Murder of Osiris and Isis birth of Horus:
The Untold Story of Ancient Egypt Auset(Isis) supported her husband in every way. Both Ausar(Osiris) and Auset(Isis) were adored by their people. But their evil brother Set(Seth) hated Ausar(Osiris)
and was jealous of his popularity. Set(Seth) managed to pick a fight with Ausar(Osiris), murder him, and cut his body into
fourteen pieces, which he scattered all over Egypt. Ausar(Osiris)’s faithful wife Auset(Isis) found every part of her
husband’s body, except the phallus, which had been swallowed by a fish. She assembled his body, making the first Egyptian
mummy. At the time of his death, Ausar(Osiris) and Auset(Isis) had no children, but by mystical means, Ausar(Osiris) was resurrected
for one night and slept with Auset(Isis). As a result, Auset(Isis) conceived a son. He was called Heru(Horus) and was raised
secretly in the marshes of the Nile Delta, to protect him from his evil uncle Set(Seth).
we can read what was on the Papyri and find it stands for the Book of the Dead and Horus son of Osiris/Isis. Joseph Smith
bought Egyptian Papyri from a man and declared it to be the Book of Abraham. Was really, Horus and Hade’s(Hell). So
Yeshua asking Peter who do you say I am and his answer of “Rabbi you are the Son of GOD”, was asked at the south
base of Mt Herman where the “Gates of Hades” sits next to the Greek shepherd god “PAM” and Nimrod
fortress up to the right.
helps understand how Mormon’s can’t see the evil of claiming that the early church failed and thus Smith was made
a Prophet to restore the church. Yeshua said after what Peter declared that the “Gates of Hades” shall not prevail
against it and I believe the LORD! Mormons have taken the book of the Dead and Horus into their teaching and have
failed the LORD’s warning!
to Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Smith_Papyri
on what was written on the Papyri is explained and GOD is saying “COME OUT” as this is the teachings of Satan,
thru Joseph Smith.
Mormon Bishop tells why he is no longer with church link:
himself started out with a simple question asked of him that lead him to see things which are contrary to what is taught?
See for yourself as I myself was spoken to by the Spirit something was wrong with this message and find we are to be careful
that if an Angel came preaching anything except the GOSPEL we are to turn away from this FALSE doctrine.
and let his testimony speak for itself.
Tanner speaking about what she now knows as truth link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGWvhhPpetg
Mormon who died and came back:
Wilder testimony BYU Professor:
video of former Mormons speaking out, link:
More information from former Mormons and a great site to help understand what they see and what was taught them, link: http://www.mormoninfo.org/ I pray you have the courage to look and investigate for yourself if the claims in the video’s are true or false.
Mormon Church Admits Founder Had Up to 40 Wives
Newser) – The Mormon church's big revelations didn't stop with its sacred undergarments: In an online essay titled "Plural Marriage in Kirtland and Nauvoo," the church for the first time declares that founder Joseph Smith was a polygamist, with a footnote stating that "careful
estimates" put his tally of wives at between 30 and 40. The essay explains that Smith was ordered to take multiple wives by
an angel who visited him three times between 1834 and 1842; in the last instance, the angel was armed with a sword and threatened
a reluctant Smith. The leader, then married to first wife Emma, took his first plural wife, Fanny Alger, in Kirtland, Ohio.
Smith and Alger ultimately separated, and the church relocated to Nauvoo, Ill., where he married many more women.
The oldest was 56, and the youngest was 14-year-old Helen Mar Kimball; some were already married,
a revelation the New York Times describes as the "biggest bombshell for some." The essay explains that a number of marriages, including that
with Kimball, were sealed "for eternity alone," suggesting sexual relations weren't involved (the ones that did involve sex
were "for time and eternity"). What did Emma think of all this? Per the essay, she was none too pleased, though at one time
she did accept four of Smith's wives into their home. And what was the reasoning behind what the essay describes as the "wrenching
trial" of polygamy? Kimball said Smith told her that "the practice of this principle would be the hardest trial the Saints
would ever have to test their faith." Two more essays discuss plural marriage in the church's later years; they're part of an effort the church is making to share "reliable, faith-promoting"
info about its past, the church's historian tells the Times.
Link to article above:
from LDS.org site link: http://www.mormon.org/faq/the-first-vision
the Church again states of Smith seeing Father and Son in the first vision. Which as stated above by ex-mormon is not true
as he states only Christ came to him.