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Hi everyone, I'm a 'casual Mormon' who has felt a strong urge to return to my religious roots in recent months, not unlike many of my friends of the same and other religions. There is definitely a driving force of some kind working on us all. I am curious to know if any of you on this board have experienced similar attitudes towards your own faith or for those of you who aren't particularly religious, if you have felt any kind of 'small urging' that leads you to believe that world events today are more than just 'happenstance'; that more is going on to prepare us all for.....something. Something big.

Specifically about the title of this thread, there are several things within the Mormon/Latter Day Saint religion that allude to 'end times' events that are pretty interesting, in light of the passage of time and technological advances made since the particular 'prophecies' were given. As a child I would read or hear about these things and think 'yeah, right, how in the hell is THAT going to happen?' As times goes on, there are conditions blossoming worldwide that make many of them extremely plausible now. I'm not trying to push a religion on anyone here, just showing some things that might make you go "huh".....

So, here we go, in no particular order: let's have some fun and discuss the POSSIBILITY and BELIEVABILITY of these things actually coming to pass, WITHOUT REGARD to their origin since I know there will be a certain level of 'that's bullshit' simply because I've invoked the term "Mormon" LOL.

1. SECOND CIVIL WAR. Many presidents (a.k.a: PROPHETS, if you will) of the Mormon church have prophesied of a future time when the United States would suffer a second Civil War. Melding together aspects of several different 'prophecies', it appears that an invading foreign power coupled with great internal strife will lead to an inevitable civil war; one that will pit "neighborhood against neighborhood, city against city, town against town, county against county, state against state, and they will go forth destroying and being destroyed". This seems interesting to me in light of the vision of George Washington, the first President of the United States (google this). He had a vision, which he had transcribed, that gave him a 'history' of sorts of the future of the United States that included the first Civil War and a second period of struggle that involved a union of various countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa; a "dark, red light that moved in huge hordes by sea" to the American continent and "devastate the whole country". This actual, physical invasion of the United States was beaten back in his vision by 'angels', who bore the national standard (the Stars and Stripes).

2. THIRD WORLD WAR. Many 'prophets' of the Mormon church have stated that terrible, destructive wars are on the way at some point in America's future. Perhaps the most chilling and pertinent to the events of today is the vision of George Albert Smith, who was president/prophet of the Mormon Church when the dissertation of this prophecy was given in 1946. Some of the major points of this prophecy were:
a. U.S. would have missiles in the ground 'like grain silos'. The U.S. would also have missiles in Europe, which the U.S. would withdraw to appease Russia, then the war would begin.
b. Soviet Union (Russia) would hit these sites and destroy some cities.
c. The President of the United States, at the time of this future war, would be the first U.S. President not of "British or Northern European ancestry".
d. The U.S. would be entangled by alliances with other nations, and would take away weapons owned by the people.
e. One tactic specifically in Europe would be to hide military equipment in tractor-trailers and by rail.
f. The aftermath would be worse than the Great Depression (which he lived through), and would make the conflict just finished (World War II) look like a 'training exercise'.
The interesting thing about this particular 'prophecy' is that at the time of the vision (1947), the United States and Soviet Union were allies. Also, at that time, the idea of "missiles" that could carry a nuclear payload was unfathomable. In fact, the president of M.I.T. said in 1950 that "Intercontinental missiles with nuclear warheads are impossible".

