Spiritual Phenomena are extrasensory human phenomena that require a connection to a participating supernatural being in order to happen.

Occurrences of Spiritual Phenomena have been recorded for thousands of years.  Many believe that Spiritual Phenomena are in opposition to religion.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

The faculties of spiritual vision, hearing and sensing are shown from the very beginning of time to the present moment.  They have been recorded in history books, journals, diaries, in the Bible from beginning to the very end.  Spiritual Phenomena were accepted as natural phenomena, not as unusual, fictitious or a false occurrence.  The Bible also takes the seeing and the hearing of the Spiritual in a very matter-of-fact way, as if pointing to the complete naturalness of anything super-physical.  More often than not, the sights and sounds were not of a subjective nature, as on many occasions they were witnessed by more than one individual and were shown to be completely external.

The intervention of Spiritual Phenomena into the affairs of mankind have always occurred.  The appearance of the Spiritual in this world is not restricted to those few occurrences recorded in the Bible, and not only continue to occur daily, but more often than you would think.  There is no culture, no religion, no ethnic group that have not had experiences of Spiritual Phenomena.

The Lord appeared to Moses at Mamre (Gen.18:1)

Angels of God met Jacob, and he saw them, after his departure from Laban (Gen.32:1,2)

The same man 'wrestled' with a being, of whose spiritual nature and power he was so convinced as to say:
"I have seen God face to face" (Gen.32:24-30)

An angel appeared to Moses at Horeb (Ex.3:2)

Balaam, after the opening of his spiritual eyes, saw the angel of the Lord standing in the way (Num.22:31)

Joshua beheld a spiritual being, who describes himself as: "the captain of the host of the Lord",
standing over and against him (Josh.5:13)

An angel appeared to Gideon at Ophrah (Jud.6:12)

David and Ornan both saw an angel by the threshing-place (2 Sam.24:17 & 1 Chron.21:20)

The Lord appeared to Solomon (2 Chron.7:12)

An angel appeared to Zacharias the priest (Luke 1:11)

The angel Gabriel came to the mother of our Lord (Luke 1:28)

The angel of the Lord came upon the shepherds of Bethlehem (Luke 2:9)

Suddenly a multitude of heavenly beings were with this angel, in the presence of men (Luke 2:13)

Jesus and John the Baptist both saw the Spirit of God descending,
manifested in the form of a dove (Matt.3:16 & John 1:32)

The presence of an angel at Christ's sepulcher so alarmed the watchers
that they became as dead men (Matt.38:4)

The women entering the same sepulcher saw a spiritual being and were afraid (Mark 16:5)

After the resurrection of Christ many departed saints appeared to many at Jerusalem (Matt.27:52)

Two spiritual beings stood by the disciples on Mount Olivet (Acts 1:10)

St Stephen, just before his martyrdom saw Christ (Acts 7:55)

Christ, after He had left the Earth was seen by St Paul (1Cor.15:8)

Angels stood before Cornelius (Acts 10:30); by the side of St Peter in the prison (Acts 12:7);
and by St Paul on board a ship (Acts 27:23)

Three "men" stood by Abraham as he sat by his tent door

A "man" wrestled with Jacob until the breaking of the day

A young "man" arrayed in a white robe sat within the sepulchre

Two "men" stood beside the disciples at Olivet

Cornelius, when recounting his conscious experience with the Spiritual said:
"A man stood before me in bright clothing"

Moses in the wilderness beheld a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush.
The fact that it was not a fire which burned according to earthly principles of combustion
was observed because the bush burned but was not consumed (Ex.3:2)

The Israelites on leaving Egypt were guided by a pillar of cloud,
whose nonphysical nature is denoted by its appearance at night as a pillar of fire (Ex.13:21)

When Moses ascended Mount Sinai the "glory of the Lord" abode upon the mountain
and the sight of it was like a devouring fire in the eyes of the children of Israel (Ex.24:16 & 17)

The same "glory" filled the tabernacle (Ex.40:34,35)

