mirkwood

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  1. I do know when @Vort is at work he ignores us.
  2. https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/trump-raid-8-important-questions-senate-judiciary-committee-member
  3. https://www.truthorfiction.com/anyone-being-investigated-by-the-fbi-is-not-qualified-to-be-president-of-the-united-states-trump-quote-is-likely-misattributed/
  4. The upcoming press briefing about the raid.
  5. https://i.postimg.cc/L5nmwGkx/bw.jpg
  6. I must be missing something here TFP. That seems to me a really odd question to ask in this thread. Care to explain?
  7. Any LDS member who dismisses the idea of conspiracies is ignorant of their own doctrines.
  8. If you are referring to a "LDS" political forum, you are dead on.
  9. That meme is sadly accurate. There are (and have been) wolves in sheep's clothing among the membership for a long time now. Some of them are quite subtle and quietly sow seeds of doubt.
  10. Still so many unanswered questions. Some of the above I can answer, but involves tactics that I am unwilling to share on a forum. JAG you know how to reach me away from here and I can answer some of your questions.
  11. @ldsguy422 Baal is most commonly known as a Cannanite and Mesopotamian god. He was worshipped as an agriculture god (fertility.) Sometimes he is also referred to as Son of Dagon (grain god) and also Hadad (storm god.) The Cannanites believed he had all power over people and and nature. He was not the head god of their pantheon. His father El is the head god. Asherah is the consort of El, though she is frequently paired with Baal. She is a fertility godess (and sexuality.) The worship of Asherah often included temple prostitutes. The worship of both often involved human sacrifices. The groves used in worship often included orgies and human sacrifice. Asherah was often represented by a carved tree, which appeared in groves. This is partly why the groves were burned by the Israelites (when they were on the right path.) Also interesting about both these gods/godesses, as well as many others, you can find the same names, or similar names scattered across numerous ancient cultures, or their equivalents with different names.
  12. When you write a book about the topic, which delves into the world of modern secret combinations and you are friends with the "patriot prophet," yes it does.
  13. Back to the abortion aspect. Some of the priestesses were trying to get pregnant during these rites so that they could later sacrifice the baby during another ritual. Truly evil people.
  14. Not at all. I brought it up too (sex cult), but they moved past my comment VERY quickly.
  15. Correct, as with all the mentioned pagan gods. I have not limited my studies on them to the Bible. There are even arguments that some of the pagan gods named were simply "phrases" or "words" that held certain meanings and became identified as "idols." When you delve into the root of the problem with the Israelites pursuing these other gods so frequently you often see themes of "whoring after other gods." With the common theme of sex in the rituals, I don't think this is a turn of phrase.
  16. Moloch is a variation of Baal (Ba'al, Bael, Belial, etc.) I have long said that abortion is a modern version of Baal worship. Most of these ancient pagan gods were fertility gods and the worship frequently involved sex. orgies and child sacrifice.
  17. H. Verlan Andersen was a close friend of Ezra Taft Benson. He was also a General Authority. You can read a bio here: H. Verlan Andersen - Wikipedia He wrote a book titled The Great and Abominable Church of the Devil. The book was endorsed by Ezra Taft Benson. The link below is to the pdf. The owner of the website has permission from the family to host the pdf online for people to read. I think he pretty much nailed it. www.redhotlogo.com/1-Great and Abominable.pdf
  18. Good point, but if I were innocent I'm likely asking for a bench trial.
  19. "On this day in which individuals in the United States celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, I continue to ponder on principles related to the message I shared earlier this year about the United States Constitution. The Constitution is unique because God revealed that He “established” it “for the rights and protection of all flesh” (Doctrine and Covenants 101:77, 80). That is why this Constitution is of special concern for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout the world. We should learn and advocate the inspired principles of the Constitution. We should seek out and support wise and good persons who will support those principles in their public actions. We should be knowledgeable citizens who are active in making our influence felt in civic affairs. I testify of the divinely inspired Constitution of the United States and pray that we who recognize the Divine Being who inspired it will always uphold and defend its great principles. ~ Dallin H. Oaks
  20. NEVER HAPPENED: Secret Service Members Ready to Testify, Dispute Hutchinson's Jan. 6 Story (hannity.com)
  21. You forgot to mention that hearsay evidence is allowed.