Originally posted by MichiganSwampBuck
The moment you mentioned Joseph Smith and the Mormons, you turned me off to Baha'i. If P. T. Barnum had ever met Smith, they would have gotten along
famously as they both knew that a sucker is born every minute. This connection between Baha'i and Smith, as well as Smith and the Masons, sounds
interesting though and merits more research on my part. I thank you for that much at least.
I hope others will follow your lead, and also research this important issue.
Baha'i might be a bigger "threat" than they appear to be, just as Mormons were once ignored as being "too small" to make a difference, they are
finally getting some attention in the last few decades, as Mormons have expanded their aggressive missionary activities.
As you point out, Smith had great skills as a promoter, unfortunately, he didn't just run a circus act. I believe he was "chosen" by the elite,
via his association with Freemasonry, to accomplish a mission, which was to create a prototype "world" religion, right in the midst of the Great
Masonic Experiment (the USA), allowing it to grow, with an eye to a future amalgamation with another elite creation, coming out of Persia.
It sounds rather incredible, that a sophisticated and highly coordinated plan like this could ever be pulled off, but we're still watching it
The basics go something like this...Our masters long ago came to realize that "Islam" was a rather good people-control religion, but still with some
rough edges. The fact that so many in the world already embraced that faith, as well as it's massive projected growth, due to birth-rates, made
Islam "perfect" as a foundation for a future one-world religion, what I like to call the coming "Slave Religion".
Interestingly, Mormonism was called "American Mohamedism", and other variations of, because of their peculiar revival of plural marriage, within a
European / "christian" context. Another way to put it was that Mormonism served the purpose of bringing East, to West, and early enough to perhaps
build a foundation for later.
Some Mormons might object, pointing out that plural marriage was abandoned, etc. Not to worry! Both LDS, and Baha'i are elaborate elite creations
that dove-tail quite nicely, with coordinated "prophesies", all designed to keep their respective members well-prepared for an eventual day of
THIS is what we need to perhaps "worry" about. With the LDS church now reporting close to 14 million members worldwide (and they are deployed in
every nation), you add the 6 million Baha'i, and you could have a bigger problem than anyone can guess at.
Now, to this "merged" group, add the full weight of "official" promotion via the United Nations, which already heavily supports Baha'i.
On top of this, we should notice the "cultural drift" that the media is working on the West, as we get further away from our roots. Just take a
look at some of the ATS threads out there, with the majority it seems promoting the same things, that will plug so easily into a coming NWO.
And we could even add another "dimension" as well. Some have talked about Project Blue Beam, which is basically about a technology grand enough to
fool the majority of people, into thinking "god", or "aliens", etc., is doing / telling us something.
"What if" some beings came down in full view of the world, broadcast widely by the all-powerful media, and these beings announced various things,
including whatever it took to move millions one way or the other?
No, probably not everyone would be deceived, but it would only take a "critical mass" of "believers", to accomplish the goal.
Our elite masters want their "Utopia", and they want good, manageable slaves. The plan is being rolled out before out eyes, and yet, few will
connect the dots in time.
The part of the phase we're in now has everything to do with THIS THREAD, and the way it was presented.
Notice how the Mormon connection had to be there. Where is the OP coming from? Quite possibly one of the many "converted" Mormons, who
"discover" that Joseph Smith left enough bread-crumbs before he died, to lead his poor followers into the next phase, which is Baha'i.
And the cycle intensifies, as each Mormon is unwittingly "activated" to perform their role, since they are already predisposed to "missionary"
And it gets even more interesting, the more you delve into it. Yes, some food for thought, and I would encourage any Mormons reading this to beware.
This thread is literally a "Mormon trap", in my opinion.
Do your research. If our masters have their way, our grandchildren will all be Baha'i, and who knows how many thousand years will pass as they toil
on the planned Plantation, before anyone figures out how badly the world was deceived.
Baha'i is a HUGE step backward for humankind. Tell a friend...