Why I Left The Mormon Church and Became a Daheshist
(20 Minute Version)

Left: Doctor Dahesh in India (1983)

by Darrick T. Evenson
Former Mormon missionary and author of "The Gainsayers"

estimated read time: 20 minutes. 29 brief sections.

Dear Reader,

My name is Darrick Evenson. I was a Mormon from the ages of 18 to 35. I joined the LDS Church in 1979 when I was 18 years old. I officially resigned from it in 1996. I was only active for 8 years, and, half of that time, I was really "semi-active"; although I'd go to Church every Sunday, I kept no callings. Yet, I remained a True Believing Mormon (TBM) from 1979 until 1989. I was never a "Sunstone" (Liberal) Mormon. I believed that Joseph Smith was a Prophet, and that the Presidents of the Church were "Living Prophets". I believed that in General Conference, they spoke as if Jesus was speaking Himself. That is what I was taught, and that is what I believed.

I served an honorable mission to San Jose and San Francisco California (California San Jose Mission 1983-85). I have never violated the Word of Wisdom. I have never committed fornication, nor adultery, nor homosexuality. I am heterosexual. I was never excommunicated. I resigned from the Church in 1996. I went fully inactive in 1989, but did not resign until 1996. I did "try" to come back to the Church several times, but those attempts never "stuck". I knew too much. I never officially requested rebaptism. By the time I'd been a Mormon for 8 years I KNEW that "all was NOT well" in Zion, and, at one time, very naively, I thought I could "clean up" the Church. I was very naive. You can read about that in my online book: Falling Into The Sun!. A link to that online book is below.

In this "20 minute read-time account" and in my online book (Falling Into The Sun!...takes 90 minutes to read) I give many accounts of the paranormal and supernatural. These are things that I truly saw and heard and witnessed! I am NOT LYING about any event I describe. Whether these were true visions, or hallucinations that my own mind created, what I write in these accounts is what I truly saw and heard. A few supernatural accounts are below, but my online book contains many of them. I'd had many supernatural events (or "hallucinations" take your pick) since I was 11 years old, when I had a Near-Death Experience.

I am now a Daheshist, a follower of Doctor Dahesh, the miracle-working Prophet of Lebanon.

Doctor Dahesh (1909-1984) was the miracle-working Prophet of Lebanon. The name "Doctor Dahesh" is as well-known in Lebanon as the name "Abraham Lincoln" is well-known in the United States. The Lebanese consider Him to be either a Prophet, or a miracle-working Saint, or a evil Black Magician, or the greatest illusionist (magician) of all time. He was the most prolific worker of supernatural miracles of all time. A full account of His supernatural miracles are found in "The Daheshist Chronicles"; a series of 13 volumes, about 300 pages each, written in Arabic. The followers of Doctor Dahesh, the Daheshists, believe that He was the incarnation of the Christ-Spirit for the 20th century. More incarnations will come. Another is expected to arise in the 21st century.


The Four and Twenty Elders

The ancient Nazoreans (a sect of Jewish Christians who lived in Palestine in the first century A.D.) believed that Jesus was a Sinless Prophet "in" Whom the Christ-Spirit (Holy Spirit) dwelt, from His baptism in the Jordan River to the Cross, and this Christ-Spirit left Jesus on the Cross: which is why Jesus cried: "My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me?" The Nazoreans were later declared "heretics" by the Catholic Church: which changed Jesus from being "the Son of God" into "God the Son". Daheshists believe that same Christ-Spirit will also overshadow 23 other Sinless Prophets, Who will be born of women, one per century, from the 1st century to the 24th century. We call them the 24 Sinless Prophets.

In the Book of Revelations (Apocalypse) John, the Apostle of Jesus Christ, has a vision. In the vision he sees a Slain Lamb on a Throne, surrounded by seven candlesticks, four "beasts" with six wings, covered with eyes, and around them are 24 thrones. On the 24 thrones are "four and twenty elders" who wear crowns. They toss their crowns off and worship the Slain Lamb Who sits on the Throne.

Revelation chapter 5

The followers of Doctor Dahesh believe that he is Number 20 of these 24 Elders. One "Elder" appears every century, from the 1st century to the 24th century, and Dahesh is "Number 20". These are the true Deputies of Christ. They are not Popes. They are not Patriarchs. They are not theologians. They are 24 Sinless Prophets. You've never heard of most of them, but they are the Regents of Christ on Earth. The Christ- Spirit overshadows these men and speaks and acts through them. Dahesh was Elder Number 20 (for the 20th century). Elder Number 21 is due shortly.

You don't know it yet... but this is going to be the most important thing you will ever read!


Doctor Dahesh ("Wonderful Counselor")

Doctor Dahesh was born in Jerusalem in 1909, with the birth name of Salim Moosa Achi (aw-shee); the son of Assyrian Christians from Mosul, Iraq. They were members of the Alishiyah clan, a clan of Christians who traced their ancestry back to the Prophets Elijah and Elisha. Starting at the age of one year, Salim would work supernatural miracles. He grew up in Bethlehem (Summer months) and Beirut, Lebanon. He spent most of his adult life in Beirut. In 1975, he left Beirut at the beginning of the Lebanese Civil War, and came to New York City. He spent the last 9 years of his life in New York City; although he traveled widely. In 1930 he took the pen name of "Doctor Dahesh" which in Assyrian means "Teacher of Astonishment" or "Wonderful Counselor". He became quite famous in Lebanon as a worker of miracles. Some thought he was the greatest magician of all time. He healed the sick, raised the dead, cast out evil spirits, and caused inanimate objects to become animate. His miracles are in the thousands. Witnesses to his miracles are in the thousands, with hundreds still alive today.

Doctor Dahesh wrote 150 books, including five Books of Revelation. He never married. He lived a celibate life. He never claimed to be a medical doctor. The title "Duktur" in Assyrian, and Arabic, is a title of honor, like an honored teacher. He taught reincarnation, and that the Law of Karma is active upon all things: animate and inanimate. He taught that Jesus could come "twenty centuries" after He was born of Mary; that He would come to the village of Nazareth. The advent of the 21st Elder is due soon.

Hundreds of people are still alive today who eye-witnessed the miracles of Doctor Dahesh, and many of them wrote books or told what they saw in Lebanese and Egyptian newspapers. A full account of the supernatural miracles of Doctor Dahesh is found in "The Dahesh Chronicles"; a series of 13 volumes, 300 pages each, in the Arabic language.

Doctor Dahesh performed thousands of supernatural miracles. Hundreds of people, Daheshist and non-Daheshist alike, testified in first-hand eye-witness accounts of observing one or more of these supernatural miracles; in books or in Lebanese newspaper articles. He founded his own religion in 1943 called "The Noble Spiritual Faith". He taught his disciples to work miracles of healing through something called the "Raamz Rite"; which consists of writing a prayer in Arabic, in a very specific way, burning it, and using the ashes to heal with. Many have claimed instant miraculous healings via the Raamz.

In 1984, Doctor Dahesh died in New York City, at the age of 75. There are about 2,000 Daheshists in the world today: mostly in Beirut, Lebanon, and in and around New York City. The Noble Spiritual Faith is not yet organized, and cannot be, until The Book of Daheshism, by the late Dr. Ghazi Brax (the Apostle of Dr. Dahesh who died in 2014), is published. We do not know when that will be.

Daheshism teaches that we are not "saved" by going to Church, or belonging to any particular religion or church or caste. We are "judged" solely by our "actions" toward other living beings, and by nothing else. Our next moral life is our Day of Judgment for our previous mortal life.


Out of Body (OBE)

When I was 11, in 1972, living in Redwood City, California, I had an OBE (out of body experience), when I had a very bad fever. In great pain. My mom wanted to take me to the emergency room, but I dad refused saying I'd "be fine". In those days (1972), people without insurance or up-front money were often turned away from hospitals I remember not being to able to breathe, and then, suddenly, I found myself floating above my body. I looked down, and saw myself. I was fatter than I had thought. Also, my hair was really messed up, and I had a look of PAIN on my face, which was frozen. I wasn't moving. I remember I was wearing a t-shirt with brown horizontal stripes, and it had a root-beer stain from the day before. I started floating up, back first, toward the ceiling and i started going through the ceiling. I then realized that I had died, but I remember yelling: "No, I'm not ready to go yet!" At that point, I felt a "WHOOSH" and I was sent down back to my body. Back to the pain. Since that time, I've had what some people call ESP and also I've had at least two other OBEs (out of body experiences). I've seen ghosts/shadow people numerous times. I've had prophetic dreams that came true. I've had many "paranormal" experiences; a few of which you'll read about here. Many people who have had NDEs have said the same thing: that after their NDE the "veil" between this Seen World and the Unseen World had become "thin".


Trip to the LA Zoo

I was not raised in any religion, but my Dad believed in reincarnation. A "thought" was always in the back of my head: that Jesus had reincarnated, was living as a man somewhere in the world, with a new name, and I knew him when he was Jesus, and I was supposed to find Him. I had that "thought" ever since I could remember. One day, when I was 16 years old, and living in Santa Monica, California, next to Los Angeles, in January, 1977, I had the overwhelming urge to visit the L.A. Zoo. So, I got on a bus and went to the zoo. The trip took about three hours, because I had to transfer buses twice. I had no car at 16. I lived on the west side of LA. The zoo is north of downtown Los Angeles by about five or six miles, in Griffith Park. At the zoo I saw a group of men speaking Arabic, and this made me curious, so I approached them, and one of them, a bald man of about 60, looked at me and our eyes met, and almost ran over to the others with Arabic speaking men, and he SHOUTED something to the other men, while pointing directly at me. Yelled it...loudly! As he pointed right at me. This scared me, and I walked away as fast as I could. That Man was, I would later find out, a Prophet from Lebanon, and I wound learn much much later in life, a Prophet whose disciples believed he was Jesus reincarnated.


Joined the LDS Church

When I was 18 years old I join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: commonly known as "the Mormon Church". Mormons refer to it as "The LDS Church" or simply "The Church". I explain my reasons for joining the Church, and later resigning from it, in my online book "Falling Into The Sun!"

I was a Member of the LDS Church (aka "Mormon Church") from age 18 until age 35. I served a mission to California. All young Mormon men are expected to go on two year "missions". You're basically a door to door salesman, and your product: Mormonism. I resigned from the Church in 1996. Unlike most ex-Mormons, I did not became an atheist or agnostic after leaving Mormonism.I have a new religion, and I follow a Prophet of Lebanon, who died in 1984. My "testimony" of this Prophet and his religion is not based upon "feelings" but based upon very dramatic events in my life, which I shall describe below. I was NOT raised LDS. I was raised with no religion. Yet, I've always believed growing up that I knew Jesus in a previous life, and that Jesus was alive somewhere on Earth, reincarnated, working miracles, and I was supposed to find him. I believed that, strongly, until I joined the LDS Church when I was 18. While on a mission for the Church that "thought" would come up often, and attributed the thought to Satan.


My "Dream" in 1983 ("He is in New York City")

I joined the LDS Church at the age of 18, in 1979, and was called to serve a mission in 1983. Before my mission I fasted and prayed as to the return of Jesus, because older Mormons were telling me that Jesus would return "at or before the beginning of the seventh thousand years of the Earth's temporal existence, which means at or before the year 2000". That was the belief of most Mormons, especially older ones, in the early 1980s. They believed that planet Earth was only 6,000 years old, and that "there was no death" before Adam and Eve ate a fig, given to them by a talking snake. They believed that Jesus would come rule the planet for 1000 years; beginning at or around the year 2000. This was based upon what they were taught growing up, and upon the book Mormon Doctrine by Mormon apostle Bruce R. McConkie. This is what I was taught in Sunday School. That is what they told me. I was worried that I didn't have enough time to serve a mission, go to college, get married, and raise a family. So, I decide to fast and pray, to find out if they were right or not, concerning the second coming of Jesus.

During one evening I was fasting and praying, I had a dream/or out of body experience (not sure which) where I left my body, traveled toward the Moon, then "Fell" toward the Sun, entered the Sun, eventually met a being of light. I asked the being of light "When is Jesus coming again?" and was told "He is in New York City". Then I woke up, in a cold sweat. Very vivid "dream". I forget most of my dreams within a few minutes or seconds or waking up, but this dream was so vivid that it was like I had it last night. I remember all of it very vividly. This dream or OBE happened in July of 1983. During this time, the Prophet from Lebanon was living in New York City...I would discover this is 2005.

I remembered what the being/angel told me "He is in New York City" and I used to laugh or smirk about it while I was a missionary tracting (going door to door). I thought it was funny that I could have such an outrageous dream.


Writing "The Gainsayers"

We had a lot of trouble with anti-Mormon literature on my mission, and the anti-Mormon film "The God Makers" was being shown at many Evangelical churches. Evangelicals were slamming their doors on us, and a few of the "fanatics" among them (perhaps 5%) would spit on us, or slap us, or try to run out bikes off the road, or threaten to kill us. So, when I got home, I wrote "The Gainsayers" which was a reply to "The God Makers" film. The book ("The Gainsayers") was written in 1985, but it was not published until 1989. It became a favorite of missionaries serving in the U.S. in the 1990s; because the Church did not give them even "one minute" of instruction on how to "handle anti-Mormon questions". So, many Mormon missionaries in the 1990s bought my book and passed it around from one missionary to another. I sold my royalty rights to the book for $400 so I could fix my car.

