New Jesus - mark my words

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: December 27, 2011, 07:24:36 AM
SimPattyK, sorry, I was referring to the video link you posted near the top of the page before this at :28.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wb-M8vmNEL4&feature=player_embedded



I also liked the video on MJ and the blue light! Amazing!



"new" children reminds me of the poem I just posted randomly  :oops:    on a Christmas discussion.

http://www.michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/smf2.0/index.php?topic=5167.msg380554#msg380554
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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: December 27, 2011, 03:00:21 PM
SimPattyK, just a question, in the board room where Tom Sneddon enters, there are those 6 or 7 books/notepads on the table. Is it just me or do they sort of look like Act 1, etc.? Anybody?
Ok, now I see what you meant... You were referring at these ones?
I don't know...it's not really clear what it says on them....




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I also liked the video on MJ and the blue light! Amazing!
"new" children reminds me of the poem I just posted randomly  :oops:    on a Christmas discussion. http://www.michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/smf2.0/index.php?topic=5167.msg380554#msg380554

To me ...the autism, "new children" things also makes me think about Elvis' movie "Change of habit" and this particular scene where the clear message is "HEAL with LOVE" ! ;)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgxFbh80KyA[/youtube]

About LOVE and HEALING the world.... just like Michael's dream, I find very interesting this passage from this site: http://www.elvispresleypedia.com/behind/healings.htm

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Larry Geller - He had a special affinity with the color blue in his personal life and his healings and his career was also associated with it, long before he knew about the blue light that had surrounded his birth. One of his first songs was Blue River, Indescribably Blue, Blueberry Hill, Mean Woman Blues, Blue Moon, Milk Cow Blues Boogie, A Mess of Blues, Something Blue, Steamroller Blues and When my Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again. His last album was Moody Blue and the last song he played at the piano at Graceland. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain.

[size=14]Elvis speaking to a group of young people at his home in the 1960s: "The Light is representative of the sum total of all knowledge. From eons ago, it is held in some vast storage center and is given out to us in small lots, each lot equal to our understanding as we progress and strive mentally and spiritually. Some of us never do progress and so we share little of that knowledge--others strive for education and growth and get more. Some--few, are born ready to receive the knowledge, yearn for it and wish wholeheartedly to obtain it."[/size]

Elvis firmly believed he had the powers of psychic healing by the laying on of hands. He believed he would be reincarnated. He believed he had the strength of will to move clouds in the air, and he was also convinced that there are beings on other planets. He firmly believed he was a prophet who was destined to lead, designated by God for a special role in Life.

Through Elvis’ unconditional love of all peoples, he opened wide the door of his heart to the emotionally troubled and physically afflicted. As a result, those who had been given more than their share of rejection from others, flocked to his performances and often waited for him patiently outside his home. Even today, 20 years after his passing, many wheelchairs can be seen at the annual candlelight service at Graceland. He did not respond to these special ones with pity, nor did he interact with them through condescension. I have seen him enfold people in his arms who were in obvious emotional need; some physically marred, others only broken inside. Many were women who were quite homely. His communion with them was natural, and not self-conscious. He did not reach down to them, but across to them. As in the song he sang, "like a bridge over troubled water, I will lay me down."
When I looked into Elvis’ eyes, as he extended his hands from stage side to those in need of him, I saw a reflection of their pain, and knowledge of their sorrow. Deep within this beautiful creature was a living wound. It had not come to pass solely from this life experience. Those more aware and caring human beings on the planet such as Elvis, do not hold themselves as separate from the misery of the world. This was what I saw in the pools of blue Light coming from Elvis’ eyes - it was the suffering of the world, but also, ever so much as brightly, the hope of the world.

