of 3)
  18. The Sublime Adventure – XVIII. The Seven Mansion Worlds (1 of 7)
  19. The Sublime Adventure – XIX. The Seven Mansion Worlds (2 of 7)
  20. The Sublime Adventure – XX. The Seven Mansion Worlds (3 of 7)
  21. The Sublime Adventure – XXI. The Seven Mansion Worlds (4 of 7)
  22. The Sublime Adventure – XXIII. The Seven Mansion Worlds (6 of 7)
  23. The Sublime Adventure – XXIV. The Seven Mansion Worlds (7 of 7)
  24. The Sublime Adventure – XXV. The Morontia Life (1 of 6)
  25. The Sublime Adventure – XXVI. The Morontia Life (2 of 6)
  26. The Sublime Adventure – XXVII. The Morontia Life (3 of 6)
  27. The Sublime Adventure – XXVIII. The Morontia Life (4 of 6)
  28. The Sublime Adventure – XXIX. The Morontia Life (5 of 6)
  29. The Sublime Adventure – XXX. The Morontia Life (6 of 6)
  30. The Sublime Adventure – XXXI. Our Constellation (1 of 7)
  31. The Sublime Adventure – XXXII. Our Constellation (2 of 7)
  32. The Sublime Adventure – XXXIII. Our Constellation (3 of 7)
  33. The Sublime Adventure – XXXIV. Our Constellation (4 of 7)
  34. The Sublime Adventure – XXXV. Our Constellation (5 of 7)
  35. The Sublime Adventure – XXXVI. Our Constellation (6 of 7)
  36. The Sublime Adventure – XXXVII. Our Constellation (7 of 7)
  37. The Sublime Adventure – XXXVIII. Our Capital (1 of 5)
  38. The Sublime Adventure – XXXIX. Our Capital (2 of 5)
  39. The Sublime Adventure – XL. Our Capital (3 of 5)
  40. The Sublime Adventure – XLI. Our Capital (4 of 5)
  41. The Sublime Adventure – XLII. Our Capital (5 of 5)
  42. The Sublime Adventure – XLIII. The Sectors and the Superuniverse (1 of 3)
  43. The Sublime Adventure – XLIV. The Sectors and the Superuniverse (2 of 3)
  44. The Sublime Adventure – XLV. The Sectors and the Superuniverse (3 of 3)

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