Jesus and Ganid at the Great Lighthouse
The three enjoyed a most pleasant passage to Alexandria. Ganid was delighted with the voyage and kept Jesus busy answering questions. As they approached the city's harbor, the young man was thrilled by the great lighthouse of Pharos, located on the island which Alexander had joined by a mole to the mainland, thus creating two magnificent harbors and thereby making Alexandria the maritime commercial crossroads of Africa, Asia, and Europe. ...They arose early in the morning to view this splendid lifesaving device of man, and amidst the exclamations of Ganid Jesus said: 'And you, my son, will be like this lighthouse when you return to India, even after your father is laid to rest; you will become like the light of life to those who sit about you in darkness, showing all who so desire the way to reach the harbor of salvation in safety.' And as Ganid squeezed Jesus' hand, he said, 'I will.' "
Read the rest of the story: The Urantia Book, 130:3.0