In the first half, Pastor Paul Begley talked about the prophetic sign of a red heifer being born in Israel (images). The birth, he says, fulfills a biblical prophecy in the Book of Numbers about sprinkling the sacrificed heifer's ashes in the water for purification at the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. There is a groundswell of anticipation about the building of the third temple in Jerusalem, he said, and the birth of the red heifer is a sign this could be happening soon, along with the recent Blood Moon and the 70th anniversary of Israel as a modern nation. The red heifer has to be born before they can dedicate the third temple, he noted.
According to Christian prophetic belief, completion of the third temple heralds the return of Jesus. A rabbi in the Knesset he spoke with, told him it would take only six months to build the temple as the walls are already fabricated, but there would be an additional 3.5 year period to fully dedicate it. "In the Scriptures," Begley continued, "it says after 42 months, the Antichrist will walk into the temple of God and declare he is God." Begley believes the Antichrist is alive now and is being groomed by the 'Illuminati' or Luciferians as one of 13 candidates. The Antichrist, he added, may offer to solve an impossible problem facing the planet during a seven-year period of tribulation.
In the latter half, paranormal investigator and author Rosemary Ellen Guiley discussed her work investigating intense and moving visits and messages from the dead, and what happens to the soul after physical death. She has looked at near-death experiences (NDEs), deathbed visions, heaven, and hell, as well as how the living can have communion and reunions with the deceased. With NDEs, scientists have studied what goes on in the brain to explain the otherworldly processes (lights, floating, apparitions, etc.). While she concedes there is a physical component, "I believe that these experiences are indeed excellent evidence for survival after death," and there is a significant degree of similarity in people's descriptions of the occurrence across cultures and times.
Sometimes after an NDE, people can undergo profound changes in their life becoming more sensitive and humanitarian for instance, she said, and they may have difficulty re-integrating into their old lifestyles. The dream state, she suggested, is one of the easiest ways to communicate with the dead. Occasionally people get what she calls a "proxy dream," in which the deceased visits someone in the hopes they will relay a message to another individual on their behalf. Rosemary along with George Noory will be appearing this weekend at the Afterlife Symposium in Scottsdale. She'll be presenting a workshop in black mirror scrying, a method in which the dark reflective surface acts as a bridge to the astral realm or the afterlife.