Urantia Book Paper 49

In mind and character the nonbreathers do not differ from other mortal types


You would be more than interested in the planetary conduct of this

type of mortal


such a race of beings inhabits a sphere in

close proximity to Urantia.

NASA 00061934NAS Architectural sphere orbiting Saturn - New Jerusalem-


Michael tells Curtis about his meeting with the nonbreather on the

mothership near Saturn

describing it as insectoidal intelligent and aware…

Listen hour 80


The Inhabited Worlds Urantia Book Paper 49

All inhabited worlds are basically grouped for

celestial administration into the local systems,

and each of these local systems is limited to about one thousand evolutionary worlds. “Beings such as the Urantia races are classified as mid-breathers; you represent the average or typical breathing order of mortal existence.”


Worlds of The Nonbreathers Urantia Book Paper 49

Life on the worlds of the nonbreathers is radically different from what it is on Urantia. The nonbreathers do not eat food or drink water as do the Urantia races.

The reactions of the nervous system, the heat-regulating mechanism, and the metabolism of these specialized peoples are radically different from such functions of Urantia mortals. Almost every act of living, aside from reproduction, differs, and even the methods of procreation are somewhat different…Millions upon millions of meteorites enter the atmosphere of Urantia daily, coming in at the rate of almost two hundred miles a second.

On the nonbreathing worlds the advanced races must do much to protect themselves from meteor damage by making electrical installations which operate to consume or shunt the meteors.

Great danger confronts them when they venture beyond these protected zones. These worlds are also subject to disastrous electrical storms of a nature unknown on Urantia. During such times of tremendous energy fluctuation the inhabitants must take refuge in their special structures of protective insulation.