Thursday, July 20, 2017

Lost Mormonism: magic dagger, magic parchments, magic talisman and seer stones

 An artist’s rendition of the white seer stone.
Image copyright 2016, Deseret Book.

The above "white seer stone" was pictured on the front cover of the book I wrote about in my last post. Some recent online research has brought to my attention a website that has published images and brief introductions of other "seer stones" used by Joseph Smith, his relatives and close associates. The site also includes images and brief introductions concerning a number of other occultic items owned and utilized by the same aforementioned folk, which include a magic dagger, magic parchments, and a magic talisman: link to LOST MORMONISM.

Listed below are direct links to the above mentioned occultic items:

The "Tags" section on the right side-bar of the site has many other related topics on early Mormonism—topics that I suspect many folk will find to be quite disturbing.

Grace and peace,



theruteger said...

Some LDS apologists say some of the talismans, I know for example the Jupiter, are not occultic but masonic (which is not that much better)

David Waltz said...

Hi theruteger,

Thanks much for taking the time to comment. From my readings of Masonry (Manly P. Hall, Albert Mackey, Albert Pike, etc.) I would say that good deal of Masonry is occultic. As such, to argue that something is not occultic but Masonic is an exercise in futility.

Grace and peace,