Balint Pataki – Mormon E-Mail Scam

Fake Mormon Indoctrination

This person is promoting his own brand of Mormonism. He does this by convincing other church members that he is a new, reborn prophet. This is in fact not true. This scammer does this in order to make a profit off of fake-Mormon polygamists. For two years after Smith’s death, conflicts escalated between Mormons and other Illinois residents. Smith had predicted that the church would go to the West and be established in the tops of the Rocky Mountains. Brigham Young took Smith’s advice and led his followers, known in modern times as the Mormon pioneers, to Nebraska and then in 1847 to what became the Utah Territory. As groups (over 60,000) arrived over a period of years, LDS settlers branched out and colonized a large region now known as the Mormon Corridor. Young incorporated the LDS Church as a legal entity, and initially governed both the church and the state as a theocratic leader. He also publicized the practice of plural marriage, a form of polygamy.

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