Tag Archives: necromancy

Baptisms for Dead = Usurping Jesus’ Judgment

17 September

General Conference, ‘Sharing Your Light,’ October 2014; “We will not be raising the dead as did the Savior, but we can bless the dead by finding their names for temple work. Then we will indeed raise them from their spirit prison and offer them the path of eternal life.” — Neill F. Marriott There are several […]

Henry Eyring’s Two Lies at Conference: Jesus isn’t Your Savior, Necromancy Encouraged

05 May

 General Conference, ‘Gathering the Family of God,’ April 2017 “They [young Mormons] have learned that this work saves not just the dead; it saves all of us”. “There are now many people who have accepted baptism in the spirit world.” – Henry Eyring Jude 24-25; “Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to […]

Shameless Cover-up of Joe Smith’s Necromancy

27 September

Why Did Moroni Deliver the Gold Plates on September 22? By Book of Mormon Central | Sep. 22, 2016 Mormon Life “…Moroni’s annual visits occurred generally around the time of the Israelite harvest festival season. The initial visit on September 21 in 1823 coincided with that year’s celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles. In 1824, September 22 […]

LDS Apostle’s Recent Experience with Appearance of Dead People

01 July

Remember beloved, God has forbidden us from having conversations with dead people.  Deuteronomy 18:9-12; “When thou art come into the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee, thou shalt not learn to do after the abominations of those nations. 10 There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or […]

Are There Guardian Angels?

10 February

Gospel Doctrine, p. 436; “President Joseph F. Smith suggested that it is possible that our departed loved ones may be sent to help us who yet live on earth. Our fathers and mothers, brothers, sisters and friends who have passed away from this earth, having been faithful, and worthy to enjoy these rights and privileges, […]

Ancestor Worship or Temple Worship?

30 January

Today we’re looking at the definition of worship in three different settings. The reason for this stems from the repeated articles on LDS websites directing members to be diligent in their temple work. Two examples can be seen in the seminars they hold, and directives telling bishops to install teenagers as ‘family history consultants’ for […]