The Final Book of Daniel; An Ancient Angel Awakens
The true autobiographical account and gospel of a ressurected, reincarnated, biblical prophet.
Religious Belief vs. Divine Reality
"Belief" vs. divine reality, by reincarnated, incarnated angel and true prophet Daniel
What do you believe in? How long have you held these beliefs? What is the source of your beliefs? Are you solidified in your beliefs, or open to new or rediscovered truths such as gnosticism from ancient times long hidden from the masses by power-mad clergy and churches, kings and queens?
Chances are if you came across this website or have purchased or are reading the book, you are relatively open-minded, open to the concept of modern revelation and modern prophets and even ready to entertain the concept of an incarnate angel of God, which of course most will not believe at all.
"You've lost your mind! What are you smoking Daniel? Yor influenced by the devil!" Etc. Etc. Etc.
There are, and always will be, however, certain closed-minded people such as religious fundamentalists who will be challenged and angered because the book threatens or challenges the belief systems they may have held all their lives.
Belief is a very touchy subject.
Beliefs and opinions are like spleens: everybody's got one. Truth is also a touchy subject, since some believe there is no absolute truth, while some believe in absolute truth, but acknowledge we as mortals cannot possibly grasp the whole truth. Some actually believe whole-heartedly that they have found truth. Many in the latter category may have studied the Bible or Quran for years, and some become priests, bishops, scribes or book authors, some of whom go on to make millions, or at least have dozens, hundreds or thousands of followers.
You should beware of anyone who claims to have the whole truth, regardless of how appealing the argument, or how well he or she speaks. There are many well-meaning but FALSE teachers out there, so beware.
If you are Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or Hindu, chances are you were either born into the faith, or married into it. Such people, who have been brainwashed with dogma since childhood, have often solidified their beliefs, as it is the only thing they've ever known. (If I were born in Muslim Iran, Pakistan, or Taliban Afghanistan, I would be beheaded shortly: they do not under any circumstances accept modern prophets.)
What do you believe, and why?
Most people’s religious beliefs come from various interpretations of ancient scriptures. If you are Muslim, you are taught that the Quran is the DIRECT, inerrant word of God, Allah, and that Mohammad is his messenger. You are taught to believe without question, and "believe" even if many of the teachings are absurd, and do not intuitively match your advanced views of God, or perceptions of God no longer relevant to the modern era.
If you are born into or are converted into Christianity, you may come to believe the "Holy Bible" is the inerrant word of God, like many fundamentalist evangelical Christians. If you are more reasonable, you will believe certain aspects of the Bible, but take a more "liberal" view. Some take an extremely liberal view of the "Holy Bible" and write most of it off as fairy tales and myths, with no belief in miracles or the supernatural or prophets, an active living God or angels -- both celestial and incarnate -- but still respect some of the wisdom it contains.
As with all religions, there are many different denominations within Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism, many claiming to be the "correct, only path." It can seem confusing to the average spiritual seeker; after all, is one of them right and the remainder wrong? Do the Mormons have it right? The Catholics? The Presbyterians? What about the Sufi branch of Islam, the Sunnis or Shiites? How about Buddhism? Are they all right to a degree? Is there a string of truth that runs through them? Or do you take the view that yours is divine truth only, and the rest, along with all the believers, are "demonic" and their followers going straight to hell?
What about a time in history when there existed NO Bible or Quran, or Bhagavad Gita? What did they do for divine insight, morality and wisdom?
Judaism and Christianity and Islam have not always been around, for they are recent inventions compared to the time humans have been on this planet. Christianity and Islam can technically be considered "cults" by definition, even though most books on cults are written by evangelical, conservative Christians, who of course by way of implication believe they are not following a cult.
What about the ancient writings in scriptures such as the "Holy Bible" or the Quran? Where did the various writers come up with their concept of "God"? Is God monotheistic, or are there really many gods as the Hindus profess? A Trinity? Is Brahma the correct version of God?
Millions of evangelical Christians believe the Bible to be the actual inerrant word of God, despite the numerous contradictions, errors and absurdities. They believe everything written about Jesus, take Biblical prophecy very seriously and believe various concepts such as the rapture, Antichrist, 7-year great tribulation, etc. even though a creful study of the Bible suggests the vast bulk of Biblical prophecy, including Daniel, Mathew 24 and Revelation has already been fulfilled by 70 A.D.