3. PERIOD OF RESTORATION OF A CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT UPON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT. We have all seen or heard about the Idaho (I think?) politician who held 'meetings' to discuss the future role of members of the Mormon Church who would, in time, restore Constitutional government to the American continent. First of all, when the time comes, those who will do the 'work', I think, will do so out of necessity or a sense of patriotic duty; for anyone to set themselves apart as one who would 'help bring this about' is a jackass who is overestimating their ultimate importance. Some of the basic points of the prophecies regarding the "Constitution hanging by a thread" and the role of the Mormon church (more specifically, I think, at the time these things will happen, the membership) in preserving the Constitution:
a. The government of the United States will collapse, either as a result of internal strife and invasion or these will occur as a result of governmental collapse.
b. Members of the Mormon church (calling themselves 'saints' as they currently do) will gather in several places in large numbers, primarily for reasons of safety once these horrible events begin to transpire. Most notable of these places is somewhere 'in the Rocky Mountains'.
c. As a means of governing such a large populace, these 'survivor communities' will adopt the U.S. Constitution, IN ITS ORIGINAL FORM (meaning, the original document and the Bill of Rights) as a standard for governance. There will not only be Mormons in these communities, but members of many other faiths and non-faiths, who are good and willing people who seek safety and peace in terrible times. Many people of all faiths, backgrounds, colors, etc. will declare themselves in favor of this form of governance and order, and will ally themselves with these peoples.
d. The 'roving bands' who will prey on all they come across will keep their distance from these communities, presumably because they will be well organized and also well armed.
e. The United States Army, engaged in repelling the invading foreign soldiers (Russian AND Chinese), will be very nearly defeated; with roughly HALF of the Army having given up, taken prisoner, or deserted. At some pivotal point, the "Boys from the Mountains" (the 'Mormon' settlements) will come to their aid, and the remnant of the U.S. Army will "rally round" and ultimately defeat the invading forces here in America with 'divine help'. There is no reference to exactly what kind of 'divine help' this will be.
It should be noted that the Mormon church/religion/members/etc. have NO INTENTION of taking over the government of the United States of America; in fact, the entire spectrum of action on the part of Mormons in any capacity is on the RESTORATION OF ORDER, and the guarantees of civil liberties as outlined in the Bill of Rights. When the government of the United States collapses, there is no 'enforcer/guarantor' of your civil rights; those who are willing to come under the governance of these communities will be subject to and protected by CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY. The Constitution is not a document only for the United States of America; but is in fact a DIVINELY INSPIRED DOCUMENT by 'men whom God raised up to that task' that applies to ALL MEN, in ALL PLACES. The Constitution belongs to all people, NOT to any government.

I will do some more research and post additions to these, but perhaps the most telling one of all is one of the primary reasons for the "Book of Mormon" to have been given to us in this 'last days' period (In addition to being a witness of Jesus Christ and a historical record of ancient peoples of the American Continents) as stated by those who actually wrote the original records on gold plates:"

"Repent of your sins that ye not allow murderous combinations, which are most abominable and wicked above all, in the sight of God, get above you, which are built up to get power and gain. For these are they who seeketh to overthrow the freedom of all lands, nations, and countries; and it bringeth to pass the destruction of all people, for it is built up by the devil, who is the father of all lies. When ye shall see these things [secret combinations] come among you that ye shall awake to a sense of your awful situation."

Let the flaming begin LOL, I will look for more for you guys to think about.
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Great post OP- Came back 9 years ago myself.
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Not Mormon myself, but I have studied it somewhat, as I have looked at many faiths as a seeker. I had a very good friend who was a Mormon, and we had many delightful discussions (arguements) about that and other traditions.

I honor and respect the Mormon directive of storing a years worth of food for anything that may occur. A couple of years ago, I learned that Mormon stakes consider themselves responsible for everyone in their area of influence, not just their own members. I thought, and still think, that to be a amazingly lovely evidence of living the golden rule.

True prophecies can come from any tradition and faith as long as the prophet is not seeking the spotlight in stating the visions.

Thank you, OP, for these interesting prophecies. I had not heard of them before, but they certainly seem worth a second look.

hf
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It's me, the OP again...I have found other references and will be posting more.
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utter brainwashed moronic crap
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Moomins?
The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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Saddle up your 'white horse' and ride.

All faiths have looked to a final curtain call; a winnowing out of wheat from tares.

What's your opinion?

Mormons I have known tend to believe they have insider info; exclusive understanding the rest of the world lacks.
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NOT relevant at all, nothing but a slightly different version of TOTALLY FAILED religious bullshit.
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No man has seen god at any time. The heavens can not contain him. Flesh and blood can not inherit the heavens. Not exact bible wording but.
Mormons think a physical body is superior to a spirit body, and say Flesh and Bone can be in heaven. Yet the bible always reffers to God being a powerful spirit. The mormons say he is Flesh. Huge mistake.

Joshepth Smith, used to interpret the gold plates,I think they call them seeing stones. Yet the bible says to stay away from such spritualistic practices.
Its a lip service religion, they say one thing and do another. I know from personal experiences. Too bad they will say didn't we this and that, Jesus will say get away from me you workers of lawlessness.
Funny how no one in a faith ever questions it. Yet the Bible says to do just that. Gosh that is how Smith supposedly got started, he questioned what faith he was in at the time.
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Smith used a 'seer stone' which he placed into his hat and stared into the darkened hat to translate the GPs, not the urim & thummim (as some mistakenly believe) that he originaly had for the first 116 pages of the BoM, which were 'lost'. God took the u&t away because Joseph messed up by showing off the 116 pages and losing them.

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Not Mormon myself, but I have studied it somewhat, as I have looked at many faiths as a seeker. I had a very good friend who was a Mormon, and we had many delightful discussions (arguements) about that and other traditions.

