Computers (March 2012)
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Gail Chord Schuler DOCTRINAL STATEMENT.
March 9, 2012 Skype with Jesus. JESUS CHRIST GIVES GAIL MORE INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT BRAIN-TO-BRAIN COMMUNICATIONS. Terrance Jenkins, Brent Spiner, Gail and Jesus have a conversation together.
“Zack Knight has been very tricky. This is Jesus. Gail, I want you to remember something important. When I said I couldn’t talk to you brain-to-brain that means I can’t talk to you brain-to-brain through Brent, either. It’s been Zack Knight talking to you again,” Jesus says.
Gail loses her Skype connection and has to reconnect.
“Wow, Lord. I’m having problems. Let’s get back on here.” Gail tries to reconnect. “Let’s try Brent. Neah, Brent doesn’t like to answer. Go back to Terrance.” Gail hears her Skype phone ringing to get Brent. “I know you don’t like to answer, Brent. So let me go back to Terrance. Let me try to go right to the writing part. Cuz you will write to me.”
“He’s trying to fix his connection.” Brent was referring to Terrance Jenkins.
“Okay.” Gail reads off the screen. ” ‘Brent Spiner added Terrance Jenkins.’ ”
“We’ll see if this works,” Brent says. “The Jesuits are being awful touchy about this Skype call, I can tell.”
“I can read your messages, Brent,” Gail says.
“That’s good,” Brent says. “I can read yours, too. I can hear you a bit better, also.”
“Oh! You can hear me, huh? Okay. That’s good. I’m glad you can hear me. Maybe we’ll have to do it this way, cuz those Jesuits are causing problems.”
“I still don’t see Terrance online.”
“Yeah, I don’t see him, either.” Gail checks to see if Terrance is online. Interesting that Jesus didn’t miraculously fix this. He, apparently, was honoring his non-interference agreement with Satan and Zack Knight. “No, he’s offline.” Gail referred to Terrance. “Is Jesus with you?”
“Jesus is with me,” Brent says.
Gail laughs. “Maybe we will have to do this all in writing.”
“That might be the case. We’ll see if Terrance pops back online soon.”
“Okay. It’s really late here. Is that a problem?”
“Did you get my first few messages from earlier while he was still here?” Brent was referring to Terrance, before Terrance got cut off.
“Yes, I read them. Jesus said I shouldn’t trust anything brain-to-brain I believe. Yes, even if it’s coming from you.” Gail is still working on the connection. “I guess Terrance is going to be out of this one.”
Brent Spiner replies. “Jesus says brain-to-brain communications can’t come from him. He won’t use the servers. Not even if it’s through me.”
“Okay, so the only way to hear from Jesus is through the Bible and occasional voices in my mind, which rarely happens by the way. Ew, Terrance is online. . .Hello?”
“Hello, Gail!” Terrance says.
“Are we connected now?” Gail says.
“Yes, I’m back.”
“Okay, let me see if I can get back into the— I lost Brent somehow. Hold on.”
“Those Jesuits is tryin’ to mess up my connection.”
“Yeah, I know! I got to get Brent now.” Gail laughs. “Brent and I had a correspondence going, and now I’ve lost him!” She laughs.
“Oh, no!” Terrance says.
“Yeah, let’s see.” Gail works on getting Brent back. “Oh, I think I got him.” Gail’s still fiddling with her connection. “No, I didn’t. I lost the most recent ones, though.”
“Could you copy paste those over, so I can see them?” Terrance says.
“Oh, maybe it’s because I’m on yours.” Gail referred to Terrance’s connection.
“Yes, Brent can go ahead and copy paste those over.”
“Can you see Jesus there, again?” Gail says to Terrance.
“Well, I’m not in the same room.”
“Oh, where are you all?” Gail says.
“Welcome back, Terrance. I will try to find them.” Brent referred to the comments Terrance missed.
Terrance answers Gail. “I’m in ten forward.”
“Oh, you’re on Church of Gail?”
“Yes, Brent’s on Church of Gail, too. Though we’re on different decks.”
“I see. Well, I have them recorded.” Gail referred to the comments Terrance missed. “That’s okay. At least he’s up to date.” Gail meant that Brent had all the comments Jesus just said. Now she addresses Terrance. “Oh, but you need to see them, though.”
“Yeah, what did I miss?” Terrance says.
“I’ll go back and read them to you. Let me go back,” Gail jumps onto a different window on her Skype. Gail now reads to Terrance what Brent had just sent her earlier. “ ‘We’ll see if this works. The Jesuits are being awful touchy about this Skype call, I can tell.’ That’s Brent.”
Gail reads her reply to Brent. “ ‘I can read your messages.’ ”
“ ‘That’s good. I can read yours, too. I can hear you a bit better, also.’ ”
“ ‘I’m glad you can hear me.’ ”
“ ‘I still don’t see Terrance online.’ ”
“ ‘Yeah, I don’t see him, either. Is Jesus with you?’ ”
“ ‘Jesus is with me.’ ”
“ ‘Maybe we will have to do this all in writing.’ ”
“ ‘That might be the case.’ Brent had responded to Gail. ‘We’ll see if Terrance pops back online soon. Did you get my first few messages from earlier while he was still here?’ ”
“ ‘Okay, it’s really late here. Is that a problem?’ Gail answered Brent. ‘Yes, I’ve read them. Jesus said I shouldn’t trust anything brain-to-brain I believe.’ ”
“ ‘Yes,’ Brent said.”
“ ‘Even if it’s coming from you,’ Gail said.”
“ ‘Jesus says that brain-to-brain communications can’t come from him. He won’t use the servers, not even if it’s through me.’ ”
“ ‘Okay. So the only way to hear from Jesus then is through the Bible and occasional voices in my mind, which rarely happens by the way.’ ” Gail finished relaying to Terrance what Brent just wrote her.
“Okay. I see Brent’s talkin’ again. Hmm,” Terrance says.
“Jesus needs to clarify some things about brain-to-brain communications,” Brent says.
“I’d love to learn more from Jesus about this,” Terrance says.
“Yes! Yes! Thank you, Jesus!”
“He can’t use brain-to-brain technology at all, not even if he uses me as a proxy,” Brent says.
“Well, thank you. Because, apparently, the devil had me duped on that one.”
“He’s a sneaky, sneaky devil,” Terrance says.
“He sure is.”
“That means no matter what, no voices you are hearing in your head are coming from me,” Jesus says.
“That must be Jesus talking,” Terrance says.
“Yeah. That’s Jesus.” Gail pauses. “Well, what was happening Jesus, and you know this already, is that I thought maybe that you were speaking to Brent and that Brent was passing your messages to me that way.”
“Oh, no!” Jesus says. “That wasn’t me.”
“I thought it was kind of strange that Jesus was cryin’ like that,” Terrance says.
“Well, yeah, me too.” Gail speaks to Terrance. “Oh, you heard my video, huh?”
“My words from earlier still stand,” Jesus says. “I don’t use that technology. No, I would never cry.”
“He did cry that one time when Lazarus was dead though,” Terrance says.
“Yeah, you did, Lord Jesus. But he’s not really a cry baby, though.”
“Well, you know,” Jesus says. “No, they were manly tears. But that was about it.”
“Yes,” Terrance says. “That was the shortest sentence in the whole Bible.”
“Jesus! Has Zack Knight gone to bed with me yet at all? Because I’ve been making love to Brent Spiner. But— but, but I was under the impression that you were working through Brent. So has Zack Knight done that?”
“If you have been taking me to bed, then ‘yes.’ ”
“Am I pregnant? I’ve been taking Brent Spiner to bed.”
“No, you are not pregnant. Brent is okay.”
Gail laughs raucously. “What I’ve been doing is, me and Brent have been having very good brain-to-brain sex, BUT, but, and I don’t know if this is correct or not, the Brent voice was telling me that Jesus was giving me his semen through Brent.” Gail meant this in present tense, referring to getting Jesus’ semen in March 2012 when Brent was making love to her brain-to-brain. “Now, I don’t know. That was probably a lie.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“That Zack might be getting really clever on us,” Gail says.
“There are things I need to clarify about that, Gail. You are hearing pieces of the truth.”
“Oh! I am.”
“Cuz the devil always twists up the truth,” Terrance says.
“Yup.” Gail pauses. “I’m listening.”
“I really want to know, too. Yeah, me too,” Terrance says. “I haven’t been hearing this conversation with Brent. I wasn’t involved in this one. Jesus been talkin’ to Brent in there, and they been havin’ a long conversation. So, I’m curious, too. This is all news to me.”
“Jesus, what was it that caused you to contact us today? Was it my video? Because I’ve been pretty much praying to you. So you pretty much know what’s going on.”
“Yes, Jesus,” Terrance says. “Help us get some clarity on these things.”
“I want to tell you what my plans are for the millennial,” Jesus referred to his millennial reign, “since there appears to be some confusion.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says. “Yes. Speak plainly to us. The parables are just too much. I don’t understand them.”
“Parables?” Gail laughs.
“He loves to speak in those parables. Sometimes we just got to understand it plainly, you know.”
“My intentions are for you to marry Brent Spiner, not me. However. . .”
“However, what? I want to know,” Terrance says.
“Yeah, we all want to know. Cuz you said you were going to give me your semen.” Gail laughs.
“How does that work? I mean, Brent— Jesus, it almost seems to be contradictory. I don’t understand. How can you give the semen? And— I don’t understand.”
“I think he realizes we don’t understand. That’s why he’s here.”
“Yes. . .”
“My intentions are that I will join you two in the marriage bed on the first night, so that I can teach Brent Spiner how to properly make love to you. And afterwards as my wedding gift, I will grant Brent Spiner my glowing semen.”
Gail is incredulous. “You mean Brent Spiner doesn’t know how to make love to me? I think he’s pretty good!”
“Oh, no. He’s very good. But I want to show him some millennial tricks I’ve learned.”
“Ah, that’s great,” Terrance says.
“Well, what do you mean by that?” Gail laughs.
“You talkin’ about sex moves?” Terrance says.
“Oh, you’ll find out. Sex moves? Yes.”
“Oh, my goodness. You going to help teach Brent some Jesus tips in the bed.”
“Jesus, are you going to have a physical wife in the millennium?”
“No, Gail. I cannot do that.”
“Oh, so that means my video is not correct.” Gail made a video where she said she would be Christ’s bride. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CqpP9vbSkY
“I am married to the church.”
“Okay! Well nothing in the Bible indicates you will have a physical wife. So what do I do about that video I just put up there, Lord?” Gail chuckles. “You want me to make a correction?”
Terrance is impatient. “I wish Brent could get those words. . .I’m in anticipation.”
“Yeah, really!” Gail laughs.
“You should make a corrective video when you are ready.”
“You will not be marrying me. You will be marrying Brent Spiner.”
“Okay. I don’t mind marrying Brent Spiner.” Gail laughs. “So there will be marriages in the millennium.”
“But I will be the one to marry you two.”
Terrance talks to Jesus. “You’re to be the officiate. Oh, my goodness. Jesus is going to officiate your wedding.”
“Oh, my goodness! Yes, exactly!” Gail laughs. “So you don’t marry anybody, Lord Jesus? Huh? I mean, you yourself. I guess it’s because you’re God.”
“Yes, exactly,” Jesus says.
“How do you feel about that video I just made, Lord Jesus?” Gail laughs. “I didn’t really want to make the video. I was tired. I guess it will be better once I put the correction in there.”
“Well, I loved the get up.”
