GGJ04-157

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Chapter 157 - The progression of the soul forms of the two deceased women.

157,1. (Mathael:) “For about half an hour the position remained unchanged but then the situation started to become considerably different. The reason was that a quite natural looking flock of magpies flew by, probably a hundred or so. They began to disturb both the balloons very much. The many creatures within them began to combine together and soon only two gigantic, grey-white eagles were to be seen in the balloons, snapping quite aggressively at the intruding magpies. There was no hope for any which were caught as their balloon teasing was brought to an abrupt end! This story did not however last too long as all the magpies were soon devoured!

157,2. When I related this to my father in faithful detail, he said: ‘Yes, it certainly looks as if these were the souls of the two dead women!? Look at the scene again more intently and tell me everything you see as you have certainly never before described such a strange death scene to me!’

157,3. I said: ‘Father, whatever I see I will immediately describe in detail! The balloons are now becoming smaller in size and the gigantic eagles are turning into - to speak bluntly - two cows with no horns and I see a perfect human shape near the roof truss climbing up and down, holding bundles of hay in each hand. Surely he does not intend to feed the cows with it? But he does! Both cows have floated downwards so that they can easily reach the hay with their mouths and now they are quite casually munching away!’

157,4. That was how I told my father immediately what I had seen. After the hay had been eaten the person on the roof truss disappeared but was quickly followed by another, who did not in the slightest resemble the first one, carrying two buckets of water. He gave the water to the cows to drink and between them they consumed every last drop.

157,5. After this vision the second person disappeared with the buckets but soon afterwards the cows started to spin round in a circle at high speed. The hazy balloons we had seen became completely invisible and because of their speed of movement I could no longer make out the shape of the two animals. However, as they rotated they became increasingly bright and finally glowed with the intensity of a setting moon.

157,6. Then the spinning stopped and the place of the cows was taken by two rather emaciated floating human shapes. As their backs were turned I could not make out the gender but judging by their height they were probably females.

157,7. After about a quarter of an hour I again saw a human figure climbing onto the roof truss with two bundles which he handed to the two images before he immediately disappeared again. Both figures quickly untied the bundles, took out light-grey pleated dresses and quickly put them on. It was only now that I recognized with certainty that the two figures were indeed the strange widow and her deaf-mute daughter. They seemed to be much slimmer but nevertheless it was undoubtedly them!

157,8. As the two perfect female figures stood on the roof truss in full view of me, the two male figures in light green coats appeared on the roof again and beckoned to the pair to follow them. This they did without the slightest hesitation or demur.

157,9. They travelled towards the midday sun and soon disappeared completely from my view. I nevertheless also clearly heard the words: ‘To God the Lord alone all thanks, all praise and all honour is due as he has saved these two poor creatures!’

157,10. Whoever spoke those words, I do not know; but I heard them very clearly! They could not have been spoken by those two male figures, since they had already travelled far away over hill and dale. Someone behind me must have spoken these words, but who? – that is a very different matter!

157,11. Whoever had in fact spoken out has very little to do with our story. It is however true that the words were apt and meaningful! As both women had, all things considered, lived good and virtuous lives, were very charitable towards the poor and were also very God-fearing, it is difficult to understand why the voice especially gave thanks, praise and honour to the Lord for the rescue of this widow and her deaf-mute daughter. This voice must therefore know or have known more than my own mind was in a position to understand.

157,12. You at least, My Lord, know what elements of this case remain puzzling to us! I therefore do not wish to ask any particular questions about these deaths as the whole story poses questions from beginning to end. My Lord, please therefore explain everything as I do not know where to begin to ask! Even the illness was in its own way quite puzzling, not to mention the apparitions during and after their deaths! The ascent of the apparently soul-like bluish haze above the whole house, the animals which it contained, then the separation of one large balloon into two smaller ones, the pestering magpies, the gigantic eagles and their transmogrification into hornless cows and so on - in short, everything is a fable, which would not be believed by anyone if the tale was told in a light-hearted way! If therefore You, My Lord, would be so kind as to make this story a little more transparent as up to now it remains hidden from me by a triple thickness of Moses’ blanket!”

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