Malcolm X Interview at UC Berkeley
(October 11, 1963)
By JOSEPH SMITH, JR. | December 12, 3012
The temple garments (i.e. underwear) are also popular at Atheist Conventions to the chagrin of the Mormon Elders. The most popular use of the temple underwear is in mock religious ceremonies.
According to Mormon Cosmology there are 3 degrees of glory. Within the highest degree of glory, the Celestial Kingdom, there are three divisions, and those in the highest of these divisions would become gods or goddesses through a process called exaltation or eternal progression. Mormon underwear has been carefully woven around these spiritual philosophies with 100% American cotton.
The buttons on the nipple areas on the female garments are about respect to God, husband and family. The buttons are made out of alabaster, another symbol of respect to God as well as the Friendly Universe he created. A vessel of Earth-Touching Posture. (Posture references Kolob, planet/star, a the heavenly body nearest to the throne of God.)
We came from a pre-mortal existence where people were spirit children of God. Then God presented a plan that would enable his children to grow and become more like him. The plan involved the spirits receiving bodies on Earth and going through trials in order to learn, progress, and receive a fullness of joy. The most important part of the plan involved Jesus, the eldest of God's children, coming to Earth as the Son of God, to conquer sin and death so that God's other children could return. Every person who lives on Earth will be resurrected, and most of them will be received into various kingdoms of glory. To be accepted into the highest kingdom, a person must fully accept Christ through faith, repentance, and through spiritual rituals such as baptism and the laying on of hands.
The nipples represent a God Body Mind Unification.
The nipples carry God's love and life.
Alabastor from Izaiah's mines.
Soul, Body, Earth and their shadows relate to the five senses. The unity of this vision matrix opens the Eye of God.
Eye of God Matrix
Mormons trace their origins to the visions that Joseph Smith reported having in the early 1820s while living in upstate New York. In 1823 Smith said an angle directed him to a buried book written on golden plates containing the religious history of an ancient people. Smith published what he said was a translation of these plates in March 1830 as the Book of Mormon, named after Mormon, the ancient prophet-historian who compiled the book, and on April 6, 1830, Smith founded the Church of Christ.
The LDS (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) grew rapidly after World War II and became an international organization as missionaries were sent across the world. The church doubles in size every 15-20 years, and by 1996, there were more Mormons outside the United States than inside. In 2011 there were an estimated 14.5 million Mormons, with roughly 57% living outside the United States.
Global distribution of LDS Church members in 2011.
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Interior of the Conference Center where the LDS Church holds its semi-annual and annual General Conferences.
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The Salt Lake Temple, which took 40 years to build, is one of the most iconic images of the LDS Church. It also holds the unique esteem as the greatest haunted house in the world.
Death Mask reproductions of Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith each sell for $29.99 at any Mormon gift shop.
Channel of Divinity Progressions
Channel of Divinity = Nipple Transcendence = Eye of God Matrix = Immeasurable Light
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Mormons adhere to the Word of Wisdom, to guide one into Nipple Transcendence through the Channel of Divinity for the ultimate quest, to unveil the Eye of God Matrix for a spiritual divinity of Immeasurable Light. The Word of Wisdom is also a health law or code that prohibits the consumption of tobacco, alcohol, coffee, and tea, and encourages the use of wholesome herbs, grains, fruits, and a moderate consumption of meat. The Word of Wisdom is interpreted to also prohibit other harmful and addictive substances and practices, such as the use of illegal drugs and abuse of prescription drugs. Mormons also oppose addictive behavior such as viewing pornography and gambling.