"Hello, Cameron. I'm Tegan Fallahal. Most of that made no sense to me, and doesn't sound similar to anything I've heard of."
"Late yesterday morning – about twenty-four hours ago, actually – several people saw something bright fall to earth, and many more people heard the impact; I'm guessing that was your burning corpse. We went looking around the area where we thought it probably landed, and found that crater. We didn't find anything that looked like human remains. We figured it was a starstone – a rock that fell from the sky, that happens sometimes. I was looking through the debris, because starstones sometimes have rare metals and such, and then you climbed out of the crater and then you were here for the rest."
"A prophet is, broadly, anyone who starts or reforms a religion. They're usually sent or called by a god of the religion in question, if the religion has any. They always have otherwise-unattested abilities of some kind, to distinguish them from everyone else. They always know they're prophets, and of what religion, though the ones that're called don't know they're going to become prophets until it happens. I don't know how literal the word 'magical girl' is, but prophets can be boys. Or men or women, most prophets are adults."
"As far as I know, everyone on earth has a soul. I haven't heard of dead people being able to do things. Magical healers exist, and I've never heard of anyone coming back from the dead."
"If not having a patron could explain how you don't know what's going on, I'd guess that you're likely a nonstandard prophet."