9 April 1852 General Conference - President Brigham Young gave the first account of his Adam-God Doctrine which changed the nature and character of God. (FLDS still adhere to the doctrine today)
“When our father Adam came into the garden of Eden, he came into it with a celestial body, and brought Eve, one of his wives, with him. He helped to make and organize this world. He is MICHAEL, the Archangel, the ANCIENT OF DAYS! about whom holy men have written and spoken—He is our FATHER and our GOD, and the only God with whom WE have to do. Every man upon the earth, professing Christians or non-professing, must hear it, and will know it sooner or later…I could tell you much more about this; but were I to tell you the whole truth, blasphemy would be nothing to it, in the estimation of the superstitious and over righteous mankind…. Now, let all who may hear these doctrines, pause before they make light of them, or treat them with indifference, for they will prove their salvation or damnation.”
2 October 1976 Priesthood Session General Conference - President Spencer W. Kimball denounces the Adam-God theory, but refused to attach it to Brigham Young:
"We warn you against the dissemination of doctrines which are not according to the scriptures and which are alleged to have been taught by some of the General Authorities of past generations. Such, for instance, is the Adam-God theory. We denounce that theory and hope that everyone will be cautioned against this and other kinds of false doctrine."
- Our Own Liahona
So who is right, President Brigham Young or President Spencer W. Kimball? Both spoke in General Conference, which is considered equal in authority to canonized scripture. Both cannot be right, one must be wrong. And herein lays the conundrum:
26 February 1980 - President Ezra Taft Benson gives "Fourteen Fundamentals in Following the Prophet":
First: The prophet is the only man who speaks for the Lord in everything.
Second: The living prophet is more vital to us than the Standard Works.
Third: The living prophet is more important to us than a dead prophet.
Fourth: The prophet will never lead the Church astray.
Fifth: The prophet is not required to have any particular earthly training or diplomas to speak on any subject or act on any matter at any time.
Sixth: The prophet does not have to say “Thus saith the Lord” to give us scripture.
Seventh: The prophet tells us what we need to know, not always what we want to know.
Eighth: The Prophet is not limited by men’s reasoning.
Ninth: The prophet can receive revelation on any matter—temporal or spiritual.
Tenth: The prophet may well advise on civic matters.
Eleventh: The two groups who have the greatest difficulty in following the prophet are the proud who are learned and the proud who are rich.
Twelfth: The prophet will not necessarily be popular with the world or the worldly.
Thirteenth: The prophet and his counselors make up the First Presidency—The highest quorum in the Church.
Fourteenth: The prophet and the presidency—the living prophet and the First Presidency—follow them and be blessed—reject them and suffer.
Though I have issues with these 14 "Fundamentals", the point should be clear - The Church is in great confusion over what President Young declared as the new Mormon Doctrine and as a result other new doctrines have emerged from this, such as the President's words have to be approved by the Twelve which contradicts the 1st Fundamental stated above. So either President Young or President Kimball have destroyed the Church leading the Church astray (see 4th Fundamental). Mormons cannot ignore this, or claim that this is negative or that it's anti-mormon, for this is from the Presidents of the Church over the pulpit in General Conference, the highest authority under canon scripture. And according to the 14th Fundamental, Mormons exaltation is at stake as to who they should follow. The 3rd Fundamental would suggest that President Young's doctrine is no longer valid, but then neither is Joseph Smith's or JESUS' doctrine, despite the President speaks for the Lord (1st Fundamental). President Benson just made matters worse with his 14 Fundamentals.
