Christian “Prophetess”: Heaven Has a “Portal” So Your Dead Relatives Can See You January 12, 2020

Christian “Prophetess”: Heaven Has a “Portal” So Your Dead Relatives Can See You

Kat Kerr, the self-proclaimed Christian “Prophetess” who thinks Heaven is home to cows driving tractors and a city made entirely out of Jell-O, has a new announcement to make about Heaven.

It turns out there are special balconies in Heaven — lots of them — and your dead relatives use it to spy on you. But only when you want them to. And this is all a fact. There’s even a painting of it.

Behold: The afterlife for Jesus-lovers:

Kerr explained what’s going on during a recent livestream (around the 12:00 mark).

.. And right now, I want to show, just to bless you, if you’ve never seen Heaven, or anything that really exists in Heaven, we’re gonna show you a picture of a place called The Portal. Literally, these are all over Heaven, and God made them, so your family members and friends living in Heaven can go to this place. They walk up these steps, and they can look over a balcony, literally, and they can see you on this Earth.

Now I will say this… They don’t see any horrible things happening to you. They don’t see the disasters. They get to see things like, um, marriages, babies being born, important days in your life when you said, “I wish my mom, my dad, my sister, my brother,” on down the list, you wish they could be there. They certainly will know about it, and they will not miss your special days on this Earth.

I will say this also: On your birthday, they go to this place. They look down… and sing “Happy Birthday” to you even though you cannot hear them

It’s one thing to fantasize about your loved ones being able to share special moments with you even after they die. That’s just a human instinct. But to pretend that anything like this exists, and to lead gullible people on with an image of it, and to give them false hope, is just Christian cruelty.

(Thanks to Kyle for the link)

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