BEHOLD A WHITE HORSE IN THE WHITE HOUSE

BEHOLD A WHITE HORSE IN THE WHITE HOUSE

In 2011 I had done something that I never thought I could get away with outside of Salt Lake City where my radio show had its beginnings. I had actually acquainted my national audience with Mormonism of course it is no secret that I was born and raised a Mormon and left the church immediately after I served a Mission in Buenos Aries Argentina in 1985. I have been out of contact with the church for nearly 30 years but most ex-Mormons will agree that you can’t wash off – or remove from your consciousness your Mormon upbringing or all of the dispensational fear tactics that you had to endure while you were a practicing Mormon.

I am not saying that this is a good or a bad thing and I really do not see a need to criticize Mormonism because that would not be fair to my family and all of my friends and supporters who are Mormon. Sometimes I wish that more people had the decency and care that Mormons possess. Mormons are a peculiar people for a reason and there is nothing wrong with them keeping to their beliefs and I always get irritated when ignorant non-Mormons have to make it a point to tell me and the entire world that they are not Christians.
Mormons technically are restored Christians. Because they believe that they have restored the organization which existed in the original establishment of Christian faith at the time or Christ – or at least after the arrival of Paul. They consider themselves true followers of Christ in the Last or latter days.
They are dispensationalist restored Christian followers, that not only practice their basic Christian faith, but they also believe in revelation through prophetic stewardship, which produced the book of Mormon and various other prophecies that unfortunately are being dissolved overtime by Mormon apologists. Someone once tried to convince me that Mormons have abandoned their penchant for eschatology and that saying that Mormons are dispensationalists is incorrect.
Throughout my childhood I feared the end of the world, and the arrival of Jesus in the last days. It was programmed into me like a religious horror story from the twilight zone and I still have it buried in my subconscious. I secretly wait for the day that my interest in the Eschaton gives way to panic as my childhood programming takes over and I begin to dig my bomb shelter and hide form the world.
I haven’t had the enthusiasm or motivation to do that just yet, but my Mormon programming has been surfacing as I have been watching the GOP debates and remembering the tales of my father and a book that he gave me to read when I was an impressionable teenager.
Forty five years ago a Mormon author named Duane S, Crowther wrote a book called Prophecy Key to the Future. In the Book, Crowther writes about a little known prophecy given by Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith in 1843. The prophecy is known as the White Horse prophecy, where Smith had given some clear and very important prophecies about the United States. The Latter Day Saints, according to the prophecy, would “go to the Rocky Mountains” and be a great and mighty people”, identified metaphorically with the White Horse described in the book of the Apocalypse The prophecy further predicts that the Constitution of the United States will one day “hang like a thread” and will be saved “by the efforts of a Mormon elder — or the elders of Zion.”
The same prophecy seemed to have been repeated by another Prophet of the Mormon Church, John Taylor. Taylor, the third prophet of the church once prophesied, “When the people shall have torn to shreds the Constitution of the United States the Elders of Israel will be found holding it up to the nations of the earth and proclaiming liberty and equal rights to all men”.
To defend the principles of the Constitution under circumstances where the “iniquity,” or moral decay, of the people has torn it to shreds might well require wisdom at least equal to that of the men raised up to found it. In particular, it would require great insight into the relationship between freedom and virtue in a political embodiment of moral agency.”
Here we are a little over a century and a half later and we have at least two Mormons running for President and a Constitution that has literally been obliterated by the pen of Barack Obama.
We are now in the era of the National defense Authorization act where the Constitution has literally been thrown away in favor of what Congressman Ron Paul calls the “slip into tyranny.”
Ron Paul has been ever defiant against the machinations of a president and other members of Congress hat have literally thrown out Constitutional rights in favor of fascist and despotic policies. Ron Paul has stated the following:
“A dictator enjoys unrestrained power over the people. The legislative and judicial branches voluntarily cede this power or it’s taken by force. Most of the time, it’s given up easily, out of fear in time of war and civil disturbances, and with support from the people, although the dictator will also accumulate more power with the use of force.”
We can now argue that the constitution not only hangs by a thread—but it also is nothing more than a shred of what it formally was and it seems that Americans really don’t care about its apparent destruction.
Mitt Romney when asked about the White Horse prophecy becomes apprehensive and actually says that he has not heard of his candidacy even being connected to the Whitehorse prophecy and that the entire prophecy was actually rejected by the Prophet Joseph F. Smith, the son of Hyrum Smith, the brother of Joseph Smith.
