Paper 24 : Higher Personalities of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ

24:0.1 ON UVERSAˆ we divide all personalities and entities of the Conjoint Creatorˆ into three grand divisions: the Higher Personalities of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ, the Messenger Hosts of Spaceˆˆ, and the  Ministering Spiritsˆ of Timeˆ, those spiritˆ beings who are concerned with teaching and ministering to the will creatures of the ascendantˆ scheme of mortalˆ progression.

24:0.2 Those Higher Personalities of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ that find mention in these narratives function throughout the grand universeˆˆ in seven divisions:

24:0.3 1. Solitary Messengersˆ.

24:0.4 2.  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ.

24:0.5 3. Census Directorsˆ.

24:0.6 4. Personal Aids of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ.

24:0.7 5. Associate Inspectorsˆ.

24:0.8 6. Assigned Sentinelsˆ.

24:0.9 7. Graduate Guidesˆ.

24:0.10 Solitary Messengersˆ, Circuitˆ Supervisors, Census Directorsˆ, and the Personal Aids are characterized by the possession of tremendous endowments of antigravityˆ. The Solitary Messengersˆ are without known general headquarters; they roam the  universeˆ of universesˆ. The  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ and the Census Directorsˆ maintain headquarters on the capitals of the superuniversesˆ. The Personal Aids of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ are stationed on the central Isle of Light. The Associate Inspectorsˆ and the Assigned Sentinelsˆ are respectively stationed on the capitals of the local universesˆ and on the capitals of their component systems. The Graduate Guidesˆ are resident in the Havonaˆ universeˆ and function on all its billion worlds. Most of these higher personalities have stations in the local universesˆ, but they are not organically attached to the administrations of the evolutionaryˆ realms.

24:0.11 Of the seven classes composing this group, only the Solitary Messengersˆ and perhaps the Personal Aids range the  universeˆ of universesˆ. Solitary Messengersˆ are encountered from Paradiseˆ outward: through the Havonaˆ circuitsˆ to the superuniverseˆ capitals and thence out through the sectors and local universesˆ, with their subdivisions, and even to the inhabited worlds. Although Solitary Messengersˆ belong to the Higher Personalities of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ, their origin, nature, and service have been discussed in the preceding paper.

1. The  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ

24:1.1 The vast powerˆ currents of spaceˆ and the circuitsˆ of spiritˆ energyˆ may seem to operate automatically; they may appear to function without let or hindrance, but such is not the case. All these stupendous systems of energyˆ are under control; they are subject to intelligent supervision.  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ are concerned, not with the realms of purely physical or material energyˆ — the domain of the   Universeˆ Powerˆˆ Directorsˆ — but with the circuitsˆ of relative  spiritˆual energyˆˆ and with those modified circuitsˆ which are essential to the maintenance of both the highly developed spiritˆual beings and the morontiaˆ or transition type of intelligent creatures. The supervisors do not give origin to circuitsˆ of energyˆ and superessence of divinityˆ, but in general they have to do with all higher  spiritˆ circuitsˆ of time and eternityˆ and with all relative  spiritˆ circuitsˆ concerned in the administration of the component parts of the grand universeˆˆ. They direct and manipulate all such spiritˆ-energy circuitsˆ outside the Isle of Paradiseˆˆ.

24:1.2  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ are the exclusive creation of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ, and they function solely as the agents of the Conjoint Actorˆ. They are personalized for service in the following four orders:

24:1.3 1. Supremeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisors.

24:1.4 2. Associate Circuitˆ Supervisors.

24:1.5 3. Secondary Circuitˆ Supervisors.

24:1.6 4. Tertiary Circuitˆ Supervisors.

24:1.7 The supremeˆ supervisors of Havonaˆ and the associate supervisors of the seven superuniversesˆ are of completed numbers; no more of these orders are being created. The supremeˆ supervisors are seven in number and are stationed on the pilot worlds of the seven Havonaˆ circuitsˆ. The circuitsˆ of the seven superuniversesˆ are in the charge of a marvelous group of seven associate supervisors, who maintain headquarters on the seven Paradiseˆ spheres of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ, the worlds of the Seven Supremeˆ Executivesˆ. From here they supervise and direct the circuitsˆ of the superuniversesˆ of spaceˆ.

