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The "It" is not God it's something else entirely, either way the learning experience so far is becoming rather interesting.
originally posted by: projectbane
a reply to: ViciLaw
Sounds like delusions and maybe some sort of mental problem.
Why is always people with new accounts that have these wild unsubstantiated stories? Is it a coincidence?
originally posted by: ViciLaw
1st foremost I am not religious at all never believed in God or the message. While sitting down and reading the news I began to see dots and blacked out. I saw golden gates, some sort of light that had many colors, I heard a harmony and then a voice spoke to me. Apparently I am tasked with a job?
When I came to I realized I blacked out only for 4 seconds. Went to the doctors to get an MRI and a CT scan done nothing came up that would be alarming. Blood work checked out and blood pressure was normal, including sugar and other levels.
So... What does one do in this situation? How can one turn to religion if they never believed in the fairy tale?
I am not one of those guys either that sucks up! I always told religious people that if there is a God he is the #1 A--hole in the Universe.
So should I ignore this so called calling for a job to carry out? or Should I convert and go religious and carry out this task?
originally posted by: Lucid Lunacy
a reply to: arpgme
Every shred of my being tells me the OP is downright lying about all of this.Yet you seem to believe every word he says. I find that interesting. One of us is wrong.
originally posted by: arpgme
a reply to: ViciLaw
Beni Ha Nephilim means sons of the fallen (angels). They talk about an object called the "spear of destiny" .
Go on Youtube and look up "sons of the fallen and the spear of destiny".
What is the spear of destiny?
According to legend they possess a dangerous weapon, the spear of destiny, the Roman soldier spear that penetrated the side of Christ to make sure that he was dead. Whosoever possesses this holy lance (aka spear of destiny or destiny's lance), and understands the power it serves, holds in his hand, the destiny of the world - for good or evil.