Anthony E. Larson
The author of five books for the LDS audience, Anthony E. Larson is also a journalist, photographer, composer and video producer. An insatiable curiosity has led him to a scholar’s interest in any discipline that relates to the restored gospel, including geology, anthropology, archeology, astronomy, archeoastronomy, etymology, planetary science, paleontology, comparative mythology and comparative religion. More than anything else, Anthony desires to share what he’s learned about events in ancient history that have shaped sacred traditions. His wish is that every Latter-day Saint could have the insight this study has provided for him, personally. It’s a profound exercise in enlightenment that includes the symbolism of the scriptures, the temples and the words of the prophets. “Not only does it increase one’s gospel comprehension many fold, it amplifies and strengthens one’s testimony. In my opinion, every Latter-day Saint should study these things.”
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The Prophecy Trilogy
by Anthony E. Larson
Our solar system today seems so very stable, peaceful and far away. But ancient images, traditions and even our own scriptures paint a very different picture of planets looming extremely close to the earth that inspired awe and worship on a good day. When the relationship between earth and its ancient neighbors became electrically unstable, however, we suffered cataclysmic catastrophes like Noah’s flood, the plagues of Egypt and the prophesied world-wide disasters of the Last Days.
Now for the first time in digital format, Anthony E. Larson brings this ancient hidden story into focus for the LDS reader in a remarkable marriage of the scriptures, some little-known teachings of Joseph Smith and cutting edge electrical and plasma science. The Prophecy Trilogy will open up your understanding of some of the most obscure passages of scripture that have a direct connection to the times we live in such as the Revelations of John and prophecies about the coming Millennium.
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