24:1.8 On these Paradiseˆ spheres of the Spiritˆ the seven associate circuitˆ supervisors and the first order of the  Supremeˆ Powerˆ Centersˆ effect a liaison which, under the direction of the Supremeˆ Executives, results in the sub-Paradiseˆ co-ordination of all material and spiritˆual circuitsˆ passing out to the seven superuniversesˆ.

24:1.9 On the headquarters worlds of each superuniverseˆ are stationed the secondary supervisors for the local universesˆ of time and spaceˆ. The major and minor sectorsˆ are administrative divisions of the supergovernments but are not concerned in these matters of spiritˆ-energy supervision. I do not know how many secondary circuitˆ supervisors there are in the grand universeˆˆ, but on Uversaˆ there are 84,691 of these beings. Secondary supervisors are being created right along; from time to time they appear in groups of seventy on the worlds of the Supremeˆ Executives. We obtain them on requisition as we arrange for the establishment of separate circuitsˆ of spiritˆ energyˆ and liaison powerˆ to the newly evolving universesˆ of our jurisdiction.

24:1.10 A tertiary circuitˆ supervisor functions on the headquarters world of every local universeˆˆ. This order, like the secondary supervisors, is of continuous creation, being created in groups of seven hundred. They are assigned to the local universesˆ by the Ancients of Daysˆ.

24:1.11 Circuitˆ supervisors are created for their specific tasks, and they eternallˆy serve in the groups of their original assignment. They are not rotated in service and hence make an agelong study of the problems found in the realms of their original assignment. For example: Tertiary circuitˆ supervisor number 572,842 has functioned on Salvingtonˆ since the early concept of your local universeˆˆ, and he is a member of the personal staff of Michael of Nebadonˆˆ.

24:1.12 Whether acting in the local or higher universesˆ, circuitˆ supervisors direct all concerned as to the proper circuitsˆ to employ for the transmission of all spiritˆ messages and for the transit of all personalities. In their work of circuitˆ supervision these efficient beings utilize all agencies, forcesˆ, and personalities in the  universeˆ of universesˆ. They employ the unrevealed “high  spiritˆ personalitiesˆ of circuitˆ control” and are ably assisted by numerous staffs composed of personalities of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ. It is they who would isolate an evolutionaryˆ world if its Planetary Prince should rebel against the Universal Fatherˆ and his vicegerentˆ Son. They are able to throw any world out of certain universeˆ circuitsˆ of the higher spiritˆual order, but they cannot annul the material currents of the powerˆ directors.

24:1.13 The  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ have something of the same relationship to  spiritˆ circuitsˆ that the   Universeˆ Powerˆˆ Directorsˆ have to material circuitsˆ. The two orders are complemental, together having the oversight of all spiritˆ and all material circuitsˆ that are controllable and manipulatable by creatures.

24:1.14 The circuitˆ supervisors exercise certain oversight of those  mindˆ circuitsˆ which are spiritˆ associated much as the powerˆ directors have certain jurisdiction over those phases of mindˆ which are physical-energy associated — mechanical mindˆ. In general the functions of each order are expanded by liaison with the other, but the circuitsˆ of pure mindˆ are subject to the supervision of neither. Neither are the two orders co-ordinate; in all their manifold labors the  Universeˆ Circuitˆ Supervisorsˆ are subject to the Seven Supremeˆ Powerˆ Directorsˆ and their subordinates.

24:1.15 While the circuitˆ supervisors are entirely alike within their respective orders, they are all distinct individuals. They are truly personal beings, but they possess a type of other-than-Father-endowed personalityˆ not encountered in any other type of creature in all universal existence.

24:1.16 Although you will recognize and know them as you journey inward towards Paradiseˆ, you will have no personal relations with them. They are circuitˆ supervisors, and they attend strictly and efficiently to their business. They deal solely with those personalities and entities having the oversight of those activities which are concerned with the circuitsˆ subject to their supervision.

2. The Census Directorsˆ

24:2.1 Notwithstanding that the cosmic mindˆ of the Universal Intelligence is cognizant of the presence and whereabouts of all thinking creatures, there is operative in the  universeˆ of universesˆ an independent method of keeping count of all will creatures.

