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The latest incident in this strange drama happened in Sr. Gloria’s healing center in Novaliches (border of Caloocan) in October 2011, only two months after the Pampanga incident.

Sr. Gloria’s healing center became famous because of the many miraculous healings that reportedly took place there. It counts among its devotees a former senator during the Marcos regime, other government officials and well-known personalities.

I was accompanied to the place by Nina Raymundo (mother of entertainer, musician, composer and  magician Rannie Raymundo), two friends of theirs and my wife. Nina was a devotee volunteer of the healing center.

The healing ceremony took an enormously long  time, consisting of a mass, novenas, rosaries and repeated chanting of the names Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.

One had to devote a whole day there, which included a sort of baptism of water. For more serious cases,  holy water is poured over patients’ heads and bodies, while less ill patients were just asked to stand around a circular area where they were sprinkled with water from sprinklers. like they were plants. The water was supposed to have come from its grotto, somewhere behind the yard.

When it came to my turn, I was asked to sit on a stool inside a half-open cubicle, while Nina  started to pour water all over my head and body. While she was doing that, I was asked to pray to the life-size statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which was located only a few feet away in front of me.

Rolled three times

When she asked me to look at the heart of Jesus, a strong energy suddenly radiated from the statue towards me, and I fell into a trance from my sitting position. I felt that I tumbled toward the front once, but Nina said my body rolled three times before I almost hit the cemented base of the statue.

I felt two hands catch my head and gently put it down. I thought there was somebody who rushed to catch my head as I fell.

But here is the strangest thing. Nina said she saw two hands suddenly materialize and catch my head. There was nobody near me except her, who was pouring water on me. Not only that; she said I rolled over three times, and before I went into a trance, she saw the spirit of Jesus Christ enter me.

I found out that Nina was clairvoyant and a visionary. I couldn’t believe what she was talking about, but I had no doubt she was telling the truth.

The incident quickly spread to the 50 patients who were there, and they looked at me with both awe and wonderment. I was so embarrassed and didn’t know what to do. After I had changed into dry clothes. I was brought to Sr. Gloria, who blessed me and said Jesus Christ was in me and was the one who healed me.

But I also fell into a trance before the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which was inside the chapel. I really couldn’t  tell why these things happen to me. And they all involved life-sized statues of Jesus Christ.

The strange thing about this, as I said before, is that I am not particularly devoted to Jesus Christ. Friends who heard about these incidents told me it was time to go back to Christ, because he has been calling me and I had been ignoring him. As the spirit entity Ang Suh from the upper fifth dimension told me through his medium, Dr. Helen de Garriz, “It is time, Oh, Golden One, to go back to your spirituality.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/paul.ostoya.5 Fred Flintsone

     Your friends in church may not have told you this:
    Jer 10:2 Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.3 For
    the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the
    forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.4 They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.

  • agaylaya

    I shudder with the possibility that the things you described and experienced are the works of the devil.

  • agaylaya

    I shudder with the possibility that the things you described and experienced are the works of the devil.

  • http://www.facebook.com/paul.ostoya.5 Fred Flintsone

     Sound familiar? Jer 10:2 “Do not learn the ways of the
    nations or be terrified by signs
    in the heavens,  though the nations
    are terrified by them.3 For the practices of the
    peoples are worthless; theycut a tree out
    of the forest,and a craftsman
    shapes it with his chisel.4 They adorn it
    with silver
    and gold; they fasten it with
    hammer and nails so it will not
    totter.5 Like a scarecrow in a cucumber field,their idols cannot speak;they must be carried because they cannot
    walk.Do not fear them;they can do no harm nor can they do any good.”

  • InterPoll

    Jesus Christ does not possess people. He drives out evil spirits that do.This is a false christ you’ve encountered. Statues and graven images are incompatible with the Lord God’s commandment:

    “You shall not make for yourself any carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate me, but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments.”

    • shots_fired

      Yes you are right mister 007 interPoll, clearly stated in the bible that God hates statues and idolaters , they are an abomination to God, This people who loves to pray on idols are predominantly of catholic belief. They do not read the bible and the basis of their beliefs are not of the bible. So The question is , where do they get their doctrines? is it from God which gave us the bible or their priest and popes which are human corrupt and vulnerable to sin. Good Day.

  • shots_fired

    2 Corinthians 11:14 NIVNew International Version
    And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light.

    2 Corinthians 4:4 New International Version
    The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.

    the question who is the god of this age??
    No other than Satan the Devil

  • lanzthirteen

    More like ‘Mystical encounters with the Devil’.

  • Pwe Jade

    PUJEDA Builders & Construction Supply is operated by LITA PUJEDA who lives in Tierra Pura, QC – a devil.

    Never attempt to buy her properties in Pasong Tamo, Project 8 and Diliman, QC areas.  Documents are from hell – dubious, faked and fabricated.

  • AirForce1985

    Catholics are NOT Christians ! They are the most pathetic hypocrites around, go to Church on Sunday and then sin the rest of the week. Why on earth would you accept / follow a ” religion ” that was forced on you, by the conquering Spanish, UNBELIEVABLE !!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SPLUBLEOSERDBOIJTDOC6XIWGU mxsclxmxn

    Know the life of Don Bosco. 

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