posted on Oct, 8 2016 @ 09:46 AM
I've heard people claim "I am God". I've rarely heard anyone claim "I am the God". But I've never heard anyone claim "I am the God of Jesus" which is
exactly what this man is claiming in this video,
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My first kneejerk reaction was that "in the bible there is no 'God of Jesus', because Jesus is God", but I looked up John 20:17 and Jesus does call
someone "my God". But of course that doesn't automatically mean that this guy is him. The video is a text of a book that this man wrote. The writing
is as artistic and poetic as it is practically insane. He has conversations with the dead and quotes them, everyone from Malcolm X to the Moors. I've
never heard of "melanin" before and since he makes such a big stink about it, I looked that up to. Some people think that Melanin is just a substance
with really nothing more to it, others think that it is the key to all understanding. He claims that he is the culmination of a plan that is billions
of years in the making, and that everyone on earth is a mental slave without knowing it, and that his book is creative enough to break everyone free
from mental chains.
Then he starts to speak about dreams and defines what happens inside of dreams. Basically the entire bible is being used by him as if the bible was
some kind of dream interpreter. He sees the bible as a sequence inside of a dream.
Then of course comes the grand finale in the video, where he attempts to answer the question "HOW IS THERE SOMETHING INSTEAD OF NOTHING?" This is a
question that, to be honest, I've never come across before. It actually is a scary question which has no quick answer either in religion or in
science. Because technically there could have been nothing, yet there is something. His explanation is given in what he calls "a ten arm dance", where
he connects the Great Pyramid of Giza to Revelation 13:18 and 666. I can't say back to you what he said because it was complex and intricate, but I
understood it when he said it. Basically he says that everything is in a paradox, and nothing is what it seems.
Do you think he is just another kook, or do you think that we might have a messiah on our hands? Brazil talks about the Black Christ returning, maybe
this man is the "el cristo negro" they talk about.
edit on 10/27/2016 by semperfortis because: (no reason given)