24:2.2 The Census Directorsˆ are a special and completed creation of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ, and they exist in numbers unknown to us. They are so created as to be able to maintain perfectˆ synchrony with the reflectivityˆ technique of the superuniversesˆ, while at the same time they are personally sensitive and responsive to intelligent will. These directors, by a not-fully-understood technique, are made immediately aware of the birth of will in any part of the grand universeˆˆ. They are, therefore, always competent to give us the number, nature, and whereabouts of all will creatures in any part of the central creation and the seven superuniversesˆ. But they do not function on Paradiseˆ; there is no need for them there. On Paradiseˆ knowledge is inherent; the Deities know all things.

24:2.3 Seven Census Directorsˆ operate in Havonaˆ, one being stationed on the pilot world of each Havonaˆ circuitˆ. Excepting these seven and the reserves of the order on the Paradiseˆ worlds of the Spiritˆ, all Census Directorsˆ function under the jurisdiction of the Ancients of Daysˆ.

24:2.4 One Census Director presides at the headquarters of each superuniverseˆ, while subject to such a chief director are thousands upon thousands, one on the capital of every local universeˆˆ. All personalities of this order are equal excepting those on the Havonaˆ pilot worlds and the seven superuniverseˆ chiefs.

24:2.5 In the seventh superuniverseˆ there are one hundred thousand Census Directorsˆ. And this number consists entirely of those assignable to local universes; it does not include the personal staff of Usatiaˆ, the superuniverseˆ chief of all Orvontonˆ directors. Usatiaˆ, like the other superuniverseˆ chiefs, is not directly attuned to the registration of intelligent will. He is solely attuned to his subordinates stationed in the Orvontonˆ universes; thus he acts as a magnificent totaling personalityˆ for their reports coming in from the capitals of the local creations.

24:2.6 From time to time the official recorders of Uversaˆ place on their records the status of the superuniverseˆ as it is indicated by the registrations in and upon the personalityˆ of Usatiaˆ. Such census data is indigenous to the superuniverses; these reports are transmitted neither to Havonaˆ nor to Paradiseˆ.

24:2.7 The Census Directorsˆ are concerned with human beings — as with other will creatures — only to the extent of recording the fact of will function. They are not concerned with the records of your life and its doings; they are not in any sense recording personalities. The Census Director of Nebadonˆ, number 81,412 of Orvontonˆ, now stationed on Salvingtonˆ, is at this very moment personally conscious and aware of your living presence here on Urantiaˆ; and he will afford the records confirmation of your death the moment you cease to function as a will creature.

24:2.8 Census Directorsˆ register the existence of a new will creature when the first act of will is performed; they indicate the death of a will creature when the last act of will takes place. The partial emergence of will observed in the reactions of certain of the higher animals does not belong to the domain of the Census Directorsˆ. They keep count of nothing but bona fide will creatures, and they are responsive to nothing but will function. Exactly how they register the function of will, we do not know.

24:2.9 These beings always have been, and always will be, Census Directorsˆ. They would be comparatively useless in any other division of universeˆ labor. But they are infallible in function; they never default, neither do they falsify. And notwithstanding their marvelous powersˆ and unbelievable prerogatives, they are persons; they have recognizable spiritˆ presence and form.

3. Personal Aids of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ

24:3.1 We have no authentic knowledge as to the time or manner of the creation of the Personal Aids. Their number must be legionˆ, but it is not of record on Uversaˆ. From conservative deductions based on our knowledge of their work, I venture to estimate that their number extends high into the trillions. We hold the opinion that the Infinite Spiritˆˆ is not limited as to numbers in the creation of these Personal Aids.

24:3.2 The Personal Aids of the Infinite Spiritˆˆˆ exist for the exclusive assistance of the Paradiseˆ presence of the Third Person of Deityˆ. Although attached directly to the Infinite Spiritˆˆ and located on Paradiseˆ, they flash to and fro to the uttermost parts of creation. Wherever the circuitsˆ of the Conjoint Creatorˆ extend, there these Personal Aids may appear for the purpose of executing the bidding of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ. They traverse spaceˆ much as do the Solitary Messengersˆ but are not persons in the sense that the messengers are.