Today, I realize that while 15% of "The God Makers" film were outrageous lies (some of which inspired the more "fanatical" Evangelicals to threats and even violence), 85% of what is found in "The God Makers" film and books is factual and true. Sad to say that, but that's the truth. The author of "The God Makers" (J. Edward Decker Jr.) was a con-man, and, as a Mormon, had ripped-off hundreds of Mormons in get-rich-quick schemes. He resigned before he could be excommunicated. But he found he could make a LOT OF MONEY preaching against the Mormon Church to Evangelical audiences. And he did. Some anti-Mormon professionals are con-men, no question about it. They are atheists who "pretend" to be Evangelicals, in order to make money: lots of it. However, there "are" honest anti-Mormons too such as Bill McKeever, Shawn McCraney, and some others.

Let me state this again: about 5% of fundamentalist Muslims are "fanatics" and will threaten others or even commit violence in the name of God. About 5% of Evangelicals (fundamentalist Christians) are fanatics, and will threaten or even commit violence in the name of Jesus. Mormon missionaries are spit upon, threatened, have their bikes run off the road, and are sometimes "beaten" by the "fanatical" Evangelicals. Tens of thousands of former Mormon missionaries will "testify" of this if you ask them: especially those who went on missions to the Bible Belt (American South and lower Mid-West). As a Mormon missionary we were spat upon several times, assaulted, several men tried to run us off the road, and I was physically assaulted once. We were threatened with death frequently: all by men (usually large men) who called themselves Bible-believing "born again Christians".

As a Mormon studying anti-Mormon claims, I once prayed to God and asked Him: "Who is telling the Truth, the Church or the Anti-Mormons?" The answer I got was clear: "Both are liars". I rejected that at the time, because it did not make sense to me, but over the next 35 years, I discovered "that" was the TRUTH! Most Anti-Mormons lied, for money. Church leaders also lied....because they believed that was "for the good" of the Members. A way to keep them "faithful" (i.e. unquestioningly obedient to Church leaders).


Letter to a CES Director by Jeremy Runnells

I was once a TBM (True-Believing Mormon). Like all TBMs, I believed the following:

*The Brethren (Mormon Presidents and Apostles) were the closest men to God on Earth.

*The Brethren would NEVER ever "think" about lying to the Members.

That is what I believed as a TBM. That is what every TBM believes. But...that is NOT the truth! The TRUTH is this:

*The Brethren will "lie" and "with-hold information" if they think it is "for the good of the Members". This has been "documented" that they have done this hundreds upon hundreds of times. Many people call this "Lying for the Lord". The Brethren believe they are doing this "for the good of the Members"; to protect them from information that will hurt their testimonies.

*The Brethren claim to be Prophets-Seers-Revelators, but in fact they do NOT "prophesy" nor do they "see" supernatural visions, nor do they receive Thus Saith the Lord "Revelation". They are "prophets-seers-revelators" in NAME ONLY! They know this. This is why when journalists ask them "Have you seen Christ?" and other such questions, the Brethren DO NOT ANSWER THEM but change the subject or answer is a very "obscure" way. This is because they know they are not Prophets, Seers, or Revelators. They know that. But they won't tell the Members that, fearing it would "harm the Members". They are keeping THE TRUTH from you, out of their love and concern for you. The Truth would only "hurt" you, and they don't want you to be "hurt".

If you want to see "documents" that prove that the Brethren have been deceitful with the Members, then get a copy of the book Letter to a CES Director by Jeremy Runnells (a former Mormon missionary). A pdf file of the book is online in the links below. You can also order a copy of the book for a little as $10 via the link at the bottom of this page. The "evidence" is all there!

Jeremy Runnells served a mission (to the deaf) in New York City. He wrote a letter to a Mormon Institute of Religion. These are men (and some women) who are trained in Mormon history and theology (Mormon bishops are not). They work for the Church Educational System (CES). Jeremy read Anti-Mormon claims on the Internet, and wanted "answers" to them, so he could help his brother, who was leaving the Church. Mormon Bishops don't have such "answers". They just tell you: "Don't worry about it!" So, Jeremy wrote to a Director of an LDS (Mormon) Institute of Religion. These men are full-time employees of the Church. They are, roughly, the equivalent of a Professor of Theology in a Protestant seminary. Anyway, Jeremy wrote a bunch of questions, year ago, but the CES Director (Institute of Religion director) never wrote back. Jeremy finally concluded that there are no answers to his questions. He left the Church, and wrote Letter to a CES Director.

I myself (Darrick Evenson) research Anti-Mormon questions for 15 years until I finally resigned from the Church. My research only confirmed most Anti-Mormon claims. Of course, some professional Anti-Mormons are con-men, who will say anything to get Evangelical Christians to give them their money. However, again, Mormon Truth Claims and Anti-Mormon Claims are not decided by personalities, but by FACTS. And the FACTS are clear: Mormonism is a FRAUD:

*The Book of Mormon is not ancient history.
*The Nephites never existed.
*The Lamanites (American Indians) have no (zero) Jewish or Arabic DNA.
*The Book of Abraham is NOT a translation of the Egyptian papyrus that Joseph Smith possessed.
*Joseph Smith was a known "juggler": arrested twice.
*Joseph Smith got Fanny Alger pregnant, 8 years before he claimed God sent an Angel with Flaming Sword to "force" him to have sex with young girls and the wives of other men.
*Joseph Smith publicly said "polygamy" was a "false and damnable doctrine of the devil" but he secretly practiced it.
*Brigham Young had people murdered, and owned a whiskey distillery, a beer hall, and tobacco farms.
*Brigham Young stole hundreds of thousands of dollars a year from the Tithing Office; never repaying it.
*The Church did teach the Curse of Cain Doctrine as "a doctrine of the Church" for 130 years (1848-1978) but now says "it was just some speculation and folklore" (a BIG LIE).
*The Church "changed" the Temple Endowment Ceremony numerous times: removing the Penalties in 1990.
*The Church "changed" the temple garments several times.
*The Church has "changed" and "rewritten" Mormon history, numerous times.
*Mormon leaders have LIED (usually by omission) to rank-and-file Members "for their own good" (to keep them"faithful")
*Mormon leaders cover-up the gross sins (rapes, child molestations, money-making scams) of their blood relatives, who never see the inside of a Church Court.
*Mormon leaders and super-rich Mormons go through a super-secret "Second Anointing" ceremony, where they are told they will become Gods and Goddesses, and "may commit all manner of sin except shedding of innocent blood and denying the Holy Ghost" (i.e. leaving the Church) and still become Gods and Goddesses (i.e. they may lie, cheat, steal, do any sin but the "two" mentioned above and still be Exalted among the Gods)
*Most Mormons believe that Mormon "prophets" see and speak to Jesus in the Temple, but this is false, they do not see or speak with Jesus (except in prayer), and they continue to allow rank-and-file Mormons to believe this myth.
*The blood relatives of top Mormon leaders make many millions of dollars a year, from for-profit Church-owned businesses; that are established and sustained by the "interest" on tithing money.
*The Church built a 1.5 billion dollar "City Creek Mall" next to Temple Square in Salt Lake City. How many orphanages and schools for poor children in India and Africa could have been bought with that 1.5 billion dollars? Who owns the construction companies that build that 1.5 billion dollar shopping Mall?

These are NOT "false Anti-Mormon claims". These are ABSOLUTE CONFIRMED FACTS. I wasted my adult life in trying to refute these FACTS. I could not...because THEY ARE TRUE!

Get the book CES LETTER by Jeremy Runnells. Examine the evidence for yourself. Then give the book to your bishop, or Seminary Teacher, or Institute Instructor, and ask them to "reply to it. They won't. They never will.

Yes, some Anti-Mormons "LIE" in order to make money from stupid gullible Evangelicals. But, there are honest Anti-Mormons too:

*Bill McKeever (Mormonism Researched Ministry)
*Shawn McCraney ("Heart of the Matter" YouTube podcasts)
*Jeremy Runnells (Letter to a CES Director)
*John Dehlin (Mormonstories.org)
*John Larson (mormonexpressions.com)
*Lee Baker (former Mormon bishop)
*Darrick Evenson (Anti-Mormon videos on YouTube)
*a few others...

All of the Anti-Mormons named above were once TBMs (True Believing Mormons) except for Bill McKeever (who was never a Mormon). All served full-time missions as missionaries for the LDS Church: except for Bill McKeever and Lee Baker (who converted as a married adult). All the individuals named above are "honest" Anti-Mormons. They are sincere. If they make honest "mistakes" they correct them.

If you can't afford to buy CES LETTER (10 dollars), then you are welcome to read the free online pdf version. There are pdf versions in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Russian, and Japanese. An html version of the book is being prepared now.

Most Mormons who leave the Church become Atheists or Agnostics. They think like this:

"The Church is false, and taught me lies since I was born. It's all lies! The Church taught me that God exists, so that must be a lie. The Church taught me that Jesus was the Son of God, so that too must be a lie. The Church taught me that there was an Afterlife, so that TOO must also be a lie...because the Church is a LIE and taught me nothing but lies!"

That's how most Ex-Mormons "think". Since the Church is BOGUS, everything the Church taught (i.e. God lives, Jesus lives, there is an Afterlife, etc.) must also be BOGUS. I never thought that way. I've had too many supernatural experiences to "think" in that manner.


From Mormon Apologist To Anti-Mormon YouTuber

In the mid-1980s I wrote a book and did cassette tapes defending the LDS Church against anti-Mormon attacks. My book was called The Gainsayers (published by Horizon Publishers--a large publisher of Mormon books at the time). My cassette tapes series was called "A Defense of the Faith Tape Series" that was published by Tree of Life Productions (a small Mormon tape cassette publisher out of Las Vegas). I was a "Mormon Apologist" (defender of the Faith). My book The Gainsayers was very popular with Mormon missionaries in the 1990s. They used my book because the LDS Church, which has billions of dollars, did not spend one "dime" trying to help Mormon missionaries who had investigators with "Difficult Gospel Questions" (anti-Mormon questions). Not one thin "dime". Many Mormon missionaries lost all (100%) of their golden investigators (i.e. sincere investigators without Word of Wisdom or moral problems) to Anti-Mormon literature in the 1980s and 1990s. The Church did not lift a "finger" to help their own missionaries! My book did.

My book, The Gainsayers, refuted the BIG LIES found in "The God Makers" film by Ed Decker (an ex-Mormon con-man). However, after I wrote that book, I spent many years researching "Mormon Truth Claims". I compared the FACTS with Mormon Church Truth Claims, and the FACTS won!

As a Mormon missionary in the early 1980s, we had a saying: "A man convinced against his will...is of the same opinion still!" It means that MOST people believe what they "want" to believe but not necessarily what is "factual". Most African-Americans do not believe you when you tell them that black chiefs sold their ancestors to white slavers. That is factual, but they don't want to believe it; so, they don't. Christians didn't want to believe that Ed Decker was a con-man, and that his film "The God Makers" contained many LIES. So, they didn't. Mormons do not want to believe the FACTS about Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, Mormon leaders, and the other FACTS about Mormonism. So....they don't. Simple as that.

But..."TRUTH" is not "subject" to our wants, and desires. Truth is not necessarily what we "want" to believe. Truth is independent of our "wants". Most True Believing Mormons who read this will not believe it, because they don't "want" to believe it; even though 100% of what I write her is FACTUAL.

By the same token, most Ex-Mormons who read this article will not believe it; because they are now Atheists, who have concluded, without study, that "all Prophets are false and all religions are myths". Without study! They have made that conclusion because that is now what they "want" to believe. So...they do. Evangelicals will not believe this article because it goes contrary to what they "want" to believe. However, 100% of what I write in this article is the TRUTH, the whole TRUTH, and nothing but the TRUTH! However, again, a man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still.

TRUTH is not subject to our "wants" and "desires". TRUTH is simply what "IS"

In the late 1980s I had a roommate, a BYU graduate, recently divorced from a Miss Utah runner-up (she divorced him because of his multiple adulteries). Over the course of 18 months I saw him take dozens upon dozens of active Mormon women and girls to his bedroom. He told me he had sex with them; although I never actually "SAW" him having sex with them. But these Mormon girls would call during the day, many times, and ask for my roommate and say: "WHY hasn't he called me?? WHY hasn't he called me??" He was "using" Mormon girls for sex, and then tossing them away, picking up a "new" Mormon girl for sex, and then throwing them away, and this cycle continued. I tried to warn the girls. I said to them: "He does NOT love you! He is only USING you for sex! He does not even respect you!" All of them, 100% of them, called me a "Liar" and or a "Loser". Not one of them believed me, even though I told them the PURE TRUTH. I relate this true story in my YouTube video Mormon SEX Scandals and Cover-ups.

These young Mormon women "wanted" him to love them, and marry them in the Temple. But he didn't even respect them. When talking to me, he referred to them as "sluts" and "whores"; yet he continued to use them for sex, and dump them. My warnings were ignored, and they accused ME of being a "liar" when I told them nothing but the Truth.