I honor and respect the Mormon directive of storing a years worth of food for anything that may occur. A couple of years ago, I learned that Mormon stakes consider themselves responsible for everyone in their area of influence, not just their own members. I thought, and still think, that to be a amazingly lovely evidence of living the golden rule.

True prophecies can come from any tradition and faith as long as the prophet is not seeking the spotlight in stating the visions.

Thank you, OP, for these interesting prophecies. I had not heard of them before, but they certainly seem worth a second look.

hf
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These above prophesies seem to be the 3rd dream of George Washington here:

[link to www.ushistory.org]

"And again I heard the mysterious voice saying "Son of the Republic, look and learn." At this the dark, shadowy angel placed a trumpet to his mouth, and blew three distinct blasts; and taking water from the ocean, he sprinkled it upon Europe, Asia and Africa. Then my eyes beheld a fearful scene: From each of these countries arose thick, black clouds that were soon joined into one. Throughout this mass there gleamed a dark red light by which I saw hordes of armed men, who, moving with the cloud, marched by land and sailed by sea to America. Our country was enveloped in this volume of cloud, and I saw these vast armies devastate the whole county and burn the villages, towns and cities that I beheld springing up. As my ears listened to the thundering of the cannon, clashing of sword, and the shouts and cries of millions in mortal combat, I heard again the mysterious voice saying, "Son of the Republic, look and learn" When the voice had ceased, the dark shadowy angel placed his trumpet once more to his mouth, and blew a long and fearful blast. "Instantly a light as of a thousand suns shone down from above me, and pierced and broke into fragments the dark cloud which enveloped America. At the same moment the angel upon whose head still shone the word Union, and who bore our national flag in one hand and a sword in the other, descended from the heavens attended by legions of white spirits. These immediately joined the inhabitants of America, who I perceived were will nigh overcome, but who immediately taking courage again, closed up their broken ranks and renewed the battle.

Again, amid the fearful noise of the conflict, I heard the mysterious voice saying, "Son of the Republic, look and learn." As the voice ceased, the shadowy angel for the last time dipped water from the ocean and sprinkled it upon America. Instantly the dark cloud rolled back, together with the armies it had brought, leaving the inhabitants of the land victorious!
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All of Smiths Prophecy's Failed
Forget Smith
Study your Bible
Keep the Commandments
Have Faith in Jesus
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All of Smiths Prophecy's Failed
Forget Smith
Study your Bible
Keep the Commandments
Have Faith in Jesus
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Yeah and a 15 year old farm boy of no consequence said this..

“He called me by name, and said unto me that he was a messenger sent from the presence of God to me, and that his name was Moroni; that God had a work for me to do; and that my name should be had for good and evil among all nations, kindreds, and tongues, or that it should be both good and evil spoken of among all people” (JS—H 1:33).

So said the angel Moroni to the young Joseph Smith more than 170 years ago, on 21 September 1823. It was part of a chain of events that led to the translation and publication of the Book of Mormon, the restoration of the priesthood, and the establishment and dynamic worldwide growth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The building of temples and chapels, the Church’s welfare efforts in many parts of the world, and the Church’s leadership in moral issues also have all helped establish the name of the Church and hence the name of Joseph Smith worldwide.

That seemed to not be a fail!
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All I can say to any of you who doubt the Christian belief, the Mormon belief, or whatever....it says in the Bible as well as the Book of Mormon to pray for truth. Those who seeketh will find. Meaning if you pray to God for truth, ask him into your heart and offer you guidance on what path to take then God will give it to you. Some people have prayed once and gotten their answer. Others prayed for months and then finally got an answer. It all comes differently to each of us and also how hard we are TRULEY seeking an answer from him. Being honest with God and fully opening up your heart to him. You will not find your answers to religion by reading posts from people on the internet. Pray, and see where it gets you.

With much love and hope for myself and anyone else out there trying to find the truth,
Kellie
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The holy ghost has been telling me to get food storage now, with great urgency!
Peace and good brotherhood
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You may be interested in this
[link to www.bible.ca]
and this
[link to www.thepropheticyears.com]

There Doctrine's Seem VERY Different from the Bible!
All of Smiths Prophecy's Failed
Forget Smith
Study your Bible
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Yeah and a 15 year old farm boy of no consequence said this..

“He called me by name, and said unto me that he was a messenger sent from the presence of God to me, and that his name was Moroni; that God had a work for me to do; and that my name should be had for good and evil among all nations, kindreds, and tongues, or that it should be both good and evil spoken of among all people” (JS—H 1:33).