24:3.3 The Personal Aids are all equal and identical; they disclose no differentiation of individuality. Though the Conjoint Actorˆ looks upon them as true personalities, it is difficult for others to regard them as real persons; they do not manifest a spiritˆ presence to other spiritˆ beings. Paradiseˆ-origin beings are always aware of the proximity of these Aids; but we do not recognize a personalityˆ presence. The lack of such a presence-form undoubtedly renders them all the more serviceable to the Third Person of Deityˆ.

24:3.4 Of all the revealed orders of spiritˆ beings taking origin in the Infinite Spiritˆˆ, the Personal Aids are about the only ones you will not encounter on your inward ascent to Paradiseˆ.

4. The Associate Inspectorsˆ

24:4.1 The Seven Supremeˆ Executivesˆ, on the seven Paradiseˆ spheres of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ, collectively function as the administrative board of supermanagers for the seven superuniversesˆ. The Associate Inspectorsˆ are the personal embodiment of the authority of the Supremeˆ Executives to the local universesˆ of time and spaceˆ. These high observers of the affairs of the local creations are the joint offspring of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ and the Seven Master Spiritsˆ of Paradiseˆ. In the near times of eternityˆ seven hundred thousand were personalized, and their reserve corpsˆ abides on Paradiseˆ.

24:4.2 Associate Inspectorsˆ work under the direct supervision of the Seven Supremeˆ Executivesˆ, being their personal and powerful representatives to the local universesˆ of time and spaceˆ. An inspector is stationed on the headquarters sphere of each local creation and is a close associate of the resident Union of Days.

24:4.3 The Associate Inspectorsˆ receive reports and recommendations only from their subordinates, the Assigned Sentinelsˆ, stationed on the capitals of the local systemsˆ of inhabited worlds, while they make reports only to their immediate superior, the Supremeˆ Executive of the superuniverseˆ concerned.

5. The Assigned Sentinelsˆ

24:5.1 The Assigned Sentinelsˆ are co-ordinating personalities and liaison representatives of the Seven Supremeˆ Executivesˆ. They were personalized on Paradiseˆ by the Infinite Spiritˆˆ and were created for the specific purposes of their assignment. They are of stationary numbers, and there are exactly seven billion in existence.

24:5.2 Much as an Associate Inspector represents the Seven Supremeˆ Executivesˆ to a whole local universeˆˆ, so in each of the ten thousand systems of that local creation there is an Assigned Sentinel, who acts as the direct representative of the far-distant and supremeˆ board of supercontrol for the affairs of all seven superuniversesˆ. The sentinels on duty in the local systemˆ governments of Orvontonˆ are acting under the direct authority of Supremeˆ Executive Number Seven, the co-ordinator of the seventh superuniverseˆ. But in their administrative organization all sentinels commissioned in a local universeˆˆ are subordinate to the Associate Inspector stationed at universeˆ headquarters.

24:5.3 Within a local creation the Assigned Sentinelsˆ serve in rotation, being transferred from system to system. They are usually changed every millennium of local universeˆˆ time. They are among the highest ranking personalities stationed on a system capital, but they never participate in deliberations concerned with system affairs. In the local systemsˆ they serve as the ex officio heads of the four and twenty administrators hailing from the evolutionaryˆ worlds, but otherwise, ascendingˆ mortalsˆ have little contact with them. The sentinels are almost exclusively concerned in keeping the Associate Inspector of their universeˆ fully informed on all matters relating to the welfare and state of the systems of their assignment.

24:5.4 Assigned Sentinelsˆ and Associate Inspectorsˆ do not report to the Supremeˆ Executives through a superuniverseˆ headquarters. They are responsible solely to the Supremeˆ Executive of the superuniverseˆ concerned; their activities are distinct from the administration of the Ancients of Daysˆ.

24:5.5 The Supremeˆ Executives, Associate Inspectorsˆ, and Assigned Sentinelsˆ, together with the omniaphimˆ and a host of unrevealed personalities, constitute an efficient, direct, centralized, but far-flung system of advisory and administrative co-ordination of all the grand universeˆˆ of things and beings.

