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Willka Wasin Wiraqocha: The House of the Lord

Willka Wasin Wiraqocha: The House of the Lord

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This book does not argue that the events of the Book of Mormon took place in South America. It takes no position on the geography debate. It does propose, however, that Jesus Christ visited the people of South America at least once at some point in time after His resurrection and prior to the arrival of the Spaniards, and that He healed them and taught them, and they built temples to worship Him. Recently discovered Spanish manuscripts from the early 17th century, such as the “secret Jesuit documents,” and new translations of ignored 400-year-old manu scripts reveal that the Andeans were Christians and they worshipped the god of the Old Testament. They tell the history of a people during Noah’s dispensation that God led out of the Middle East and brought across the sea to Perú, the land of promise. More importantly, this book reviews the Incas’ and ancient Andeans’ belief in a bearded white god who visited them by coming down from the sky in the form of a “brightly shining man.” He tenderly healed the sick, walked a “Holy Path” through out the Andes, and taught them how to live a law of consecration. This book discusses the temples built to him, the sacred vestments used in the temples and were buried in, and the signs and tokens associated with those ancient temples. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will find the evidence compelling and familiar to their beliefs.




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