Regarding Women’s Rights, Ann Romney’s Salvation Depends On Her Husband
As a Mormon God, Mitt believes that he will be given his very own planet-kingdom in which to call his wife, Ann, into by her secret name, given only to Mitt in the secret Mormon temple ceremony.
If Mitt does not call Ann into his kingdom, she will be placed in one of the lower Mormon “kingdoms of glory”, which puts Mitt in charge of Ann’s literal Mormon salvation and eternal life destination.
1. No woman will get into the celestial kingdom, except her husband receives her, if she is worthy to have a husband; and if not, somebody will receive her as a servant” (Journal of Discourses, vol. 5, p 291)
2. How the LDS Husband Hopes to Resurrect His Wife According to the LDS Temple Ceremony, By Sandra Tanner LDS Apostle Erastus Snow preached the following on Sunday, Oct. 4, 1857: Do the women, when they pray, remember their husbands?… Do you uphold your husband before God as your lord? “What!—my husband to be my lord?”
I ask, Can you get into the celestial kingdom without him? Have any of you been there? You will remember that you never got into the celestial kingdom [during the temple ceremony] without the aid of your husband.
If you did, it was because your husband was away, and someone had to act proxy for him. No woman will get into the celestial kingdom, except her husband receives her, if she is worthy to have a husband; and if not, somebody will receive her as a servant. (Journal of Discourses, vol. 5, p. 291) http://www.utlm.org/onlineresources/resurrectwife.htm
Please keep in mind that with the event of the internet coming forth, these and most of the weird Mormon Doctrines have been sanitized and covered. However, this does not change the facts.
And make no mistake, Mitt and Ann are completely devout in their false religion of Mormonism. Yet the American Public accepts this man as being of sound judgment?
Note: All of this information is completely verifiable in Mormon Doctrine.
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