Joseph Smith, the Mormons of today love to exploit the rich diggings of the imagination
confirmed by the Law of Witnesses.
The hunt is on for placing
hands on the Last Gentile. Juvenile Instructors
"Everyone looks good in camo."
Mormon Visionary seeking for a sign
Mormon Aesthetic Juvenile Instructor in God's Army Placing
Hands on the Last Gentile in the Religion Making Business...
Streaking across the Mormon Archipelago is yet another
bright shooting star to stream sparks and glitter to then fade to black.
from boring Christianity there is an alternative, another parochial form of Jesus
Worship. Mormons have a "Medium" to protect us from the natural man
and other evil spirits too.
Philo-Semitic Mormon Vison and
Revision to Vision
Xanadu Zanadhu, Mormon Temple with the Juvenile
Home of a Panoply of Deities
for the inquiring mind to ponder
Instructors exploit the rich diggings of Mormon Conjecture and Mormon mystery.
Mormon History is both enigmatic and fanciful.
Prophet with his supplicants: The Mormons are engaged in the blood-sport business
of religion making with ruffles and flourishes, ruthless abandon and chutzpa.
The Mormon Tribals carry on doing what they do to climb to the stars to populate
infinity, and we, the unsashed will be left behind.
Contemporary Politics, Mormonism, and Sehats Myth of
American Religious Freedom
The case for some restraint on
American Religious Freedoms or Profligate Religious Promiscuity
flourish of Religious Enterprise Mormons have clearly taken these freedoms far
too far to the max.
Comment by Gus O Kahan
Question on Religious
Freedom Agency in The Religion Making Business
Are the players
ever honest or are we dealing with unreliable narrators making it up as we go
Religion is, of course, subjective and requires some sort of leap to
free fall into the wrap of a preordained reality. Such as it is, The Mormon Takes
on how things work the plan of salvation is, as it is
heaped conjecture. Still contested by many thinkers and scholars; Mormons themselves
have a difficult time embracing all the ins and outs, all the working
parts in the plan of salvation.
Religious Freedom does have some problems,
Mormons could fall within this purview. Mormons started by claiming more land
and money than was needed like the faith itself. Some religions believe
less is more, in the market there are so many Swamis and there is so Little Time.
Religion to claim Divine Right there must be some thought behind the premise,
for Mormonism, this has never been fully divined.
On religious freedom, a programmer
would chime, Whats with all this stuff tagged on? This wont
run on any machine I know of. Jesus, youd think Elohim would think things
out first ya know garbage in . . . The Religion Making Business
is not tidy but, what the heck, slaughter the goat anyway.
by Gus O. Kahan February 13, 2011 @ 5:24 pm
Mitt Romney flitts and flutters before his full
trying on new faces while experimenting with aerobatic dexterity.
Mitt the Vetted Mormon in flight Romney
"As man is, GOD once was; as GOD is man may become."
in flight too close to the sun, the many faces of Mitt
Romney Mormon Transhumanist thinker too many faces
Mitt Romney, the
alien being, lives for the afterlife and we're just chattel for his means to the
end. We Gentiles are called Natural Men, a pejorative term for we who are far
less correct than Mitt
Again: The Law of Witnesses is confirmed
by the many faces of Mitt Romney.
"repeat after me, 'Health in the
navel, marrow in the bone, strength in the loins and in the sinews, power in the
priesthood be upon me and upon my posterity through all generation of time and
throughout eternity forever and ever, Pay-lay-ale.'"
an oath like that who needs to pledge to a flag?
if it is like unringing a bell: Mitt Romney could take an Un-oath disavowing any
previous vows that supersede our oath of allegiance. If that were to be done,
publicly without caveat or reservation then, of course, Mitt Romney is fully vetted
and a viable candidate for high office despite his Mormon faith.
Mitt Romney and the weird and sinister beliefs of Mormonism.
Posted Monday, Oct. 17, 2011, at 11:05 AM ET
has spoken the thinking
has been done."
Thank God for The Law of Witnesses.
Book Notice-Between Pulpit and
Pew: The Supernatural World in Mormon History and Folklore
T - February 13, 2011
Between Pulpit and Pew, seance with the Supernatural
WOW What a book cover," Between
Pulpit and Pew:"
Between Pulpit and Pew Judging from the
book cover, it looks like Ron L. Hubbard had something to do with this publication.
