The Temple of Eve

Over the weekend I was able to go to a holy place, which over many millennia has been torn down and left for ruin. It was a beautiful location where the children of Adam once thrived and worshipped the Lord. The Lord showed me how it was and the details of what occurred there. I saw our Mother Eve, after Adam had already passed, coming to this place to worship. She is the most glorious of women and filled with love and grace. Some day all who overcome this world will meet her and Father Adam in the Eternal World. Here is a portion of my journal:

” . . . and then with arms raised they would often ascend into a vision and know the Lord. Both the women and men would experience this on different holy days, but the place was made sacred by the attendance of Mother Eve. She was bowed down with age and her long silver hair was still beautiful. Her posterity of daughters gathered around her at the sacred circle, a place just west of the temple where they performed the dance of Mother. Because of her it became known as the Temple of Eve, the Mother of all Living. At the time of its use there were large trees growing in and around the temple which shaded it from the sun. The part facing the morning sun was open. It was a beautiful place of red and white with the green foliage. Red was considered the sacred color of holiness.

Temple worship is such a pale resemblance of what existed before. Each person had a guide from the beginning to end and the full purpose was to have an ascension, or vision of God.

The temple can be a wonderful experience. There are temples of prayer, fasting, faith, learning, glory, order, and God. Depending upon your level or preparedness you can experience different aspects of God’s grace and light.

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18 Responses to The Temple of Eve

  1. Rebecca Brent says:

    Wow. Thank you for that. I’m so grateful when I hear accounts about women, especially Eve and Mother.
    In your glossary you’ve defined a temple as “a place where God dwells. usually a place of learning and judgment”
    What kind of temples do we have on the earth now?

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  2. A temple can be any place made holy by God’s glory, the pillar of light.

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  3. Rachel M. Crandall says:

    Thanks, very beautiful. Thanks so much for teaching me, Rachel Crandall

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  4. J B says:

    Finished rough stone rolling a little while ago. “Impressive” is the word I want to use regarding Joseph Smith wanting the temple experience for church members to be similar to your post during his ministry. His individual wittness / teachings, the lectures on faith, his personal experiences etc all clearly unambiguously pointed this direction.

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  5. Karla Mennig says:

    Thank you for this beautiful insight, I long to some day meet mother Eve.
    I went to the Temple today, and I got thinking about Peter, James and John, in the movie is this them as Angels? Or is it just symbolic? Or was this their first life on Earth? Also when They are cast out Satan is teaching their posterity false doctrines, was earth already inhabited by the sons of men when Adam and Eve arrived after being cast out?

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  6. Each of those who have made covenants before birth are administered by angels during their life. It was not Peter, James, and John literally in that fashion for Adam. But, he did receive angelic ministrations leading up to his fulfillment of all his covenants. All the children of men were placed upon the earth around the same time as Adam. Adam was the first to carry the new offspring of God. The book, A Witness of the Temporal Dispensations, touches upon much of this.

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  7. Karla Mennig says:

    Thanks! I read your books, but I find myself needing to read them again, and again, there is just so much information, some goes over my head and my mind can’t absorb it all, but I love it! I feel like a kid at a candy store. Thank you again.

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  8. pjmoblog says:

    Hello Pure Revelations, I thank you for all the work you do in our behalf and your willingness to share your sacred pearls. I thank even more and glorify our Heavenly Father for allowing you to write and bless us with the opportunity to read and to receive spiritual enlightenment as we seek in prayer.
    We are a few privileged. Even me, on the other side of the globe. My wife and I have been blessed in many ways by what you share here. I probably couldn’t explain how it works but I can say that some of my friends don’t get it. They do not understand this “how to”, this way of using the gift of discernment. Apparently they do not use the right criteria to make their judgment or are simply scared. At any rate, I don’t judge them at all, I can only say that their path to enlightenment may be slightly different than mine.
    Many times I felt temped to ask you doctrinal questions. I am pretty sure you would kindly do your best to answer to them, as you always do. But the Spirit constrained me not to do so, but to remember what you repeatedly counsel: ask Father directly! Have your own experiences! You make it very clear that this is the main purpose of your writings, to inspire us in our own individual quests, rather than you yourself be the source of knowledge to us.
    At least that is my understanding. If I eventually ask you any questions, they will be only for clarification on the terms you use, etc., but never to challenge you.
    That been said, I must admit that I greatly benefit from your answers to other people’s questions. A little bit of a contradiction perhaps.
    But here I actually want to share a tiny bit of my own learning journey. You mentioned about evil lineages. Other inspired writers do that too. And something about how the earthly birth of sons of perdition is planned and accomplished. This began to make more sense when you explained how thorough is the need for opposition in all things, corroborated by 2 Nephi 2:11. Since the first time I read those things I started wondering if, at least one of, those evil lineages are the descendants of Eli, the High Priest.
    This morning, as I was studying the book of Acts, specifically Acts 23:12-15, when a group of 40 evil Jews secretly plot by a secret blood covenant to kill Apostle Paul, I pondered again about that. It were priests who had, before, conspired in likewise manner to kill the Savior.
    Then I proceeded to study about the seed of Eli.
    For instance

    1 Samuel 2:12 Now the sons of Eli were sons of Belial; they knew not the Lord.

    “Sons of Belial” is a (poor) translation of VELI YA’AL (בְלִיָּ֑עַל) which means “without value/gain” (without glory?). But sons of the devil would also work too, I suppose. I proceed:

    1 Samuel 3:14 And therefore I have sworn unto the house of Eli, that the iniquity of Eli’s house shall not be purged with sacrifice nor offering for ever.