At the prayer of Elijah on mount Carmel, the fire of the Lord fell and consumed the sacrifice;
wood, stones and dust, and licked up the water in the trench around the altar (1Kings 18:38)

At the passing away of the same prophet, Elisha saw a chariot of fire and horses of fire (2Kings 2:12)

The young man, the servant of Elisha, saw (when the eyes of his spiritual body had been opened in answer to the prayer of the seer) the mountain full of horses and chariots of fire round about his master (2Kings 6:7)

The "glory" of the Lord filled the newly dedicated temple of King Solomon (2Chron.5:14)

On the same occasion "when all the children of Israel saw how the fire came down and the glory of the Lord upon the house, they bowed themselves with their faces to the ground
upon the pavement and worshipped (2Chron.7:3)" (that is to say that the sight of the supernormal awed them).

Belshazzar, in the midst of a licentious banquet saw a spiritual materializationthat took the form of the fingers of a man's hand writing his sentence of condemnation
upon the plaster of the wall of the King's palace (Dan.5:5)

At night, a bright light (physically unaccountable) shone round the shepherds of Bethlehem (Luke 2:9)

The eastern philosophers were induced to travel to Jerusalem
in consequence of a moving light in the atmosphere (assumed to be a star)
which at length hovered over the place where the infant Savior was (Matt.2:9)

At the Transfiguration a bright cloud overshadowed the three apostles (Matt.7:5)

At the Crucifixion the enormous veil at the temple was rent in twain
from the top to the bottom by an unseen force (Matt.27:51)

At Pentecost an abnormal sound as of the rushing of a mighty wind was heard and felt,
and tongues of fire were seen (Acts 2:2,3)

St Stephen, as he stood before the council, was spiritually overshadowed and all present
"saw his face as if it had been the face of an angel" (Acts 6:15)

Saul of Tarsus, while on his errand of persecution, as well as those with him,
saw a great light which blinded the former (Acts 9:3&8 & 22:9)

Abraham on plains of Mamre, Moses at the burning bush, Balaam as he went to fulfill request of princes
of Moab, Joshua when near Jericho Gideon near Ophrah, Elijah as he reclined beneath a juniper tree,
Zacharias in the temple of Jerusalem, The Virgin Mary in her home at Nazareth,
St Peter in his prison, and St Paul on the ship all heard voices.

In a cave at En-dor, a woman saw the spirit of Samuel who addressed Saul the King at length, foretelling
of his (and his sons) departure from physical life and their arrival in the Spiritual World "on the morrow"

Transfiguration: three apostles saw and heard both Moses and Elijah conversing with the Savior
about His decease which He should accomplish in Jerusalem

Adam and Eve in the cool of day heard a Voice in the garden

Apparently apart from any visible demonstration,
on several occasions a Voice is heard by Abraham to which he is able to converse

An invisible angel called to Hagar "out of heaven" when she was sitting in the wilderness
weeping over the prospect of the death of her boy

In the Tabernacle-chambers, an unseen speaker three times called Samuel by name
and conveyed a message through him to Eli

At Horeb, during a wild convulsion of nature, Elijah heard a still, small voice reproving him
for his pessimism and despair

Eliaphaz the Temanite heard a voice of an unseen spiritual intelligence:"...spirit passed before my eyes...image...I heard a voice saying: 'shall mortal men be more just than God' ?" (Job 4:15-17)

At the baptism of our Lord the Father was invisible but His Voice was heard proclaiming:
"This is My beloved Son"

This same Voice is referred to as having come from the "excellent glory" (2Peter 1:17)

At the Transfiguration the Voice of the unseen Speaker was heard again, declaring the same truth

Within the precincts of the Temple of Jerusalem it was heard a third time: "The people stood by and heard it and said that it thundered: others (the more clairaudient) said an angel spoke to him"

The voice of Christ addressed Saul of Tarsus, and those who were journeying with him
"stood speechless, hearing a voice but seeing no man"

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