Former Mormon speaks out

Longwood, FL (PRWEB) December 8, 2007 — As a former Mormon who spent almost twenty years of his adult life as a member of the LDS Church before becoming a born-again Christian, Ed Decker knows what drives other Mormons to be gods, how they are manipulated by their leaders, and how to reach them with biblical truth. My Kingdom Come is the culmination of more than 50 years of involvement and research on the subject of Mormonism from an insider’s perspective.

Says Decker, “This book details and proves that the core goal of every Mormon is to become a god or goddess to people and control an earth like ours, to be equal to the god of the Christian worship.”

Perhaps most relevant to Americans today is the chapter called “The Mormon Plan for American and the Rise of Mitt Romney,” which lays out the LDS plan to turn this country into a theocracy run by the prophet of the church from the Washington, D.C., temple. With the rapidly approaching election, readers will want to know about the tremendous impact a Mormon president would have upon this nation.

A serious crisis in Decker’s life in 1975 led him to discover the real love of God in Christ and rededicate his life to actively bringing other Mormons into an understanding of how the law and the prophets ended with the advent of grace through Jesus. It has been his heart’s cry ever since then that every Mormon be born again, redeemed by the blood of Jesus Christ.

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Wonder why I keep posting these things? I use to be a Mormon. You don’t wanna know the rest.

They believe they are the only TRUE CHURCH, and their mission, according to what I was taught in church is to convert everyone to MORMONISM, and that those who do not accept their version of Christ will not live in Heaven with (their) god.

My response:  Thank God for that ! 

My beef is not against the peeps of the Mormon church. There are lovely people in the church- who have no idea what their leaders are up to. My entire family is Mormon, and two of them won’t speak to me since I began blogging to bring ILLUMINATION to the public.  It’s a high price to pay, but far too important. If you are not Mormon, you don’t have the info you need.

My beef is with the founder , the leaders, and the bizarre teachings. The racism against blacks and women. It’s with being dunked ten times in a giant tub for dead people – at 12 years old. It’s with the secrecy, their finances AND UNWILLINGNESS to post their financial records, and the biggest human MASSACRE that ever took place in our country of citzenry against citizenry. 9/11 /1857


“And because they did cast them all out, that there were none righteous among them, I did send down fire and destroy them, that their wickedness and abominations might be hid from before my face, that the blood of the prophets and the saints whom I sent among them might not cry unto me from the ground against them.”

— III Nephi 9:11

 Remember September Dawn (son of the morning)  9/11/ 1857

I want to make it clear that my mormon family are good people. Mormon friends I have are good people. There are very good people in the church who really do believe in the true Jesus- from a loving heart. It’s just that none of them really see what is coming. When they do, I trust they will look upon it, and know it is wrong. It is not the way, the truth and the life.


Jesus would be so pleased. Especially with Romney’s advisor from BLACKWATER.

Jesus would say:  In you I am well pleased Mitt. Keep up the good war.


The Mormon teaching that Jesus and Satan are brothers is based on their concept of God being the Father of all pre-existent spirits. This idea has been part of Mormon teaching from the time of Joseph Smith and continues today. Few LDS authorities have been bold enough to plainly state this.Please note what Mormon prophets and church officials have had to say about the matter. From their writings it is clear that they believed and taught that Jesus and Lucifer were brothers.

Bruce R. McConkie, in his work The Mortal Messiah, Vol.1, Pg.407-408 under the heading ” Lucifer and the Law of Temptation” has the following to say;

    “Hence, there is — and must be — a devil, and he is the father of lies and of wickedness. He and the fallen angels who followed him are spirit children of the Father. As Christ is the Firstborn of the Father in the spirit, so Lucifer is a son of the morning, one of those born in the morning of preexistence. He is a spirit man, a personage, an entity, comparable in form and appearance to any of the spirit children of the Eternal Father. He was the source of opposition among the spirit hosts before the world was made; he rebelled in preexistence against the Father and the Son, and he sought even then to destroy the agency of man. He and his followers were cast down to earth, and they are forever denied mortal bodies. And he, here on earth, along with all who follow him — both his spirit followers and the mortals who hearken to his enticements — is continuing the war that commenced in heaven.”

Joseph Fielding Smith Jr.,the LDS prophet, wrote in his work, Doctrines of Salvation, Vol.2, Pg.218 -Pg.219

    “We learn from the scriptures that Lucifer — once a son of the morning, who exercised authority in the presence of God before the foundations of this earth were laid — rebelled against the plan of salvation and against Jesus Christ who was chosen to be the Savior of the world and who is spoken of as the ‘Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.'”

In the Discourses of Brigham Young, on Pg.53-54 he lets it be known that Lucifer is the second son, the one known as “Son of the Morning.”



LDS Teaching on Lucifer

By Sandra Tanner

Mormonism teaches that Jesus, Lucifer and all mortals on this earth were originally born as spirit children to God the Father and his wife in a pre-mortal life. Angels, devils, mortals and gods are regarded as the same species but in different stages of advancement or judgment. The two oldest sons were Jesus and Lucifer. Lucifer convinced one-third of his brothers and sisters to join him in rebellion and were expelled from Heaven.  Apostle John A. Widtsoe explained:

The story of Lucifer is the most terrible example of such apostasy. … He pitted his own plan and will against the purposes of God. He strove to gain the birthright of his Elder Brother, Jesus the Christ……



There’s this:

CNN’s undecided repub panel votes in HUCKABEE

If the vote were held today, with this *undecided* panel, CNN states that Huckabee would win 30%. Romney 20%.  THERE IS A GOD. 

Now, what’s interesting is this:




who’s surprised.

ROMNEY’s company partners with Chinese to BUY a Gov. Defense Contractor?

In the Iowa Debate, Duncan Hunter just dropped a giant HATHOR BOMB on Romney  (AGAIN)   !!!

He said that Romney’s company just partnered with the CHINESE to buy a US DEFENSE CONTRACTOR.


The joint acquisition, announced yesterday, of 3Com, the U.S. computer networking group, by Bain Capital, the U.S. private equity firm and China’s Huawei Technologies, a telecoms equipment maker, is being called “really worrisome” by a former Pentagon cybersecurity expert.

