(Galatians 1:6-12)

WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT MITT ROMNEY AND GLENN BECK!!! This is a special 5-part series that you MUST READ!!! Parts 1-3 are today, Parts 4-5 tomorrow. Because of their supposed conservative ideology in contrast to the Godless, socialist policies of the current Obama Administration, the Republican nominee for President is Mitt Romney and one of the most powerful men in media today is Glenn Beck. BOTH ARE DEVOUT MORMONS AND THEIR GOALS ARE NOT PURELY POLITICAL, BUT THE FULFILLMENT OF THE PROPHECIES OF THIS SATANIC CULTS FOUNDER, THE MURDERING, RACIST, PEDOPHILE JOSEPH SMITH!!!

Glenn “the LIE lives here” Beck, who is a proud member of the Mormon cult yet calls himself a Christian, is using his media empire to “get rid of President Obama,” a clever ruse to help elect the first Mormon to the Presidency in fulfillment of Mormon prophecy. Anyone who bought his deception of supporting Rick Santorum, a man anyone who is politically astute in politics knew would NEVER get the nomination, is the exact type of “sheep” Beck looks for. Sadly, he is doing that with the help of many high profile Christians who are more concerned with politics than souls, and funds his $100 million media empire mostly from Christians!!! You will never hear this anywhere else. Please share all 5 parts with every person you know. President Obama is clearly a man in rebellion to God, but the supposed saviors from Obama are “wolves in sheep’s clothing,” only interested in fulfilling the prophecies of their satanic cult that will lead millions of souls to hell!!!

I want to thank my dear friend Ed Decker, founder and President of Saints Alive in Jesus. For 20 years of his adult life, Ed was a member of the Melchizedek priesthood, a Temple Mormon and active in many church positions, before coming to know the true Jesus of the Bible. Ed co-authored the ground breaking best seller, “The God Makers,” one of the first times the true beliefs of Mormonism was exposed to the world, and is one of the foremost authority on the Mormon cult in the world today. This 5-part series comes from his book, “My Kingdom Come, The Mormon Quest for Godhood.” To get Ed’s book and learn more about the Mormon cult,please visit Ed’s website: http://www.saintsalive.com

Part One of Five

Updated from “My Kingdom Come: The Mormon Quest for Godhood” Ed Decker

Permission granted to Bill Keller for full use The Mormon Plan for America and The Rise of men like Mitt Romney and Glenn Beck,

The Men Who Would Be Gods

The very ethos of the Mormon faith is built around the anticipated return of Jesus to Independence, Missouri, for his thousand-year millennial reign. It is here that he will assign godhood to the worthy. However, it cannot take place until the U.S. Constitution falters and is saved by the LDS church. The nation will become a Mormon theocracy. During the build-up to the 2008 elections, Mitt Romney had raised Mormon speculation that he may be the one to lead the way as both U.S. President and LDS high priest. Almost 30 years ago, the late BYU Professor and LDS author Cleon Skousen founded the Freemen Institute (later to be called The National Center for Constitutional Studies). The name came from The Book of Mormon.

And those who were desirous that Pahoran should remain chief judge over the land took upon them the name of freemen; and thus was the division among them, for the freemen had sworn or covenanted to maintain their rights and the privileges of their religion by a free government. (Alma 51:6-7)

Skousen joined forces with Jerry Falwell’s Moral Majority on some major political issues in the late 70s and early 80s, and I was prompted to study out both the public, and the LDS insiders, positions on government, the U.S. that the LDS Church says is a divine document constitution. Using that research, I produced a study called “The Mormon Plan for America.”

When George Romney, Mitt’s father, made his aborted run for President in 1968, there was a lot of internal LDS talk about prophecies of the last days when the U.S. Constitution would hang by a thread to be saved by the elders of the LDS church. Many felt that the day had finally arrived for the actual “Kingdom of God” to be established.

This pure form of theocratic, prophet-led government would prepare the way for the ushering in of the Millennium, the time when Jesus would return to earth, sit in his temple in Missouri to reign over the earth, with the center of His government operated as the “Kingdom of God” on earth.

The actual background for all these whispered conversations came from much of the historical documents of the church and the speeches of many of the early church authorities.

They were resurrected again, and gained momentum as his son Mitt appeared to be in line to be the GOP candidate for the presidency in the 2008 elections. It didn’t work out that way, but the Mormons made great headway in just having him in the mix.

The prophetic plan for an American theocracy goes something like this: Joseph Smith implemented a program called the United Order in the church. It was a plan of sharing everything in common–all properties and wealth turned over and owned by the church and dispersed by the Brethren to the people on an as-needed basis with a requirement for good stewardship or loss of use.

