http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700176628/Utahn-in-NY-knows-to-be-prepared.html?pg=allSomalis, page 129
Abdul (Muslims), pages 21, 228
Ivan (Russians), page (?)
knots, , pages 127, 222, 223, 227, 228
(Radiant Angel, Nelson DeMille)
Reminder to CIA Mormon Phil Brumley, Attorney, Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Legal Department: Phil, reminder, the videos shown at District Assemblies this year (all of the videos including the video about Ethan Bannister his wife Sasha Bannister and his friend Nathan the roofer from Peru and the rest of the people on the beach), really must be available at JW.org for viewing, for the LEGAL CASE. cc all Mormon attorneys
The White Horse Prophecy is a statement purported to have been made in 1843 by Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, regarding the future of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons) and the United States of America. The Latter Day Saints, according to the prophecy, would “go to the Rocky Mountains and … be a great and mighty people”, identified figuratively with the White Horse described in the Book of Revelation. The prophecy further predicts that the United States Constitution will one day “hang like a thread” and will be saved “by the efforts of the White Horse”.
Some have speculated, on the basis of the White Horse Prophecy, that Mormons expect the United States to eventually become a theocracy dominated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The authenticity of the prophecy as a whole, which was not made public until long after Smith’s death, is debated, and the leadership of the LDS Church has stated that “the so-called ‘White Horse Prophecy’ … is not embraced as Church doctrine.” However, the belief that members of the LDS Church will one day need to take action to save the imperiled U.S. Constitution has been attributed to Smith in several sources and has been discussed in an approving fashion by Brigham Young and other LDS leaders.