While the majority of Mormons aren’t active or righteous enough to go inside their sacred buildings, we’ve found they also don’t understand the meanings of all the engravings you see plastered on the outside walls. Thus, our articles here to inform and educate Mormons and non-Mormons alike.
Definitions of the symbols on the Nauvoo and Salt Lake temples.
What is the seal of Melchizedek and what does it mean? Why is this marking on numerous LDS temples?
You can find upside down pentagrams, sunstones, and false altars to God throughout the Church Museum, the Visitor’s Center and in the exhibits inside their museum. We’re asking why they’d do this if they’re a Christian organization?
Why does the Church misuse this biblical phrase? Why are so many Mormon temples being built lately? The Church seems to have a lot of money to burn. As of April 2016, the Church has 150 fully operating temples worldwide.
This symbol originally stood as a sign for worship of the sun, but it’s also known as the male generative principle (another mark of a phallic symbol).
In a Q&A section of one of the youth magazines (Liahona) someone asked why symbolism is used in the temples. They answered, ‘because Jesus taught in parables’…oh boy…
It seems wherever one looks today you can come upon the occult symbol of the all-seeing-eye. From it’s logo on t-shirts, album covers, and yes, even Mormon temples, this Masonic emblem is plastered all over the place with nary a concern. Find out why you as a believer, should be concerned!