I told the Mormon bishop of the Ward I attended (a Young Adult Ward), that my roommate was "having sex with" dozens of young attractive Mormon women, and girls, and then tossing them to the side. He said: "I find that HARD to believe! Mormon women would NEVER DO what you are accusing them of doing!" Again, just like before, the Bishop did not WANT to believe the Truth, so...he didn't. He married a Mormon woman and later converted. His Mormon wife told him things like "Mormon girls never have sex before marriage" and he believed it. He was like most Mormon bishops I knew: arrogant, self-righteous, and extremely ignorant. He only believed what he "wanted" to believe. Most men are like that. Most women too.

The Mormon girls who had sex with my roommate were not "sluts". They were in "love". They believed he "loved" them too. He didn't. He didn't even respect them. He just "used" them and then tossed them away. The women had love and respect for him, but none for me. Because I was poor. I eventually lost all respect for them. They thought they could have sex with my roommate, then be sealed in the Temple with him, have a happy life, then be exalted in yonder heavens as eternal Goddesses: being served day and night by servant-angels. Wow! They thought they could "fool" God, but God "fooled" them. They were utter fools and Hypocrites of the worse possible kind. I kept on "seeing" the same kind of behavior among Mormons, for years to come. Most of them believe that as long as you don't talk about "sex" and don't even say the word "sex", yet have sex in private, that's okay, God does not care, and all is well. Pure hypocrisy!

Most (just about all) of the Mormon women and girls who gave my roommate sex (mostly in the form or "oral sex" which most Mormons don't recognize as "sex"), later married active Mormon men in LDS temples, and raised their children in the Church. How many of these women "confessed" to their bishops or their husbands that they had "sinned" with my roommate? I think you'd find that none of them did! Mormons believe that if your Bishop doesn't know about your secret "activities" then God doesn't know either, or He just doesn't care.

The Mormons I knew (just about all of them) had an amazing ability to "compartmentalize" their lives into "public" and "private" folders. They were good Mormons in "public" but in "private" they did whatever they wanted to do; even if such activity was completely against Church "rules". For most Mormons there are two "sets" of rules: the spoken rules, and the unspoken rules. Public behavior, and private behavior. Chaste and moral in public, "sexual beings" in private. They saw ____ absolutely NO contradiction___ in this. None.

Mormons love to think of themselves as the Chosen, the very Elect of God. Yet, by their behavior, they are no different from "The World". They lies as much, they commit adultery just as much, they cheat in business at the same rate, they have sex before marriage at the very same rate, as the white American general public does. They are ___no different__! I would say that 10% of active Mormons are very honest/moral, and 10% of active Mormons are VERY dishonest and immoral, and 80% fall in-between those extremes: exactly like the general population does. No difference!

Most Mormons are like most people: they will only accept that they "want" to believe as true, as if "TRUTH" is somehow dependent upon our "wants".

Everything that I write in this article is the studied, tested, verifiable TRUTH! Whether you "want" to accept that, or not!

As a Mormon I would sometimes have a "thought" or a dream that I was going to become an Anti-Mormon. I thought at that time those thoughts were of Satan. However, ironically, many years after leaving the LDS Church, I have produced "anti-Mormon" YouTube videos such as "Mormons & Sex" and "Mormon Secrets". All my YouTube videos are 100% honest and 99% accurate, but, of course, some Mormons accuse me of being an adulterer, liar, Nazi, homosexual, pedophile, or "in it for the money". ALL ___LIES____! I was never any of those things. I've spend thousands doing YouTube videos, and not made a "dime" in return. I'm not doing this to make money. I'm doing this because Mormon leaders are lying (to the public and to the rank-and-file Members) and I feel the "need" to expose their lies. I simply "tell the Truth" about Mormonism and Mormons, which is contrary to how the Church presents itself to the public. I believe people "have the right to know the Truth" and facts. That's all.

There are two types of people in this world:

1. People who believe only what they "want" to believe (as if truth is dependent on our "wants")

2. People who compare claims to known facts, and rely on evidence.

Most people only believe what they "want" to believe. Most Mormons are that way. Most humans are that way.

I spent many years, tens of thousands of hours, comparing Mormon Truth Claims with Anti-Mormon Truth Claims. I "wanted" to believe the Mormon Truth Claims, but the Anti-Mormon Truth Claims turned out to be TRUE (most of them). I had to follow the evidence, even though I didn't "want" to.

For a True Believing Mormon (TBM), finding out the TRUTH about Joseph Smith and Mormonism is like discovering your parents are murderous serial killers. It is absolutely DEVASTATING, and something no TBM "wants" to believe. But...I had to go with the overwhelming "evidence"; like it or not.

Get the book CESL LETTER by Jeremy Runnells. Read it. If you can't afford the book, read the online pdf version. Look at all the evidence for yourself. Most TBMs will never do that. They will wave their hand and say "It's all lies!" without even looking at the evidence. Like I said, Mormons are like most people: if they don't "want" to believe something, they simply don't; evidence be damned.

I list my Anti-Mormon YouTube videos at the bottom of this page.


Resigning from the LDS Church

I left activity in the LDS Church in late 1989, for 10,000 reasons, mostly because the facts of history and science and Mormon Church "truth" claims don't add up with the facts of history and science. I officially resigned from the LDS Church in 1996. This was before the Internet became popular. I did not leave the Church because of moral (adultery, fornication, homosexuality) or Word of Wisdom (smoking, drinking) issues. I had NONE of those problem. I explain my reasons fully in "Falling Into The Sun!"

Most Mormons think that the only reason Mormons leave the Church is "because they want to sin". Because "they want to smoke, drink, commit adultery, and fornication". Some do. Most who leave do not. I did NOT leave the Church for those reasons. I left the Church because the FACTS and Mormon Truth Claims don't add up.

Roman Catholicism teaches that all who are not Roman Catholic will burn in Hell forever.

Islaam teaches that all who are not Muslims will burn in Hell forever.

Evangelical Christianity teaches that all who are not Christians (i.e. Evangelicals) will burn in Hell forever.

Mormonism teaches that all but the most Faithful Mormons, will inherit a "lesser Kingdom of Glory" but that the "Sons of Perdition" (interpreted as those who have left the Church or fight against it) will go to Outer Darkness: they will float in pitch- black coldness forever, crying and gnashing their teeth.

The Eastern Religion (Buddhism, Hinduism, Cao Dai, Taoism) teaches that there are many Hells, but none of them are eternal, and we "go to Hell" based upon our actions: not our beliefs.

Daheshism teaches that we are in Hell-fire now, that any life where there is pain, suffering, deformity, disease, separation of loved ones, violence, pain in childbirth, barrenness, poverty, war, and DEATH, where the rays of the Sun burns and ages the skin is in fact HELL! We go to Hell NOT based upon our "beliefs" but based upon out ACTIONS: how we "treat" other sentient beings (i.e. any being who can feel joy or sorrow).

If Dr. Dahesh really was a Sinless Prophet, and if Daheshism is true, and Mormonism is false, it really doesn't matter; because we are judged by our actions not our beliefs. Believing that the Jaredites (a people in The Book of Mormon) built wooden submarines filled with elephants and honeybees will not condemn us to Hell. Our own "actions" (how we trea others) sends us to heaven or hell; not our beliefs. So, even if Mormonism is false, that is neither here nor there in the grand scheme of things. We are judged by our "actions" not our beliefs. If a Mormon lives a life of good works, they have nothing to fear in the Afterlife.

Believing that Joseph Smith was a Prophet or that The Book of Mormon is history condemns nobody to Hell-fire. Our own actions do. How we "treat" other Sentient Beings condemns us. Sentient beings consists of all people and animals except for fish and insects (who cannot feel joy or sorrow). Whales and dolphin are not fish, but sea-mammals. They can feel joy and sorrow.

Dr. Dahesh taught that the Atheist who does more good works than the Christian or the Muslim, will have a better Afterlife than they do; because we are judged by how we treat others; not by our religion, or church, or what rites and rituals we have partaken of.

Since about the year 2000, the Internet has created a "faith crisis" for hundreds of thousands of Mormons each year, and many of them are resigning from the Church. The Church is getting smaller in Europe, and only "maintaining" in North America because of Hispanic converts and Mormons having babies. The Church is only growing in Africa and among the poor in Latin America: people who have no access, or no easy access, to the Internet. If you want more information on my "reasons" for resigning from the Church, then read the online book "Falling Into the Sun!". It takes about 90 minutes to 120 minutes (two hours) to read. Many things in it will no doubt "shock" you. A link to the online book is below.


I Discover Dr. Dahesh

Since I was 12 years old, I have studied religions. Why? I don't know. I always had a "thought" in my head: Jesus has reincarnated, and He is somewhere on the planet, working miracles, and "I" knew Him in a previous life, and "I" am supposed to find Him. So, I studied all the religions of the world, in great detail. Looking back, I should have studied computers, or medicine, or some other "practical" thing. But, I studied religions. I did that because the "URGE" to do that was overpowering.

I never owned a computer until 2008. I got on the Internet in 1993, when the Internet consisted of about 2,000 websites, and the websites all consisted of a few paragraphs: yellow letters on a green screen. No color or photos or pictures at all. I would go to the libraries (public ones, college ones, university ones), and I'd read all the books I could about all the religions I could find, and then I'd go on the "Internet".

In 2005, I went to the Lakewood Public Library, in Lakewood (near Tacoma) Washington State. I could use the Internet for free, for one hour a day. The computers were in use, so I had to wait. So, I picked up a copy of Melton's Encyclopedia of American Religions. I'd read it before, all sections, except the last section: "Unclassified Religion". So, I started reading that section, and found something called "Dahesh Heritage". Dahesh Heritage was a bookstore operated by the Daheshist Publishing Company of New York City. I read, in that section, how Dr. Dahesh worked many supernatural miracles, and how Daheshists, His follower, believed He was the reincarnation of Jesus. [Right: Dr. Dahesh in His study, House of Dahesh, Beirut, Lebanon, c. 1970]

When I read the section "Dahesh Heritage" in The Encyclopedia of American Religions I felt extreme excitement and I had another, very brief, out-of-body-experience (OBE). For as long as I could remember, I had a "thought" in my head that I knew Jesus in a previous life, and that He was alive and well and living under another name, somewhere on Earth, working miracles like before. And "I" was supposed to find Him. That is why I spent so much time in libraries, reading books on religion. I was looking for Him. And, NOW, in 2005, I finally found Him! My lifelong "quest" was over! The section "Dahesh Heritage" was very brief, only four paragraphs, and there were no photos. But the section contained contact information. As soon as I got on the computer, I emailed "Dahesh Heritage".

In 2005, I came across information about this Prophet from Lebanon in book in a library (Melton's Encyclopedia of American Religions), and I contacted his disciples, and was sent a book about 200 pages. And I saw photos of him, and he was the man I saw at the Los Angeles Zoo in January of 1977, the bald man who shouted and pointed at me to the other men, which scared me and caused me to walk away fast. I discoverd that He was alive and well, and living in New York City in 1983, when I had the dream of falling into the Sun, meeting the being of light who said: "He is in New York City!" I discovered that Dr. Dahesh died in New York City in 1984. His followers believe he is the reincarnation of Jesus. He was born in Jerusalem in 1909, and he died in New York City in 1984. He was alive in New York City in 1983, the year I had my dream/OBE.


My Visitation in 2005

I had been "fooled" into believing that Joseph Smith was a true Prophet of God. I didn't want to be "fooled" again. This time...I would ask for a "SIGN".

A few days after finishing reading the book sent to me by the Daheshist Publishing Company (Lights Upon Dr. Dahesh and Daheshism by Dr. Ghazi Brax), I prayed to the Prophet saying: "Appear to me as Jesus appeared to Thomas and THEN I will believe in you!" I didn't want to be "fooled" again.

About a week or so went by, and nothing happened. One day, in the afternoon, I was reading on my bed. I was NOT asleep. I often read on my bed. I was fully clothed. I had gotten plenty of sleep the night before. I had been up and awake since about 8am. It was now about 2:30pm. There was a lightening storm outside. I heard someone in heavy boots walk on my roof. I lived in a duplex, so I assumed the woman next door, who owned the building, was having someone fix the roof. I thought "This guy is gonna get electrocuted" because of the heavy lightening storm. So, I got up to tell him to get off the roof, but then I didn't hear the heavy footsteps. So, I laid back down on the bed, to read again, figuring the guy got down. I then heard my front door open, and the sound of what seemed like a 400 pound man walking in heavy boots across my living room, down my hallway. My dad weighed 160 pounds wet, so I knew it was not him. I thought "burglar" and I thought about holding my door, but I thought if he has a gun he may shoot through the door. My room door was then opening, no time to "think" of a plan. So, I rolled over and pretended to be asleep; thinking the intruder would notice me there, and quickly leave. Not enough time to consider a "Plan B". Long story short: the intruder sat on the corner of my bed, and the corner went down a long way, almost rolled me back over. I waited for what seemed like a LONG time, then looked over. Nobody. I was SO relieved. Then I looked down at the corner where the intruder sat, and noticed that the corner was still in the DOWN position about 11 inches. Impossible! Because...nobody was sitting there. I then saw with my own "natural" eyes, the corner of the bed slowly go up into its normal level position, and I heard the heavy boots walk to my door, open it, and close it gently. I got dizzy, like I was going to faint, but I didn't. The heavy boots walked down my hallway, across my living room, and I heard my front door open and close, again, gently. I was fully awake. On no medications. Plenty of sleep the night before. I had not drank any alcohol since I was 14 years old. I was 44 when this happened. It was about 2:30pm or so in the afternoon. My room was very light. My drapes were open. It was a cloudy day, with lightening, but my room was very light.

