Contributors are invitation-only.
The originator of this blog. Is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Has a very strong testimony of, and belief in, the gospel of Jesus Christ. Is also a staunch anarchist.
Anthony E. Larson
Writing is what Anthony does for a living as well as for fun. A freelance journalist for the last 10 years, published in several newspapers, magazines and websites, he has also been a successful video producer and writer, as well as an award-winning composer during his rich and varied career.
It was Anthony’s lifelong interest in prophecy that first led him to become a writer. When he came across a novel view of ancient history that seemed to marvelously illuminate the metaphorical language of the scriptures, he felt compelled to explain it to his fellow Saints; he felt compelled to demonstrate the incredibly broad application it had to the restored gospel and the teachings of the prophets. So, he started writing about it … and hasn’t stopped.
In the last two decades, Anthony has retreated from big city life, choosing the wide-open spaces and big sky of Northeastern California, where he lives with his wife, Carla, on a 40-acre ranch in a home he built with considerable help from his eight children before they all moved away and started their own families.
Partially retired, Anthony continues to write for three local newspapers on a weekly basis. He still composes and arranges orchestral and choral music on his computer-based digital system at home and dabbles in video projects.
Lastly, he continues to explore in print and video the implications of his research into ancient planetary history and its bearing upon the restored gospel. He claims that the more he discovers about those ancient celestial events and conditions, the better he understands the origins of temple and scriptural imagery.
Like Joseph Smith, Anthony says that Revelation is “the plainest book God ever caused to be written.” That applies to the Book of Abraham and the enigmatic Egyptian facsimiles as well, he says. But perhaps most important of all, according to Anthony, is the meaningful significance he finds in temple symbolism and ritual, which he says is “chock full of information, like reading a book.”
Rodney M. Cluff
RODNEY M. CLUFF, author of World Top Secret: Our Earth Is Hollow! was born and raised in the American colony of Colonia Juarez in northern Mexico. He became interested in the Hollow Earth Theory at the age of 16 while working on a New Mexico farm where the farm manager told the workers of the theory. He thought, What an ideal place for the Lord to hide the Lost Tribes of Israel!
After graduating from high school, Mr. Cluff served a full-time mission for the LDS Church in Mexico where he met his wife. One year after his release, they were married in the Mesa Arizona Temple and now have five lovely children and fourteen lovelier grandchildren!
They moved to Phoenix, Arizona, and one day Mr. Cluff noticed an advertisement of Raymond Bernard’s book, The Hollow Earth in a tabloid newspaper. He sent for it and thereby began many years of study and writing which has led to the present work. After 16 years with the Arizona Department of Health Services working as an Information Technology Specialist, Mr. Cluff retired and now lives with his wife Keta in the retirement community of Sun City, Arizona, and continues his research into evidences for hollow planets as a hobby.
He firmly believes: OUR EARTH IS HOLLOW! Backed with scientific evidence, including satellite photos of the polar holes, analysis of the observations of polar explorers, analysis of earthquake data and much more — coupled with evidence from the scriptures and history that the Lost Tribes of Israel are now FOUND within the Hollow of Our Earth, he presents his argument in favor of the Hollow Earth Theory.
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One Who Is Watching
I am nobody of consequence.
I am one of many who wants to be found watching…
“..But know this, if the good man of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched, and would not have suffered his house to have been broken up, but would have been ready…” JS-M 1: 47
Any commentary and scriptural interpretations provided by me are simply to stimulate thought and encourage people to search the scriptures.
The only parts of my posts and/or articles that should be taken seriously are the scriptures quoted from the holy, eternal and infallible word of God.
If you’re looking here, then you’re probably wanting to find out just who I am. But that question is irrelevant. Don’t worry about the “who” because the “who” would only detract from the “what”. The message, the idea, the words — they are what’s important. Knowing the messenger either encourages you to reject the ideas on one hand, or unnecessarily acclaim them on the other.
What is written must stand or fall on its own — as an idea — no authority-whoring here. Don’t look to me to give these ideas form, that is your job.
I’m just trying to work things out through prayer, study, meditation and faith. I try to be as open as I can about things so I don’t get locked into a certain dogma. I’m just doing the best I can with the information I have. I’ve been married three years and I have one child, a son, who is a year old. I run a blog at www.whitegreenredblack.blogspot.com. Most importantly, I have a testimony of Jesus Christ as the Redeemer of mankind.
Male born in the 1950’s.
As a teenager I was very greatly blessed to know God lives and is our father. He called me by name and confirmed this to me and expressed His great love for me. He asked me if I could have this same love for others. This was through the Holy Ghost. God had just recently also testified to me by the Holy Ghost that the Book of Mormon is true. So the witness of His reality was an additional confirmation which I had requested. These were not just warm peaceful feelings and confirmations. They were powerful experiences when I knew I was being spoken to by a member of the Godhead. He has since given me the gift of loving everyone in the world.
I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
I am a wife, a mom and a less than stellar cook. I am a good speller, a voracious reader and a mediocre writer. I am a truth seeker, a God lover, and an imperfect human. My name is كيم בארלו and I’m a Mormon.