I was reading more of the life of George Fox. In chapter five George is on the outskirts of the town of Lichfield . . . and is instructed by God to enter the town and proclaim it's woes. And while walking the streets of Lichfield . . . George sees a vision of blood running down the streets of town. Thus causing him to declare the woes of Lichfield more forcefully . . . afterwards he learns that 1300 years before a Roman emperor Diocletian had slaughtered over one thousand followers of Christ at this site.
It seems that George had . . . mistaken the vision . . . as looking into the future, and not in the past.
Has anyone else had a similar experience? Have you seen into the past? I have a friend . . . that had a vision . . . of the garden of Eden . . . how wonderful.