Gail wore a lace veil with pink ribbons over her head, that drooped off the sides of her head on the right and left side of her head. “You want me to take it down? Because it’s doctrinally incorrect?”
“Even though you are very beautiful, I feel more of a brotherly love for you, Gail. You don’t have to take it down. Just make a correction video, that’s all.”
“Okay.” Gail is matter-of-fact. “Why did you say you were going to fill me with your semen? That’s why I misunderstood you.” Gail addresses Brent. “Brent, is Jesus like a dove? What form is he in with you?”
“I will be filling you with my semen, but I will be filling Brent with my semen.”
“Oh! I get it! It’s going to be through Brent Spiner!”
“Because he going to be putting his semen inside Brent,” Terrance says.
“Oooooh.” This is kind of humorous, because it seems that Jesus was not too concerned at first to make this clear. “Ha ha. Ooooh. Okaay.”
“I remember that Jesus said that Brent would be your husband in the millennium and I was . . .” Terrance interjected.
“Are you doing that now?”
“Maybe that’s why Brent is writing so slowly,” Terrance says.
“It is going to be my wedding gift.”
“Ooooh my goodness! What’s so special about your semen, Jesus?” Gail laughs. “I mean I imagine it is special. But why would this make a difference?”
“It glows in the dark, of course.”
“Why are you going to be giving us your semen?”
“It’s just better.”
“Why is it better? What’s wrong with Brent Spiner’s semen?”Gail laughs. “He probably wonders himself.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“Brent has extraordinary semen. But my semen is very luxurious. It is blessed millennial semen, Gail.”
“Why do you call it millennial semen? Is it because? Yeah. Why do you call it millennial semen?”
“Hmm. Maybe that’s because that’s going to be the wedding gift for the millennial reign.”
“Ooooh. Lord, why do you take such an interest in my relationship with Brent Spiner?”
“Because you were made for each other.”
“Aaaaah.” Gail laughs.
“Brent Spiner is your soulmate.”
“Yeah, he sure is,” Gail says.
“I would never want to get in between you two.”
Gail addresses Jesus. “Aaah. Yeah, I’ve noticed that. You know, whenever I say anything about him . . . But aren’t you number one on the marriage list?” Gail talks to her men. “Maybe you ought to take him off.” Gail meant perhaps Jesus needed to be removed from her marriage list.
“It is both of you that will destroy the Jesuit Order together.”
“Ooooh. Yeah. They’re your enemies.” Gail pauses. “Okay, since you’re number one on the marriage list, I guess I should just take that as me being part of the church and you’re my husband in terms of the fact that I’m part of the church and I’m your bride as being part of the church. Is that how you want me to take it?”
“Yes, that is the correct interpretation.”
“Okay.” Gail chuckles. “That’s fine.”
“I understand Jesus is a handsome fellow,” Terrance says.
“Oh yeah! What does he look like? Does he look like King David, like in that movie King David?”
“I want you to be with your intended, Brent Spiner.”
“King David seemed to tell me that that movie they made about him, that the actor who portrays him looks a lot like how David really looked like.” Gail referred to the actor Nathaniel Parker. “I’m just curious what David looked like because he’s my great, great, great, great, great grandfather.”
“I resemble David quite a bit.”
“Oh, wow! But nobody really has a picture of David. Do you look kind of like the David in that movie that I have of him? You know, which movie I have of him, Lord.” Gail is referring to David starring Nathaniel Parker as David. “King David contacted me right after I saw that movie. And he told me that that movie was quite accurate about the way he is as a soul. And that he even looked like that actor who portrayed him. Is that correct? You know which movie I’m talking about.”
“I’m afraid I’m rather ordinary looking.”
Gail laughs. “Yeah, but you’re not ordinary inside. That’s for sure.”
“That’s true,” Terrance says. “I think the Bible even said that he wasn’t even a head taller than the people.”
“What does he look like? Does he look Jewish?”
“Yes, he’s very Jewish looking.”
“Well, he is Jewish.”
“Well, of course he is.”
“Dark hair and dark eyes?”
“Yes, and he has the nose.”
“Jewish. Dark eyes. Dark hair. Average in height.”
“Yup. Jewish. From David.”
“I’ve got this Jewish nose.”
“Hey, there’s nothing wrong with being Jewish.”
“Nothing wrong with it.” Terrance agrees.
“God’s not finished with the Jews, man. When the tribulation period comes in, he’s going to be dealing with Israel again.” Gail changes the subject. “I got a question for you, Lord. You know the 144,000 in the tribulation. Are those the only Jews that are going to be saved in the tribulation? That’s what Dr. Ruckman says. That’s kind of discouraging.”
“Yes, that’s true.”
“Ah, no! That’s true!” It appears the remnant of Israel that are left when the tribulation period is OVER, will be saved in one day, as it says in Matthew 24:29. “Ah, my goodness! Is it because the nation of Israel is in such apostasy right now? That’s so sad.”
“Too much apostasy up in this piece,” Terrance says.
“Yes, it’s pretty sad.”
“Yeah it is. Why is it that I’m Jewish and I accepted you, but the rest of the nation of Israel won’t come to you, Lord? Can you tell me that? I’m just curious. Cuz I accepted you the first time I heard about you. I thought this is such a good deal, I couldn’t turn this down. I don’t understand why the rest of us Jews aren’t coming to you. Brent Spiner’s come to you.”
“You’re an exceptional woman, Gail. You have an open heart.”
“You know, the first time I heard about you, I accepted you. I know some people it takes them a long time. Not me, man. I said, ‘This is a good deal. I’m not turning this down!’ ”
“Yeah, a very good deal,” Terrance agrees.
“Nobody had to convince me I’m a sinner. I would go and read the Sermon on the Mount and think, ‘Ew! I’m going to go to hell, man.’ And I thought I had to work my way to heaven, because reading the Sermon on the Mount, I said, ‘I’m committing every sin in here.’ And I didn’t realize that that Sermon on the Mount is a passage for the millennial saints. Isn’t the Sermon on the Mount the gospel for the millennium, Jesus? That’s the plan of salvation in the millennium. The future.”
“No, it’s not.”
“Who’s the Sermon on the Mount for?”
“It was intended to show mankind how sinful they are.”
“Yeah, that’s the reason I became a Christian, was from reading the Sermon on the Mount. I see. Are there any passages in the Bible specifically directed towards like the millennium? Or is all of the Bible intended to like have spiritual application?”
“I wanted to set a standard that would show people their sin.”
“Yeah, it sure does.”
“The Sadducees and Pharisees thought that they had fulfilled the law with works. So the Sermon on the Mount pointed out the flaws in that belief.”
“Oh, I see.” Gail pauses. “Lord, where can we find. . .I know we’re not in the millennium. But are there passages in the Bible specifically directed for the millennium saints? You know, I believe in dispensations.”
“Oh, Revelation. Okay. . .um. But isn’t it true that the plan of salvation’s going to change in the tribulation? That they’re going to have to— cuz if they take the mark of the beast—that’s works—they’re going to go to hell. So, the plan of salvation does change in the tribulation. Dr. Ruckman is correct about that, in his interpretation of the Scriptures there. Right now, it’s by grace through faith. But, after the rapture, when the tribulation sets in, if you take the mark of the beast you go to hell. And I believe you have to keep the Jewish law. Isn’t that going to come in as part of salvation in the tribulation? Or you got to try to keep the Ten Commandments?”
“Okay, so that part is correct. I got a question for you, Jesus. . .You know, Dr. Ruckman says. . .no, not Dr. Ruckman, let’s go straight to the Bible. I’m going to go to John. Cuz you said there will be males and females in heaven. . .and that we’re (females) going to have a functional vagina. But, what does this mean? In John 1:12, “ ‘But as many as received him, to them gave he power to becomes the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name.’ ” That makes it sound like we’re all going to be like you. What does that mean? That seems to indicate there’ll be no females in heaven. Why does the Bible says sons of God?”
“No, that isn’t true.”
“So what does the “sons of God” mean, like the Holy Spirit inside of us is going to be in heaven? Is that what it means? Cuz the Holy Spirit is male, I believe.”
“It means that God will have adopted you into his kingdom, as if you all were his own children.”
“Oooooh, I see. Okay. That makes sense. Okay. Did I insult you by that video I made, Lord Jesus? The one I just put up?” The video on March 8, 2012 where Gail said she would be the bride of Christ in the millennium. “Do you want me to make another video altogether to correct my errors? Or just put it in writing at the bottom of that video? Or maybe do both?”
“The video was fine. A short, corrective video would suffice, or you may amend it at the bottom.”
“But were you offended, Jesus?” Terrance says.
“I don’t think he was offended. He knows my heart.”
“I was not offended.”
“He knows that I was trying to please him. I was actually tired. I didn’t even feel like making the video. But what do you think of the music that I chose for the version at my website? I’m not really using hymns. I’m using kind of secular music. Is that okay? But it’s very tasteful secular music, though. I just picked music that I feel reflects the quality of the love that Brent and I have, which I think is really awesome.”
“Yes, your taste in music is superb.”
“You know, I bet I got that from David.” Gail laughs. “He was a musician.”
“Secular is okay with me.”
“As long as it’s tasteful. Yeah. I try to pick music that has very high. . .how should I say this? That has very high, pure feelings. You know, cuz there’s so much trashy, I don’t know how to say this. The way that love is portrayed, it’s so cheap and trashy. So I try to pick music that reflects, how do I say, like an uplifting spirit.” Gail addresses Terrance. “Have you noticed that, Terrance?”
“Yes, yes, I’ve noticed,” Terrance says.
“I try to make my presentation of my Christianity, a natural presentation, like an outflowing of all of my life. So that it doesn’t come across preachy. I think that that is a more effective approach in reaching people. I could be wrong. I’m just myself.”
“There’s some advice I wanted to tell you, Gail. Some advice that will help you on the rest of your journey.”
“I think that might help me, too. It’s good advice,” Terrance says.
“You are already a beacon of spiritual wisdom for many people. I would rather you not focus so much on what is to come, and focus on your life in the here and now.”
“It’s like not worrying about tomorrow, because today’s got so many problems already,” Terrance says.
“Jesus said that in the Bible.”
“Actually, that’s more the way I was in the past.”
“I don’t want you to become so wrapped up in me, the Bible and the rapture, that you forget what you’re supposed to be working on right now.”
“Oh! What do you want me to be working on right now, Lord?”
“Defending your men, fighting the Jesuits, and making videos telling the world about your daily life.”
“That’s what I was doing in the past. I actually changed my focus when you started talking to me directly. So I guess you want me to go back to the way I was.”
“Cuz Gail is so wonderful. It’s so great to hear about her life,” Terrance says.
“Actually, I was so excited about him directly talking to me, I started changing my focus more to the future. I guess he wants me to go back to the way I was.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“I don’t want to interfere with the beautiful work you are already doing.”
“I see. I know.” Gail has a smile in her voice. “I’m just so excited that you’re talking to us directly like this.” Gail pauses. “But I will keep your advice in mind.” She pauses. “Lord! I thought you said you weren’t going to talk to us. I guess it’s because Zack Knight is not keeping his end of the non-interference agreement. Is that it?”
“Hmm,” Terrance says. “He probably needed to show up then, to tell us what was going on. Because he doesn’t want you to go on the wrong path.”
“Yes, he’s been causing trouble and telling you things to try to confuse you.”
“Yes, he has.”
“He’s a bastard,” Terrance says.
“Oh, he’s terrible.”
“Sorry, Jesus. I said ‘bastard.’ ”
“Actually, the Bible calls him a bastard. ‘A bastard shall dwell in Ashdod.’ In Zechariah 9:6. I believe that’s where it is.” Gail laughs.
