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What if you knew the future?

This is the story of KJ Halliday Jnr. An artist and long time writer from Australia. He is the creator of the online only digital series Salvation, Faith Restored and The Seven Seals. In this new series, he explores his own experience of living with bipolar disorder, as well as the religiosity and part-time prophecy it has entailed.

 

As the author who successfully warned not only Australia, but the world about the upcoming threat from covid-19, this is sure to be an eye-opening experience.

A little-known symptom of bipolar affective disorder is religiosity, and so, as some people know, my writing and other creative work is influenced by both my bipolar and my faith. So where does faith end and mental illness begin? Does my mental illness negate the very real prophetic works I have completed, under the guidance of what I call (because of my own religious and cultural experience) the “Holy Spirit”? It is something I would describe as “connecting all things” – something perhaps a particle physicist could explain better than I. We are all connected, and if you listen in just the right way, existence itself will speak to you.

HOWEVER, that all sounds great when I write it out. The reality is shittier, and messier than anything you could describe as a “religious experience”. I have been hospitalised, had police involved in my creative projects, destroyed friendships and family connections – all while bringing up a beautiful daughter and taking care of a beautiful wife (and being taken care of). I am, scarily, living how I was in a vision I had something like 20 years ago. That is where this story will begin. 

THIS IS NOT A RELIGIOUS WORK

After this, I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people, and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands.

Revelation 7:9

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