6. The Graduate Guidesˆ

24:6.1 The Graduate Guidesˆ, as a group, sponsor and conduct the high university of technical instruction and spiritˆual training which is so essential to mortalˆ attainment of the goal of the ages: Godˆ, rest, and then eternityˆ of perfected service. These highly personal beings take their name from the nature and purpose of their work. They are exclusively devoted to the tasks of guiding the mortalˆ graduates from the superuniversesˆ of time through the Havonaˆ course of instruction and training which serves to prepare the ascendingˆ pilgrimsˆ for admission to Paradiseˆ and the Corps of the Finalityˆ.

24:6.2 I am not forbidden to undertake to tell you of the work of these Graduate Guidesˆ, but it is so ultraspiritual that I despair of being able to adequately portray to the material mindˆ a concept of their manifold activities. On the mansion worldsˆ, after your vision range is extended and you are freed from the fetters of material comparisons, you can begin to comprehend the meaning of those realities which “eye cannot see nor ear hear, and which have never entered the concept of human minds,” even those things which “Godˆ has prepared for those who love such eternalˆ verities.” You are not always to be so limited in the range of your vision and spiritˆual comprehension.

24:6.3 The Graduate Guidesˆ are engaged in piloting the pilgrimsˆ of time through the seven circuitsˆ of Havonaˆ worlds. The guide who greets you upon your arrival on the receiving world of the outer Havonaˆ circuitˆ will remain with you throughout your entire career on the heavenly circuitsˆ. Though you will associate with countless other personalities during your sojourn on a billion worlds, your Graduate Guide will follow you to the end of your Havonaˆ progression and will witness your entrance into the terminal slumber of time, the sleep of eternityˆ transit to the Paradiseˆ goal, where, upon awakening, you will be greeted by the Paradiseˆ Companion assigned to welcome you and perhaps to remain with you until you are initiated as a member of the  Mortalˆ Corps of the Finalityˆˆ.

24:6.4 The number of Graduate Guidesˆ is beyond the powerˆ of human minds to grasp, and they continue to appear. Their origin is something of a mystery. They have not existed from eternityˆ; they mysteriously appear as they are needed. There is no record of a Graduate Guide in all the realms of the central universeˆˆ until that far-distant day when the first mortalˆ pilgrimˆ of all time made his way to the outer belt of the central creation. The instant he arrived on the pilot world of the outer circuitˆ, he was met with friendly greetings by Malvorianˆ, the first of the Graduate Guidesˆ and now the chief of their supremeˆ council and the director of their vast educational organization.

24:6.5 On the Paradiseˆ records of Havonaˆ, in the section denominated “Graduate Guidesˆ,” there appears this initial entry:

24:6.6 “And Malvorianˆ, the first of this order, did greet and instruct the pilgrimˆ discoverer of Havonaˆ and did conduct him from the outer circuitsˆ of initial experience, step by step and circuitˆ by circuitˆ, until he stood in the very presence of the Source and Destinyˆ of all personalityˆ, subsequently crossing the threshold of eternityˆ to Paradiseˆ.”

24:6.7 At that far-distant time I was attached to the service of the Ancients of Daysˆ on Uversaˆ, and we all rejoiced in the assurance that, eventually, pilgrimsˆ from our superuniverseˆ would reach Havonaˆ. For ages we had been taught that the evolutionaryˆ creatures of spaceˆ would attain Paradiseˆ, and the thrill of all time swept through the heavenly courts when the first pilgrimˆ actuallˆy arrived.

24:6.8 The name of this pilgrimˆ discoverer of Havonaˆ is  Grandfandaˆ, and he hailed from planet 341 of system 84 in constellationˆ 62 of local universeˆˆ 1,131 situated in superuniverseˆ number one. His arrival was the signal for the establishment of the broadcast service of the  universeˆ of universesˆ. Theretofore only the broadcasts of the superuniversesˆ and the local universesˆ had been in operation, but the announcement of the arrival of Grandfandaˆ at the portals of Havonaˆ signalized the inauguration of the “spaceˆ reports of glory,” so named because the initial universeˆ broadcast reported the Havonaˆ arrival of the first of the evolutionaryˆ beings to attain entrance upon the goal of ascendantˆ existence.

24:6.9 Graduate Guidesˆ never leave the Havonaˆ worlds; they are dedicated to the service of the graduate pilgrimsˆ of time and spaceˆ. And you will sometime meet these noble beings face to face if you do not reject the certain and all-perfected plan designed to effect your survival and ascensionˆ.