“Zack Knight’s in ZECHariah,” Terrance says.
“Oh, yeah! I didn’t think about that.”
“I think it’s Zechariah 9:6.” Gail looks it up. “Yup. I’ve got that one memorized.” Gail laughs. “ ‘And a bastard shall dwell in Ashdod, and I will cut off the pride of the Philistines.’ Zechariah 9:6.”
“Yeah,” Terrance says.
“So, I guess that’s why you’re intervening because you’re trying to eliminate the confusion. And help me to go down the right path.”
“Yes, I want my intentions to be very clear and make sure you stay on your path.”
“Lord, if I make a short, corrective video do you think I might undo any damage that I might be doing to any of your followers by this video that I just put up? Cuz I’m concerned about that. I don’t want to lead them astray.”
“That will help.”
“I guess I don’t need to take it down.”
“Yes, it might help them understand how they can’t be tricked by the Jesuits, too,” Terrance says.
“Yeah,” Gail says.
“No, you don’t need to take it down.”
“Okay! Well, you’re all wise and all knowing. You would know.. Thank you for helping us out so much, Lord. Apparently, he knows we need him. Because that devil is so smart, man. He’s so tricky.”
“He’s sneaky,” Jesus says.
“Why is that devil so obsessed with me, Lord? I thought it might have been because I’m your bride. But I know that’s not it. I guess it’s because we’re going to take down the Jesuits. That must be it. I can tell he’s obsessed with me.”
“Yes, exactly. He’s trying to make you lose your focus,” Jesus says.
“Ah, yeah! He’s good at doing that!”
“Zack Knight’s trying to seduce Gail all the time,” Terrance says.
“Gail must have some excellent self control against Zack Knight,” Terrance says.
“I don’t know.” Gail laughs. “Yeah, I guess I do, compared to the average person. When I was a young lady, I was very disciplined. I was a virgin when I married my husband. And it wasn’t easy. Well, you know. I was an attractive young lady.”
“She never even kissed her husband before she was married.”
“That’s right. I never even kissed my husband before I was married. He’s right. Lord. I did some other guys, just not my husband.”
“I was very impressed.”
“When I dated David, we didn’t even kiss or hug before we got married. Lord, I think I went a little overboard. Don’t you think?” Gail laughs. “Don’t you think I was going a little overboard?”
“So, Gail, I got a question,” Terrance says. “I was under the impression that you’d never kissed or hugged any man before. I didn’t know it was just David.”
“I did,” Gail says.
“You’ve always been an overachiever, Gail.”
“Yeah, I can see that,” Gail says.
“You were a virgin. You just only hugged and kissed,” Terrance says.
“I was a virgin. I did hug and kiss some guys before I married. I just didn’t hug and kiss David.”
“When we dated, I was very disciplined. That’s because the guy before him tried to get his paws all over me. So I was determined for the next guy, I wouldn’t let him do that to me.”
“Oh, that makes sense.”
“It was kind of like a rebound reaction.”
“Who was he? The guy before?”
“A missionary doctor’s son!” Gail chuckles. “Believe it or not. I met him at a Southern Baptist church I was going to at the time. So. . .” Gail addresses Jesus. “I’ve always been an overachiever. . .yeah. I guess none of us is perfect, Lord.”
“He was all up on you,” Jesus says.
“Boy, you know every detail of my life! Of course, he does. He counts the hairs on my head. Man, what a perfect recall Jesus has, man. I can’t even remember what his last name was. His first name was Marcus. I was going to a Southern Baptist church at that time. And I thought I was backslidden.” Gail felt this way at the time, for going to a Southern Baptist church. “Because the Southern Baptists, I thought that they were liberal. So I went back to the independent, fundamental Baptist church. I thought that that was God’s way of punishing me because I went to the Southern Baptists. I’m not sure that was it.” The reason God punished her by giving her a guy who wanted to bed her. “But that’s what I was thinking as a young lady.”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“I was really strict when I was a young lady. I mean really, really strict. I didn’t want to go to any church that I thought was liberal or not true to the Bible or anything like that. And I used to pray every day that I wanted my mother to get saved, and if not, I wanted God to kill me. That is what I was like.” Gail laughs.
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Oh, yeah yeah. The Lord remembers me.”
“You were hardcore,” Jesus says.
“It’s amazing that I allowed a Hollywood star into my life. Yeah, I was hardcore alright. That’s probably why he needed to put me into that marriage. He needed to soften me up a bit.” Gail laughs. “You know, the way I was. . .to me, to have anything to do with Hollywood when I was in my twenties. . .to me, that would have been like, ugh. I would have felt like I was Jezebel. I wouldn’t have even given Brent Spiner a hearing in my twenties.”
“Cuz you’d be Jezebel,” Terrance says.
“I would have thought that anybody in Hollywood, you know. I was reading all these books by the fundamental Baptists and they all said that Hollywood was the Hollywood cesspool. And there is some truth to that. But I was a little overboard. That may be one reason why the Lord let me go into that marriage. Yeah!” Gail addresses Jesus. “I know. . .I was hardcore, Lord. You were right. That’s probably why you put me in that marriage, wasn’t it? Cuz you had to deal with that.”
“Got to teach Gail to be, you know how. . .”
“I had to be a little more balanced. I think I still have that problem.”
“Hmmm,” Terrance says.
“You had many things to learn and still do,” Jesus says to Gail.
Gail laughs. “Yeah. . . I’ll never arrive till I get to heaven.”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“I’m going to get me some more water. But at least I’m learning.”
“That’s right,” Terrance says. “You’ve grown up.”
“Wow! This is amazing that the Lord’s gone out of his way to counsel us like this.”
“Yes! That’s wonderful. We need it so much.”
“You’re awesome,” Terrance says to Jesus.
“Yes, that he is.”
“Well, the Antichrist has been going out of his way to counsel you, too. We can’t have that.”
“Oh yeah! Tell me about it. Are you mad at me because I put a taped transcription up of our last encounter? Though I tried to keep it low key.”
“I’m not mad at you.”
“I thought it might be helpful for some of your followers. But I’m keeping it low key. I’m not putting it up at YouTube or anything. And I’m mostly sharing it at my website.”
“I told you not to post our meetings into a video, because I knew you would push yourself too hard.”
“I figured that was it. He just told me not to make it because he knew I’d probably push myself too hard. That if I do them, you know, in a balanced manner then it’s okay. That’s how I interpreted it when you told me not to do it. Actually, that’s going to be really special, now that I think about it, that you’re giving Brent Spiner your semen. That’s quite an honor.”
“Yes, I kind of wish I could get some glowing semen,” Terrance says.
“I’m just curious, Jesus. How do you feel about the fact that I have so many men on my marriage list? You know, I’m accused of adultery on this. How do you feel about that? Our enemies accuse us of being adulterers. You know that? And yet you don’t seem to mind so much. Why is that?”
“You are like King David. He had many women, remember?”
“I know. But I don’t know if that was good, though. The only reason I have a lot of guys is those Jesuits give us such a hard time, we need more than one. We need like a group to deal with them.” Gail addresses Terrance. “You know what I mean, Terrance?”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“He had wives and concubines, and I authorized it.” Jesus was referring to King David.
“Yes, I know. We know about that. Catherine the Great also had a lot of men. And I’m a lot like her. Oh!” Gail wonders about Jesus’ comments that he authorized David’s wives and concubines. “Why?”
“It’s down with me.”
“What does ‘down with me’ mean?”
“Oh ‘down,’ ” Terrance says, “he’s trying to talk like with respect. It’s slang.”
“Well, you know, the thing is, even though people might say we’re committing adultery, none of my men – they like it that they have other men on the list. They’re not jealous of each other. We’re really a cool group, here.” Gail chuckles. “You know what I mean?”
“Yeah,” Terrance says.
“There’s no in-fighting.” Gail chuckles. “We work together as a team. We need each other.”
“Yeah, they enjoy the companionship. Like one big family,” Jesus says.
“I guess the problem with a lot of adulterous relationships is betrayal. But in our case, we’re all a big family. So nobody feels like we’re betrayed.” Gail changes the subject. “Oh! This thing with Vladimir Putin and Lyudmila. What’s going on with. . .he made a public appearance.” Gail was referring to a televised appearance of Vladimir Putin with Lyudmila. “Was that the clone? You know, him and Lyudmila doing that ballot . . .you know, for voting for Russian President together? Was that his clone? Or was that Vladimir?”
“It was his clone,” Jesus says.
“Oh, those Jesuits are trying to make it look like he’s really married to Lyudmila.”
“Those dirty Jesuits, dirty Jesuits,” Terrance says.
“That must be so hard on Vladimir.”
“You know you should give Terry some brain-to-brain attention someday.”
Gail laughs. “Oh, really!” She laughs.
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
Gail laughs hard.
“Are you just joking, Jesus?” Terrance says. “Or are you serious? I don’t even know if he’s joking.”
“I don’t think he’s joking.”
“Oh, my goodness!”
“I don’t think he’s joking.”
“Terry’s a very tender lover.”
“Oh, my goodness.” Gail laughs hard. “I know why he’s saying this. This is his way of showing that he doesn’t feel our relationships are adultery.”
“Oh, yes, like David,” Terrance says.
“My, I tell you Jesus. You’re full of surprises.” Gail laughs.
“Yeah. Every time we talk to him we learn so much.”
“You know, when he was with his disciples in the gospels, he always pulled stuff on them that they didn’t understand either.” Gail laughs. “They must have misunderstood him a lot, too.”
“Like they were saying, ‘This is a hard teaching,’ ” Terrance says.
“Yeah, you know God is not going to think like us humans do.” Gail laughs. “Well you seem like quite an impressive man, Terrance. I can tell.”
“Well, thank you, Gail.”
“He’s deeply impressive. I’m very proud of Terrance.”
“If Jesus says you are, then you are.”
“Well thank you, Jesus.”
“So what do I do about being a judge?”
“Yeah, you saved my life at that trial. Those Jesuits wanted to kill me. I think God noticed that.” Gail is referring to the August 2011 Quebec trial, where the Jesuit jurors ruled that Gail should be executed. Terrance pulled out a gun and shot all the Jesuit jurors and all the Jesuits in the courtroom then.
“Being a judge is not a problem.”
“Oh! How does that work? Because what if someone questions my bias? Questions my having a vested interest? I don’t want to get into one of those situations where I got to defend Gail and people think I’m not qualified.”
“Yes! Yes! Lord, if I make brain-to-brain loving with him, isn’t that going to make him appear biased and he won’t be able to be a judge anymore? That’s the reason I haven’t done it.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“Yeah, what about that, Lord? Isn’t that going to be a problem? Then we can’t use him as a judge. The Jesuits will say he’s biased cuz he’s had sex with me. That’s why I haven’t done it.”
“The Jesuits are blowing smoke. Terry, I want you to repeat after me, ‘I AM the law.’ ”
“Okay. I AM the law. Oh! That makes sense. So he’s saying Jesus that my word goes. Oh, my goodness.”
“Your word is go, brother.”
“Oh, man!” Gail says.
“For real, Jesus. Just like in Compton.”
“You know what I think that means? I think that means if they give you a hard time in court, he’s going to go kill them again.” Gail laughs hard. “Like he did in the Matthew McConaughey trial.” Gail laughs.
Actually, Jesus quit doing this because of the non-interference agreement he has with Satan.
“If the Jesuits ever question you, just respond like you did in Compton.”
“What did you do in Compton?”
