The Mormon Prophetess

by Aenon E. Moss

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Anna the Prophetess looking at the baby Jesus in the Jewish Temple, with Simeon, Joseph, and Mary

And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions:" (Joel 2:28)


Shoghi Effendi (1897-1957) one said that "Joseph Smith was a Seer, not a prophet minor other otherwise." (Haifa Notes of Ramona Brown). Baha'is don't need to accept that. Baha'is can be Pro-Joseph Smith (he was a Seer), anti-Joseph Smith (he was a fraud), or have "No Opinion" about Joseph Smith. All three views are accepted in the Baha'i Faith as "Personal Belief". But ____NO BAHA'I____ may accept Joseph Smith as a "Prophet" in the Baha'i sense of the term "Prophet" (i.e. sinless and infallible Manifestation of God). The same is true regarding Xorol R. Oliver. Baha'is "may" accept her as a Seer, or see her a a fraud (or delutional), or have "no opinion" regarding her. Baha'is are allowed "Personal Beliefs" as long as those personal beliefs do not "conflict" with Accepted Baha'i Doctrine.

There is a false rumor among the Baha'is of Utah that Xorol R. Oliver is a "fictional person" who never existed. She did exist, did have correspondence with Shoghi Effendi (originals are kept at the Baha'i World Centre in Haifa) from the late 1930s to the mid 1950s. She was granted two patents (for Electrolysis apparatus) in 1930 by the U.S. Patent Office (you may see one HERE.. While living in California, she placed many advertisements in The Oakland Tribune offering her Electrolysis services, which you can see HERE. Her death, in May of 1955, is mentioned in Baha'i News for July, 1955, on page 12 under "In Memoriam" . You can see that HERE. (under "In Memoriam" lower right of page). Those Baha'is who claim that she is a "fictional made-up person" are lying, or spreading lies they mistakenly believe is the truth. This false rumor was first told by two Anti-Joseph Smith "Baha'is" (?) in Salt Lake City, Utah, in the late 1990s; because they didn't want other Baha'is to accept Joseph Smith, or Xorol R. Oliver, as true Seers. They believed that Joseph Smith was a fraud, and they insisted all other Baha'is to believe as they did. That Big Lie that Xorol R. Oliver is a made-up person has spread all over Utah until today (2016), most Baha'is in Utah consider it the "Truth" because they've been told it by so many for so often. Very sad. There are Hypocrites in all religions. The Baha'i Faith is no exception. If you hear a Baha'i saying anything negative about another person, Baha'i or non-baha'i, ask them: "Are you supposed to spread gossip in the Baha'i Faith?" They will say: "No, no, I'm telling you the Truth!" Actually, no, they are either lying, or spreading a false rumor they "assume" is the Truth. Baha'is are not supposed to spread negative comments about others. Period. Please remind them. Thank you. ~A.E. Moss


IN THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW it is recorded that an old widow named "Anna the Prophetess" was promised by the LORD that she would live to see the face of the Messiah (Christ), and when the baby Jesus was brought to the Temple at Jerusalem, she immediately recognized Him as the Messiah. In that Gospel she is called "Anna the Prophetess". In the Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches she is seen called "St. Anna" or "St. Anna the Prophetess".

The Book of Joel, in the Old Testament, promises that in "I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, our old men shall dreams dreams, and your young men shall see visions." (Joel 2:28). For over 150 years, Mormon missionaries through out the Christian world have used Joel 2:28 as "proof" that God called the young boy Joseph Smith to be a Prophet, at the age of 14, with the First Vision. However, at the same time, Mormons believe that there is no such thing as a "Prophetess"; that all Prophets must hold the Priesthood, and must be male (although Joseph Smith had many visions before he was ever given the Priesthood). Most Mormons believe that while women may receive "prompting of the Spirit", they cannot receive Revelation or have supernatural visions. Their belief contradicts the Scripture (Joel 2:28), and very reality of Anna "The Prophetess" mentioned in the Gospel of Matthew.

This online book is about a Mormon woman whom some believe was a Prophetess (or "Seeress") by the name of Xorol ("ksor-rawl") R. Oliver.

XOROL (ksor-rawl) ROBINSON OLIVER (1889-1955) claimed to be a "Seeress"; meaning a female Seer. She claimed to get her information about God and the Cosmos from out-of-body experiences she had, which would take her "astral body" to the Spirit-World. She also claimed she was able to go back in time, via her astral body (not her physical body); like viewing the past in dreams. The information she gathered from hundreds of these out-of-body experiences (OBEs) she formulated into a system of beliefs which she called "Kosmonic Science": from "science" (the study of) and "Cosmos" (the universe) and "harmonic" (vibrations) or "The Study of God and the Cosmos by Means of the Universal Vibrations". She believe the entire Cosmos was vibrating, and that if you "tuned" your soul into a right vibration, your soul, or astral body, would enter that dimension. She gave lectures on "Kosmonic Science" at the Theosophical Society in Berkeley, California, which met at a Masonic Lodge, in the early 1930s. During that time, she also got a patent for something she called "Electrolysis Chair" (patent given to "Xorol R. Oliver" in 1930 by the U.S. Patent Office). Electrolysis the removal of unwanted hair (usually on women) via electricity.

In Part One we'll examine four of her doctrines:

1} First: Her doctrine that the Word (Lamb) of God will incarnate (become flesh) seven times on this planet.

2} Second: Her doctrine that Celestial beings "reincarnate" on many worlds, but Terrestrial beings (ordinary human souls) have only one mortal probation per material world ("consecutive incarnation")

3} Third: Her doctrine that Jesus came to atone for the Original Sin of Adam; which "sin" caused the souls of all Adamites to die in the Spirit-World.

4} Four: Her doctrine that Curse of Cain does not refer to "Negroes" but to the Solubba; a tribe of wandering blacksmiths in Arabia.

In Parts 2 through 9 we shall reveal other of her prophecies and doctrines, and how these prophecies were fulfilled in history and how her doctrines have been confirmed by science in recent years.

The following information is taken from her unpublished notes Lectures in Kosmonic Science that she gave in Berkeley, California, in the months of September through December, 1930. The notes were written in short-hand and later typed on sheets of paper on a manual typewriter, in 1931. The sheets were in the possession of Mrs. Doris Stephens of Tacoma, Washington, who had received them from her mother who was a friend of Xorol R Oliver, and lived in Oakland, California, in 1930. In 1995 this author came into possession of the 53 sheets titled Lectures in Kosmonic Science and dated "August 1931". The stenographer and typist is not named on the sheets.