See pictures of professional Chinese businessmen. Draw conclusions. Open wine. Tuck your head between your legs. 


Ron Paul a very close second.  Keyes means well, but not quite on task,  Fred Thompson is a plant to take votes from someone else, so I won’t address him, although he delivered a nice republican  bitch slap to the moderator. Tancredo looks better and better until he speaks. – Hunter? Well, he built a fence and lives to talk about it. BUT, he said the most important thing of the debate: He said Romney’s company signed with the Chinese to buy A US defense contractor in the USA.  Giuliani scares the holy crap out of me- so I turned my eyes when he spoke. All I remember about Romney is that he said —–I don’t stay awake at night worrying about the taxes rich people pay. Did he know his other self was talking? And McCain ? (yawn)

Now, watch how the BIAS to Romney NEWS MEDIA misses the Chinese partnership for a defense contractor story !  I will be following along.

Huckabee sounds sincere and has some good ideas. I can’t vote for him, but he doesn’t have the number 666 displayed on his forehead.



December 12, 2007
National Vaccine Information Center

Sticking It To Children in New Jersey

by Barbara Loe Fisher

It wasn’t like any of the parents, who showed up in Trenton on Dec. 10, 2007 to witness members of the New Jersey Public Health Council vote on a new vaccine mandates proposed by state health department officials, were surprised by the thumbs-up 7-2-2 vote by political appointee members of the Council. For the past two decades every time state health department officials have pushed to require children to get another new vaccine to attend school, the new vaccine has been automatically added to state vaccine mandates under rule making authority held by state health officials and without a vote by the people. Hoping to set precedent for other states to follow suit, this time New Jersey officials are ramming through mandates that will ban babies and toddlers from daycare or pre-school without two doses of influenza vaccine and three doses of pneumococcal vaccine while sixth graders will have to show proof by Sept. 1, 2008 that they have gotten a dose of TdaP and meningococcal vaccine.

New Jersey is about to become the first state to make children get flu shots despite a lack of scientific evidence that influenza vaccine is very effective in preventing Type A or Type B influenza in children.
If NJ Health Commissioner Fred Jacobs and NJ Governor Joe Corzine approve the new requirements written by health department officials, then New Jersey will lead the nation in vaccine mandates by forcing children to get 35 doses of 13 vaccines.

Federal and state health officials refuse to publish credible scientific evidence that demonstrates it is necessary or healthy to force children to get so many vaccinations by sixth grade. They also continue to deny that the doubling of the numbers of vaccines mandated for child use over the past quarter century has contributed to the dramatic increase in chronic disease and disability among American children during that same time period. Today, 1 American child in 6 is learning disabled; 1 in 9 has asthma; 1 in 94- 150 develops autism; 1 in 450 is diabetic. New Jersey is reported to have the highest autism rate in the nation: 1 child in 94 living in New Jersey develops autism. m/page.php? qstr=eXJpcnk3ZjcxN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXkyJmZnYmVsN2Y 3dnFlZUVFeXk3MDczNzMy

Sue Collins, co-founder of the New Jersey Alliance for Informed Choice in Vaccination (NJAICV at and longtime leader of a grassroots effort to institute conscientious belief exemption to vaccination in New Jersey, said that many parents oppose the new vaccine mandates: “We deserve a choice, not a mandate. It’s our right to decide what toxic substances we inject into our children,” she said. 1/nyregion/11vaccine.html?_r=1&oref=slogin New Jersey Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk (R- Westwood), who is the sponsor of a bill to insert conscientious belief exemption into New Jersey vaccine laws, told the Council “Children of this state are assaulted with shot after shot before they go to school,” she said. “Don’t force it on those who have these objections. This is America. What’s happened to our freedom?” qstr=eXJpcnk3ZjczN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXkzJmZnYmVsN2Y 3dnFlZUVFeXk3MjMyMjk0JnlyaXJ5N2Y3MTdmN3ZxZW VFRXl5Mg==

The National Vaccine Information Center joins with NJAICV and other organizations representing parents and children opposing the new vaccine mandates and supporting the addition of conscientious belief exemption to vaccine laws in New Jersey, including Advocates for Children’s Health Affected by Mercury Poisoning (A-CHAMP), Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), Autism One, Autism Research Institute, Children Having Everybody Upset About Shots (C.H.E.R.U.B.S), Generation Rescue, Holistic Moms Network, National Autism Association (NAA), Network Organization for Vaccine Awareness and Choice (NOVAC), Talk About Curing Autism (TACA), Taper Safely, Unlocking Autism (UA), and US Autism and Aspergers Association (USAAA). Coalition for Mercury-free Drugs (CoMeD, Inc.) supports replacing all state vaccine mandates with “opt-in” laws and SafeMinds opposes continued use of mercury in vaccines.

The fate of the new vaccine mandates proposed by the NJ state health department now rests with the retiring Commissioner of Health, Fred Jacobs, appointed by Governor Joe Corzine and the Governor himself. Fred Jacobs is expected to rule on the new mandates by Dec. 18 and can be contacted at ml. Governor Corzine can be contacted at htt p://

In addition, New Jersey residents who are interested in contacting their state Assemblyperson or Senator about the need to secure a conscientious belief exemption to vaccination, can find out how to do that at asp . To help other parents work in New Jersey on this issue, contact NJAICV’s Sue Collins at (See copy of NJ Conscientious Belief Exemption bill below). To find out more about how to educate members of your community about vaccination and the right to informed consent to vaccination, go to NVIC’s website at or contact NVIC at

New Jersey children in day care, preschool

and sixth grade will be required to have four new vaccinations, under regulations expected to be signed this month.