“Well, that’s my gangster side. I try not to talk too much about those sort of things.”
“Oh, I see. The Lord apparently knows all about it.”
“Yes, well you remember what happened when that one juror tried to get you killed.” Terrance was referring to the time he shot dead the head Jesuit juror for pronouncing the death penalty on Gail.
“Ew! Yeah! Boy you were so brave.”
“Neah, you know, I can’t. I always go back to my Compton days. ‘Compton.’ ”
“You were so brave. I think that’s one reason God made you number seven on the marriage list.”
“Oh, I thank you.”
“Man, that took a lot of guts. You knew what was right and you just did it, even though the stars fall. Kudos to you, man. And I think the Lord was impressed.”
“Yes. When people step against Gail, they steppin’ on Compton, too.”
“Oh, you were so impressive then. I thought, man, what courage! There were like a million Jesuits out there. You were like David against Goliath, man.”
“All them Jesuits. . .”
“I know. You are quite impressive. God is right about you.”
“They are dirty.”
“One man. One glock. Against thousands of Jesuits. It was an impressive moment.”
“Ugh huh!” Gail means “yes.” “It sure was.”
“I’m so glad I got Vladimir Putin and Brent Spiner joined in to help me shoot them Jesuits.”
“All of you men are impressive,” Gail says.
“They were very brave,” Jesus says.
“They sure were. They sure were.”
Terrance is subdued. “Yeah. . .Compton!”
“I can’t remember what I was going to ask. Oh, Lord. Do you want me to make a video about this? Or do you want me to put a transcription of this up? Or maybe just put a tape recording of this up? Of this current conversation? When I have the time? I don’t think I’ll have it tomorrow. I got a lot to do.”
“The transcripts of it are just fine, or you can briefly summarize it in a video.”
“Or maybe I can just put a tape up, cuz I’m taping it. Is that going to be okay?”
“I like when you use your own words rather than reading from a paper.”
“Oh, really! You don’t like me reading from a paper, God? Cuz I like to compose my thoughts. Why my own words rather than composing my thoughts?”
“Oh no, I enjoy your writing. But I enjoy your speaking skills as well.”
“You think I have speaking skills, huh?”
“I want you to communicate using both.”
“So while you can write on your website, the forum, and to your men; when you make videos it should be in your own words. Just speak from your heart.” When Jesus said “forum”, he referred to the Church of Gail website (taken down in 2014), which had a forum where Gail and her men communicated with each other.
“Is she allowed to have like notes and maybe an outline, Jesus? I don’t understand.”
“Yeah, because I’m afraid I’m going to ramble and not stick to the main points and I might confuse the listeners.”
“Notes are okay. You can make an outline to make sure you stick to the subject.”
“Why do you like me to speak from my heart, Lord Jesus? There must be a reason.”
“Just don’t get lost and forget to engage your audience with your voice.”
“I must have an unusual soul that he wants me to give over to the audience. Maybe it’s my King David soul or something.”
“You have a very powerful soul.”
“Ooooh. I bet I get that from David and maybe Catherine the Great, too.” Gail pauses. “Lord, you haven’t said too much about my Catherine the Great genes. What do you think about that side? Cuz I think that’s a pretty strong influence in me as well.”
“Catherine the Great was a bad ass.”
Gail laughs. “What does that mean?”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Loved horses,” Jesus says.
“I guess that means she was tough!”
“Yeah, she was one bad mamma jamma.”
“She was tough.”
Gail laughs. “I’m not sure bad ass has a good connotation, though.” Gail laughs again.
Terrance chuckles. “Jesus. . .he’s been using a lot of slang.”
“She was awesome,” Jesus says.
“Oh, you liked her, huh? The Jesuits didn’t like her. Did the Jesuits murder Catherine the Great? They claim that they did. I’m just curious. You would know, Lord. They claim they killed her on the toilet. That she sat on knife blades and she died on the toilet seat. And they’re boasting about it. I think she died of stroke.”
“The Jesuits killed her. On the toilet.”
“Oh, they killed her! Oh, they’re horrible! They really did kill her! Oh man! They boast about it and they really did kill her. Oh! Those creeps. Man! You’re going to hold them accountable at the judgment for that. I know you will. Ugh! That’s disgusting! Ugh! So she didn’t die of stroke. She was murdered. That makes me so mad. Cuz I’m sixty percent Catherine the Great. And they murdered my—”
“I cannot believe this.”
“Well, you know, they boast about it. That they killed her. Did you know that? On their website?” Gail referred to Crazy Gail Wiki (taken down in 2014).
“I did not know that.”
“Oh yeah, they do. They claim they killed her on the toilet. Just like God said.”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance is incredulous. “With knife blades in her butt?”
“She sat on the toilet and apparently knife blades sprang up and they stabbed her to death. When she sat on the toilet.”
“Oh, my God!”
“Yeah! Yeah! They did that to her.”
“When the knife blades poked in her butt, where did they go?”
“I think it went in her butt. Yeah. It’s terrible, man. They murdered her. I thought she might have died naturally and they were just boasting on that. Oh, did I say that wrong? I don’t know if it was in the butt or not. Lord, I’m just thinking of what I read on the Jesuit website.”
“What? What? In the butt? Did they do it in the butt?”
“They claim it was on a toilet seat. So I’m not sure how they did it. To be honest with you, I didn’t believe it. I thought they were just boasting just to intimidate me.”
“Oh, that’s right,” Jesus says. “I remember that now. In the butt.”
“Lord, how could you forget? You have a perfect memory.” Gail addresses her men. “I think he’s joking. Ugh! That’s disgusting!”
“So Jesus. . .she died of being stabbed in the butt?” Terrance says.
“Man. . .Yeah, she did. That’s disgusting.”
“Yes, but it gave her a stroke.”
“So she did die of stroke. But it was precipitated by that.”
“A blood clot from her butt went to her brain.”
“Oooooh. Oh those horrible Jesuits. Man! Ugh! That’s disgusting.” Gail changes her tone. “Catherine the Great was not a born again Christian though, was she? I don’t think she was. I know King David was saved. But I don’t think Catherine the Great was. Was she, Lord? Was she saved?”
Though this may be true, Gail would learn later that Jesus does allow some to go to heaven who are not his followers or who are not born again. It’s his call and he makes the final decision about this. It is considered rude in heaven to ask why Jesus allowed someone to go to heaven. But at this point in Gail’s life, Gail would not have been ready to hear this, so Jesus may have wisely not probed deeper into this matter.
“No. That’s why they were able to do a switch out. Then her clone had sex with a horse. The UFOs helped.”
A switch out is when a person’s Jesuit clone can “switch out” with the real person and impersonate the real person. The real person can go to an alternate reality while this “switch out” happens.
“A switch out? They didn’t have that technology back then, did they? They had clone technology back then?”
“Or was it the UFOs that did that?” Terrance says.
“Maybe. . .yeah. . .Oh my goodness, they had that technology back then? That was the 1700s!”
“The UFOs, the fallen angels, probably definitely knew how to do that.”
“You know, the third of the angels that fell with Satan? Are those the creatures that are travelling around in the UFOs? The fallen angels that fell with Satan, that’s what I think. I’m not sure. . .”
These UFOs were defeated by the Gail Shield in August 2016 and are all encased in semen bubbles in Satan’s ocean in deep space as of the date of this writing, which is June 26, 2017. The Gail Shield is a shield that is like a dome over Gail and is an extension of her genetic profile. The Gail Shield was greatly strengthened when Gail started obeying the Gail Commandments in March 2016.
“Yes, they are.”
“Ah ha! So that was a good guess on my part. You know how a third of the angels fell with Satan? That’s what’s travelling around in those UFOs right now. Those are all the fallen angels.”
“Those are the fallen angel demons.”
“Yeah! When Satan rebelled against God, he was the anointed cherub that covereth. He fell from the third heaven. And God kicked him off the throne because he rebelled and he wanted to be like the Most High. He took a third of the angels with him. Those are all the UFOs’ inhabitants. Yeah, and poor Brent Spiner got stuck with some of them. That’s why I told Brent, ‘Brent, you need to get saved. Those demons have an obsession with you.’ I’m so glad that you found the Lord, Brent. I was so worried about him when he was in that UFO, because I knew they were demons. I prayed. I said, ‘These devils have an obsession with Brent. He needs to get saved.’ ”
“So those are the same folks who was inside the computers when Vladimir Putin was karate chopping the demons,” Terrance says.
“Oh, the fallen angels, huh?”
“Those were inside the network. Vladimir was karate chopping them up in the satellites.”
“Oh, there were some aliens in there?”
“Well, he said they were devils. I don’t know what that was. Maybe they were those aliens.”
“Mechanic aliens, like the kind that abducted Brent.”
“The demons. Oh my goodness.”
“Yeah. I’m so glad Brent found you, Lord. I figured that that was the answer to his problems. So I explained to him the sinner’s prayer. And he was ready to say it. Because I said, ‘Brent this will solve your problems so that you won’t have to deal with, you know, all that. . . ‘ He didn’t want to have sex with Loree in the trial. And I could tell he was really depressed about this. And I knew that you were the answer, Lord. And you were. You rescued Brent Spiner.”
“Now he’s going to officiate your wedding in the millennium,” Terrance says.
“Aaaah. That’s really awesome. Yeah.”
“And he’s going to even join you guys on your first night of your wedding night.”
“Brent, what are you going to do for the other guys on my marriage list like Matthew McConaughey, Gerard Butler and all of them? Of course, maybe I’m being too future oriented. He tells me he wants me to focus on the here and now.” Gail laughs. “It’s just that with you here,” Gail addresses Jesus, “I like to know. But you don’t have to tell me if you don’t want to. I just wonder how you guys can stand it? Cuz I’m only one woman and I can’t marry fifty of you!”
“They can still make love brain-to-brain.”
“What? In the millennium? What’s keeping you guys going? I can’t marry fifty of you guys! It just amazes me how you all love me so much. That you’re willing to forego other women just to be on my marriage list and I’m only one woman.”
“Marriage is beyond sex in the millennium.”
“Huh? Marriage is beyond sex in the millennium? What does that mean?”
“I don’t understand.”
“You can have physical sex with the other men.”
“Oh, my goodness!”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Hey Lord, I have a question for you. . .you know, and I talked about this on the video. You said in heaven there’s no marriage. But you didn’t say there was no sex. So what you mean is in the millennium it’s not considered adultery to have sex with more than one person.”
“Is that just for Gail,” Terrance says, “or for everyone in the millennium?”
“Pretty much just for Gail.”
“Why?” Gail laughs.
“What makes Gail so different?”
“Yeah!” Gail agrees with Terrance.
“Brent and I have decided that’s our reward to them.”
“Oooooh. Oh dear.” Gail smiles. “Oh, my goodness. . .” She laughs. “I guess I am going to be like King David. He had a bunch of wives and concubines. Well, you’re the one who makes the rules, God. Well, Brent—”
“Is this just whenever Gail wants to? I don’t understand.”
“Yeah! You ask very intelligent questions, Terrance.”
“Whenever Gail wants to, of course. Yeah, it’s all for you, Gail.”
“Wow! Why are you doing this God? Yeah, I can tell I’m one of your favorites. I’m a little stumped over this. And it’s not because I’m going to be your wife. I know that’s not the reason. So it’s something else.”
“You shouldn’t even have to ask.”
“You know how special you are.”
“I do?” Gail laughs. “I do? I know how special I am? I guess I just don’t—”
“He’s teaching in a parable.”
“I guess I still have a lot to learn.”
