What is your opinion on the writings of Bertha Dudde? Since reading her writings I seem to have been experiencing nothing but confusion over what is true and false regarding the New Revelation.
Can you mention some examples? I've heard of other Lorber readers bashing Bertha but so far from what I've read from her, it lines up with scripture and New Revelation. But I have only read here and there.
I certainly do not intend to bash her only to gain understanding on which writings I can trust of those who have claimed to hear the inner word. As far as examples some that come to mind are Dudde’s claim that multiple “first pairs” of humans were created around the world instead of just Adam and Eve, Jesus’ soul being an unfallen angel instead of developing through the stages of matter as all other souls have, the world being destroyed through a Star colliding with it instead of environmental damage due solely to mens’ own actions, and the ending of a “salvation period” after which the gates of heaven are closed and all images soles are rebanished into matter again instead of continued unending developing for all souls in the beyond.
I have read only a few paragraphs from Bertha Dudde so I do not want to give an assessment of her. Her announcements do not appeal to me for whatever reason. I don't recognize them as the word of the Lord either. My experience with "apostles" of BD's announcements is unfortunately largely bad, which of course does not increase my motivation to deal with it even further.
Berta Dudde, what I know is not from that high source as Lorber. She repeats herself over and over. You will never find that in the Lorber books.Some of her followers are often fanatics, with not much love.That is my experience.
Well, although it made some of my fellow believers in the New Revelation very unhappy, that can give you my honest opinion about Mrs. Dudde and similar people's writings - studied in comparison with those of Lorber and Mayerhofer... https://ia801900.us.archive.org/8/items/TheLordAsAPoorManHG2/Discerning-Between-True-and-False-Teachings.pdf