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Postmortem Rewrites of Joseph Smith’s Witchcraft Revelations

02 May

Leaving Mormonism brings many new discoveries, some more shocking than others. This particular subject matter was one of the most surprising for me based on its brazen audacity to openly lie to the Mormon people. Little did I know as a Mormon, the Church has spent an extraordinary amount of time retro-engineering their beloved founder’s […]

Crystal Balls aka Peep Stones, and History of Joseph Smith

26 March

Leviticus 19:31; “Regard not them that have familiar spirits, neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them: I am the Lord your God.” While looking for a reference on something that has nothing to do with our topic today, I came across Bruce R. McConkie’s definition for ‘crystal balls’. As it turned out, I had also just read […]

Condoning Witchcraft in Early Mormonism

02 March

Journal of Discourses 2:44; “The spiritual philosophy of the present age was introduced to the modern world by Joseph Smith. The people of the United States abandoned him to martyrdom, and his followers to fire, and sword, and plunder, and imprisonment, and final banishment to these far-off mountains and deserts, simply because a medium of communication […]

History of Witchcraft in Smith’s Life is Something the Mormon Church Can’t Fix

29 January

1 Thessalonians 5:21 “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good”. Over the next few days we’re exploring some of the standout mistakes in Mormonism. Today we’re beginning with the nefarious witchcraft activities of Joe Smith. No matter what the Church does in the future, they can’t change their past. Our image shows how the […]

Yoga on the Mormon Channel

04 June

Recently the Mormon Chanel has been posting Yoga on their social networks. For some odd reason I was surprised that Mormons are into this type of spiritualism. Yet according to a Pew Research Study 27% of Mormons believe in this spiritual practice. Unfortunately yoga has not only become prevalent in Mormonism, but in Christianity as […]