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Me too, sort of, and depends on what you call visions. I was trying to describe an auditory equivalent of a vision and not sure what the proper term for it would be. I don't have these things happen often like I described and this is the only experience I have had just like this and I am like in my mid to late fifties. It seems like an experience like I had would be something you would have to take seriously but really how to do that is a little difficult since it does not come with a manual. Maybe I figured that when the time came where this information would be of use, I would also know to some degree what it meant, so I have not been all that concerned over the years and was something way in the back of my mind but on rare occasions would think about for a minute or so. Now all of a sudden this bit of information seems relevant, considering how history is leading.
I've had visions and experiences all my life. Something or someone guides me.
Originally posted by jmdewey60
reply to post by teapot
In my opinion, the Mormon's 'secret prophesy' is bunk and I have no confidence that a Mormon in the White House would be a good thing.
You mean you think my theory that there could be secret doctrine is bunk?
I don't know that I am actually trying to convince anyone that this is true. I just had this supernatural sort of experience years ago and it seems very real, as I described on the thread I linked to, where I was told about an Angel, Maroni
....and that it was going to blow a trumpet on a date which the voice specified, and a month and a half or so later, when the date came, I paid special attention to the news to see if anything significant happened on that before-mentioned day. There was in fact something very significant that happened on that day from the point of view of the Mormons, where the football team of their showcase university was announced as the national champions. This would have announced the existence of Mormons to everyone in the world who may not have known of them otherwise, having this college football team on headlines of the sports section of every newspaper.
Anyway, this is what happened to me and I feel under a certain obligation to say something about it, since this is how I understand why I would be given this information to start with, which is I am the sort of person who would end up saying something about it in a public way.
I've heard of this concept. Where the Mormons will save the country when the "constitution hangs by a thread" and the LDS hierarchy will swoop in and save the day. . .
I don't really have anything against them in general but it was really weird for me being in Salt Lake City and having this more than just a sensation that you were a non-person to them.
I'm trying to learn about them from them, rather than a Protestant with an axe to grind.
Originally posted by Shirak
Telepaths seers, holy men, witchdoctors, Kahunas medicine men Sorcerers, "Witches" Prophets ancients have existed throughout history. So has religious persecution. The man you are dissing died for what he believed in that is he believed in what he understood enough to be subjected to several beatings. Being dipped in hot tar and tortured. This is a matter of public record. When he was arrested and went with the law to jail for being accused of burning down a printing press. The guards stood aside while men with their faces painted dark to hide their identity came into the jail and shot him and his brother dead. This was bigotry.