The Greatest Supernatural Experience

Anonymous (@) 8 years, 11 months ago

I wrote a book about a sequence of supernatural events that happened to me over a ten day period about 36 years ago. The title topic above is also my website name. But, that’s not all. After my ‘Experience’ happened, I went on to invent and design what I have always believed to be the first non-fuel automobile engine. Documents from The United States Government 9On my site), attest to this. All of this (And there is much more) is part of my new Non Fiction book ‘The Greatest Supernatural Experience, which is a journey of astounding proportions. I want people to know what the possibilities are when it comes to believing what is real, and what is not. So here I am to discuss it.

August 30, 2013 at 7:46 pm
Cody (472) (@versai) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@Harold-Carter, So I went to your profile, and your webpage, and your facebook. I’m happy for you, but this type of endeavor almost seems immoral doesn’t it? Are you trying to help people, or are you just trying to make money? Cause there are a lot of people in the world that may benefit from a story like yours, but then there are also a lot of people who prey on that as a means for financial income. For me to believe in your story, it would need to be completely free and open and honest. If I need to pay to listen to you, I think that is corrupt.

Also although it isn’t obvious in this post, it seems your experience is heavily influenced by Christianity. I’ve had my own supernatural experiences that bizarrely parallel a Christian’s idea of higher powers, but I’m not so naive to think that is the entire story. I think too often people will have a legitimate spiritual experience for the first time in their lives and automatically attribute that to the only spiritual reference they know–their religion. Underlying it all though is a truly universal, non-secular unity of spirit that supersedes any doctrine; don’t you see that?

So it makes me curious why you’re pigeon-holing such a profound moment in existence into a religious thing and then marketing it. Don’t you have something more important to tell the world than “Go here and buy my book” ?

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Cody (472) (@versai) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@Harold-Carter, From a science perspective though, I’d love to hear more about that non-fuel automobile invention of yours and your beliefs on ” what is real, and what is not”.

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Anonymous (2) (@) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@versai, I understand your judgemental attitude. I have had to deal with people like you all my life. You want everything for free and if what you hear is not to your liking, you immediately begin to assume all kinds of things. You are the type who judges a book by it’s cover. Your reply abundantly proves that. But, seeing as you have responded, I will be polite enough to educate you a little further. My book is free to some. That is part of the deal with Amazon. However, there are many in the world who cannot pay for anything because they have no money. I have decided to sell my book to get the resources to not only to put my testimony in their hands, but at the same time provide them with other necessary learning materials with that same delivery. What’s wrong with that? NOTHING!

Everything is corrupt because you have to pay for it? You don’t have much worth anything, do you? Heavily influenced by Christianity? Heavily influenced by God! If you do not like that, do not read it. It’s that simple. If you want to discuss the subject, fine. If you are here to judge me, you judgement is worthless to me and your readers, also. Love is a wonderful thing. I hope you find it some day. God Bless!

What I have to tell the world is in my true testimony, which you know little about as you judge me.

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josephm (772) (@josephm) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@Harold-Carter, cool ur jets bro

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ELizard (229) (@heavydreamz) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@Harold-Carter, “this is a true story of unparallelled supernatural proportions as regards the possibilities of the same ‘experience’ happening to YOU! This goes far beyond anyone’s typical Christian testimony! Yet, everything described is backed by Scripture.”

Having my share of supernatural experiences throughout my life, I’m glad youre making it more of common for people to believe in this power that we all share. The scripture is somewhat irrelevant to me personally, I’m glad you go far beyond it for others to relate.

Did ‘aliens’ or ‘god’ give you this technology for the car? Or is the government scapegoating you to finally make this technology public?

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Anonymous (2) (@) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@josephm, Thanks for the advice.

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Anonymous (2) (@) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@heavydreamz, “Having my share of supernatural experiences throughout my life, I’m glad youre making it more of common for people to believe in this power that we all share. The scripture is somewhat irrelevant to me personally, I’m glad you go far beyond it for others to relate”. That’s a good statement. Makes a lot of sense. Thank you!

“Did ‘aliens’ or ‘god’ give you this technology for the car? Or is the government scapegoating you to finally make this technology public?”. That’s a dumb statement…. just so you know the difference. You might have asked “How is it that you have come to invent such a machine?” …. now that sounds intelligent and would get an intelligent answer.

I was hoping that this forum might be a good place to share knowledge about various important things in life. I was hoping to link the conversations to my site. But, with only two less than intelligent responses to my inquiry…. I think it’s time to hook up with some real people. Later.

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ELizard (229) (@heavydreamz) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

@Harold-Carter, I’m open to your perspective that differs from mine, ‘aliens or god’ is irrelevant, just pointing that out, yes I want to know, and what its all about, what inspired you. I was also curious if you were aware of sustainable technology regularly being suppressed by government. No offense. Welcome to the site.

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Cody (472) (@versai) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

Well that was the easiest debunking ever. Someone who can’t stand up for their beliefs and simply misdirects counter arguments screams FAKE.

Good luck Harold.

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LVX (297) (@Vovinawol) 8 years, 11 months ago ago

No such thing as super natural anyways. Only super normal. Since nothing exists beyond the nature of whatever is already there.

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sleeplessinny (0) (@sleeplessinny) 7 years, 7 months ago ago

I would like to take a look at thia book. It sounds interesting.

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