posted on Aug, 11 2009 @ 05:19 AM
I'm new to this, so bear with me a bit.
I am assuming that the original post is sincere - if not, then this may be a waste of time.
By nature I am both very skeptical and yet open to the idea that reality is much larger and more complex than we can imagine. As Hamlet says:
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
Two examples: 1. We humans can only see a small portion of the light spectrum. 2. IF string theory is correct then there are a number of other
dimensions. This leaves open the possiblity that there are things and potentially people or forces we cannot normally see.
Is it possible that you were visited by an entity of some sort that you normally cannot see? I don't see why not. ... Did it actually happen? I
cannot say. The line between waking and sleeping often is blurred, and simply being asleep or somewhere in between does not (in my opinion) discount
Can you trust what that entity said about you? Without more details his is difficult to say as well. Nevertheless, I'll offer an opinion:
I believe there are entities which are trustworthy and some that are very deceptive and hostile - both in the real that we normally see and in that
which is much less often experienced.
I do not get a "good" feeling about the entity you encountered. Perhaps it reminds me a bit too much of a similar experience I had at age 7. A warm
windless summer night, then a strong blast of a cold wind and the feeling of a huge hand on my small shoulder which then spun me around. Most
Don't allow yourself to be led astray by the prospect of being selected to be a prophetic voice. The real question is "WHO" has selected you? And
"WHAT" is the message you are to proclaim. I'd examine those two questions VERY carefully.
The word Apocalypse means to unveil. Christian literature states that it is a time when both good and evil are to be revealed. First come the very
deceptive revelations made by false prophets with new gospel messages which lead many astray ... culminating in the greatest deception of the
antichrist. On the other side we are shown two end-time prophets from the Judeo-Christian camp and their short ministries terminate at the 2nd coming
Be very careful. Lots of delusions and half-truths, and self deceptions exist as well.