Xorol R. Oliver:

"The man that we call Adam was not the first man, but the first of a new race of mankind, the Adamic race. History tells us that he was Adapa of the [S]umerians, and that he lived in the city of Edo [Eridu]. Now, many of you were told in Sunday school that Adam was made from mud, and Eve was made from a rib of Adam. This is not the case. Indeed, Adam was born as you and I were born, of a woman, but not a woman from this planet. It is true that Eve was made from a rib of Adam, but not a rib from his chest. These are dark sayings, and the story of Adam in the Garden holds many mysteries and symbols. I will know explain to you what these dark sayings and symbols really mean." (Lectures, p. 3)

According to The Book of Zohar, a book of Jewish Mysticism, God created the Soul of Adam, and all of us, the descendants of Adam, inherit "copies" of that one Soul. Thus, whatever happens to the Soul of Adam, also happens to the souls of the descendants of Adam.

Brigham Young, the second President of the LDS Church, taught that Adam was the father of our spirits. He taught this in General Conference. He also authored "The Lecture at the Veil" which was a lecture given in the St. George Temple; the only operating Mormon Temple during the Presidency of Brigham Young. This is called "The Adam-God Doctrine". There is no question Brigham Young taught it, repeatedly, from 1851 until his death in 1877. The LDS Church today condemns the Adam-God Doctrine, and excommunicates anyone who teaches it to others. Yet, at the same time, the Church continues to teach that Brigham Young was a true Prophet of God.

How can a true Prophet teach a false doctrine? This is not explained, and you ask that question, your bishop will ask to have "a word with you" and then he'll say something like this: "Don't worry about what Brigham Young may have taught, just pay your tithing, attend your meetings, and you'll be blessed. Do not speak of this again! Will you obey this counsel?"

If you don't obey that "counsel" you may be excommunicated. In "Mormonese" the term "counsel" means "order" or "command". When your priesthood-leader "counsels" you it means he is giving you an "order" that, if you disobey it, you can face a Church Court.

Brigham Young also taught that Adam died on another planet, was raised from the dead in a "celestial body" and came to this planet with a celestial body. Desiring children, Adam ate material fruit, which caused the spirit flowing through his veins to turn to blood, which caused his celestial body to become mortal again and again subject to death. Xorol (ksor-rawl) R. Oliver was in perfect agreement with this, that Adam came here in an astral body, first ate the "ethereal double" of fruit (she taught all physical objects have an "ethereal double"), and then, eventually, was able to eat material fruit, which changed the "spirit" in his veins to become "blood" and thus mortal again. She taught that Adam was not the first human being, but the first Adamite; the first human on this planet with a God-breathed soul.

The LDS Church no longer teaches the Adam-God Doctrine, but excommunicates anyone who teaches this and does not quickly "repent".

Note: Anyone who tells you that "Brigham Young was misquoted" in his Adam-God teachings is either lying, or misinformed. There are very thick books that discuss the history of the Adam-God Doctrine in great detail. Brigham Young was NOT "misquoted". He taught it, called it a "revelation" and even had a "Lecture at the Veil" which taught it in the St. George Temple; the only functioning Mormon Temple during the life in Brigham Young in Utah.

Brigham Young clearly, repeatedly, and absolutely taught the Adam-God Doctrine, in many places, including General Conference. He said God revealed it to him. That is a fact that cannot be denied by anyone who has studied all the evidence. Those Mormons who say "he was misquoted" or "that was just his personal opinion" are either lying (and some do) or repeating a lie, thinking that lie is the truth. The Adam-God Doctrine was an "official doctrine of the Church" during the entire administration of Brigham Young as the "Living Prophet" of the Church. It was confirmed in a statement by the First Presidency in 1909. It was not called a "theory" until the 1930s under Church President Heber J. Grant. Anyone who tells you that "Brigham Young was misquoted" is speaking out of ignorance.

Xorol R. Oliver taught that Adam is NOT the "Father" of our spirits, but that our spirits/souls are "copies" of his God-Breathed Soul. In other words, Adam did not "beget" our spirits, but his descendants, the Adamites, "inherited" a copy of his God-Breathed Soul. Adam "begot" sons and daughters, each of whom inherit a copy of His God-Breathed Soul, and their children inherited a copy, and their children inherited a copy, and their children inherited a copy, and so forth, until today. Therefore, when Adam's soul "fell" ours did too, because whatever effects the original God-Breathed Soul, also effects our souls, since our souls are simply copies of that original God-Breathed Soul.

Xorol (ksor-rawl) was not a polygamist. She decried polygamy. She claimed to be a "Seer" and to have visited the Spirit-World, the Third Heaven, often and "saw" and heard things not lawful for a man, or woman, to utter. She never claimed to be the "Prophet" for the Church. She simply claimed to have visited the Third Heaven, like Paul did, and to have gotten her information from there. According to Xorol the "true Prophets" after Joseph Smith were Joseph Morris, George Williams, and James Brighouse. All of those men prophesied, had supernatural visions, and received "Thus Saith the Lord" Revelations. Current Church leaders are "sustained" by "vote" (?) twice a year in General Conference as Prophets/Seers/Revelators, but they never actually prophesy/see/revelate.


According to Xorol R. Oliver, Adam was not the first man on this planet. Men and women existed on this planet long before Adam and Eve and "death" existed on this planet, in our physical realm, which she called "The Body-World" for billions of years. Adam as not the first man, but the first man with a God-breathed Soul. His children, and their children, "inherited" a copy of this God-breathed Soul. Having a God-breathed Soul means you are "alive" (conscious) in the Spirit-World. Not have one, means you are "dead" (totally unconscious) in the Spirit-World.

Xorol taught that the man "Adam" did exist, in ancient Sumeria, and he was known as "Adapa" (Sumerian: "Wise Man"). Adapa married a woman, named Lillitu, and they had sons and daughters. The soul of Adapa (since He was a Celestial Being) reincarnated as Melchizedek, the king of Salam. Later, this same Soul reincarnated as a man who would become an Egyptian pharaoh, and it was as this Egyptian Pharaoh that "Adam" committed his "original sin" with "Eve". This original sin of Adam, she taught, was the cause of the Fall; meaning that all the souls of the Adamites "died" in the Spirit-World.

