I’m sure I’ll shed a few tears when we finally have Joseph’s AUTHORIZED and OFFICIAL biography available for the world through the Internet. Its relevance to the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® becomes obvious when one reads it.
We will have it officially published online by the first week in September. Pearl Publishing LLC will then do what it needs to do in order to offer the book in a bound edition (both soft and hardback). (Any interested can check with Monica on her company’s release date.)
The biography will be the final and ultimate authority on the life of Joseph Smith, Jr. and the whole of Mormonism. It will put to rest the continued controversy that surrounds the esoteric and prideful religion and the man who told the world:
“NO MAN KNOWS MY HISTORY”
Without it, the world would be left guessing about the importance of the lessons we are learning from experiencing the effects of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The many LDS/Mormons who have had their eyes opened through this MWAW® and left that church and the chains of ignorance by which they were bound, will have all of their remaining doubts (if any) relieved after reading this extraordinary biography.
A good friend of mine wrote and told me that she thought this book was the “Magnum Opus” of my work (after she had once acknowledged that the HUMAN REALITY was), but then she quickly acknowledged, because she knows me better than most, that it is impossible that any of this work came solely from me, as it is NOT MY WORK! :-)
Taken as a whole, the books of this Marvelous Work and a Wonder® are the most influential set of books ever created for a single purpose. That purpose is to empower the human soul and help it to understand its true nature and the power of human thought and free will. Read with sincerity and a real intent to understand their message, these books will teach a mortal human more about true reality than any other book series ever written.
The former LDS who have embraced this work can honestly say that there is nothing in comparison to what they have learned from this work. They cannot deny how differently they feel about themselves and their fellow siblings as we all spin around on a lone planet in space in a solar system that’s part of an endless and mysterious Universe.
Yes, if it were what was needed, my life could end after Joseph Smith’s biography is completed. Nothing else needs to be said … nothing else needs to be written. Because the greatest lesson of all has been taught:
That mortals cannot remember anything of true reality, the real truth. They were never intended to while going through the experiences of mortality where they are to experience the opposition of their true nature as advanced human beings–the GREATEST LIFE FORMS IN THE UNIVERSE!
Their mortal brains are not capable of truly understanding things as they really are, as they really have been, as they really will be. And if they accept this one humble real truth about themselves while mortal, then they will stop trying to figure things out and worry so much about them. They will then begin to live to experience happiness by doing those things only that bring them peace and happiness!
Not understanding the “mysteries” of the Universe brings stress upon us as we try to figure them out. This work has the intent of relieving our mortal souls of this burden, giving us the mysteries and proclaiming once and for all:
IT’S ALL GOOD!
Enjoy the final draft of the JS bio Epilogue!
Joseph’s biography should end with his own words, as voiced to the author.
This book was written after several in-person interviews the author had with the resurrected Joseph Smith. The author’s notes are numerous, both those written and stored in his mind. The resurrected advanced human being, who was known as Joseph Smith, Jr. in his last mortal incarnation, does not speak like he did as a mortal man. He does not use the same phrases or words, nor are his character and personality the same as they were then.
The responsibility has rested solely on this author’s shoulders to present a reliable description of Joseph and what he was called to do. It was a difficult task to properly produce a brief epilogue that condenses the real truth about who Joseph was and what he accomplished during his almost 39 years of existence in that particular incarnation. Therefore, Joseph’s own words, taken directly from the author’s notes, seem a fitting end:
Considering the Universe in its splendor and glory sets the mind in quiet moments of deep reflection and wonderment. But the mortal mind is incapable of comprehending its significance. More difficult still is its ability to create a logical conclusion of where each of us fits in the Universe. Unforced by conscious will, the mind creates the wonderment and expands the desire to know and understand. The answers are hidden from mortal ability that powers thought. Being hidden does not imply that the answers do not already exist in the mind. Each mind is equally endowed with the ability, not to find them, for none are lost, but to recognize the answers when discovered during the process of thought that leads to contemplation.
