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Inside a Nutty Secret Mormon Temple Ritual (aka Mitt Romney Believes This): VIDEO

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A hidden camera video purportedly shot inside a secret Mormon Temple ceremony and meant to expose some of the nutty traditions of Mitt Romney's religion appears to be going viral via Reddit.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

RomneyFor the first time in the 170+ year history of secret Mormon temple activity, those activities have been captured on film with a hidden camera.

Watch with your own eyes the sworn oath, known as the "Law of Consecration," that US Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has raised his arm to the square and vowed to obey, an oath that requires faithful Mormons to consecrate 100% of their current AND FUTURE time, talents and everything they will ever be blessed with, to the Mormon church and its goal to achieve a worldwide theocracy headed by Mormons.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

In related news (via jmg), here's a truck sitting outside the site of tonight's presidential debate in Boca Raton:

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  1. Fascinating! This video represents what I've always thought of as the cultish operation of the LDS church. I'm amazed that someone, presumably a male, got this far into this cult's secret ritual and taped it. However, I can't decide if it was done for the purpose of exposing these secretive goings on OR some other purpose. At any rate, for all those Obama-hating Christians who're supporting Mittens in the November election, I hope you're satisfied with your support of this "non-Christian Mormon Christian" (including you, Billy Graham).

    Posted by: HadenoughBS | Oct 22, 2012 11:26:18 AM


  2. So religious intolerance is acceptable to the Far Left as long as it is directed at Mormons or Christian Fundamentalists (unless they are black) and not at any non-Western religion such as Islam, even when the fundamental tenets of the non-Western religion are similar to or identical to those of the Western religions and just as "kooky'?

    Posted by: Rick | Oct 22, 2012 11:26:56 AM


  3. Man, that is creepy. It's so cold and robotic, almost alien. And I thought the fervid Pentecostal services were scary. This tops that because it is so bloodless.

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Oct 22, 2012 11:34:35 AM


  4. Hey Andy - this post is pretty disrespectful.

    Posted by: David in NYC | Oct 22, 2012 11:36:10 AM


  5. Disrespectful? A candidates religion is pretty damn close to the heart of their policy making. I don't want a president who has sworn any sort of blood oath to any sort of religion.

    Posted by: CC | Oct 22, 2012 11:39:19 AM


  6. For many years, on a weekly basis, I ate the flesh of a dead carpenter and drank his blood while grown men in gowns assisted me. How crazy is THAT?

    Posted by: Joe | Oct 22, 2012 11:40:50 AM


  7. Oh come on, all religions are laugh out loud bonkers. Like really, you want to just make fun of Mormons like any other religion isn't just a stupid (That includes Buddhism, Taoism etc).

    There are plenty of reasons to get rid of Romney!

    Posted by: Fenrox | Oct 22, 2012 11:43:18 AM


  8. Oh the Mormons - the scientology of the christian umbrella


    the only good mormon is an ex-mormon.

    gay or straight.

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Oct 22, 2012 11:45:12 AM


  9. ummmmmm, the oath to vengeance on the United States of American is a littttttttle bit of a problem I think.

    Posted by: Steven | Oct 22, 2012 11:49:09 AM


  10. Did Battlestar galactica get the "Lords of Kobol" from the Mormon Kolob?

    Posted by: Nil | Oct 22, 2012 11:50:58 AM


  11. When religious people respect atheists, then I will "respect" their stupid rituals.

    Posted by: jht | Oct 22, 2012 11:51:02 AM


  12. The link isn't working so I can't see the ritual. People are right about how easy it is to make fun of any religion. The problem for me in this case is the part about "... avenge the blood of the prophets upon the United States..." I don't have a problem with candidates being religious. But I do question whether it's a good to have a president who has taken an oath to seek vengeance on the country over which he presides.

    Posted by: SteveK | Oct 22, 2012 11:52:03 AM


  13. This is indeed bizaar and happily, for a whole lot of religioidiots out there, it will scare them into an Obama vote. All I could think of for as long as I could bear to watch and listen was that I'd love to see all those vanilla rooms filled with homosexuals.

    Posted by: UFFDA | Oct 22, 2012 11:52:42 AM


  14. they showed this - kinda- on HBO's BIG LOVE ....so who didnt know the Mormons were extra weirdos?

