When Kat Kerr, our favorite pink-haired charismatic meme-bot and “Dr. Michael Brown-approved prophetess” isn’t weaving an unbiblical tale of witchcraft and false theology by claiming that she has a picture of thousands of lioned-faced angels frog-marching chained demons across the sky in order to go to heaven for judgment, or that Miscarried Babies are Reincarnated For the Next Pregnancy, or even that there’s a place called ‘Jello-land’ in heaven that contains chocolate waterfalls and candy houses, she’s explaining that aborted babies travel in kangaroo pouches in heaven when they’re not being flown around by birds.
On episode 76 of Wednesdays with Kat and Steve, Chief-Enabler Steve Shultz asks her if children are presented to God the Father in the throne room in heaven, to which Kerr has a ready response.
Absolutely he does it at one point. I think Jesus welcomes most of the children himself personally, especially those who were miscarried or aborted. He meets with them first and any sadness that would even try to get into them that he takes any- you know, if you’re really shy or the child doesn’t know people, they make friends with Jesus first. And they love him.
They just love Jesus, he’ll come read stories to them. He takes them into the meadows and does things with them. They go on rides of different animals, like kangaroo. I talk about all the time, I’ve seen him put little babies in the pocket and the kangaroo hops around.
Wait, what? In the kangaroo’s marsupium? Isn’t it warm and damp and a bit slimy in there? What if the baby already has some roos inside? How many hundreds of millions of kangaroos are up there in heaven? That’s how babies travel?She continues:
Birds will fly the little babies around, they’re all going with Jesus to have a picnic somewhere. And so a scene like that, you probably wouldn’t mind because, you know, well, you would probably have a picnic in heaven. But it’s because he loves them so much, they fall in love with him. And even though they don’t have to, they want to receive him as their Savior.
“And so they have a ceremony in the throne room, where they will bring little flowers, they bring little bundles of tiny flower, like tiny daisies. And they have this little gown on and they all go before the throne, and they present it to Jesus Christ and say, ‘I receive You as my Saviour.’ It’s one of the best ceremonies to ever see when you’re in heaven, as you get to see the children being welcomed to heaven, and that they accept Jesus Christ. And because they love him, and they know what he’s done for them….
As wild as this may seem, never forget that Kerr is immensely popular in some circles, with her videos getting anywhere between 80k-350k views, and several thousand comments on her show, praising her wisdom, insights, and asking for further revelation of heaven.