“I know a lot of the men adore me. They think I’m the most beautiful woman in the world. But I don’t think I’m the most beautiful woman in the world. I think what they like about me is my spirit. More than my looks. I have an unusual spirit.”
“Well, you’re pretty hot too, there, Gail,” Terrance says.
“Your spirit makes all the difference.”
“Yeah, I’m glad you think that.”
“Yes, you’re pretty hot,” Jesus says.
“Oh, I am? Goodness!” Gail laughs. “You know, Lord, you think that I’m aware of this. But I’m still stumped over this. I don’t get it. Maybe I’ll get it more later. I don’t get why I’m pretty hot. The only thing I can think of is I must be a very unusual lover. I think the way I make love to these men is just like out of this world. That must be it. Is that it, Brent?”
Terrance’s Skype gets disconnected.
“Oh no! What happened?”
Terrance calls Gail on Skype. “Sorry I got disconnected.”
“Yeah, we did get disconnected. Okay. What happened? Was that the Jesuits?”
“Yeah. I think it might have been the Jesuits messing with my connection. I think they’re starting to think I’m a threat.”
“Woah. . . I think they’ve been thinking that, Terrance. That’s why you’re on that list. The target list.”
The Jesuits put out a target list on their website orderofthejesuits.com in 2011.
“Yeah. Lord, I still don’t get why all these men like me. I mean I know they do. But, well, I sort of get it. I think I’m an exceptional lover. I think that’s what it is. I think maybe it’s my King David genes. Brent made some music about how I make him ascend to the heavens or something like that. That must be it. I think I’ve got a very unusual spirit.”
“Yes, that has to be it,” Terrance says.
“Yeah. I’ve got a very unusual spirit. It’s probably the King David genes.”
“The Jesuits try to create beautiful women to compete with you, not understanding what true beauty is.”
“Is that God speaking?”
“Is that you, Jesus?” Terrance asks.
Gail reads her screen, cuz Jesus won’t use Skype directly but only allows Brent to transcribe for him. “Or is that Brent? I think that is Jesus. I think that’s Jesus. It sounds like him.”
“Yes, though Brent would agree with me.”
“Yeah! I’ve noticed that! A lot of their women are pretty good looking physically. But inwardly they’re like scorpions, you know?”
“He was never attracted to Loree McBride.”
“Oh, I knew that, Lord.” Gail pauses. “I know. I know. She’s totally lacking in inner beauty. She has ZERO in that area.”
Terrance cries. “I’m just rememberin’ something that happened.”
“Really?” Gail is flabbergasted.
“Oh, my goodness. I’m still broken up about it. Davy Jones. He died.”
“Davy Jones? Was that The Monkees guy?”
“Yeah, he was my friend.”
“Oooooh! Boy, you have a lot of friends that are famous!”
“Yeah, I know he was never attracted to Loree McBride.” Gail meant that Brent was never attracted to Loree McBride. She changes her tone. “I think I’m just going to listen to you, Lord.”
“Women like Loree are too prideful.”
“Oh, you’re right, Lord. Women like Loree are too prideful! She’s very proud. She kept making fun of my yeasty vagina.” Loree did this during the 2011 Quebec trial. “Man!”
“She said, ‘the yeasty beaver,’ ” Terrance says. “I think, was what she was saying.”
“Yeah, Lord, can you cure me of this yeast infection the Jesuits have given me? Or is this my thorn in the flesh? I have to take all sorts of supplements to deal with it all the time.”
“I will heal your yeast infection, Gail. I think it’s time we get rid of that.”
“Oh, thank yooou! How are you going to do it? You want me to keep taking all those supplements though, right? You want me to work with that? As you know I’ve basically become my own doctor, with your help. The divine physician has been my best doctor. I take all sorts of stuff to deal with that yeast infection.”
“Yes,” Terrance says. “How do we fix this?”
“You can stop taking the supplements,” Jesus says.
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says. “Cuz I’ve been taking lots of supplements, too.”
“Yeah, they’re expensive, too.”
“Have faith in me.”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Wow. Are you going to heal it right now?”
“Yes, Gail. I’ll do it right now.”
“Oh, my goodness!” Gail laughs in astonishment. “Oh, my goodness! Oh, my goodness! Those Jesuits have been boasting that they’re going to kill me with that yeast infection.”
“Are you starting to feel better?” Jesus says.
“Ugh. . .I don’t know. . .”
“It’s leaving your system slowly.”
“Oh, my goodness! Thank you, Jesus! I have to admit. I’m having a little trouble with faith right now. Because I’ve had this for so long.”
“You should feel a lot better by morning. It will be a big difference.”
“Wow! Thank you! What about all those food allergies that I have? Are those going to go away, too? Cuz that was part of the yeast infection. There’s not much I can eat. But it’s been getting better.” Gail pauses. “Oh, my goodness!”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Just continue to eat healthy for now.”
“What do you mean by healthy? Because basically I eat like a Japanese diet.”
“You are doing the right thing.”
“Okay.” Gail pauses. “Thank you! Wow!”
“Yes. So all those expensive supplements Gail doesn’t need anymore.”
“Oh, that’s great. What about taking a vitamin, though? Like a multivitamin?”
“A multivitamin is all you need.”
“So I can drop all my CoQ 10 and all that stuff? Cuz I take CoQ 10. I take MSM. He’s the divine physician. He knows.”
“Yes. No more expensive supplements.”
“Oh, my goodness! They are expensive.”
“That’s wonderful,” Terrance says.
“It’s like being cured of two ills almost,” Jesus says.
“Okay, so I’m not just taking stuff for yeast. I’m taking stuff for everything. . .for my liver, for my heart. So I don’t need to take any of that stuff. I’m taking turmeric for my liver. Oh, the yeast damaged my liver. Wow!”
“I take it all from here.”
“Wow! Oh, my goodness! Ugh! This is unreal!”
“This is great,” Terrance says.
“It’s starting to feel a little strange down there.” Gail was referring to her bowels. “Do you have any instructions? Should I take a lot of water or anything? Or is it just, let it go.”
“Drink plenty of water.”
“Okay. Let me get some more water. Oh man, this is exciting. I thought I’d never get rid of this thing!”
“It’s a natural cleanser.”
“Okay. Yeah, let me go get some more water. Do you want me to delay on introducing new foods? Cuz you know there are a lot of foods I don’t eat right now.”
“Yes, can Gail be more adventurous with some of the foods she eats?” Terrance asks.
“I have a ton of food allergies, Terrance. It’s horrible! But, you know—”
“It won’t hurt to experiment with new foods.”
“Lord, you know I’ve been using kinesiology where I lean my body into it, to determine what agrees with me and what doesn’t. Is that good medicine? It’s been helping me a lot. My body tells me what it needs. That’s how I’ve been my own doctor. I’m using kinesiology. When I go shopping I put everything in front of me. If my body leans into it, it’s telling me ‘yes.’ If it goes backwards, it’s telling me ‘no.’ This is how I’ve been avoiding a lot of Jesuit poisons.”
“You won’t need anything else.”
“But you know those Jesuits try to poison me. So I do kinesiology. You know what that is, Lord. Where I put the item in front of my body. So what do you think?”
“You can do it with food, but no more medicine.” Jesus meant Gail could do kinesiology with food, but did not encourage her to do it with supplements cuz he wanted her off all her supplements.
“Okay, in other words. I do that mainly to avoid being poisoned by the Jesuits. Because they’re always trying to poison me. Okay! I get it! Wow! Man!”
“I’ve got it covered.”
“Thank you, Lord! This is like a miraculous healing. Cuz I think I had a really serious germ. It was a killer! It was a killer yeast! Wow! Actually, I can feel something’s going on there.” Gail was referring to her bowels. “Let me drink some more water.”
“You doing something to me too, Jesus?” Terrance says. “Cuz I feel something down there, too.”
“What are you doing? What’s going on with you, Terrance?”
“Something in my prostrate.”
“I’ve decided to help you out, too, Terrance.”
“Aaaaah!” Gail laughs.
“It feels like my prostrate is getting a massage.”
“I’m unclogging your prostrate.”
“Oh, man! The divine physician’s going to town right now.”
“Oh, my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Oh man. . .Oh wow. . .Lord, what about taking my stuff to help me sleep, like melatonin and stuff? Maybe I don’t need that, either, huh? I think this is where he said I have a lot to learn. Because my faith is kind of weak in this area. I’ve been sick for so long, it’s kind of hard for me to believe that I’m going to be completely healthy.” Gail addresses Jesus. “I believe. Help thou mine unbelief, Lord. Let me drink more water.”
“You won’t need melatonin, either, Gail.”
“But try to get a regular sleep schedule.”
“Yeah. I know. I’m bad at that.”
“Melatonin can be addictive from what I understand,” Terrance says.
“It may take some time to adjust.”
“My grandmamma was on melatonin.”
“Yes. Yes. And she was very. . .I wouldn’t recommend staying on it for too long.”
“Cuz to be honest with you, I’ve been so busy, I’ve forgotten to take it and I usually end up falling asleep any ways.”
“Yes, well that’s good that you’re falling asleep without it.”
“Yeah, I don’t think I need it.”
“That’s good,” Terrance says.
“Because I’ve been going to sleep without it. I don’t have a regular sleep schedule. Yeah.”
“Brain-to-brain loving is probably the best thing to help you fall asleep.”
“It does help me fall asleep. But I don’t want to make love to Zack Knight! What do you think of my idea to read the King James Bible before all my brain-to-brain loving, Lord? That’s what I’ve been doing. Cuz I just want to make sure I don’t make love to Zack Knight. I don’t trust brain-to-brain loving right now.”
“No, that’s very risky,” Jesus says.
“What’s very risky?”
“I want you to only have brain-to-brain loving with Brent.”
“Yeah, I know that. So not with anybody else? What about the other ones like Matthew or Vladimir Putin? Vladimir Putin’s been wanting it from me.”
“You can have loving with them.”
“Yeah, but, you know. Do you think Zack Knight’s trying to pose as Brent Spiner?”
“He’s trying to pose as me. He may be trying to deflect Brent’s communications when he gets in the way. But he will only impersonate me. So don’t ever try to make love to me. You shouldn’t have to read the Bible before having love with Brent. You have the Word in your heart.”
“What about the other men on the marriage list?” Terrance says.
“Yeah, that’s a good question. Do I have to read the Bible before I make love to Vladimir or any of the other men?”
“The same apples. She has the Word in her heart.”
“Yeah, I do. I’ve read it so much, I’ve got the Word in my heart.”
“And Zack Knight isn’t very concerned about them.” Jesus meant the other men besides Brent on the marriage list.
“Oh really? Why not?”
“Probably because Brent gets 96% of the brain-to-brain loving,” Terrance says.
“Hmmm,” Terrance says.
“Well he dislikes them. He’ll kill them if he got the chance. But he’s mainly focused on trying to get rid of me.”
“Get rid of you? Oh!” Gail says.
“Is that Brent or Jesus?” Terrance asks.
“He’s talking about Jesus.” Gail meant that Jesus was saying that he was the one Zack wants to get rid of.
“He’s the Antichrist after all. He’s anti-me.”
“So he thinks he’s going to get rid of you?”
“He thinks so.”
“He thinks he’s going to get rid of you by getting rid of Brent Spiner? Is that it?” Gail ponderes. “Oh, you know what, cuz the Lord’s speaking through Brent Spiner. You seem to like Brent Spiner a lot, Lord.”
“By tricking you into believing he is me.”
“Oh. ‘Brent is me.’ ”
“Brent is awesome.”