    Posted by: Disgusted American | Oct 22, 2012 11:53:47 AM


  15. Correction: The Reddit link is working. The other isn't

    Posted by: SteveK | Oct 22, 2012 11:54:26 AM


  16. What a rip-off of Freemasonry. Hey, fellow readers, today's presentation is brought to you by the letter "C." Can we all say CULT? Stupid, ignorant pseudo-Masonic cult. Ironically, Aleister Crowley's esoteric order, Ordo Templi Orientis, uses all of the same Masonic trappings: "tokens" for passwords, etc. The wording of the Mormon oaths in this video are virtually identical to the oaths in the Masonic rituals and Crowley's Thelemic initiations:

    "What is that?" "The first token of the blah blah blah." "Does it have a name?" "It has." etc.

    This silly-ass Mormon crap is just so piss poor, not to mention unpatriotic, with their oath of vengeance against the United States for the death of their con-artist "prophets." Pathetic. Unpatriotic and pathetic.

    Posted by: Artie_in_Lauderdale | Oct 22, 2012 11:58:38 AM


  17. whats real creepy in the hand that comes out of the slit in the white curtain--lol

    Posted by: Disgusted American | Oct 22, 2012 12:00:22 PM


  18. As an ex-Mormon, yes, this is an authentic video... I've practiced that ritual many times.

    On a side-note, all religions are just different types of supernatural nuttiness. Who's to say that Mormon crazy is worse that Evangelical crazy... they all make the world a worse place to live.

    Posted by: David | Oct 22, 2012 12:03:46 PM


  19. I do not understand your reasoning Rick. I understand and agree with the accusation that the left is hypocritical when it comes to the deserved criticism of Islam vs. Christianity, but fail to see how criticism of either constitutes "intolerance", especially here. The Mormon Church is merely the usual batshit lunacy of Christianity PLUS a giant load of additional laughable idiocy piled on top (Fenrox). They deserve every last ounce of scorn and denunciation of which they are in receipt.

    Posted by: Blake | Oct 22, 2012 12:05:04 PM


  20. I can't wait until we get to the point in society where anyone participating in something as stupid as what is going on in this video is considered unfit for office.

    That includes all religions, especially ones that demand total loyalty and at the same time vengeance on the US.

    Posted by: Mawm | Oct 22, 2012 12:05:18 PM


  21. Think seriously about the truck. Romney admits LDS was racist until 1978, when black pseudo-equality was accepted. Gays (under present theology) can never be fully accepted, because you cannot become a god unless you are sealed in marriage to a woman - so that you can eternally engage in straight sex. What gay would want that?

    I am a strong supporter of publicizing the beliefs and practices of LDS. It is shocking how the Religious Right has sold its soul over LDS. It used to be a cult, now there are evangelists who are saying that LDS is not very differnt from traditional Christianity. And they dare declare that liberal Christians are not Christians?

    @Andy: I do not care for your use of "nutty". How about something less judgmental?

    Posted by: Diogenes Arktos | Oct 22, 2012 12:07:11 PM


  22. Well David, I'm to say it, that's who. Let's start with the fact that the Mormon church's brand of crazy is the one that donated TENS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS to support proposition 8 in California banning gay marriage, hm? How 'bout we start there?

    Posted by: Blake | Oct 22, 2012 12:09:02 PM


  23. Rick, what is wrong with you? If a bully punches me in my face am I supposed to applaud him for expressing his difference of opinion?

    Posted by: jakke | Oct 22, 2012 12:10:19 PM


  24. "they're persecuting my religion!" is a pretty funny thing to hear, here in North America.

    i was, through the miracle of sheer dumb luck, raised in the united church of canada. with a gay minister. in a "straight" congregation. over time, more members Came Out. i came out to the congregation in my teens. there were even non-Christian identifying members in the congregation. why? because it wasn't a dogmatic church. humanist. knowledge of historical context. no claims to One True Faith, or "All of these stories being real" - simply a way to show how our species looked for guidance in ancient stories, and how those can be applied today, should one feel they need guidance.

    there's a very specific reason the church i was brought up in is never, ever, being attacked or persecuted of any of that stuff the LDS and the RCC complain about; they give them no reason to be upset.

    when you're promoting love and understanding and not fear and exclusivity and prejudice, you tend to not earn the ire of folks.

    for some reason this lesson is lost on a great many religious people.

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Oct 22, 2012 12:10:25 PM


  25. @ Rick,

    Criticism of evangelical Christianity or Mormonism is not equivalent to support of Islam. So you're still screaming blue murder every time anyone criticizes your precious Christianist homophobes. You do realize that you've lost your way on the Internet, don't you? Please find your way back home to Free Republic sometime soon. Thanks in advance.

    Posted by: Artie_in_Lauderdale | Oct 22, 2012 12:16:40 PM


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