Not Just For Latter-day Saints Anymore
In the ten years since I published Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons & Extraterrestrials, there have been a few misconceptions and myths concerning the book I hope to alleviate with some brief insights.
My purpose in doing so is to expand the original purpose of the book. I wish to provide an opportunity for those limited by their own pre-conceived notions about the book’s topics.
For example, some may find the title Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials‘ a barrier to knowledge.
More about that later…
If they have not done so, and so choose, some readers my even further investigate the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints after reading this book.
I believe that whether or not a person chooses to join the LDS Church is entirely up to them.
Furthermore, I believe that regardless of belief, every person in the world is entitled to the knowledge possessed by the LDS Church.
In simpler terms, every human being has the right to access the tools the Church possesses. These tools are necessary in order to develop a relationship with God and a higher way of thinking.
That was the inspiration for Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials.
Take it or Leave it
I wanted to write a book about the LDS Church from an objective, take it or leave it point of view.
Some may find that approach to testing knowledge about history, God and our modern society indigestible. If so, move on to a different form of literary pastime.
It is truly unfortunate that those dark forces that keep many good people existing in a form comparable to base animals are more powerful than ever.
The Greatest Extraterrestrial Stories
Fortunately, in the years in which Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials has been available, things have changed.
To begin with, the UFO Conspiracy or cover up is no more. Each passing month since the first Trump Administration, the US public is introduced to a new military space program. Or, we hear of an incident with an extraterrestrial entity by the US government or media.
No longer do the government and the secret societies that are alleged to be storing ET knowledge have the ability to destroy lives and give out disinformation as in days past.
Best of all, the public interest in the UFO and alien question both in the US and around the world has skyrocketed with YouTube and social media. Sightings and encounters can now be reported in real time.
“Worlds Without Number”
So, with the acceptance by the majority of the world’s population that UFO’s exist, where do these ET’s fit in with the LDS Church? An organization the book points out, that has always accepted the idea of alien civilizations.
Obviously, our knowledge of other extraterrestrial civilizations will lead to a greater understanding of the Extraterrestrial Being we know as Jesus Christ.
At least as far as our limited understanding could comprehend and explain the concept.
Just as important too, it was my wish that people would understand the effect the knowledge of God, Jesus Christ and the gospel of righteousness and forgiveness has had on cultures who accept Him and His teachings as opposed to those who don’t, both in the past and in the present.
That is the message that some of the Extraterrestrials want to tell us.
That is the message that others Extraterrestrials don’t want us to hear.
If you wish to understand the shocking way Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials connects Extraterrestrials to the LDS Church and the Freemasons, you won’t be disappointed.
You Can Bank On It
Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials must cover a myriad of topics in order to create a coherent argument for many of its points. One of those is the takeover of the Freemasons by the Rothschilds. Subsequently, the various nations of the earth have been subverted through the banking and Freemason system.
Never more true has the quote attributed to various Rothschild’s but most likely Nathan, been.
“Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws!”
Even more true, and less apocryphal is President Thomas Jefferson’s quote:
“And I sincerely believe with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; & that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.”
The Federal Reserve Bank the nation’s patriots fought so hard to prevent is strangling you. Now, there’s no better and easier way to understand how and why they’re doing it.
Destroyer of Worlds – The Achievements and Breakthroughs at CERN.
Of course, the would be no point in making any argument unless it can be defended with hard science.
Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials was published just two years after CERN went fully operational.
I dedicated time to talking about CERN because of its importance for understanding outside effects upon consciousness and their relationship to physical matter. In other words, religion.
Since then, the Higgs Boson has been found. X particles that form as the result of the interaction of subatomic particles have been the most recent discovery.
Just like God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, the Higgs Boson and X particle exist almost independent of the laws of physics as we know them.
Furthermore, at CERN, and elsewhere, other researchers are closer to proving we do exist within a number of probable realities.
I think nothing explains the reaction to Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials like the The Ogden Standard Examiner’s editorial department.
On the day it was published, they assumed it was an anti-LDS book and called it an “another anti-Mormon tome.”
I confess, I had to look up the word tome.
And so, the book has had the opposite effect I hoped it would.
Not What I Expected
Instead of strengthening people’s faith or increasing the general understanding of the world, the book has been shunned by the LDS Church.
Latter-day Saints refuse to read it based upon the title and their inability to understand the use of quotation marks.
In turn, for my efforts, it has been made clear to me that I am not welcome in the Church.
You win some. You lose some.
Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials is available on at Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble and of course, at Heinessight.com