posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:07 AM
Maybe I'm preaching to the choir here (no pun intended) but this is true on a base level. We are all programmed to believe Jesus saves. Let me share
with you guys something strange. When I was in my twenties I had nice quiet day at home on acid. A normal amount, normal strength. It was daytime. I
went to the bathroom and left the door cracked just a bit, so just enough light came in for me to just make myself out in the bathroom sink mirror.
Now, i was there, but a very subtle, dark layer/image of a christ figure was on my face. More as if I had a beard and crown of thorns, bleeding. It
wasn't vague. It was detailed with a beard and crown of thorns. Of course, I'm thinking WTF. I turn on the light, its gone. Just MY face and of
course, its trippy because I'm tripping. Turn off the light and there is Jesus over my face again. There was nothing religous going on at that
moment, no TV, thoughts etc. I stepped outside for about 10 minutes and went back into the see again. Jesus. Now, of course I was hallucinating on
acid. Thats not the argument. But of all the things to "see" repeatedly, and in the same detail each time the light went out. hmmm.
I've been a professional artist since birth, so perhaps being a very visual person has something to do with it. It was incredibly detailed, and the
same detail each time. Still, to this day don't know what to make of it.
I'm absolutely not a religous person, in fact I've been quite a Zeitgeist mindframe for most of my life. Something is really burned into our brains
deep down inside, and I share this experience to explain how strong it is.
I believe people who have had crushing, soul crunching events transpire in their lives are forced to the absolute far end of the spectrum of sanity.
This is Jesus land. Prisoners who have murdered human beings have such a choking amount of guilt inside, they snap to the far end of sanity, to the
Let me be clear, I'm not saying I believe Jesus existed or didn't exist. We can't prove that. I'm speaking of the impact of a belief system on a