Definitely a Scientologist influence behind the image cover, Between Pulpit and
Pew: Im not sure if magic mushrooms have taken over the chosen or if they
are being abducted by alien beings hovering over the planes of Zion?
way its got to be a great read with lots of tangents to the Mormon Odyssey.
I love to read first hand accounts of abductions. Every Mormon loves the supernatural
wrapped in faith. Religious Freedom Forever no matter what the cost.
by Gus O. Kahan February 13, 2011 @ 6:19 pm
Thomas Aquinass Theory Of Scripture Explains Why Jimmer Fredette Is The
Hinge On Which Modern Mormonism Pivots
By: matt b. - February 09,
For it is written Agency is written on your Jersey, so much agency
so little time.
Response to How Thomas Aauinas's Theory of Scripture
Explains Modern Mormonism
By: Gabriel Von Himmel
and the Anthem, for it is already written
Seeking the Mormon
Rainbow of Permutations with authority and blessed tangents for truth in the faith,
should it be Jimmer or the Jeraneck or Beck or all three?
looking through this post, I can see there is still a wish for singularity in
the shiny face of another Great White Hope, in the name of Jimmer,
a basketball player in Utah unknown to any beyond the camp that worships such
stuff is a stretch on which to hang ones spiritual star. I could carry on
with one run-on sentence after the next, dropping names and places in a facile
amalgamation to both baffle and bedazzle for the sake of some faith or another
to draw attention to the writer rather than whats written,
but, life is short and run-ons linger to some unresigned completion for the instructor
brotherhood of juveniles in the religion making business for Mormon
And it came to pass, beyond the Mormon Temple stretches
the Utah Badlands, go hither and make them green. With the evolving social construct
absorbing a multitude of cultural lenses, there is soon to be a place in time
for All Mormons to reinsert themselves into weft of this tapestry, with full Mormon
Restoration, returning to that purest of faith requirements, polygamy and all,
reconciling FLDS and LDS forever, and more, both here and in the hereafter forever
this may be part of the plan of salvation for everybody. Now there
is a new prophet afoot with a completed new and updated work of bibical proportion
to ponder, The Book of Jeraneck, yes, there is still more room under the Big Tent
of Mormon Branding, heres hoping Mormon Youth-in-Asia learn to accept this
newest of all white heros and root along too.
Good luck and lots of prayer
for Jimmer and Gill to carry the faith into the New Light of Brighter Days to
Glenn Beck has his own club to drag along as well. One could
forget the whole idea and just buy gold.
Comment by Gabriel von Himmel
February 15, 2011 @ 10:23 am
God for The Law of Witnesses
Between Pulpit and Pew: The Supernatural World in Mormon History
By: Jared T - February 13, 2011
Between Pulpit and
Pew, seance with the Supernatural Latter-Day Saints
What a book cover, Between Pulpit and Pew:
Between Pulpit and Pew
Judging from the book cover,_it looks like Ron L. Hubbard had something to do
with this publication._Definitely a Scientologist influence behind the image cover,
Between Pulpit and Pew._Im not sure if magic mushrooms have taken over the
chosen or if they are being abducted_by alien beings hovering over the planes
Either way its got to be a great read with lots of tangents
to the Mormon Odyssey. I love to read first hand accounts of abductions.
Mormon loves the supernatural wrapped in faith._Religious Freedom Forever no matter
what the cost.
Comment by Gus O. Kahan February 13, 2011 @ 6:19
W. Paul Reeve
Michael Scott Van Wagenen
astronomer Carl Sagan wrote the best-selling book, The Demon-Haunted World: Science
as a Candle in the Dark. According to Sagan, the modern world could yet be set
free from its enduring state of ignorance through the rejection of irrational
belief and the acceptance of the scientific method. Indeed, he touched upon an
enduring, fundamental conflict between the superstitious mind and the critical
mind. Scientists such as Sagan claim that with perfect knowledge, all phenomena
in the universe may be explained through natural laws. The limits of our understanding,
however, have always created a vast unknown territory, which innately inquisitive
humans have filled with a pantheon of gods and demons. This "supernatural"
world lies beyond the defining parameters of natural law, allowing the human imagination
free rein in the shadowy margins of knowledge and ignorance.
is not limited to the natural sciences. Ancient scribes often recorded their histories
in the context of unseen gods whose capricious intercession brought fortune or
famine upon a people. As a result, they often embraced fantastic claims with little
grounding in the rational world of natural law. During the fifth century BCE,
the Greek scholar Herodotus rejected such convention in favor of a more scientific
analysis. While chronicling the events of the second war between the Greeks and
the Persians, he explained his new methodology: "My duty is to report all
that is said; but I am not obliged to believe it all alike." It is this new
critical approach that disting
...from the Juvenile instructor
Mormon History Blog
Philo-Semitism is inspired by the Melchizedek Priesthood and the Levitical Rites
afforded the worthy.
