Prophet Joseph Smith (December 23, 1805 – June 27, 1844) was a Black man, and he was an American religious leader and founder of Mormonism and the Latter Day Saint movement. When he was 24, Joseph Smith published the Book of Mormon. By the time of his death, 14 years later, he had attracted tens of thousands of followers and founded a religion that continues to the present with millions of global adherents.
Joseph Smith was born in Sharon, Vermont. By 1817, he had moved with his family to Western New York, the site of intense religious revivalism during the Second Great Awakening. Joseph Smith said he experienced a series of visions, including one in 1820 during which he saw “two personages” (whom he eventually described as God the Father and Jesus Christ), and another in 1823 in which an angel directed him to a buried book of golden plates inscribed with a Judeo-Christian history of an ancient American civilization.
This angel was Angel Moroni (/məˈroʊnaɪ/), according to the Book of Mormon, was the last Nephite prophet, historian, and military commander who lived in the Americas in the late fourth and early fifth centuries. He is later known as the Angel Moroni, who presented the golden plates to Joseph Smith, who translated the plates upon which the Book of Mormon was originally written.
According to the Book of Mormon, Moroni was the son of Mormon, the prophet for whom the Book of Mormon is named. Moroni shares a name with Captain Moroni, a much earlier Book of Mormon figure, of whom Mormon wrote highly.
The Book of Mormon says that Moroni served under his father, the commander in chief of 23 groups of about 10,000 Nephites each, who battled against the Lamanites. Upon the Nephites’ defeat at Cumorah, Moroni was forced to go into hiding and to wander from place to place to avoid being killed by the Lamanites. Moroni was the last known survivor of the Nephite nation.
Prophet Moroni (Angel Moroni) was from Antarctica since a 1605 map of the world by Joseph Hall shows the name Moroni as three place names (cities) in three different areas within close proximity of each other in Antarctica, which is shown still attached to South America with no ice cap. Khandrop shows more maps of Antarctica without an ice cap, and he talks more about Prophet Moroni in his YouTube video, “Prester John 94: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UK_RV2tVA8.
In 1830, Joseph Smith published what he said was an English translation of these plates called the Book of Mormon. The same year he organized the Church of Christ, calling it a restoration of the early Christian Church. Members of the church were later called “Latter Day Saints” or “Mormons”, and Smith announced a revelation in 1838 that renamed the church as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
In 1831, Joseph Smith and his followers moved west, planning to build a communal American Zion. They first gathered in Kirtland, Ohio, and established an outpost in Independence, Missouri, in Jackson County, which was intended to be Zion’s “center place,” since according to Prophet Joseph Smith the Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Missouri.
Was The Garden of Eden in Jackson, County Missouri?
According to the founder of the Mormons (Moormon/ Moorman) Joseph Smith, the Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Missouri: https://bookofmormonevidence.org/eden-cradle-of…/.
With all of the discoveries coming out about the Americas being the true old-world, I believe Joseph Smith. In fact, in this post is an image of the four heads (Rivers) of the Garden of Eden from the Book of Mormon Evidence, and as you can see, these four rivers are in North America, and they all tie into the Mississippi River, which is also the Nile River and the Euphrates River.
The map of the Garden of Eden shows the territories of the Nephites (non-Ishmaelites) and the Lamanites (Ishmaelites) with New Jerusalem being in Missouri, which is perfectly accurate location since I proved that New Jerusalem was in Missouri with my blog post, “Lower Jerusalem and Morocco was in Missouri”: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/lower-jerusalem-and-morocco-was-in-missouri/.
Florida also has a Garden of Eden in Bristol County, Florida and a Garden of the Hesperides in Tarpon Springs, FL, so one must assume that the entire land of Tameri, aka, La floridas was the Garden of Eden: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/gibraltar-of-the-west/.
During the 1830s, Joseph Smith sent out missionaries, published revelations, and supervised construction of the Kirtland Temple. Because of the collapse of the church-sponsored Kirtland Safety Society Anti-Banking Company, violent skirmishes with non-Mormon Missourians, and the Mormon extermination order, Smith and his followers established a new settlement at Nauvoo, Illinois, where he became a spiritual and political leader.
The term Mormon is a corruption of Moorman. Moorman means Moor, and Blackamoor according to the Dictionary of the English and Dutch Languages. We know that Moor and Blackamoor both mean dark skin and Negro in some dictionaries, so when we speak of Mormons you are referring to Negroes, aka, Black people, according to the definition of Moorman.
