This apparently keeps getting pulled down from YouTube because Mormons don’t want outsiders to see their bizarre beliefs, including how the ‘negro race’ were cursed to be born with black skin. So, watch it while you can.




  1. All I know about the magic underpants is brown in the back and yellow in the front.

  2. bobbo, libertarianism fails when it becomes dogma says:

    #26–Ah Yea==thanks. The Mormoms posting here just make a general statement that the film is inaccurate but for some reason refuse to give any specifics.

    Likewise, your references state some specific errors but don’t tell us what the actual truth is, so one is still left wondering. Seems more like FAIR Mormoms want to QUIBBLE with terminology with an implication that the actual fact being presented is wrong whereas I suspect the facts presented are totally correct. Quibbles, and people/religions that do, are like that.

    The film might say “endless celestial sex” to shock us whereas the Book of Mormom says what? “The Lord created those that be?” or some other vague reference.=====ok, I’ll see if google helps:::::I give up. Can’t stand reading that crap.

    So, originally there was just god and then later more than just god. How did those others come to be? Wave of the Hand? Sex? Joining?

    Are there 17 different levels of Angels all fighting with one another?

    Are these Angels jealous of mankind?

    Do angels have sex with humans?

    Hah, hah. Can’t get more stupid that God based religions.

  3. John E. Quantum says:

    All I know about the Mormans is that hot damn, they have some good looking women folk.

  4. qb says:

    Makes sense to me. Send them little Billy’s college fund.

  5. Winston says:

    “As opposed to the scam perpetuated by every other religion?”

    Exactly. And if you read the recent non-fiction book “The Family,” you’ll see that it’s the inmates who are in charge of the asylum. 800,000 Jesus rifle sights reinforce that fact.

  6. bdgbill says:

    The birth of a new religion….

    1829
    “Church is boring. The go on and on about The Holy Land and Jerusalem. Thats like, a million miles away. Wouldn’t it be cool if Jesus had run around here in Missouri?” “Why yes, that would be cool indeed. Hand me that notebook and a pen”

    Something tells me that L Ron Hubbard read up on Joseph Smith at some point.

  7. Dallas says:

    Hindu is a better religion and they have casual dress code.

    Mormons are required to wear a tie in the summer – riding a bicycle no less.

    Nope.

  8. Benjamin says:

    Mormons are pretty good people. They are just confused by so many lies and really weird stuff that Joseph Smith added to regular Christianity, that the actually truth of Christianity is obscured by the volumes of non-sense called the Book of Mormon, Pearl of Great Price, Book of Abraham, and their Doctrine and Covenants.

    The book of Abraham is where some of the really weird beliefs are. That is where they get into the stuff about ruling your own planet. There is weird stuff that happens in those Mormon temples too.

    I like Mormons because they are really nice. I just feel bad that Mormons are confused by the lies that Joseph Smith told.

  9. Mr. Fusion says:

    If the cartoon is 20-30% wrong, then please educate us. As others above have pointed out, it is easy to say it is wrong.

    Personally, I think all religions are 100% wrong. And no, I am not an atheist, infidel, or gentile. I’m normal.

  10. Dallas says:

    #42 Organized religion is the greatest scam and money pyramid in all of human history.

    Having said that, religion does serve to keep some people from flying off the handle. I have nothing against ‘spiritual’ people.

    The organized, money making and brain washing scam of organized religion is what’s a travesty.

  11. Marc Perkel says:

    Thank God I’m an Atheist.

  12. Benjamin says:

    By the nature of religion, there can only be one true religion. Various religions disagree with one another on different things, so only one can be true. Since that is the case I feel sorry for everyone not of my religion because they are wrong.

  13. bobbo, the evangelical anti-theist says:

    By the nature of religion, there can be no true religion. Various religions disagree with one another on different things revealing the departure from truth when belief systems are substituted for science. Since that is the case I feel sorry for everyone caught by religion because they are all wrong.

  14. Buzz says:

    And the Bullshit Meter says…

    Obviously this is a passionate attempt to stir up negative feelings. A cry for recognition from a bully.

    How many of the factoids presented hold water? How much of any religion holds water?

  15. m.c. in l.v. says:

    #9 Eric – Thanks for the link. Hadn’t seen that episode. Too funny and sorta scary.

    Dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb indeed.

  16. This is some shit I could believe in.

    //after several drinks.

  17. Sai Kai Lee says:

    So….

    Mormons come from planet “Colon”?

    P.S. Who the heck animated this? The guys that did “Rocket Robbin Hood”?

  18. meetsy says:

    All the reasons I do not like, do not want to be associated with, and cannot stand “discussing’ religion. It’s all batshit, crap, and lies.

  19. right says:

    Another example of religion at its worst but then, this is pretty awful. All religion is a belief in an imaginary being and sucking in the uneducated for their money. It’s just business.

  20. Surfer Dude says:

    Yes its a CULT!!!!!!!!!!! Now its mean to say that..

  21. Rick Cain says:

    So earth was the result of a divine BOOTY CALL!

  22. Special Ed says:

    You know what they say – when God takes a dump he opens a window.

    //or something like that.

  23. cfk says:

    #14
    Considering the decades of LDS history and doctrinal development, Scientology is more like Mormonism for beginners. If you’d dropped L. Ron at the shore of the Great Salt Lake in 1847, he would’ve been crying for his mommy inside an hour.

  24. deowll says:

    Exactly who made this video and why? I looked but I didn’t see any evidence that the Mormon Church authorized this film or any evidence that anyone was willing to claim it.

  25. theDude says:

    Remember watching this at a fundamentalist Christian junior high school that I attended…freaked me out because my grandpa was supposed to be mormon.

    He pretty much just drank beer and smoked all the time, and I always thought mormon = redneck…guess I wasn’t too far off.

  26. Gilgamesh says:

    #56 –
    You know, fair enough, I guess it cuts both ways. The broad appeal of Mormonism really is two things at once: a) the appeal to something new and b) the ‘recovery’ of something ancient — something at once ‘gnostic’ and immediate and yet something also closer to the ‘source.’ In Mormonism, there is an openness to “new” and “personal” revelation, largely in opposition to Catholic orthodoxy, which understandably cuts the sanction of that kind of thing off for institutional reasons — and which the ‘modern’ Mormon church has increasingly necessarily done also for institutional reasons, which is beginning to expose for a lot of “cultural Mormons” many of the exact kinds of things that Catholics have been able to iron out many years — and perhaps more easily because Catholicism is virtually by definition anti-gnostic.

    Being a certain type of ex-Mormon, I tend to see Mormonism as ‘out there’ and Scientology as more so ‘out there,’ but also the cartoon that started this conversation is actually in tone closer to scientology than Mormonism.

    Within Mormonism there is a definite “fuzziness” that is ascribed to all the things that the cartoon (in my estimation) severely reifies. In other words, there is a Catholic type of “mystery” that maintains in the temperament of the teaching of the “Book of Abraham” which is that book that discusses in specificity things like “Kolob.” This fuzziness maintains even at the “highest levels” of the LDS hierarchy. The idea that this stuff is talked about in reified terms, even in “the temples” as the cartoon portrays is simply not true.

    In contrast, however, Scientology is clearly less abashed about reifying such narratives. Which is fine… I guess… That’s not something I care about, and readily ascend to the opinion that fiction is fiction. …and so on and so forth… this is a big, big topic, the only thing I can ask is for you to “get my drift.” And in that, the best I can hope is to but confirm by experience what someone else as a critical reader/viewer probably already intuits for themselves. The rest is just baiting, berating, and otherwise mere talk.

  27. cfk says:

    #59
    Nicely said. Another similarity between Mormonism and Scientology was their prophets’ ability to tap into narratives/imagery that profoundly influenced their chosen audiences. Indecipherable hieroglyphics and buried golden documents could qualify as the science fiction of the early 19th century. It’s also interesting to note how very American Mormonism and Scientology are, and the degree to which they lean heavily on the notion of personal revelation. In that way, they both stood opposed to the institutionally controlled revelation of Catholicism, linking them closely to Puritanism and other American Christian “cults”.

  28. mikeyman225 says:

    Mormons are crazy!

  29. Shubee says:

    I can understand why Mormons hate their creation beliefs being abbreviated to “the universe is inhabited because the Pantheon of Mormon gods had celestial sex” but that’s essentially what Mormons have told me.

  30. Rick Cain says:

    So Mormons are like Gou’ald?


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