Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Urim and Thummim Verse Two

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Joseph Smith wrote that in 1823 an angel told him about "two stones in silver bows…fastened to a breastplate…the possession and use of [which] constituted "seers' in ancient or former times" (JS—H 1:35). Joseph used these and other seer stones that he found in various ways (occasionally referred to by the biblical term Urim and Thummim) for several purposes, primarily in translating the Book of Mormon and receiving revelations (see HC 1:21-23, 33, 36, 45, 49; 3:28; 5:xxxii; CHC 6:230-31).

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After the establishment of the Utah Territory, the Latter-day Saints did not relinquish the idea of a "State of Deseret". From 1862 to 1870, a group of Mormon elders under Young's leadership met as a shadow government after each session of the territorial legislature to ratify the new laws under the name of the "State of Deseret."

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10425 66597 𐐥 Eng 1044D 66637 𐑍 Eng
10426 66598 𐐦 Oi 1044E 66638 𐑎 Oi
10427 66599 𐐧 Ew 1044F 66639 𐑏 Ew

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A reluctant Deckard is brought to his old boss Bryant (M. Emmet Walsh), who informs him that the recent escape of Nexus-6 replicants is the worst yet. He orders Deckard to eliminate the four replicants, a process referred to as "retirement". Deckard agrees to help after Bryant makes thinly-veiled threats – if Deckard is not a cop, then he falls under 'little people'.

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Hannah has never married. She had a long-term relationship with singer Johnson Braun who had his roadies bring her backstage after a concert during her senior year at Parker -- (she is the female voice on Braun's 1985 hit song with Cleo Clammond, "Let my Friend of Mine be a HoneyBee"). She was with Braun from 1978 through 1992. The relationship ended with rumors being spread in the press of domestic violence that were later 'proven' false by Braun's Shadow Government. [The JBSG]

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