Note: Xorol (ksor-rawl) did not teach that we all reincarnate; only the "Mahatmas" (Great Souls) like Adapa. Most of us are "terrestrial beings" who have one mortal probation per material planet, which she called "Consecutive Incarnation".

In the time between the Fall of Adam, and the Atonement of Jesus on the Cross (not in Gethsemane as many Mormons believe), was the period of "Shoel" or "soul-death". Sometimes this is called "soul-sleep". There are verses in the Old Testament that appear to teach that the dead are "dead"; meaning they are totally unconscious, without thoughts, dreams, or plans.

Psalms 6:5: “In death there is no remembrance of you.”

Ps.146 :4: “the thoughts perish at death." Eccl.8:8 “there is no man that has power over the Spirit to retain the spirit; in the day of death.”

Psalms 115:17: “The dead praise not the Lord neither any that go down into silence.”

Eccl 3:19: “For what happens to the sons of men also happen to the animals, one thing befalls them, as one dies so dies the other, surely they all have one breath, man has no advantage over animals, for all is vanity.”

Eccl 9:5,10: “in Sheol there is no work or device or wisdom.”

Some Christians, such as the Seventh-day Adventists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Christadelphians, believe that when a person dies, their "soul" dies too, and it remains "dead" (non-existent) until God resurrects it. Seventh-day Adventists believe that God will only resurrect those who keep the true Sabbath day (Saturday). If you worship God and Christ on Sunday, you won't be resurrected. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Jehovah will only resurrect those Jehovah's Witnesses who consistently "publish" (proselyte) at least 8 hours per month. Christadelphians believe that God will resurrect only "good" Christadelphians.

Mormonism teaches that all men and women will be resurrected in this physical realm (the Body-World) sometime in the future. Xorol (ksor-rawl) taught that all men and women already have been resurrected, in the Spirit-World, at the moment Jesus died on the Cross. She taught all physical bodies return to dust, and are never raised again. Only the "soul" is raised from "death" (i.e. soul-death).

Bible scholars refer to this belief as "soul-sleep"; that souls are "dead" until raised up by God. Those who believe in soul-sleep base their belief on the verses quoted above. Xorol ("ksor-rawl") taught that "Shoel" (soul-sleep or soul-death) only existed between the Fall of Adam, when the souls of all Adamites "died" in the Spirit-World, and the Atonement of Jesus on the Cross, which "reversed" the effects of the Fall of Adam, and the souls of all Adamites were "resurrected" (they regained consciousness) in the Spirit-World. Soul-sleep was only true during this "period" of time between the Fall and the Atonement.

Between the Fall of Adam and the Atonement of Jesus, the souls of the Adamites were "dead" in the Spirit-World. Between His death and being raised from the dead, Jesus goes to Shoel to awaken those who "slept".

Xorol ("ksor-rawl") taught that our souls are "copies" of the God-Breathed Soul of Adam. When Adam "sinned" in the Garden of Eden (actually, in the Garden of Aten), his soul "died" in the Spirit-World; although he continued to live in our physical world. All the souls of the Adamites also "died" in the Spirit-World, although Adamites continued to live in the physical world. The result of the sin or "Fall" of Adam means eternal soul-death in the Spirit-World. This condition was reversed by the Atonement of Jesus on the Cross, Who "paid" for the "original sin" of Adam in the Garden. Had Jesus not died on the Cross, then, at death, all Adamites would be eternally "dead in the Spirit-World.

The doctrine of soul-sleep (i.e. soul-death in Shoel) was true, but only true between the Fall of Adam and the Atonement of Jesus. It is not true today. When Jesus was resurrected "many bodies of the saints which slept arose." (Matt. 27:52). Xorol taught this refers to "ethereal bodies" and not physical bodies. Dust (the physical body) returns to dust (the earthly elements).

The Fall of Adam happened, according to Xorol ("ksor-rawl"), about 1350 B.C. in Egypt, in a place called the "Garden of Aten"; a real walled garden, with fruit trees of all kinds, evaporation ponds, and a "zoo" with all sorts of animals, that was built by Pharaoh Akhenaten, the husband of Nefertiti: the parents of King Tutenamun. It was a real place, with real trees, real ponds, and real animals. The foundations of this walled garden still exist today, in a place called Tell Amarna, Egypt. In that place, a reincarnation of Adam dwelt, with "Eve" and they "sinned" and "fell". That was about 1350 B.C. From 1350 B.C. until 33 A.D., the souls of all Adamites were "dead" (completely unconscious) in the Spirit-World; which is why the Old Testament teaches "soul-sleep". But when Christ was "resurrected" in the Spirit-World, so were the Adamites. When an Adamite today "dies" their souls "lives" in the Spirit-World, because of Jesus' atonement on the Cross.

As in Adam all die (in the Spirit-World), so in Christ shall all Adamites be alive in the Spirit-World.

Atheists and "Sunstone" Mormons believe that the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden is a "myth"; created out of whole cloth. This is not true. The story is a "parable", but one based upon real people and a real place, which was not in Missouri, but in ancient Egypt. We'll explain that later in Section Two.


Mormons are taught at an early age that Joseph Smith was a true Prophet of God, and that he (Joseph) called reincarnation "a doctrine of the Devil". This is not true. In 1835, a man named Robert Matthews from New York City came to see Joseph Smith. Matthews said his name was "Matthias" and that he was the reincarnation of the Apostle Matthias, the man who replaced Judas. Joseph Smith wrote:

“He [Robert Matthews, alias Robert Matthias, alias Joshua the Jewish minister] said that he possessed the spirit of his fathers, that he was a literal descendant of Matthias, the Apostle, who was chosen in the place of Judas who killed himself; that his spirit was resurrected in him; and that this was the way or scheme of eternal life—this transmigration of soul or spirit from father to son. I told him that his doctrine was of the devil, that he was in reality in possession of a wicked and depraved spirit, although he professed to be the Spirit of truth itself; and he said also that he possessed the soul of Christ"(Joseph Smith, History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2:307)

The doctrines of Robert Matthews were:

*The Spirit of Christ was in him (Matthews). A lie.

*He was the reincarnation of the Apostle Matthias. A lie.

*The soul of a father reincarnates in his own son. A lie.

*He (Matthews) was the Spirit of Truth. A lie.