Joseph Fielding Smith gave a talk during the October 1918 LDS General Conference about the White Horse Prophecy saying that it was a false prophecy. According to Mormon archives Smith said “I have discovered that people have copies of a purported vision by the Prophet Joseph Smith given in Nauvoo, and some people are circulating this supposed vision, or revelation, or conversation which the prophet is reported to have held with a number of individuals in the city of Nauvoo.
I want to say to you, my brethren and sisters, that if you understand the Church articles and covenants, if you will read the scriptures and become familiar with those things which are recorded in the revelations from the Lord, it will not be necessary for you to ask any questions in regard to the authenticity or otherwise of any purported revelation, vision, or manifestation that proceeds out of darkness, concocted in some corner, surreptitiously presented, and not coming through the proper channels of the Church. Let me add that when a revelation comes for the guidance of this people, you may be sure that it will not be presented in some mysterious manner contrary to the order of the Church.
It will go forth in such form that the people will understand that it comes from those who are in authority, for it will be sent either to the presidents of stakes and the bishops of the wards over the signatures of the presiding authorities, Or it will be published in some of the regular papers or magazines under the control and direction of the Church or it will be presented before such a gathering as this, at a general conference.
It will not spring up in some distant part of the Church and be in the hands of some obscure individual without authority, and thus be circulated among the Latter-day Saints. Now, you may remember this.”
Furthermore Smith had stated that interpretations of the prophecy are ridiculous and that many of the church brethren had concocted the prophecy based on a few broken sentences that the Prophet had stated over time and that none of it was official Church prophecy.
Well all of the nonsense that allegedly was concocted has somehow transpired and we are here with the White horse prophecy of a self proclaimed prophet to deal with.
While Joseph F. Smith’s strong statements are being held by Mormons as the apologetic response to this prophecy, we need to keep in mind that Joseph F. Smith in his day as head of the church had to put out many fires and do a lot of public relations to try and stifle that opinions that Mormonism was a polygamist cult hell bent on taking over the United States..
While the church denies that the ‘White Horse prophecy” is doctrine or by any means a church endorsed prophecy, other powerful Mormons like national Talk show host Glenn Beck once sent a coded message to Mormon Americans when he used to appear on Fox news. Beck was doing an interview with Bill O’Reilly on November 14, 2008. When asked about the election of Barack Obama Beck said “I feel the Constitution is hanging in the balance right now, hanging by a thread unless the good Americans wake up.”
This was a trigger for the meme of the prophecy that so many Mormons want to say is not a real prophecy. If it didn’t mean anything, why was it used by Beck?
We need to also understand that even if Joseph F. Smith denied the Whitehorse prophecy, Brigham Young the second Prophet of the Mormon church also concurred with Smith that future events in the United States would cause the constitution to be shredded or destroyed when he said in 1855 that “When the Constitution of the United States hangs, as it were, upon a single thread, they will have to call for the ‘Mormon’ Elders to save it from utter destruction; and they will step forth and do it,”
There is however more to the White Horse prophecy. If one goes beyond the prediction of a powerful Mormon elder in a race to save the constitution form being destroyed. According to the diary of John J. Roberts, and associate of Joseph smith, the prophet stated in Nauvoo Illinois that in the time the that Constitution will be in jeopardy, there will be other events taking place signaling that the last days of America are at hand. The diary entry says that Smith also prophesied that at the same time as the arrival of the Whitehorse in government the banks of every nation will fall and only two places will be safe where people can deposit their gold and precious metals that they should have on hand during these times. This place will be the White Horse (The Place where the Mormons officiate) and England’s vaults. Now keep in mind that just recently there has been a call out to the people of the United States to invest some of their money in precious metals mostly silver and of course if one can afford it, gold.
In May of 2011 Utah became the nation’s first state where precious metals are now as good as US dollars. When lawmakers first proposed the change it was done for the sole purpose of urging Utahans to ditch cash in favor of gold and silver. The law was made largely to serve as a protest against the Federal Reserve monetary policy.
Furthermore Robert’s journal also says that the Whitehorse will be needed in the Government because a terrible revolution will take place in the land of America, such as has never been seen before; for the land will be left without a Supreme Government, and every specie of wickedness will be practiced rampantly in the land. Father will be against son and son against father; mother against daughter and daughter against mother. The most ter¬rible scenes of bloodshed, murder and rape that have ever been imagined or looked upon will take place.
As I have said, he prophecy has been often repeated by many Mormons and only until now have we seen the crucial parts of the prophecy being fulfilled. This sends a frightening signal to Americans who are right now considering a vote for Mitt Romney or John Huntsman. Both candidates are good Mormons and yet there is a lot of bigotry against both candidates because of their Mormon affiliation.
