Doreen Virtue Vision from Time Life Magazine Cover?

Doreen Virtue Vision from Time Life Magazine Cover Life of Jesus

It’s uncanny, isn’t it? Darken and curl the hair, lengthen the beard, brighten the face so the eyes stand out and voilà! Doreen Virtue’s January 7 Vision of the ‘real Jesus’! I’m so amazed at how exactly she managed to tune into the classical painting featured on the Time Life Magazine cover, adding just a few touches to make him appear to be more authentically ‘Jesus of Nazareth.’ 

This discovery came to me thanks to a friend who sent me this image…

doreen virtue vision time life jesus image

But I also want to give props to another friend who made me smile with this image…

doreen virtue jesus vision curling tongs

A few months ago, someone on Facebook alerted us to the fact that a piece of art of Doreen’s Jesus vision would feature heavily in future merchandise. They knew someone who knew the artist, apparently. Could have been just gossip, of course but then BAM! like a letter in the post – here we have it! Like I said in yesterday’s article, I kind of knew that would happen anyway because Doreen is as Doreen does. If she can’t monetize something, it simply isn’t real to her.

[bctt tweet=”Sincerity is the way of heaven. ~ Confucius” username=”LisaFrideborg”]

In THIS VIDEO from 7 January (watch from 7:45) Doreen describes how she instructed Howard David Johnson exactly how she wanted him to paint Jesus. The Time Life Magazine was published 22 December, 2017. Interesting, huh?

I asked several people in a Facebook group if they had experienced visions of Jesus. Many of them had and none of them had turned to fundamentalist Christianity because of it. Nor did any of them describe the Time Life Magazine version of Jesus. Some had words, others just eye contact. What they all had in common was that they were visions of pure love. None of the people who experienced them felt a need to go out and monetize their visions. Reading those stories brought me great comfort in contrast to what is happening above.

When sincerity fails, the offer of money usually works.
~ Mark Fuhrman

Have YOU had a vision of Jesus? I would love to hear about it in the comments!



PS. This article was originally published on 7 February, 2018.

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