Category: Holy Mother Church

I Dream of Jesus

I had a dream of Jesus last night. I’m used to receiving divine dreams. They come whenever they come. I’m in seminary now and it still is scary for me. Anyway, I dreamed that a young blond headed man was sitting at a table with seven of the […]

America the Great

America the Great has fallen.  She is an idolatrous harlot.  She has worshiped the false gods and demons.  She will suffer in the darkness of her own making.  None will save her and the dogs will lap from the dark bounty from her spread legs.  Darkness falls and any who hope […]

An Indelible Mark

An ancient myth details the journey of our souls to this Earth.  It is at that moment of our conception, our souls are created.  At that very moment, God kisses our souls and the kiss leaves an indelible mark. In the journey through life from the moment of […]

I see Jesus.

When it first occurred to me that I should be searching for Jesus, it didn’t really occur to me that something else was happening, or had already happened.  And so it was that I sought Jesus.  I looked for Jesus.  And when I saw Jesus, it was then […]

Returning

I am returning to the seminary in January.  I spent the last year or more doing some heavy duty soul-searching and healing from my past with professionals from the VA.  I am hoping that the cleansing will give me a place to be safe and to see reality […]

Choices and Changes

I ponder upon the choices and changes I make in my life.  Back in the 1990s, I was exposed to the idea that if I make an incorrect choice, I can easily change that decision to something else.  I imagine that all sentient life could do that as […]

A Quiet Monism

When I find myself becoming subject to delusions of God and such, I always question the interior of my cranial space. There is a book that really helps me limit the impact of such imaginary things my lovely brain can come up with. The book “The Believing Brain” […]