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NDE: Young Soldier vision of massive bloody genocide of non-

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As a young man, Rudenski believed in the inevitability of the day when G-d in his glory would return to earth and foment a massive bloody genocide of non-believers.

The young soldier went to The Light and returned to his life as a soldier but could no longer kill or support the vision of Armageddon that he not only had believed before he met the light but actively had desired and fantasized about.

He left the military and free of the puppet strings of religion, promotes peace between all people religious or not.

Prior to my NDE, I believed G-d hated people who were Gay, Atheists, Communists, Muslims, Catholics and I even believed that most human beings would burn in hell because they did not believe in a religion...

My NDE changed that about me. I learned that The Light I met in heaven loved the very people I thought G-d hated like crazy...

When I returned to my body and re-entered the military, I could no longer hate the enemies of my country enough to kill them or help others do so... so I left the army... I was disgusted by religious intolerance after my NDE and could not step foot in a religious building for years as the teachers of my brand of religion taught a hateful story of a villain deity that far and away not recognizable in context to the being of Light I met in my NDE.

In my NDE, I met a being much like Jesus and I met a being I called G-d but The Light didn't wear that name well. Today, I have a personal name for G-d and I call it Y-h(pronounced Yaw) which to me is like a set of verbs and verbish words disguised as adjectives are all added together and becomes a noun like being also called The Light by many who have NDE's:  Kindness; Compassion, Gentleness, Beauty, Dignity,  and deep down belly laughter, all added together  is often assumed to be a noun called Love. I have also called this being the sum of all love.