Ok, here's the deal... as some may know, I get these little 'trances' sometimes... the best way to describe them is it's like a daydream, but
instead of my conscious shutting down for a moment it instead makes a link from my conscious to subconscious to superconscious (or soul). It's like
I'm spread thin between where I'm one with my body, and an OBE where you are literally standing beside yourself. Anyways...
I just got one of these (usually get many a day, mostly regarding revelations about science/philosophy... and I forget most of them consciously). When
it hit me was reading This Thread (Staged return of Christ!!??!!??)
. What I saw was a
real person standing in the air (feet about 3 feet above the ground). A crowd was watching in amazement, and suprizingly none of them prayed. Then
another man (seemed like it was me) walked up disgusted that everyone thought it was too divine to touch, and just gave their blind faith. He walked
up to the person and held out his hand to shake in an american gesture of faith.
This is wierd... I saw the floating man hold his hand out and shake, and then smiled, and the angry man smiled back and turned to the crowd and told
them something like "There's your proof... it's Him". Then the entire scene flashed again, but the man walked up to the floating man and just
waved his hand through him proving to the people that it was not real.
I believe that when He comes, if he does (I think he will, and I'm so anti-christian it's not funny!) that we will know the truth ONLY if someone is
brave enough to get over the 'god fear' and realize that, if this really is 'Jesus", then we are no different, and he would readily accept an open
The other part (like a 3rd scenario) already faded, but if it comes back I'll post... I think it was that the person floating ACTED divinely...
I got it... the crowd didn't believe that this 'Jesus' was real, and the guy who was angry (still felt like it was me) floated up off the ground
just like this other being... not to show that the Jesus was a fake, but to show that he "remembered something lost long ago"... that this King,
even though divine, was still no different than us... remembered that he could also heal, etc.
So, what do you guys think? Disregard my interpretation... most of the time I really should be taking the scene literally when it comes to these