Robert Matthews was NOT teaching "reincarnation" but his own distorted doctrines in which he identified himself as the Spirit of Truth and reincarnation of the Apostle Matthias. He lied.

Any "lie" is "of the devil". Robert Matthews LIED, and his lies were "of the devil".

Joseph Smith said "his doctrine was of the devil" and suspected him to be a murderer. Indeed, Robert Matthews (a.k.a. Robert Matthias and Joshua the Jewish Minister) was a well-known con-man from New York City, who was "on the run" because he was accused of murdering his last "mark" (victim of a con) in that city.

What did Matthews/Matthias preach? He preached that "the Spirit of Christ was in him" and that "he was the reincarnation of the Apostle Matthias" and that "the soul of a father reincarnates in his son". All these doctrines are "false". All false doctrine is of the devil, because the devil (which Xorol Oliver identified as the "ego" in us all) is the adversary to God (i.e. the Spirit).

According to Elisha Snow, one of Joseph Smith's plural wives, he taught her that we have "multiple mortal probations". She taught this to her brother, Lorenzo Snow, who said that "he saw nothing unreasonable in it" (Diary of Orson Whitney, 8 June 1889). Lorenzo Snow was the fifth President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Joseph Smith was not calling reincarnation "a doctrine of the Devil" but said "his" (i.e. Matthews' unique doctrines) were "of the Devil". And they were! Because they were false. Joseph Smith said:

"The power of the Melchizedek Priesthood is to have power of endless lives...." (Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, p.322)

Mormons will interpret this as meaning if they are ordained to the Melchizedek Priesthood, and remain faithful to the Church (i.e. obedient to The Brethren) then they will be exalted and beget spirit-children for eternity (i.e. "endless lives"). But, we believe by "endless lives" Joseph Smith taught reincarnation for the Elect; not for everyone.

Xorol R. Oliver taught that Mahatmas or "celestial beings" have many lives on this planet, but that "terrestrial beings" (i.e. with ordinary human souls) have only one mortal probation on this planet, but we lived on another planet before this one, and will live on more planets; one mortal probation per planet. She called this "consecutive incarnation". She taught that "telestial beings" have one "final" mortal probation, and, should they fail it, they becomes "sons of perdition" and their soul is annihilated in something called "the second death".

Joseph Smith did not call reincarnation a "doctrine of devil". He called "his doctrine" (i.e. the unique and false doctrines of Robert Matthias) "of the devil" because....

*The Spirit of Christ was NOT in him.

*He was NOT the reincarnation of the Apostle Matthias.

*The soul of a father does NOT reincarnate in his son.

*He (Matthews) was NOT the "Spirit of Truth"

Joseph Smith was NOT calling "reincarnation" a doctrine of the Devil, but the strange and unique doctrines of Robert Matthews "doctrines of the Devil". And they were!

Xorol ("ksor-rawl") taught that reincarnation only applies to "Mahatmas" (Sanskrit: "Great Souls"); not to the ordinary human soul. For the human soul there is "consecutive incarnation" which means: only

one mortal probation

per material planet. But...God has many planets!

Yes....Xorol R. Oliver really existed, and she was given a patent by the U.S. Patent Office in 1930, for an electralysis chair. She was real. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying to you.


Atheists and "Sunstone" Mormons believe that the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden is a "myth"; created out of whole cloth by some ancient Jewish scribe. This is not true. The story is a "parable", but one based upon real people and a real place, which was not in Missouri, but in ancient Egypt.

Xorol (ksor-rawl) taught that the Story of Adam and Eve was a "parable" based upon real people, a Pharaoh and his queen, who lived in ancient Egypt. We'll examine her teachings concerning this in Part Two.

Mormons are taught from birth that Adam and Eve were the first human beings on this planet, two white-skinned Anglo-Saxon looking people, and they lived in the Garden of Eden, which was in North America, specifically, in what is now Jackson County, Missouri; where the cities of Kansas City, Missouri, and Independence, Missouri, now are. Later, God would send a flood to destroy humanity, and all living humans, and two of every kind of animal, was taken by Noah on a ship, from what is now North Carolina, up to Mount Ararat in Armenia, and all races of mankind are descendants of the three sons of Noah and their wives. One of the descendants of Noah, took all the marsupials on the Ark, except for the Possum, and built another ship, and headed for Australia; which explains why Australia has hundreds of thousands of unique plants and animals not found anywhere else on Earth.

The Church teaches there was "no death" before the Fall of Adam and Eve; meaning lions and tigers ate grass like cows and horses. The "Fall" of Adam and Eve came about when Lucifer, in the form of a talking snake, "tempted" Eve with a fig, she ate, and "tempted" Adam with it, and he ate, and they became mortal, and death entered into this world. for the first time, about 4004 B.C. How eating a fig could cause this, is not explained. Why God needed Lucifer to appear as a talking snake in order to do this, is not explained. Mormons are told "this is how it happened" and most simply believe what they are told, because they believe their leaders are Prophets, Seers, and Revelators, and simply "know" the truth about God and the universe.

The Church used to teach, for 130 years, the Curse of Cain Doctrine: that Cain, a white man, became the first "Negro" after he killed Abel, and Cain married one of his white sisters, but the Lord changed her into the second "Negro" and that Ham married a "Negro" woman already pregnant with a full-Negro child (Canaan) and that is how the "Negro" race survived the flood. The Church does not teach "the Curse of Cain Doctrine" anymore, and, in fact, now disavows it (see "Race and Priesthood" statement under "Topics" at LDS.org online). Yet, Mormons over the age of 60, were taught the Curse of Cain Doctrine as "a doctrine of the Church" from the time they were small children, until the Church stopped actively teaching it in 1978.

Xorol Oliver did not believe any of this. She was a very UNorthodox Mormon! She did not believe there was "no death" on Earth before Adam and Eve ate the fig. She did not believe that the Garden of Eden was in Missouri. She did not believe that Adam was made from God molding clay, nor that Eve was made from one of Adam's "ribs". She did not believe that a talking snake "tempted" a naked white woman with a fig. She did not believe that the "forbidden fruit" was a fig. She did not believe that Cain was changed into the first "Negro" because he killed his brother Abel. But, she was not an Atheist, nor Agnostic. She claimed to have out-of-body experiences (OBEs) wherein her "soul" would visit the Spirit-World, and that is where she got her information. She taught in her "Kosmonic Science" lectures in the early 1930s. Some of her lectures were transcribes. We'll examine her teachings in this article; especially concerning the coming of the "6th incarnation of the Word of God" to Salt Lake City in late September, 1912.


