The Church History Museum (formerly known as theMuseum of Church History and Art until 2008) is a large white three story building located at the west gate of Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City.
The inside of the building houses exhibits on church history from the time of Joseph Smith to present day events (2014) and what concerns us is choice they’ve made by depicting the occult markings on the inside and the outside of that building. We’re taking a look at some of those here.
Located on the outside front entrance of the Museum is a stone carving that depicts a set of upside down pentagrams. This seems to be a continuing theme in the world of Mormonism and we have to ask why. If this is a Christian organization why would they continue to house these occult markings on their buildings?
To the right of the upside down pentagrams you’ll see the sunstone which is also present on the Nauvoo Temple. You can read about their meanings and what the Church says about them in our article on Inverted Stain Glass Pentagrams here.
If the occult markings on the outside weren’t bad enough at one time there was also an exhibit on the inside of the museum in the children’s section with large pentagrams along with paper and crayons for the kids to draw what they saw.
You can find other disturbing displays of the occult at the Visitor’s Center, located at Temple Square. To be sure, the Church has used every square inch of their property to adorn the most evil of symbols known to mankind. Their repeated use of these leaves no question as to whom they worship.
The image on the right is a striking pictorial of LDS leadership in front of theChristus statue. Why is the earth dark behind ‘Christ’? Jesus is the light of the world and brought light to mankind. Why is it shrouded in darkness?
Another display that you’ll find in the Visitor’s Center is an altar. This isn’t just any ol’ altar, oh no. This is an altar of Adam and Eve giving an offering of fruit to God! Why would they do this you say? Yeah well, we’ve asked ourselves that very same question…
The altar scene is taken from Genesis 4:1-8 when Cain and Abel offered their sacrifices to God. Abel offered a lamb and Cain offered fruit of the ground. As we all know, God was displeased with Cain’s offering so our next question is why would Adam and Eve offer the same thing their sinful son Cain did? And why is the lamb sitting at the foot of the altar not being sacrificed?
The demonic markings on their temples, visitor’s center and history museum make a loud statement that shouldn’t be overlooked! These emblems aren’t a reflection of Jesus, nor do they bring glory to God!
As we think on these things remember to pray for the Mormon people who typically have no idea what these things mean. Pray that God will open their eyes to the truth and they’ll begin to wonder why anything representing the occult would adorn the most sacred places on earth.