Like the Unicorn, Elvis was a rare creature of air and Light, drawn to the lap of Grace, only to find his captors not far behind. We see this symbol in the tapestries and paintings of old, where the Unicorn lies its head in the lap of the maiden, and in a later scene, he is struggling in vain against the cruel ropes and snares of his attackers. These are men who would kill him and take his precious horn, which is a symbol of his strength and beauty, as their own. Yet even with the implicit threat of his own demise crowding near, Elvis shimmering in white like the flank of a Unicorn, would kneel before the seeking hands allowing them to grasp and often tear his very flesh in their ardent desire to touch the ‘sacred creature’ they unconsciously felt concealed within him, and consequently which they knew subconsciously existed within themselves as well.

And what of the touch? Was it mere illusion, a form of desire turned bitter once quelled? What I saw and experienced was not illusion, nor did it dissipate when the curtains closed and he was gone from us once again. The magic remained as a dew upon the air. It seemed to linger in every corner of the showroom or coliseum, and it clung to the people as they left the building. It was tangible, it was real. It was a touch of Grace that left an indelible mark on us all. And for some, it would be a touch that healed.

 There were stories of both physical and emotional healings. Some of these healings resulted from the actual touch of Elvis’ hands and lips upon them, but many occurred by simply having been in his presence; and it did not end there. Souls around the world were, and still are being healed by Elvis in various ways, without ever having been near him.
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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: December 27, 2011, 09:24:26 PM
MERRY blue CHRISTMAS to you ,SimPattyK  :)  bearhug !!!!

Elvis Presley - Blue Christmas
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=el6VP50ALjU[/youtube]
OhhhI just noticed your message!
Thank you dear!  ;))
I hope you also spent a nice Christmas and I wish a hAPPY nEW yEAR!
KISSSSS & HUGS  bearhug

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: December 27, 2011, 11:32:14 PM
I don’t believe it was a coincidence that Michael was named Michael, that he was the 7th child, that he was born on a street that bore his family’s name; that he was raised a Jehovah’s Witness, that he even as a small child, loved and cared naturally for children, no coincidences there either.  I don’t believe anything that happened in his life, especially in his formative years, was coincidence. 

It was foretold 700 years prior to Jesus’ birth that he would be born in Bethlehem.  According to the gospel of Luke, Mary and Joseph were in Nazareth nearing the time of the birth of Jesus, and a greedy king who wanted to impose a tax on all the residents ordered them to leave.  In order for him to get a correct account of residents, he demanded that all non citizens return to their ancestral homes.  So Mary and Joseph went on their way and ended up where it was prophesized that the Messiah would be born, which has me feeling that it was certain destiny that Joe and Katherine would be led for what ever reason to their own Bethlehem where Michael, a godsend in his own right, would be born.  It gives me chills to know that a child bearing the very same name as the street on which he was born grew up to be the most beloved human being that ever lived.  It’s like history being revisited and retold for a new generation of believers.  Be as it is, that street, that little house, will forever be a special place because it’s where Michael Jackson was born.  It’s name heralded his coming and certain destiny led them straight to it. 2300 Jackson Streetsymbolizes in every aspect our modern day Bethlehem.
"Don't stop this child, He's the father of man
Don't cross his way, He's part of the plan
I am that child, but so are you
You've just forgotten, Just lost the clue.”

MJ "Magical Child"
Still Rocking my World…
   and leaving me Speechless!

“True goodbyes are the ones never said

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: December 29, 2011, 10:45:34 AM
I agree with what you're saying hesouttamylife ! ;)
There are NO coincidences! There is only GOD's will or man's plan! ;)


Here's a new video by ipadua11-YT channel!  8)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qbb1tc5BO28&feature=share[/youtube]

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 01, 2012, 07:33:59 PM
I continue my series about ELvis spirituality, that I started on the previous page of this topic and the significance of BLUE light for him. Pay attention...you'll notice many common points shared with Michael , notably: besides their immense faith in God, they both share a strong belief that God sent them with a purpose here on Earth, that they have a mission to accomplish here and they both struggled a good part of their lives trying to figure out what exactly that mission is, constantly searching,  questioning, studying, looking for answers...






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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 14, 2012, 06:00:38 AM
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ht-gYFxge6w[/youtube]

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"Once every millennium or so comes along a being who feels the world and its pain in his heart. Takes it on as his mission. Exacts our attention and leads us to compassion. We had such a one. And his name was Michael Jackson."