“Children in New Jersey’s public schools and day care must get two new vaccines by September, state health authorities recommended Monday over objections by parents who fear that immunizations can cause autism. The decision by the Public Health Council will make New Jersey the first state to require annual shots for influenza and bacterial (pneumococcal) pneumonia for infants and toddlers. For sixth-graders, the state also will mandate a meningitis vaccination and a booster for diphtheria/pertussis/ tetanus, or DPT. Parents will have just two ways to opt out: religious conviction or medical necessity. State Health Commissioner Fred Jacobs is expected to approve the regulation by the end of the month.” – Jill R. Capuzzo, The New York Times (December 11, 2007)

“One parent, Anne Downing of Readington, testified about receiving a flu shot when she was pregnant. Today her 7-year-old daughter has autism.”Try having your child bite chunks out of your skin …. or threaten to chop your head off,” she said. “Something’s going on with these vaccines and we don’t want any more mandates.”…….”We have forgotten the seriousness of these diseases,” said Dr. Stephen Rice, a Monmouth County pediatrician. Dr. Robert Morgan, another pediatrician from Monmouth County, asked parents to consider a wider responsibility. “You’re not making a decision just for your child,” Morgan said. “You’re making it for the reading circle at the library, for other children who come along in the family.” But some parents and activists criticized forced immunization as anti- American. They decried the lack of long-term studies on the vaccines’ safety.” – Elise Young, The Record ( m) (December 11, 2007)

Vaccine Rule Stokes Fears Over Autism The Record
December 11, 2007

by Elise Young

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Children in New Jersey’s public schools and day cares must get two new vaccines by September, state health authorities recommended Monday over objections by parents who fear that immunizations can cause autism.

The decision by the Public Health Council will make New Jersey the first state to require annual shots for influenza and bacterial (pneumococcal) pneumonia for infants and toddlers. For sixth-graders, the state also will mandate a meningitis vaccination and a booster for diphtheria/pertussis/ tetanus, or DPT.

Parents will have just two ways to opt out: religious conviction or medical necessity.

State Health Commissioner Fred Jacobs is expected to approve the regulation by the end of the month.

New Jersey has the country’s highest autism rate, with one in 94 children affected by the neurological disorder that has no known cause or cure. A growing movement of activists believes that vaccines containing the preservative thimerosal are a chief contributor, although the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has dismissed the connection.

“There is no scientifically supported evidence that this causes autism,” Dr. Eddy Bresnitz, deputy New Jersey health commissioner and state epidemiologist, told the council Monday. “The facts and the science do not support this opinion.”

One parent, Anne Downing of Readington, testified about receiving a flu shot when she was pregnant. Today her 7-year-old daughter has autism.

“Try having your child bite chunks out of your skin …. or threaten to chop your head off,” she said. “Something’s going on with these vaccines and we don’t want any more mandates.”

Autism can cause a range of behavioral and cognitive problems, from barely noticeable to completely incapacitating. Children whose autism is detected early, and who undergo intensive behavioral, occupational and other therapies appear to have the best chance of leading typical lives.

The 60-year-old Public Health Council, consisting of eight members appointed by the governor, acts as an independent adviser to the Department of Health and Senior Services. Jacobs has the option of rejecting its recommendation, but he has supported such vaccinations in the past.

Authorities on Monday said he will sign the new regulation before he leaves Governor Corzine’s administration for a private-sector job.

The rules will take effect Sept. 1, in time for the school year. To enroll their children in licensed preschool or day care, parents must show proof of vaccination. Sixth-graders who lack their shots will be denied entrance to public school.

The council noted that it has no jurisdiction over children who are home-schooled or attend parochial schools. And no one will force immunizations on youngsters who are not enrolled in out-of-home care.

“If you don’t send your kid to preschool or day care, you don’t have to get the shots,” said Tom Slater, a spokesman for the Department of Health.

Some doctors haven’t waited for a mandate. They said they have routinely given such shots to infants, toddlers and sixth-graders for years, on the advice of federal health authorities and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

At the hearing, pediatricians, nurses and public- health officials called childhood vaccinations one of the country’s great achievements, protecting against mumps, measles, rubella, smallpox, whooping cough, polio and other diseases that can cause grave sickness or death. The benefits of new immunizations, they said, far outweighed the risks.

“We have forgotten the seriousness of these diseases,” said Dr. Stephen Rice, a Monmouth County pediatrician.

Dr. Robert Morgan, another pediatrician from Monmouth County, asked parents to consider a wider responsibility.

“You’re not making a decision just for your child,” Morgan said. “You’re making it for the reading circle at the library, for other children who come along in the family.”

But some parents and activists criticized forced immunization as anti-American. They decried the lack of long-term studies on the vaccines’ safety.

“We deserve a choice, not a mandate,” said Sue Collins, co-founder of the New Jersey Alliance for Informed Choice in Vaccination.

Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk, R- Westwood, was the sole legislator to testify.

“Children of this state are assaulted with shot after shot before they go to school,” she said. “Don’t force it on those who have these objections. This is America. What’s happened to our freedom?”

Staff Writer Bob Groves contributed to this report. E-mail:

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New rules

By Sept. 1, 2008, New Jersey children in day care, preschool and sixth grade will be required to have four new vaccinations, under regulations expected to be signed this month.

· Age 8 weeks to 4 years, 9 months: Pneumococcal (bacterial) pneumonia

· Age 6 months to 4 years, 9 months: Influenza

· Sixth grade: DPT booster, meningitis

Opting out

Children who do not attend preschool or day care will not be forced to receive the flu and bacterial pneumonia vaccinations. Nor will those who are enrolled in parochial school or who are home- schooled.

Parents may seek two types of exemptions.

· For a medical waiver, a licensed physician must certify that immunization would harm the child.

· For a religious waiver, a parent must certify that the vaccination would “conflict with the pupil’s exercise of bona fide religious tenets or practices.” The law does not allow a child to forgo immunization based solely on philosophical or moral grounds.

Source: N.J. Department of Health and Senior Services

Survey: Should the state mandate flu shots for students?

New Jersey Alliance for Informed Choice in Vaccination

Flu Shots for Children Grow Near in New Jersey

The New York Times
December 11, 2007

by Jill R. Capuzzo

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TRENTON, Dec. 10 – Despite opposition from numerous parents and children’s rights advocates, a public health advisory panel voted on Monday to require all children in New Jersey who attend preschool or are in day care to get annual flu vaccinations.

