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God of Abraham spoke to me.Now what?

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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:31 AM
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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?


First check to see if you got a brain tumor... When God talks to you directly it is not normally a good thing...




posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:33 AM
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a reply to: NthOther

I dont like the way You classify ALL atheists as one, its not like that. Im an atheist and fully open to the idea of a creator, I just don't believe those old stories (some I do) or that anyone was "his" son, but I still keep an open mind to it. I don't dislike Jesus at all or anyones version of what God is, I just don't like religion and what it does to people susceptible to extremism. I don't claim to know anything to be fact, I only think . I believe in something just not religious theology. I think with any classification of belief people technically have their own beleifs except in extremist situations. Im an atheist that believes in a true creator "god" or "source" or something, call me oxymoron all you like , atheist broken downs means this, A means no - theist/theology , so no theology, an atheist can still believe in God, maybe the atheist just doesn't choose a theological path. Yes some atheists are closed off to any idea of a diety, we are all different, personally know it alls annoy me of any faith or lack of.


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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:36 AM
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Yeh I am not going announcing yet, until I can fully rule out that this wasn't some hallucination, seizure or a mini stroke. I will be getting that 2nd,3rd and 4th medical opinion as well just to be on the safe side.



You will be allright...religious experiance or not. You got a good medical Insurance.




posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:36 AM
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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?

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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.
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I don't think it's a spear, I didn't see the object just informed that they will give me some sort of object. Isn't the spear a wife's tale? I'm pretty sure it's a hoax!
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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:38 AM
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a reply to: Xtrozero
Are you going to tell us what the job is ? if You are serious.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:38 AM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero

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?


First check to see if you got a brain tumor... When God talks to you directly it is not normally a good thing...


Ah yes the good old House 1 God 0!



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:38 AM
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a reply to: NthOther

Don't all chistians believe in the father? And those that are a bit farther?
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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:39 AM
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Didn't know if the spear was real or not but that is what the beni ha Nephilim (sons of the fallen) were said to be looking for on the History Channel.




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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:42 AM
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originally posted by: arpgme

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.
"



Commenting again in case you missed my post on the other page.

The question now is... if this object is real and they have it (the fallen) , and want to give the object to you then who are you? rea


I don't know to be honest. I'm not married, still in my 20's, I don't drink or smoke, always eat healthy, enjoy listening to the wind blow and classical music like Mozart, Chaikovski etc. I enjoy a good book with some tea when I'm outside.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:42 AM
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originally posted by: ViciLaw

I'm not attacking religion, I am asking the religious for an opinion.
Maybe I shouldn't have

Sorry for instigating that little side debate.


I dunno. If all it was consisted of vague imagery and disembodied voices saturated in the stench of utter doom, and there's no clarity as to how you should act... I think you should find a quiet place to meditate and (oh no!) pray.

And then talk to someone you trust about it, in person (enhances emotional transparency)... who won't think you're crazy or want to send you straight into an MRI torture chamber. You know, a friend.



It doesn't sound like anything positive to me, but revelations oftentimes aren't. Neither are neurological disorders. It's probably wise to consult with professionals from both fields of expertise.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:50 AM
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originally posted by: ViciLaw
I'm not attacking religion, I am asking the religious for an opinion.
Maybe I shouldn't have

There is nothing wrong with that but you have to see that they can only give you their POV.

Maybe the world is more complex than their POV takes into accuont. I can't really say where you're path will take you but I hope that it is to a much wider view. It's where it took me.
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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:54 AM
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originally posted by: Foderalover
Are you going to tell us what the job is ? if You are serious.


The "job" would be something that is totally unexpected....

I'll tell you a story.... There was this guy who got a vision from God, that guy was ready for the big thing he was suppose to do. He was so ready that when he past a homeless guy on the street he told the guy he had no time for him because God had great plans for him....guess what his job was...also guess that he failed at it....



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:55 AM
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originally posted by: Foderalover

I dont like the way You classify ALL atheists as one, its not like that. Im an atheist and fully open to the idea of a creator, I just don't believe those old stories (some I do) or that anyone was "his" son, but I still keep an open mind to it. I don't dislike Jesus at all or anyones version of what God is, I just don't like religion and what it does to people susceptible to extremism. I don't claim to know anything to be fact, I only think . I believe in something just not religious theology. I think with any classification of belief people technically have their own beleifs except in extremist situations. Im an atheist that believes in a true creator "god" or "source" or something, call me oxymoron all you like , atheist broken downs means this, A means no - theist/theology , so no theology, an atheist can still believe in God, maybe the atheist just doesn't choose a theological path. Yes some atheists are closed off to any idea of a diety, we are all different, personally know it alls annoy me of any faith or lack of.