Many take it beyond "belief" and presume it is ABSOLUTE truth. In reality it is nothing more than personal BELIEF. It is my contention that believing in many topics can be damaging, and that studying too much theology or even scriptures can make one go insane.
Most humans have only a limited view of God and a concept of the divine that is primitive, naive or childish at best. Some people are willing to suspend logic and their intuition of the nature of God, and literally worship the Bible or Quran as direct, inerrant words of God. Some are willing to believe because they are blind faith followers, and do so because "everyone else is Christian," or Muslim in their country or neighborhood.
Some Jews believe that "once a Jew, always a Jew." Everyone wants prepackaged truth. We WANT to make order out of chaos, fear and uncertainty.
Many will hold distorted views of revealed scriptures and highly venerate them because they are "old." After all, millions have followed certain scriptures since they were compiled, and there are two billion Christians, one and a half billion Muslims, whose core beliefs are all based on their own interpretation, a priest's or clerics interpretation.
We want to respect and believe what a preacher or priest, church father, monk or cleric says, often because we are not willing to read the scripture with an open mind, skeptically, ourselves, or don't have the time to do so, or feel we should place our beliefs in the authority of someone else's interpretation. Often pastors and church athorities will tell you you are "straying" or being "led astray" by this or that heresy.
We live in a religiously free society in the West. Although there is a lot of friction and conflict between the various religions and sects, chances are you will no longer be burned at the stake for being a witch, stoned to death if you are homosexual or false prophet, or sold into slavery with the backing of the Bible.
Slowly but surely we--and our concept of God--have been evolving. In the past three decades in the West, a time of general tumult and social upheaval, there has been, and will continue to be, more divine light entering our collective belief systems. Archaic tradition and the religion of the common man and its influence are in decline.
For example, in the U.S.A., 72 percent still call themselves mainstream "Christian," a percentage which is declining by 1 percent per year since 1990. It is estimated that in a generation Christianity will be a minority faith in the U.S.A. This is bad news for the collection plate of many churches (it has already happened throughout Europe). Indeed, as I write this, the "Jedi" religion is the fourth largest faith in Australia. And it is based on the fiction movie series, "Star Wars."
May the Force be with you!
In such times of tumult, such as the Brand New Age that is upon us, there are generally two groups, based on how advanced their soul and spiritual growth may be. One group, out of fear and yearning for moral stability, clings to ancient scriptures for guidance, and external "rules" with threatening commandments to live by. This group may be very "religious" and devout, and they indeed are very verbally outspoken and solidified in their beliefs and usually narrow dogma, interpretation, and views of the divine. They often tend to be very politically involved, and believe their belief system should be morally imposed on society through legislation, or even a new theocracy.
These in the U.S.A. are called conservative, protestant evangelical Christians. They make up a large and vocal segment of the population (47 million), and have a tendency to be exclusive in dogma, "we have a handle on absolute truth and morality," fear-based, and often hypocritical, money-hungry, bigoted, and judgmental, unspiritual all while professing to be "loving and tolerant." Many in this group are spiritual children and are spiritual cowards, afraid of modern science, power of God, new revelation, the afterlife, true love, and their own inner selves.
On the other side of the spectrum in these "interesting times" are those who have either evolved beyond narrow interpretations of old revealed scriptures, or change religions throughout their lives, are open-minded to modern insight and revelationand willing to turn inward and engage in true spiritual growth. Many in this group are willing to follow their heart and find truth wherever they may find it. Although many in this group will not dare say so directly, due to intellectual bullying and demonization and persecution by conservative Christians, they can be classified as "New Age."
You can find them in the New Age section of the bookstore, or New Age section of the music store, and in yoga classes at a fitness center or local YMCA. Many are into vegetarianism, Eastern gurus, Buddhism, alternative healing, acupuncture, Near-Death Experiences, psychics, Gnosticism and even modern prophets, sages and gurus such as Deepak Chopra, Edgar Cayce, Sai Baba, Yogananda Parmahansa and 21st century Daniel, an actual incarnate angel and modern prophet.