Before the vote, some parents who believe in a link between vaccinations and autism spoke against the proposal, but state officials said they did not believe there was such a connection.

The measure, expected to be approved by the state health commissioner in the next week, will make New Jersey the first state in the country to mandate such immunizations.

By a vote of 5 to 2, with two abstentions, the advisory panel, the New Jersey Public Health Council, recommended approval of the flu shot requirement, as well as requiring three other new vaccines for school children. The other immunizations are a vaccine against pneumonia for preschoolers and two vaccines for middle school students, one against a fast-killing strain of meningitis and the other a booster for the immunization against tetanus, pertussis and diphtheria, which is already routinely given in first grade.

Department of Health officials said that they expected the health commissioner, Dr. Fred M. Jacobs, to sign the measure by Dec. 18. The new vaccines would become mandatory on Sept. 1. But those getting immunized against the flu would have until December 2008 because of the shipment dates of the vaccine, said Dr. Eddy Bresnitz, New Jersey’s deputy commissioner of health and state immunologist.

At the start of the standing-room-only public meeting on Monday morning, Dr. Bresnitz outlined his department’s reasons to support requiring the new vaccines, saying that they were important for disease prevention, influenza being the greatest offender. Extrapolating from statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Bresnitz said about 600 New Jersey children are hospitalized annually for influenza.

“Simply put, implementation of these rules will save lives and prevent disease and suffering in children, their families and the community,” Dr. Bresnitz said.

But not all the family and community members who attended the meeting agreed. Some parents of autistic children have argued that the vaccines already required of school-age children may be linked to autism, although many experts say that no solid evidence supports this view. A recent federal study showed that New Jersey leads the nation in its rate of autism, a neurodevelopmental condition the cause of which is still a mystery.

Some advocates and parents have suspected a link between vaccines and autism because thimerosal, a mercury-containing organic compound, has been used as a preservative in some vaccines. Anne Downing , a Readington, N.J., mother of two, said she believed that her 7-year-old daughter’s autism was tied to two vaccines: a flu shot that she got when she was pregnant with her daughter, and a vaccine against pneumonia that the girl received as a baby. Ms. Downing invited the council’s panel to spend a day at her house to see what it was like living with a child who has autism.
“Try having a child bite chunks of skin out of herself, or tell you she’s going to chop your head off, or smear feces over the wall,” said Ms. Downing, referring to the acts of her daughter and her best friend’s son, who also suffers from autism. “Something’s going on with these vaccines, and we don’t want any more mandated.” Dismissing the link between vaccines and autism as “scientifically unfounded,” Dr. Bresnitz also called the thimerosal argument “a moot issue,” since most vaccines are either free of the compound or contain only trace amounts, like the preschool flu vaccine. Moreover, he said, parents could request thimerosal- free formulations of the vaccines. The new flu vaccine will be required annually for all children from 6 months to 5 years old, who attend licensed day care or preschool facilities. State law allows exemptions from the mandated vaccines for religious or medical reasons. Children who are home- schooled are also exempt from the regulations. Sue Collins, a co-founder of the New Jersey Alliance for Informed Choice in Vaccination, said that the exemptions were difficult to secure, particularly those based on medical reasons, which state and local officials have the right to challenge, according to Dr. Bresnitz. “We deserve a choice, not a mandate,” Ms. Collins said. “It’s our right to decide what toxic substances we inject into our children.” Speaking on behalf of the new vaccines were two pediatricians and two public health administrators. Sharen Clugston of the New Jersey Association of Public Health Nurse Administrators said, “Vaccines have transformed the landscape of disease.”

Dr. Robert Morgan, a Monmouth County pediatrician, said that over the years he and his colleagues had “seen so many children not only suffer but die from diseases that could be immunized against.”

“That could have been prevented simply by administering a vaccine,” he said.





Sponsored by:
District 39 (Bergen)

Co-Sponsored by:
Assemblymen S.Kean, McKeon,
Assemblywomen Oliver and Lampitt

Provides for conscientious exemption to mandatory immunizations.

Introduced Pending Technical Review by Legislative Counsel

AN ACT concerning immunization requirements and supplementing Title 26 of the Revised Statutes.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. As used in this act:

“Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Health and Senior Services.

“Conscientious exemption” means an exemption from a mandatory immunization on the grounds of a sincerely held or moral objection to the immunization.

“Department” means the Department of Health and Senior Services.

“Mandatory immunization” means any vaccination required by the State as a condition for attendance at public or private institutions of higher education, public or private school, kindergarten, nursery school, preschool or child care facilities in New Jersey.

“School” means any public or private institution of higher education, public or private school, kindergarten, nursery school, preschool or child care facility in New Jersey.

“Student” means any person attending a public or private institution of higher education, public or private school, kindergarten, nursery school, preschool or child care facility in New Jersey.

2. a. The department shall provide to all local health departments a standardized form to be used by a student, or if the student is a minor, by the student’s parent or legal guardian, claiming a conscientious exemption from a mandatory immunization. A local health department shall make the form available upon request.

The form shall state that the student, or parent or legal guardian, understands the potential benefits of immunization and the risks in not immunizing. The form shall require, at a minimum, all of the following:

(1) a statement claiming exemption from a specific immunization signed by the student, or if the student is a minor, by the student’s parent or legal guardian, witnessed by the local health officer or the local health officer’s designee;

(2) the name and address of the person who signs the form;

(3) the name of the student seeking exemption from the immunization; and

(4) the school at which the student is enrolled.

b. Upon receipt of a completed form by a local health department, the designated local health officer shall grant a conscientious exemption from a mandatory immunization to a student. A student who is granted a conscientious exemption shall provide the form granting the exemption to officials at the student’s school.

3. a. Any student with a conscientious exemption from a mandatory immunization may be excluded from school during a vaccine-preventable disease outbreak or threatened outbreak as determined by the commissioner.

b. Pursuant to the provisions of R.S.26:4-6, a school official may prohibit the attendance of any student who has been granted a conscientious exemption and is under a school official’s control, on the account of a communicable disease, or to prevent the spread of a communicable disease. The school official may also specify the duration of time that the student with a conscientious exemption must remain away from school.

c. A conscientious exemption from a mandatory immunization may be suspended at any time by the commissioner during the existence of an emergency, as determined by the commissioner.

