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August 31, 2022

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UTAH UNHAPPINESS: Utah has the highest rate of mental illness in the U.S.

I warned ya!

And there aren’t any “but anyways” about it!

Sigh …

An article posted May 30, 2022, on ABC4 Utah is titled: “𝗨𝘁𝗮𝗵 𝗵𝗮𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗵𝗶𝗴𝗵𝗲𝘀𝘁 𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗮𝗹 𝗵𝗲𝗮𝗹𝘁𝗵 𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗻𝗲𝘀𝘀 𝗶𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗨.𝗦.”

I pulled an old journal post from the archives warning of just this thing!

From March 24, 2012:

“Within the next decade, all those little girls and boys that have grown up knowing about your City Creek Center mall, from the ages of ten to fifteen — the age bracket from 10 to 15, of all the young people in your church — are going to have more problems with drugs, suicides, depression, and needing drugs and anti-depressants, than you have ever seen in your life. That age group will become the greatest users of anti-depressant drugs. Because, as those girls and those boys contemplate: “Oh, Look how wonderful God thinks we are? (We ARE his Saturday’s Warriors!) Look at the things God has done for us by providing us with Tiffany’s, with this wonderful City Creek Mall! Oh look what He’s done for us!” You’re going to screw up their minds. But you already have and now you can’t stop it! But … you mark my words … wait just one decade. And you watch what happens to that group of kids.”

— Christopher

Here is the warning it in its entirety:

(Beginning of post.)

City Creek Mall … REALLY???

Posted on March 24, 2012, by Christopher

It will be known throughout the world as the Mormon Mall.

Now, I realize that there are some who follow my Daily Journal who couldn’t care less about the Mormons and what they do, nor do these appreciate my use of Mormon scripture (i.e., the Book of Mormon) to get across some of the points I want to make. So bear with me please … those of you who are tired of the religious references, the use of dogma, and scripture.

But there are things that are extremely important to understand about this Marvelous Work and a Wonder®:

Mormonism (its foundation of establishment [the Book of Mormon] as well as the vehicle for its perpetuity [the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]) is one of the … no … THE … most important part of this game of life (our mortality) being experienced by our group of humans.

An understanding of its importance gives reason and clarity as to why a true messenger needed to be born and raised in a Mormon culture. It gives evidence as to why the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® needs to exist in the first place.

Let’s think about it from a hypothetical, but an intelligent and analytical viewpoint, of one who lives in this world but has nothing to do with Mormonism. I write “hypothetical,” because this entire world is influenced by some aspect of Mormonism. And, if Mitt Romney, somehow, some way (God help us all) is elected President of the most powerful nation, both militarily and economically, in the world, then everything about his religion has the ability to affect some aspect of the world.

Nevertheless, broken down into its basic belief components, Mormonism is shared by most of the people in the world. These belief components affect all of us every day. They threaten our individual security and liberty and determine the laws that force our free will.

Before I explain these belief components, I need to explain why I have named them “components.”

These beliefs are a part or element of the game of life. A definition of “component,” consistent with those who invented the word and use it in their so-called intellectual studies, would be each of two or more forces, velocities, or other vectors acting in different directions that are together equivalent to a given vector.

The “vector” here is the human ego and its deep-seated, intrinsic need to bring value to itself. The forces that influence the construct of the vector are the judgment that each person makes between good and evil—”good” being that which directly supports or adds to the value of the individual; and “evil” being that which weakens or takes away from this personal value.

None of these elements existed in the game when we first started to play it. The moment humans were introduced into mortality, none of these components were a real part of anyone’s cognitive paradigms. Just as little children do not know the difference between that which adds to their self-value and that which takes away from this value, human beings were first placed inside the game of life without any judgments or standardized values defining their self-worth. However, because of how the game is set up and allowed to be played, the players were given the power within the parameters of the game to introduce components that served their free will and protected their self interests.

The component that the world recognizes, and to which we ascribe evil (i.e., Lucifer, the devil, Satan, Abbadon, Beelzebub, lbilis, and a bunch of other names, depending on the culture where the word is used) was born into human consciousness and experienced the very moment the players of the game of life began to realize that human beings do things that devalue and diminish their own self-worth and also that of other human beings.

The only way to protect self-worth and self-value, when we think or do something that hurts another person or takes away from our own self-worth and value, is to ascribe the action (thought or deed) to someone, or something, other than ourselves. This is the natural effect of the instilled and instinctual feeling that we are the greatest life form in the Universe.

How can the greatest life form that exists be evil?

Thus, the component of evil was incorporated into our mortal life.

The component of good was born the same way.