    Wow!!! This is when I remembered you writing that the Atonement have no effect upon the sons of perdition. The passage is astonishingly clear. And then:

    1 Samuel 4:19 And his daughter in law, Phinehas’ wife, was with child, near to be delivered: and when she heard the tidings that the ark of God was taken, and that her father in law and her husband were dead, she bowed herself and travailed; for her pains came upon her.
    20 And about the time of her death the women that stood by her said unto her, Fear not; for thou hast born a son. But she answered not, neither did she regard it.
    21 And she named the child I-chabod, saying, The glory is departed from Israel

    Now, “I-chabod “(כָבֹוד֙) means “without glory”!!! This was the name of that baby boy!!! And the Lord allowed him to survive a difficult birth and the death of his mother, who felt no joy at his birth, but departed from life with sorrow and hopelessness.

    I didn’t remember reading those specific verses before. All I remembered was that the descendants of Eli were cursed and felt that this had to do with Perdition. So, when I read these verses today, I was astonished. I can conclude that this cursed lineage is still among us today, somehow, the same way as the Cohenim (descendants of the Levite priests) also are, and have a role to play in these last days.

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  9. That’s an interesting train of thought. I cannot comment on this because I have not asked. There are a few families that pass the perdition through their lineage. Originally, many came down through the House of Israel, as did some through Adam’s children. Today, some of the darkest secret combinations are of the House of Israel. I know I often answer by saying to receive your own revelation. I don’t want to deny you the opportunity to ask God for your own clarity. As for your friends, I would suggest offering the books in the order given. If they are uncomfortable with its content don’t dump the heavy information on them. I would go in this order:
    How To Have Your Second Comforter
    How To Open Your Spiritual Eyes
    A Witness of the Gifts of the Spirit
    A Witness of the Heavenly Realm
    A Witness of the Life of Christ
    A Witness of the Temporal Dispensations
    A Witness of the End of Times

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  10. pjmoblog says:

    My apologies if I am prolix but there’s another confirmation of your writings that I learned about and want to share.
    You mentioned in “Witness of the Heavenly Realm” that the throne of God is in the center of the galaxy, clearly confirming both Erik Skousen (Earth in the Begining) and Lynn Hilton (Kolob Theorem) but I am believe yours was and independent witness, not influenced by the former books.
    Still I struggled to understand it. It made perfect sense that the Celestial realm is at the super bright core center of the galaxy, surrounded by the not as bright Terrestrial belt, to say. Lastly, the larger and dimmed galaxy disk is were the Telestial realms are spread, supposedly in different sub-degrees.
    But the fact that the throne of the Father is in the center of this galaxy (Via Lactea or Milky Way, as we call it) puzzled me. Would that mean that His dominions are limited to one galaxy? I know we are talking up to 400 billion stars and probably trillions of planets. But those are still finite numbers, when the Scriptures say that His creations are without number.
    You helped me solve that puzzle when you described that black holes are portals (of course!!) and that there is a massive one in the center of the galaxy, which connects this galaxy with countless others in countless dimensions and that it is through that inter-dimensional connection or portals that Father constantly expands His infinite dominions.
    Now look what I just found yesterday:
    “Scientists are fairly sure that nearly every galaxy has a supermassive black hole at its center—a compact but incredibly massive thing whose gravity warps space so much that light can’t escape it.”
    These articles also mention that the galaxies are connected in smaller clusters, which in their turn are connected in larger clusters, and these to larger ones, possibly to the infinite. So, these countless galaxies are somehow connected through their centers, forming successive clusters moving and dancing constantly in synchronicity and harmony. I can even imagine the geometric designs of these successive galaxy clusters.

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  11. The Eternal Father heads all the Universe. There are many Fathers. The portal at the center of the galaxy is part of a link between all the realms. “Black Hole” is not the best term for it. It is from these portals that new galaxies are formed.

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  12. pjmoblog says:

    Thank you very much for your comment. There must be a reason why the Lord wants us to know that. And yes, I always urge people not to read anything from this blog before they read “How to Have your Second Comforter”. When inquired again, I will now offer this additional advice of following this specific order
    We love you brother.

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  13. C says:

    The Eternal Father heads all the universe?
    When we recite the Sacrament prayer are we then praying to him and not our god, or is that looking too much into it

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  14. Yes, don’t look that far. The purpose of the prayer is to point ourselves to the New Covenant, to receive the Gift of the Holy Ghost, to awake and arise, and embrace the Everlasting Covenant. The nuances and details will be made known in time.

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  15. I thought longtime that the veil in the temple symbolized:
    1- the veil of forgetfulness.
    2- the power of the temple.
    * ( because during the time of crossing the veil I saw sometime sorcerers or wizard fall to the ground and confess that they practice witchcraft. )I was amazed!

    With new true knowledge i get here, I am no more sure of what i thought the veil to be. Please, can you put more light & knowledge about the veil of the temple.

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  16. The veil of the temple is symbolic of the veil between us and the Throne of God. It is true that we cannot remember, but the veil is really the firmament, or barrier of glory that separate us from the Father. As we ascend to Him, by means of the Everlasting Covenant, we gain priesthood until we are ushered into His presence.

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  17. what symbolized the holy of the holies in the temples? Do all the temples get one? what should it be done there? Thank you very much for your comment.

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  18. The Holy of Holies is symbolic of the Throne of God. To approach the Ark of the Covenant was to approach the “Mercy Seat,” and to come to Him.

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