I just received this from a listener to the show today.  Keep in mind that  “Priesthood Ordinances” are basically WICCA “Spells”.  Is “The Lord” Lucifer real and can he produce supernatural phenomenon?  Yes indeed he can.

(In WICCAN Satanic Pagan ceremonies – marriages are called “hand-fasting” – where a couple kneels before a “Priest after the order of Melchezidek” while their hands are clasped in a “token handshake” known as the “Lion’s Paw”.   This is identical to Mormon Temple marriages — according to ex-Satanist/Mormon Bill Schnoebolen).


This faith-promoting story as testified by a MORMON FAITHFUL is truly CREEPY — nothing “spiritual” about it!!  Doesn’t it make you feel all warm and fuzzy that the CIA is FULL of Mormons who know how to cast spells (priesthood rituals), and that a “Melchizedek WICCAN Priest-hood holder named Mitt Romney is seeking the U.S. Presidency??  (Wonder if there is a spell guaranteeing that as well???)  Notice also that “The lord”  (lower-case l) is identified in the Mormon triple-combination Bible dictionary as none other than BAAL – the god of Cain – (aka Lucifer the Light-Bearer!)

Temples… Just how important are they?
Read & believe…
Do we really understand the power of the temple and our attendance in the temple? Fascinating!  Another example of The lord communicating with His Prophets!
The temple in Seoul Korea has a promise of temporal protection attached to it. I know of no other temple in the world for which temple attendance will protect the country from war.

I’m a Korean linguist for the U.S. Air Force. I’ve been stationed in Korea for 12 of the last 22 years. I served my mission in Sendai, Japan and then returned home to Idaho and married my wife Lauri.
I joined the Air Force in 1982 and was sent to the Defense Language Institute in Monterey California to learn Korean. I was then assigned to Osan Air Base and arrived in Korea in 1984. I am an Intelligence professional.
On December 14, 1985, my wife and I were privileged to attend the dedication of the Seoul Temple. President Gordon B. Hinckley who was a counselor in the First Presidency at the time, was to dedicate the temple. In his remarks before the dedicatory prayer, he made a comment that was so startling, that I committed it to memory. He said, “If you will use this temple, you need not fear an invasion from the north.”
What a great promise! I also remember the remark, because during my mission, I had the opportunity to work with Elder Kikuchi of the Seventy. He was also at the dedication and afterwards as we were talking, he remarked how neat that promise was.
My family left Korea in 1986 and returned in 1988 for a second tour. We stayed that time until 1991. In 1993, my family and I returned yet again to Korea and at that time, tensions were increasing over the possible North Korean development of nuclear weapons. In 1994, it actually appeared that we might go to war with North Korea over this issue. Even though I had heard a prophet of the Lord declare we would be protected, I began to doubt the promise. I wondered if perhaps I had misunderstood president Hinckley ‘s words that day.
That summer, many of us were invited to Seoul to a training session with Elder Boyd K. Packer and Elder Henry B. Eyring. The chapel in Shindang was filled with church leaders both Korean and American. Elder Eyring spoke first and then Elder Packer stood up to speak. He let us know that “training” was not the only reason that he and Elder Eyring had come to Korea. He told us that President Hinckley was concerned for the safety of the saints in Korea.
He said the day before, President Packer and Elder Eyring had gone up to the Demilitarized Zone, the border between North and South Korea, and had performed a priesthood ordinance which placed guardian angels at that border. He told us that because of our faithfulness in attending the temple, we would be protected.
I don’t know if I was more surprised to hear that there were actually guardian angels at the border, or that there was a priesthood ordinance to put them there. One Korean stake president, asked Elder Packer, “How long will they be there?”
His answer was, “As long as they are needed, and you are faithful in your temple attendance.” Now I knew we were safe for I had heard the promise twice.
In 1996, President Hinckley came to Korea on his way to Hong Kong to dedicate the temple there. He held a regional conference in Seoul which we attended. During his remarks at this conference, he made reference to the temple promise, and said he was going to change it. He told us that we now needed to attend the temple faithfully, and also appreciate it. He told us that we were all being protected by the Lord because we had done as we were told. This was the third time I had heard the promise and the second time from President Hinckley’s own mouth.
I know this promise is true. I have seen events happen in conjunction with my job, in which many times the experts have been confused as to why the North Koreans did not attack. I know it is because they cannot.
As a member of the U.S. Air Force, part of my job is to help protect the Republic of South Korea from attack. I feel as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, I can do more to protect South Korea by attending the temple. As long as the saints in Korea attend the temple they are protected. I have been so blessed to not only witness the prophet of the Lord proclaim this great promise, but also have been here to see the fulfillment of those words.

George H. Barnard
535 S 200 E, Apt 703
Salt Lake City , UT 84111