From 1848, until June 8th, 1978, Bantús (i.e. those of the black African race) were "banned" from all Mormon temples and the priesthood orders of Aaron and Melchizedek; which every Mormon male over the age of 12 is supposed to hold. This "priesthood and temple ban" (often referred to as "The Priesthood-ban" or simply "The Ban") was first imposed by Brigham Young in 1848, soon after a half-black Mormon elder named William McCary claimed to be a Prophet, and seduced many young white Mormon women and girls; telling them he was Adam reincarnated, and telling each one of the white woman and girls that she was Eve reincarnated.

Starting in 1848, Church leaders taught the Curse of Cain Doctrine; that some spirits were "less valiant" in the War in Heaven, and, as punishment, were born into the lineage of Cain, and that Cain was "changed" from a white man into the first "Negro". Church leaders never called this "speculation" nor "personal opinion" but called it "a doctrine of the Church" many times. They also taught that The Ban would be lifted sometime after the Millennium was over, after Abel was resurrected, had children, and all of Abel's children first had the opportunity to hold the (Mormon) priesthood. They taught that "Negroes" could still join the Church, if they wanted to, but that missionaries should not take the Gospel to them "affirmatively". Church leaders taught that faithful "Negro" Mormons would become the servants of white Mormons in the Celestial Kingdom, and that "they will go there as servants, but they will go." (by Mormon Apostle Elder Mark E. Peterson Race Relations as they Affect the Church, a talk given to teachers of religion at Brigham Young University, 1959)

The Ban was lifted by Church President Spencer W. Kimball on June 8th, 1978; due (most believe) to external pressures and internal problems, which will be discussed below. Since "The Ban" was lifted, Black Mormons have enjoyed full equality in the LDS (i.e. "Mormon") Church.

In the life of Joseph Smith, blacks were not banned from the priesthood and temples. Black Mormon men were ordained, and black Mormons worshipped in the Kirtland and Nauvoo temples along side of white Mormons. During this time, the Church had no "Endowment" ceremony. Temples were for public worship, like Stake Centers. The Kirkland Temple had no secret rites. The original Nauvoo Temple was built like a Mormon Tabernacle, with no secret rites, but on the second story were Church offices and a small area for the Holy Order and their "secret/sacred" rites. Most Mormons were not Holy Order members, and, indeed, knew nothing about it. Nor were they told anything about the Holy Order or its rites.

In 1842, Joseph Smith established a "Holy Order" for a select group of Mormons, and took rites from Freemasonry and established an initiation ceremony for the Holy Order he called "Celestial Masonry". Joseph Smith never intended that all Mormons be initiated into "Celestial Masonry"; only members of the Holy Order. Joseph Smith had plans to take the Order with him to Palestine, so he could await the "coming of the Son of Man" and "see the face of the Son of Man" in the year 1891, "if" he lived until that year (D&C section 130).

Joseph Smith's "Celestial Masonry" ritual had nothing to do with "passing angel sentinels" in the Resurrection, but with preparing a people to recognize "the Son of Man" when He would appear in the Holy Land in 1891. More about that later.

In 1847, Brigham Young took the initiation rite of the Holy Order ("Celestial Masonry") and renamed it the "Endowment Ceremony" and made it a required rite for all members of the Church getting married or going on Church missions. Elijah Abels and other black Mormons partook of this ceremony with white Mormons in the Nauvoo Temple. Brigham Young said that the "signs and tokens" of the Endowment was needed so that Mormons could "pass by" sentinel angels and reach the Celestial Kingdom at death. However, Joseph Smith nowhere identified "Celestial Masonry" as a requirement for Exaltation into the Celestial Kingdom! Indeed, he had no plans to initiate the entire Church into the rites of the Holy Order. He planned to take his Holy Order to Palestine, to await the coming of the Son of Man in 1891. More about that later.

Also in that year, 1847, Brigham Young disbanded the Holy Order; ordering them to follow him to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. Some did, but many refused; telling Young they had a divine mandate to go to the Holy Land (Palestine) to await the coming of the Son of Man in 1891. In 1860, many Holy Order members went to Palestine anyway. Some of them remained there until 1891. In 1891, some of them "saw the Face" of a Man in red robes from Persia (Iran), Who claimed to be "the Son of Man". More about that later.

After the Mormons left Nauvoo in 1847, they first camped at "Winter's Quarters" Nebraska; a place where Mormon pioneers waited for Spring to cross the Great Plains for Utah. It is now called "Omaha". There, a Mulatto (half-black and half-white) Mormon elder named "William McCary" who claimed to be a Prophet, and Peter reincarnated, and Adam reincarnated, and he told a number of white Mormon women that they were "Eve" reincarnated, and he sexually seduced a number of them; perhaps several dozen. This enraged Brigham Young, who then "banned" all black males from the priesthood and all black Mormons from Mormon Temples. This "priesthood and temple ban" endured until it was removed on June 8th, 1978.


On June 8th, 1978, Church President Spencer W. Kimball removed the "Priesthood-Ban" and black Mormons have been equal in the Church ever since. The Ban was removed for the following reasons:

*The Ban was becoming known via articles in major publications such as TIME magazine, and hurting missionary efforts in North America.

*George Romney, the former governor of Michigan, was defeated in his U.S. Presidential bid in 1968, because journalists and his political enemies knew about "The Ban" and used it to paint him as racist and anti-black.

*Missionaries and BYU athletes in the U.S. were getting death-threats because of "The Ban".

*The Church in Brazil had already "accidentally" ordained many thousands of outwardly "white" Brazilian men with "Negro" blood in them to the Priesthood, and if these men were banned, the Church in Brazil would be almost wiped-out.

*The Church was not allowed to get their missionaries visas for black African countries, where hundreds of independent Book of Mormon believing churches had grown, until "The Ban" was gone, and the Church wanted to baptize and control these "Black Mormon" congregations before things got out of control.

*The U.S. Federal Government was threatening the Church's tax-exempt status if it "continued to discriminate" against blacks. This means not-for-profit Church businesses would be taxed, and all tithing payments would also be taxed; drastically reducing the amount of money that came into the Church every year.

For "the good of the Church" President Kimball had to do something, and do it quick.

