A (Sent) Presentation: What Would Have Taken Place With the Chance:
It was absolute madness – without even considering the following: There is an Order to All, and a Force/Balance which supports All Creation. There are associated Reasons, Rules, and Laws – only known/sustained by God. Thus, God cannot be taken out of the (“Over All”) equation (of Existence). As God says, “Only I have the keys.” Should the presentation have succeeded, every “thing” would have Fallen. The resulting collapse within unimaginable destruction: Eternal Darkness. The result of what would be left – without His Hand: Eternal Chaos (and gnashing of teeth).
What Was Seen
From His eyes, as able to see across and inside the entire span/spectrum of the universe. From His eyes, as able to see past, present, and future. From His eyes, as seeing outside of the physical realm, looking down upon a surface (beyond His private place): God’s view (first, outer) of the final moments: before all light within all creation was swallowed up/reversed upon itself and then returned to (a new) darkness, like into a black hole (after a second Big Bang-type explosion resulted from a total collision). It was the last of flashes. Next (inner): a view of a star with a disrupted orbit – as a corresponding grinding (without support) was heard (metallic, but on a massive scale). And then, God said/reacted within Himself – “My Creation” – entailing the related magnitude of His sadness and loss. It was what would have happened – without a Biblical Fight.
What took place (a War) was to prevent what had never been imagined – until then. What has been taking place, since then, is what was necessary in His plans for Reconciliation of All Terms, based on what had to be done, that there may be a renewed future (freed from any need of Restoration). What is to follow (another War) will fulfill (revelatory) Scripture – and the very Word: “Who [will] open the book?” – “Who will ‘sing a new song’?” – and “Who will see ‘a new heaven and a new earth’?”
Interpretations and reactions relating to an out-of-body/after-death experience in “B.C.” would most likely differ essentially from those in the 21st century. A shared experience: one where (after dying) an individual (I) went up/out (per our cognizance level), and, after fleshly going through dimensions/realms, arrived at the feet of a large (Lincoln Memorial-size) entity sitting on something like a throne. Immediately thereafter, the traveler started to smile, while suddenly feeling an onset: overwhelming senses of cleansing purity – and Home. Then, just before going further, toward what was expected (like it had happened before), he heard a loud voice say “Go Down.” Thoroughly shocked, the individual then fell a long distance (without knowing why), eventually (after earthly clouds) approaching a Lake of Flamesas wide as a StarredCity. And finally, the (spiritual) person held back from screaming – until hitting those flames. What took place afterward could not be remembered upon coming back to (this) life.
In “B.C.” it might have been seen as unrealistic ranting from a nightmarish dream, or even an omen, relative to then-current mythology. To others, it may have been taken as a Vision, like certain stories considered for (and included in) the Bible. Through the 21st century, with distinct knowledge of The New Testament andJesus Christ(as well as contexts relating to “A History of Heaven: Journeys to Heaven”), one could also interpret/react as if the occurrence was actual, and a Gift(though profoundly disturbing) – since (this not being a focus of foretelling) a return (Deliverance) was possible. Most important, there is considerable doubt that the experience by way of an atheist (then or now) would leave him/her denyingGod’s Existence.
[This, initially, took place during childhood (9 years old), and was brought back in my teen years (13?) to re-experience beyond a vision (both spiritually and physically). Not until the early 30s (as other occurrences began to come) did I begin to try and fully grasp the magnitude.]
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