4. The Commissioner of Health and Senior Services shall, pursuant to the “Administrative Procedure Act,” P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), adopt rules and regulations to effectuate the purposes of this act.

5. This act shall take effect on the 90th day following enactment, but the Commissioner of Health and Senior Services may take such anticipatory administrative action in advance as shall be necessary for implementation of the act.


This bill provides for conscientious exemptions from mandatory immunizations.

Under current law, the State requires certain immunizations for students as a condition for attending public or private institutions of higher education, public or private school, kindergarten, nursery school, preschool and child care facilities in New Jersey.

Provisions in the New Jersey Administrative Code grant students medical and religious exemptions from immunizations. This bill would grant a conscientious exemption from a specific immunization to any person attending a public or private institution of higher education, public or private school, kindergarten, nursery school, preschool or child care facility in New Jersey.

The bill provides that a student seeking a conscientious exemption shall complete a standardized form prepared by the Department of Health and Senior Services. The form shall be submitted to the student’s local health department, which shall grant the exemption. A student with a conscientious exemption shall not be permitted to attend school during a disease outbreak or threatened outbreak, as determined by the Commissioner of Health and Senior Services. An conscientious exemption may also be suspended at any time by the commissioner in an emergency. Further, pursuant to N.J.S.A.26:4-6, a school administrator, taking into consideration the spread of a communicable disease, may prohibit the attendance of a student with a conscientious exemption and specify the amount of time the student must remain away from the school.

At present, 19 states permit similar exemptions from mandatory immunizations. This bill would allow New Jersey to join with other states that grant individuals the right to manage their health or their children’s health as they deem appropriate.

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Stop and see who is running the world !


Are you still in the box? Still clinging to the way things WERE?

Jesus told Joseph Smith all other religions are corrupt?

The Mormon Church relies and heavily uses what is referred to as the “First Vision.” The First Vision is an account of Joseph Smith, a 14 year old boy, who puzzled over which church to join, knelt in a grove of trees in 1820 and prayed for an answer. According to the Mormon Church First Vision, God the Father and Jesus Christ appeared to Joseph Smith and told him that all churches were corrupt and that Joseph would be called to bring forth the “True Church Of God.” The Mormon Church continues to publish and preach this version of the First Vision to current membership and to potential converts.

Gordon B. Hinckley – the current Prophet of the Mormon Church stated the following: “We declare without equivocation that God the Father and His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, appeared in person to the boy Joseph Smith. When I was interviewed by Mike Wallace on the 60 Minutes program, he asked me if I actually believed that. I replied, “Yes, sir. That’s the miracle of it.” That is the way I feel about it. Our whole strength rests on the validity of that vision. It either occurred or it did not occur. If it did not, then this work is a fraud. If it did, then it is the most important and wonderful work under the heavens.” (General Conference Oct. 2002)

There are many problems associated with the First Vision. While Joseph Smith had his First Vision in 1820, there is no documented proof of the First Vision until 1835. This includes newspaper accounts, journals, diaries, affidavits, letters or any other account of record prior to 1835. It was not until 1842 that the account of the First Vision was actually published. For fifteen years not a single document contains anything concerning the First Vision. According to Mormon Church History, Joseph Smith repeatedly told his story of the First Vision, first to his parents, and then to clergy in “apostate” churches. As detailed in Mormon Church History, Joseph Smith received severe persecution from these clergy for his “outlandish” story. Regardless, not a single piece of evidence exists concerning Joseph’s First Vision prior to 1835, fifteen years after receiving it.

In the Mormon book, “The Pear Of Great Price”, Joseph Smith writes “I soon found, however, that my telling the story had excited a great deal of prejudice against me among professors of religion, and was the cause of great persecution, which continued to increase; and though I was an obscure boy, only between fourteen and fifteen years of age, and my circumstances in life such as to make a boy of no consequence in the world, yet men of high standing would take notice sufficient to excite the public mind against me, and create a bitter persecution;” proving that he indeed told many people about his First Vision.

In 1835, Joseph Smith wrote the History of the Church yet he failed to make any mention of the First Vision.

Joseph Smith’s mother Lucy Mack Smith carefully documented Joseph Smith’s early visions as well as Joseph Smith Sr.’s dreams and visions. In all of the documents prior to 1835, Lucy Mack Smith makes no mention at all of the first Vision. In a book published by Lucky Mack Smith an account is given of the First Vision, however, this was added in later by Orson Pratt and the original manuscript of the book does not contain it.

In the Journal of Discourses – a group of heavy sermons by Brigham Young – Brigham was very aware of the official version of the First Vision, however, Brigham never mentions that Joseph Smith saw God the Father and Jesus Christ in a grove in 1820. The closest that Brigham Young comes to even mentioning the First Vision is here: “The Lord did not come with the armies of heaven, in power and great glory, nor send His messengers panoplied with aught else than the truth of heaven, to communicate to the meek, the lowly, the youth of humble origin, the sincere enquirer after the knowlege of God. But He did send His angel to this same obscure person, Joseph Smith jun., who afterwards became a Prophet, Seer, and Revelator, and informed him that he should not join any of the religious sects of the day, for they were all wrong; that they were following the precepts of men instead of the Lord Jesus; that He had a work for him to perform, inasmuch as he should prove faithful before Him” (Journal of Discourses, Volume 2, Page 171)

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What Mitt Romney really believes about God ?

After “The Speech”: 10 Top Extreme Beliefs of Mitt the Mormon
Date: Dec 06 23:47
Author: steve benson
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The following is a 10-point examination of Mormon presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s religious beliefs–beliefs of the LDS Church to which, in his recent speech outlining his faith, Romney openly declared his personal commitment.

It is, of course, up to individual voters to decide whether Romney is the kind of candidate they would like to see occupying the White House. In the meantime, the U.S. Constituion, in Article 6, expressly prohibits any mandated religious test for the holding of public office.