President Kimball's "official statement" was called "the 1978 Revelation" even though it was not a "Thus saith the Lord" Revelation, but simply a "statement". Also, this "Official Statement 2" did not repudiate the Curse of Cain Doctrine, which continued to be taught by BYU religious professors, Seminary Teachers, Institute instructors, and Sunday school teachers, without Church approval nor sanction, until the year 2013, when non-written "verbal" instructions went out from the Brethren to Church teachers , telling them to stop teaching the Curse of Cain Doctrine to Mormon students.


In Genesis chapter 3 we read the following:

8 And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him.
9 ¶And the Lord said unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said, I know not: Am I my brother’s keeper?
10 And he said, What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother’s blood crieth unto me from the ground.
11 And now art thou cursed from the earth, which hath opened her mouth to receive thy brother’s blood from thy hand;
12 When thou tillest the ground, it shall not henceforth yield unto thee her strength; a fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be in the earth.
13 And Cain said unto the Lord, My punishment is greater than I can bear.
14 Behold, thou hast driven me out this day from the face of the earth; and from thy face shall I be hid; and I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth; and it shall come to pass, that every one that findeth me shall slay me.
15 And the Lord said unto him, Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold. And the Lord set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him should kill him.

For killing Abel, the LORD told Cain three things:

1) He was be a "vagabond" and "fugitive" (i.e. wander the land and not have a permanent place to live)

2) The ground will not yield itself to him (i.e. farming would not work for him)

3) A 'mark' will be placed upon him, and whosoever kills him, sevenfold vengeance will come upon that killer (i.e. the 'mark' would be a protection for Cain--a warning to those who would want to kill Cain of sevenfold vengeance against them)

In the 1840s, Joseph Smith sent missionaries to England, and, there, they converted thousands of followers of a "Prophetess" named Joanna Southcott, who died in 1814. Southcott published many books of "Revelation"; in several she identified "Negroes" as "the children of Cain" and a black skin as the "mark of Cain". She said that "Negroes" rebelled in the War in Heaven, which is why they were born cursed. The English Southcottites who joined the Church, taught this "Curse of Cain Doctrine" to several Mormon apostles (Orson Hyde and Orson Pratt), whom accepted this new doctrine as truth, that "Negroes" had "the cursed Cainite blood" in their veins and should not be allowed the Priesthood, and they taught it to Brigham Young, who rejected it saying: "It's not a matter of blood. God hath made of one blood all the nations of the earth. We have one of the best Elders an African from Lowell." He was referring to Walker Lewis, a black Mormon Elder in Lowell, Massachusetts. Before 1848, blacks had full equality in the Church. However, Brigham Young's rejection of the Curse of Cain Doctrine only lasted about a year.

In late 1847 a half-black/half-white Mormon Elder named William McCary "seduced" several dozen Mormon women and girls. He claimed to be a Prophet, the reincarnation of Adam, and he told each white woman and girl he seduced that "she" was the reincarnation of Eve. The white Mormon woman and girls he told this to...believed him. He told them they had to obey God and "multiply" and to do that they had to have "carnal knowledge" in order to reverse the Fall and bring on the resurrection. So, they did! This ENRAGED Brigham Young! Soon afterwards, in 1848, Brigham Young began to teach the "Curse of Cain Doctrine"; that "Negroes" were "less valiant spirits" in the War in Heaven, so they were punished by being born into the "seed of Cain".

According to the new "Mormon" version of the Curse of Cain Doctrine, Cain was a white man like Adam was, but he killed Abel, and the Lord "cursed" him with the following curses:

*The ground would not grow crops for him or his descendants, the Cainites.

*A "mark" would be upon him, which would protect him and his descendants from murder. If anyone killed a Cainite, then seven-fold vengeance would be upon the murderer. Mormon leaders interpreted the "mark of Cain" as being a black skin, a flat nose, and kinky hair.

*Cain and his descendants would become wanderers upon the earth.

The Church taught "the Curse of Cain Doctrine" for 130 years, as "a doctrine of the Church" (Statement of the First Presidency on the Negro Question, 1949). It was never presented as "speculation" nor "personal opinion". Any older Mormon, over the age of 60 (in 2015), will tell you: "I was taught the Curse of Cain doctrine since I was born, and it was always presented to me as a doctrine of the Church. We never questioned it."


In 1930 Xorol gave a "Lecture on Kosmonic Science" in Berkeley, California, before Theosophists, who were meeting at a Masonic Lodge (the Masons rented out their hall). She prophesied:

"Mormon leaders today [1930] teach that Negroes are the children of Cain, and that Cain was a white man until God cursed him with a black skin, kinky hair, and a flat nose. No, verily, this is not the truth, the Negroes are a pre-Adamic race, and they are not the children of Adam, unless they have European or Egpyptian blood in them. The true Cainites still exist today, and are called the Sleb [Solubba], and they dwell in tents in the deserts of Arabia. They call themselves the children of Cain, and they have a mark of protection, a tribal mark, on their foreheads. The ground is cursed under them, and they do not farm. They wander from place to place, with their sheep and their goats. They work as herders and also as blacksmiths, and they work as musicians. They are not Negroes, but of the same race as Adam. The Mormon leaders also teach that Adam was the first human being on this planet. This is not so. Adam was not the first man, but the first man with a God-Breathed Soul. He was called Adapa, and lived in Eridu, in ancient Sumeria. About six thousand years ago. The Mormon leaders are wrong to ascribe to the Negro a Cainite ancestry. They [now] defend this false doctrine, but one day they will abandon it." (Lectures, p.9)

The LDS Church continued to defend the Curse of Cain Doctrine, calling it "a doctrine of the Church" numerous times, in letters signed by the entire First Presidency (such as the "Statement of the First Presidency on the Negro Question" issued in August of 1949), in General Conferences, in Stake Conferences, in Mission Conferences, and so forth. This "defense" continued until June 8th, 1978, when President Spencer W. Kimball ended the priesthood-ban policy, but without repudiating the "doctrine" which inspired the policy. Then the Church went "silent" regarding the Curse of Cain (except for Elder Bruce R. McConkie in his book Mormon Doctrine....McConkie died of cancer in 1985). From 1996 to 2013, LDS Church Public Affairs Department told Members and journalists who asked about the Curse of Cain Doctrine that the "Church never taught such a doctrine" and that "it was just some folklore a few Members may have believed in". During this period (1996-2013) LDS Public Affairs was supervised by Elder Russell Ballard, a Mormon Apostle. This "Policy of Denial" from 1996 to 2013 is thoroughly documented in the book The Mormon Church and Blacks by Matthew L. Harris (a historian), and is available at Amazon.com and can be ordered via any major bookstore (not LDS bookstores).