Dr. Dahesh (c. 1980)

NO, I am NOT lying to you! YES...this thing really happened. I really saw it. An invisible man who seemed to weigh 400 pounds, in what sounded like heavy work boots, walked on my roof, through my house, opened and closed doors gently, and sat on the lower-left corner of my bed which went down about a foot! I was not asleep. Not on any medications. No head injuries. This is no "joke". No "gag". No "scam". This is what I saw while I was fully awake.

Was I hallucinating? All I know is this: I was NOT asleep, and that is what I saw and heard. Hundreds of other people, still alive today, most of whom knew Doctor Dahesh personally, have testified of very similar events happening to them, or supernatural miracles they witnessed with their own eyes. Even much more dramatic events than what happened to me. None of them are making any "money" from this. Many of them lost jobs, careers, or were shunned by family and friends, in Lebanon, because of their eye-witness accounts, which were published in Lebanese newspapers. In Lebanon, the Maronite Catholic clergy, and the Sunni and Shi'ite imaams and sheikhs, DO NOT DENY that Dahesh performed miracles, because many of them "saw" those miracles themselves, as eye-witnesses. They simply ascribe the miracles to Satan! When Jesus worked miracles, and the Pharisees and Sadduccees SAW it with their own eyes, they said: "He works miracles from the power of the prince of demons!"

One last time: YES...what I just wrote here is the absolutely truth. I was not asleep. I was not on drugs (never used illegal drugs) nor medications of any kind. I do not drink alcohol. I got lots of sleep the night before. This visitation happened in the afternoon, when I was wide awake, during a lightening storm (which are quite uncommon in Tacoma, Washington State). It...really...happened. Hundreds of Daheshists have had similar, or even more dramatic, experiences.


Many Similar Stories

I later read stories of similar things happening to other followers of this Prophet, and things much, much more incredible than this. The people of reported these things were all educated people, and some of them are still alive today. What I saw is "nothing" to what Dr. Furid Suleiman saw over the course of 20 years. He knew Doctor Dahesh personally. Dr. Suleiman was the most famous dermatologist in all of Lebanon in his day. He attended medical school in Paris. Before he met Dr. Dahesh he was a skeptic and denied the possibility of the supernatural. He wrote a book titled In the Company of the Beloved Prophet, and was an eye-witness to literally hundreds of supernatural miracles he personally witnessed. Before meeting Dahesh, Dr. Suleiman was a skeptic and agnostic. Hundreds of others have similar eye-witness accounts. One of them is Hilda Nassib, who was the personal secretary of Doctor Dahesh for 15 years. You can read her brief account of "11 miracles" she witnessed in this website.

Doctor Dahesh (left) with Dr. Farid Suleiman at the House of Dahesh in Beirut, Lebanon
(c. 1965)

Dr. Farid Suleiman wrote a book titled In the Company of the Beloved Prophet in which he relates perhaps a HUNDRED supernatural miracles he witnessed, during the time he knew Dr. Dahesh. Dr. Suleiman was the most prominent dermatologist in all of Lebanon (if not the entire Arabic-speaking world) during most of his adult life. He was trained in Paris. He was an Atheist after living in Paris for many years. After seeing the miracles of Dr. Dahesh, he became a Daheshist and remained so until his death. He lost many patients because of his testimony of the miracles he SAW Dr. Dahesh perform. He didn't care. His book is available via Dahesh Heritage. It is in Arabic only. Some day it will translated into English and other major world languages.

Hllda Murad Nassib was the secretary of Doctor Dahesh for 15 years, in Beirut, Lebanon. She describes, in her own writing, eleven miracles she personally witnessed. Read her eye-witness accounts, and ask yourself: "Are these the deeds of a magician?" A link to her account is below. Hilda wrote her account long after Dr. Dahesh had died. She did not receive a "dime" in writing her account. None of us do. We simply write what we saw and heard. Hundreds of us who still alive today. Hilda later worked for the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington D.C. At the time of this writing (2016) she is still alive and living in Virginia.


Dr. Ghazi Brax

Dr. Ghazi Brax was a Professor of Literature and Psychology at the University of Beirut, in the late 1960s. He was born and raised as Maronite Cathollic (like most Lebanese Christians), but, by the time he got his Ph.D., he was pretty much Agnostic. A friend told him about Dr. Dahesh, and Dr. Brax replied: "Unless I see him perform a miracle with my own eyes--I won't believe it!" So, Dr. Brax went to the House of Dahesh in Beirut, a former Russian Consulate with a 15 foot high parlor ceiling. Dr. Brax writes in his book, THE BOOK OF DAHESHISM, that he sat waiting for Dr. Dahesh to come into the parlor. He looked up, and saw a GIANT walking into the room; about nine feet high. Dr. Brax was in shock, and stood up to run, but froze. They shook hands, and the hand of Dahesh was twice the size of his own hand. The two men sat down, and as soon as Dr. Dahesh at down, He appeared as a "normal" man (Dr. Dahesh was 5 feet 10 inches). Dr. Brax said he knew from that moment on, that God was real, and Dr. Dahesh was a true Prophet. He quit the University of Beirut, and spent the rest of his life editing books by Dr. Dahesh.

In 1975 Dr. Brax came to New York City, and ran the Daheshist Publishing Company and the Dahesh Heritage Bookstore, until his death in 2014. THE BOOK OF DAHESHISM is not yet published. In this book, Dr. Brax relates about a hundred more miracles that he saw Dr. Dahesh perform over the years that he knew Him.

The "Invisible Man" who walked on my roof, and through my house, and into my room, and sat on my bed, in 2005, "sounded" like a man who weighed about 400 pounds, wearing heavy work boots. I suppose a "9 foot man" would weigh about 400 pounds. I saw no man at all. I saw nobody, but I heard the giant footsteps. My entire house shook when He walked. The corner of my bed went down about a foot. I sat on that same corner later that day, and it went down maybe 5 inches. I weighed at the time about 240 pounds. The unseen "being" did not say a word to me. But I saw the corner of my bed s-l-o-w-l-y rise to level, then I heard the heavy boots inside my room, with the door opening and closely by itself: gently. I heard the heavy boots walk out of my house. Daylight. Afternoon. Wide awake. Daheshists who knew Dr. Dahesh, saw much MUCH more dramatic supernatural miracles; right in front of their eyes.

Hundreds of people still alive today, doctors, lawyers, university professor, business men, artists, poets, scientists, all TESTIFY that they "saw" with their own eyes, Dr. Dahesh perform supernatural miracles, that no magician could perform. None of us make money on our eye-witness accounts. WHY are you doing this? Are we "all" having the very same "hallucinations"?

Think for moment...yes...this is REAL!

If Daheshism is true, then that would mean...

*Adam was not the first human, but the first "Adamite" (man with a God-breathed Soul)
*We are judged by our actions towards others, and NOT by our religion, rites, church, nor by our obedience to popes, priests, patriarchs, pastors, or prophets.
*Mormonism being true or false is completely and utterly irrelevant to our Day of Judgment.
*Our Day of Judgment is our next mortal life where we are punished/rewarded according to our "actions" (i.e. how we "treat" others).
*God exists, and Jesus really was Sinless Prophet Number One.
*Jesus was born of a literal virgin, worked literal miracles, and His death on the Cross "saves" all men and women from soul-death in the Spirit-World.
*Dr. Dahesh really was Sinless Prophet Number 20, and He came to teach us THE WAY to the Heavenly Planets.
*Sinless Prophet Number 21 will announce Himself in Nazareth about/around 2030 A.D.
*We shall all see our loved ones again in the Spirit-World: no "sealing" rite is necessary: we are all "sealed" to our loved ones by the karmic binds of love.
*Heaven is a Kingdom of Planets "more advanced" than planet Earth.
*Hell is a Kingdom of Planets where the rays of the Sun "burns" and ages our skin and inner organs: where there is a injustice, famine, war, crime, violence, pain in child birth, disease, deformity, torments, tyrants, separation of loved ones, and death.
*Dr. Dahesh taught His disciples how to heal via the RAAMZ rite.
*We shall all have many lives on many different planets.
*The physical body, made of dust, returns to dust and is never resurrected: only the soul is eternal and immortal.
*The resurrection of the dead does not refer to jumping out of our graves (with dirt flying everywhere), but it refers to becoming alive (conscious) in the Spirit-World.
*The Law of Karma is operative upon all things: animate and inanimate.
*The Wheel of Rebirth is Hell, and it is eternal, but we can "escape" (be liberated from) the Wheel of Rebirth if we so choose, at any time, via following THE WAY to the Heavenly Planets.
*THE WAY to the Heavenly Planets is outlined in The Book of the Divine Guide.
*Those who lead a life filled with good works, obeying the Golden Rule in all cases, whether they are Atheist or a Religionist, shall have nothing to fear on their Day of Judgment (next mortal life).

Is all that __SO__ BAD?



Age the age of 17, young Salim was spending another hot Summer in Bethlehem, Palestine, with his aunt and uncle. A party of Assyrians (Iraqi Christians) had come to Bethlehem on pilgrimage. They wanted guides to take them to the Pools of Solomon (small reservoirs near Bethlehem) so they could cool off and have a picnic. Young Salim and his friends volunteered. Salim could speak Assyrian, as well as Arabic. As the Assyrians gathered around the pools, one of them said to the others: "If Jesus were here today, He would walk on this water!" Salim heard that and said: "Yes, yes, I can do that!" and proceeded to walk across the pool, and back. The Assyrians were dumbfounded, and checked his shoes, which were completely dry. Several of them jumped into the pool, searching for a wall that Salem walked upon. None were found. When the Assyrians realized this was a miracle they shouted "DAHESH! DAHESH!" which means "WONDERFUL! WONDERFUL!" in the Assyrian language. It is the same as an American shouting "OH MY GOD! OH MY GOD!" From that day on, the friends of Salim called Him "DAHESH".

Dahesh had only three months of schooling as a child. He taught Himself to read and write. He would speak Assyrian and Arabic, but no other languages. While in a trance, He would speak English, Franch, Hindi, and other languages, perfectly, without accentt, as was attested by many people who spoke those languages. His disciples began to call Him "DUKTUR DAHESH". The term "DUKTUR" ("dook-toor") means "Teacher" or "Counselor". The title "DUKTUR DAHESH" means "Teacher of Wonder" or "Wonderful Counselor". In the 1930s he wrote many books. He was the first author, that I know of, who said that the Earth has been visited by "people form other planets" for many thousands of years. Even longer. Most of His books are simply long parables. Some are poems or prose. Others are social commentaries. He wrote five books of Revelations: The Gospel of Love, My Testament, Paradise, the Inferno, and The Book of the Divine Guide.

Dr. Dahesh was the "darling" of the Lebanese art community. Many of His followers were artists and sculptors, and poets. They would give Him works of art. He would trade it for other works of art. He eventually became the largest collector of 18th and 19th century European Academic paintings in the world. His collection is on display at the Dahesh Museum of Art, in New York City. He made His living from his 150 books, and also from selling and trading works of art. He performed, on average, one supernatural miracle a day. People would come from all over Lebanon, and Palestine, and Egypt, and Jordan, and sometimes from France or Germany, to "witness" His supernatural miracles. He never disappointed them.

In 1943 Dahesh founded His own religion, the Noble Spiritual Faith (also called "Daheshism"). The Noble Spiritual Faith accepted all the major Prophets (Moses, Zoroaster, Jesus, Muhammad), and all the Divine Guides (Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Mahavira, etc.). All the major books of scripture (Torah, Bible, Qu'ran, etc.) were accepted as coming from the same God. Thousands of Lebanese began to join the Dahesh Mission: Christians, Druze, and Muslims. This ENRAGED the Maronite Catholic clergy of Lebanon, and the Sunni and Shi'ite Muslim clergyman as well. They went to the President of Lebanon and DEMANDED that "something be done about this Dahesh". They did not deny He worked miracles. Nobody could deny it...they all SAW it. They simply told everyone that He did miracles by the power of Satan. They said that He healed children, raised the dead, and cast out demons, by Satan's power. The scribes and Pharisees said the same thing about Jesus, 2,000 years ago.

In 1944, the President of Lebanon had Dahesh arrested for "Spiritism" (because Dahesh would materialize the dead relatives of Daheshists who would appear and speak to their loved ones...in broad daylight in the House of Dahesh). Spiritism (i.e. holding seances) was illegal in Lebanon at that time. Dr. Dahesh was thrown into a jail, then taken to the Syrian border and told "Walk...and don't come back or you will be killed!" He walked through Syria to Turkey, and then from Turkey into Iran. It tooks months to do. In Iran, He was arrested as a spy for the French (Lebanon was a French Protectorate at that time). He has no passport. He said "I am Salim Moosa Awshee, or Beirut, and I am called Dahesh, and I am not here to spy but to do the Will of my Father Who sent me." He was shot by firing squad in Iran. The Iranians sent photos of this back to Beirut. The photos were published in all the Lebanese newspapers in Beirut (Dahesh was famous by then). His followers gathered at the House of Dahesh in Beirut to mourn His death. Then, the front door opened and Dr. Dahesh walked in and said: "Why are you all sitting around so sad?" Many Daheshists reported that Dr. Dahesh had the ability to be in more than one place at the same time. They swore to in their testimonies (read The Testimony of Hilda Nassib in the links below).

