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Please, do we know the reference/context of those "well preserved stone pages"?

(663.4) 57:8.26 It was these seas and their successors that laid down the life records of Urantia, as subsequently discovered in well-preserved stone pages, volume upon volume, as era succeeded era and age grew upon age. These inland seas of olden times were truly the cradle of evolution.

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Upon reading the paragraph more carefully, I believe they are using a metaphorical language: megalithic information about those eras.


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Exactly Angel!! The Grand Canyon is one such book where every geologic age is a layer or page of history. I think the UB says that the oldest pages of rock are found in NE USA/SE Canada.

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Yes, I have been working on a couple of books. Thank you for being always there.
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