Why this preoccupation with all the heavens?
When Abraham gazed into the Urim and Thummim, he was swept away in a vision regarding the heavens. Beyond the violent hurricanes of Jupiter plus the twisted rings of Saturn, past swirling black colored holes and the blinding explosions of living movie stars he traveled until he approached the throne of Jesus. Then, “face to handle, as one man talketh with another,” he talked using the Lord, and like Enoch after him, he was shown “those things which [God’s] hands had made, which were many; and they multiplied before mine eyes, and I could not see the end thereof” (Abraham 3:11-12) before him and Moses. Continue reading “Enoch, Abraham, and Moses all had revelations on astronomy, and Joseph Smith called the newspaper that is first of Church The Evening as well as the Morning Star.”