In the early 1930s Salim Moosa Awshe (also spelled Salim Mousa Achi) was becoming famous in Lebanon as either a worker of supernatural miracles, or the greatest magician of all time. Thousands of people a year went to see Him, at the House of Dahesh in Beirut. He healed thousands, instantly. He cast out demons. He raised the dead (at least four times). He caused inanimate objects to become animated. He turned water into wine. He caused birds in paintings to become alive and fly around, right in front of numerous witnesses. He continued this until 1975, when He moved to New York City. The miracles continued. He died in April of 1984, due to a heart attack. In 1983, the year I had my "dream", He was alive, well, and living in New York City.


Not A 'Gag'

No, this is NOT a "gag". This is NOT a "con". This is NOT a 'joke'. I don't want your money. You keep it. I represent no "church" or "cult" that is going to ask you for your money and free labor. Daheshism is not a "church" nor a "cult". Daheshism is a set of beliefs. No, this article is not a "sadistic joke" on the reader. Everything I wrote herein is the pure truth of what really happened to me. The "visitation" of the Invisible Man in heavy work boots in 2005 was not a dream, not an OBE. I was wide awake, in my room, reading a book, when I heard someone walking on my roof. It was in the afternoon, and my room was very light. There was a lightening storm outside. I was on no medication. I do not drink. Never tried an illegal drug. No head injuries.

I always had the belief, even as a young child, that Jesus was alive and working miracles and I was supposed to find him. Had this belief until I joined the Mormon Church. As a Mormon I still had this belief, but I attributed it to Satan. I believed that Satan was trying to keep me from being a True Believing Mormon. I realize now that belief was from God. My "urge" to go to the Los Angeles Zoo in January 1977, on a cloudy overcast day, with the fact that I didn't particularly fancy going to the Zoo ( loved libraries and bookstores) was NOT a mistake nor a coincidence. I was supposed to be there that day, the only day Dr. Dahesh ever came to Los Angeles. I never "heard" the name "Doctor Dahesh" until 2005. Our eyes met. He SHOUTED something to the Daheshists with Him, while He pointed at me. I have no idea what He shouted. But it scared me, so I walked away as fast as I could.

After my dream/OBE in 1983, where I fell into the Sun, and inside a being of light said "He is in New York City" I had an almost overpowering "urge" to go to New York City. But, I fought it. I was called to go on a mission for the Mormon Church. I had no money to go to New York City, so, I went on a mission for the LDS Church instead. My bishop paid for my mission. I believe now, that God would have provided the "means" for me to go to New York City in 1983. And, had I gone, would have somehow met Doctor Dahesh, who died in April, 1984, in New York City. He was calling me to go meet Him, but, unfortunately, I went on a mission to California instead.


The 21st Sinless Prophet

Salim Moosa Awshee (Dr. Dahesh) was Number 20 of the 24 Sinless Prophets. All of Them bare the Christ-Spirit. They are twenty incarnations of the very Same divine Soul; called the Logos, the Word, the Lamb of God. They are not in competition with each other. They are One. The Christ-Spirit entered the baby Salim when He was only one year old, at the Presbyterian Mission Hospital, on the Mount of Olives, in Jerusalem, in 1910; when the Earth was traveling through the tail of Haley's Comet. Every eye saw that comet. It was huge in the day and night sky.

In His book Memoirs of Jesus of Nazareth, Dr. Dahesh says that Christ shall return to Nazareth "exactly twenty centuries" after He announced He was the Christ, in that village, 2,000 years ago. Scholars think that Jesus first announced He was the Messiah, inside the Nazareth synagogue, anywhere between 24 and 31 A.D. Somewhere in that time period. Exactly 20 centuries later, would put the date at 2024 to 2031 A.D. Within those years, the Christ-Spirit will return. Perhaps He will be born during those years, sometime. Perhaps He has already been born, and will announce Himself during those years. We don't know. Nazareth is a city in Israel, and consists of Arab-speaking Muslims and Druze. Perhaps He will be born elsewhere, and simply "announce" Himself in that city. Perhaps He will be born there. Perhaps He is now a child, a Druze child, learning Arabic, and Hebrew, and English, and working small miracles like the child Jesus did. We don't know. We don't know His name. We don't know His religion. All we know...is that He will "appear" in Nazareth, sometime within those years. Look for Him! Find Him, take your cellphone camera, and record His miracles. See for yourself!

A Druze Elder teaching a young Druze boy to read Arabic (Nazareth, Israel)

Why did all this happen to me and not you? All the visions, the visitation in 2005? Read FALLING INTO THE SUN! and you'll understand "why".


I Don't Believe In Taking Snakes

Some have emailed me and said "Why haven't you accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior?" I did, in 1979, and Jesus literally came through the wall of my bedroom. I heard Him moan. I could see the crown of thorns, and blood running down His face. All the color white, the same as the wall. I go over this in my online book FALLING INTO THE SUN. Hallucination, or vision, THAT is what I saw.

As a Mormon I was told that Adam and Eve were two white people who dwelt in the Garden of Eden, in Jackson County, Missouri. There were no humans before them, and that dinosaur bones were the remnants of other planets broken up and used by God to create this planet. I was told the Earth was only 6,000 years old, that there was no death before Adam bit into a fig, given to him by Eve, given to her by Lucifer who appeared as a talking snake. I CANNOT BELIEVE I EVER BELIEVED THAT CRAP! How could any intelligent person, who is not retarded or a small child, believe in that? Well...I did. Not because I wanted to, but because I was told I had to believe it...because Prophet of God taught it. I did not know at that time, that Brigham Young and other early Church leaders taught that the Garden of Eden story was "a children's rhyme" and not to understood literally. Nobody ever told me that. I had to discover that by myself.

I don't believe in talking snakes. I don't believe that all languages came from the Tower of Babel. I don't believe that dinosaurs bones are from other planets, nor that all the dinosaurs drowned in the Flood of Noah. I can no longer in such ABSURDITIES! Evangelicals always told me to compare the Book of Mormon to science, and see if it would pass scientifically. It doesn't. But, when I compare Evangelicalism to science, it also FAILS the scientific tests! Evangelicals say: "Oh, No! You can come Mormonism to science, but you CANNOT compare Christianity to science, because, in that case, science is not to be trusted! You can only trust science when examining Mormonism and all other non-Christian religions. But, science is NOT TO BE TRUSTED!" That's what I was told, man times, and the Evangelicals saw no contradiction whatsoever. I did.

In my online booklet FALLING INTO THE SUN I donate an entire chapter to the "Reasons Why" I am not an Evangelical Christian. The reasons are sound. Evangelicals are like Mormons: they see only what they "want" to see, and are "willfully blind" to anything which goes against their own narrative. Muslims are the same. Catholics are the same. Atheists are the same. That is a part of human nature. Mormons think they are different and "special" and more intelligent than others. They believe that the Jaredites came from Asia to America, in wooden submarines, with elephants and honey bees, and traveled on the sea with these creatures for 344 days, and had magical "stones" that provided light in the barges. Science says: That could NOT have happened. Elephants need tons of vegetable matter to daily, and honey-bees need to eat honey, which they get from living blooming flowers. Mormons say "Well, God made the elephants and the honey bees able to live without food for 344 days as they crossed the Pacific ocean". ABSURD!!! Evangelicals do the same thing, when they "try" to explain how plants and whales were created before the Sun, Moon, and Stars (Genesis chapter 1), and how Joshua stopped the Sun from moving in the sky, or how lions and tigers in the Garden of Eden ate grass, when their bodies cannot digest grass or any plant! ABSURD!!! Ridiculous. Stupid!

I do in fact accept Jesus as my Lord and Savior. He even visited me in 2005, during a lightening storm. He came through my wall, in 1979: the same color as the wall (pure white). Both events were as real to me as me typing this right now on my computer. I accept Jesus, and I believe there was an "Adam" and and "Eve". I just don't believe they were the first people on Earth. I don't believe that the Garden of Eden was in Missouri. I believe it was in Egypt. I don't believe in talking snakes! I don't believe a whale swallowed Jonah for three days. It would be impossible for any man to breath in the stomach of a whale. He would be killed just from the stomach acid. However, I "can" believe that the Story of Jonah was a parable. But I CANNOT believe it was literal. The same is true regarding Adam and Eve. I CANNOT believe in the Mormon or Evangelical version of that story. I CANNOT BELIEVE IN TALKING SNAKES. However, I can believe it is a parable, and a parable that was based upon real persons and events that occurred in Egypt about 1350 B.C. Watch the YouTube video below, and you'll find out what I believe about Adam and Eve, and the "talking snake".

Atheists say that the story of Adam and Eve is based upon "pure mythology". This is not true. The story of Adam and Eve is based upon two historical people: Pharaoh Aye and princess Khiyah, who lived in the 12th century B.C., and dwelt in a walled Garden, called the Garden of Maru-Aten, in what is now Amarna, Egypt. The Garden of Maru-Aten included a "Tree of Life" shrine (all Egyptian gardens had one), a large evaporation pond, fruit trees of all kinds, a "Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil" and a small zoo. Watch the video below, and you'll see what I mean. The Garden of Maru-Aten really existed. You can go to Amarna, Egypt, and see the foundation of the Garden. The foundation still exists to this day.

When I was a Mormon, large Evangelical "bullies" threatened me many times. They called my mother a "whore". They suggested I had sex with my mother. They would sometimes spit on me. They threatened to kill me numerous times. I would say: "Didn't Jesus say: 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you?" Blood would rush to their face, and they would then RUSH me and SCREAM one inch from my face: "DON'T QUOTE THE BIBLE TO ME YOU F***KING MORMON! That verse only applies to fellow Christians, and YOU'RE NOT A CHRISTIAN!!!!" Some of them said: "We have a RIGHT TO KILL YOU, because you Mormons commit blasspheme!" I had such experiences many, many times, dealing with "born again" Christian men. The would use foul language, and threaten to "beat the shit" out of me or to even kill me. Dozens upon dozens of such experiences. Evangelicalism has a "problem" with violent fanatics, just like Fundamentalist Islam does. The only reason there is not a lot of Christian on Mormon murders and rapes (although these things have happened), is because the Christian men fear the Law, and fear going to prison. If they had no such fear, there would be thousands of such murders and rapes each year; all in the Name of Jesus.

I am NOT saying that all Evangelicals are bullies, or even fanatics, but a "percentage" of them are. I know this...because I SAW it. I'm saying that Evangelicals are very simple-minded people; just like Fundamentalist Muslims. If you try to have a reasonable respectful debate with a Muslim, they'll wind-up threatening violence. The same is true with Fundamentalist Christians. As long as they are winning the debate, that's fine, but the "minute" they begin to lose arguments, they revert to violence or at least the threat of violence. Happened to me perhaps 100 times when I was a Mormon, before, during, and after my mission. The large BULLIES who called themselves "Born Again Christians" would threaten to kill us, call our mothers whores, spit in our faces...all in the Name of Jesus, and thinking they were doing God a huge favor.

Evangelical Christianity is an Anti-scientific religion which is based not upon fact but upon "emotion" and "feeling". It preaches that Adam and Eve were the first humans, that Satan appeared as a talking snake, that the Fall of Adam came about because Adam and Eve bit into an apple (Mormons say a "fig'). All dinosaurs drowned in the Flood of Noah. All languages came from the Tower of Babel. All races came from the three sons of Noah and their wives. There was no death before Adam bit into an apple about 4,000 B.C. All of this ABSOLUTELY CONTRADICTS science, and the scientific ___FACTS___ thus far gathered. And if you disagree with an Evangelical Christian, they'll either condemn you to eternal Hell-fire (and smile as they do....because the thought of non-christians burning in Hell forever gives them intense pleasure), or they will threaten to kill you or threaten you with bodily harm: as large Evangelical men did to me many, many, many times, when I was a Mormon. Evangelical Christianity is a religion for the simple-minded just like Fundamentalist Islam. Those are religions for the ignorant and simple-minded; not for "thinking" men and women.

Mormonism is a religion for Morons Yes...I used to be on! Anyone who believes in talking snakes, and that nothing on Earth died before Adam bit into a fig...is a MORON! I used to be one! Evangelicalism is a religion for Idiots. You can "have" both. I don't want them. I don't want to be a moron or an idiot. These are not religions for "thinking" people. I've studied all the religions of the world, since I was 12 years old. I am now 56 (2016). Most people accept the religion of their parents, or their family, or their tribe. They are Sheep. Other people choose a religion they fancy, as if truth is subject to their wants and desires. Those are Shoppers. Other people worship only their own ego, and say "There is no God or gods" when in fact they worship their own Ego as their only God. We call them Atheists and Agnostics. Perhaps 1 in 10,000 people are Seekers of Truth. They study all religions, in their search for Truth. I am a Seeker of Truth, and, I found it.

Mormons based their "testimony" that the Church is true on "feelings". So do Evangelicals. So do Muslims. So do Catholics. Mormons point to their healthy well-behaved children, and to their house, and their status, and say: "Look, God has given me all these blessings because I'm in the One True Church!" Seventh-day Adventists say the exact same thing. So do Evangelicals. Hindus point to their beautiful wives, and their healthy well-behaved children, and to their nice homes and say: "Ganesh has given me all these blessings because I offered him flowers!" Ganesh is the Elephant-headed god of India. Mormons have the same "faith" in their Church as Hindus have in Ganesh, and the will offer you the very same "proofs".

