Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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Re: Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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Shulem » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:39 am wrote:Here we see a seventy (Andersen) adoring the prophets as he works his way up the ladder to becoming a prophet himself. But what prophecy do the prophets give? Anything new and exciting? What new prophecies roll of the tongues of the Mormon prophets other than regurgitated quotes from those who are long since dead? When are the living prophets going to step up to the plate and start uttering new prophecies and demonstrate that they actually SEE the future through their divine spiritual gifts and priestly appointment.
Neil L. Andersen October 1999 Prophets and Spiritual Mole Crickets wrote: This is the kingdom of God upon the earth. You and I are disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is the Son of God. He lives. He directs this work. President Hinckley is His Prophet, and with him are 14 others who hold the Apostolic keys. They are watchmen on the tower, messengers of the warning voice, Prophets, Seers, and Revelators.
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Shulem » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:00 pm wrote:Image

(Elder Neil L. Andersen and his wife, Sister Kathy Andersen, greet youth following a devotional in Puerto Rico on March 17. Elder Andersen visited the Caribbean Area March 11–19.)

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These young persons in Puerto Rico are being sold a bill of goods from a conman. All is well, the Lord is blessing them.

No! In the coming months Maria is going to lay waste to their island, flood their chapels, and cause the island to plunge into total darkness. They will be left to scramble looking for food and water while Andersen comfortably goes to his next destination to feed those people with the same old song and dance.
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RockSlider » Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:22 pm wrote:If only we could identify the sinners who displeased the Lord, forfeited the Prophets blessings and brought this disaster upon the people.
Shulem » Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:51 pm wrote:Behold, the blame lies on those who perpetuate the sins of Sodom and Gomorrah.

Blame it on the gays.

PRIDE San Juan 2017 (1:28 seconds)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rojyBduewko
deacon blues » Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:22 pm wrote:You want a prophecy. I'll give you a prophecy. There will be hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, and famines, somewhere for the next 100 years.

Or I could be wrong. :oops:
Shulem » Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:51 am wrote: I wonder if apostle Andersen will ever make a return trip to Puerto Rico? I wonder if he has the nerve to show his face :oops: there again after all those promises he made to the bleating sheep who marveled at his apostolic blessings.

Somehow, I get the feeling Andersen wouldn't be well received by the Latter-day Saints which he deceived with phony blessings. Do you think he will have the audacity to come back for round two of apostle's blessings? I doubt it, I think he's done with the Caribbean. He best not show his crooked face there again.

Good riddance, Andersen! The Caribbean hates you. Liar!
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Shulem » Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:34 pm wrote:In 1964 the first LDS missionaries arrived in Puerto Rico and in 6 years the first meetinghouse was opened. In 1979, LDS membership in Puerto Rico was a measly 1,900 people, a lot being military. President Spencer Whore Kimball visited the island in 1981 and just 6 years later baseball baptisms helped the church reach the 12,000 figure. Today there are some 23,000 members of the cult residing in poor Puerto Rico. Any hope or promises they received of someday getting a temple have been thoroughly washed away by hurricane Irma. There will be no temple in Puerto Rico and the faith and testimony of those poor people shall surely diminish.

Real missionary growth in Puerto Rico has proven to be a failure. Although a second mission on the island was created in 2007 it was discontinued 3 years later because it failed. Members are stuck having to travel to Santo Domingo just to attend the temple and any promise of them getting their own temple someday has all gone up in a puff of smoke. All those wonderful promises and blessings bestowed by fork-tongued apostles of Mormonism have now been shown to be nothing but well wishes and false prophecies.

Promises and blessings bestowed by elder Andersen upon the unfortunate people of Puerto Rico are no more real or true than the Explanations of Facsimile No. 3. Andersen is a used car salesman pushing his goods and pumping the people for increased church loyalty. What a shyster!
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Shulem » Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:49 pm
Neil L. Andersen wrote:
Don't blame hurricane Irma on me, it's not my fault! The Lord withheld that knowledge from me and I didn't see. I've never prophesied and I've never seen the future. I haven't even seen Christ!

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Shulem » Sat Oct 28, 2017 4:22 pm wrote:For the record, as of right now, 10/28/17, these are the numbers at LDS.org for Poorto Rico.

5 Stakes
29 Wards, 12 Branches


Let us see how these numbers shrink in the coming year thanks to the apostolic blessings left by elder Andersen on the poor suffering saints of Poorto Rico. In the meantime, the well to do saints in Utah will continue to enjoy all the temporal blessings in life including turkey and stuffing during the Thanksgiving holiday. But the saints in Poorto Rico get canned tuna for their dinner, if they're lucky.
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Shulem » Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:32 pm wrote:
Just months prior to the unforeseen devastation of hurricane Irma, elder Andersen made all kinds of promises to the saints in Puerto Rico:
Elder Neil L. Andersen, March 18th, 2017 wrote:The Future of Puerto Rico Is Bright
Hermana Kali Rae Green wrote:He (Mission President) then talked about how when Elder Andersen came and visited Puerto Rico, that there were wonderful things in store for this island and that it would be, “The Miracle of The Caribbean”.