The Mormon Kingdom of God It was called the “Kingdom of God.” It was people living as God ordained under the United Order. However, it failed. It was later determined that it could only work when both the secular and ecclesiastic functions operated under one authority, with an LDS prophet ruling over a theocratic government where eternal commandments like the United Order and plural marriage and blood atonement would function within “The Kingdom of God.”

That Theocracy would come into existence when the U.S. Constitution would hang by a thread and the Mormon elders would be there to save it and the country, thereby ushering in The Kingdom of God, the prophesied Mormon theocracy.

On December 7, 1968, Elder Hugh B. Brown presided over the groundbreaking of the LDS Washington D.C. Temple. It was dedicated in November 1974 by the prophet, Spencer W. Kimball.

The unique thing about this temple that struck me as singularly important was the design and furnishing of a large room on the upper floor. A photograph of this room is in the film, “The God Makers.” It was set to house a presiding governing body, led by the prophet.

It is my own personal belief that it was designed as the place where the theocratic government of God would conduct its business, with the prophet in His place of authority.

Now we jump ahead 40 years to 2007.and the 2008 Presidential election. A whole generation had passed, and the son of George Romney had risen to the top of the list of Mormons who would qualify to take that run at the Oval Office and perhaps be in the right place as President or Vice President as the Constitution hangs by that foretold thread.and be there to call upon the elders (The Brethren) to save the nation and soon usher in the “Kingdom of God.”

Far fetched? I would agree that I sound like a man shouting fire in a theatre, but, as you will read, I am talking about valid, well documented LDS end-times teachings.

Mitt Romney had been raised and trained for this day. His family had been in the church for generations. He is the great grandson of polygamists Gaskell Romney and Anna Amelia Pratt. He wears every credential, has held almost every office, and holds both the Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthoods.

Part Two of Five

Updated from “My Kingdom Come: The Mormon Quest for Godhood” Ed Decker

Permission granted to Bill Keller for full use

The Mormon Plan for America and The Rise of men like Mitt Romney and Glenn Beck,

The Men Who Would Be Gods

The Candidate with the Real God Complex

Mitt Romney is a Temple Mormon, a High Priest, and as such, he has sworn blood oaths of sacrifice, obedience and consecration to the church and this special “Kingdom of God.” His perfect obedience to these laws will allow him to become a god in the next life, the literal father of the peoples of a new and different earth. He was truly a Presidential candidate with an actual, definable god complex.

On February 12, 2007, as Mitt Romney announced that he would run for the office of President, he commented in a USA Today, article, “Will Mormon faith hurt bid for White House?” by Jill Lawrence:

It is not his job as a presidential candidate to educate people about his church. “I’m running for a secular position,” he said in an interview. “I subscribe to what Abraham Lincoln called America’s political religion. The Constitution and the rule of law are the highest promises I would make in taking the oath of office.”

Mitt Romney’s LDS understanding of the U.S. Constitution and its divine role in the end times is not that of the average American.

Mitt Romney is a nice-looking man, successful in the business world, with core values of family, church and faith. He does not smoke, drink or even touch coffee or tea. He has been married to the same woman for decades. He seems like the cure for dealing with the corruption of our national leadership. What could possibly be wrong in having such a man as our President? Let’s look at some of the reasons his presidency could be the end of America as we know it.

I recently searched through my files and have resurrected and updated a research paper, “The Mormon Plan for America.” That information is part of what I share below.

Some Extremely Grave Questions

Let me re-introduce you to a portion of one chapter in my book, The God Makers, co-authored with Dave Hunt. It is a part of Chapter 16: “The Hidden Kingdom.” I suggest that you buy the book and read the entire story. It will shock you even more than what I will reveal here.

It is a hidden kingdom that lurks beneath the placid surface of public Mormonism. It is this LDS “Kingdom of God” that former Governor Mitt Romney has sworn blood oaths of obedience to in the LDS Temple ritual. The Late Apostle and LDS theologian, elder Bruce R. McConkie, described the Mormon temples as “holy sanctuaries wherein sacred ordinances, rites, and ceremonies are performed which pertain to salvation and exaltation in the kingdom of God….

There are several purposes to be achieved in the temple by worthy Mormons. First, they learn the secret/sacred signs, tokens, handshakes necessary to pass by the sentinels and enter the Celestial glory where they will become gods and goddesses and people new earths like this one.

Second, they receive sacred undergarments to wear for their protection while on earth, a secret new name by which they will be called from the grave and then swear obedience to certain laws that will govern their membership, obedience to the prophet and their behavior while on earth. Their sacred undergarments are marked with secret talismanic symbols that he believes will keep him protected as he works his way to godhood. These are the very same markings that Lucifer claims in the LDS Temple ritual are the emblems of his, Lucifer’s, power and priesthood.