My last incarnation upon this earth consisted of a series of carefully prepared steps to assist the mortal mind in recognizing the answers. I was not allowed to give the answers. If I had, the mind would not have discovered its own abilities and power. Each human living throughout the Universe knows the answers. None knows more or less than any other. The principal law by which all humans exist is perfect equality—equality in knowledge, equality in the ability for opportunity and choice, and equality in joy. If we receive an answer from another, then placing the wiser above us obstructs this principle of equality.
All humans were of equal knowledge and power when they were placed in mortality. They are not equal in the ways and knowledge of their particular mortal world, but their minds still retain eternal equality. Mortality was intended to create inequality. By restricting the mind’s powers, it begins to transcend itself as it reaches for its innate eternal potential. It invents things that it does not know because it is not allowed to remember the things that it does. The transcendent product of mortal thought is an attempt to satisfy an innate longing to remember. This yearning exists from already knowing but not being able to remember what is known.
Mortals are unconsciously compelled by their subconscious knowledge to pursue and find what they once knew. Once found, there is no more longing and the constant yearning subsides and permits the mind to rise once again to its eternal and universal state of equality.
When our Christ visited me as a young boy, he taught me of this eternal equality. He was not the Christ that the world accepted and imagined at the time. I was instructed in his true nature at this time. By this nature, I learned of our mutual equality. I learned that his purpose was to ensure this equality by overseeing the existence of the mortals who belong to this earth, who will one day exist as he does, equal to him in eternal glory. I learned that mortality was an experience of inequality that provided us with the opportunity to gain an appreciation of our eternal state.
My commission under Christ was to work with others, similarly assigned, to provide mortals with a chance to find the power of their minds that would redeem them to their original state of equality. They did not easily discover the things hidden in their minds because of the inequality that exists in their mortality. I was to dwell among them sharing equal imperfections of a fallen nature but with nothing hidden in my mind. I had a perfect recollection of the eternal nature of all things.
I was taught and aided by others in how to exist among them without disclosing the differences and inequalities of our minds. Everything we did was for their benefit, that their minds might become equal again with ours. If I were allowed to reveal the things that had been hid from them, then they would not understand our mutual equality. I would be above them, not by my own will, but by their desire.
In hope that they would discover the answers on their own, we provided clues for them. But they did not perceive the clues, choosing instead to continue the inequality of their minds, an inequality patterned after their mortal state, unaffected by the immortal yearnings of their souls. But in this, they did not fail. They proved the need for a Christ, who is and shall always be, the great equalizer of humankind, making all equal with him, redeeming all from their fallen state.
The fullness of the everlasting Gospel is the idea of equality in all things. Mortals reject this idealistic concept because of the fallen state in which they exist. But they once accepted it, and will once again after they have experienced a trial of their existence without it.
We can only imagine what might have happened if Joseph’s family, Martin Harris, Oliver Cowdery, the Whitmers, the Pratts, and the many other early converts to the Book of Mormon had grasped its true message and lived according to its true precepts. What if they had lived by the tenets of the “fullness of the everlasting Gospel as delivered by the Savior”? What if they had loved their enemies, turned the other cheek, and set no measure of judgment for others? What if they had sought only to become a people of equality, of Zion—of one heart and mind with no poor among them?
Had they not “looked beyond the mark,” they would not have stumbled and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with its power and its priesthoods would not be in existence today. However, if this church and the many others like it did not exist, then the purpose of our mortality to experience an opposition of our eternal natures would be frustrated, causing those who placed us here to intervene and discontinue mortality, because it would no longer be necessary to enrich our development as human beings.
What a divine conundrum! We act mortal so that we can learn from mortality. While here, we are given the chance to transcend our mortality and be redeemed, at least emotionally, to our former state of glory—through the power of our mind, which is the true “Holy Spirit.”
This is the mystery of life that, once understood, relieves us of the guilt of living in mortality. This is what Joseph Smith, Jr. could not disclose. By not disclosing his true identity as an equal to our mutual Christ, as well as to all other advanced humans living throughout the Universe, Joseph made us equal to him, so that we might understand the equality we share with THEM.
He died with the secret, but now lives with the answers.