Christian Mormon Conspiracy

Christian Mormon Conspiracy

Christian conspiracy to rule America is obvious when you read the scholarly book at The Mormon Conspiracy The book can be purchased at

The self proclaimed Christians of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are brainwashed into believing the Book of Mormon. All Christians should read how the Mormon Church of LDS, also called the Chuch of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is involved in a conspiracy to rule America and the world by converting all christians into Mormons.

Many Christian ideas were incorporated in the beliefs and practices of the Mormon Church, founded by Joseph Smith in 1830. These beliefs and practices, utilizing Christian beliefs, are found in The Mormon Conspiracy a book written by Charles L. Wood. However Joseph Smith has modified these Christian beliefs to include the following:

This new Christian belief was shaped by Joseph Smith, Jr. after he, with his scribes, wrote a book, called the Book of Mormon. Mormon Church leaders claim it is the only true religion on earth.

(a) Mormons believe that in addition to mortal life upon earth as human beings, prior to coming on earth they existed as spirit children of God. These children of God do not remember their pre-mortal life ďÖsince a veil of forgetfulness is placed over their mindsĒ before they have a human life on earth. 1

b) Mortal life is the second phase of a Mormon believerís life; it is to gain a physical body and experience. It is a life not only filled with happiness, but also with pain and suffering. A major purpose of mortal life is to prepare oneself for eternal life by living within Godís instructions according to the Bible and the Book of Mormon. The better that one fulfills Godís wishes, the better his life will be in the life beyond. Who defines what God commands? Most of these commands come from the imagination of Joseph Smith. As the prophet of the church, according to Smith, only he was able to receive revelations from God concerning the organization and doctrine of the church. Today, the President of the Mormon Church, who is the current prophet, interprets Godís commands to members. However he generally continues the interpretations which Smith had written more than a century and a half ago.

(c) The third component of existence according to Mormon belief is the life beyond mortality, that is, eternity. Mormons are taught to believe that upon dying, one is reborn into immortality which is an eternal life of a finer and more blissful existence. 2


As previously indicated, Mormons believe that spirits have three forms in life or existence: (1) pre-existence, (2)in the human body while alive and upon this earth and(3)in life after death. All persons on earth had a pre-existence and will have an after death existence. In order to go to heaven, a pre-existent spirit must enter a human body and live on earth before that can occur. The highest level of heaven is celestial to which all Mormons aspire. They must perform righteous duties throughout their lives while upon earth to get there. Some of the duties that will lead to the highest level of heaven include: serving on a two-year mission, serving in all callings, i.e. as a ward bishop, or other priesthood callings. A women must marry a worthy priesthood holder in a temple and perform her duties and callings at home and in the church. This is why in the days of polygamy, young girls often would readily marry an older man as long as he held one of these high offices even if he already had several other wives, since this would assure them a place in the highest level of heaven.Women had no ways of their own to reach heaven except as a servant and had to be sealed to a husband to insure their admittance into the celestial kingdom.

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