Additionally, in this post are images of Joseph Smith depicted as a Black man and his mother, Luck Mack Smith, depicted as a Black Woman, so that it can be no doubt that the Mormons were original Blackamoors and so was Prophet Muhammad: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/the-original-arabs…/.
Ptah/ Utah/ Judah was established by the Mormons (Moormen), because it is covered with Gothic Architecture, which is a Moorish or a Tartarian mode of craftsmanship. I also shared a YouTube video from Jon Levi, “Hospitals and Temples (Human warehouse),” that shows you some of the old Moorish castles and Temples in Utah: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylx0K3F-xwQ.
Here is evidence that Utah is Judah, and it was a part of a Moorish stronghold called Granada land: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/granada-land-is-the…/.
Did the Moors build these Cathedrals and other Gothic structures? Yes… because Gothic Building is a Moorish style of building. The Cathedral is built with a Gothic (Moorish/Islamic) type of building and so is Westminster Abbey: https://rb.gy/rmvnnc.
Notice how in the link that you see on the left-hand side towards the bottom of the page, “In Turner’s Normandy, vol. ii. p. 250, are delineated several sculptural spandrels from Bayeux Cathedral, exhibiting somewhat of the Moorish or Tartarian, mode of workmanship. The word is spelt spaundre in the French Contract for reforming Westminster Hall,” dated 1393. – “A Dictionary of the Architecture and Archaeology of the Middle Ages.” Now, this is a powerful quote coming from a master textbook written by a white author that is recognized. Well, the Moors built the Castles and Cathedrals throughout Europe.
Gothic building is castle building. Gothic building was invented in Ethiopia because the oldest Castles can be found in Ethiopia. Ancient Ethiopia was in the Americas: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/ethiopia-america-is…/.
The Moors took Gothic building into Europe and built all the Castles and Cathedrals throughout Europe. Also, almost all of the Cathedrals in Europe worship the Black Madonna and child, and they have the Black Madonna and Child on display as the centerpiece of these Grand Cathedrals. The Moors left over five hundred Black Madonna and Child statues all throughout Europe. The Moors were in power in Europe; therefore, we worshipped our own image.
How did Joseph Smith’s Imagine Changed from Black to White?
Joseph Smith was a Black Man; therefore, a jealous white mob took him from jail in Carthage, Illinois and murdered him, and Brigham Young stole the church. After the murder of Joseph Smith his image was changed from Black to white.
The Death of Joseph Smith:
Joseph Smith, the founder and leader of the Latter-Day Saint movement, and his brother, Hyrum Smith, were killed by a mob in Carthage, Illinois, United States, on June 27, 1844, while awaiting trial in the town jail.
As mayor of the town of Nauvoo, Illinois, Joseph Smith had ordered the destruction of the facilities used to print the Nauvoo Expositor, a newly established newspaper created by a group of non-Mormons and others who had seceded from the church. The newspaper’s first (and only) issue was extremely critical of Smith and other church leaders, reporting that Smith was practicing polygamy and claiming he intended to set himself up as a theocratic king. In response, a motion to declare the newspaper a public nuisance was passed by the Nauvoo City Council, and Smith consequently ordered its press destroyed.
The destruction of the press led to public outrage, and Joseph Smith, his brother, and other members of the Nauvoo City Council were charged with inciting a riot. Warrants for Joseph Smith’s arrest were dismissed by Nauvoo courts. Smith declared martial law in Nauvoo and called on the Nauvoo Legion to protect the city. After briefly fleeing Illinois, Joseph Smith returned, and the brothers then voluntarily traveled to the county seat at Carthage to face the charges. After surrendering to authorities, the brothers were also charged with treason against Illinois for declaring martial law.
The brothers were in the Carthage Jail awaiting trial when an armed mob of about two hundred men stormed the building, their faces painted black with wet gunpowder. Hyrum was killed almost immediately when he was shot in the face, shouting as he fell, “I’m a dead man, Joseph!” After emptying the pistol with which he tried to defend himself, Joseph Smith was then shot several times while trying to escape from a second story window and fell from the window as he died.
Five men were indicted for the killings but were acquitted at a jury trial. At the time of his death, Joseph Smith was also running for president of the United States, making him the first U.S. presidential candidate to be assassinated. His death marked a turning point for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and since then, members of the Latter-Day Saint movement have viewed him and his brother as religious martyrs who were “murdered in cold blood”.
When Joseph Smith was the President of the Church of Christ, Blacks were allowed in the Mormon Church. This changed when he was murdered, and Brigham Young stole the church and rewrote the Book of Mormon where Black People were not allowed to hold the Priesthood.
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