When Jesus was on Earth, He offered His miracles as "proof" He was the send by God and the Messiah. His enemies did not deny He could work miracles, but ascribed them to Satan's power. When Dr. Dahesh was on Earth, He offered His miracles as "proof" He was sent by God. His enemies did not deny He would work miracles, but they ascribed them to Satan's power.

As a Mormon, I was told that the Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Missouri, and that there was no death anywhere on the planet, before the Fall of Adam. I was told that dinosaurs never lived on this planet, but their bones were remnants of other worlds, broken up so the Lord could make Earth. I was told that Adam and Eve were the first humans on this planet, and Cain killed Abel, so God turned Cain into the first Negro, and Cain married his white sister, and God turned her into the second Negro. I was taught that Lucifer appeared as a talking snake to Eve, and gave her a fig. Today, I cannot believe that I EVER BELIEVED THAT at one time. Yet, I did. I once believed in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy when I was a child. But when I got older, I put aside childish beliefs. I cannot believe in Mormonism, nor in Evangelicalism, nor in any religion that teaches that the Earth is only 6,000 years old, or that there were no humans before Adam and Eve, and that there was no death before Adam and Eve bit into an apple or fig offered to them by a talking snake. I don't believe in talking snakes, or talking whales, or that the dinosaurs died in the flood of Noah. I don't believe in such ABSURD RIDICULOUS DOCTRINES. At one time I could. As a young Mormon convert of 18 years, I was told by other Mormons (mostly older men) that I "had to believe" in all that because "Prophets of God taught it!" I no longer believe those Mormon men are Prophets. I believe they were false prophets. I do not believe in popes, or patriarchs, or pastors or mullahs or imams or ayatollahs. Anyone who tries to make me believe in talking snakes I don't believe, nor accept, nor follow, nor submit to nor give my money to; not matter how many times they threaten me with eternal Hell fire. I CANNOT BELIEVE IN SUCH RIDICULOUS THINGS!!!

I don't believe in talking snakes!!! Do you???

However, I DO believe that the story of Adam and Eve is a parable, a children's story, that is based upon real people, real events, and a real garden that existed in ancient Egypt. Watch the video below (16 minutes), and all that will be explained to you.

At the bottom of this page you'll find a video called Jesus Reincarnated in 1909. That video is about 20 minutes long. It will explain to you the following:

*How the story of Adam and Eve is based upon "real men" (and a real woman) who lived thousands of years ago.

*The reason "why" Jesus had to die on the Cross.

*What the "symbols" (forbidden fruit, Garden of Eden, talking snake, etc.) in the Story of Adam and Eve really means.

Is taking 20 minutes out of your life to "discover" these things really such a self-sacrifice?

About 90% of Mormons who lost faith in Mormonism become Atheists or Agnostics. They are "done" with religion. Not me. I've had too many paranormal experiences.

I have not become an Atheist, nor Agnostic, because of the many paranormal experiences I have had. You can read about them in FALLING INTO THE SUN. There are many of them, and they REALLY occurred. A link is at the bottom of this page. 100% of these experiences I really, truly, had. Were they all the result of hallucination? Read them, and judge that for yourself. Thousands of other Daheshists have had the same, or similar, or even more dramatic, supernatural experiences. Are we "all" having the exact "same" delusions?


The Raamz

Dr. Dahesh taught His followers a very special prayer called the "RAAMZ" (Arabic: "Remembrance" of God). One draws a star on a yellow piece of paper, with a pencil. Then one writes the name of five Prophets in the corners of the star (Star of Solomon--like on the Flag of Morocco). Then one writes the "name" of the person to be healed, and the date: all in Arabic. Then one recites a certain prayer, in Arabic. Then one folds the paper in a very precise and exact way. Then you burn the paper on a plate. Then you pour water or olive oil into the plate, and use the ashes on the person needing healing while you say: "In the Name of God, the 20th Spiritual Fluid, and the Beloved Guiding Prophet, Amen". Many instant healings have occurred from the correct use of the RAAMZ. Dr. Dahesh used it to raise the dead. Daheshists have used it to heal burns, scars, and diseases. It is very difficult to learn, and only those who are very dedicated and believing have taken the time and effort to learn it.

Dr. Dahesh emphasized, that the RAAMZ cannot replace medicine or surgery. It is there when medicine and surgery fails to heal.

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Dahesh: Another "Joseph Smith"?

Many ex-Mormons reading this email and say: "Dr. Dahesh was a fake, just like Joseph Smith: just like all so-called "Prophets" in all religions!" Without any study, they have concluded that "all religions are lies". Of course, this is an emotional reaction to discovering they'd been deceived all their lives. Nobody can "know" if all Prophets are false until, and unless, one has studied their teachings, prophecies, and claims, and "compared" such teachings, prophecies, and claims, with the KNOWN FACTS (i.e. "Reality"). I have done so with Joseph Smith, and Dr. Dahesh, and hundreds of others, over the last 37 years. I sacrificed marriage, children, and college, to do this. Some say I did so "foolishly". I agree, but it was something I HAD to do! Most men are driven by the desire for sex and wealth. Some men are driven by their lust for power over others. Some men are driven by their lust for drugs or alcohol or gambling, or fast cars or dangerous sports. I was/am driven by an absolutely overpowering LUST for TRUTH. You'll find out "why" I had to do so, in the online book FALLING INTO THE SUN! which is linked below.

Below is a brief comparison of Joseph Smith and Doctor Dahesh:

Joseph Smith: wrote three First vision accounts, all contradict each other.
Doctor Dahesh: would materialize dead relatives and also various prophets and "messengers from other planets" in the House of Dahesh, in daylight, before multiple witnesses.

Joseph Smith: told many women (some married) and young girls that an "angel with a flaming sword" would kill him, and maybe also them, if they did not become his "spiritual" wives.
Doctor Dahesh: never married, and no woman (or man) ever came forward to claim "He tried to seduce me".

Joseph Smith: translated gold plates into The Book of Mormon (accepted as history only by Mormon scholars) and Egyptian papyrus into The Book of Abraham (Egyptologists laugh at Joseph Smith's "translation")
Doctor Dahesh: Wrote 5 books of Revelation, spoke languages He never studied fluently, but only while in trance, and materialized ancient Prophets in broad daylight in front of multiple witnesses.

Joseph Smith: apparently performed one miracle early on, healing a woman's withered arm, in 1831, but no known miracles after that.
Doctor Dahesh: performed on average one supernatural miracles a day, including rising the dead, healing scars, giving sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, animating inanimate objects, turning water into wine, walking on water, appearing in different places at the same time, materializing dead relatives and ancient Prophets (from this planet and other planets) in broad daylight in front of multiple witnesses, etc.

Joseph Smith: practiced polygamy in secret, and denied he was a polygamist in public.
Doctor Dahesh: never married, and no known sexual partners.

Joseph Smith: Prophesied that the Son of Man would come in the year 1891.
Doctor Dahesh: Prophesied of the Kennedy Assassination four months before it occurred, and named "Lee Harvey Oswald" as the assassin (published in Lebanese newspapers before the event)

Joseph Smith: closest associates in the Church later left the Church and called him a "adulterer" and "fallen prophet" (David Whitmer, Martin Harris, Oliver Cowdery, Sidney Rigdon, half of original Mormon Apostles, etc.)
Doctor Dahesh: none of His disciples ever spoke evil of Him, although some left the Dahesh Mission for various reasons.

Joseph Smith: Arrested twice for being a "juggler" (con-man), and used his peepstone to locate buried treasure, but he apparently never found any.
Doctor Dahesh: Arrested one time for "Spiritism" (communication with the dead), because He was materializing dead relatives in front of their living relatives, in broad daylight, at the House of Dahesh in Beirut.

Joseph Smith: When he "married" young teen girls and the wives of married men (and his own foster daughters), Joseph Smith instructed them to "LIE"; to not tell their families they were his "wives" and to deny it if asked.
Doctor Dahesh: No evidence He ever lied about anything; nor did Dr. Dahesh ever tell anyone to lie for any reason.

Joseph Smith: Assassinated by an Anti-Mormon mob in June of 1844. Apparently, not yet resurrected.
Doctor Dahesh: Assassinated by an Iranian firing-squad near Tabriz, Iran, in 1944, but was resurrected (as was Lazarus) and appeared back in Lebanon a few weeks later. Died of a heart attack in 1984, but visited the bedroom of Darrick Evenson, in Lakewood (near Tacoma), Washington State, USA, in 2005, and sat on the corner of his bed for what felt like the longest time.

Dr. Dahesh taught that Jesus was "raised from the dead" like Lazarus; who later died again and was buried. The physical body, made of dust, always returns to dust. Only the soul is immortal.

No, Doctor Dahesh is not "another Joseph Smith". He translated no ancient records. He did not have many wives. He had "zero" wives. No woman, or man, ever said: "He tired to seduce me". He lived a life of celibacy. His prophecies came to pass! Thousands of people witnessed his miracles, and hundreds of them are still alive today; with even MORE dramatic eye-witness accounts that my account. We are NOT making money on this! None of us are. We saw what we saw. Our "testimonies" are not based upon "feelings" but upon being "eye-witnesses" to absolutely supernatural miracles. Hundreds of us...still alive today.

Daheshists believe that the Christ-Spirit has incarnated (become a Man) on this planet many times, with many different names. He came in the 1st century as Jesus of Nazareth. He came in the 20th century as Salim Moosa Achi (Doctor Dahesh), and He will come again, born of a woman, in the 21st century, and appear in the city of Nazareth; working supernatural miracles as before. Perhaps He has already been born. I don't know.

Nazareth, Israel. The 21st Sinless Prophet will announce Himself (or be born here) around 2030 A.D.

No, "Darrick Evenson" is NOT the 21st Sinless Prophet! The 21st Sinless Prophet will probably be Arab-speaking (as His first language), and probably born in Nazareth, Israel. He will be born, or announce Himself, in Nazareth around the year 2030 A.D. He will never say "I am Christ" (Jesus never said that, and Dr. Dahesh never said that). Only false christs say "I am Christ". He will work miracles, and teach reincarnation. He will teach that we are judged by our actions (how we treat others), and not by our beliefs.


To Be A Daheshist

Dear Reader,

To be a Daheshist, you do not need to attend any Church on Sunday (or any other day). There is no tithing. There is no Bishop sitting behind a desk to ask you if you masturbate, or if you "follow the Brethren" or who asks you about your private sexual behavior. There are no requirements of hair, beard, or how many earrings you may have in your ear. There is no requirements on what goes into your mouth; only what comes out of your mouth. to be a Daheshist means you believe in the following:

*Keep the Golden Rule with all other beings: no exceptions whatsoever.
*Do no harm
*Give a portion of your income to help the widows, and orphans, and to those who cannot help themselves (such as the children of the poor)
*Reincarnation is true
*The Christ-Spirit will overshadow 24 Sinless Prophets, beginning with Jesus in the first century, and ending in the 24th century with the 24th Elder.
*The Law of Karma is operative upon all things (what goes around comes around)
*Negative actions draws karma to our souls, which attaches to our souls, and to rid ourselves of karma we must either suffer or practice "virtue".
*Jesus paid for the original sin of Adam (i.e. the sin of Pharaoh Ay son of Yuya in the Garden of Meru-Aten) on the Cross: granting to all Adamites "salvation" from soul-death.
*Only those who become Perfect shall be born above into the Kingdom of Heaven.
*Our Day of Judgment is our next mortal life, where we shall be rewarded, and punished, for our deeds in this life.
*We are judged by our "deeds": how we treat other beings, and not by our "beliefs" (what doctrines we accept or what religion or church we belong to)
*Doctor Dahesh (Salim Moosa Awshee) was Number 20 of the 24 Sinless Prophets.
*The 21st Sinless Prophet will announce Himself in the city of Nazareth, Israel, sometime in this century (approx. 2030 A.D.).
*The Kingdom of Heaven are planets, much more advanced that Earth: which is a planet in the Kingdom of Hell

That is all that is required to become a Daheshist. Nothing else is required. There are no required Sunday meetings. No tithing. No tithing settlement. No Bishops to appease. No "Brethren" to blindly obey. Everyone will have a copy of The Book of Daheshism, and that will be their Guide. Daheshism is not something you "do" on Sunday. Religion is about "how" we treat others, because we are "judged" by no other criteria.

Dahesh Temples will be hospitals for poor children, and clinics to "heal" people from addictions, and homes for widows and orphans. No Masonic-like rites. No ridiculous temple robes. No useless "rites" for the living or the dead.

His Five Holy Books explain in detail what "Heaven" and "Hell" is like (they are planets), who goes where, and why. They explain THE WAY to the Heavenly Planets, and how to walk it. These books are not yet published.


The Testimony of Hilda Nassib

Yes, this story is the truth, the pure truth, and nothing but the TRUTH! Hundreds of people have recounted similar things, and even much more dramatic events than my 2005 visitation, surrounding Dr. Dahesh. Hundreds who are still alive today. Just about all of these people are highly educated. Doctors. University professors. Attorneys. Judges. Artists. Poets. Business people. You can read some of their eye-witness accounts in "The Book of Testimonies About Dr. Dahesh". Email me, and I'll send you a link to it.

