All About the White Horse Prophecy and the Prophesied Son of Kenya

Now that the 2012 Presidential Election is just days away and we have a Mormon running for the White house we have to ask the question?  Can this prophecy be true and if so whats Next? Reports from the United States today are trumpeting the election of Barack Obama VS Mitt Romney However, not to Obama or Romney should these American people be looking for their greatest insight into these men, and their future, but rather their attention should be placed upon last centuries great Prophecy’s.

Prophet Of Barack Obama Warns Of Catastrophic US Destruction


Kenyan Prophet, Johanwa Owalo, the founder of Kenya’s Nomiya Luo Church, and who among the Kenya people of the Luo religion is believed to be a prophet similar to Jesus Christ and Muhammad, and who in 1912 made this horrific prophecy about the United States:

“So far have they [the United States] strayed into wickedness in those [future] times that their destruction has been sealed by my [father]. Their great cities will burn, their crops and cattle will suffer disease and death, their children will perish from diseases never seen upon this Earth, and I reveal to you the greatest [mystery] of all as I have been allowed to see that their [the United States] destruction will come about through the vengeful hands of one of our very own sons.” [1]

[1] “Visions of the Great Nyasaye, A Study of the Luo Religion in Kenya”, Order of Sorcha Faal, Sister Mary McCrea © 1915

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Published on May 30, 2012

Politico’s Isaac Dovere talks about Mitt Romney‘s religious influence on the 2012 presidential election including the effect of the “White Horse Prophecy.” The prophecy, long discounted by the Mormon Church,” predicted a white horse — a metaphor for wealthy Mormons — would rise up and lead America back to greatness after banks fail and the constitution in nearing collapse. with mitt romney securing the republican nomination, the boston globe notes he will not first mormon nominee ever from a major party . the globe says romney has succeeded where other mormon lawmakers have not including orrin hatch and even romney ‘s own father george . statement a new article in politico is getting attention as it highlights romney ‘s mormon faith and resurrects the conversation about an old prophecy once attributed to joseph smith , the founder of mormonism , the so-called white horse prophecy , it is important to note the prophecy was discounted by the mormon church nearly 100 years ago, but according to politico the prophecy predicted a white horse , a metaphor for wealthy mormons would rise up and lead america back to greatness after banks fail and can the constitution is near collapse. politico says romney has mentioned devine influence regarding the constitution several times on the campaign trail but the cam taken has not responded to the request to elaborate. i am joined by the deputy white house editor for politico. thank you for your time. he has not talked a lot about his faith and they have gone online and searching and trying to understand what it means to be mormon and what are the beliefs and this issue of this white horse . first of all, explain exactly what this is.

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The White Horse Prophecy is a statement purported to have been made in 1843 by Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, regarding the future of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons) and the United States of America. The Latter Day Saints, according to the prophecy, would “go to the Rocky Mountains and … be a great and mighty people”, identified figuratively with the White Horse described in the Revelation of John. The prophecy further predicts that the United States Constitution will one day “hang like a thread” and will be saved “by the efforts of the White Horse”.[1]

Some have speculated, on the basis of the White Horse Prophecy, that Mormons expect the United States to eventually become a theocracy dominated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).[2][3] The authenticity of the prophecy as a whole, which was not made public until long after Smith’s death, is debated, and the leadership of the LDS Church has stated that “the so-called ‘White Horse Prophecy’ … is not embraced as Church doctrine.”[4] However, the belief that members of the LDS Church will one day need to take action to save the imperiled US Constitution has been attributed to Smith in several sources and has been discussed in an approving fashion by Brigham Young and other LDS leaders.

Several famous Mormons have made statements related to the White Horse Prophecy. For instance, US presidential candidate Mitt Romney has said he considers the White Horse Prophecy to be a matter of “speculation and discussion by [LDS] church members” and “not official [LDS] church doctrine.”[5]

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