Originally posted by RighteousDude
OP, this is all about the Urantia book, isn't it? Your references to the spiritual bureaucracy tipped me off. I never did figure out that book. I
know it really bugs christians. I never met anyone that ever got taken up in it severely. But it does pique your curiosity about the workings of the
spiritual nature of the universe. It was one of those books that found me about thirty years ago. It was so far-fetched that it was impossible to
bring to the light of day. So I have it buried in some closet somewhere.
The 11:11 phenomena also has me in its grasp. All day long for at least the last three years with increasing frequency, :00, :11, :22, etc... At
first, I thought I was just a clock watcher, but the occurrence has such a blatant nature to it that I am compelled not to dismiss it. Another thing
that I cannot bring into conversation. I mean, talked to my wife about it and got the, "yeah right."
Your thread has struck a nerve, as you insinuated it would. I would love to debunk you. I know the source of your insight and inspiration, but I
can't discern whether or not you are valid. This is the age of deception, but everything you have presented outside of your Urantia inspiration has a
familiar tone. It's that Urantia book influence that bothers me and that you bring the 11:11 phenom into play, I am perturbed because I have both
of these in my psyche.
You beat me to it. Urantia book influence it is. As for 11:11 'prompts' starting in 2004, i disagree. I have been seeing 11s 22s 444s etc. long before
2004. Number synchronicities on clocks are nothing new in my opinion. I'm betting they have been around since there were a consciousness in existence
to note time. I'm not entirely sure what the OP means by 'prompt', although i share some of the sentiments expressed about everyone needing to get
there house in order etc, but this has all been said before. I remain skeptical of any claims of ultra-important privileged information, though i am
open to considering what the OP is saying. The psychology part is intriguing, for example.
As for the Urantia book, my personal opinion of it is that it is one of the most unique/strange Spiritual/channeling type books out there. Most of it
i did not really grasp, it is presented in fairly complex language. I'm not going to slag on Urantia believers, however i have read the entire book
(huge!), and there are a number of things that send up red flags for me. The one that really comes to mind is the racist tone within it in certain
places. I have had a Urantian tell me point blank once, 'yes, some have a better quality of soul & lineages than others' or something to that effect,
im paraphrasing, but it was in answer to my question of whether or not he thought certain races were superior or not. It is anti-Islamic according to
my friend as well, and though i don't recall this specifically, it would not surprise me if it were the case.
I apologize for going off topic, irealize this is not a thread about that book, but i would like the OP to address this question of if she is a
follower of the Urantia book or not. I realize it might not be within the scope of the topic per se, but i think it is relevant because of the very
Urantia-like language he or she uses, and also seemingly similar kind of theological thought processes found in the book.
I will continue reading, only made it to page 5 and had to stop to respond to Righteous Dude and add my 2 cents. I was about to post and bring up the
likely Urantia book connection, which is apparent from a number of the OP's use of particular terms and phrases that are very specific to the Urantia
book. Perhaps the OP has not read the book and is simply tapping into a similar Spiritual realm, that is certainly possible.
I would also like to make clear this is not an attack on you OP, these are honest questions and concerns of mine, and in no way do i mean to be
dismissive, unfair or unduly prejudiced against what you are sharing here, if indeed you are bringing it to the table with good and pure intentions,
which you very well may be.
I will read on and may have more to add later. Would love to hear from you OP, and hopefully you have not already addressed any of this from here to
page 7, or i will feel somewhat foolish for jumping the gun. There were also things i liked about the Urantia book, definitely a mindful, it was one
of those challenging to your worldview kind of books, and the way it is written is impressive. Overall however remain wary of it.
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