Romney & the Melchizedek Priesthood

Mormon Symbol of
Order of Melchizedek

In the rigid caste-like system of the Mormon Church, Mitt Romney is Mormon royalty, who will become a god-king in the hereafter. He is a member of the Melchizedek Priesthood reserved in orthodox Christianity for Jesus Christ.
The two major parties give us a Hobson’s choice in this election, a choice between two god-kings, because Obama’s religion also teaches that the (black) man is God. That is no choice at all, if you reject such occult belief systems.

The idea that man can become a god is an occult concept, similar to what the Nazis and imperial Japanese believed. That America is electing God-men as president now is very disturbing to say the least.

Romney is a Mormon blue-blood. Mormonism puts tremendous significance on the ancestorship and one of Romney’s ancestors was Parley Pratt, a founder of the Mormon Church. Pratt worked with the Mormon Prophet, Joseph Smith, to develop some of the original doctrine of the church. He is known as the “St. Paul” of Mormonism. Pratt was killed in Missouri by a jealous husband whose wife he had stolen to add to his harem. This history, along with his immense wealth and status qualifies Romney as real Mormon “royalty.”

Romney is a high priest of the Mormon Church and was president of the church in the state of Massachusetts. He is certainly in the upper elite of the Mormon church and his presidency would full-fill the prophecy of Joseph Smith, who taught that the Mormon Church will one day dominate the United States and transform it — and eventually the world — into Mormon theocracy.

Joseph Smith ran for the presidency of the US in 1844, but he was martyred by an angry mob, before the election took place. The early Mormons believed that Joseph Smith would be resurrected like Jesus Christ. Because Mormonism is an apocalyptic doctrine, whose members believe they are becoming Gods, they were labeled “satanist” by some of the other settlers.

Smith had formed a provisional world government during the campaign, called the Council of Fifty, and had re-written the U.S. Constitution. This new, Mormon version of the Constitution was supposedly lost, but who would be surprised, if it is still in a vault somewhere in Salt Lake City? Smith taught that the Constitution was divinely inspired, but that it is just an temporary measure, intended to serve only as a transition to Mormon theocracy, when we would be ruled by Mormon god-kings and cooperative non-Mormons (fellow travelers and useful idiots).

God-King Romney,
High Priest, Order of Melchizedek

Romney is a member of the Order of Melchizedek. To Christians, Melchizedek was a predictor of Christ to come in the Old Testament and is reserved for Christ.

Psalms 100: 4 The LORD hath sworn, and will not repent: ‘Thou art a priest for ever after the manner of Melchizedek.

Christians believe that the “priest forever” was a prophesy of Jesus Christ, the ultimate high priest for eternity and the only member of the priesthood of Melchizedek.

Christ was the ultimate sacrifice. Melchizedek gave wine and bread to Abraham and these are seen as symbols of the blood and flesh of Christ, a sacrifice which confirms the covenant. This is symbolized in the celebration of the Eucharist (Lord’s Supper).

Mormons, on the other hand, believe that the members of their Melchizedek Priesthood will be “co-heirs” of the kingdom with Christ and so are on the same level as Christ. Their biblical “kingdom,” which they believe is imminent, is a real, physical theocratic government on earth. Mormons believe that all men, who are worthy and are sealed in celestial marriage, become gods in the afterlife and that the God of this world was once an ordinary man of flesh and blood on another planet. (See, for example Doctrine and Covenants, Section 130)

Mormonism is a secret, supremacist religion. Except for the elect few, even most Mormons are not allowed to enter a Mormon Temple, let alone non-Mormons. You have to be “sanctified” before entering their temples. They consider the rest of us to be “unclean” persons, who will defile the sacred temple. Would it be a good idea to have a president, who belongs to a secret society and thinks the rest of us are unworthy and unclean?

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2 Responses to Romney & the Melchizedek Priesthood

  1. Good questions. Seems like most people shied away from asking these things during this election. It’s interesting that the Mormon religion uses the term “Melchizedek.” I too wrote an article about this, if you get a chance give it a read, thanks.
    http://feedingjimmy.com/mormon-melchizedek/

  2. Emmanuel says:

    How can i get closer to Melchisedek?

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