20. ibid., pp. 31, 84 "decendents of the ancient Jews"—p.31
28. Smith, Lucy. Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith the Prophet and his Progenitors for many Generations. Liverpool, Eng.: pub. by S.W. Richards for Orson Pratt, 1853. Chapters l-VII are about the Mack family history. Pages 38-44 give lists of genealogical names of the Smith family.
30. Brodie, Fawn M. No Man Knows my History, pp. 18, 85 tells about Joseph Smith's talents. Shook, Charles A. The True Origin of Mormon Polygamy. Cincinnati, OH: The Standard Pub. Co., 1914, p.20 states, "Even in the old Green Mountain State, before the [Smith] family emigrated to the Genesee country (the then West), Mrs. Smith's mind was made up that one of her sons should be a prophet. The weak father agreed with her that Joseph was the "genus" of their nine children. So it was established that Joseph should be the prophet...All acquainted with the facts agree in saying...Mormonism dwelt first in Joe Smith's mother."
31. Launius, Roger D. Joseph Smith III Pragmatic Prophet. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, pp. 7-8. Page ten says, "On one of these two visits, according to Joseph Smith III, the Mormon prophet with another, laid his hands upon my head and blessed me, as his eldest son, to the blessings which had come down to him through the blessings of the progenitors." —This quote was originally in Smith, Joseph, art. "Pleasant Chat," True Latter Day Saints' Herald 14 (Oct. 1868), p. 105.
32. Brodie, op cit., pp. 18, 85 and Springmeier, Fritz. Analysis of Religious Leaders with QA.
33. Lady Queensborough (Edith Star Miller), op. cit., p.165.
35. Billington, James H. Fire In the Minds of Men. NY: Basic Books, Inc., 1980, pp. 21011 ff.
39. Lucy's original manuscript for her book included this information, but the section was omitted by those who printed her book. See Tanner, Jerald and Sandra. Mormonism, Magic and Masonry, p. 20. The information comes from an article by Wesley P. Walters
"From Occult to Cult With Joseph Smith", Jr. Also see Joseph Smith's Bainbridge, NY Court Trials. Part II, pp. 126-127.
42. ibid. and other sources.
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