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Catholic priest is dead for 48 minutes claiming: God is female!

A priest from Boston says, "God is female!"
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A priest from Boston says, "God is female!"

Massachusetts 71-year-old priest Johannes Michael O'Neal is hospitalized for an acute cardiac arrest. Soon after his arrival, he is pronounced clinically dead.

The doctors can only use it through the use of a high-tech machine. They succeed in bringing his heart rhythm into the normal rhythm. Until then, the patient is clinically dead for a total of 48 minutes.

Feeling of unconditional love and acceptance

Although the doctors can save the life of the priest, but fear he may have suffered brain damage. But the 71-year-old wakes up cheerfully after a fight between life and death and seems, to the astonishment of the doctors, perfectly recovered. Even more amazing, however, is what he has to tell. He claims that he has clear and vivid memories of what happened to him while clinically dead. O'Neal describes a strange out-of-body experience. So he describes an "intense sense of unconditional love and acceptance ". In addition, he was also surrounded by "an overwhelming light ".

An incredible encounter

At one point in his experience, O'Neal tells him that he met God then. He describes this being as a maternal light being . "Their presence was both overwhelming and reassuring, " said the Catholic priest. "She had a soft and reassuring voice and her presence was as reassuring as the embrace of a mother, the fact that God is a Mother of God instead of a Holy Father does not bother me, she is everything I hoped she would be and much more!

Catholic Church is shocked

As Starr FM Online further reports, the clerics' descriptions immediately trigger horror within the Catholic clergy. This goes so far that the chief archbishop tries by a specially convened press conference to "calm down the rumors".

Priest wants to pass on his new knowledge

Despite the disapproval of his superiors, Father O'Neal says he will continue to devote his life to God and the Word of the "Mother of God." "I want to continue my sermon, " says the elder clergyman. "I want to share my new knowledge of the Mother and the Son and the Holy Spirit with all Catholics and even all Christians, God is great and almighty, even if she is a woman." Still, the Archbishopric of Boston has not confirmed a continued employment of the priest in his former church ....

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