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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Three Descriptions of Eternity

1. The Reptilian version

For years, Laura Knight-Jadczyk met with friends on Friday nights. They were interested in the paranormal and felt that they might be alien abductees. They put their hands lightly on the planchette of the Ouija Board and took notes on what the spirits had to say. Most of it they didn't take seriously, but one day an entity showed up calling itself a Cassiopeaen. This entity had much to say about alien abductions, especially about a group called the Orions, a "Service to Self" group often called Reptilians, or in slang, Lizards or Lizzies. According to the Cassiopaeans, the Lizards plan to supplant humans in time. Here is a sample of information attained in those interviews:
Q. Bob Lazar referred to the fact that aliens supposedly refer to humans as containers. What does this mean?
A. All are containers; 94 percent will be used.
Q. (L) Used for what?
A. Consumption.
Q. (L) What do you mean by "consumption?" You mean eaten?
A. Total consumption. Consumed for ingredients.
Q. Ingredients for what?
A. New race. Important. 13 years approximately when project will be finished.
Q. (L) Why are humans consumed?
A. They are used for parts.
Q. (L) We don't understand. How can humans be used for parts?
A. Reprototype. The Vats exist. Missing persons often go there and especially missing children (The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities, and the Process of Alien Abduction, by Knight-Jadczyk, p. 276). Later in the book the entity explains that slicing humans is the best way to feed because they agony of death enhances the experience. The Cassiopaeans, of course, are Service to Other entities and want to help humans escape their doom.

Laura was horrified at what the Cassiopaean was telling her. Her response was:
Q. (L) Okay, we are having these lessons. You have told us what is going on. We see it going on around us. I am convinced that what you have said is so from a LOT of other circumstantial evidence as well as the research of others who have come to the same conclusions and, DAMN IT, IT'S UGLY! DO YOU UNDERSTAND ME?! IT's UGLY!
A. That is your perception.

By the way, the Cassiopaean twice advised reading of the Bible (pp. 247, 248). Regarding my last post about shamanism ala Michael Harner, the entity was asked if Jesus believed in animal spirits or totems. The answer was no. As for shamanism itself, the spirit claimed that it was "Lizard inspired" (p. 280). Meaning, it's a Reptilian construction, surely not in our best interest. Please understand, I am not repeating these statements as a means of advocating the use of Ouija Boards. I am not! Nor does anyone have to believe that Knight-Jadczyk is a paragon of truth or that the entity to whom she speaks is the only aetheric Source in the history of mankind that is passing on the Truth to us. I'm just pointing out what's out there. The remedy, according to the Cassiopaean entity, is knowledge because one can put up a psychic defense and confuse the enemy. But...if you are not a reader or are not prepared with the proper knowledge...a Vat awaits. You are literally a prisoner, 'dead meat.'

2. A man who left his Christian wife because he would not accept Jesus

This man collapsed in a hospital with a "widowmaker" heart attack. He in fact did die. The ER personnel worked on him for 40 minutes. A heart specialist named Chauncey Crandall walked and pronounced the man dead. His lips, toes, and fingers and toes were "black with death," and he had been flatlined for some time. Papers were drawn up for the morgue. As Dr. Crandall left the room, a strong impression came upon him to turn around and pray for the man. He did so. He called him back from death in the name of Jesus to give him one more chance to get his heart right with God. He ordered another doctor to hit Jeff Markin with the paddles one more time. When this was done, Markin's heart began to beat with a strong and normal rhythm. Medical personnel who knew about the incident were horrified, because even if this improbable, frankensteinish thing really happened, the man would be a vegetable. But he wasn't. Markin totally returned to normal living. You can read about this incident in Raising the Dead: A Doctor Encounters the Miraculous, by Chauncey W. Crandall, IV. You can also find the story on

Later, Dr. Crandall asked Markin what he experienced while he was dead. He said he was terribly disappointed. He was alone in a dark room. He saw his casket. No one came to visit. He was there for all eternity, and at the end of it all, some men came in, wrapped up his body, and threw it into the trash. Crandall led Markin to Christ at that point. Crandall had already shared his story with a friend who was a banker, who shared it with his wife, who worked at a Christian school. She shared it with a coworker there. That coworker declared, "Do you know who that man is? He's my ex-husband. Twenty years ago he left me and our two children because I accepted the Lord as Savior. I was going the way of Jesus, and he decided he didn't want that and left the family. For twenty years I've been praying for his salvation" (p. 190).

3. The Christian experience

Dr. Crandall well knew the meaning of suffering and loss. After a long battle and much prayer, his beloved son Chad died of leukemia. The young man died in peace, with full expectation of a blissful eternity. He had already seen Jesus in a vision and had no doubts or fears. About the time of his death, a woman known for her influential prayers saw a vision of Chad. He was dressed in white sports clothes, sitting on a mountain overlook. "I saw the boy you've been praying for. He was talking with the Lord. The Lord asked him what he wanted to do. Did he want to come home with the Lord or go back?" Chad chose to stay (p. 137).