Although there is virtually no co-ordination or organization of this movement, many ancient beliefs are resurfacing such as reincarnation and karma, instead of "traditional" concepts such as "sin" and "only one life to live" or “hell.” Blessed are those in this group.
If you've been on a years-long internal spiritual path, and are happy with your spiritual growth, do not be frustrated if you feel confused or stagnant in your views of your God, your faith and are always changing beliefs and views of truth, or dealing with irrational fears that crop up from time to time. Don't listen to the demonization by conservative religionists who seem to be afraid of everything under the sun.
It is a duty for an incarnate angel to guide you to the light, which I know I am doing. Again, I'm not really looking to start a "new religion" or cult, nor am I looking for an ego stroke, millions of followers, political office, mortal glory, fame, or riches.
It boils down to "Who can you trust or believe?" Do you trust your local pastor more than me? If so, why? Would you rather "believe" and have respect for, someone who is an ordained priest, or has a Ph.D. in theology, or has attended seminary? Would you "ooh" and "aah" if I wore a suit all the time as Protestants do, or fancy robes as Catholic priests do? I still wear blue jeans and a t-shirt like the average person.
How about other mortal qualifications, such as being a near saint since birth? Or you would you rather listen to one who has broken laws, once acted as an unascendant mortal, made mistakes and sins in his early years, yet transformed himself, overcome self and desires of the flesh, and become a sinless saint, like an ugly duckling turned swan? Truly I tell you, I would listen to one who has learned from his mistakes, tried "everything once" and therefore gained more valuable wisdom than even monks, in their sheltered environment, could ever learn from what life has to offer in a monastery.
There is a reason I became an incarnate angel of God by age 28. I've been around the block and been through every aspect of human drama that is necessary to gain wisdom and knowledge about self, society, human nature and the world, and it didn't come from a book. It even included a few years of homelessness, short stays in jail and dead-end jobs.
If you are wise, you will not judge or condemn others based on past mistakes, or appearances, but instead rejoice in the gospel of divine grace and forgiveness, and the ability to be "born again." My story obviously goes far beyond the standard "born again" experience of many God-believers.
However, Catholics will continue to glorify the Pope, and Protestant churches will fill the pews with money-tithing believers who worship God in big, beautiful churches every Sunday.
Again, whom are you going to believe or trust? Would you believe me more if I quoted the Bible more to you? Or called myself Christian? Or Muslim? Would it make my message more "credible" in your mind? For some it does. Angels are beyond religion and labels.
I could sell many more books, for instance, by writing the "mainstream" view of Biblical prophecy, as many thousand of preachers and book authors do. But I'm not into fiction. The reality is that it mostly has already been fulfilled centuries ago, and has little or nothing to do with our current age, except for the future Day of the Lord.
I could inflict you with guilt-inducing concepts such as "sin" and fear of hell and death, etc. but I will not.
As stated previously, I was homeless on and off and in low-paying dead-end jobs for a decade prior to my awakening in 1999. Worldly-minded folks would ridicule me for this and have little respect for my drifting. I was extremely unambitious as far as mortal concerns go. I didn't go to college, and I chose "lazy" jobs, and lived below the poverty line the whole time.
This was living in the world but not of it. In this search I abandoned family and old negative friends and their unascendant behavior and trivial mind-sets. It is next to impossible to serve the god of wealth and money while growing spiritually. I was much more ambitious, on the other hand, than 99 percent of the population on the planet.
"Huh?" You may ask, how is that possible? What do you mean?
I mean that I was extremely ambitious where it really counts: SPIRITUAL growth toward God realization. Don't let anyone deceive you; this is something more difficult than any mortal pursuit. It took years of intense (but informal) prayer-like meditation, internal struggle and toil. Edgar Cayce said,
"He who conquers self is truly greater than he who were to conquer many worlds."
This is no exaggeration.
Some people always wonder,
"What would Jesus think or do if he were alive today?"
