Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name. Revelation 3:12
Easter 2014: How many millions have watched “paranormal” shows and, aside from the predominant fluff, seen indisputable proof of afer-lives/ongoing existence in other planes? How many millions have heard/watched “mediums” speaking the words of those “passed on” and knew, “My God, that was real”? How few have realized from the latter/former that what was witnessed/experienced, positively, could open avenues toward understanding, and eventually accepting, realities of Spirit? Accepting may be first, in steps. Understanding may be first. The aspects may work together as a coinciding wonder. In whatever singular or combined path (of/for purity), getting to that initial door is of a highest magnitude – for one to receive ongoing keys.
Further, though there is and was crucial Truth to Jesus Christ literally returning to be among His people for forty days, what if, just for an openings’ sake, one took time to correspond “medium-type” occurrences (back then), at least as possibilities in some instances of those passages? Could Jesus have spoken through Mary Magdalene in such a way that the Apostles had no doubt where and of who it was coming? Maybe she was “gifted” in that way – collective to being especially chosen? As in Acts 2:2, could Peter, and all of them (including various scribes and followers) have had experiences so overwhelming that certain doors of Truth were opened forever? Regarding “paranormal” relations (again for openings’ sake), what more may Mary and the rest have seen/witnessed after His death? What events were so powerful, which, after all the previous miracles, moved them to seek to move all others with such absolute fervor and confidence?