That constitutional prohibition against government-established religious testing of candidates for public office does not mean, however, that American voters are not free to assess for themselves a given candidate’s religious beliefs and determine whether those beliefs would adversely affect the candidate who firmly adheres to them in the conduct of the affairs of state.

The analysis below of Romney’s religious views is provided under the website title, “What Mitt Romney Believes: Exploring the religious beliefs of Mitt Romney and the Mormon Church,” provided with the site’s stated intent of “[h]elping Americans understand his faith, and the implications of making him President”:

Extreme Belief #1: “A Living Prophet”

“Mitt Romney believes that this man is a living, breathing Prophet of God. His name is Gordon B. Hinckley. He was born in 1910 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mitt Romney believes he has the same authority as Moses or Abraham of the Old Testament. Mitt Romney believes this man speaks for God.

“Although usually referred to as “President” of the church, Gordon B. Hinckley is considered a “prophet, seer and revelator” by Mormons. Before becoming President, Hinckley was considered one of the twelve apostles.

“Why is this the #1 extreme belief? It might seem rather benign given some of the other things on our countdown, whether clearly out of the main stream, like becoming a God, or spiritual polygamy. Or just a little odd, like temple garments, seer stones, or the Garden of Eden being in Missouri. However, it has the greatest implications for our country if Mitt Romney becomes President.

“If you believed that this man had a direct connection to God, and that your personal salvation depended on following this prophet, would you ignore his wishes? Gordon B. Hinckley has dangerous views about women, race, sexual diversity, science and scholarship. He does not believe in the equality of all Americans. He does not believe in the separation of church and state. In future posts I’ll expose these beliefs.

“Mitt Romney’s absolute belief in this “prophet” makes him dangerous too.”

Extreme Belief #2: “We Can Become Gods!”

“Uh huh. Mormons believe they can become Gods.

“If one reaches the highest degree of the Celestial Kingdom (essentially Mormon heaven), then one can gain power and knowledge, have spirit children, and well …. be Gods.

“This belief is so outrageous, so extreme, that people typically assume I’ve gone insane when I tell them this. You can find it on the official LDS web site under the Gospel Principles section, Chapter 47: Exaltation.

“Additionally, they believe that God was once a man. They don’t mean Jesus, who they regard as a completely different person. Rather, God once walked on a planet and became a God. We can follow in his footsteps. I was also taught as a child, that as a God, my “seed” would continue. I would create planets and send my spirit children to live on them.

“Mitt Romney believes he will become a God! Do you believe he should be President?”

Extreme Belief #3: “God Discriminated (until 1978)”

“Blacks were excluded from the Mormon Priesthood, and many of the temple ceremonies of the church until 1978. They could be members, but could not participate fully. To understand the enormity of this discrimination, you need to understand the importance of the Priesthood in the Mormon belief system.

“The Priesthood is the root of all authority in the Mormon faith. Most males are ordained into the Priesthood at an early age (around 12) and have an opportunity to progress through six levels of authority. Unlike many churches, where there are often a few professional clergy and perhaps a lay clergy serving a much larger congregation. In Mormon churches nearly all the adult white men participate in the Priesthood. By excluding people based on their skin color, the church prohibited blacks from any meaningful leadership position and also from an institution that encompassed nearly all the white members.

“In Mormonism the Priesthood is the backbone of both institutional and family organization. Black families could not be sealed for time and all eternity – another bed rock of the Mormon faith forbidden to them. The inability to hold the Priesthood created a lower class of membership in the church, which forbid blacks from participating in many of the sacred rites necessary for exaltation.

“The most frightening aspect of this is that the Mormon Church continues to believe that this discrimination was mandated by God. Other religious bodies have a history of racism. However, nearly all recognize that this dishonorable part of their histories was the result of a flawed understanding of God’s will. In other words, although religious people wrongly discriminated in the past, God never did!

“In the LDS Church, the exclusion of blacks was a doctrine supported by both scripture and divine revelation directly from God. Mormons continue to believe that God forbid the ordination of blacks into the Mormon Priesthood. God didn’t want blacks in leadership positions. God didn’t want blacks giving blessings or getting married for all eternity.

“‘Negroes in this life are denied the Priesthood; under no circumstances can they hold this delegation of authority from the Almighty. (Abra. 1:20-27.) The gospel message of salvation is not carried affirmatively to them… negroes are not equal with other races where the receipt of certain spiritual blessings are concerned, particularly the priesthood and the temple blessings that flow therefrom, but this inequality is not of man’s origin. It is the Lord’s doing, is based an his eternal laws of justice, and grows out of the lack of Spiritual valiance of those concerned in their first estate.’ (Mormon Doctrine, 1966, pp. 527-528)

“I’m happy that the church changed this policy in 1978, when Spencer W. Kimball, church prophet at the time, received a revelation reversing the policy. However, you won’t find the church taking responsibility for its racist past. There has been no apology. No sincere attempt at reconciliation. How can there be? They believe that God was the bigot until 1978, not them.

“Do you really want Mitt Romney, someone who believes this, as President of the United States?”

Extreme Belief #4: “The Book of Mormon is Perfect”

“There is a common misperception that Mormons do not believe in the Bible. In fact they do read and use the Bible extensively. They view both the Old and New Testaments as important documents. However, they also believe that, “As the Bible was compiled, organized, translated, and transcribed, many errors entered the text” (see the official LDS church web site). In this regard they have beliefs that are similar to most mainstream churches. Of course, this is not consistent with most evangelical and fundamentalist views of the Bible.

“Much more interesting, and much more extreme, is their belief in the perfection of the Book of Mormon. Joseph Smith, who claimed to have translated the Book of Mormon from golden plates he found in New York state, said that the Book of Mormon was the most perfect book ever written. And in the context of Mormon beliefs this makes very good sense. After all, he used divine seer stones, and had a direct connection to God while translating. It should be perfect.

“Unfortunately, the Book of Mormon is a mess. It claims to be a history of the Americas. One in which Israelites immigrated to South America, setting up a civilization based on ancient Biblical principles and beliefs. After being visited by Jesus after his resurrection, this society eventually decays and spreads north. Finally ending in…. well….. New York.

