Heavenly Incest believed by older generations of LDS men

Most of you former Mormon women probably don't  know that your fathers and grandfathers believed that not only would they have sex with other women in the Celestial Kingdom, they would also be having sex with their most beautiful spirit-daughters, to produce Saviors for the fallen worlds, which fall after they are created (like this one did). I BET they never told you that. I asked many men if they believed that, and most who were older than me said they did. MOST MORMON MEN UNDER 50 today WOULD believe that too if they were taught it, but the Church has not openly taught this since 1972. Most Mormon men over 55 still believe this. Some under 55 also believe it, if they were taught it, but most have not been taught it.

I consider the Doctrine of Heavenly Incest to be UTTER BLASPHEMY, the most SICK, PERVERTED anti-christ doctrine ever conceived of by man.


Prophet Brigham Young (1801 - 1877):

“While brother Joseph was referring to the provinces of God, I was led to reflect that there is no act, no principle, no power belonging to the Deity that is purely philosophical. The birth of the Saviour was as natural as are the births of our children; it was the result of natural action.  He partook of flesh and blood – was begotten of his Father, as we were of our fathers.”

-    Prophet Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, v. 8, p. 115

“... I believe the Father came down from heaven, as the apostles said he did, and begat the Saviour of the world; for he is the ONLY-begotten of the Father, which could not be if the Father did not actually beget him in person.... I believe the Father came down in His tabernacle and begat Jesus Christ.”

-    Prophet Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, v. 1, p. 238


Apostle Heber C. Kimball (1802 - 1868):


“... In relation to the way in which I look upon the works of God and his creatures, I will say that I was naturally begotten; so was my father, and also my Saviour Jesus Christ.  According to the Scriptures, he is the first begotten of his father in the flesh, and there was noting unnatural about it.”

-    Apostle Heber C. Kimball, Journal of Discourses, v. 8, p. 211


Apostle Orson Pratt (1811 - 1881):


“God, the Father of our spirits, became the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ according to the flesh.... The fleshy body of Jesus required a Mother as well as a Father.  Therefore, the Father and Mother of Jesus, according to the flesh, must have been associated together in the capacity of Husband and Wife; hence the Virgin Mary must have, for the time being, the lawful wife of God the Father.... He had a lawful right to overshadow the Virgin Mary in the capacity of a husband, and beget a Son, although she was espoused to another; for the law which He gave to govern men and women, was not intended to govern Himself, or to prescribe rules for his own conduct.”

-    Apostle Orson Pratt, The Seer, p. 158


Prophet Joseph F. Smith (1838 - 1918):


“Now, we are told in scriptures that Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God in the flesh.  Well, now for the benefit of the older ones, how are children begotten?  I answer just as Jesus Christ was begotten of the flesh... Jesus is the only person who had our Heavenly Father as the father of his body.”

-    Prophet Joseph F. Smith, Family Home Evening Manual, pp. 125, 126, 1972


Prophet Joseph Fielding Smith (1876 - 1972):


“Christ Not Begotten of Holy Ghost... Christ was begotten of God.  He was not born without the aid of Man, and that Man was God!”

-    Prophet Joseph Fielding Smith, Doctrines of Salvation, v. 1, p. 18, 1954


Apostle Bruce R. McConkie (1915 - 1985):


“Christ was Begotten by an immortal Father in the same way that mortal men are begotten by mortal fathers.”

-    Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, Mormon Doctrine, p. 547, 1966

“And Christ was born into the world as the literal Son of this Holy Being; he was born in the same personal, real, and literal sense that any mortal son is born to a mortal father.  There is nothing figurative about his paternity; he was begotten, conceived and born in the normal and natural course of events, for he is the Son of God, and that designation means what it says.”

-    Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, Mormon Doctrine, p. 792, 1966

“As far as this life is concerned, [Jesus] was born of Mary and of Elohim; he came here as an offspring of that Holy Man who is literally our Father in heaven.  He was born in mortality in the literal and full sense as the Son of God.  He is the Son of his father in the same sense that all morals are the sons and daughters of their fathers.”

-    Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, Mortal Messiah, v. 1, p. 330

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God makes the commandments, therefore he is allowed to break them.

dan

Many mythologies involve incest. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incest_in_folklore)

While I find the thought of incest to be abusive, damaging, sick, wrong and genetically unstable, mormon beliefs such as these add further emphasis to the fact that the entire thing is another set of myths.

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