Game from the Script: Book of Mormon

Book of Mormon opened
Disclaimer: I am a believer in the Creator and Yashua (Jesus) but not the way you have being taught or you want me to. Not really into religion, that which divides us.I am not a follower of the book of Mormon nor am I a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints.

Book of Mormon

After debating with some of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, some new views and insights were brought up that got me thinking. The Mormons as I’ve being told is about the other group of people that Yashua (Jesus) went to visit abroad. These American settlers were called the Mormons.This religion was founded by a man called Joseph Fielding Smith. The church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints was founded on April 6th 1830.

Joseph Fielding Smith

Joseph Fielding Smith in his younger years

Joseph Fielding Smith

Joseph Fielding Smith was born December 23rd 1805 in Sharon, Vermoont. Joseph Fielding Smith claimed himself as a prophet. According to the Mormons, Joseph Fielding Smith was inspired by the Heavenly Father and Yashua (Jesus) Kristos (Christ) who appeared to him near Palmyra, New York in 1820.

The story goes how they told him not to join any existing church but to prepare for an important task. Joseph Fielding Smith said that an angel by the name of Moroni who was considered the “last Nephilian”, visited him three years later on September 21st 1823. The first mention of Nephilim was in Genesis ch 6 v 1-4:

When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, 2 the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. 3 Then the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with humans forever, for they are mortal; their days will be a hundred and twenty years.”
4 The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown.

Zecharia Sitchin, an archelogists and a student of the Hebrew bible went on a journey to find out who or what the Nephilim were. This resulted in 12 of the most revealing and for some controversial books ever written. His first book of the Earth Chronicles begins with the ‘Twelve Planet’, where the mention of Nibiru is mentioned throughout.

Twelve Planet

Zecharia Sitchin
Zecharia Sitchin

The story goes how the angel “Moroni” told Joseph Fielding Smith about golden plates on which the history of early people of the Western Hemisphere was engraved in an ancient language. Joseph Fielding Smith found the plates in 1827 on a hill near Palmyra called Cumorah.

Hill Cumorah
Cumorah

Joseph Fielding Smith was able to translate the golden plates and he called it The Book of Mormon which was published in 1830. The picture of the golden plates is found no where in the book. Although Joseph Fielding Smith was learning and was able to translate the mystical language, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints use the King James version of the Bible. This was a version of the bible, altered from the ancient scriptures to please King James. The new version was brought out in 1611.

1611 King James Version of the Bible

In the ‘Pillars of Mormonism’ by Douglas V Pond, pg 23, it states:

The Book of Mormon is not the Mormon Bible as is sometimes supposed.

Pillars of Mormonism book

This leaves a question. If the Book of Mormon is not the Mormon bible then why is the major focus of Mormonism based on the King James version of the Bible?

Eventually Joseph Fielding Smith and his brother Hyrum Smith were shot dead in June 27th 1844 by his own followers, after attempting to run for president. They were angry at the two brothers for engaging in polygamy in which they got arrested for. The two brothers believed in the Jewish and Muslim concept.

Hyru Smith1
Hyrum Smith in his younger years

Hyrum Smith2
Hyrum Smith, older years

In 1852 Mormons were instructed not to convert blacks. After Joseph Fielding Smith’s death, in order to attract negros, the Mormons claimed to have gotten a new revelation from the Heavenly Father, telling them to include them. This took place in 1978. Mormons believe that the only black person in ‘Mormon’ Heaven is the faithful servant of Joseph Fielding Smith, Abel Burns.

They say that Moors (black people) can become Mormons but not priests and they cannot enter ‘Mormon’ Heaven. They repeated this very statement at Eugene Burns funeral, who was the nephew of Abel burns.
The Mormons teach and believe that black people are the cursed seed of Ham, it is not about going into just how wrong these teachings are but to make one aware of this religious sect.

The Mormons also believe that Moroni (the angel that came to Joseph Fielding Smith) is the son of Mormon who was a disciple of Yashua (Jesus) Kristos (Christ) the son of the Heavenly Father and was the last prophet of the American continent. Mormons apparently made records of these things according to the record of Nephi, which was engraved on the two golden plates. The plates are called ‘The Plates of Nephi’

Mormonism is upheld by the Ku Klux Klan and they have a quote ‘John Lee’ to signify something. The Lee part of the name is code name for K.K.K Members).

Ku Klux Klan

The plates of Nephi
The plates of Nephi

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Shalom (Peace)

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One Response to Game from the Script: Book of Mormon

  1. Hahahaha. that was completely ridiculous. The Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith, from New York. Joseph Fielding Smith lived years later. Aliens never entered the picture. The Mormons put equal weight on the Bible and the Book of Mormon. The two are thought to compliment each other. Also, there are no associations between Mormons and the KKK. Mormons don’t hate black people at all. There are plenty of black members of the church. You need to do your homework. This article holds only a precious few facts that even resemble the actuality of the Mormons’ beliefs.

    Where the did you pull the term Nephilian from? It’s Nephite.

    Also, that picture of Hyrum Smith in his old age is actually Joseph F Smith. Not to be confused with the orginal Joseph Smith, or Joseph Fielding Smith. You’ve got like 5 different Joseph Smith’s to juggle, and you completely botched.

    Joseph Smith Jr. was named after his father. He translated the Book of Mormon. Many people were named after JS jr, including two leaders of the church, both named Joseph Fielding Smith. The one always goes by Joseph F Smith to help alleviate confusion on an overly complicated naming situation.

    I mean aliens? Seriously? Go write a book report on Scientology. They’ve got all the alien fodder you could ever hope for.

    Seriously man, the LDS church is already confusing enough. Don’t go muddling up the story even further.

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