The Experiences of Pope Urban II.
August 17th, 2010.
Received by FAB
I am here, Pope Urban II.
I never thought I would have the chance of conveying a message to the Earth, but spiritual forces have made it possible, and for that, I am grateful.
Yes, it has been a very, very different world I inherited from the one I knew on Earth. I was completely sincere when I started the First Crusade. I firmly believed that I was in the right, and that God was with me. And when my soul left my body, I experienced a great peace, because I felt I had led and guided Mother Church in the right way. I anticipated a Heavenly reward.
Well, I was greeted by several loved ones whom I had actually hoped to meet, and my happiness was complete. I was in the land of the blessed, and I would have my reward. We lingered in conversation long enough for my adjustment to the spirit world to be effective, but after these adjustments, I began to feel very uneasy in my soul, for I could sense that something was very wrong. I didn’t know what it was, but I became very uncomfortable.
It was just at that point that a most beautiful spirit came to me. She said she was a Celestial Angel sent to help me. Though I was heartened by this, I could tell from her expression that she was trying to lessen the unpleasantness of something she wanted to tell me. She began by talking about the moral law. Then she began to talk about Jesus. It was at this point that I realized that she was talking about Jesus not as a god, but as an elder brother who was equal to her in God’s eyes. She never said this just so, but I could tell that this was her message, phrased in such a way as to lessen my disappointment.
And then the shock hit me. She was saying, in her gentle, loving way, that my way of thinking was all wrong. She realized how difficult this was for me to hear, so she left me, and said further help would come.
When left to myself, I saw in truth and reality the source of my earlier unease. And then I thought back over a lifetime of worshiping Jesus, and how his great sacrifice on the cross took my sins away. But the next thought was, if Jesus was not God, then this could not possibly be true. This, however, was impossible, since the Holy Bible asserted that there is no salvation except by Jesus and his sacrifice on the cross.
Pope Blessed Urban II (ca. 1035 – 29 July 1099), born Otho de Lagery (alternatively: Otto, Odo or Eudes), was Pope from 12 March 1088 until his death. He is most known for starting the First Crusade (1095–99) and setting up the modern day Roman Curia, in the manner of a royal court, to help run the Church. (Source: Wikipedia)