Again, each is a force and velocity acting together to protect our individual worth. If, by the influence or cause of someone other than ourselves, we do evil, then we cannot accept that those who do good are better than us when they demonstrate their free will with actions that we believe are good.

There must be something that will allow us to be as equally good, when we do evil things, as those whom we perceive do good. To protect the self-worth of the sinner (those who do evil), we introduced a component of good (i.e., God, the Lord, Christ, Allah, Buddah, the Great Spirit, our Higher Self, whatever).

So, we began the battle within the game of life that causes all of our problems. The battle is all about good and evil—not a judgment and perception of good and evil that is actually real, but one invented by us while existing in mortality AS WE LIVE AND CONSTANTLY DO ALL WE CAN … day in and day out … TO PROTECT OUR SELF-WORTH, not only from others, but from ourselves.

But, you see:

God and the devil are perfect scapegoats for us to utilize mentally and to justify and protect our self-worth. The devil causes us to do evil things, and then God redeems us from the guilt that we feel for doing these things. God’s redemption is good, because it satisfies the demands of our deep-seated and intrinsic need to be of worth to ourselves and others.

Okay, back to Mormonism.
This unique culture allows ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL components to exist in the game of life to teach the rest of us about the great forces, velocities, or other vectors acting in different directions that are together equivalent to our self-worth. This culture provides a necessary platform within the game of mortality that will provide certain players the opportunity to understand their true humanity and accept the restrictions placed upon their eternal human free will.

Let me digress for just a moment:

Joseph Smith symbolically presented the different restrictions and limitations that are associated with each different human ego (i.e., humanity type). Although generalized into three categories (called Telestial, Terrestrial, and Celestial), the basic premise of each covers a wide spectrum of human free will.

At one time, before 1990, the LDS Temple endowment included various penalties associated with each humanity type. However, logically, there were no penalties ascribed to a Celestial state, that state being the one in which the servants of all humanity reside.

To serve other humans, those who do so need all of the powers and knowledge associated with service to humans, thus there are no restrictions or limitations that apply to them. But, of course, Sigh … 😊, the Mormons and their leaders didn’t have a clue what Joseph was trying to teach them, so they took out of the presentation of the endowment all of the penalties—every single one.

And that’s okay. Why?

Because anyone who lasts throughout the game of life as a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or any of the subcultures that have resulted from or will result from this culture, will actually suffer all of the penalties that they did not receive when their leaders took them out of their most sacred ordinance.

That’s right!

If your common sense, your ego, your self-worth, and pride are supported and justified by the components of belief associated with Mormonism, and you find personal self-worth and happiness therein, you definitely need limitations and restrictions placed on your free will.

Look at how your religion makes everyone else feel?

This is the great purpose of the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.

This work exists to give the people of the Mormon culture an opportunity to have the real truth presented as a contrast to what has been invented in the game within the Mormon culture. If this work did not exist the way that it does, then every single human who is placed in the game within the platform of Mormonism would have a reasonable and valid excuse that they never had a fair chance to test their humanity type (their self-worth, ego) properly.

And guess what?

Those who are born into the Mormon culture chose to test their free will by being placed in this peculiar and unique mortal experience.

As an advanced human being who understood the game of mortality and why it was a necessary part of our eternal development, some had convinced themselves that the limitations and restrictions placed upon their chosen humanity type were unjustified and unnecessary.

They (I’m going to call them Saturday’s Warriors [SW] from now on to distinguish them from the rest of us) actually believed that, by entering the game and being placed in a component of the game where they could be tested, they had a chance of proving the futility of the restrictions and limitations placed on free will that have existed forever.

Absurd as it might seem to the rest of us, why not give SW a chance?

And, for the rest of us, why demean or take away SW’s chance?

Why not understand the game and the components of the platform where SW needs to be?

Why not sit back and watch SW fail? 😊

If I weren’t chosen as the true messenger and placed specifically in the Mormon platform in order to give these special players the contrast and choice that they desired, I would sit back with a big smile on my face and watch these people prove to themselves that the eternal laws, restrictions, limitations, and the government that controls these things are indeed perfect!

God, how I wish someone else had my role and that I could enjoy the ride!

Sigh … 😊

But anyways,

Let me explain, now, how a large portion of the world is just as Mormon as the Mormons themselves:

Mormonism is the very first authentic and successful Christian-based religion formed within the newly created laws of the religiously free United States of America. Its foundation is the Book of Mormon (BOM).

The BOM is an offshoot of the Bible. A sincere reading of the BOM convinces the reader that it is a product of biblical thinking. Whether one wants to believe that Joseph made it up himself or not, all BOM components are associated with biblical belief.

