Going to trial. Book of Mormon and a True Messenger to be put on trial.

Christopher has made the decision to attend the upcoming trial to be held on April 23, 24, 25, and 26 2019, in the United States, the State of Idaho, in the case of Nemelka vs. Dschaak. It was Christopher’s decision, alone, to make. Upon attending the trial, Christopher understands that he is allowing himself to be controlled, sanctioned, and jailed by Judge Robert C. Naftz.  Although the matter before the Court is a civil case, Judge Naftz has not kept it a secret that he holds Christopher in contempt, nor has the judge denied his personal prejudice towards Christopher after…

Christopher: Sundry thoughts on E = mc2, Utah, and my emotional disposition about continuing my role.

My task at hand is to finish my autobiography.  It’s not easy bringing the past to mind and remembering what took place to bring me where I am today. So where am I today? Pretty much disgusted with this world … but I’m going to try (because I need the practice for the monthly MWAW BlogTalkRadio podcasts) to get through this post without using a single swear word (profanity) … however, I was happy to learn of something that one of my most loyal and long time supporters said about my use of profanity: “I’m pretty [sure] that if you…

Smart phones, social media, the Internet and the need to be ‘connected.’

During the first MWAW BlogTalkRadio Show held on April 7, 2019, I explained that we would cover why people need to be, or at least feel, that they are always connected to each other and to the world through their smart phones and computers. There’s a very good reason why people who become attached to their smart phone or computer cannot disengage without feeling a sense of unhappiness, anxiety, and disconnect from the world. Let’s see how well I (Christopher) can explain this phenomena from the notes I have taken from my mentors: When we die, our True Self is…