“Oooooh. Yeah, Brent is awesome. I agree. The way he writes, you notice what an awesome spirit he has? Man, his writing is like his soul.”
“He’s a gifted writer.”
“He sure is. And I’m just amazed how loyal he is to me, too. You know, even though Loree McBride tries to portray him otherwise. He’s very loyal to me. And he adores me. I am a very fortunate woman to have such an awesome man in my life. That is Jesus’ gift to me. I can see that. That’s how he’s made it up to me with David Schuler.”
“He was a robot duck.” Terrance referred to David Schuler.
“Oh man! That marriage was very discouraging. It killed my spirit.”
“Yeah, we don’t want to get your spirit killed.”
“We don’t want to have your spirit be getting killed, so we better . . .”
“I actually got out of that marriage because Jesus told me if I didn’t get out that I’d be dead in a couple years. I remember you told me that, Lord. You were the one who told me to get out of that marriage.”
“Yes, it was time.”
“By robot duck,” Terrance says.
“Yup. I went to God in prayer. He said, ‘You don’t get out of this marriage, you’re going to be dead in a couple years.’ ”
“Death by robot duck,” Jesus says.
“Yeah, right. Yeah. . .so I got out. And I listened to the Lord. I know it may seem strange that the Lord led me to divorce, but he did. I followed your instructions, Lord. I went to you in prayer and you told me to ‘get out.’ And it wasn’t easy, either, because I didn’t have a job or anything. I had to do bankruptcy. Like a couple years after I got out.”
“Yes, the bankruptcy. I saw the court records for that,” Terrance says.
“Oh, man. I had to be really strong. But I had love in my heart for Brent and that kept me, that made me strong. And I had faith in Jesus, too. I just knew that he was going to make a way for me.”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“That was a courageous decision, but the right decision. Sometimes I can be pretty courageous.”
“I think so. I think you’re courageous a lot of the times, Gail. You’re courageous.”
“Yeah. Actually, I think Brent made that movie Esther to honor me. You know, I think he played a role in that. And I was so honored by that. You remember that movie Esther? Brent Spiner, I think he worked with Franco Nero, to make that movie to honor me. Because I saw stuff in there that reminded me of me. Like I used to tell Brent how I used to judge men by their eyes.” Gail meant the 1999 TV movie Esther with Louise Lombard. “And that I used to go down, and when I prayed to God, I’d go flat down on the floor and spread my hands out like Esther did in that movie. . .When I saw that movie I thought Brent played a role in it. And I was so honored.”
“You know the necklace when you hold it up in the light, you can see the Star of David,” Terrance says.
“Huh? I don’t have a necklace with the Star of David, but that would be a cool necklace to have. I’d be proud to wear it.”
“That was a great movie,” Jesus says.
“I liked that movie, Lord. I thought they did a good job on Esther. He thinks so, too.” Gail meant Jesus thinks so. “Look what the Lord says. Yeah, I have that movie on my website.” It is at www.gabriellechana.com/blog.html. “Wow. I think I can feel the healing happening. Oh Lord, thank you.”
“I felt like this night has been very productive,” Jesus says.
“Yeah!” Gail laughs. “Yeah. . .Lord, you have any advice you want to give me before you leave? I think he’s getting ready to leave.” Gail laughs. “Any key advice, other than focusing on the present? Cuz you said I still have a lot to learn. But then, you know, we all have a lot to learn.”
“Yes, it’s awfully late and you need to start sleeping better.”
“Just remember what I told you. Focus on the present. And try not to get lost in the future before it’s happened. The work you do here will lead you to that future.”
“You can use notes for your videos to help you stay on track. But use your words and speak from the heart.”
“Lord, I’m just curious. I better quit talking because he’s giving me advice.”
“Talk about your daily life and battles with the Jesuits. That’s it. All should be good.”
“Are you mainly going out of your way to talk to us because we are getting so much trouble from the Jesuits and we need your help. Is that what it is?”
“Yes, and they are throwing everything off track. So I am trying to fix that.”
“Well, thank you, Lord.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“They’re very clever, those Jesuits,” Gail says.
“Yeah, and Jesus I got a question.” Terrance pauses.
“Yes?” Gail says.
“I wanted to ask you a question about the music that I listen to. Are you okay with gangster rap? Is gangster rap an okay style of music for you?”
“That’s a good question. I’m not really up on that kind of music.”
“It has some bad words sometimes.”
“Oooh, I see.”
“I’m down with that dog. I’m up on that.”
“What does that mean?” Gail says.
“Oh, he’s talkin’ like a gangster. Yeah, I’m glad you’re down with that, Jesus. Dippity down dog.”
“Fist bump me, Terrance.”
“Oh, yeah. . .” Terrance says.
“Just hold out your fist and you’ll feel mine. There you go. . .”
“Oh, my goodness! I felt his fist.”
“Oh, cool,” Gail says.
“Lord, you never make any appearances to me. Is there a reason for this?” Gail laughs. “He’s probably afraid the devil’s going to come in and counterfeit him.”
“There you go. You’re already too tempting for the devil.”
“Oh! Yeah, I see.”
“Besides, I’ve interfered enough.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“What would we do without you, Lord?” Gail says. “The devil’s been after us, you know.”
“He needs to kick the devil in the balls again,” Terrance says.
“That devil doesn’t seem to be abiding by your non-interference agreement, Lord,” Gail says.
“I’ll punch him in the balls next time I see him,” Jesus says.
“Oh my goodness.” Terrance pauses. “Jesus, he punches real hard.”
“I’m sure he does.”
“Like maybe even a little harder than Hugh Jackman.”
“Oh yeah. Hugh’s been real quiet lately. Is he okay?”
“Yeah, he’s been good. He’s been working on robots.”
“Oh, I see.”
“He’s been working on enlarging robot ops.” Terrance meant robot operations.
“Like the kind that saved your mother,” Jesus says.
Hugh Jackman led an army of robots against the Jesuit North Korean army, when he rescued Gail’s mother from a Jesuit prison in North Korea in Dec. 2011. You can read about this in Jesus, the Eternal Bridegroom.
“Oh, yes! What Hugh did was so brave with my mother.”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“He was heroic,” Gail says.
“He was teaching those robots how to fight with his fighting skills,” Terrance says.
“Oh, wonderful. . .You guys are so awesome. I’m so grateful that the Lord has given. . .I believe the Lord has given you men to me. This is his gift to me. Everything I have is from him, you know.”
“True dat.” Jesus agrees.
“True dat. Yeah,” Terrance says.
“Lord, when I turned Brent Spiner down in 1992, I did the right thing? Even though I was married to a robot duck? Cuz I was following my conscience. It was very hard for me to do. Though I did maintain a friendship with him. I just turned him down for sex.”
“Yes, you were doing the right thing at the right time.”
“Yeah, I didn’t want to dishonor him at that time.” Gail didn’t want to dishonor Jesus.
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“I believe if I went to Brent at that time, that it would have given the devil a lot of ammunition. Ugh, they would have been able to cause all sorts of problems.” Gail meant the devil’s people would have been able to cause problems.
“Yes, it was the wrong time.”
“Yup. I did the right thing. I thought I did. It was very hard for me to turn him down, too. Cuz I wanted him.”
“It doesn’t change destiny. You two were made for each other.”
“Yes, I agree. And you gave me a promise back then. I’ve been clinging onto that like a burr. You gave me that song. Remember I went to that funeral of that little girl in 1992, Lord? And Pastor Ken Blue was preaching a sermon and it seemed like you were talking to me. And then I came home and I put my CD player on the random mode, and the first song that came on was ‘Somewhere’ from West Side Story. And I said, ‘Oh my goodness. The Lord is speaking to me.’ And I have claimed that promise from God about me and Brent Spiner. . .ever since. That’s why it’s all over my website. That kept me going.” Gail meant the song “Somewhere” was all over her website.
Terrance is subdued. “Yes. That’s wonderful.”
“The Lord did that. We went to the funeral of a little girl who died of brain cancer. And the Lord seemed to tell me that the suffering that Brent and I were going through was just as bad as that and that he respected it. And that we had a love that was so unusual that he was going to do something special for us. That’s what he seemed to be telling me.”
“That’s what I was trying to tell you.”
“Okay. I got that right then.”
“I’m glad you got the message.”
“You know, I was so struck by that Lord, because I thought, ‘Isn’t my feeling for Brent Spiner adultery?’ And I thought, you know what? I think it’s the fact that there was so much love between us, that it rose above the adultery. That the love between us was so great that God respected it, even though I was a married woman at the time. Because we just had something that was so awesome and unusual. I could tell that the feelings that I had for Brent were something that would just go on forever.” Gail referred to the feelings between Brent and herself. “I mean look how strong our feelings are. That was 1992. And Brent and I are still passionately in love with each other.”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“It’s a love from heaven,” Gail says.
“It goes on forever,” Jesus says.
“Oh, thank you, Lord. I’m thinking of 1 Corinthians chapter 13, the greatest thing is love.”
“Yeah. . .” Terrance says, “because you don’t want to be like a chiming dong and all that.”
“Yeah. . .” Gail says. “Everything else doesn’t matter. That’s the greatest thing.”
“You know tongues will end and all them things,” Terrance says.
“It’s always been the main focus of my life to be a great lover. And maybe that’s why all the men are so crazy about me. Cuz that is the focus of my life. I don’t really care about anything else,” Gail says.
“You’re not speaking in tongues,” Terrance says. “You just got the charity, the love.”
“Oh no no no. Tongues is not for our times. Whenever they speak in tongues they have to do it in a language that people understood. I believe that was for the Jewish dispensation. It’s not for the church age. They were a sign for the Jews.” Gail meant that tongues were a sign for the Jews.
“Hmm,” Terrance says.
“Yeah,” Gail says. “The tongues ceased once the Apostle Paul’s teachings set in.”
“Oh, I see. But what about the tongues of angels that are talked about?”
“Um. Angels?” Gail says.
“It says here, is tongues of angels is what I see.”
“Well, I think the Apostle Paul was saying that the tongues were like a sign for the Jews. Because the book of Acts is a transitional book. And during that time God was transitioning from dealing with the Jews to dealing with the Gentiles. And he was getting ready to start the church age and starting to abandon the Jewish people because they rejected their Messiah.”
“Oh, I see,” Terrance says.
“He was still trying to reach the Jews, hoping they would accept him.” Gail meant that Jesus was hoping the Jews would accept Him back then. “And that’s why Jesus was standing up in heaven, I think it was Acts, when they stoned Stephen, hoping that the Jews would accept him and they didn’t. And then after that, the door got closed temporarily on Israel and he went to the Gentiles. So, but apparently it says in the Bible that Greeks seek wisdom and Jews require a sign. So God’s right, I have the Word in my heart. See I’m quoting it.” Gail laughs.
“Yeah, you’re just saying it right off here,” Terrance says.
“Yeah. Jews, the signs are for the Jews. And tongues were part of that sign.”
“I was wondering just in 1 Corinthians 13, just wondering, it says, “Though I speak with the tongue of men and of angels. . .”
“Oh, yeah yeah. I think what that verse is saying is that regardless of what marvelous gifts you have, if you don’t have love, you’re nothing. So. . .yeah.”
“Oh okay. The tongues it’s not talking about.”
“Yeah, it’s just saying that regardless of what gifts you have if you don’t have love, you’re nothing. It doesn’t matter. So the main thing is, I guess, to be a great lover.”
“Ah, I see,” Terrance says.
