This book is a record of Caroline Larson's dreams and visions of the end times, specifically concerning the "Enoch Colonies" or gathering places, which are prophesied of in the Holy Bible and the Torah. It goes into detail of some of the cities, how they are built, what the government is like, how the people grow food, conduct commerce-both inside and outside the cities. SThis book is a record of Caroline Larson's dreams and visions of the end times, specifically concerning the "Enoch Colonies" or gathering places, which are prophesied of in the Holy Bible and the Torah. It goes into detail of some of the cities, how they are built, what the government is like, how the people grow food, conduct commerce-both inside and outside the cities. She explains how people get there, and the process of rescuing those who are worthy and ask God for assistance. She explains their health care system, welfare and expectations of living inside one of these gathering places....
|Title||:||the enoch colonies cities of light|
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|Number of Pages||:||130 Pages|
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the enoch colonies cities of light Reviews
I often felt like the Enoch Colonies and/or Gathering Places were like the Jetson's in this book. I feel as that although the Lord's house is a House of Order and so is His church on earth, it's not this high tech and detailed. I feel things of a spiritual nature are much more simpler and not as complicated. I felt that the technology was of a "worldly things", like a perfect clean house with the push of a button. That's my own personal view and not meant to criticize the author's visions. I do, however, have no doubt these visions were real to the author and probably explained to her by the spirit in terms she could understand. I do feel as some of her more spiritual visions were in line with other visions from me, my family and other people in the world who are getting to see things on the other side of the veil. I am grateful for her discipline in writing it down and memory of her experiences. I have visions and dreams and by noon if I didn't write it down, they escape me and I couldn't tell you what I dreamt. Disclaimer: I am a believer in personal revelations and that people are getting more and more of this as we near the last days, as the prophets said would come to pass.
A thought provoking and interesting readThis book will make you question the possibility of "what if's." Some of the ideas presented seemed far fetched, but when compared to other books such as John Pontis, the idea of Enoch colonies in the last days does seem possible. I wish it was made more clear if the gathering of the elect will take place before or during feet calamities. Overall, very interesting read and very thought provoking.
Not LDSThis doesn't fit with LDS teachings, and is geared more towards sensationalism than any true spiritual concepts. I'm sure that the people benefitting most from this writing are anti Mormons. There is no real spiritual value to the stories here.
It was good ,I was intrigued!