“There is not a single piece of archaeological evidence supporting the Book of Mormon. Unlike the Bible, which is often referenced by archaeologists in the Middle East, reputable scientists do not use the Book of Mormon. The genetic evidence does not support the claim (now being de-emphasized by the church) that American Indians are descendants of Middle Eastern peoples. Large portions of it are lifted from the King James Version of the Bible (which didn’t exist when the Book of Mormon was supposedly written). It makes references to animals that did not co-exist with humans in the western hemisphere until after the arrival of Europeans in the 1400s. For instance, horses!

“Finally, the Book of Mormon has been changed thousands of times since it’s original publication. The Mormon Church strains credibility when it claims that these are mostly typographical or transcription errors. You would think those would be fixed in the second or third printings. Yet, changes to the Book of Mormon continue to be made.

“I know this sound a little glib, but….. so much for the most perfect book ever written. . . .”

Extreme Belief #5: “Temple Garments”

“Mitt Romney wears neither boxers nor briefs!

“Mormons wear a special kind of underwear called “Temple Garments.” They believe this underwear protects them from evil. It has special symbols woven into it at the breast and knee. These symbols are believed to be derived and adapted from Free Mason rituals.

“Mormons begin wearing it during their first visit to the temple, wherein they receive instructions on how the garment should be worn and promise to wear it for the rest of their lives. They are removed only for bathing, some forms exercise, and sexual relations. . . .”

Extreme Belief #6: “Mormons still practice polygamy – sort of”

“In the Mormon Church, marriage does not end at death. Men and women are married (sealed together) for time and all eternity. However, if a woman dies, a man may marry again for time and all eternity. He will then have two (perhaps more) wives in the afterlife. Women can’t get married again unless they get a “temple divorce.” Under no circumstance can a woman be sealed to more than one man.

“Although they gave up polygamy many years ago on earth, Mormons still practice polygamy in heaven.

“This is what I was taught as a child. It is very hard to get the church to admit this little secret. But it is discussed openly in LDS circles. . . .”

Extreme Belief #7: “The Garden Eden was in Missouri”

“This one is a little tricky. I was taught growing up that indeed the Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Missouri. Joseph Smith (the founding Prophet of the LDS church) claimed to have seen an alter somewhere in the woods of Missouri that was used by Adam. He called this Adam-ondi-Ahman, which means place where Adam dwelt.

“I’ve noticed that many Mormons now deny the Garden was in Missouri, asserting that Joseph Smith only said Adam worshiped at an alter in Missouri after being thrown out of the Garden of Eden. I find this remarkable. Is it any less extreme to believe that Adam lived in Missouri after leaving the Garden of Eden? This isn’t simply more Mormon folklore, this is a century and a half of belief, discussed widely in authoritative LDS published works, i.e. Mormon Doctrine.

“Furthermore, Wilford Woodruff, a Mormon apostle at the time and later the Church Prophet, clearly states in his diaries that Joseph Smith told him that Eden was in Jackson County Missouri and roughly 40 miles from the alter (Waiting for World’s End: The Diaries of Wilford Woodruff, edited by Susan Staker, Signature Books, 1993, p. 305). If you can’t trust the leader of the Church, who can you trust? . . .”

Extreme Belief #8: “Urim and Thummim – The Seer Stones”

“Joseph Smith, the first Mormon prophet, used “seer” stones to help him “translate” the Book of Mormon. As described in Joseph Smith – History (1:35) on the official church site, two stones were fastened to a breast plate and constituted the Urim and the Thummim. He used these to receive revelation and translate languages. When translating, Joseph Smith would place the stones in a hat, place the hat over his face, and begin translating. A piece of parchment would appear to him with an unknown character and the English translation of that character. . . .”

Extreme Belief #9: “We baptize dead people”

“If he has followed the tenants of his faith, chances are that Mitt Romney has either baptized the dead, or been baptized in proxy for the dead. Mormons baptize dead people.

“Although they claim that their doctrine of baptizing the dead is mentioned in the New Testament (1st Corinthians 15:3), and an ancient Christian practice, the truth is this is pretty much a uniquely Mormon sacrament. Scholars from all major denominations dismiss any biblical foundation for baptizing dead people.

“On a personal note, this is one of the temple rites that I personally participated in as a teenager. In the Mesa AZ temple, the baptismal font for the dead is located on the lower levels of the building. After silently dressing in all white, we were lead into a room with an elevated round font sitting on top of several oxen. The oxen were sculpted of ceramic or marble (I can’t quite remember). One at time, we stepped into the font and were dunked into the water roughly 10 times. Between each immersion we heard the name of the dead person for which we were being baptized. Boys were baptized for dead males. Girls for dead females. . . .

“Interestingly, this practice has recently become controversial because Mormon baptize not only their own ancestors (hence their interest in geneology), but your ancestors too. This has lead to some consternation among non-Mormons, especially people of Jewish faith.”

Extreme Belief #10: “God resides near a planet called Kolob”

“As a Mormon, Mitt Romney believes that God comes from either a planet named Kolob, or a planet that orbits a star named Kolob, or a place near one of these. This belief comes from The Pearl of Great Price, which is accepted as scripture by the Mormon Church. You can read the relevant passages on line. You should also see facsimile number two which appears on the same site.

“Few topics make Mormon as uncomfortable as the subject of Kolob. I’ve even heard a few deny that this concept is part of their religious beliefs. However, Elder Bruce R. McConkie, a well respected teacher and scholar in the church, made it perfectly clear in Mormon Doctrine (p.428), a definitive and often sited work. You can read the passage online, but you’ll need to find the book if you want to confirm it independently. . . .

“We’ve finished our list of Mitt Romney’s top 10 most extreme beliefs. Read them and judge for yourself whether you want someone who believes these things to become President of the United States.”