Philo-Semitism is Holy Envy by the Proto Scientologists
far, the Most Correct
Juvenile Instructor exploits ever
Instructors' exploit the rich diggings
of Mormon Conjecture and Mormon Mystery.
along with yet more Mormon History
Instructor lies Between pulpit and pew, a unique position from which to cloud
one's most correct visions.
The Noetic Scientists at the Juvenile Instructor
have much to teach us, much to teach us of the great wealth of knowledge the Mormons
have in the Religion Business.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
has tapped the Juvenile Instructor Mormon Elder with the task of research generation
of such an arcane parochial nature that one is baffled by the breadth and reach
of such efforts to obfuscate the origin of the the Mormon Church and its business
Pulpit and Pew
Cain wanders the frontier as a Bigfoot-like
hairy beast and confronts an early Mormon apostle. An evil band of murderers from
Mormon scripture, known as the Gadianton robbers, provides an excuse for the failure
of a desert town. Stories of children raised from the dead with decayed bodies
and damaged minds help draw boundaries between the proper spheres of human and
divine action. Mormons who observe UFOs in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
find ways to explain them in relation to the churchs cosmology. The millenarian
dimension of that belief system induces church members to invest in the Dream
Mine, a hidden treasure that a would-be heir to Joseph Smith wraps in prophecy
of the end times. A Utah version of Nessie haunts a large mountain lake. Non-Mormons
attempt to discredit Joseph Smith with tales that he had tried and failed to walk
Mormons gave distinctive meanings to supernatural legends and events,
but their narratives incorporated motifs found in many cultures. Many such historical
legends and beliefs found adherents down to the present. This collection employs
folklore to illuminate the cultural and religious history of a people.
O.C.D. Between Pulpit and Pew a Juvenile Instructor obsession
Supernatural expands beyond pedestrian mysticism to agape
Some Thoughts on the Mormon Kingdom of God,
By: Ben P - January 04, 2011
idea of the Kingdom of God and American Exceptionalism as seen through the lense
of Mormon Thinking or Liberty Through Obedience
Exceptionalism and the Manifest
the Invisible Hand and free land
seems to be a noted lack of comment on obvious forces that swept Joseph Smith
to prominence. As one not schooled in Mormon History but aware of currents in
the American Experience, I must mention the influence of the Mystical Great Awakening,
American Exceptionalism, Manifest Destiny and the Jacksonian Era; all shaped Mormonism
by default yet Mormonism had no influence on any of these events.
Andrew Jackson Joseph Smith would have been merely a whimper, the notion: magical
white people on a new continent, vacant of_any reasonable opposing force made
this land, bounded by two oceans, a blessing granted by God himself.
As it is our right to explore those possibilities using the forces of old
scripture and the invention of new revelations as tools to explore this
virgin soil; opening space to explore with new agency on the fringe of the unfolding
A second unnoticed event was the industrialization of Britain. I
believe the term Dickensian was coined to express the utter desolation of the
lower classes of Great Britain. The marketing event was to send Mormon Apostles
to commingle with opportunity; to populate space, to lay claim to territory in
the name of a theocracy. With the tease of free land, a modicum of human rights
and a religion not unrecognizable, opportunity, a great leap for the starving
British citizen without land or promise.
The Frontier of America was ripe with
all forms of speculation, and Mormonism was just one. The co-opted Amish Communitarian
social structure was enough to separate Mormons from the great frontier spirit
and the Great Awakening provided the momentum for Joseph and Apostles to tinker
I believe a compelling case can be made for acknowledgment
of historical forces rather than personalities driving the early successes of
Mormonism, British overpopulation and famine of unwanted masses was prime for
pickings. Its no great trick to lure a human from hopeless feted slums,
sweating for British Merchant / Aristocracy (a grimy hopelessness) to a new land
and new hope on a new continent of possibility.
