Epiphany: Visions and Tides

“And I, Daniel, alone saw the vision.” “[A]nd when I heard the voice of his words, then was I in a deep sleep . . ., and my face toward the ground.”


Imagine a vision (beyond sight/also tangibly experienced – where both present and past entities exist): A shining, robed group comes together in a subterranean area. As if taken there, one at the back of the gathering watches and listens. While the others stand over an alabaster casket with a hallowed form, they say “The secrets of John the Baptist are within this White Cross.” Thereafter, it was opened, and something could be heard (from beyond them): “The contents reveal to be . . . .”
Next, Christ’s followers are searching on hillsides (after the resurrection), exclaiming “Jesus, Jesus” – in the air of “Where are you?” At the same time, but across from the latter, now as one traveling on a path among a small crowd of further followers, [he] relives looking just behind on a recent walk to glimpse at who was hidden, and sharing glances. Then, with a related yet distinctly different turmoil than the searchers, [he] said to another “I knew that it was Him. He told me not to say who He was.”


4 Responses to Epiphany: Visions and Tides

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  2. SeaClearly says:

    Caitlin Johnstone absolutely stands out with her written works as activism. However, as an atheist in this area, “true spirituality,” it/she will always fall far short of beginning to touch upon the (actual) reality of Spirit (holy or otherwise). Why? If one “preaches” about truth wherein the author/speaker/writer has no experience, how much moving validity would be forthcoming for the audience? Example: Denigrating and equating Jesus Christ’s teachings with the Davos assemblies exposes a total lack of learned awareness and literally experienced relativity within, as opposed to what is known, as facts, by Christian readers. Whom would we prefer to listen to and/or follow? One who has (actually) lived corresponding subjects? Or, one who criticizes matters from only having read about them – where believing in any core precepts was never even considered as an opening? The latter leads to a further sharing of blindness. Whereas, the former leads to further growth of overall possibilities (within and without).

    Epiphany: Visions and Tides

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