Mitt Romney’s temple experience was no different than this when he first received his “endowments” in preparation for his service as an LDS Missionary. From his secret name to his blood oaths and sacred garments with Lucifer’s marks sewn in, his temple experiences have been the path he has chosen in his quest for godhood.

Part Three of Five

Updated from “My Kingdom Come: The Mormon Quest for Godhood” Ed Decker

Permission granted to Bill Keller for full use

The Mormon Plan for America and The Rise of men like Mitt Romney and Glenn Beck,

The Men Who Would Be Gods

The Law of Sacrifice

One of several temple oaths was Romney’s oath of Obedience to the Law of Sacrifice, in which he vowed:

As Jesus Christ has laid down his life for the redemption of mankind, so we should covenant to sacrifice all that we [I] possess, even our [my] own lives [life] if necessary, in sustaining and defending the Kingdom of God.

The “execution of the penalty” for disobedience at the time Mitt Romney took out his “temple Endowments” was demonstrated by:

…placing the thumb under the left ear, the palm of the hand down, and by drawing the thumb quickly across the throat to the right ear, and dropping the hand to the side.

Can you even imagine that well-educated Mormon men of such political stature like former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah, or Senator Harry Reid of Nevada could bring their thumbs to their throats and swear a blood oath that they will “suffer” their throats slit from ear to ear should they not “sacrifice all that [they] possess, even [their] own lives if necessary, in sustaining and defending the Kingdom of God, as defined by the Mormon prophet.

These LDS oaths are taken directly from the rituals of Blue Lodge Masonry, the source of much of the LDS Temple rituals. It is no wonder, since the first five presidents and prophets of the LDS church were Masons.

These high-level Temple Mormons clearly know that this Mormon “Kingdom of God” is, in reality, a Mormon one-world government, a theocracy, soon coming to America, that will be run by the strong arm of the Mormon Brethren, headed up by the only true prophet of God on earth. It is clear that they did swear such an oath.

The Law of Consecration

The other significant oath Mitt Romney has sworn to obey is the Law of Consecration. In the LDS temple ritual, the officiator says to the temple “patrons”:

We are instructed to give unto you the Law of Consecration as contained in the book of Doctrine and Covenants, in connection with the Law of the Gospel and the Law of Sacrifice which you have already received. It is that you do consecrate yourselves, your time, talents and everything which the Lord has blessed you, or with which he may bless you, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for the building up of the Kingdom of God on the earth and for the establishment of Zion.

All arise. (All patrons stand.) Each of you bring your right arm to the square.

You and each of you covenant and promise before God, angels, and these witnesses at this altar, that you do accept the Law of Consecration as contained in the Doctrine and Covenants, in that you do consecrate yourselves, your time, talents, and everything with which the Lord has blessed you, or with which he may bless you, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for the building up of the Kingdom of God on the earth and for the establishment of Zion.

Each of you bow your head and say “yes.”

PATRONS: Yes.

Now we can see and understand the spiritual positioning of elder Mitt Romney beginning on that first day and reinforced with every temple visit thereafter until it has been ground into his very DNA.

Let’s go back to Chapter 16 of my book, The God Makers.

Secrets of the Hidden Kingdom

Mormon leaders call their empire the “Kingdom of God.” However, their “God” is an extraterrestrial from Kolob, definitely not the God of the Bible; and the “Zion” to which their spirit-brother-of-Lucifer Jesus Christ will return to reign is Independence, Missouri.

Most Christians believe, as the Bible declares, that Christ will return to Jerusalem, Israel, to establish His millennial kingdom, whereas Mormons believe that they must establish a worldwide Mormon kingdom dictated from their Missouri base in order to make it possible for Christ to return.

Therein lies a great difference, which is why the Mormon hierarchy, beginning with Joseph Smith himself, has always had worldwide and absolute political power as its goal.

Mormon historian Klaus J. Hansen has written:

The idea of a political kingdom of God, promulgated by a secret Council of Fifty, is by far the most important key to an understanding of the Mormon past. 5

Mormon writer John J. Stewart has said:

The Prophet established a confidential Council of Fifty, or “Ytfif,” (Fifty spelled backwards), comprised of both Mormons and non-Mormons, to help attend to temporal matters, including the eventual development of a one-world government, in harmony with preparatory plans for the second advent of the Saviour.

Let’s jump again to the section called: “Some Extremely Grave Questions”:

Mormonism seems as American as apple pie, and Mormons seem to be the perfect citizens with their close families, high morals, patriotism, Boy Scout programs, Tabernacle Choir, and conservative politics. A Los Angeles Times article implied that Mormons have recently gained the image of “super-Americans . . . [who] appear to many to be ‘more American than the average American.’

