Edsil Allred: Patriarchal Blessing of Ross LeBaron, 1934

Central, Arizona   February 9, 1934 Blessing, given by Patriarch Edsil Myron Allred on the head of Ross Wesley LeBaron, son of Alma Dayer LeBaron and Maud LeBaron, born November 16, 1914, in Overton, Nevada. Dear Wesley: In the name of the Redeemer of Israel, I place my hands upon your head and give unto you … Continue reading Edsil Allred: Patriarchal Blessing of Ross LeBaron, 1934

Ross LeBaron: Brigham Young Speaks, 1975

Published by Ross W. LeBaron in 1975, the pamphlet Brigham Young Speaks was a compilation of statements on the Adam-God doctrine, without editorial comments. It was the product of Fred Collier's research, then an adopted son of Ross LeBaron. Later, Collier republished the pamphlet under his name with the title Adam-God in a Nutshell. In … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: Brigham Young Speaks, 1975

Ross LeBaron: Open Letter to Francis M. Darter

Francis M. Darter (1881-1968) was a prolific Mormon Fundamentalist writer. Among the beliefs he espoused was Pyramidology, which proposed that the Great Pyramid of Giza was a "Bible in stone", setting dates, through its measures, for the most important events in human history. Such beliefs seem to have been influential on Ross W. LeBaron, as the … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: Open Letter to Francis M. Darter

Robert Eaby: Ten Weeks of Enoch

Dispensationalism is a Christian concept that became an essential part of Joseph Smith's theology, and of many, if not most branches of the Mormon tradition. According to that view, the interaction between the Deity and humankind has had different eras or periods throughout history, each having its own characteristics and being led by a mortal "head", and … Continue reading Robert Eaby: Ten Weeks of Enoch

Ross LeBaron: The Nauvoo Restoration

In the following excerpt of Priesthood Expounded, published in 1985, Ross W. LeBaron writes about the restoration of priesthood keys he believed took place in the Nauvoo temple. THE THIRD MAN B. F. JOHNSON The Prophet Elijah appeared, with others, in the Kirtland Temple April 3, 1836 conferring patriarchal authority upon Joseph Smith and Oliver … Continue reading Ross LeBaron: The Nauvoo Restoration