Yes, the cult of personality
was a matter of being born in a time of infinite possibility both spiritual and
material. Just dont be Native-American. It would be good to ask, what would
Joseph Smith be without Andrew Jackson and his unrelenting drive for States Rights,
de-solution of the National Bank, MexicanAmerican War and disobedience to
the Supreme Court. With Andrew Jackson anything was possible, including a New
Religion recognizable but not too much different but with a Prophet at the Helm.
The Divine Right Rite is undeniably compelling and location, location, location.
by Gus O. Kahan January 7, 2011 @ 2:43 am
the ultimate business model, the infinite real estate deal, a place for all to
gather whether dead or alive no matter how you were recruited, the Mormon Apostolic
Holding Pen always has room in the tub for more souls to scrub.
the Mormon Tribals
Heaven, another spiritual enterprise
Liberty through Obedience with Mormon Magic
and Mormon Metaphysics
Come to Joseph
when speaking to gentiles:
speaking to gentiles, Mormons claim to be
misunderstood, but, we gentiles
are misunderstood all too well . . .
Gabriel Von Himmel
engagement with Shibboleths:
profligate religious promiscuity
contends that all good folk are White and Delightsome. The White and Delightsome
Axiom is confirmed by the Law of Witnesses.
Super Super-spiritualism and Mormon Intellectual Scholarship. Mormon Spiritualism
churns in a bi-polar world, an unshakable manichean view of our reality and all
the spaces between and beyond forever and ever.
By: Steve Fleming - January 20, 2011
On Being Bibical_American Exceptionalism and the Manifest: the invisible hand
and free land
Yes, Gods Will, served up on our shores,
no matter what the cost, with Extra-Bibical Wisdom . . .
There seems to be
a noted lack of comment on obvious forces that swept Joseph Smith to prominence._As
one not schooled in Mormon History but aware of currents in the American Experience,
I must mention the influence of the Mystical Great Awakening, American Exceptionalism,
Manifest Destiny and the Jacksonian Era, all shaped Mormonism by default yet Mormonism
had no influence on any of these events._Without Andrew Jackson Joseph Smith would
have been merely a whimper, the notion, magical white people on a new continent,
vacant of any reasonable opposing force made this land, bounded by two oceans,
a blessing granted by God himself. Mormonism sidled in and took its
fair share using the trope of murmurs, sounds, rustling curtains and whispers.
it is our right to explore those possibilities using the forces of old scripture
and the invention of new revelations as tools to explore this virgin soil; opening
space to explore with new agency upon more agency compounded for dramatic effect
on the fringe of the unfolding continent. Freakish festoons of conjured reality
boiled forth by making it up as you went along as it has always been done but
on the frontier the restraints were few, and possibility endless
and God could be everywhere. With Andrew Jackson anything was possible, including
a New Religion recognizable but not too much different but with a Prophet at the
Helm who could speak bibically, whats to stand in the way._The Peepstone
speaks for itself._The Divine Right Rite is undeniably compelling and location
Comment by gus o. kahan January 21, 2011 @ 1:39 am
on religious promiscuity
the Mormon Apostolic Stud Farm
a Mormon Sister Speaks out.
A Mormon Sister Speaks
an older Mormon Lady, mother of ten, after years of devotion to my faith I know
the plan of salvation is measured by having lots of babies, But at my age, I'm
getting tired, tired of pushing babies out my butt for the Prophet. Seems fruitless
to just make more babies without truly understanding why I have to be part of
The Prophet's plan.
God hear the words of my mouth."
Barbara Smith Palmer
Plan of Salvation:
But, in the Mormon Afterlife there are no complaints of sexual excess, spiritualism
and sexual prowess have reached sigaluarity In the Mormon Afterlife.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
with the malleability of Truth is stock in trade, hard currency to further the
Mormon Apostolic Enterprise.
Law of Witnesses
is confirmed by the Many faces of Joseph Smith
Much to forget
The many faces of Mormonism
the world one
Mormon at a time through
religious understanding and
Neo-Orthodoxy is about forgetting what took so long to remember, Robert
Millet is the foremost authority on remembering to forget all the that stuff
that made Mormons oh so unique.
say, "What challenges your faith and
doesn't kill you makes you believe
Retro-Apologetics is not Counter-Apologetics, Mormons should apologize for insisting
their deception (fraud) is worth the damage done to Global Reality. After self-scrutiny
Mormon Apologists should apologize for their fraud. Now that Mormon Apologetics
is through explaining their faith, their job, now, is to apologize for their apologetics
from the beginning. |