So Mormons won't read this post because its negativity will threaten their faith, despite the Mormon doctrine of faith is in Alma 32 starting in verse 28 which states that all words must be replicated to confirm their truth or discarded when they cannot be replicated. Yet this also threatens Mormon's concept of Authority, for how can the Church carry on after an unrighteous President whose authority is removed by God (see D&C 121:36-37). Mormons do not study...anything, not the Book of Mormon, not the words of the Presidents, not the other scriptures, not their own doctrine. This is why there is confusion and a conundrum. Having studied, I replicated the words, and thus know the answer. An unrighteous President only has authority in God's eyes for one last act of accepted authority from God, and that is to choose his replacement. (D&C 43:2-6(4))
So who did President Young choose as his replacement? It has been the tradition that the President of the Twelve replaces the dead President and in President Young's last year reorganized the Twelve so that instead of the oldest member being the President of the Twelve, it became the oldest appointed member of the Twelve. This is significant because Orson Hyde and Orson Pratt were outspoken opponents against President Young's Adam-God Doctrine, and both got dropped in ranking in the Twelve. Orson Hyde would have been the next President of the Church had he not opposed Pres. Young and got excommunicated in 1839 only to be fully restored the next month in June. Excommunications prevented President Marsh and Elder William Smith from becoming the Church President and there are some fishy details about their situation as well, which I won't get into here. This is why John Taylor became the 3rd President of the Church. Though God has allowed this process, it is not the official authoritative choosing that God recognizes. The actual authoritative chosen replacement accepted by God is found in D&C 85:7:
7 And it shall come to pass that I, the Lord God, will send one mighty and strong, holding the scepter of power in his hand, clothed with light for a covering, whose mouth shall utter words, eternal words; while his bowels shall be a fountain of truth, to set in order the house of God, and to arrange by blot the inheritances of the saints whose names are found, and the names of their fathers, and of their children, enrolled in the book of the law of God;
8 While that man, who was called of God and appointed, that putteth forth his hand to steady the bark of God, shall fall by the shaft of death, like as a tree that is smitten by the vivid shaft of lightning.
This was not put in the Doctrine and Covenants until 1876, again the year before President Young died. It is attributed to Joseph Smith, but has caused nothing but confusion, speculation, and misinterpretation since its inclusion. The truth is is that Pres. Young put it in here; it is his revelation not Joseph's. And in Brigham's mind the one mighty and strong is him, and Joseph is the "fallen" prophet in verse 8. But because of the loss of authority of Brigham Young, God turned this unrighteous scripture into Brigham's choice for his replacement. So President Joseph Fielding Smith's First Presidency Statement in 1905 about the identity of this person is wrong. The President of the Church, Presiding Bishop, or lowly Bishop does not receive a "scepter of power". This is governmental authority, but yes the first 5 Presidents were also anointed by the Council of 50 as "Kings". Presidents of the Church have keys of authority for the Kingdom of God, but the President of the Church is in verse 8. This person who is not the President of the Church will not only have government rule, but Church rule over the Presidents of the United States and the Church. He shall also "utter (eternal) words" meaning provide scripture. He will "set in order" the Temple meaning that he will restore the Temple Endowment that Brigham Young altered to conform to Freemasonry and in which originally contained his Adam-God Doctrine. And he will be involved not only with genealogy, but with assigning the Saints their homes in Independence, Missouri. To the Jews this man is Elijah, to John the Revelator he is the "Man Child", to Daniel, Jeremiah, Isaiah, and others he is the Latter-Day King on the throne of David; and to the Egyptians he is Horus the son of Osiris who takes back his father's kingdom from his Uncle Set who murdered his brother Osiris. (Jesus - Lucifer - Male Child pattern) This pattern was followed with the death of Joseph Smith and thus the Man Child/One Mighty and Strong is to take back the Authority of the Church of Jesus. Brigham did not know that this was what he was doing, but this is the Law of Moses according to Deuteronomy 19:18-19. Brigham had falsely accused Joseph of being "fallen" and justified replacing him as the King and High Priest over the Kingdom of God in the Kingdom of Deseret.
So now do you see how vital this year is and the role the Man Child is that I've been writing about? This is an exciting time of hope and joy, not one of embarrassment, cowardice, and shame in covering-up and suppressing the truth. Notice that Jupiter is in the scales of Judgement as a Judge after having emerged from the "womb" of the Church/Virgo on 23 September 2017. This is not a coincidence!!! This is real and it is happening...now!!!