Mormonism is Luciferian & Masonic, says Reader

(Designated GOP Presidential candidate is a practicing Mormon who gives 10% of his income to the “church.”)

In November, Americans can choose between two  Illuminati sects, Communism & Mormonism

The author, James, is a 29 year-old independent researcher of religio-spiritual
& occultic subjects. He is a former Christian fundamentalist, currently
Christian of a Friends (Quaker) flavor, and novice mythologist. He has
no relation to Mormonism. His interest is in exposing that which would seek to be hidden, i.e. Ephesians 5:11. He encourages others to research independently and test the information presented.



by James
(henrymakow.com)


Mormonism is in the spotlight in recent months due to Romney et al. and I think fellow readers would benefit from knowing just what Mormonism really is.

Firstly, Mormon theology is largely copied from older occult notions. The notion that man can evolve into a god is taught in everything from Theosophy & Scientby James
(henrymakow.com)

Mormonism is in the spotlight in recent months due to Romney et al. and I think fellow readers would benefit from knowing just what Mormonism really is.

Firstly, Mormon theology is largely copied from older occult notions. The notion that man can evolve into a god is taught in everything from Theosophy & Scientology to New Age thought and trans-humanism, to name a few.

Both evolution and the notion of aliens are crucial to their theological model. Their endowment ceremony is Freemasonic. Secret names are issued to the participants (as also occurs in wiccan covens, etc.) There are secret handshakes with certain levels of priesthood, and wearing of aprons, as also seen in freemasonry.

Their “three heavens” concept is largely based on the three lowest degrees in Freemasonry (telestial/entered apprentice, terrestrial/fellowcraft, and celestial/master mason.)

Only Mormons “in good standing” (a phrase copied from Freemasonry) will becomes gods of their own planets, with their goddess wife or wives, depending on how many wives they are sealed to.

Secondly, Joseph Smith was known, previous to his “revelation” as one who scryed to find treasure (that is, psychic looking at/into a stone or rock for divination purposes.)

It was by “scrying” that he allegedly “translated” the Book of Mormon etc. Compare this with automatic writing, channeling or other similar occultic practices, which each also spawned pseudo-bibles, with followings of their own.

As an aside, Joseph Smith (jr. and sr.), Hyrum Smith, Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and others were practicing Freemasons, in spite of the fact that Mormons were banned from becoming Freemasons from 1866 to 1984.

Thirdly, Mormonism is polytheistic, having a pantheon of gods and
goddesses (a “council of gods”), who go unnamed.

They teach that God the Father (whom they refer to as Elohim, whereas Christ is considered to be Jehovah) was once a mortal man on another planet. However this leads to a problem. What god do they think created the universe, and who was their first God? This is never addressed.

Further, they teach that this god has a body of flesh and bone, and
the Mormon goddess(es) as well (Doctrine and Covenants 130:22)

How then, do they copulate and produce babies that are spirits and thus
lack tangible bodies? What of the teaching that demons have no bodies,
(something one who knows Scientology would be familiar with this, except
that Ron Hubbard called them Thetans.)

This is curious, given the fact that in their theology, Lucifer, their chief of demons, not only has a body, but is light skinned and tangible.

The so-called “prophets” of Mormonism seem to be mislabeled, as they
fail the test for legitimate prophets, that is, making false prophecies.

Consider these cases:

Joseph Smith – The name of Oliver Granger shall be had in sacred
remembrance from generation to generation, forever and ever. —
Doctrine and Covenants 117:12-15 (July 8, 1838)

Brigham Young – Before 26 years go by LDS elders will be as much
thought of as kings on their thrones. — Journal of Discourses, vol. 4,
p. 40 (August 31, 1856)

Heber C. Kimball – “Brigham Young will become President of the United
States.” — Journal of Discourses, vol. 5, p. 219 (September 6, 1856)
(source & hat tip: http://www.irr.org/mit/wdist/false-prophecies.html )

(left, inverted Pentagram on Mormon church history museum in Salt Lake City)

CONCLUSION

I personally have no doubt that Mormonism is completely Luciferian,
from it’s very roots, and serves Lucifer.

