Atheist’s Trip to Heaven Goes Viral

Atheist’s Trip to Heaven Goes Viral

A man raised as an atheist shares his incredible testimony of a trip where he said he went to Heaven and visited with Jesus. He was raised in a godless home where there were no religious celebrations of any kind. He said growing up he saw all the confusion and trouble religion caused and did not want to be associated with it.

The man said he had a dream, which was more like a vision, when he was 15-years-old that changed his life. Although he felt impacted at that young age, it was not until he was older that the dream began to take effect. At that time, he said the dream would be fulfilled on Dec. 28, 2012 when he turned 44.

Growing up an atheist is the most pointless life anyone could live, according to the dreamer. He said life was empty of meaning and purpose and as a youngster he needed both. The vision came and met him in his time of need. Up to this point, he had never read any religious books, and definitely not a Bible.  This confirmed to the teen what he had witnessed came from someone “higher” than he because no seeds had been planted in life prior to the dream.

It was the 28th day of Sept. in 1984 when he said his life was taken right out of his hands. He remembers sitting on the bed looking at the stars wondering why they were there and what purpose they served. His thoughts then transitioned to his life and caused him to question whether he had a purpose and if so, what was it. As his thoughts continued he was then overtaken by his dream, or vision; he is not sure which is was but said it was very vivid.

He felt like he was in a trance, where he was aware of what was happening but in a zone. He found himself in the air, not as we know it, but he was “there.” It was scary at first because he thought he might have died. After he adjusted to the shock of what he was experiencing he began to take in the scenery. The landscape was incredible and although he used common language to describe it, he actually said it was so majestic it was indescribable. Everything he saw seemed to emanate life in all its essence.

The man said he could go on forever talking about the details but wanted to get to the main part of his vision which was, who was right beside him as he beheld the splendor of all he witnessed. He said when he turned to his right he knew the person beside him was the creator of all he had seen. He had no knowledge of his name but just “knew” to his core that he was responsible for it all.

He described him in all of his glory even down to the holes in his feet. He said, as he stood in shock, he looked at his hands and they had holes too which were about a half-inch wide. The dreamer said the holes were not bloody, but were more like a status symbol. It was so “heavenly” he felt the urge to kneel but realized he could not because he had no actual body.

After he gathered himself from the majestic being who he felt privileged to encounter he asked him, or he thought it – he is still not sure, if he was God. No sooner than the thought entered his mind, God responded, “I Am.” Immediately the teen said to himself that is impossible because there is no God. This cannot be real. To his surprise, it was real and he could not deny it any longer.

God said to him, “Come and let me show you your destiny.” He said he began to tell him of events which were to come in his life, including special highlights and turning points he would encounter. Most of what he told him about his future was forgotten on the conscious level, like a dream which was half remembered, but all of the events actually took place in his life.

As he came upon each event which he had been told of it was like an instant Déjà vu and he knew, even if it seemed bad, it was part of the plan for his life. He said it was as if the two of them traveled for days but he is not sure whether it was hours or minutes because it is hard to tell in a place that knows no time. The creator laid out his entire life to him from conception to the present time he was in, all 15 years. He did not stop there he continued to reveal to him all that would occur to the very end, describing each event in their proper sequence.

The man said his trip to Heaven changed his life completely. While he was raised an atheist, he instantly became a believer and said he life panned out just the way he was told it would. His incredible testimony describing his vision, where he went to Heaven and spent time with Jesus, can be read in its entirety on the linked source below. He not only shares his story but also his belief, which he stated came from God, on the end of the world as mankind knows it. The story of his vision, dream and experience has recently gone viral.

By: Cherese Jackson (Virginia)

Sources:

The Politics Forums
Nesara Republic Now
Prepper Chimp

17 Responses to "Atheist’s Trip to Heaven Goes Viral"

  1. ReligiousLiars (@ReligiousLiars)   October 16, 2014 at 12:35 pm

    How does this personal experience differ in ANY way from those of alien abductees? If this is a true account (which I have my doubts as to whether or not it is), then the one experiencing the events has every right to believe it (although a sane person would certainly have his doubts). To ask a third party to believe something so extraordinary, the person should provide extraordinary evidence. If anyone seriously believes this without proof, they are exhibiting a naivety beyond hope.

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  2. rasungod0   October 14, 2014 at 5:07 pm

    An atheist who doesn’t have morals is duping Christians like a pastor would. Tis a sad day indeed.