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Veiled Faces

At this point, just before passing through the veil into the Celestial Room of the temple, we pause to discuss the veiling of the woman’s faces, which has deep occult significance. An ancient and powerful archetype of the goddess of Wicca is Isis Veiled. Isis is the Egyptian name of the goddess of witchcraft. The Craft teaches that no man can see the face of Isis and live. (46) The Veiled Isis is custodian of the mysteries of darkness that must be veiled from the cowan (non-witch). In the occult, the Veiled Isis is man’s only path to godhood. Why is she veiled? Because her face is too terrifying to behold, and because the Mysteries of the magick she guards are so awful, few, if any, can make it through the veil to the supernal triad of the Tree of Life, and hence to godhood. (47)

The Mormon wife and the Wiccan High Priestess must each veil the face when in highest worship. The LDS wife, in a very real sense, is the gateway to godhood for her husband. In spite of all the LDS talk of the patriarchal order, without the “mother in Zion”, there will be no babies to magnify the husband’s godhood. Sexuality is the key to the entire Mormons system. And, as the veil of the temple represents the doorway to the celestial kingdom, so the veil of the woman represents the doorway to exaltation.

The Veiled Isis is also the Consort of Lucifer. She is the keeper of the mysteries of sex and devil worship. Her veil is what keeps those who look into the mysteries from dying horribly. This is the true meaning of the veil that the LDS woman must wear. It is an ancient fetish of a pagan priestesshood; and much of its horror cannot be written down for decent eyes.

Mormonism is, at its heart, a pagan fertility religion just like witchcraft. Veiling a woman destroys her identity as a person of value in the eyes of her Creator and reduces her to an archetype; or worse, to her sexual attributes. It is what makes the temple endowment religious pornography. Sex, not Jesus, is at the heart of Mormonism (to which the ungodly practice of polygamy testifies). Veiled women belong in the temples of Lucifer in ancient Rome or in the harems of medieval Islam; not in a supposedly Christian temple.

Bottom line? The veil on the LDS wife’s face symbolizes the “Mystery of Iniquity” (II Thes. 2:7), Mystery Babylon the Great. (Rev. 17:5) It breaks my heart to say this, because I know most temple wives in Mormonism are striving to be good, virtuous women. They are sweet, beautiful people who have been drawn into an ever tightening web of occult rites and deception by men who must know better.

Paul’s teaching in II Thessalonians, chapter two and the book of Colossians is clear: Mystery cults and Christianity stand in total opposition.


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19—The Temple Veil

Speaking of veils, we are now at the veil of the LDS temple. This is the crowning moment of the endowment rite. Having been taught the “True Order of Prayer”, we are next shown the Veil. This bears little resemblance to the veil of the temple of the Bible. It is a thin, gossamer kind of cloth with holes cut into it identical to the marks stitched on the temple garment, only larger. This veil is where we will go to have our knowledge of all the secret words and grips tested in a ritual similar to the central teaching of the Tibetan Book of the Dead.

We clasp hands through the holes in the veil with a temple worker on the other side who represents the Mormon god. Then a little catechism proceeds of sign/countersign which is quite identical to Masonic practice. (48) A veil worker is present to be certain that we get all the grips and words precisely right – especially the first-timers.

Since I had on a pink tag indicating I was a first-timer, my veil worker was especially pleased to see how well I knew all the tokens. He probably thought I was especially spiritual. I didn’t have the heart to tell him that I’d learned all of them already in witchcraft rites. And I’m sure he wouldn’t have believed me.

The final name of the Melchizedek priesthood is only given “through the veil, on the Five Points of Fellowship.” This is a term used in both Masonry and witchcraft. In Masonry, its meaning and execution are identical to the temple rite, except there is no veil. In Druidic Wicca, the meaning and execution are also identical, but in other rites of Wicca, the meaning and execution are more sexually explicit. (49)

We embrace through the veil on the Five Points, and I received the highest secret of the endowment whispered into my right ear. This is just like all real occult secrets. True magickal secrets are never supposed to be written down, but only communicated orally. They are passed down by word of mouth from initiator to initiate. This is why some of these occult “secrets” mentioned in this piece are so difficult to document; because they are regarded so highly that they are never committed to paper!

American Masonry has vestiges of this in that they do not allow their ritual monitors to be printed except in a cipher and the ultimate Blue Lodge Masonry is communicated exactly like the temple secret: orally and in low breath on the Five Points of Fellowship.

In any event, this “Second Name of the Melchizedek Priesthood” was given me by the worker on the other side of the veil. I found it was virtually a verbatim copy of a blessing that the pontiff of Satan gives his followers after the black mass. Here I was, at the pinnacle of LDS sanctity, and I was hearing a Satanic invocation! Here is the Satanic version:

“May you have health in the navel and marrow in the bones, strength in your **** and in your sinews; and power in the priesthood be upon you and upon your posterity through all generations of time and throughout all eternity. Selah!”

And here is the LDS temple version:

“This is the name of the token: health in the navel, marrow in the bones, strength in the loins and in the sinews, power in the Priesthood be upon me and upon my posterity through all generations of time and throughout all eternity.”

This invocation seals the Satanic bondage of the temple endowment upon the temple patron’s children and even grandchildren. Note that there is not a meaningful whit of difference between the Satanic blessing and the temple token, even though this token is supposed to be the highest blessing available to a Mormon in this life. (50)

If this seems unbelievable, just look at the content of this “sacred” invocation: “health…strength…power….” Nothing there that would offend a witch. Where are the Christian virtues: charity, faith, hope? The fruit of the Spirit?

Face it, this is a pagan prayer. Nowhere is Jesus, salvation, or heaven even mentioned. Just the same destiny that witches believe await them: eternal power, celestial sex, and spiritual evolution on a never-ending ego trip. The way of the world is Manipulation, Seduction and Power; Christianity is the way of Sacrifice, Submission and Service.

After being drawn through the veil by the Patriarchal grip, we were all led to the Celestial Room – a huge, airy room looking like a lush hotel lobby done in off-whites. This represents the Celestial Kingdom, the goal of every devout Mormon.

If you were to be married, you would be ushered upstairs for your sealing. The sealing allegedly seals you and your mate together for time and all eternity in heaven (contrary to Jesus’ teaching in Luke 20:35). It is also similar in many respects to the wedding, called a handfasting, which we had undergone in 1973. Then we were in a forest clearing near Zion State Park north of Chicago and were surrounded by almost 200 witches.

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