So said the angel Moroni to the young Joseph Smith more than 170 years ago, on 21 September 1823. It was part of a chain of events that led to the translation and publication of the Book of Mormon, the restoration of the priesthood, and the establishment and dynamic worldwide growth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The building of temples and chapels, the Church’s welfare efforts in many parts of the world, and the Church’s leadership in moral issues also have all helped establish the name of the Church and hence the name of Joseph Smith worldwide.

That seemed to not be a fail!
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Come on man
Joseph Smith Predicted people living on the Moon Wearing Quaker Hats That's a Big Fat Fail for Smith

He was ether Retarded or an attention seeker(not sure which)

Do you believe People are living on the Moon Wearing Crazy Hats?

Well He predicted Heaps with dates and they didn't transpire, So his mistakes are only a Google search away for anyone to see...................... DUMB DUMB DUMB

People got a fairly Accurate account of Mormonism in South Park (not that I watch that anymore)

"When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him." Deuteronomy 18:22

I have a Friend who the Mormon's rescued off of the street,
however he knows nothing of the Bible and I think the Mormon's most likely Confused Him

I believe Joseph Smith will have to Account for his Strange Doctrines on the Judgement Day
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Sorry Meant to give you this one too
[link to www.worldviewweekend.com]

I see now why My Ex-Mormon friend things heaven is unattainable

They think God is a Man, who was given the Gift to create Earth
Rather then God having created Earth and everything else

I don't see how Mormon Belief's Gel with the Bible
I'm going with sincerely deceived people's

Lets Hope God does lead them into a Brighter Future
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I believe many prophecies are mandated in their original scripture by groups who created a template legacy. Generations pass along the "seeds" of these prophecies so the future generations permit them to unfold according to plan. I do not believe there is anything mystical about prophecy because they are little more than the wishes and desires of a prescribed scripture created exclusively by humans, yet are assumed to be divine in origin. All religions were and are created by man, however divine and mystical they sound. Any mystery can never be resolved, especially when used in a religious context. Most religions believe in an end of days scenario, that some strange event will cause human consciousness to awaken to a new life,in some extraordinary and exalted plane of reality. The problem with this ideal is no two religions can agree on which humans are entitled to be part of this stupendous "Rapture".
It seems very apparent countries like Israel have been working in concert to bring about their own special prophecy of a "chosen people", as if God decided they have it over another race or religious group. The entire concept of a "chosen people" is counterproductive to world peace. I am not against jewish people, Muslims, or Christian. I simply realize the move for world domination really begins with religion.
Granted, certain religions teach a moral code, but the human being must learn to live according to his conscience and not the doctrines and dogmas of another. As benign as most religions appear on the surface, this compulsive belief in a God Deity, is really nothing more than a form of mental illness.
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All of Smiths Prophecy's Failed
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Oh yeah, like the one were he predicted, or the Lord revealed to him the coming first Civil War in the United States? Yep.

"The
Doctrine and Covenants

Section 87

Revelation and prophecy on war, given through Joseph Smith the Prophet, 25 December 1832 (see History of the Church, 1:301–2). This section was received at a time when the brethren were reflecting and reasoning upon African slavery on the American continent and the slavery of the children of men throughout the world.
1–4, War is foretold between the Northern States and the Southern States; 5–8, Great calamities will fall upon all the inhabitants of the earth.

1 Verily, thus saith the Lord concerning the wars that will shortly come to pass, beginning at the rebellion of South Carolina, which will eventually terminate in the death and misery of many souls;

2 And the time will come that war will be poured out upon all nations, beginning at this place.

3 For behold, the Southern States shall be divided against the Northern States, and the Southern States will call on other nations, even the nation of Great Britain, as it is called, and they shall also call upon other nations, in order to defend themselves against other nations; and then war shall be poured out upon all nations.

4 And it shall come to pass, after many days, slaves shall rise up against their masters, who shall be marshaled and disciplined for war.

5 And it shall come to pass also that the remnants who are left of the land will marshal themselves, and shall become exceedingly angry, and shall vex the Gentiles with a sore vexation.

6 And thus, with the sword and by bloodshed the inhabitants of the earth shall mourn; and with famine, and plague, and earthquake, and the thunder of heaven, and the fierce and vivid lightning also, shall the inhabitants of the earth be made to feel the wrath, and indignation, and chastening hand of an Almighty God, until the consumption decreed hath made a full end of all nations;

7 That the cry of the saints, and of the blood of the saints, shall cease to come up into the ears of the Lord of Sabaoth, from the earth, to be avenged of their enemies.

