Adam and Eve
Adam And Eve arrived on Earth, from the year A.D. 1934, 37,848 years ago. It was in midseason when the Garden was in the height of bloom that they arrived. At high noon and unannounced, the two seraphic transports, accompanied by the Jerusem personnel intrusted with the transportation of the biologic uplifters to Earth, settled slowly to the surface of the revolving planet in the vicinity of the temple of the Universal Father. All the work of rematerializing the bodies of Adam and Eve was carried on within the precincts of this newly created shrine. And from the time of their arrival ten days passed before they were re-created in dual human form for presentation as the world's new rulers. They regained consciousness simultaneously. The Material Sons and Daughters always serve together. It is the essence of their service at all times and in all places never to be separated. They are designed to work in pairs; seldom do they function alone.
--Presented by Solonia, the seraphic "voice in the Garden," from the Urantia Papers.
Adam and Eve Before Earth
Adam and Eve went forth to their new responsibilities adequately equipped and fully instructed concerning every duty and danger to be encountered on Earth.
Adam and Eve Arrive on Earth
...the age of Adam, the third planetary epoch, opens amidst scenes of simple grandeur...
About the Planet
...the first day of Adam and Eve on isolated Earth, the confused planet of the Caligastia betrayal...
The First Upheaval
The first upheaval occurred the night following the sixth day; while Adam and Eve slumbered, strange things were transpiring in the vicinity of the Father's temple in the central sector of Eden.
For almost seven years after Adam's arrival the Melchizedek receivers remained on duty, but the time finally came when they turned the administration of world affairs over to Adam and returned to...
Adam and Eve Home Life
When Adam and Eve left the Garden, their family consisted of four generations numbering 1,647 pure-line descendants.
Life in the Garden
The entire purpose of the western school system of the Garden was socialization.
The Legend of Creation
The story of the creation of Earth in six days was based on the tradition that Adam and Eve had spent just six days in their initial survey of the Garden.