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“Abandon all hope ye who enter here, for it is here that the curtain is to be drawn!” said the Prophet in the opening lines of the Book of Revelations, as the Prophet Elijah appeared to Abraham.
This is the opening scene of ‘Abiton the Great’.
The Prophet Elijah and the Prophet Jacob appeared to Adam and Eve on the day of the Flood in Genesis 6:12.
The Prophet Joseph Smith and the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints appeared on the second day of Genesis 6 to speak to Adam.
The Holy Ghost appeared to Jacob and Joseph on the third day of their visit.
The Prophet Isaiah appeared to Moses on the fifth day of his visit.
The prophets were also the only two to be given visions by the Holy Ghost.
The Book of Mormon, translated by Nephi and translated by Daniel, contains these same prophetic visions.
The First Presidency and the Council of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church are known as “The First Vision Society” for their efforts to preserve the prophetic traditions of the Prophet Joseph and his companions.
In the book “The Doctrine and Covenants,” the Book that is written by Joseph Smith, Joseph’s seer stone, is said to have been “a stone of the Holy One of Israel.”
The Book also contained revelations from God to Joseph about the Great Flood, as well as the Great Stairway of Zion.
The prophet Joseph and the Twelve apostles also received revelations from the Lord concerning the Great Seal of the United States and the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The prophet Joseph was also the first to reveal the location of the great rock on the eastern side of the Great Salt Lake Valley, where Joseph saw the great dome of the Temple built, a stone by the side of which stood the temple.
The location of this stone is not included in the book of Mormon because it was not discovered until after Joseph’s death.
Joseph’s father, Joseph Smith Sr., had died while attempting to make a discovery.
In addition to the book and the stones, Joseph also wrote the following prophecies, which were translated by the Prophet John the Baptist into the book that was published by the Church in 1830.
Joseph Smith and his associates saw the Great Stone of the Lord, the Great Temple, the great stone in the desert, and the great Ark in the hill country; they saw a great pillar of light, which is the veil of the heavens, and they saw an angel of the Spirit standing in the center of the temple, which I will describe to you.
Joseph Smith also saw that the Father, the Son, and Holy Ghost dwelt among them.
Then Joseph saw an archangel, sitting upon a rock in the midst of the light, and he saw two angels and two Nephilim standing at the entrance of the tent.
Joseph said unto them, These two angels are the angels of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit; these are the three who have appeared in the glory of the Son.
And he saw the three living stones in the great ark, which was also in the valley of the shadow of death.
And I saw a golden lamp, and I saw the Lamb of God coming down from heaven; and he was as the sun and as the moon, and as a great white dragon; and the fire of his mouth shone, and his voice was like the thunder of heaven, and on his two horns were seven heads and seven crowns, and upon his feet were ten crowns.
And I saw two Nephils who were in the ark of the living.
And the Lamb was taken up into heaven, as a man carried up a burden, and ascended into the heavens.
And his Father, his Son, his Holy Ghost, and all things that are in heaven and on earth, shall come forth, as also the Holy Priesthood of Jesus.
And the Father sent me an angel, saying, Behold, I send thee a man; thou hast seen my face; he is called the Son of God.
And behold, I sent him before thee, saying: Behold my face!
and he beheld my face and said unto me, Be thou prepared, and be thou prepared.
And he said unto him, Be ready, O man, to do all things whatsoever I shall command thee; and whatsoever I will thou shalt do.
And now, behold, he is come down, and hath put on the armor of the glory, and is like the Lamb; and his two heads are seven, and threescore and ten; and on the top of his head is threepence.
And lo, I say unto thee, thou art prepared, for whatsoever I command thee shall be done; and whosoever will come after me shall be saved.
And it came to pass that the angel of my Father came to me, and said, Be not dismayed