8 Wherefore, stand ye in holy places, and be not moved, until the day of the Lord come; for behold, it cometh quickly, saith the Lord. Amen".

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No man has seen god at any time. The heavens can not contain him. Flesh and blood can not inherit the heavens. Not exact bible wording but.
Mormons think a physical body is superior to a spirit body, and say Flesh and Bone can be in heaven. Yet the bible always reffers to God being a powerful spirit. The mormons say he is Flesh. Huge mistake.

Joshepth Smith, used to interpret the gold plates,I think they call them seeing stones. Yet the bible says to stay away from such spritualistic practices.
Its a lip service religion, they say one thing and do another. I know from personal experiences. Too bad they will say didn't we this and that, Jesus will say get away from me you workers of lawlessness.
Funny how no one in a faith ever questions it. Yet the Bible says to do just that. Gosh that is how Smith supposedly got started, he questioned what faith he was in at the time.
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Jesus was resurrected, was he not? Just because we receive a resurrected body does not mean it is necessarily a telestial body as we now have on earth. People will be resurrected with a body that will suit the glory of their inheritance, be it telestial, terrestrial, or celestial, etc.

Yes, you reason out a faith, then pray about it for confirmation.
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Sorry Meant to give you this one too
[link to www.worldviewweekend.com]

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That link is pure drivel, there are no crosses on chapels because we choose to focus on his resurrection and the importance of His overcoming physical and spiritual death which makes repentence, salvation, and exaltation possible. We do not deny that he died on the cross, but we do not focus ultimately on his death, but as I said, rather the rebirth is the most important focus for our mortal and eternal well-being.
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NOT relevant at all, nothing but a slightly different version of TOTALLY FAILED religious bullshit.
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THIS!!!!!!!

Not to mention that mormans/morons believe that Native Americans are demons and have a PLAN for a future morman president that will commit genocide upon all Natives.

THIS IS CREEPY!!!!!!!!!!
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Haha mormons
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Only 2 things on that whole list have actually happened.
Peak Oil, Peak Civilization, Peak EVERYTHING
People who don't believe in peak oil fall into 3 categories:
Uninformed.
In denial.
Too stupid to understand it.
Which one are you?
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Oh yeah.
During the last general conference in October one of the old dudes said that the end is NOT nigh.
Unless you selectively choose what you believe from the top suits your reason for returning to the church was invalidated.
Peak Oil, Peak Civilization, Peak EVERYTHING
People who don't believe in peak oil fall into 3 categories:
Uninformed.
In denial.
Too stupid to understand it.
Which one are you?
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I saw a documentary once that the Mormon temple in salt lake city has free mason symbols all over the place. Is this true? If so, that would make them controlled by the Illuminati and therefore their prophecies would reflect their actual plans.
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I saw a documentary once that the Mormon temple in salt lake city has free mason symbols all over the place. Is this true? If so, that would make them controlled by the Illuminati and therefore their prophecies would reflect their actual plans.
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It is true. My parents were married in the temple and my mother told me all about them years ago.
Peak Oil, Peak Civilization, Peak EVERYTHING
People who don't believe in peak oil fall into 3 categories:
Uninformed.
In denial.
Too stupid to understand it.
Which one are you?
Albino Rhino

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03/25/2012 01:59 AM
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Re: Mormon Prophecies concerning "The Last Days" and how relevant it is to current events
So if the Mormon leaders are secret Illuminati or controlled by them, they might have insider information because they are an arm of them in a way. So, it may be a wise thing to hear what they have to say and file it away under "maybe".
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03/25/2012 02:03 AM
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Re: Mormon Prophecies concerning "The Last Days" and how relevant it is to current events
Mormons are false prophets period utterly unreliable. we have the Bible and that is what God wants us to have. Bible prophecy is not of private interpretation either.

if an angel really did visit Joseph Smith, it was NOT an angel of God.

we do not turn aside to cunningly devised fables. the Bible expressly warns against worship of angels. Acting as a seer is also forbidden

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03/25/2012 02:20 AM
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Re: Mormon Prophecies concerning "The Last Days" and how relevant it is to current events
When the government of the US collapses, only the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has the organization that will maintain law and order.

You can spew all the hate you want about Mormons and Joseph Smith, but the Mormons will save the Constitution and Constitutional government from the nuclear first strike and invasion that is coming.

Don't be shortsighted and fight the invading armies when they hit our shores. LDS will likely retreat first into the safety of the mountains. Only people with a death wish would meet an enemy who has been planning an offensive invasion strategy for decades.