There are some who feel that prophecies such as this are part of a conspiracy by the Mormon church and that the conspiracy constitutes a threat to the United States and that they show a tendency on the part of the Latter day Saints to expect to somehow take over and establish not only a new United States government, but also to take their rule benefit the New World order. The ties between the agenda of the Mormons and those of the Illuminati have been talked about in the same breath as a Zionist conspiracy. There are Mormons who claim that this is all part of the hate campaign against Mormonism. However there are connections to Masonry, within the Church as the founding prophets were masons. Many of the rituals that are performed in temples are similar to those of Masonry. There have even been times that the church hierarchy has been infiltrated by nefarious entities and groups.
Even though there is a false myth that Joseph Smith had a friendship with the famed master Satanist Aleister Crowley – the favoring of Mormonism had shown up in many writings of Crowley’s.
While many regard Crowley as the anti-Christ, or beast of his day , there were many people who sought after his writings and novels. His most famous novel, Moonchild, actually describes the spiritual state of Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet. In a vision, the woman Iliel sees various famous men and women of history, and among those is Smith. In a passage from the novel it reads:
“And now all gave way to a most enigmatic figure. It was an insignificant face and form; but the attributions of him filled all heaven. In his sphere was primarily a mist which Iliel instinctively recognized as malarious; and she got an impression, rather than a vision, of an immense muddy river rushing thorough swamps.
And then she saw that from this man’s brain issued phantoms like pigeons. They were neither Red Indians nor Israelites, yet they had something of each in their bearing. And these poured like smoke from the head of this little man.
In his hand was a book, and he held it over his head. And the book itself was guarded by an angelic figure whose face was extraordinarily stern and unbeautiful, but who scattered with wide hands the wealth of life, children, and corn, and gold.
And behind all these things was a great multitude; and about them were the symbolic forms of exile and death and every persecution, and the hideous laughter of triumphant enemies. And this seemed to weigh heavily upon the little man that had created it; Iliel thought that he was seeking incarnation for the sake of its forgetfulness. Yet the light in his eyes was so pure and noble and magnetic that it might have been that he saw in a new birth the chance to repair his error.”
I first learned of Crowley’s admiration for Smith during an investigation into a strange gravestone marker that I saw at the Salt Lake City cemetery. The gravestone of Lily E, Gray is a haunting tombstone because it states that she died a victim of the “great beast: 666.”
While it was unclear why Lily was buried in the cemetery with the moniker , I was researching the story and stumbled upon another about Crowley and his admiration for Joseph Smith and how there has been an undisclosed meeting with Crowley and the Church before he died in the 1940’s. It wasn’t until December of 2010 that Crowley was baptized by proxy in the Mormon Temple in a ritual that is known as baptism for the dead. It is also been reported that Crowley’s name had been submitted before in other temples for posthumous rites of baptism, and confirmation into the Mormon Church,
Joseph Fielding Smith another descendant of Joseph’s brother Hyrum Smith and son of Joseph F. Smith when he was prophet of the church spoke of a dark secret about the United States Government when he stated that “Satan has control now. No matter where you look, he is in control, even in our own land. He is guiding the governments as far as the Lord will permit him. That is why there is so much strife, turmoil, confusion all over the earth. One master mind is governing the nations. It is not the President of the United States…it is not the king or government of England or any other land; it is Satan himself.”
A lot of Mormons are concerned with powerful Mormons entering into the Presidential race and other high political office. Mormon politicians like Orrin Hatch, Harry Reid and Mitt Romney allegedly receive funding from Illuminati and Globalist Concerns. Mitt Romney was involved with the Utah Olympic bid and was also called in to try and clean up a scandal with Tom Welch and Dave Johnson involving bribery, and underage “Escorts” that were given to Olympic Committee members. Jon Huntsman Jr. is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Many claim that this already has made both Huntsman and Romney part of the New World order plot.
Once again this is part of Mormon conspiracy bent theory, that may or may not add to the countless mind numbing ways that both Romney and Huntsman should not be considered for the Presidency.
In reading all of the dirt and the allegations of non Christian beliefs of Mormons, one has to question if all of the so called evil that is within their ranks is nothing more than bigotry that can be shared by Muslims and Jews. There always seems to be a fear of an organized religion or cult wanting to take over the world and be the chief religious base for any government. The stated admonitions by biblical prophets of an Empire of Nobility headed by the anti-Christ in the last days is very much part of eschatology that can make its case as some far out religious twilight zone episode.
It is very clear however that The Mormon Church officially does not believe that the Whitehorse prophecy gives them the authority or right to assume power over the United States government in the event that the Constitution is dissolved by its own government. If anything the Whitehorse prophecy should be seen as encouragement for all citizens to step up and defend the Constitution and all of its rights and laws that were meant to be the guide for a productive and successful democratic Government.

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