I can assure you that Joseph did not make it up; but advanced humans did. They made it up based on the components of belief that were already invented, accepted, and incorporated into the game of life by its players. These advanced “game masters” were instrumental in helping develop the proper platform of Mormonism that would serve the purposes of helping SW learn what SW needed to learn.

Let’s start further back, in chronological order:

The Jewish culture, convinced of its superiority and blessed state as the “chosen people of God,” became a powerful nation that subjected many other cultures to its components of belief.

From that culture came the Christians.

From the Christian/Judeo culture came the Islamic culture.

And, because of the Christians, Jews, and Muslims, our world is in a constant state of insecurity, war, and inequality.

So, why not allow SW to have a chance of changing the conditions of the world, by giving SW more power and control in the game?

If we give SW the chance to use their platform to change our world, and they fail, which, of course, they will, then we also need to give them an alternative to their belief components so that they have something from which to choose. You know … there has to be both good and evil fruit growing on the Tree of Knowledge.

So, guess how SW views me and the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®? Yep, as the evil fruit. That’s right! I’m Lucifer’s true messenger sent to test them and their resolve to remain true to their platform and the components of self-worth that support their egos. Acting in Lucifer’s stead, I offer them the “fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” and tell them to eat, for it is delicious to the taste and will make them wise. I begin to tell them that God has lied to them (that this life is only a game created by God to allow us to test our free will). I explain to them that they will not die or be punished if they eat of the fruit, but will become like the Gods, because that’s exactly how the Gods got their knowledge.

Yep, I explain to them … and I am right .. and am the only one telling the truth … that GOD IS THE ONE WHO LIED TO THEM in the beginning about the purpose of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.

But now, SW doesn’t want to listen to whom they believe is Lucifer and his messenger.

But wait a goshdarn minute here!

Eve listened to Lucifer and made the choice to partake of the fruit!

Did she make the wrong decision or the right decision to listen to Lucifer’s advice?

She made the right decision. And, if it wasn’t for Lucifer, Adam and Eve wouldn’t know squat! 😊

Oh, what a story!

I just love playing the role of Lucifer. 😊

Now, after all that:

Let’s go back to the City Creek Mall and quoting Mormon scripture to explain the obvious hypocrisy of the Mormon people and their leaders.

And, for those of you who don’t like that I quote any scripture … well, piss off! You’re just as arrogant as SW.

Below is a direct quote from the Book of Mormon taken from Mormon, chapter 8. Moroni, the son of Mormon, talking about those who counsel him, explains the condition of the people during his time. This passage sets proper protocol for how a true messenger is counseled and “ministered unto”:

[10] And there are none that do know the true God save it be the disciples of Jesus [now known as the Real Illuminati®], who did tarry in the land until the wickedness of the people was so great that the Lord would not suffer them to remain with the people; and whether they be upon the face of the land no man knoweth.[11] But behold, my father and I have seen them, and they have ministered unto us.

[12] And whoso receiveth this record, and shall not condemn it because of the imperfections which are in it, the same shall know of greater things than these. Behold, I am Moroni; and were it possible, I would make all things known unto you.

It was never possible for the authors of the Book of Mormon, using Moroni’s character, to “make all things known unto you,” unless the people who receive the Book of Mormon accept it for what it really is.

But you will soon see, from the passages below, that the Mormon people don’t give a rat’s ass what Moroni has to say. They actually think that he is talking about people other than themselves.


And the only ones on the earth who “receiveth this record” are the Mormons.

Go figure!

It wasn’t possible for Moroni to make all things known unto you, but it’s my mandate.

So, let’s go on:

[22] For the eternal purposes of the Lord shall roll on, until all his promises shall be fulfilled.

[23] Search the prophecies of Isaiah. Behold, I cannot write them.

It wasn’t for Moroni to explain the prophecies of Isaiah. I’m the only one on this earth (in this game) who can properly explain all of the prophecies of Isaiah. There is no other man who can do so. It is part of the provided empirical evidence of my role and this work.

This evidence is saved for the last, even after the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® officially begins in June of this year.

So, enemies and critics:

You are being given a chance, before I complete the book, The Light of the Moon, to make your best effort to find your smartest people and try your hand at putting the plain and precious things back into the words of Isaiah and explaining them to the people. Take your best shot. This is your chance to show that this MWAW is not what it claims to be. Because, if you can find someone who can do it better than I, you will prove that the claims of this work are not what they are.

Be wise, blind ones. Because, if you make an attempt and I publish the Real Truth®, and your attempt is compared with the Real Truth®, not only will you lose personal value, but you will add to the empirical evidence of the claims of this work.

