Thursday, January 11, 2018

Just A Bit Interesting

Yeah, I heard the news a few days ago actually from my Grandparents::: President Thomas S. Monson of the LDS Mormon church passed away.

No, I did not pray for this.

What's interesting is this::::

On Winter Solstice before his death, I met a man who had a car accident, and he said he lost 3 of his children in this car accident.

He listed the names of 4 of his children --- I recognized 2 of the names being shared with "Famous People".

I went home and looked up car accident news online ---- I found no news story about this guy's accident, but I did find front page news that said the LDS church had been baptizing people they weren't supposed to: including celebrities.

I suspected the man I met as Jesus, but later put that thought aside citing delusions of Grandeur.


And after Christmas, just after New Year's Day --- President Monson died.


I was just looking at an article on LDS.org from President Monson's daughter:

In the article, she says that about 50 years ago Monson met a man in Australia.

25 years later he met the same man in my homeland of Alberta Canada, and remembered him.


This is just a bit spooky to me.

Why?

Not only did I meet the potential apparition of Jesus before Monson died,

But I remember the first time I met Jesus too -----

I didn't mention this story in my book, but in autumn of 2001 I met Jesus as I was walking home from school --- I suspect the man was Jesus because he was a bit glorified, as well as he KNEW me.

How did he know me?  He spoke with an Australian accent (Jesus can drastically change his appearance and all that I think), which is important to note because in my immaturity at that age I was a bit obsessed with Australia.

There are other ways I know this "first meeting" person knew me ----- Jesus had taken aspects of my personality and life and was BEING a magnified version of myself, kind of, for lack of a better word.



Anyway::: I met a car accident victim who I suspected was actually Jesus on the Winter Solstice, then after New Year's Day the LDS Prophet was dead,


and then his daughter printed a story involving Australia and Alberta -----


And yes, I do see how that directly points at me.


I had given up on the church a long time ago. What's going to happen now?


I drink coffee and tea now ---- isn't that still unacceptable to the Mormons?


There was a tme when I was totally "GUNG HO" to serve in the Mormon church. Things went wrong.


And now with the passing of President Monson, the daughter's comments and a supposed holy apparition have reminded me that I am remembered.


Yes --- it is too bad that things went so wrong between me and the church. There are some good things about Mormonism ----- but the local Mormons I was dealing with weren't very helpful or nice.


One thing I distinctly remember is that I stopped wishing ill upon the Mormons::: I gave up on them, but I more or less stopped cursing them. I never prayed for harm to come to Monson.

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