How would you recognize him, and would you believe him if he came along? Well, you need not look further than this author as an example. However I am not "Jesus" of the fabled and exaggerated Gospels. I am the return of Old Testament Daniel, who was in essence the "Christ" of the Old Testament, "endowed with the spirit of the holy gods." (Meaning incarnate angel.) Jesus is not returning in the flesh. He would merely be kicked out of most christian churches, rejected again by his own followers! Or if performing miracles and gaining political power, they would call him “the antichrist.”
In ancient times, a prophet may have gathered disciples, preached loudly in a market or town square, and traveled around Judah and hung around the temple. It should be noted that there have been MANY prophets in ALL cultures, such as ancient and modern India, not just in the Hebrew culture.
Not all prophets wrote down their message. Jesus never wrote anything because he was told in the pre-incarnation not to leave ANY writings. I, on the other hand, have been told to do so, even though, if it were my will, I would not be doing so.
For public record, as revealed by GOD DIRECTLY in Oct. 1999, this author is the promised return of Daniel of the Bible (Daniel 12:13), and now an incarnate angel. There are many titles I could give myself, though, depending on what culture I was raised in. In India I would be perhaps called a Swami and Bodhasittva (with visible wings) because their culture is not well educated in "angels" as we in the Biblically familiar West are. Some wouldn't know what to call me: son of man? Son of God? Prophet? Again it's "belief" and labels and cultural indoctrination.
In person I rarely ever told anyone I was an angel, as people will generally just call you crazy. I never had to do so, since the glory of the wings became visible for all to see with the naked eye. It was precisely because of the (supernatural) wings that people said,
"Oh my God, look, he's an angel!"
To those who were blessed to observe was given overwhelming "proof" that I was an angel. They did not believe, they KNEW, as they were given a glimpse of divine reality.
Now in writing, the individual reaction is different, much different. Understandably, regardless of how sincere, truthful, logical, clear-minded and intelligent the writings are, some will immediately reject it out of hand, as the product of a total nutcase or deluded Internet idiot.
It is admittedly extremely rare, after all, to have a genuine awakened incarnate angel walking the earth, let alone one who writes about his awakening, and on the Internet. I say to such people, "Why WOULDN'T an angel of God share his message on the Internet, or even in "chat rooms."
Most are inclined to postulate,
"Why should I believe in a self-proclaimed angel/prophet/messenger?"
Or another situation of belief is the very concept of a genuine, TRUE, modern prophet, right here in the 21st century. This immediately challenges the ingrained belief systems of readers who comes across my book or website. It often THREATENS their beliefs
They have, for whatever reason, internalized the "belief" that either:
A) any modern prophet is false,
B) divine revelation ended with the Bible or Quran, or,
C) all prophets are not real.
Many "Bible believers" ignore Paul's declaration that prophecy is the greatest of all gifts and should be sought after (and therefore listened to) and that divine revelation did not end with the compilation of the Bible as it stands today.
When Jesus warned his followers,
"beware of false prophets..." he did NOT mean "reject all prophets" after the bible! In fact, according to the bible, Jesus said to his critics,
"Therefore I send you prophets, some of whome you will kill in your synagogues."
Many who are in this category will take the Bible far more seriously than I in the modern era, even though I am included in the Bible in a prior incarnation! Another fallacy is that I should believe most or all of the material contained within the "Holy Bible" just because I am in it, and also discard treasures such as the Eastern Upanishads or Bhagavad Gita (which is the diamond of all scriptures!).
As for Muhammad, who declared he was the "LAST PROPHET," here's how I get around it: I came BEFORE Muhammad, just reincarnated in every conceivable way in the here and now, in the 21 century. One of my best supporters is Muslim, but she is outgrowing such declarations, because she correctly and intuitively KNOWS you cannot package God, and that God reveals to all generations. In other words, Muhammad made a glaringly false statement.
But this again raises the concept of what you are going to believe in. Most mainstream Christians, Catholics and Muslims do not believe in reincarnation. New Age teachings, early Christians, Edgar Cayce, Jesus, the Gnostics, Sufis, Hindus, Buddhists, and the modern revelation of Near-Death Experiences all support the divine reality of reincarnation. As a modern prophet I am also telling you reincarnation is real. This doesn't mean I have all the answers to the mechanics of reincarnation, however.