But again, Sigh … 😊 , give it your best shot! And when you fail, I will pull out a sword … yeppers … it will come out of my mouth and from my pen … a sharp two-edged sword that will cut you asunder … or you’ll simply shake and tremble with nervousness as you present your wares. 😊

Now let’s go on:


[28] Yea, it shall come in a day when the power of God shall be denied, and churches become defiled and be lifted up in the pride of their hearts; yea, even in a day when leaders of churches and teachers shall rise in the pride of their hearts, even to the envying of them who belong to their churches.

There is no other religion on this earth where the members of a church “envy” the “leaders of churches and teachers” more than the Mormon people. And, if you don’t think that the LDS leaders and teachers have “pride of their hearts,” then you don’t understand their claim to ultimate priesthood authority (theirs is the only valid authority upon earth) and that their church is the “only true and living church of God.”

Mormon priesthood leaders “deny the power of God” in that they believe that God has given them His power! You deny someone power when you take it upon yourself [and don’t let them have it].

Another Book of Mormon scripture explains and condemns this exclusively LDS/Mormon theology better. Nephi, speaking about future generations when the record will come forth among the inhabitants of the earth, writes:

2 Nephi, chapter 28

[5] And they deny the power of God, the Holy One of Israel; and they say unto the people: Hearken unto us, and hear ye our precept; for behold there is no God today, for the Lord and the Redeemer hath done his work, and he hath given his power unto men;

[6] Behold, hearken ye unto my precept; if they shall say there is a miracle wrought by the hand of the Lord, believe it not; for this day he is not a God of miracles; he hath done his work.

The Mormon people are taught that all power and authority lie in the leadership of their church and their individual priesthood authority. Since the days of Joseph Smith, the LDS/Mormon leadership has never claimed to have received a miraculous visitation from an actual “angel.”

Can one imagine the public image that the Mormon prophet, Thomas S. Monson, would create if he came out and said that an “angel of the Lord appeared to me last night and told me to …”

… oh yea,

… build a billion dollar mega mall.


Unlike any other church upon Earth, the Mormons believe with all of their hearts that “the Lord and the Redeemer hath done his work, and he hath given his power unto men.”
Let’s go on with Moroni’s prophecy:

[29] Yea, it shall come in a day when there shall be heard of fires, and tempests, and vapors of smoke in foreign lands;

[30] And there shall also be heard of wars, rumors of wars, and earthquakes in divers places.

[31] Yea, it shall come in a day when there shall be great pollutions upon the face of the earth; there shall be murders, and robbing, and lying, and deceivings, and whoredoms, and all manner of abominations; when there shall be many who will say, Do this, or do that, and it mattereth not, for the Lord will uphold such at the last day. But wo unto such for they are in the gall of bitterness and in the bonds of iniquity.

[32] Yea, it shall come in a day when there shall be churches built up that shall say: Come unto me, and for your money you shall be forgiven of your sins.

[33] O ye wicked and perverse and stiffnecked people, why have ye built up churches unto yourselves to get gain? Why have ye transfigured the holy word of God, that ye might bring damnation upon your souls? Behold, look ye unto the revelations of God; for behold, the time cometh at that day when all these things must be fulfilled.

Paying a full tithe to the LDS Church is one of the most important aspects of righteousness and faithfulness to the Church. If one does not pay a full tithe, that one cannot go to the LDS temple and receive the Church’s highest ordinances of salvation. And if one doesn’t think that the LDS Church profits from its land holdings, its churches, its publications, its media, and now its mega mall, that one doesn’t think. [NOTE: At the time of this publication {2012}, it had not yet been revealed how much the LDS Church was worth.] [34] Behold, the Lord hath shown unto me great and marvelous things concerning that which must shortly come, at that day when these things shall come forth among you.

Yep, it was Moroni himself who mandated that this work be called the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.

[35] Behold, I speak unto you as if ye were present, and yet ye are not. But behold, Jesus Christ hath shown you unto me, and I know your doing.

[36] And I know that ye do walk in the pride of your hearts; and there are none save a few only who do not lift themselves up in the pride of their hearts, unto the wearing of very fine apparel, unto envying, and strifes, and malice, and persecutions, and all manner of iniquities; and your churches, yea, even every one, have become polluted because of the pride of your hearts.

How can the LDS/Mormon people, who dress in very fine apparel at least once a week to attend church, who envy each other, have continual strifes among them caused by the gossip of “ward gossip,” whose membership, per capita, takes more anti-depressants than any other group of people on earth, not believe that they are the “ye” of whom Moroni writes?[37] For behold, ye do love money, and your substance, and your fine apparel, and the adorning of your churches, more than ye love the poor and the needy, the sick and the afflicted.