Then, in December 2013, the Church decided to publicly "disavow" the Curse of Cain and Less Valiant Doctrines in a "statement" on LDS.org online; thus fulfillment the 1931 prophecy of Xorol R. Oliver.

In December of 2013, the Church pubished the "Race and Priesthood" statement, under Topics, on LDS.org online. The statement was not signed. The statement said (in part):

Today, the Church disavows the theories advanced in the past that black skin is a sign of divine disfavor or curse, or that it reflects actions in a premortal life; that mixed-race marriages are a sin; or that blacks or people of any other race or ethnicity are inferior in any way to anyone else. Church leaders today unequivocally condemn all racism, past and present, in any form.

Note that the church disavows “theories” that were “advanced” that linked black skin to divine disfavor and actions in premortal life.

Funny, I don’t see the word “theory” used here:

21 And he had caused the cursing to come upon them, yea, even a sore cursing, because of their iniquity. For behold, they had hardened their hearts against him, that they had become like unto a flint; wherefore, as they were white, and exceedingly fair and delightsome, that they might not be enticing unto my people the Lord God did cause a skin of blackness to come upon them (2 Nephi 5:21).

 And the word “theory” wasn’t used in this statement on the “negro question”:

The position of the Church regarding the Negro may be understood when another doctrine of the Church is kept in mind, namely, that the conduct of spirits in the premortal existence has some determining effect upon the conditions and circumstances under which these spirits take on mortality (Statement by the First Presidency, August 17, 1949).

Joseph Fielding Smith didn’t use it here:

There were no neutrals in the war in Heaven. All took sides either with Christ or with Satan. Every man had his agency there, and men receive rewards here based upon their actions there, just as they will receive rewards hereafter for deeds done in the body. The Negro, evidently, is receiving the reward he merits (Joseph Fielding Smith, Doctrines of Salvation).

Bruce R. McConkie didn’t use the word “theory” here:

Those who were less valiant in pre-existence and who thereby had certain spiritual restrictions impose on them during mortality are known to us as the negroes. Such spirits are sent to earth through the lineage of Cain, the mark put upon him for his rebellion against God, and his murder of Able being a black skin . . . . the negroes are not equal with other races where the receipt of certain spiritual blessings are concerned. . . . (Mormon Doctrine, 1966 edition).

And so on.

This wasn’t a “cultural” issue.  This wasn’t a case of church members making up unauthorized “theories” to explain a problematic policy.  This was top-down, from-the-prophet-himself doctrine, and this doctrine is preserved (like an insect in amber) in the historical record.  The notion that black skin was a divine curse and that blacks deserved their state because of something they did (or didn’t do) before they were born shows up in official statements from the first presidency (see the quote above).  These ideas were preached as doctrine from the pulpit in church-wide conferences.  They were included in official publications and manuals.  And, most importantly, these ideas were perceived (and received) as doctrine by faithful members of the church.

Members who were led by their conscience and/or their own spiritual experiences to speak out against these doctrines and policies were accused of not “following the prophet.”  They were told they didn’t have enough faith, that they were engaged in apostasy, that they were being deceived by Satan.  They weren’t “real” Mormons.  They were ostracized, disfellowshipped and excommunicated.

This raises an interesting question.  When does doctrine become “theory”?

The last sentence of the paragraph is even more interesting: “Church leaders today unequivocally condemn all racism, past and present, in any form.”

The Church has "disavowed" the Curse of Cain Doctrine, which Church leaders taught as "a doctrine of the Church" for 130 years (1848-1978). The First Presidency did not sign this statement, but they approved it. No mention of this statement can be found in General Conference talks nor in the Ensign, nor in any Church Manuel. Why? A number of Members have written to the First Presidency asking why this Statement was not signed, and not mentioned in General Conference, nor in any Sacrament Meeting or Priesthood meeting. Their bishops are sent letters to read to them which say, basically, "Stop asking such questions!"


There are many problems with the Mormon Curse of Cain Doctrine. For example:

*Black Africans have no trouble farming. The ground is not "cursed" for them. If the ground was "cursed" for them, then black slaves would be able to grow cotton and coffee and other crops, as they did for hundreds of years, in the Americas.

*A "black skin" is not a mark of protection for black Africans, and there is no "sevenfold vengeance" upon anyone who kills a black African.

*The Curse of Cain doctrine was "racist" and making many African-Americans believe that all Mormons were "racist" and hurting the missionary effort in North America and Brazil in the 1970s.

This is why Church leaders decided to "disavow" the Curse of Cain Doctrine in 2013. They are embarrassed by it, and wish it "gone" and forgotten. So, they issued the "Race and Priesthood Statement" in December 2013. But they did so not in General Conference, nor in the ENSIGN magazine, but on LDS.org online; so they would not "upset" Mormons over 60, who were taught from birth that the Curse of Cain Doctrine was true, from God, and "as part of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as any other part." White Mormons over the age of 59, still believe in this doctrine, and still believe it is "a doctrine of the Church" and "part" of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. When you tell an active TBM (true-believing Mormon) about the "Race and Priesthood" statement on LDS.org, the usually reply you get is: "You're a LIAR...the Brethren would NEVER do that!"

But...they have!

The only older Mormons who do not believe in the Curse of Cain Doctrine are liberal or "Sunstone" Mormons; called that because of the liberal Mormon publication Sunstone magazine. They represent perhaps 5% of active Mormons. They too know that "the Curse of Cain Doctrine" was a doctrine of the Church for 130 years. Yet, they are elated over the "Race and Priesthood" statement, and wish The Brethren would announce it in General Conference, or publish it in the ENSIGN magazine. But, of course, The Brethren have no intention of doing that. If they did that, many older Mormons would lose faith in them, and many would leave the Church.

Note: Many younger Mormons have never heard of "The Curse of Cain Doctrine". They are often told, "It was never a doctrine of the Church". That is a lie! The Curse of Cain Doctrine was "a doctrine of the Church" from 1848 until it was officially repudiated in December, 2013. It is called "a doctrine of the Church" several times in "The First Presidency Statement on the Negro Question" which was issued, and signed, by the First Presidency in 1949. Those Members of the Church who say "It was never a doctrine" are either lying (and some do), or repeating a lie thinking the lie is the truth.