This may explain why such a high proportion of Mormons find their way into government. Returned LDS missionaries have “the three qualities the CIA wants: foreign language ability, training in a foreign country, and former residence in a foreign country.” Utah (and particularly BYU) is one of the prime recruiting areas for the CIA. According to BYU spokesman Dr. Gary Williams, “We’ve never had any trouble placing anyone who has applied to the CIA. Every year they take almost anybody who applies.”

He also admitted that this has created problems with a number of foreign countries, who have complained about the “pretty good dose of [Mormon] missionaries who’ve gone back to the countries they were in as Central Intelligence agents.”

This may at least partially explain the reported close tie between the Mormon Church and the CIA. A disproportionate number of Mormons arrive at the higher levels of the CIA, FBI, military intelligence, armed forces, and all levels of city, state, and federal governments, including the Senate, Congress, Cabinet, and White House Staff. Sincere and loyal citizens, most of them may be unaware of the secret ambition of The Brethren. What could be better than having such patriots as these serving in strategic areas of government and national security?

Unfortunately, as we have noticed in every other area of Mormonism, the real truth lies hidden beneath the seemingly ideal image of patriotism presented by Mormons in public service. In fact their very presence in responsible government positions, particularly in agencies dealing with national security, raises some extremely serious questions that were expressed in my following letter mailed to the LDS Brethren in Salt Lake City. I also published it as an open letter in The Salt Lake Tribune.

The Mormon Oath of Vengeance Against This Nation

An open letter to:

The President, First Presidency and members of the General Authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

August 21, 1980

Gentlemen:

I was recently reflecting that although the actual blood oath and the oath of vengeance were removed from the Temple ceremonies sometime after 1930, you gentlemen [listing ten of the above] are of an age to have received your own endowments prior to their removal, and therefore, are still under these oaths.

I am particularly interested in your personal position on your oath of vengeance against the United States of America. As you recall, the oath was basically as follows:

You and each of you do solemnly promise and vow that you will pray and never cease to importune high heaven to AVENGE THE BLOOD OF THE PROPHETS (Joseph and Hiram Smith) ON THIS NATION, and that you will teach this to your children and your children’s children unto the third and fourth generation.

Have you officially renounced this oath? Or are you still bound by it?

If you have not renounced it, how can you presume to lead four-and-one-half [now over six and a half million Americans] million people [US citizens] under item 12 of your Articles of Faith and still be bound to call upon heaven to heap curses upon our nation? (“We believe in being subject to Kings, Presidents, Rulers and Magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.”)

If you have renounced it, how can you justify having sworn such an oath in the most holy of holy places on this earth, before the sacred altar of your omnipotent God, and then renounce it? Gentlemen, I call upon you to repent of this abomination and proclaim to both the Mormon people and to the people of the United States of America that you renounce that oath and all it represents.

I also call upon all members of the Mormon Church who hold office in our government, serve in the Armed Services, work for the FBI and CIA who have gone through the Mormon Temple and sworn oaths of obedience and sacrifice to the church and its leaders (above), to repent of these oaths in the light of the obvious conflict of interest between their pledge of allegiance to the USA and their higher loyalty to a group of men who are sworn to seek vengeance against this great nation.

Sincerely,

(Signed) J. Edward Decker

cc: President J. Carter, Mr. Ronald Reagan

No response was received to this letter. The Brethren are so powerful that they are immune to criticism and feel no need to explain themselves or account to anyone for these actions. The Mormon Church already packs a political punch far out of proportion to its size. The Wall Street Journal explained how, in spite of the Constitution separation between Church and State, public schools in Utah are used to instill Mormonism in young minds.

It mentioned political reapportionment, airline deregulation, the basing of the MX missile and the ERA as political issues affected by the power of the Church. For example, when the Church opposed the MX for Utah, those plans were immediately dropped by the federal government. The same Wall Street Journal article quoted the following statement from J.D. Williams, a University of Utah political science professor:

There is a disquieting statement in Mormonism: “When the leaders have spoken, the thinking has been done.” To me, democracy can’t thrive in that climate. They [Mormon politicians] don’t have to be called to Church headquarters for political instruction. They know what they’re supposed to do. That’s why non-Mormons can only look toward the Mormon Church and wonder: “What is Big Brother doing to me today?”

*Don’t miss the rest of this breakthrough series tomorrow will go in depth to teach you how Romney and Beck see themselves as the catalysts to fulfill the satanically inspired prophecies of Mormon cult founder Joseph Smith. The series ends tomorrow with a close look and special warning about Glenn Beck!!!

In His love and service,
Your friend and brother in Christ,

Bill Keller

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