If it were not for a direct revelation of "hell" or lake of fire which I witnessed in 2000 by being transported there by another angel, for instance, I would probably be telling you today that hell doesn't exist. This is not a "personal belief," it is instead a divine truth. There ARE hellish realms.
However, just because I witnessed the Lake of Fire does not mean I buy into all the Biblical references to it. The Bible is NOT my ultimate source for divine truth. Why would any true prophet and angel do so, when you can get it directly from the source? Why should an angel of God have "beliefs" and "opinions?"
Isn't an angel a messenger of divine reality? Now, one may argue that I am "only" an angel and therefore not omniscient as God is. This is true, because an incarnate angel must either get his wisdom and insights through divine "visions" or visitation. I never, as an angel, "believed" in the Day of the Lord, even after reading Biblical references to it, as it seemed like too far-out a concept to accept. Only until I was PHYSICALLY transported into the future by a massive and glorious angel was I able to discern this as a divine truth. But it beats me as to WHEN it will happen. I only speculate it will be "within my lifetime," but I am not sure; only God knows.
Which brings me to "God." It is said that 96 percent of the world's population believes in God, the divine, or a "higher power" to some degree or the other. There are many different names we mortals have been given, such as Yahweh, Father, I AM That I AM, Brahma, Allah, etc. To be honest, as an angel, I cannot tell you any one is correct, since no "new" or correct name for God has been given to me; therefore in writing I just use the generic "God" because most readers will know what I mean. Try this one on for size: The correct name for God is simply, "Me."
Now, there are people who do not believe in God at all, because there is no empirical, scientific "proof" of God. Some atheists are of the opinion, moreover, that there is no heaven, hell, spirits, souls, Jesus, and that ALL prophets are simply insane or false; "God is dead!"
Many in this group are smug in their non-beliefs, believing they are "beyond all that superstition." In fact, I'm still in shock that a human angelification could have happened to such a person as me. I was a hard-core agnostic with atheistic leanings, with a rational, scientific outlook, never brainwashed or influenced by any particular faith, philosophy or dogma.
If you told me a few years ago that one day I would soon become an extreme God believer AND modern prophet with a large, scripture-quality book AND an actual, full-blown embodied angel of God, I would have called YOU crazy.
I have still never heard of anyone capable of displaying the visible wings (transfiguring) to complete strangers as happened to me from 1999 to 2003. Moses, Jesus, Muhammad, etc. did not have visible wings, and no mortal in the Bible was called "an angel" (although some speculate Jesus was the angel Michael). So I am telling you as divine truth that those beautiful paintings and statues of angels with wings are not fabrications of the imaginations of religious freaks. It's all real!
There is no "proof" of Jesus, God, gods, nor is there scientific “proof” of the afterlife. Therefore this is where modern revelation comes in. By nature you HAVE to have a degree of faith in what you believe; you can't have "scientific proof" for everything! God invented science, and maybe one day, God WILL be proven, but we are a long way from such a reality.
Now, I'm telling you to think and come to conclusions like a scientific-minded angel, and not like a blind-faith follower or Bible worshipper. I have refused to offer "proof" in the form of pictures of the wings, or "miracles" performed for critics and skeptics, as a true angel with dignity does not feel he has to "prove" himself, since words, deeds, and fruits are sufficient.
This is why a level of FAITH and trust in me, the God I've discovered, and my story is required. I even go further to say that ALL of you will eventually come to similar divine conclusions yourself, in this lifetime, in the afterlife where you can read the Books of Life/Akashic records, or in another lifetime where you burn off all karma, overcome the world and flesh, attain to perfection and experience a glorious kundalini awakening when all the chakras become purified and open up and you experience the power and glory of God for yourself, directly, and obtain the personal proof you desire.
The oft-quoted and misinterpreted quote from "Jesus" in the Gospel of John, "I am the way, the truth and the life" is presumed to mean by millions of Christians that "Jesus" is the only way to "Heaven," when in fact it merely means that the EXAMPLE and teachings and CHRIST-CONSCIOUSNESS that was manifest in "Jesus" is the "only" way to the living light and Way to God while STILL living in the flesh. It was not a reference to the afterlife, my friends.
