A key belief in the foundation of Mormonism is the theory everyone is literally begotten by a heavenly mother and father in a pre-mortal existence. This polygamous marital union is made up of one exalted man who is now a god who has multiple goddess wives. Together they beget spirit babies who grow to maturity and then are given birth to in human form by our parents here on earth.
Mormons aren’t given the name of their particular mother, nor are they encouraged to pray to her as she serves no other role for the Mormon other than to help propagate the species.
You can learn more about this Mormon belief system and their mother in heaven in the articles below.
Comparisons of the false gods Judah worshiped at the time of the Babylonian takeover & the Mormon Heavenly Mother goddess.
Joseph Fielding Smith didn’t let the fact there’s no biblical evidence of a mother in heaven stop his beliefs that we must be created in the image of a false goddess.
Why isn’t salvation the greatest, or holiest gift?
An early LDS hymn sung by church members celebrating the goddess bride of their Heavenly Father reveals true belief system of Mormonism.
How the Church teaches there is a mini god or goddess in each of us.
The one subject that keeps spinning around in Mormonism was based on hearsay. Two women said they heard Smith talk about a Mother in Heaven, but that was after his death.
Melvin J. Ballard told Mormons that God couldn’t be where he’s at if it weren’t for the help of his goddess wife, and our heavenly mother.
An article in the Salt Lake Tribune (5/2013) talked about the history of a ‘heavenly mother’ in Mormonism and how she’s defined in the Church.
Mormon heavenly mother is nothing more than Ishtar, the wife of Ba’al. Biblical explanation of why God condemns acknowledging this false god.
Ed Decker & Michelle Grim team up to write about the statistical probability of how long it’d take a new god to form his own world and populate it with billions of spirit babies.