“That’s my life philosophy. And that’s what I love about Brent Spiner cuz he feels the same way that I do. You can be a genius in intelligence. You can have faith that removes mountains. You could have the greatest spiritual gifts. But if you have no love, you’re nothing. That’s what 1 Corinthians 13 is all about. And that’s what I like about Jesus Christ.”
“Luckily for you, you have all of those things,” Jesus says.
“All of what things, Lord?” Gail asks.
“You don’t even have just one love. You have many loves.”
“Yes, I sure do. And am I blessed. Yeah.”
“The more the merrier.”
Yeah. Yeah, there’s a lot of love in my life and that’s what makes me strong. I think you understand this, Terrance. You’re not a shallow person.”
“No, not at all,” Terrance says.
“No, you’re not. I can tell. None of the men on my marriage list are shallow. If they were, I couldn’t love them.”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“What I love about Brent Spiner is he’s just such a great soul. That’s why I fell in love with him in 1991. It’s just the vastness of him. He’s such a big person.”
“He’s a big person.” Terrance agrees.
“Yeah, but that’s what he loves about me, too. I think he feels the same way about me. So two big people got together, and the result’s an awesome love. Yeah. I think that’s what you respect, Lord. The fact that both Brent and I are just big people. We’re not petty people. Like I don’t hold grudges against people. If those Jesuits would get right, I’d forgive them all. But the problem is, they won’t get right.”
“Yes,” Terrance says.
“I would. I could forgive them. But they’re just so. . .evil. And we have forgiven some Jesuits. Some of them have come to the Lord. And we’ve forgiven them. But they won’t get right! I could forgive them if they’d get right. But they won’t get right.”
“They just so evil,” Terrance says.
“So we have to execute them. We have no choice.”
“That’s right. When someone doesn’t agree with what you believe, you got to kill them,” Terrance says.
“You’ve warned them and told them to come to me,” Jesus says.
“I sure have, and their response has been pretty pitiful. What’d you say, Terrance?” Gail wasn’t sure she heard Terrance right.
“I said, ‘Cuz you know when you got people who disagree with what you believe, you got to kill em’.’ When they don’t believe in Jesus. They’re evil.”
“Ugh. . .” Gail says. “Well, eventually it’s going to come to that at the battle of Armageddon. Yeah.”
“Yes. Armageddon happen,” Terrance says.
“Cuz that’s the only way we’re going to be able to fix the world,” Gail says.
“We got to kill all the people that don’t believe.”
“Yeah. Well the reason they don’t believe is because they don’t want to believe. People believe what they want to believe. It’s a heart problem.”
“It’s a neurological problem sometimes,” Jesus says.
“Really! Huh. . .”
“Like when people be retards,” Terrance says. “Retards. . .some kind of messed up people in the brain.”
“Lord, in that case it wouldn’t be their fault. So how do you handle that? You let those people go to heaven?” Gail asks.
“Mentally handicapped,” Jesus says. “Yes.”
“Just like babies go to heaven. Because they’re innocent,” Gail says.
“Yes, they can still go to heaven.”
“Obviously, if they don’t know right from wrong, then they can’t be held accountable for it. Babies go to heaven.”
“Except for retards,” Jesus says.
“Why?! Not that I’m questioning your righteousness or your honor. It’s just that I’m a finite human being and you’re God. I’m just curious.”
“I’m kidding, Gail.”
“Oh.” Gail laughs. “Why do you crack jokes with me, God? You trying to make me feel comfortable around you. Is that it?”
“Yeah, a kidder. He’s such a kidder,” Terrance says.
“Jesus, you’ve been so personable with us. You’re just like this down-to-earth person,” Gail says.
“I’m trying to be casual. I need to keep up on my public relations. Staying hip for the newer generation.”
“Hmmm,” Terrance says. “It must be tough being like a deity. I’m really impressed with just your ability to talk like a black man with me sometimes.”
“Jesus is impressive in every way. He’s just amazing.”
“Yes,” Terrance says. “Like if there be a Chinese person in here, he’d be talkin’ all kinds of, talkin’ pork chow mein and rice and stuff I bet. Cuz he’s contextualizing everything.”
“Yeah, well he understands everything about everybody. He knows us down to the deepest recesses of our soul. He knows us better than we know ourselves.”
“Yes. And if there was a Japanese person in here, he’d be talkin’ all kinds of sushi and. . .”
“I bet he would be. Yup, that’s right.”
“If there was a Mexican in here, he’d be talkin’ about tacos and burritos.”
“Brent is so quiet. He’s just listening. He’s a wise dude, man. That’s probably what I should be doing. Just keep my mouth shut and listen,” Gail says.
“Jesus always got good things to say,” Terrance says.
“He sure does.” Gail agrees.
“Brent is a good pupil. He’s a great listener,” Jesus says.
“He sure is. He’s a great listener with me, too,” Gail says.
“Why he’s learning so much,” Terrance says.
“He listens to you all day and night anytime you need him,” Jesus says.
“I know he does, Lord. He’s incredible.”
“It’s amazing how he gets so much done every day,” Terrance says. “He does such a good job.”
“He’s incredible.” Gail agrees.
“And sometimes in the middle of the day, in the middle of the night, he wants to just have the brain-to-brain loving. He’s available all the time to do that.”
“I know. The Lord has just given me an awesome man. I just . . .he’s really made it up to me about David Schuler. That’s the reason I haven’t been complaining.”
“Yeah, no more dead ducks and robot ducks up in there.” Terrance agrees.
“Ugh uh.” Gail meant “no.” “Not at all.”
“Hmm,” Terrance says. “Every once and a while David shows up and he tries to pull some kind of Jesuit trick.”
“Really? What’s he been doing?” Gail asks.
“Well, he’s been hacking into the computer-satellite system and trying to mess up your orgasms with Brent.”
“He has the ability to do that?”
“Well, he’s a computer genius,” Terrance says.
“Oh, he’s so jealous,” Jesus says.
“Oh, he’s always been jealous.” Gail agrees.
“He’s a Jesuit agent, you know,” Jesus says.
“Yeah, I know. Oh Lord, my son is graduating from college and my mother called and asked if I should go to the graduation. What do you think? Since you’re here. I told her I didn’t want to go because I thought David might show up.”
“Yes, you should go see your son graduate.”
“Oh! Okay. Alright, I’ll call my mother and tell her.”
“Just ignore David. It’s more important to be there for your son.”
“Yes, that’s probably, because your son, he really needs you there.”
“Especially when he got a Jesuit following him around.”
“Yeah. Okay.” Gail pauses. “I’ll ask for time off on that day.”
“If David gives you any trouble,” Terrance says, “you just tell him, ‘Get away from me, you Jesuit.’ ”
“Yeah, really,” Gail says.
“Tell Terrance about the degree your son got,” Jesus says.
“He’s getting a degree in computer animation, I think it is?”
“Oh my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Yeah. He’s getting his Associate’s (A.A.) and he’s working his way through school. I wish I had more money to give him, Lord.”
“He wants to be like the Japanese animators he enjoys,” Jesus says.
“That’s right,” Gail says.
“So Jesus knows so much about him,” Terrance says.
“He sure does. My son has got such a sweet spirit, too. He’s turned out to be a . . .”
“What’s school does he go to?”
“He’s going to like a community college.”
“That career field is just wide open, too,” Jesus says.
“Yeah. Boy the Lord knows everything, man!”
“Well, he is Jesus,” Terrance says.
“Of course,” Gail says.
“I’m just curious Gail,” Terrance says, “because I don’t know that much about. I’m embarrassed I don’t know that much about your family. What was your mother’s name?”
Gail tells Terrance her mother’s name.
“How do you spell that? Because I was just tryin’ to find her name. Just so we can watch over her. I don’t know her name.”
“Oh, thank you, M-i-s-a-o. Oh Lord Jesus, is my mom a born again Christian now? Cuz I think I led her to the Lord when she was with Hugh Jackman. Oh that would mean everything to me. You would know.”
“Yes,” Jesus says.
“Yes! Yes!” Gail laughs. “That’s awesome. She’s going to heaven. Yes. Thank you, Jesus. I’m so glad she’s saved now. Oh, man. That’s great. And I’m sure my son is. Because I led him to the Lord when he was a baby. When he was a boy. Okay, I’ll go see my son.”
“Yes. So I want to make sure I got the spelling right. It’s M-i-s-a-o,” Terrance says.
“Your son is staying with. . .”
“My sister, Sandra Metcalf.”
Gail spells out her sister’s name to Terrance and gives Terrance her sister’s address and phone, because Gail’s son was living at Gail’s sister’s house. Terrance says that Brianna Jenkins-Schuler wants her son’s phone number. Brianna is Terrance and Gail’s biological daughter via Rule 13 who used artificial insemination to bring Brianna into existence.
“That’s cool that those two are communicating so much,” Gail says.
“Yeah, he always telling her how pretty she is.”
“My son has turned out to be a respectful young gentleman. I’m really proud of him.”
“Oh yeah. He sure is.”
“Yeah, I’m home schooled him for a couple years.”
“Oh, it shows.”
“Yeah. I think I’ve rubbed off on him a little bit. I am really proud of him.”
“Yes. That’s wonderful,” Terrance says.
“Yeah. He had a hard time because the Jesuits really picked on him, so that he flunked sixth grade,” Gail says. “It was horrible. Those Jesuit kids were just really mean to him.”
“Yeah, he was being bullied,” Jesus says.
“I felt so bad for him. Yeah Lord, it was horrible. You know. You know. And then I felt so bad in 1998, when Loree McBride and the Jesuits tried to burn down my mobile home and they tried to blame it on my son! And he didn’t do it! I think there was a clone of my son out there.”
“Yeah, he would never do that.” Terrance agrees.
“No! I know he didn’t do it. And horrible David was going to whip him over that! He didn’t do it!”
“Yeah, that robot duck was going to whip him.”
“I got between him and my son and said, ‘If you whip this boy, I’m going to divorce you right now.’ He didn’t do it! I was really angry.”
“Yeah, cuz he was probably watching Sonic the Hedgehog at the time.”
Actually, Gail’s son was helping Gail put out Loree McBride’s fires at the time.
“The cartoon. Sonic the Hedgehog.”
“I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
“Oh, that’s one of his favorite cartoons.”
“Oh oh oh oh.”
“Yeah Zelda and all that and Japanese animation.”
“I don’t know if he was into that back then. He was mostly into Pokémon back then.”
“Oh Pokémon,” Terrance says. “That’s what it was.”
“It’s hard to keep up with all these cartoons,” Jesus says.
“Yeah, I know. Alright Lord, I will go see my son. I guess I won’t worry.”
“Pokémon was the bomb, though,” Jesus says.
“What does that mean?”
“The ‘bomb’ means it was the kid’s craze of all the cartoons.”
“Yeah, I’m not up on all that stuff. I used to play Pokémon with him as stress relief because I felt bad for him. Cuz those kids were picking on him so much. It gave him stress relief. Brent remembers. Because I told Brent everything on the phone. Brent’s a fantastic listener.”
“Yes, he was on the phone and he wouldn’t say anything. He was on there listening the whole time,” Terrance says.
“Yeah, he wouldn’t say anything. No. I guess he couldn’t. Because I was married at the time.”
“Hmmm,” Terrance says.
“He did speak to me a few times. Before 1994, before I got that letter from that Paramount Jesuit attorney.” Gail referred to a letter she got that forbade her to write Brent any more letters at his Paramount studios address from Jan. 1994 onwards.
“He was trying to be respectful,” Jesus says.