This is why some find it confusing, because Buddha claimed something similar, but Buddha, unfortunately, left out the concept of God, in protest, apparently, to Vedic priests at the time. Some, in misguided zeal, will violently oppose me in the present incarnation. I love and do not judge their souls, even though they may be deemed as "enemies;" after all, it is wisdom to love even your enemies.
I do not threaten unbelievers to hell and damnation, as many Muslims and Christians do. That only turns people away from God and sets another nail in the coffin for organized religion. There should be no compulsion in religion.
Some, admittedly a minority, will accept what I have written as truth, and will find themselves enlightened and divinely educated as a result. Do you trust me and have an inkling of faith? There's nothing more I love than Truth and the whole POINT of being a prophet is to proclaim the Truth.
I've also worded the book so that you must read the entire writing to get a clue, and also so that quoting out of context by future "followers" will be difficult. The danger I run into is that of my book not reaching the masses and therefore remaining in obscurity. If it ever became a best seller, it would be after I've ascended/died.
I've regularly visited religious chat rooms sice the year 2005, with the hopes of observing human nature, learning more about others' beliefs and reactions to each other. Many respect each other's differences in viewpoints and debate over topics ranging from A to Z, but like anyone who has a solidified belief, egos, pride, intolerance and self-righteousness cause much trouble.
Did you know there is a level in hellish realms where certain people become trapped with others of like mind, perpetually assaulting each other over this or that theological point? In one chat room I frequented, I gradually and carefully broke the news that I am an angel and prophet. In some rooms I will enter, and flat out tell them I'm an angel of God. You can guess what the reaction is! It is to be naturally understandable, as there are a lot of Internet flakes out there. But occasionally I get someone genuinely interested, so it makes it worthwhile. But the reality is that such "cold call sells" only result in ridicule and personal attacks, and sometimes with such viciousness that it hurts my sensitive heart. You need thick skin to be a prophet.
Chat rooms are generally hostile to people of differing beliefs, and you get a lot of bickering, name-calling, belittling, preaching, and what we call "fundies." Some have beliefs that there is no afterlife, or if there is, we can only speculate; therefore they take a "wait and see," blind approach to the hereafter. Well, I have had two Near-Death Experiences and have read 400 NDEs in books and on the Internet.
Some people are so willing to discard the fabulous revelations of the NDE as "hallucinations," dreams or products of the imagination, or “delusions” of a dying brain, etc. They will dismiss the profound insights into life, God, reincarnation, soul survival, etc. based on realities such as what you believe prior to your Near-Death Experience will shape the feedback of your experience, or that because we can determine the region of the brain which initiates an NDE, it must be dismissed.
While it is technically true that we do not have actual "proof" of the God and soul survival that occurs in the NDE, there is currently overwhelming SCIENTIFIC evidence for soul survival. Some religious folks dismiss the NDE claiming that even though admittedly real, it is a vision of a deceitful "Satan" that reveals himself as an angel of light.
I'm telling you as an experiencer of at least two NDEs, that they are not hallucinations, etc, and are in fact the closest thing to "proof" of the afterlife and revelation of divine reality we have in the modern era. Calling the God or angels or the Jesus of Near Death Experiences "Satan" borderlines on blaphecmy! But again, many dismiss it because it is a seemingly "NEW" phenomenon. Some dismiss it because the God (or Jesus) of the NDE doesn't care what your professed belief or theology consists of, and contradicts their biblical interpretation.
The NDE is divine revelation in its purest sense. Some are much more willing to "believe" the lofty revelation of the NDE than others. After reading hundreds of NDE accounts, which I consider much more important than what little is written in the Bible or Quran about the afterlife, I have come to some simple conclusions.
The "fire and brimstone" types are radically disappointed that so very few NDE'ers truly experience a hellish vision (only 10 or so percent), and that it is temporary! Only two percent suffer a truly frightening hell experience from which they feel there is no “return.”
Moreover, there are many levels and types of hellish realms and heavenly realms. The divine reality I teach is universal salvation. And it has nothing to do with the "blood Jesus shed on the cross" and heaven is not limited to "Christians only," or to "Muslims only," etc.
