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Warren Jeffs: God will curse U.S. president with indecisiveness

Well, more Warren Jeffs revelations came into the Utah Attorney General's Office today. Here they are.

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A few highlights:

- In a handwritten revelation dated 12/26, Jeffs signs himself as president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Yep, you read that right. He left out the "Fundamentalist," making it look like he considers himself the head of the all of Mormondom — even though the mainstream Mormon church, of course, renounced polygamy more than 100 years ago and has no connections to the FLDS. Or maybe he just needs a proofreader.

- Indecisiveness is apparently coming to the President of the United States. From a revelation dated 12/27:

"You shall feel a way of darkening in thy soul, causing you not to be of full deciding way in many of thy doings, being of confusion in many items needing national power to be of certain way of deciding."

- From 12/29, shortly before leaders separated out more than 1,000 "unworthy" members from the "worthy" congregation:

"Let my holy people who are of my order of Zion be pure."

- Also, you know, a tidal wave in Asia.

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