Allen Wolf and David Morningstar

Steffani, you asked:

Message: 72434
From: Steffani Murray
Subject: The Sea of Glass (to Ernest)
Date: Fri, Jul 1, 2005, 8:37 AM
Topic: Study
Reply to Message 72429

O.K. Ernest,

Allowing for the fact that your perceptions of events which are other peoples personal experiences do not seem to be interpreted with any degree of consistency . . . How come when David describes his encounter with Michael as a Being of Light with an overwhelming presence of incredible unconditional love . . . you accept that . . . Yet when you posted a description of a remarkably similar event written by Al Wolf . . . you interpret that one as a diabolic counterfeit of a "visit with God".

 

Allen Wolf solicited the Spirits; David Morningstar did not.

Allen Wolf had repeated communications from the Spirits; David Morningstar did not.

Allen Wolf was able to visibly perceive the Spirit as that Spirit showed himself; David Morningstar could not look upon God.

Allen Wolf had experiences extending over many episodes, years of time; David Morningstar had one experience, and only one experience.

Allen Wolf described a time element in his experiences, as we normally share when we associate with others; David Morningstar had months of experience compressed into one minute.

Allen Wolf communicated in a form found in all mediumship exercises; David Morningstar had communication impressed upon him similar to those of the Old Testament prophets and John the Revelator.

Allen Wolf had experiences that were centered upon himself; David Morningstar had experiences that were not centered on himself, but were of other places on other worlds.

Allen Wolf had experiences that flattered his ego; David Morningstar had an experience in which ego was left far behind.

I suppose I could come up with some others, but if you do not understand what I outline here, I don't think adding more would suffice.

Ernest