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 Post subject: Re: Mormons are into the OCCULT
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:40 pm 
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Here is a fun quote, but it might fit better under the heading of Mormon Astronomy.

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In Doctrine of Salvation Vol. 1 page 88-89 Joseph Fielding Smith said under Earth to be Celestial Sun, "It is my opinion that the great stars that we see, including our sun, are celestial worlds; at least worlds that have passed on to their exaltation or other final resurrected status. This is in conflict, of course, with the teachings of scientific men, who declare that the sun is losing its energy and gradually cooling off and will eventually be a dead world... And this world, so benighted at present, and so esteemed by infidels, as observed by Brother Clements, when it becomes celestialized, it will be like the sun, and be prepared for the habitation of the saints, and be brought back into the presence of the Father and the son."

Take that so-called "Laws of Thermodynamics" and "Law of Conservation of Matter" for we are talking about the LDS doctrine of Celestialized Worlds that have been properly baptized (great flood) tithed (harvesting of resources), and anointed with oil (Exxon Valdez).

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 31, 2017 5:18 am 
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moksha wrote:
and anointed with oil (Exxon Valdez).
this time i've decoded your message at once;

penguins are criptyc...
Exxon Valdez ...

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:54 pm 
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Mittens wrote:
Don't Mormons teach animal sacrifice after Jesus's sacrifice ?

Don't Christians believe in symbolically cannibalizing Jesus?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:14 am 
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Great find Moksha!

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In Doctrine of Salvation Vol. 1 page 88-89 Joseph Fielding Smith said under Earth to be Celestial Sun, "It is my opinion that the great stars that we see, including our sun, are celestial worlds; at least worlds that have passed on to their exaltation or other final resurrected status. This is in conflict, of course, with the teachings of scientific men, who declare that the sun is losing its energy and gradually cooling off and will eventually be a dead world... And this world, so benighted at present, and so esteemed by infidels, as observed by Brother Clements, when it becomes celestialized, it will be like the sun, and be prepared for the habitation of the saints, and be brought back into the presence of the Father and the son."


This is confirmation that if a religious man, such as Joseph Smith, simply proclaims something, others will believe it, regardless of what evidence there is. The gullibility of man when it comes to someone in authority or citing an authority is pretty spooky if the subject changes, say, from something harmless such as which world is the celestial one, to, human sacrifice is back, and that means your own kids are in danger.

Mormonism's leadership understanding of science is so stupidly backwards (or was?) that it seems to be to simply have to reflect on their understanding of God. Just what can or do they actually know about either? And hence justified doubts raise up in the breasts of man. It's not that the world is wicked, it's that they don't simply assent when assertions are made, thus even Mormon judgments about what wickedness is may be malnutritioning the human spirit instead of sustaining it.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 4:57 am 
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Philo Sofee wrote:
Great find Moksha!

This discourse is a good reason why religious people should be wary when religious leaders put forth speculations which they know to be contrary to science. It is also an example to religious leaders of why they should not make too outlandish of religious speculations.

For the most part, Mormons agree with the idea that God follows the rules of the known universe, although some will engage in magical thinking when it helps to make the allegory seem literal.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:06 pm 
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moksha wrote:
Here is a fun quote, but it might fit better under the heading of Mormon Astronomy.

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In Doctrine of Salvation Vol. 1 page 88-89 Joseph Fielding Smith said under Earth to be Celestial Sun, "It is my opinion that the great stars that we see, including our sun, are celestial worlds; at least worlds that have passed on to their exaltation or other final resurrected status. This is in conflict, of course, with the teachings of scientific men, who declare that the sun is losing its energy and gradually cooling off and will eventually be a dead world... And this world, so benighted at present, and so esteemed by infidels, as observed by Brother Clements, when it becomes celestialized, it will be like the sun, and be prepared for the habitation of the saints, and be brought back into the presence of the Father and the son."

Take that so-called "Laws of Thermodynamics" and "Law of Conservation of Matter" for we are talking about the LDS doctrine of Celestialized Worlds that have been properly baptized (great flood) tithed (harvesting of resources), and anointed with oil (Exxon Valdez).


Since this is the dude who said we'd never land on the Moon, we can dismiss his ravings as pretentious and pious brain farts. In fact, I can probably say with confidence that Joseph Fielding Smith was probably one of the most proudly scientifically illiterate douchebags to blat and bleat latterday prophetic nonsense. He couldn't even come up with his own creationist hokum but had to steal it from the Seventh Day Adventists. An entitled product of the Mormon aristocracy and an embarrassment as a 20th century American. And of course he was the Godfatherinlaw to that Moron Doctrine theobully Bruce. :wink:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:51 pm 
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that Moron Doctrine theobully Bruce.

Theobully Bruce........ :lol: LOVE IT!

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