Arena of Choice

A person's material mind is where he or she lives, makes decisions, chooses God or forsakes him, eternalizes or destroys themselves.

111:1.3 (1216.4) Material mind is the arena in which human personalities live, are self-conscious, make decisions, choose God or forsake him, eternalize or destroy themselves.


The Mansion Worlds

Jewish and early Christian sects developed gnosticism in the late 1st century AD as a collection of religious ideas and systems. Religious institutions and orthodox teachings were viewed as secondary to personal spiritual knowledge by these various groups. There was a theory of seven heavens in the early Gnostic systems, as well as a supercelestial region known as the Ogdoad. In gnosticism theory, the planets were divided into seven spheres with an eighth sphere above them, the sphere of the fixed stars.

Do you think gnostics seven heavens and the seven mansion worlds are one of the same?

47:0.4 The seven mansion worlds are in charge of the morontia supervisors and the Melchizedeks. There is an acting governor on each world who is directly responsible to the Jerusem rulers. The Uversa conciliators maintain headquarters on each of the mansion worlds, while adjoining is the local rendezvous of the Technical Advisers. The reversion directors and celestial artisans maintain group headquarters on each of these worlds. The spironga function from mansion world number two onward, while all seven, in common with the other transitional-culture planets and the headquarters world, are abundantly provided with spornagia of standard creation.