“He’s always respectful. I never held it against Brent. I understood. I mean cuz I did turn him down, you know. He wanted to go to bed with me in 1991 and I turned him down, so. . .so . . .”
“Yeah, that’s the hardest thing you ever had to do.”
“Yeah, tell me about it!” Gail laughs. “It was. I felt like I was offering Isaac on the altar when I turned him down. You know about Abraham offering Isaac on the altar?”
“Yeah, he was going to stab his son but then . . .”
“Yeah, that’s how I felt when I turned Brent Spiner down.” Gail laughs. “I felt like I was offering Isaac on the altar. It was very hard. Yeah, I used to rough it out with you God about that one. Cuz I was kind of resentful,” Gail laughs, “that I had to turn him down. I’m sure the Lord remembers. But I got over it. The Lord gave me a promise and I cling to that like a burr. I just didn’t understand why the Lord gave me such a horrible husband. And then this dream man shows up and I can’t have him! That’s how I felt back in 1991.”
“Yes, that’s the hardest thing ever.”
“Yeah. . .it was hard. But I did the right thing.”
“You’ve had to make a lot of hard decisions in your life.”
“You are right about that. You are so perceptive.”
“Yes. What do you think is the second most and third most hardest decisions you had to make?”
Jesuits have twisted this as an indictment against Gail for not saying that losing her son was the hardest thing she had to do, when she lost custody of her son after the divorce in 2001. But she did fight to gain custody. But lost, when her ex was able to successfully use Gail’s alleged mental illness against her desire to have custody of her son after the divorce. Gail believes the judge in the divorce was a Jesuit. Gail is not one to live a life of regrets. She did her best, but lost her battle for custody of her son and felt that with her son living with his dad, perhaps the Jesuits would leave him alone. So she just believed in Romans 8:28 and went on with her life. Basically the decision was taken away from her. So the Jesuits are not just to criticize her for not listing her loss of her son as a hard decision. Because it was not her decision, but another’s, that caused her to lose custody. That is why she does not list this as a hard decision. It was an easy decision to decide to fight for custody of her son, which was a battle she lost. Perhaps the Jesuits criticize Gail actually for her strong faith in God, because she believed that God would make a Romans 8:28 out of the fact that she lost her fight for custody of her son. Gail felt that perhaps God allowed her son to go to her ex, because there he could have a measure of peace, which he never had with Gail. That’s because the Jesuits would not leave him alone when he was with Gail.
“Well the first most is turning Brent Spiner down when I wanted to be with him. The next most? Probably divorcing my husband.”
“Oh yeah,” Terrance says.
“Because I didn’t have a job! And I wasn’t sure if Brent could rescue me. Because I knew the Jesuits were causing so many problems. That was all on faith. The Lord told me to do it. And I just launched out on faith and trusted God to keep me alive. Probably yeah, divorcing my husband. That was the next most difficult.”
“Then what’s the third?”
“Oh, that’s a tough one. Um. Um. What’s the third. . .It will probably come to me. Ugh. Oh, probably back in my college days when I was a young lady, I got accepted to Air Force Officer’s Training School.
“Oh my goodness.”
“When I was twenty-one, when I graduated with honors from Florida State University. And I prayed a prayer right before the Wednesday night prayer service and asked the Lord to give me a sign if he wanted me to go to a certain Bible college. And I only had like twenty dollars on me. I said, ‘Lord if you make it clear to me that you want me to go to this Bible college, then I’ll go and I won’t go to Air Force Officer’s Training, even if I’m accepted.’ I went to church that night and the guest speaker came because of an emergency, because a relative of his suddenly got sick.” He had to fly down from Atlanta to Homestead, Florida because of this sick relative’s emergency. “And he was the executive vice president of the Bible College that I felt the Lord wanted me to go to. And the whole message that he preached was the excuses we make not to do God’s will. So my whole family turned against me at that time. I had like twenty bucks on me. I took a Delta Airlines flight up to Atlanta. Went on faith to the Bible college, not even knowing if they would take me or I’d be accepted. And that was probably the third most, yeah. On that plane,” Gail meant while she was flying, “I was asking myself, ‘Am I insane?’ And then when I got up there my first week, I got accepted to Air Force Officer’s Training. But every time I went to chapel, every message I heard, it was like God was speaking to me saying, ‘You need to stay here.’ And so I turned it down and I stayed at that Bible college. And I didn’t know how I was going to pay tuition or anything. It was just day by day, one day at a time.”
“Yes. So you went and got the papers for Officer’s Training.”
Actually Gail’s mother called her long distance from Miami, Florida to Atlanta, Georgia to beg her to leave the Bible college and go to Air Force Officer’s Training. But Gail told her mother she had to stay where she was.
“I was accepted to Air Force Officer’s Training School. I was scheduled to go to Lackland Air Force Base and go to like a three month training and I would have been like commissioned a second lieutenant.”
“Oh my goodness!” Terrance says.
“Yeah, but I turned it down because the Lord made it clear to me he wanted me to go to this Bible college.”
“You said you were twenty-one back then?”
“I was twenty-one. And my whole family turned against me. They didn’t send me a penny to support me at that school. But a church took up my support.”
“And the Lord gave me a job. And eventually I graduated from there. So the Lord provided. Yeah I did have some rough times there. Like I had one day where the only thing I had to eat was a chicken drumstick.” Gail laughs. “But I made it through. And I kind of got resentful. I got a little confused about God’s will then. And that’s when I went to the Southern Baptist church. Then I reapplied for Air Force Officer’s Training. And then I ended up going back.” Gail meant she went back to Baptist University of America. “Because I felt like the Lord dealt with me and I went back. So that was probably the third most. When I was a young lady.”
“Oh my goodness,” Terrance says.
“I’ve never put money over God’s will. I’ve always chosen putting God’s will over money or financial security. Through my whole life I’ve been like that. Probably the fourth most difficult decision after turning Brent Spiner down was to keep up my correspondence with him secretly behind my husband’s back. Because my husband threatened to divorce me by doing so.”
“Hmmm,” Terrance says.
“So that was probably fourth most. I’ve always been courageous.”
“I just felt like I needed to keep Brent in my life. And I was willing to risk the streets to do it.”
“Yes, you had to risk your own personal safety. That’s what it was.”
“I’ve never put my personal safety first before following my heart. I’ve always put following my heart above personal safety. Which may be one of the reasons I’ve got so many men that are crazy about me. I think Brent has always known that and respected that.”
“Yes, you just basically do whatever makes you feel right, whatever makes you feel good.”
“I’ve always followed my heart and what I felt was the right thing to do, even if it meant risking my financial security or even my life sometimes.”
“And that above other people’s feelings and that, too.”
“And I’ve always feared God more than I fear men.”
“Yes, yes. That’s a good idea.”
“I don’t try to make decisions based on what other people think or what’s popular or, you know, whether I get the respect of other people. I’m always more concerned about God’s opinion then men’s opinion of me.”
“Going against the grain there.”
“I’ve been like that my whole life.”
“I’m going to get some more water. Yeah, I’ve always been like that. I’ve always been a bit of a pioneer. I think might have got that from King David.” Gail switches out her tape on her cassette. “Is Jesus still there?”
“Well Jesus, he stepped out for just a little bit. He went to check on something.”
“That’s okay. Oh, boy it’s getting late.”
“But the advice that the Lord gave me I needed to know.”
“Oh definitely,” Terrance says.
“You should get to bed, Gail. You need to start catching up on your sleep,” Jesus says.
“Yeah. He’s right. I don’t get enough sleep.”
“You got to get that sleep,” Terrance says.
“It may take some time before you start sleeping normally again.”
“Okay. So the Lord’s back it looks like.”
“Okay. Thank you, Lord, for working on that yeast infection.” Gail laughs.
“Got to clean up all the yeast,” Terrance says. “Yeah, yeast is horrible.”
“Okay Lord, as far as making that corrective video I can just do that whenever I feel like it? It’s not a rush, right? Cuz I have a lot to do tomorrow.”
“Yes, whenever you like.”
“Okay. That’s good.”
“So Brent’s penis isn’t in danger, right?” Terrance says.
“I don’t think so?” Gail says.
“No, Brent’s penis is fine.”
“Oh, okay. I’m still a little worried about that, because I remember last time. Do you remember how long Brent’s penis is?” Terrance says.
“I know it’s really long. Brent tells me that brain-to-brain. It’s like sixteen inches or something erect, I think.”
“I’m not sure. But I know it’s really long. I’ve got to admit, I’m having a hard time using that Christmas present you gave me. Vladimir Putin is just too big!”
Gail is referring to a dildo that approximates Vladimir Putin and Brent Spiner’s penises together, having some of Vladimir’s girth and some of Brent’s length. Gail’s men gave this dildo to Gail as a 2011 Christmas present. They gave her a Parallel Bible a year later. The Bible has seen much more usage than the dildo. Gail can’t get into dildos. But she treasures the dildo as a gift from her men.
“Yes, he’s got a very fat penis.” Terrance is referring to Vladimir Putin’s penis.
“I feel kind of bad with Vladimir like that. Lord, can you do something for Vladimir’s penis? So that he can enjoy his sex life a little better? Like maybe make it a little less wide?”
“He’ll make it fit.”
“Okay. Never mind.” Gail laughs.
“Yes, you can’t argue with the designer.”
“Okay, that’s fine, Lord. You do whatever you want. Probably with a real body, it would be different. You know what I mean? If I ever did come together with Vladimir.”
“It requires a man’s force.”
“Yeah, that’s what I mean. It’s just something that requires a man’s force. After all, I delivered a baby. And the baby was a lot wider than Vladimir’s penis, so. . .They did have to do an episiotomy though. Because I was starting to break. So they had to cut me and I got stitches after the baby came out.”
“Yeah, because it was just too tight in there. I don’t know if you know what an episiotomy is. I’m sure Brent knows. Because he’s been to med school. They cut the opening so that the baby can come out. Cuz it was a little tight. Yeah, Brent would know. He actually . . .I think he was majoring in gynecology or something. So. . .he was telling me that brain-to-brain.”
“He was for a while,” Jesus says.
“Boy, God knows everything, man. I think I’m just going to sit still and listen. Like Brent’s doing. I mean we got the wisest person in the universe here counseling us.”
“Now everyone gets quiet,” Terrance says.
“Yeah. Maybe he wants me to go to bed.” Gail laughs.
“That might be it. It might be time for you to go to bed.”
“Yup. It probably is time for me to go to bed. I never get enough sleep.”
“Yeah. Why don’t we let you go to bed. I think Jesus and Brent going to hang out for a little while.”
“Okay. Thank you, Lord.”
“Brent will tuck you in. Goodnight Gail,” Jesus says.
“Goodnight, Lord Jesus. Goodnight, Brent.”
“Goodnight,” Terrance says.
“Okay. . .And thanks for all the time Terrance. You’re fantastic. Thanks for all the attention and everything.”
“Yes. Yes. Hey, we need to talk more on Skype, too, Gail, so. . .I don’t know if you’ll ever get the time. Just chit chat, you know.”
“Oooh. Well let me know at Church of Gail.” Gail meant the Church of Gail website. “Because I’m always checking Church of Gail.”
Gail’s men took down Church of Gail website in May 2014, the same time they took down the Jesuit website Crazy Gail Wiki. In order to take down Crazy Gail Wiki, they had to destroy the server, which also hosted Church of Gail website. It has not been reinstated as of April 2018.
“Okay. That is a plan,” Terrance says.
“Thank you Jesus,” Gail says.
Terrance and Gail at the same time, say, “Bye bye.”