Hilda Nassib was a Palestinian woman living in Jerusalem in the late 1950s. Her husband died, so she moved to Saudi Arabia to find a job. There, she met someone who told her about "Duktur Dahesh" in Beirut, Lebanon, a Man of Miracles. She told others she was going to Beirut to meet Dahesh. Some said "He is a Black Magician, say away from him!" and others said: "He is a hypnotiest, and he will hypnotize you and make you think he works miracles!" She became very curious, so she went to Beirut to meet Him, and immediately observed some of His miracles. She decided to stay in Beirut, and she became his personal secretary for the next fifteen years. In 1975 she, along with many other Daheshists, moved to the U.S. to get away from the horrible Lebanese Civil War. She took a job with the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, D.C., and lived in Virginia. In 2015, she was still alive, and living in Alexandria Virginia.

You are invited to read Hilda Nassib's brief account (2 pages) of eleven miracles she witnessed performed by Dr.Dahesh. A link to her article is below.



The Noble Spiritual Faith is not an "organization". It is not a "church". It is a set of beliefs and principles. Meetings are not required. The Noble Spiritual Faith has no popes, no bishops, no tithing, no tithing settlement, no mandatory meetings. However, the UNITY organization (formerly called "The Unity School of Christianity") has invited Daheshists to join UNITY churches. The UNITY churches are NOT the "Unitarian-Universalist" churches! The two organizations have no connection to each other. UNITY is headquartered in Lee's Summit, Jackson County, Missouri. There is a UNITY church in most cities in the North America. Daheshists are allowed to join UNITY and even become Licensed Unity Teachers and UNITY ministers. A link to the UNITY website is below.

Joining UNITY is completely and utterly "optional" for Daheshists. Again, Daheshism is not a "church" but a set of beliefs by which we govern our own lives, and live our lives day to day; knowing that we shall not be "judged" by our beliefs, but by our "actions" (i.e. how we "treat" others), and by nothing else.


Jesus "versus" Dahesh

Jesus and Dahesh are not in competition against each other. Dahesh (Salim Moosa Awshee) WAS Jesus of Nazareth in a previous incarnation. This is why Dahesh wrote Memoirs of Jesus of Nazareth in the first person. He IS Jesus of Nazareth! Christians think that Jesus is up in "Heaven" sitting upon a Great White Throne, with His "wounds" in His hands and feet not yet healed, still bleeding a little, waiting for the Day He will come back to Earth, sitting or standing upon a cloud, or suspended in a cloudy sky, spitting fire-balls upon the wicked. But...that isn't reality.

Like all souls, the Soul of Jesus has had a number of lives on this planet. He was Adapa, the first priest of the Sumerians. He was Melchizedek, king of Salem. He was an Egyptian Pharaoh, who dwelt in a walled Garden, in ancient Egypt, who committed a "sin" with an Egyptian princess, and was "cast out" of the Garden.

He was Jesus of Nazareth, born of a virgin, Who lived a sinless life, worked miracles, and died on the Cross, to "pay" for the Sin of Adam. God does not punish one Son, for the "sins" of a different Son. Adam is called "the Son of God" (Luke 3:38).

The Soul of Jesus has returned many times, one time per century, and will continue to do so, until He comes as King of kings and Lord of lords, in the 24th century.

Dahesh and Jesus are not in "competition" with each other. They are the Very Same Soul. "Salim Moosa" means "Peaceful Prince". "Duktur Dahesh" means "Wonderful Counselor". He was oppressed by the Lebanese goverrnment. Isaiah wrote:

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. (Isaiah 9:6)

Read FALLING INTO THE SUN! and you'll discover who "I" am, and why I was given the "knowledge" from birth that Jesus was alive and well and working miracles, somewhere on Earth, and "I" was supposed to find Him.

I always "knew" that Jesus was alive and on Earth, when I was growing up. Always knew it. After I became a Mormon, and I was told that Jesus had not yet returned, I attributed my "knowledge" to my own imagination. But, I always "knew" that Jesus had reincarnated, was somewhere on planet Earth, and that "I" was supposed to find Him. Read FALLING INTO THE SUN!. It takes about 90 minutes to 120 minutes to read. There are many accounts of the supernatural and paranormal therein. All true accounts.


Is Daheshism A "Cult"?

What is a "cult"? Catholics called Protestants "cultists". Protestants call Mormons "cultists". Mormons call Mormon polygamists "cultists". It means "We don't like you!"

Daheshism is not a "cult" because it has no "cult" practices such as:

*Giving your money to a charismatic leaders (Dahesh is dead and He never asked anyone for money).

*Blindly obeying a charismatic leader or leaders (Daheshism has no leaders).

*Shunning your friends and family (there is no shunning in Daheshism....Mormons "shun" people who leave the Church, and also they shun the poor, the fat, the unattractive, and the mentally ill).

Daheshism has no "cultic" practices. Naturally, Christians will consider it a "cult"; because some of its doctrines are diametrically opposed to those of Evangelicalism.

Dr. Dahesh KNEW more about God, Heaven, Hell, and Jesus than any Pope, Patriarch, Priest, or Pastor. He was Jesus in a previous incarnation. We don't judge Him...HE judges us!

Dr. Dahesh wrote The Gospel of Love. God does not desire to leave any souls in Hell-fire (reincarnation on the Hell-worlds like Earth). He wants to save us all, and that is why He sends Sinless Prophets, to show us THE WAY back to the Heavenly Planets.

THE WAY back to the Heavenly Planets is not easy. It can't be done merely by reciting the Sinner's Prayer, nor by eating bread and wine consecrated by a Catholic priest. No rite or ritual can cause us to be born again into the Kingdom of Heaven. No church or religion causes us to be "born again". THE WAY is only revealed to those whose hearts are pure, and who are ready to walk that Straight and Narrow Path.

The Evangelical "Christian" (?) men who threatened us, and spit upon us, and told us they "had the right to kill" us because we "blaphemied Jesus" when I was a Mormon missionary, thought they were "Born Again". They weren't. They are the children of Hell-fire. Self-deceived. Self-deluded. Enemies to God. They were no different from the "Muslims" of ISIS who rape little girls, and murder the innocent, all in the Name of God; thinking they are serving God thereby. They shall have their "reward".

I have no interest in worshipping the "Jesus" that is worshipped by Evangelical Christians. A being who creates billions of souls, with the foreknowledge that the great majority of those souls will burn in Hell, be tortured, for all eternity I have no interest in worshipping a "god" that tells me I can murder millions, rape my own daughters, lie, cheat, and do all manner of evil, and, "if" I say the Sinner's Prayer on my death bed, I'll go to eternal Heaven; while the man or woman who does good works all of their life, cheats no one, harms no one, lies to no one, does good toward all, will burn in eternal Hell-fire and be tortured forever just because they weren't a "Christian" or they didn't believe in the "Trinity" or the 66 books of the Protestant Bible. I cannot worship such a "being" as that. To me, such a being sounds like Satan! I cannot worship such a being. Not now. Not ever. Never!

Dr. Dahesh taught that Hell was a "symbol" of any mortal life on a Hell-world where the rays of the Sun "burn" and ages our skin, and where there are "demons" (sociopaths) who torment us, where there is war, famine, violence, injustice, sickness, disease, deformity, "bitter fruit" (negative consequences), "iron chains" (addictions), where we drink boiling hot water (birth water) and freezing cold water (cold water fills out lungs at death), separation of loved ones, and DEATH. We are literally "burning in Hell-fire" now! That is why our skin "melts". That is why our organs fail. That is why we DIE.

Hell-fire is reincarnation on the Hell-Worlds like Earth. And "Salvation" is being liberated from the this endless "return" to mortal lives where there is so much pain and sorrow.

In the Middle-Ages, Catholics tortured and killed thousands of Protestants, and Protestants killed thousands of "heretics". Christians killed Jews. Muslims kill Christians. In India, Muslims kill Hindus, and Hindus kill Muslims, and both Hindus and Muslims kill Christians. All thinking: "I am doing God a great service by ridding the Earth of these heretics and cultists!"

As a Mormon missionary, Evangelical men (large ones) would threaten to kill us, try to run our bikes off the road, call our mothers "whores", spit in our faces, slap us, chase us away with guns, and sometime physically assault us. I saw several of them crying, praying to God, saying: "God, why can't I KILL THEM NOW....ON THE SPOT? WHY???!!!!" They prayed to God to murder us. All in the Name of Jesus!

I would say: "Did not Jesus say, Do unto others as....." And the large "Born Again" men would get one inch from my face and SCREAM: "Don't quote the Bible to me your F***KING MORMON! That Verse applies to Christians only, and YOU'RE NOT A CHRISTIAN!!!"

Perhaps 100,000 former Mormon missionaries, still alive today, will tell you that a "Born Again" Christian man threatened them, or spit upon them, or called their mother a whore, or tried to run their bikes off the road, on their two year mission. Yet, a friend of mine, a prominent Evangelical (his name known by millions of Evangelicals), said: "Darrick, THAT NEVER HAPPENED.... no Christian would EVER DO the things you say they did to you!"

Again, I have 100,000 witnesses who are still alive today who will say: "YES...THEY DID DO THAT! They did that to us when we were Mormon missionaries!"

Again, for most Evangelicals, and for most Mormons, TRUTH is whatever they "want" to believe; as if TRUTH is determined by our "wants".

On the other hand, Dr. Dahesh taught that the Golden Rule applies to all Sentient Beings; all being that can feel joy and sorrow.

Daheshism teaches that we must keep the Golden Rule with all sentient beings. Not just all human beings, but all animals as well. All beings who can "feel" joy and sorrow. All of them have souls. All of them are precious. We are "judged" not by our church, or our religion, or what "rites" and rituals we have partaken of, nor if we accept the Trinity, or the Bible, or the Quran. We are judged according our works; means our "actions towards other sentient beings". We are judged by no other criteria.

A Daheshist loves everyone in the world: the Christian, the Jew, the Muslim, the Druze, the Buddhist, the Jain, the Sikh, the Taoist, the Cao Daiist, the Animist, the Pagan the Wiccan, the Agnostic, and the Atheist. The Atheist who does more good works than the Religionist, shall get a greater reward on their Day of Judgment: which is their next mortal life.

Daheshism is the Gospel of Love. We love our neighbor the Jew, the Muslim, the Christian, the Druze, the Buddhist, the Jain, the Sihk, the Animist, the Pagan, the Wiccan, the Agnostic, the Atheist. We love our neighbor as ourselves: no matter his race, or his creed, or his politics, or his nationality, or his church, or his religion, or his lack of religion. It matters not to the Daheshist.

Dr. Dahesh taught that the purpose of the Religion of God was not to "kill heretics" nor to learn long complicated theological dogmas, nor to say "My religion is true, but your religion is false, so I SPIT UPON YOU!" The purpose of the Religion of God is, as Jesus said it was, to do the Will of the Father on Earth, as it is done in the Kingdom of Heaven. To feed the hungry, clothe the naked, shelter the homeless, care for the orphans and widows, to forgive and let God "repay". To be Peacemakers. And to prepare one's own soul for their Day of Judgment: which is their next mortal life.

To the Daheshist, we are all brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, of the same GOD, and we treat everyone, with no exceptions whatsoever, as we would treat our own mother, or father, or sister, or brother, or son or daughter. That is the Gospel of Love.

Dr. Dahesh is not "opposed" to Jesus! 2,000 years ago, His Name was "JESUS'.

Left: Jesus (based on the image on the Shroud of Turin) Right: Dr. Dahesh (c. 1950)

He is coming again, to Nazareth, soon. Look for Him! He is coming down from heaven like He did the first time...via the womb. He will perform miracles, like before. They will say "He works miracles by the power of demons" as always. He will announce Himself in Nazareth. Perhaps sometime around 2030 A.D. Look for Him then.

"I was ordered by my Father to descend to this ungrateful world, and so I did. Not a single person is good--indeed, no one does good but God, Blessed be His Name! As for me, I have pledged myself to walk the Path of Truth, the Path of Divine Love, the Path of Divine Light. No matter what tribulations and calamities come my way, no matter how much I am persecuted, no matter how much I am tormented, no matter how much I suffer and weep, no matter what befalls me of afflictions and calamities, my right hand shall never yield the torch of Truth imparted to me by my Heavenly Father to bring light into the regions of this world of extreme darkness." (Dahesh--Memoirs 1:20-22)

Upper Right~Dr. Dahesh/New York City/1983



*Died of a fever, for a minute, at age 11, and had an OBE, the first of at least three in my life. Since that time, I've had prophetic dreams and psychic "flashes" that would come true. I give many examples of that in "Falling Into The Sun".

*Had an "urge" to go to the Zoo in January 1977, when I was 16, and while there saw this portly bald man at the L.A. Zoo on the only day that Dr. Dahesh he the Los Angeles area. We meet eyes, and He YELLED something to those me with Him, while pointing directly at me. This scared me, so I walked away fast. I had no idea who He was or what He was, other than a bald man pointing at me and yelling to the others he was with something in Arabic. I did not know Him. He somehow KNEW me!