This video, co-authored by Gerri Stone (PoetGerri Channel on Youtube) & Rev. Barbara Kaufmann (from Inner Michael website), was featured on the Voices Education website. Research for this video, the articles and the tribute to Michael led to the development of a curriculum inspired by Michael Jackson and dedicated to him and Lady Diana. We invite you to browse through the materials in 'Words and Violence' curriculum, and share with educators, family and friends.

The curriculum is available at the Voices Education website:
http://voiceseducation.org/content/words-and-violence

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-9GzAw8HzU[/youtube]

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 18, 2012, 05:44:37 PM

ELVIS quotes:
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"If even one person can be led to GOD because of me, it will be worth it."

"[...] There's more to me than that guy up there on the stage: You know, Elvis the image.
What my fans and everyone else need to know is that I'm a spiritual person.
If they don't know that, they'll never really know who I am and what makes me tick."

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmV8DPKIJ9s&list=FLkC6Y4ea25ltNSLkO1ZDE-Q&index=6&feature=plpp_video[/youtube]

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 18, 2012, 06:17:54 PM
Wow..those are some great quotes Sim......I knew Elvis was spiritual, but his own words take it to a different level for me.  I loved the video too.  Change of Habit is actually one of my favorite Elvis movies.  I think it didn't get the recognition it deserved, perhaps because of the religious overtone...I have no idea.  Here is the IMDB for it:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065537/

Thanks for the post...always great :)
Blessings to you and all

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 18, 2012, 06:47:14 PM
Great Job SimPattyK.  You are spectacular.   I love all your "stuff".
"And when that flag blows
There'll be no more wars
And when all calls
I will answer all your prayers"

Chorus from the song "Cry",  Invincible Album

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 18, 2012, 09:20:08 PM
@Wish: I think the movie "Change of Habbit" is the best movie Elvis ever did. I love it so much!
I also think that at that time and even nowadays, sadly, most people miss something beautiful! The film was clearly underrated! too bad! I really think this was the kind of movies that Elvis would have been happy to make, and he was right! but he must have felt so disappointed to see that the great public still preferred more superficial subjects in movies, than deep, profound, spiritual, social subjects as we can see in "Change of Habbit".
I really understand why he got tired of playing the same role over and over again: the sex-symbol, the talented singer, the funny beautiful guy who fells in love, the rich guy or the poor guy...
In "Change of Habbit" he really had a serious role, very fit to Elvis' spiritual construction and in total opposition to the other roles that were rather made for his physical construction!
Nevertheless, all his movies keep that "something special" in them: Elvis' presence, his spirit!


@Dontwalkaway: thank you sis'  bearhug kisssssss
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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 18, 2012, 11:31:45 PM
@Wish: I think the movie "Change of Habbit" is the best movie Elvis ever did. I love it so much!
I also think that at that time and even nowadays, sadly, most people miss something beautiful! The film was clearly underrated! too bad! I really think this was the kind of movies that Elvis would have been happy to make, and he was right! but he must have felt so disappointed to see that the great public still preferred more superficial subjects in movies, than deep, profound, spiritual, social subjects as we can see in "Change of Habbit".
I really understand why he got tired of playing the same role over and over again: the sex-symbol, the talented singer, the funny beautiful guy who fells in love, the rich guy or the poor guy...
In "Change of Habbit" he really had a serious role, very fit to Elvis' spiritual construction and in total opposition to the other roles that were rather made for his physical construction!
Nevertheless, all his movies keep that "something special" in them: Elvis' presence, his spirit!


@Dontwalkaway: thank you sis'  bearhug kisssssss

I agree!  "Change of Habit" was his best movie, imo.   I loved it so much that I bought the movie years ago (VHS).  :)  It had a great message.

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Re: New Jesus - mark my words

  • on: January 19, 2012, 01:23:52 PM
@Shamone Jackson:

 

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