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Stations of the Christ – 8 Visions – Index

The Stations of the Christ is a transcription of eight visionary experiences that I had during Lent 2004. Introduction: How it Began Vision 1: Christ Reigns Vision 2: In Boots, Behold God! Vision 3: The Keys to Heaven Vision 4: The Virgin Void Vision 5: Blind Apostles Vision 6: Crucify Her Vision 7: Resurrection, Easter […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 8: You, God Incarnate

I find myself walking into the Church of Our Saviour, on Marathon Street in Arlington for a wedding. The church is mainly filled with angels. I take a seat half way up the aisle on the left of the church. We are sitting. The angels are a bit agitated as it is not easy for […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 7: Resurrection, Easter Egg

The voice says, “Visions have come to you in the dark, in moments prepared by ritual cleansing and with the support of the congregation of your Church community. You have created quiet places with your eyes closed. Blindness has been raised over your eyes and the presence of God has stepped forth and taken all […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 6: Crucify Her

I have no idea where I am heading. I do not know what will emerge. I touch the soles of my feet together. I am in my feet. I ask, “Who am I to serve?” A woman’s voice replies, “Everyone.” I shift my conscious up to my genitals and ask, “Who am I to unite […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 5: Blind Apostles

I am standing on the beach on the island of the silver pinnacle with the stairway to heaven looking out to sea. My back is to the stairway. The whole stairway has turned golden as the pinnacle parts, the doors to heaven open. Light shines out across the sea in a golden beam. I think […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 4: The Virgin Void

It begins. It starts this time knowing that I submit; I bow down before Christ. Suddenly I understand, there is a point of light in all seven places of my body. At the base, my feet, in my genitals, in my stomach, in my heart, in my throat, in my head, in my crown a […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 3: The Keys to Heaven

I stand. I am at the beach, on the shoreline and the water laps against my feet. As the coldness touches me I ask, “Whom do I give service to today? How am I to wash the feet of others?” I look at the sea and in the distance on the horizon I see a […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 2: In Boots, Behold God!

[Points of Consciousness in Square Brackets] [Feet] It is a bright clear day. I am standing at the bottom of the mountain on a gently sloping grass plain, looking out across a landscape and then up into the hills, and then further up to the high mountain peek. I say to myself, “Wow! It is […]

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Stations of the Christ – Vision 1: Christ Reigns

Dear Jesus Christ, I stand at my feet and feel them on the ground. I look up and rising up above me is my body, a mountain. I begin to walk up the mountain, up my legs, until I arrive at the place of procreation, the genitals, the place of sexuality. I look up again […]

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Stations of the Christ – Introduction

The Stations of the Christ is a transcription of eight visionary experiences that I had during Lent 2004. The backdrop to these experiences is that I am a member of the congregation of the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Arlington, Massachusetts. Our rector is the Reverend Linda Fisher-Privitera. The Church is a vibrant community and […]

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