Originally posted by SaturnFX
From the article:
His forthcoming book
Book? so he has actual proof of an afterlife, and instead of sharing this freely on the net, and altering the entire worlds view...
he wants to cash in.
Guess heaven has gotten lax in its messaging.
Anyhow, in a dream, you can live a week in a few minutes before waking up.
Mom had a NDE...and she didn't see streaming transparent people..she seen solid people, and she wasn't in fluffy cloudville..she was on a beach.
But by all means, read the book.
"Book? so he has actual proof of an afterlife, and instead of sharing this freely on the net, and altering the entire worlds view...
he wants to cash in."
This is a hell of a kick a$$ point, sorry for the slang
When you have read a lot on the net, especially ufo, people seeing Jesus and heaven etc. The REAL legitimate ones seem to stand out even further than
the MONEY ones. Testimonies by people that didn't make money, not saying the ones that write a book and get famous are not legitimate but people
like Gary Wilcox that had great character and didn't make a dime about seeing and speaking to two martians. James Padgett to me deserves much respect
in my opinion, yes he was a medium but he didn't make a dime off his communications with Jesus. But not so with all the famous religions of the world
today. Tons of pastors all over the world survive off of Jesus-Payola. Not really saying that is bad, but to me James Padgett had a job, he was a
laywer in Washington DC. He did mediumship on the side. But no money! And that was the one Jesus selected as his chosen. At least from what I gather.
In the LDS religion (Romney's) faith. Sure there is a goodness in living a clean life, but ever sense Joseph Smith started the church it reeked of
money, money, money and more money. Joseph parents were desperately poor and he even tried to sell the copyright when the book of mormon came out.
Joseph Smith was arrested for glass looking (looking through a stone in a hat and telling people that there is gold etc. Which he never found). Let
alone no book of mormon dna, artifacts etc.
Though I am not a fan of most mediums. I do think that James Padgett was an interesting character in that beings would come to him through automatic
writing and would describe their condition be it a darker type place which they seem to be in distress or a lighter place in the highest realm like
Jesus. And the ones in the darker place would seem incredibly impressed about the immense light that was surrounding James Padgett though he couldn't
see it. And it seemed to be Jesus and his appointed apostles etc.
Or Gary Wilcox, spotted an oval craft and out comes two martians, it happened April 24th, 1964 on a New York farm. But he NEVER made money off it,
even his brother never accepted money he was offered to tell his brothers story. And he was deemed sane and great character by doctors etc.
So when I see testimonies of heaven I have to give the thumbs up to people that do not make a dime off it and don't plan to as James Padgett - Jesus
communication. Gary Wilcox - seeing martians.
It seems like there is a pattern in the world that ufo's seem to go secular, to individual, such as on farms etc. Like at ATS, somebody posted about a
guy experiencing beings on his farm in Poland. He had a large bolder with an inscription dedicated to him after he died. Again individual contact and
To me wether it be heaven, Jesus or ufo's, a PATTERN emerges. The ones that are a cut above the rest are the no-payola ones, and contact on a (one on
one) basis. Some of you out there must understand this, because I sure see a pattern big-time!
Thanks for the post!
edit on 10-10-2012 by thetiler because: spelling