Then you and I actually hold very similar beliefs in many respects.

I capitalize "Atheist" very deliberately, because the sort of atheists I'm usually referring to have a religious zeal similar to other groups that commonly require capitalization in proper usage--"Baptists", for example.



It's my subtle way of reminding people that they've created a religion unto themselves. I'm not talking about Joe atheist who just doesn't buy into the fairy tales and the rituals, but gets what it's really all about.

I'm talking about Atheists.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:57 AM
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Don't go religious, Yahusha spoke out against religion and called it a snare and a racket.... maybe start seeking truth, and then all truth you see, spread? That is similar to what happened to me, except it was more sleep paralysis and everything turned white mainly.....

I know know that religion is the beast, including all false names and titles, anything with a J word is bunk BS, etc, I know about the Sabbath now and creators calendar and that the roman calendar is a big distraction baloney maker etc... PM if you want to know more I could add you to my facebook and everything is there all day every day...

We want to run FROM religion, not TO it! It is the beast.

How we treat each other and the love and appreciation we show is what matters here etc.

Shalom brother!



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 01:00 AM
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a reply to: ViciLaw

Nephilim means fallen angels and the Beni Ha Nephilim (Sons of the fallen) will give you an object. That doesn't sound like it's of The Heavenly Father.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 01:04 AM
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I would almost certainly say there is a medical reason for it. However, it could be something that would not leave any evidence for medical specialists to find, regardless of the tests done. For instance, a minor blood clot in the brain that broke up (just an example-I'm not medically inclined and don't know that such a thing is even possible). It could also simply have been a hallucination; many things can cause them: fatigue, stress, moldy food, perhaps a spike in some sort of gas or a temporary decrease in oxygen levels in your home for whatever reason....it happens.

I am not religious, but if it were, in fact, an all-powerful 'god' speaking to you, I don't think you would have any doubts whatsoever, and I certainly don't think you'd be asking for advice on ATS. Without knowing what it is, the fact that you say he gave you a "task" to carry out, is rather concerning, in my opinion...A lot of people have done a lot of insane and terrible things because they believed god told them to....



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 01:12 AM
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Go to the hospital, check yourself in.

Stay there untill you get your sh+t together. Stop posting to ATS.

THERE IS NO GOD.

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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 01:15 AM
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originally posted by: ViciLaw
The task was to find the pardon my wording here I don't know how to pronounce it. Benehaphalim, Benihanephalim or Bineihaenephalim. They are some sort of group and that they would give me some sort of object, there was no information about what I am meant to do with this object.

He said that during the time of the coming tribulations I'll be guided like a magnet attracting a piece of metal.

Also do I call it a he?she? or it? I know it sounded like a male voice but for some reason it didn't feel male. I was very confused about that part.


בני חאנפלם means in ENglish, " Hanfelm members," ??? Never heard of it, but that is all I could get...



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 01:22 AM
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originally posted by: BerenstEiner
Go to the hospital, check yourself in.

Stay there untill you get your sh+t together. Stop posting to ATS.

THERE IS NO GOD.

That's real constructive and helpful, there, pal....Perhaps you should stop posting to ATS, at least until you can conduct yourself in a civil manner.

Anyway, back on topic....

As I said, I'm not religious whatsoever, but just to give you another angle, 'Beni Ha Nephilim' may mean 'sons of the fallen', but that term appears nowhere in any translation of the Bible. However, 'Bene Elohim' does appear in certain translations, and means 'sons of God' in Hebrew, and is used in the Bible as a reference to angels.

If you honestly believe this may have been a supernatural, religious experience, you may want to try and remember what exactly you 'heard', as it could make an enormous amount of difference....

Edit: Other translations give the term as 'bene ha-'elohim' or 'bene 'elim', but the meaning is as I stated above, a reference to angels. Big difference between 'nephilim' and 'elohim' though, even though they sound very similar....
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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 01:26 AM
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originally posted by: ViciLaw
The voice also said to prepare for Israel will be in ruins, for the faith of old will be destroyed by the faith of new.
No idea what that means? Any ideas?


The Truth about aliens and our creators will be known.

Non of the current religions have anything right. It's all backwards. So they must be purged. Purged by fire and by storm.
And shaking the ground from under their ignorant feet.

But not believing is not enough sadly lol. Israel will Burn for one to many reasons. And many of them have nothing to do with Muslims.

Also that's generic biblical prophecy. I personally don't think Israel really matters in the Scheme of things. A small nation of 8 million is hardly on my radar.



think your vision thing is interesting. But i doubt you were talking to the Universe.
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