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An angel came to me

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She had bright wings of light and said she was a hasmal. She said I will receive a car soon that I need to run from a cult with. She may be coming with me I'm not sure. She named off some specs for the car. It's fast enough to outrun almost any car. I've tried to outrun the cult that's after me twice now. No success sadly. Should I give it a third attempt with a faster car or what? I'm not really a law breaker but they want to burn me alive so the urge to speed has hit me. The cops are all worthless in the situation. They want names so they can investigate professional deceivers. They never find a thing.

I think it's a good way to kill myself or someone else butt he angel insisted it is God's plan. I need counseling about this whole issue.
 
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She had bright wings of light and said she was a hasmal. She said I will receive a car soon that I need to run from a cult with. She may be coming with me I'm not sure. She named off some specs for the car. It's fast enough to outrun almost any car. I've tried to outrun the cult that's after me twice now. No success sadly. Should I give it a third attempt with a faster car or what? I'm not really a law breaker but they want to burn me alive so the urge to speed has hit me. The cops are all worthless in the situation. They want names so they can investigate professional deceivers. They never find a thing.

I think it's a good way to kill myself or someone else butt he angel insisted it is God's plan. I need counseling about this whole issue.

I am sure this is NOT an angel of God..He/she/ it is not leading you to Jesus but in some other direction....Try speaking Word to it and see what I mean....Then seek out a godlly preacher for help..
 
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Since you can get online, contact the FBI, they love to destroy cults and their powers, perhaps they can help you.
 
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Getting stuck with a cult must be a really bad problem. I'm certain that most people don't know that they're dealing with cult people the first time they meet a group like that. If you grew up in one, it was characterized by a passive aggressive competitiveness, you were supposed to feel special and entitled to an extra interior status and jump through hoops to prove that you were worthy of the extra special cultivation.

The problem most people who are born into cults face is that as they reach majority, they start to reflect backwards and evaluate just how much special insider status and stuff they actually did get, compared to discipline, embarrassment at not being socially normal or allowed to participate in outside activities (like after school varsity sports, for example). An insider cult always requires you to propagate it after a certain amount of time, at which you have reached a certain status. Some people bolt the programs, they don't feel like they got enough out of it. Cult members by birth start to rationally proportion rewards to punishments and add up how much they really got, in terms of actual material values, compared to insider traded status within the organization, especially if they don't believe that the status, they got on the inside was high enough.

It can become both complicated and abusive, especially if civil society, as advertised by the cult's leaders, really is so corrupt that the person can't find a legal advocate.
 
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Greetings,

Getting stuck with a cult must be a really bad problem. I'm certain that most people don't know that they're dealing with cult people the first time they meet a group like that. If you grew up in one, it was characterized by a passive aggressive competitiveness, you were supposed to feel special and entitled to an extra interior status and jump through hoops to prove that you were worthy of the extra special cultivation.

The problem most people who are born into cults face is that as they reach majority, they start to reflect backwards and evaluate just how much special insider status and stuff they actually did get, compared to discipline, embarrassment at not being socially normal or allowed to participate in outside activities (like after school varsity sports, for example). An insider cult always requires you to propagate it after a certain amount of time, at which you have reached a certain status. Some people bolt the programs, they don't feel like they got enough out of it. Cult members by birth start to rationally proportion rewards to punishments and add up how much they really got, in terms of actual material values, compared to insider traded status within the organization, especially if they don't believe that the status, they got on the inside was high enough.

It can become both complicated and abusive, especially if civil society, as advertised by the cult's leaders, really is so corrupt that the person can't find a legal advocate.

Sounds (reads) like you are describing the world.

We are to be in the world but not of it, strangers and pilgrims.

Read your post and you might see what I mean?


Bless you ....><>
 
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