OK. A few questions for the OP: Quoting: 4Q529
Do you understand that, in his reply to the Sadducees, Jesus specifically condemned the Pharisaical doctrine of the physical raising of a dead body from the grave as a doctrine of the Egyptian 'god of the dead' (Chapter 20:38 of the Gospel of Luke) religion?
Do you understand that, in Chapter 20:34-36 of the Gospel of Luke, Jesus describes, in figurative language, the revelation of the memories of previous lives (echoing the figurative descriptions in Chapter 26:19 of the Book of Isaiah and Chapter 27:52-53 of the Gospel of Matthew)?
Do you understand that, because Jesus taught a Doctrine of 'Rebirth' (and that John the Baptist was Elijah 'raised from the dead'), this 'vision' that you call it is nothing more than a delusion?
And do you understand that, it is specifically because of delusions such as this--along with the florid psychotic delusions of the 'Rapture' and the return of Jesus 'riding a white horse out of the sky' (rather than returning in accordance with the Doctrine of "resurrection"/'rebirth')--that this civilization is being pushed into the horrors of the "time of trouble" Prophesied in Chapter 12:1 of the Book of Daniel?
And the answer to all of these questions is: OF COURSE NOT.
The doctrines you refer to or worse than useless compared such a pure message as learning to always forgive and love instead of hate. To my mind all the doctrine men have specifically
established beyond that one simple teaching has been our problem all along.
Also, there's no need to SHOUT
The fundamental problem with the 'vision' of the OP is that it is an obvious expression of idolatry. He has created a 'god' in his own image; a man whose principal concern is about being loved
and forgiven more than anything else; while having no
concern whatsoever about Doctrinal Truth.
If you pay close attention to the emotion-packed words which describe this 'vision', you will begin to get some idea of the kind of emotional attachments that the pagan idolators established with the graven images that they worshiped. They projected images of "love" and "forgiveness" and "mercy" upon these graven images and then fell down and worshiped them. This 'vision' of the OP is merely an 'updated' version of this.
In any case, I got nothing against love.
What I object to is that there is no Doctrinal
context which establishes the basis of the importance of love. That is, the reason why
you should "love your neighbor as yourself" is because, in a previous life, or in a future life, you may very well have been
or you may very well be
your "neighbor". In other words, if you hate people because of their race, or sex, or religion, or nationality, or economic status; and you commit evil against them, in your very next life you may very well be in the position of suffering precisely the consequences of the hatred that you put in motion by your actions in that previous life.
If you are a Muslim and hate Jews, or if you are a Christian and hate Muslims or Jews, you may very well be a member of the religious community that you hate in your next life.
Not committing evil against another person then comes down to not love so much; but, rather, nothing more than common sense and self-interest.
And it is this kind of common sense which is sorely lacking among the Jewish, Christian and Muslim religious 'authorities' in pursuit of the doctrines and delusions of Satan; which religious doctrines are specifically
inciting the "time of trouble".