Summer Solstice and The Seasons

The Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere is known as the longest day of the year, This year Wed. June 21, explore why this astronomical event is called the summer solstice and how it is used to measure time. Watch Video  

 The Urantia Book says: “Seasons and temperature variations occur on all sunlighted and sun-heated planets. Agriculture is universal on all atmospheric worlds; tilling the soil is the one pursuit that is common to the advancing races of all such planets.”  Read More