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  3. Riss   October 14, 2014 at 9:51 am

    It aays “no seeds were planted” and I’m calling shenanigans. It would take him being raised in an underground bunker to have never been inundated with religious symbols everywhere around him. And the idea that he didn’t recognize Jesus? What, he never saw a Christmas display, a crucifix in a shop, at a friend’s house, etc? B.S! Also, this reads like a typical schizophrenic delusion, all the more because he’s dreamed up the idea that god came to him personally, that there’s jumping through hoops to deny the logical conclusion that it’s either a dream or nothing, that it took nearly 30 years for some meaning to actually click, even though the dream was supposedly so significant and indescribable and miraculous… this is obviously a fabrication of religious fantasy.

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  4. alice gordon   October 14, 2014 at 4:06 am

    Well he needed this to feel important. Vision is sad but does not mean it means something.

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  5. 2L84F8   October 13, 2014 at 10:55 am

    It’s par for the course for christians and most religionists to lie and make up new fairy-tales while living a life based on fiction. The bible (and the other two of the big three ‘holy’ books) were written by [and for] degenerates.

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  6. Bob Trieger   October 13, 2014 at 8:17 am

    Most asinine I’ll read all week.

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  7. Scott   October 13, 2014 at 8:03 am

    I had a dream where a woman with half a mustache said “Thank you for supporting the arts.” I don’t support the arts. Maybe I should start?

    But seriously (I actually had that dream) this story doesn’t make any sense. He had the dream at 15, but it didn’t click until he was 44? What was the event that made it click? I suspect this is fiction, but just meant to be inspirational. I’m not inspired.

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  8. Jebus Saves   October 13, 2014 at 7:47 am

    What objective journalism. ” a godless household” is far from an atheist household.
    Why would the Christian god appear to him and not Zeus, or Apollo, or Thor, etc?
    The story says his whole life was revealed to him , but he can not remember the details. But he remembers his whole life and events , including the end? Which is it?
    Zero credibility here; nothing more than a pointless propaganda article written by an obvious Christian author.

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  9. Eric Marsh   October 13, 2014 at 7:41 am

    Somebody’s fantasy. You notice that a name is never given. Besides, if he’s an atheist and goes to heaven anyway what’s the purpose in becoming a Christian?

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  10. Jim   October 13, 2014 at 7:35 am

    Well I’ll never get those five minutes back.
    The day is young, but this is the crappiest thing I’ve read so far….

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  11. Cj   October 13, 2014 at 7:28 am

    Sounds like he was never really atheist to begin with. He needed something to believe in at 15 and found it.
    How convenient that he can’t remember any future details, just that he met god and these details are then revealed to him after they happen…déjà Vu indeed, sounds like any other religion

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  12. Michael Gross   October 13, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Just because you are raised in a godless home does not all of a sudden make you an Atheist lol. Atheists reject religion in any form. In order to reject something you must first understand it. 99% of Atheists have a firm understanding of many religions, not just one. In most cases we know more about the Bible than a common Theist. We know that 6,000 Gods have existed since man started recording his own history. We know that the Christian God is only 3,500 years old. We know that the Earth is roughly 4.5 billion years old, humans have existed on it for at least 800,000 years. Why would “God” wait so long to help us out just 2,000 years ago? Where was he before that and where did he go? Africans are probably wondering that as well as they are dying from Ebola. Where is their God? Africa has one of the largest Christian populations aside from America, why does he help Americans score well on tests, find their car keys, and win the big game yet Africans are starving, disease stricken, poor…. Kind of makes you wonder if God is not picking favorites.

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  13. atheist reader   October 13, 2014 at 6:42 am

    I dreamt and saw a unicorn. The unicorn is coming to marry me. I’m going to buy my wedding dress right away. Humans, if you do not believe in unicorns, you’re living empty and purposeless lives!

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  14. Brad Feaker   October 13, 2014 at 5:07 am

    What a load of crap…Do people actually believe this is worthy of a news article?

    I had a dream. I met Odin and visited Valhalla. It is all real. He even told me I would post this comment.

    There – Odin, Thor and Valhalla are all real! See how easy that was!

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    • Concerned   October 13, 2014 at 6:42 am

      I had a dream too! I met Muhammad and his 9 year old wife, Aisha. Like Brad said, Thore was there too! It must be true. They guided me to Allah and I saw the truth.

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    • wesley martin   October 13, 2014 at 6:55 am

      I had a dream I was in the grocery store and I was missing my pants. Lol

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    • Matt   October 13, 2014 at 7:24 am

      Couldn’t agree more. Thinly-veiled counter-atheist bleatings, apparently posing as journalism.

      Since loss of reputational face doesn’t seem to be an issue for the author, I will at least applaud her for her ability to monetize her ignorance or cynicism, depending on whether she believes in her drivel, or not, respectively.

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