My Third Encounter with an Angel is the final book of the trilogy and brings Awan’s teachings full circle. Awan’s first teaching thoroughly disturbed the author: “Religious leaders have altered the Bible for their own purposes. They have inserted laws into the book and claimed they were God’s laws. Priests wanted these laws in place to create fear and to control the masses.” In this book, the author provides corroborating evidence, which completely proves Awan’s statement.
It was important to Awan that he unbraided history to reveal the origin of homosexuality. Awan wanted to prove that homosexuality is not a choice, and explained why some people are born gay. Once again, the author was able to find evidence, which proved Awan’s controversial theory.
My Third Encounter with an Angel also examines how Christianity began as a religion of peace, which practiced mediumship during its church services, then morphed into a religion of suppression and violence. Along its journey to become the only religion in Europe, Christians persecuted four groups of people. During the Late Middle Ages, these groups were braided together, tortured and finally executed. Women were branded as witches, male mediums branded as homosexuals, and/or Satanists. The Jews were braided in with these groups and all of them were burned alive at the stake. The Church wrote doctrine after doctrine, which eventually made the distinctions between women, homosexuals, mediums and Jews invisible. This braid of destiny has caused these groups to be the scourge of western society, and vestiges of this animosity still exist today.