*In 1983 I was preparing to go on a mission for the LDS Church, as most young Mormon men do. I was told in Sunday School by a teacher that Jesus was returning before the year 2000 (believed by many older Mormons in the 1980s). I wanted to know if this was true or not, so I fasted and prayed. I had a "dream" that I left my body and started flying toward the Moon, but was jerked away and headed for the Sun. I fell into the Sun, and met a "being of light". Was told in a dream or OBE that "He is in New York City" in 1983, and discovered in 2005 that man was living in New York City in 1983. Never knew the name of this Man until 2005.

*Served a Mormon mission in San Jose and San Francisco, California. Had this thought "He is in New York City" many times during my mission, remembering the dream I had in 1983. I just laughed/shrugged it off and kept knocking on doors. i describe my missionary experiences (supernatural and otherwise) in "Falling into the Sun!" (link below) in Chapter Three ("Mission IMPOSSIBLE"!).

*Because of many negative experiences and threats of violence from the more fanatical Evangelical "Christians" on my mission (most Evangelicals are not fanatics but some are, and the fanatics threatened us and spit upon us because we were Mormon missionaries), I decide to write a book answering "The God Makers" anti-Mormon film; because the Church, at that time, did not give the missionaries "one minute" of instruction on "how to handle" Anti-Mormon questions, and, in my mission, most missionaries lost investigators because of "The God Makers" film and anti-Mormon literature. So, I write "The Gainsayers" in 1985, but it is not published until 1989. The book becomes very popular with Mormon missionaries serving in the U.S., especially in the Bible Belt, in the 1990s.

*I had many paranormal experiences in my life, on my mission, and afterwards, and I discuss them all in FALLING INTO THE SUN! (90 minute read time).

*I go inactive in 1989 (the reasons I give in "Falling into the Sun!"). I try to get active again in the Church several times, but nothing sticks. I finally resign from the Church in 1996. I try to come back one more time n 2003, but I decide to stay out for good. I start to study all the world religions, in search of Truth. I was never excommunicated. I never violated the Word of Wisdom, nor the Law of Chastity.

*In 2005, in Lakewood (near Tacoma) Washington State, I first learn about Dr. Dahesh tin a book in a library (Melton's Encyclopedia of American Religions), from it I leaned His name, "Doctor Dahesh", and I learned he was living in New York City in 1983 ("He is in New York City"), that He worked miracles, and His followers believed He was Jesus reincarnated. I am STUNNED!!!

*In 2005, soon after I read a book about Dahesh, sent to me by his followers in New York City, I prayed to this Prophet Dahesh asking him to appear to me as Jesus did to Thomas. He didn't "appear" to me, but He visited me. He was invisible, sat on the corner of my bed, and did not speak at all. The corner went way down, about a foot, which almost flipped me over. I was lying on my right side, toward the wall, pretending to be asleep; hoping the intruder would leave. I was prepared to kick him and run. I look over, nobody there. Then I see the corner slowly rise up to level, then the heavy boots walk out of my bedroom, opening and closing the door gently, down my hallway, across my living room, out my front door. This was not a dream, but happened in daylight during a lightening storm. YES...this really happened!

*Many other of His disciples report similar or even more strange things; such as Dr. Farid Suleiman, who was Lebanon's chief dermatologist for many years. The events that happened to me are "nothing" compared to the events he witnessed and wrote about in his book "In The Company Of The Beloved Prophet".

*In 2015, ten years later, I learned for the first time that Doctor Dahesh was at the L.A. Zoo the same day I was, in January 1977. He was with a small entourage of fellow Lebanese men; all His followers. These were the men speaking Arabic. He was the bald man who shouted at the others while He pointed at me; which caused me to walk fast away (because it scared me). I don't know, today, what he shouted to them. I don't speak Arabic. At the time, he was just a bald man speaking Arabic. I didn't know who he was. He somehow KNEW who I was.

*The Soul of Dr. Dahesh will reincarnate, and appear in the city of Nazareth, in Israel, sometime between 2024 and 2031 A.D. He will work supernatural miracles, as before. He will teach reincarnation, and that God does not care what church or religion we belong to; God only cares how we 'treat" other sentient beings. The 21st Sinless Prophet will be opposed, as Jesus was, but He will gather many disciples. The final ("Omega") Sinless Prophet, the 24th Sinless Prophet, will appear sometime in the 2300s, and fulfill most Christian and Muslim prophecies and expectations concerning the Second Coming of Christ.

*Large "Born Again Christian" men spit upon us, threatened to kill us, did other horrible things to us, on my mission, in the Name of Jesus.

*The purpose of the Religion is God is NOT to kill, rape, spit upon, burn "heretics" and people of other religions, but to LOVE all people, of all religions, and no religion.

*Mormons believe only what they "want" to believe, and so do Evangelicals, and so do Ex-Mormons.

*I spend many years of my life, tens of thousands of hours, and many thousands of dollars, sacrifice college and marriage, to REFUTE Anti-Mormon Claims, but, after many years, I discover that MOST Anti-Mormon Claims are TRUE.

*I don't believe in talking snakes.

*The Story of Adam and Eve is a "parable" based upon the true historical story of an Egyptian Pharaoh named Aye and an Egyptian princess named Khiyah who lived in the Garden of Meru-Aten about 1350 B.C. (the video below explains it).

*I cannot believe in or worship the "Evangelical Jesus" who creates billions of souls, knowing MOST will burn in eternal Hell-fire with no hope of mercy or reprieve.

*Daheshism teaches that Heaven and Hell are planets, and Earth is the highest type of Hell planet; where the Sun "burns" and ages our skin, and where "demons" (sociopaths) torment us.

*Dahehism is not a "cult" (has no "cultic" practices).

*Truth is not what we "want" to believe, but what "IS".

*Dahesh and Jesus are not in "competition" with each other, but are two incarnations of the very same Soul.

*Many are healed via the RAAMZ.

*Dr. Dahesh wrote 150 books, and 5 Books of Revelation.

*The Dahesh Mission is not yet organized.

*Dr. Dahesh is the Peaceful Prince, and the Wonderful Counselor.

*Dr. Dahesh was Number 20 of the 24 Sinless Prophets (Jesus was Number One).

*Daheshism is the Gospel of Love.


Jesus Reincarnated in 1909 (YouTube Video)

We invite you to watch the YouTube video below ("Jesus Reincarnated in 1909") and/or read the online book "Falling into the Sun!". It takes about 90 minutes to read the book. I promise you...you won't be bored! There are many more accounts of the supernatural in the online book. You can read the free online book at the link below.

The YouTube video below is about 16 minutes long. It introduces Dr. Dahesh and explains what the Noble Spiritual Faith teaches about Adam and Eve and the Fall, and why Jesus had to atone for the Fall. No, we don't believe that Adam and Eve were the first humans on Earth! We accept evolution. The story of Adam and Eve is based upon a true historical story of an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, and his queen, who lived in a walled garden in ancient Egypt. They really existed, in the 18th dynasty of Egypt (about 1350 B.C.). Watch the video below if you want to know more about that.

Vision of Ezekiel

Dr. Dahesh was the first author I know of, who wrote that Ezekiel had a vision of an interstellar space ship, and that "people from other planets" have been visiting this planet for many thousands of years. Dr. Dahesh wrote about that in the 1930s. He published about 150 books. Unfortunately, all but two of them are still only in Arabic. One day, they will all be published in English, Spanish, Russian, and most other major world languages.

Dahesh Museum

Dr. Dahesh not only wrote books (150 of them), but He also was an art dealer and collector. He was the world's greatest collector of 18th and 19th century European Academic Art. The Dahesh Museum in New York City displays His massive collection. The museum is on 6th Avenue in Soho, near the Holland Tunnel, in Manhattan. A tour of the museum is free (donations accepted). Just Google: "Dahesh Museum" for times and directions. The staff are not allowed to discuss Dahesh as a Prophet, nor the religion of Daheshism. The Dahesh Mission, which will promote Him and His religion, is not yet organized. Google: "Dahesh Museum" and "New York City".

Mormons Will Not Believe

Mormons will say "This is all lies" because they "want" to believe that Joseph Smith was a true Prophet and that the Church is true. They've "invested" too much money, too much time, too much effort, for it NOT to be true! Even though I spent my adult life doing research to REFUTE Anti-Mormons claims, only to find that most Anti-Mormon Claims were TRUE, they'll call me a "liar". Why? Because they don't want to accept the TRUTH! As if "truth" is determined by our "wants". That's fine. As long as they lead a life filled with good works, they have nothing to fear on their Day of Judgment (their next life).

Mormons are just like most people on this planet; they "believe" ONLY what they "WANT" to believe; as if Truth (Reality) is somehow subject to our "wants" "desires" "fancies" and "whims".

Ex-Mormons Will Not Believe

About 90% of Mormons who lose faith in the Mormon Church and Joseph Smith "lose faith" in everything. They become Atheists, or at least Agnostics. They were told from birth "We have the Truth!" and then they discover they were lied to from birth. It is quite dramatic and traumatic. Once they lose Faith in Joseph Smith, they lose faith in God, Jesus, the Afterlife, everything! They decide "All Prophets are false...and all religions are myths!" without any study! On the other hand, I studied hundreds of "Prophets" and thousands of religions, and compared them to known facts. Ex-Mormons don't do that. They conclude "All Prophets are false and all religions are myths!" based upon the FACT that Mormonism is not true. They will NOT believe in Dr. Dahesh or Daheshism!

Ex-Mormons will say "Darrick is delusional" because they don't "want" to believe in God or the Afterlife. They say: "There are no miracles, so this Dahesh could not have worked any." They say: "Darrick is lying, or he was asleep, or on drugs, or simply out of his mind, and had an hallucination, because invisible men don't walk on rooftops, and they don't sit on the corners of beds, because they don't exist!" Me and thousands of others who "witnessed" the supernatural miracles of Dr. Dahesh are all "delusional" and all of us are having the exact same hallucinations. That's fine, because the Atheist who does more good works than the God-believer, will get a greater reward on their Day of Judgment. We are judged by our "works" (how we "treat" others), and NOT by our "beliefs" (or lack of belief).

Ex-Mormons will NOT believe, because they don't "want" to believe. Simple as that. As if "truth" is determined by our "wants".

Evangelicals Will Not Believe

The Evangelicals will say "Dahesh is of Satan and this fellow Darrick has been deceived by Satan!" and that's fine. They will have their reward, the same reward that the Scribes and Pharisees, who claimed Jesus worked miracles by the power of Be'elzeebub. They'll be in good company. As it says in the Holy Qur'an:

And whosoever is (spiritually) blind in this world shall be (literally) blind in the world to come, and he shall be even further astray from The Way. (17:72)

Evangelicals will continue to be the spiritually blind, who follow the spiritually blind. They will continue to give televangelists and ministers millions, so they can live in mansions, while children in Africa and India starve, and die from lack of medicine, and go without shoes or schooling. They will continue to look up at the sky, looking for Jesus to one day appear. When the Soul of Jesus appears to them, and heals the blind, and the deaf, and raises the dead, and preaches peace unto all, good will to men, they shall SCREAM "False Christ! False Prophet! He worketh miracles by the power of the Prince of Demons!" Just like they said about Jesus, 2,000 years ago.

Skeptics Will Not Believe

Anyone who does not "want" to believe in Dr. Dahesh, simply won't believe, as if Truth is dependent upon our "wants". No man can "know" that "there is no God" unless they visit every planet, and all 11 dimensions; which is impossible. It takes "faith" to say "There is no God". However, Daheshists have no "faith". We simply believe what we see and what we hear. We have SEEN things most people will never see. The Soul of Jesus "returns" every century, and is born of the womb. And the Souls that followed Jesus, in His life, also "return" and are given the right of "Signs". When you SEE supernatural miracles happen before your eyes, in broad daylight, then "faith" is no longer necessary.

I MUST Believe!

As for me, I must believe my own eyes and ears! You believe your own eyes and ears, and I believe mine. I have NO CHOICE. I MUST believe what I saw and heard with my own fully-awake eyes and ears. Everything I wrote here I SAW and HEARD in this article, I really SAW and really HEARD. What I wrote in this article is the PURE TRUTH; whether "you" want to accept that, or not. Truth is not want we "want". Truth is what "IS".

About 1 in 1000 people are Seekers of Truth. They are the Pure-in-Heart. They are the Elect of God. And "they" will believe!

The Book of Testimonies

Thank you for these 20 minutes! I read all comments and answer all questions sent to me. If you want to read THE BOOK OF TESTIMONIES (eye-witness accounts of the miracles of Dr. Dahesh) just ask, and I'll send you the link. If you want to watch some of my Anti-Mormon YouTube videos, I'll list them below. Look for the next Sinless Prophet about the year 2030. He will announce Himself in Nazareth, Israel, working miracles as always. If you hear of Him, go meet Him. See for yourself if His miracles are real or not. Thank you for these last 20 minutes!



YouTube Videos by Darrick Evenson

*Mormons & Sex

*Why I Left the Mormon Church

*Mormonism Exposed 101

*Mormon Sex Scandals and Cover-ups

*Mormon Secrets

*Mitt Romney and the Mormon Curse on Black People

*Mormonism and the Curse of Cain Doctrine

Jesus Reincarnated in 1909 (16 min.)

The Eye-Witness Account of Hilda Nassib (2 pages)
FALLING INTO THE SUN! (Free Online Book--90 minute read time)
Letter to a CES Director (by Jeremy Runnells)

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