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  • The Occult & Restoration Story

    10/30/2011 6:04:50 PM PDT · by Colofornian · 34 replies · 1+ views ^ | 1992-2008 | Robert K. Lewis
    ...Where did the word "Mormon" come from? Have you assumed that it came from the Book of Mormon? Anton LaVey's Satanic Bible has a list of "Infernal Names." Guess what one of them is? "Mormo." Mormo is the god of the ghouls, an evil being obsessed with the dead. What would the names of his followers be? "Mormons?" Is this just a coincidence? "In Chinese, "Mormon" means "gates of hell." That's why the Mormon missionaries have problems in Hong Kong, for instance. They have to avoid using the word "Mormon" in trying to convert the Chinese." Is this really just...
  • Glenn Beck TV thread May 19th 2010

    05/19/2010 1:35:32 PM PDT · by cripplecreek · 81 replies · 1,481+ views
    FOX news Glenn Beck ^ | May 19th 2010 | Glenn Beck
    Glenn Beck TV thread May 19th 2010 Welcome to the GLENN BECK television thread...Stand. Never give up. Never give in. We are another day closer to the 2010 elections. All Beckerheads, infidels, sick twisted freaks, ilks and lurkers are welcome and are encouraged to participate in the thread.
  • Today in the (Mormon) Bloggernacle

    07/17/2009 1:18:05 PM PDT · by Colofornian · 5 replies · 390+ views
    Mormon Times ^ | July 16, 2009 | Emily Jensen
    Thursday, July 16: Cynocephalus mormon: Papio Mormon (Rib-nosed Baboon, Mandrill). Mormoops megalophylla (Ghost-faced Bat). Mormosaurus seeleyi (Mormosaurus). These and other fascinating creatures share a variant of the "mormos" label because before the word Mormon became associated with the LDS Church, it was a zoological term which meant "having the appearance of a hideous monster." Check out these amazing mormos animals (including pictures) at "All God's Creatures, Including Mormos." My personal favorite is the Papilio polymnestor (Blue Mormon) butterfly.