Since those days, Crandall has had many experiences of laying hands on the sick in the name of Jesus and seeing them be healed. Some do not get healed, but others have breath-taking recoveries. The thing that he emphasizes is that he is not the miracle worker. Jesus is the healer, and the greatest miracle is when people are freed from personal darkness and bondage.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Did a Western Shaman See the Fall of Satan?

Michael Harner, Ph.D., author of The Way of the Shaman, learned the craft of the shaman from some of the remotest tribes on the globe. No adventurer ever trekked further or sought more diligently the hidden secrets of the spirit world. For Harner, the purpose of shamanism is to help people who are bound and diseased by the intrusion of negative energy and spirits. A person needs power to combat these dark forces of nature. That power often comes from the spirit of a power animal, which has left the patient and has returned to its abode in Lower World. The shaman's job is to attain a shaman state of consciousness (SSC), with or without drugs, to leave the physical body, to combat or avoid the malicious spirits in the portal-tunnel (they may appear as fanged spiders or vipers, etc.), to recognize the appropriate spirit animal, to grab it securely so it can't bolt away, and bring it to the ailing participant. To be able to do so, of course, the shaman must have already gone to Lower World, via to the remote jungles of South America, or the deserts of the U.S., or some other place where master shamans abide. Through dangerous rituals that carry a risk of madness or death, the shaman-to-be acquires various spirits called tsentsak to serve and protect him/her. So the shaman must be power-full as he/she ministers to the ill. The shaman may suck the illness out of the person and blow it into a pot. He then blows the power animal into the chest of the patient, restoring their own power and protection. This is all done in darkness, perhaps to better maintain the proper state of consciousness. It may sound loony to our modern ears, but the shamans declare that it works. In the pursuit of this activity, I have to assume that the shaman believes that the spirits acquired will remain benevolent. Even though they may appear as a plant, human, or animal (or all three), their ability to shape-shift and affect the physical reality of our world will allegedly not be abused. These tsentsak are morally neutral and will heal or kill according to the wish of the shaman. The creed seems to be that they were placed in Lower World to be retrieved and pressed into service of living, mortal humans by a benevolent universe that knew we would need extra help now and then. Harner assures the reader that the shaman possesses the spirits; the spirits do not possess the shaman. They need to be exercised, not exorcised (p. 68). We hope that Harner is right, because if he is not, he is leading his disciples to hell and back with tagalong entities that certainly do want to possess them. To prepare for his first encounter with the spirits of Lower World, Harner drank some ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic drug. He saw something "like a huge fun house, a supernatural carnival of demons. In the midst of it all, he saw a huge crocodilian head, out of which gushed a flood of water. Then he saw two boats approach. They joined into one, with a dragon-headed prow, rowed by humans with blue jay heads. He began to physically die and his soul essence began to be gathered to the boat. In spite of the lovely music he heard, giant reptilian creatures "told" him that since he was dying, he would be shown secrets. He saw the Earth as it was eons ago. Black specks rained down onto the primordial scene. The specks were black, shiny entities with pterodactyl-like wings and bodies like whales. They had come to earth from outer space to escape their enemy. They claimed to have created life to disguise their presence here. They claimed to be the masters of humanity, and since we were their servants, they were able to speak to him from within himself. When Harner related his vision to an old shaman, about how the bat-like animals claimed to be masters of the universe, the shaman smiled and said, "Oh, they're always saying that. But they are only the Masters of Outer Darkness." So the little bats were prone to exaggeration. Harner then presented the tale to two missionaries up the river from his location in the Peruvian Andes. They pointed him to two verses in the biblical Book of Revelation, chapter 12. Harner only mentions vv. 7-9 and 15 because those verses affirm exactly what he saw. But the fact is, the chapter names the serpent as Satan. His tail swept away a third of the stars (former angels) and hurled them to the earth. There was a war in heaven resulting in Satan and his followers being cast to earth (7-9). A child is born in the chapter, which can be none other than Jesus Christ. Harner never mentions Christ or Michael the prince of angels in his book. Satan casts a flood of water out of his mouth (v. 15) to destroy the woman who gave birth to the child, but the earth thwarted Satan by helping the woman. Satan then makes war on the rest of her seed, "those who keep the commandments of God and have the testimony about Jesus." Not only is Satan shown as cast out of God's heaven (into Outer Darkness), he is described as an entity who "deceives the whole world." Harner's vision is amazing, but like so many masters of the paranormal, he cherry picks the Bible and sees only what he wants to see. He obviously came within a hair of death in his drugged state. He saw the demons that were in process of taking his soul. He pulled back because he realized that he didn't belong with them and they might be evil. Some other intrepid experimenter may not be able to whisper, "Medicine!" in time. The reality of a great, crocodilian beast as described in Revelation 12 became part of Harner's new experiential knowledge. But the implication that Christ must then also exist didn't seem to phase him. The suggestion that Satan may dwell in Lower World, that the bat creatures lie about who they are, that he even admits that they desire to dwell in human flesh, that he almost died and went to hell, etc....these dots are not connected by Harner. He seems to think that because he lived, he overcame these beasts and they will have no further hold on him. We, gentle reader, should do ourselves a favor and connect the dots that Harner ignores. If his story is true, those who do NOT have the testimony of Jesus may spend eternity with the bat creatures in Lower World.