7. Origin of the Graduate Guidesˆ

24:7.1 Though evolution is not the order of the central universeˆˆ, we believe that the Graduate Guidesˆ are the perfected or more experienced members of another order of central universeˆˆ creatures, the  Havonaˆ Servitalsˆ. Graduate Guidesˆ show such a breadth of sympathy and such a capacity for understanding the ascendantˆ creatures that we are convinced they have gained this culture by actualˆ service in the superuniverseˆ realms as the  Havonaˆ Servitalsˆ of universal ministry. If this view is not correct, how then can we account for the continuous disappearance of the senior or more experienced servitals?

24:7.2 A servitalˆ will be long absent from Havonaˆ on superuniverseˆ assignment, having been on many such missions previously, will return home, be granted the privilege of “personal contact” with the Paradiseˆ Central Shining, will be embraced by the Luminous Persons, and disappear from the recognition of his spiritˆ fellows, never more to reappear among those of his kind.

24:7.3 On returning from superuniverseˆ service, a Havonaˆ Servitalˆ may enjoy numerous divineˆ embraces and emerge therefrom merely an exalted servitalˆ. Experiencing the luminous embrace does not necessarily signify that the servitalˆ must translate into a Graduate Guide, but almost one quarter of those who achieve the divineˆ embrace never return to the service of the realms.

24:7.4 There appears on the high records a succession of such entries as this:

24:7.5 “And servitalˆ number 842,842,682,846,782 of Havonaˆ, named Sudnaˆ, came over from the superuniverseˆ service, was received on Paradiseˆ, knew the Father, entered the divineˆ embrace, and is not.”

24:7.6 When such an entry appears on the records, the career of such a servitalˆ is closed. But in just three moments (a little less than three days of your time) a newborn Graduate Guide “spontaneously” appears on the outer circuitˆ of the Havonaˆ universeˆ. And the number of Graduate Guidesˆ, allowing for a slight difference, due no doubt to those in transition, exactly equals the number of vanished servitalsˆ.

24:7.7 There is an additional reason for supposing the Graduate Guidesˆ to be evolved  Havonaˆ Servitalsˆ, and that is the unfailing tendency of these guides and their associated servitalsˆ to form such extraordinary attachments. The manner in which these supposedly separate orders of beings understand and sympathize with one another is wholly inexplicable. It is refreshing and inspiring to witness their mutual devotion.

24:7.8 The Seven Master Spiritsˆ and the associated Seven Supremeˆ Powerˆ Directorsˆ, respectively, are the personal repositories of the mindˆ potential and of the powerˆ potential of the  Supremeˆ Beingˆ which he does not, as yet, operate personally. And when these Paradiseˆ associates collaborate to create the  Havonaˆ Servitalsˆ, the latter are inherently involved in certain phases of Supremacyˆ.  Havonaˆ Servitalsˆ are thus, in actualˆity, a reflection in the perfectˆ central universeˆˆ of certain evolutionaryˆ potentialities of the time-space domains, all of which is disclosed when a servitalˆ undergoes transformation and re-creation. We believe that this transformation takes place in response to the will of the Infinite Spiritˆˆ, undoubtedly acting in behalf of the Supremeˆ. Graduate Guidesˆ are not created by the  Supremeˆ Beingˆ, but we all conjecture that experientialˆ Deityˆ is in some way concerned in those transactions which bring these beings into existence.

24:7.9 The Havonaˆ now traversed by ascendingˆ mortalsˆ differs in many respects from the central universeˆˆ as it was before the times of Grandfandaˆ. The arrival of mortalˆ ascendersˆ on the Havonaˆ circuitsˆ inaugurated sweeping modifications in the organization of the central and divineˆ creation, modifications undoubtedly initiated by the  Supremeˆ Beingˆ — the Godˆ of evolutionaryˆ creatures — in response to the arrival of the first of his experientialˆ children from the seven superuniversesˆ. The appearance of the Graduate Guidesˆ, together with the creation of the tertiary supernaphimˆ, is indicative of these performances of  Godˆ the Supremeˆˆ.

24:7.10 [Presented by a Divineˆ Counselor of Uversaˆ.]