- Oct 2, 2017
Thanks for the heads up. For a while there I thought "A Freeman" might've mistook his ego for God. Hey, I'll read anything that might be a source for Truth. So, spew ahead Freeman, I'll let you know if I think it makes sense or not, for what that's worth.Just in case any newbies read this:
A.Freeman is disciple of Jahtruth, the cult leader called John Anthony Hill or Anthony John Hill. He was shown many times by myself and other Christians in the past what a fruitloop JAHtruth was, but he is determined to remain a follower. JAH convinced himself he was Jesus reincarnated, and blended the bible and the (incompatible theologically) Quran with British Israelism and a touch of UFOlogy.
A.Freeman is quoting from a book done via automatic writing. The wording is very similar in style to a long diary of messages delivered at a spiritist meetings done over several years. (YES, I really was stupid enough to skim through this type of book, now over a decade ago. I have repented of doing this as well.)
The husband was trying to contact his dead wife. The message channelled quickly changed from generalised waffle about Heaven and loved ones, to pseudo-Christian ramblings that got progressively darker and darker.
Words and phrases like "channel" and "the other side" were never used by Jesus or the apostles. Jesus never spoke in generalities or romantic-mystic sounding language either. Jesus' messages were clearer than noonday sun. 'God calling' and similar books are as clear as mud.
Proof of source:
April 16 https://www.twolisteners.org/?p=8093
Proof of anti-Christian background:
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