Readers so inclined should examine the following links for further information:

The aprons pictured as well as description of the handshakes etc.

http://www.irr.org/mit/masonry.html

http://www.mormonoutreach.org/topics/Interesting%20Quotes%20from%20Joseph%20Smith.html

http://saintsalive.com/resourcelibrary/mormonism/questions-for-your-temple-tour

Related – 1857- Did Mormons Massacre a Wagon Train?
http://www.henrymakow.com/i_was_raised_mormon_and.html ology to New Age thought and trans-humanism, to name a few.

Both evolution and the notion of aliens are crucial to their theological model. Their endowment ceremony is Freemasonic. Secret names are issued to the participants (as also occurs in wiccan covens, etc.) There are secret handshakes with certain levels of priesthood, and wearing of aprons, as also seen in freemasonry.

Their “three heavens” concept is largely based on the three lowest degrees in Freemasonry (telestial/entered apprentice, terrestrial/fellowcraft, and celestial/master mason.)

Only Mormons “in good standing” (a phrase copied from Freemasonry) will becomes gods of their own planets, with their goddess wife or wives, depending on how many wives they are sealed to.

Secondly, Joseph Smith was known, previous to his “revelation” as one who scryed to find treasure (that is, psychic looking at/into a stone or rock for divination purposes.)

It was by “scrying” that he allegedly “translated” the Book of Mormon etc. Compare this with automatic writing, channeling or other similar occultic practices, which each also spawned pseudo-bibles, with followings of their own.

As an aside, Joseph Smith (jr. and sr.), Hyrum Smith, Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and others were practicing Freemasons, in spite of the fact that Mormons were banned from becoming Freemasons from 1866 to 1984.

Thirdly, Mormonism is polytheistic, having a pantheon of gods and
goddesses (a “council of gods”), who go unnamed.

They teach that God the Father (whom they refer to as Elohim, whereas Christ is considered to be Jehovah) was once a mortal man on another planet. However this leads to a problem. What god do they think created the universe, and who was their first God? This is never addressed.

Further, they teach that this god has a body of flesh and bone, and
the Mormon goddess(es) as well (Doctrine and Covenants 130:22)

How then, do they copulate and produce babies that are spirits and thus
lack tangible bodies? What of the teaching that demons have no bodies,
(something one who knows Scientology would be familiar with this, except
that Ron Hubbard called them Thetans.)

This is curious, given the fact that in their theology, Lucifer, their chief of demons, not only has a body, but is light skinned and tangible.

The so-called “prophets” of Mormonism seem to be mislabeled, as they
fail the test for legitimate prophets, that is, making false prophecies.

Consider these cases:

Joseph Smith – The name of Oliver Granger shall be had in sacred
remembrance from generation to generation, forever and ever. —
Doctrine and Covenants 117:12-15 (July 8, 1838)

Brigham Young – Before 26 years go by LDS elders will be as much
thought of as kings on their thrones. — Journal of Discourses, vol. 4,
p. 40 (August 31, 1856)

Heber C. Kimball – “Brigham Young will become President of the United
States.” — Journal of Discourses, vol. 5, p. 219 (September 6, 1856)
(source & hat tip: http://www.irr.org/mit/wdist/false-prophecies.html )

SaltLake17a.gif(left, inverted Pentagram on Mormon church history museum in Salt Lake City)

CONCLUSION

I personally have no doubt that Mormonism is completely Luciferian,
from it’s very roots, and serves Lucifer.

Readers so inclined should examine the following links for further information:

The aprons pictured as well as description of the handshakes etc.

http://www.irr.org/mit/masonry.html

http://www.mormonoutreach.org/topics/Interesting%20Quotes%20from%20Joseph%20Smith.html

http://saintsalive.com/resourcelibrary/mormonism/questions-for-your-temple-tour

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