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The Presidency of the Firmament


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8 hours ago, MCootey said:

The Presidency of the Firmament.............

A great amount of chaos tip’s the weight putting the Light and Truth off  balance................

I then propose that it's possible for anyone anytime to fall, even those who are celestial....................

Outer Darkness crept in like a thief in the night. It manifested itself to those weak in faith and infested the hosts of heaven. ...................

I so wish to return on top but so far I haven’t received a Fullness due to being divorced and having not found another bride............

Welcome to this board, MCootey.  You seem to have the nub of some sort of Mormon sci-fi novel in mind.  However, the above odd items stood out in my mind.

Hugh Nibley once said:


All the worlds are organized in a common pattern, . . in all the worlds you will find God alone rules but with a presidency of three and a council of twelve.  This is the rule of all worlds.  The repetitions are infinite in number and scope . . . .  As a Yeu becomes a Father, the Father then appoints new Yeus (Jehovahs) for new worlds who in turn become Fathers, etc. (cf. First Jeu 48:8; 50:1-3; 97:25-28; Pistis Sophia I, 91, 94; III, 285, 319, 329-330; IV, 355:15,23, 370:10,19,24).  FARMS Preliminary Report N-APO, "Apocryphal Writings," p. 13; see C. Schmidt & V. MacDermot, Books of Jeu (Leiden: Brill, 1978).

However, Brother Brigham said in April of 1852, in a sermon in Salt Lake City, that, of the various deities which exist, one "is our father and our God, and the only God with whom we have to do" (Journal of Discourses, 1:50; cf. Paul in I Cor 8:5-6).



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