[38] O ye pollutions, ye hypocrites, ye teachers, who sell yourselves for that which will canker, why have ye polluted the holy church of God? Why are ye ashamed to take upon you the name of Christ? Why do ye not think that greater is the value of an endless happiness than that misery which never dies —because of the praise of the world?

[39] Why do ye adorn yourselves with that which hath no life, and yet suffer the hungry, and the needy, and the naked, and the sick and the afflicted to pass by you, and notice them not?

Come on, now. Think! Come on folks! For crying out loud! (Shut up Kristin) 😊,

You show me anything that “hath life” that is sold at Tiffany’s, Nordstroms, or any of the other shops in your Mormon Mega Mall. But then honestly explain what would happen to a group of beggars who are hungry, needy, naked, and obviously sick and afflicted who come down to your mall to beg?

Of you fools who say, “Oh, we help the poor. We have a wonderful welfare system!”

Have any of you tried to get help from the LDS Church’s welfare system? Go ahead! Try!

Of course, if you’re a faithful Mormon, you’re going to get helped … sort of. But Mormons aren’t usually the ones who are hungry, and needy, and naked, and sick and afflicted. Of course you’re not! Because YOU’RE BLESSED BY THE LORD!

No, you’re not!

You’re blessed by the secret combinations made with your politicians and the free market system that support your lifestyle and exploit the hungry, and the needy, and the naked, and the sick, and the afflicted.

Is there an LDS-sponsored soup kitchen in Salt Lake City that feeds the hungry? There’s one sponsored by the Salvation Army. There are other groups who have set up soup kitchens. Does the LDS Church sponsor a soup kitchen at City Creek Mall?

Oh yeah! If your Christ were alive and living among you, he would definitely have his bodyguard protect him while shopping at his grand City Creek Mall. He would not notice the LITERALLY MILLIONS OF POVERTY-STRICKEN PEOPLE IN OTHER COUNTRIES WHO ARE PROVIDING THE MATERIALS AND THE GOODS THAT HE SELLS IN HIS GODFORSAKEN MALL FOR A PROPHET, oops, Freudian slip, I meant … PROFIT! :-)

Do any of you understand and know anything about the living conditions of those who produce the greatest majority of the products that the City Creek Mall sells, and by which your church, you know the ONLY true church of God on earth, profits?
You “notice them not” because they live in a completely different country, you blind and deaf fools!

[40] Yea, why do ye build up your secret abominations to get gain, and cause that widows should mourn before the Lord, and also orphans to mourn before the Lord, and also the blood of their fathers and their husbands to cry unto the Lord from the ground, for vengeance upon your heads?

You folks haven’t a clue what a “secret combination” is, have you?

The LDS Church “build[s] up secret abominations to get gain” unlike any other religion. But because the “gain” is to benefit its church, the LDS people do not see their “secret” acts as “abominations.”

One of the greatest “secret abominations” that is set up among the LDS people is … oh boy … here it goes … the family unit.

Who knows what goes on in each family unit?

It’s all a secret.

Who knows what the father does to take care of his family?

How many people other than himself and his family does he hurt as he “builds up” something to get gain and benefit his own family?

[41] Behold, the sword of vengeance hangeth over you; and the time soon cometh that he avengeth the blood of the saints upon you, for he will not suffer their cries any longer.


Let me spell out for you what the “sword of vengeance [that] hangeth over” is going to do:

Within the next decade, all those little girls and boys who have grown up knowing about your [City Creek Center] Mall, from the ages of ten to fifteen —the age bracket from 10 to 15, of all the young people in your church — are going to have more problems with suicides, depression, and needing drugs and anti-depressants than you have ever seen in your life.

That age group will become the greatest users of anti-depressant drugs.

Those girls and those boys contemplate:

“Oh, look how wonderful God thinks we are? (We ARE his Saturday’s Warriors!) Look at the things God has done for us by providing us with Tiffany’s, with this wonderful City Creek Mall! Oh look what He’s done for us!”

You’re going to screw up their minds. But you already have and now you can’t stop it! But … you mark my words … wait just one decade. And you watch what happens to that group of kids.

So, now we see the great and important purpose of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the important component that Mormonism allows us as we all play the game of life.

Just remember one thing, for the sake of your happiness:

It is NOT your job to judge or ridicule the Mormons for doing what they were meant to do—to be tested and tried within the parameters of a part of the game that was intended by those who control the game.

It’s my job!

Let me do it.

And the rest of you sit back, smile, and observe all the wonderful lessons our dear siblings are learning.


Damn, that post went on and on and on.

(End of post.)

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