According to Xorol R. Oliver, the first time Adam lived on this planet, he lived in Sumeria, and was called by the Sumerians Adapa which, in Sumerian, means "Wise Man". Later, the Akkadians conquered Sumeria, and learned of the story of Adapa, but they changed his name to Adamu, which, in Akkadian, means "soil"; because the Sumerians believed that Adapa came from the soil. We believe that Adapa came to this planet as an Angel, but He ate material fruit, which caused the spirit in His veins to turn to blood, and He became mortal. Adapa (Adamu) was not the first human being, but He was the first of a "new race" of men called the Adamites. He was the first human being on this planet with a God-breathed Soul.

According to Xorol, Adam was born of Venus, billions of years ago, when the Sun was smaller and weaker, and Venus had oceans and life and people! Science has only recently come to the conclusion that the Sun used to be smaller, and that Venus once had oceans, and possible life. Google: "Venus once had oceans".

The Adamites divided into three tribes: the Cainites, the Abelites, and the Sethites. The Cainites still exist today, and wander about Iraq, Syrian, and Saudi Arabia, as travelling musicians and blacksmiths. The Bedouins call them the "Solubba" which means "Marked Ones". They call themselves the "Qayin" (Arabic: "Cain") and they have a tribal mark (an "X") on their foreheads, if a stranger kills a Qayin, then seven Qayin will avenge his death.

Seven Qayin (i.e. Sleb or "Solubba") men and one Qayin woman (c. 1920)

In Hebrew and Arabic Bibles, the name for Cain is "Qayin".

The Qayin do not farm, because nothing grows for them. They "wander". They raise goats and work in metal. The Qayin are not black. They are not Africans. They speak their own dialect of Arabic, although, genetically, they are close in DNA to the Rom people (i.e. Gypsies). The Rom (Gypsies) do not farm. They are musicians, palm-readers, fortune-tellers, and just about all white Europeans believe they are thieves by nature. The Rom "wander" and do not generally settle in one place. The Rom are not black Africans, but are related genetically to people along the Indus Valley of Pakistan. Some scholars think that the Sumerians were from the Indus Valley. It is quite possible that Lillith/Lillitu, the wife of Adapa/Adamu, was of a race originally from the Indus Valley.

The story of Cain and Abel is not literal. It too is a parable about the Qayin tribe and their war with the Abel tribe; another Adamic tribe. The Abelites still exist today, and call themselves the Mandaeans. Their founder was Hibil (Abel) Ziwa; a man who lived thousands of years ago. It is assumed that Abel was killed before he had children, but that is not true. There are about 100,000 Abelites (Mandaeans) in the world today, and they have 24 priests called "Nazari". About 4,000 Mandaeans live in North America.

Now you know the truth about the Curse of Cain. It never was about black Africans, but a tribe of Arabs-speaking people called the Sleb, or "Solubba", who still exist to this day in Arabia. They call themselves the "Qayin" (Arabic: "Cain"). Genetically they are related to the ancient Sumerians, who were not Semitic/Arab, but are related to people who live in the Indus Valley of Pakistan.

Some reading this are "Sunstone" Mormons, or atheists or agnostics, who think that Cain was just a "myth" and that the "Curse of Cain" in Genesis Chapter One is also a "myth". You're wrong! The Qayin tribe really exists to this day, and have for thousands of years. And they would be the first to admit that nothing grows for them (ground cursed), they are wanderers, and they have a tribal "mark of protection" on their foreheads, if a man kills a Qayin, then seven Qayin go after that man to avenge the death of their fellow Qayin. The Curse of Cain is not a "myth" but very real.

In Arabic "Qayin" means "Cain". And they are not, nor have they ever been, black Africans.

The Brethren were wrong for 130 years!

The Seeress Xorol R. Oliver was right!

This article will show that Xorol was "right" about a lot of things, such as the 6th Incarnation of the WORD of God appearing in Salt Lake City in late September, 1912. We're going to reveal Who He was to you in this article.

Questions for the Reader

1) Was does the Slain Lamb of God with seven horns and seven eyes mean?

2) Why did the Church disavow Brigham Young's Adam-God Doctrine?

3) Did Joseph Smith call reincarnation "doctrines of the Devil" or was he referring to the unique "doctrines" of Robert Matthews (a.k.a. Robert Matthias and Joshua the Jewish Minister)?

4) The Restoration was foreseen by the Prophet Joel (2:28) then why does the Church teach that the Restoration limited to "male" prophets/seers only?

5) Was the Curse of Cain Doctrine a Revelation from the Lord to Joseph Smith, or did it come from "revelations" of Joanna Southcott?

6) Why did the Church end the Priesthood-ban on June 8th of 1978?

7) Why did the Church "disavow" the Curse of Cain doctrine, calling it "speculation" and "personal opinion" in the "Race and Priesthood" Statement found on LDS.org online? Why didn't the First Presidency sign that statement, or announce it in General Conference or in the Ensign?

8) Does the Curse of Cain refer to "Negroes" (as Mormon leaders taught as a doctrine of the Church for 150 years) or to the Solubba; a wandering tribe, related to the Gypsies, in Saudi Arabia and Syria who have a "mark" of protection on their forehead, who do not farm, and call themselves the "Qayin" (Arabic: "Cain")?

9) Who was "right"? Mormon "prophets" who don't' prophesy, or the prophetess Xorol R. Oliver?

10) If a Mormon president or apostles say "This is the way it is!" is his statement eternally true, or can his statement, even in General Conference, be called "just his own personal opinion" by later Mormon leaders? As is the case with the Curse of Cain Doctrine? (once "doctrine" but now "folklore")

In Part II Xorol R. Oliver reveals the TRUTH about the story of Adam and Eve.

More to come...

Part 2 of 9

The Mormon Prophetess

Part I: The Prophetess and the Curse of Cain:
Part II: The True Story of Adam and Eve
Part III: The Book of Mormon as Prophetic Parable
Part IV: Moroni~the Rosicrucian Monk
Part V: The Prophecy of Lyman Wight
Part VI: As A Man Like Ourselves
Part VII: The King in the Red Robe
Part VIII: The Fall of Joseph Smith
Part IX: The Coming of the Father and the Son

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