The Brightest of Lights

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On January 6th I was taking a friend home after work. He lived a way off from where I lived, so after I dropped him off I rushed to get home. I started speeding and to avoid an accident I hit a tree.

According to the police and the tow truck driver I was a bloody mess and needed to go into surgery immediately if survived. My chances for survival were not good. This was on the police report I obtained later on. I have scars on my left and right cheeks from where I was hung inside the windshield bleeding to death as the glass was slowly cutting into my face. I have photos of my car and where my face was stuck in the windshield. My family didn't find me until three days later. Being from Houston, a big city, it’s not unusual.

I have never really been religious or anything even though I went to church but mostly to please my mom and others. I remember waking up or appearing at a place of dark, grayish and smoke filled in appearance. What was odd is I remember asking myself “where am I?” I also remember looking down and seeing a ditch that stretched out to the right, left and down forever. I remember being puzzled and examining everything. It was like a dream but much more vivid. I can't really put it into words, but I’ll never forget it.

After I examined the ditch for a while I noticed what was on the other side of it. I had to really focus because of the smoke and darkness. As I looked, shapes started to take form and I knew right away I was somewhere I did not want to be. These black, ugly creatures started coming from the right and going to the left. They were small but could take on a different form real fast from small to large and large to small. I saw them walk so smoothly like they weren't even touching the ground. It's like they were floating. My GOD, I asked myself “where am I?”

I will never forget how I felt. So many emotions hit me at once. Imagine fear multiplied but a thousand times. I just stood there observing these things move with ease. I stood there thinking what's next. And then I remembered there is a ditch between us. Not that it made me feel much better. But I was so paralyzed with helplessness and fear that I just froze. I am convinced to this day that I was a witness to demons and a part of hell itself.

Not long after I looked up and saw one the brightest lights that I have ever seen. It was as if looking into the sun but white. Then there was a man smiling at me. He just stood there smiling and I remember thinking: “Is this GOD OR JESUS?” He was rotating slowly and letting me see how majestic he was. I saw the most colorful lights appearing around the being. I could never see his back it's like he was transparent. I will never forget this because I know I had never seen something so beautiful before. As I think about it now it's just not the same to actually being there at that moment. He was standing in front of a large gold judge's bench. He kept looking to this light but I knew for some reason without being told that I was not going to go into it. I was overwhelmed with love. It was like the being was telling me, you will be all right I am here now.

Then I saw myself seeing beings at a hospital. They were large beautiful creatures around the doctors, families and children. They were there smiling and comforting the children. I also heard screams of anguish. I heard no I don't want to die and yes, please just let me die. Then I knew I was back to a reality. I knew the hospital. I recovered in one week and sent home. I have facial scars on both cheeks, a scar on my stomach about a foot long or more. That's where they had to cut me open and stitch my bladder because it burst due to the impact. But I'm here, a testimony to the skeptics.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 December 2006 04:40 )

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