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 2017 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…
In THIS VIDEO from 6 January 2018 (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. 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.
Have YOU had a vision of Jesus? I would love to hear about it in the comments!
ETA 4 July 2020: A while back, I took down all the posts I wrote about Doreen Virtue back in 2017-2018. Those posts exposed her lies and mistreatment of students after her conversion but I decided to leave this crucial piece of information up. On 1 July 2020, Doreen published this post, where she leaves out that a whole year after her vision, and quite a while after she was truly saved (she claims to not know the exact date but says some time in July-August 2017), she tried to monetize that same vision…
Prints were on sale for a while but that soon stopped and I think it might have something to do with this article. I unpublished this article a while back but after reading Doreen’s blog post about her vision, I felt it would only be fair to republish it so that people can use their discernment based on facts.
This has nothing to do with vengeance, anger, or hatred toward Doreen Virtue. It’s been a while since I forgave her completely, even for threatening to sue me for telling the truth about the rescue pigs. I just think it’s good to be aware that she doesn’t always speak the truth and there are still many better teachers of the faith out there.
The truth matters.