More ‘consuming fire’ from Warren Jeffs

Imprisoned cult leader Warren Jeffs is once again sharing his messages from God.

In her Polygamy Blog at the Salt Lake Tribune Lindsay Whitehurt writes

Paul Murphy at the Utah Attorney General’s Office sent me three revelations they received today, mailed out by Jeffs’ followers. Read them for yourself here. The first one is dated Monday, Oct. 31, three days after the last set left off.

(The previous set of four revelations was sent to the AG’s office, along with many, many other government offices less than a month ago).

The Halloween-dated revelation is the longest. It promises “a storm of great destructive power” in the US that will “paralyze many parts of thy nation for a time” and calls for the release of the release of both Jeffs and the his other followers in prison.


We’re also looking at a tidal wave in Australia and some confusing things for China, which should “also be warned to cleanse my land of wickedness, not my people” and Russia, which should not “remain on my land of Zion.”

Israel, though, should be protected. The revelation warns Iran to “cease all aggressive power against neighboring lands and people, lest you become a nation no more,” and tells Turkey to aid Israel.

God also calls on Central Americans to “cleanse their own nation” and then to move on to all “lands of Zion.”

In a second document, dated the following day, explains that Jeffs going to prison was a sign of the last days, though “I have commanded my servant to no longer be of an answering to court of persecuting power.”

Imprisoned cult leader comes up with new doomsday revelations

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