That's a prophecy from a prophet, seer, and revelator. But then came hurricane Irma and changed all that. Today, much of the island remains in the dark and has no electricity. Just now, a major transmission power line failed and now only 18% of the island has power. It's like Gilligan's island, as primitive as can be!

Such is elder Andersen's "Miracle of the Caribbean"! A false prophecy uttered from the lying lips of a Mormon apostle.
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Shulem » Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:27 pm wrote:More bad news for Puerto Rico after Elder Andersen's miserable apostolic appearance and worthless blessings given to suckered Latter-day Saints.

Puerto Rico says Treasury abruptly cutting $4.7 billion relief loan to $2 billion

Nothing like an apostle's blessing to leave you destitute and in the dark. Thanks, elder Andersen! You chum. The miserable saints in Puerto Rico are grateful, you bastard apostle of Mormonism.

Hey, elder Andersen -- you're a lying piece of crap.
DoubtingThomas » Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:28 pm wrote:Well, perhaps Anderson was talking about spiritual blessings
Shulem » Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:40 pm wrote:The so called "Miracle of The Caribbean" turned out to be a big bust. No real blessings at all. It's all just a bunch of malarkey couched in the hidden blessings of spirituality. The whole Mormon religion is a bunch of malarkey.
moksha » Wed Feb 28, 2018 9:46 am wrote:Have any of the Brethren claimed to actually see the future within the last twenty years? What about since 1961 when Joseph Fielding Smith declared that man would never go into space let alone make it to the moon? That statement was even made one month after Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin completed his space orbit of the Earth.

The titles Prophet, Seers, and Revelators are more or less honorific and the Brethren should not be faulted for not actually having these abilities. I mean, what if someone was saddled with the title Plenipotentiary and yet was impotent? Stuff like that happens. Must they be ridiculed because they couldn't get it up or see the future?
Shulem » Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:47 pm wrote:The honorific title of prophet, seer, and revelator is all they really are but it's not what they claim. They claim to have all the same rights, keys, and powers of the so-called prophets of the scriptures who had visions and prophesied -- hence the written scriptures which today's living prophets love to read and quote:

Doctrine and Covenants 107:92

"Behold, here is wisdom; yea, to be a seer, a revelator, a translator, and a prophet, having all the gifts of God which he bestows upon the head of the church."

It's all a bunch of malarkey.
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Shulem » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:10 pm wrote:
It just keeps getting worse! Elder Andersen left the saints holding an empty bag. In the meantime, Andersen no doubt is eating, drinking, and enjoying a life of ease as he travels the world like a rock star pretending he's a prophet, seer, and revelator. All this doom and gloom and he didn't see it coming! What kind of prophet is that?

Another major blackout hits Puerto Rico after 2 power plants shut down

Mar 1 2018, 11:57 am ET

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A blackout hit Puerto Rico's capital and surrounding areas on Thursday after two of the U.S. territory's main power plants shut down as officials warn the power company is struggling to remain operational.

The capital of San Juan was left without power, along with the neighboring municipalities of Caguas, Bayamon and Carolina, company spokeswoman Yohari Molina told The Associated Press. She said crews were working to repair the problem but that wasn't clear how many customers were affected by the outage. More than 970,000 people live in the areas hit by the blackout.
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moksha » Fri Mar 02, 2018 7:05 pm wrote: Forget the titles. Check the current job descriptions. These guys drive Toyota Avalons, not magic carpets. Even with crowds at Temple Square worshipping them, they either put on their pants one leg at a time or have their nurse dress them.

Got to love those nurses.
Paracelsus » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:01 am wrote:The best talking partners are ourselves.
They do never disagree or troll...
toon » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:24 pm wrote:You'd think, given where Puerto Rico is and the economic situation is was in, the better bet would be to vaguely prophesy about some unnamed future trials, with a warning to prepare.

It would have been like Hinkley in 2001 warning about tough economic times. Given the typical economic cycle, it was a no-brainer. But how many times after 2008 have you heard how prophetic he was?
Shulem » Mon Apr 16, 2018 8:03 pm wrote:And to think that elder Andersen left his apostolic blessings to the people of Puerto Rico when in just months the island would be devastated and left in darkness.

Here we have proof this apostle has zero ability to prophecy and protect the members of the church. He's liar for the Lord -- a false prophet.

Puerto Rico's power outage is now the second-largest blackout on record
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