It seems the misguided view most Christian preachers spread of "original sin" and the doctrine that ALL humans are sinning and destined to hell as the "natural" default destination in the afterlife (without Jesus) is downright FALSE, yet millions wholeheartedly believe it. Furthermore, many of the religious views of morality, and modern-day issues such as abortion, fate of suicides, and views of homosexuality are also divinely incorrect.
Case in point, I've read many NDEs of women who have had abortions, yet their NDEs were as pleasurable and non-judgmental as any other. They did not receive the perception from the Light of God they met condemned them as "murderers."
Another point hotly debated is when the soul enters the fetus. Some firmly "believe" that the soul enters at conception. The revelation given by Edgar Cayce is that an incoming soul "hovers" around the fetus starting anywhere from three months after conception to a few days after birth.
But it was also revealed that an abortion merely causes the incoming soul to experience and "try for" another incarnation in a different mother. My own mother had an abortion, and I do not view her as a selfish murderer, even though it would have been "cool" to have another sibling.
The NDE also reveals that God doesn't care even a little bit as to whether you masturbate or engage in homosexual behavior. I do not judge homosexuals harshly, as I know God created most of them that way; their brains are wired for it. Scientific studies of the brains of many homosexuals has demonstrated this. Therefore you can be harsh, judgmental, condemnatory and bigoted and "believe" homosexuality is a "sin," because there are a few passages from Moses and Paul in the Bible that say so, or you can be more "liberal," open-minded, understanding and respect homosexuals and love them as God does, as I do, and as Jesus would do if he were in the 21st century, and importantly consider what the God of the NDE reveals about homosexuals.
My brother committed suicide in 1994. It is the act of ultimate selfishness.
Most religious types view suicide as a mortal sin, with an automatic one-way ticket to burn forever in hell. Although I was not really a God believer when my brother committed suicide, it bothered me for some time.
I simply cannot believe he is in Hell.
The NDE reveals that suicides are less transcendent and glorious than most NDEs, and they experience hellish-type experiences slightly more than the average NDE experiencer. But MOST experience heavenly realms upon death.
It is my contention as a prophet that people who are a burden to others, to society, whether it be in old age or in terminal illness and similar situation, should be able to have doctor-assisted suicide performed, IF the patient is of sound mind, and he or she believes it's the best thing.
The divine reality is that it is generally not a good thing to commit suicide and it is not the “way out” of a difficult life situation. While most suicides will indeed enter heavenly realms upon death, for most of them they will shortly reincarnate and have to RE-LIVE the same troubles that led to their first suicide, and this time they will have to overcome the problems themselves. Life was never meant to be easy on the earth plane. Therefore don't play victim or engage in self-pity.
Again, as an angel, I'm here to guide as many to the light and true divine reality as possible. It is also a priority that I set you free from archaic views of God and religion.
"The truth shall set you free."
Among many things it is to set you free from fear of death, God, Hell and yourself. You can believe the Bible, your local priest or Pope, etc., or you can pay attention to and have "belief" in what an incarnate angel has to reveal.
No one has EVER seen Satan as portrayed in the NT, as a formidable threat and entity opposed to God. It is merely an invention by over-zealous NT writers, which they used as a scapegoat for their persecutions and troubles. In the 400 NDE's I've read, not ONE experiencer has seen a supposed devil.
This is also one theological myth you must outgrow if you are to be enlightened. Instead of saying "Satan made me do it," take responsibility for yourself, turn inward and deal with twisted attitudes of self and God. God is not "separate" from you, he is omnipresent, remember? That includes within you!
Jesus of the bible stated,
":The kingdom of God is within you."
He was not talking about some political system!
I hope this will make you think about your own "beliefs" and where they originated from, why some are futile to believe in, and in many cases a WASTE OF TIME! You must be spiritually EFFICIENT and discerning in what you believe or choose to discard. Above all, believe in yourself, because as declared in Psalms and repeated by Jesus in John's Gospel,
"Ye are gods."
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Daniel's "Messianic" sollution where YOU can participate with others together in regular, synchronized prayers for world peace and spiritual ascension for year 2012 related issues:Final Book of Daniel is FREE, totally "not-for-profit," and welcomes your financial support. Click HERE to visit the donations page to see "how" and "why" and how you will be guaranteed blessings for yourself, loved ones and for earth from Above.
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