2250 AD Martin was in front of the four living creatures and had fallen over onto his face again. “I thought you said he would be able for this,” an angel said. “He will be ok it’s just that even in his new body he finds it hard to cope with things that don’t relate to anything else he has experienced before,” Jesus responded.
Martin began to come around. As he regained consciousness he remembered to prepare himself for the shock. He didn’t want to go into that catatonic state or whatever it was he had just experienced again. So he concentrated hard and managed to get a hold of all the various impulses coming to him through all his senses and extra sensory perceptions. The flood of impressions coming at him from the four living creatures this close up was the closest thing to pain he had felt this side of the rapture. He could feel himself wobbling again and getting giddy.
“Look at Me.” It was Jesus saying the only sensible thing to do. So Martin looked into Jesus’ eyes. Strength and power flowed through his new body and he found he could stand firm. His admiration for John, Ezekiel and Daniel grew.
Patricius, the angel, asked Martin if he was ready for a short journey to the regions beyond. Martin thought he was so he went with the angel into the living creatures.