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"The standard of truth has been erected: no unhallowed hand can stop the work from progressing, persecutions may rage, mobs may combine, armies may assemble, calumny may defame, but the truth of God will go forth boldly, nobly, and independent till it has penetrated every continent, visited every clime, swept every country, and sounded in every ear, till the purposes of God shall be accomplished and the great Jehovah shall say the work is done."

Theodemocracy, also known as Mormon Democracy, is an ideology thought up by Joseph Smith, The founder of The Later-Day Saints movement. It combines Mormon values with Christian Democracy, where religious leaders and their decisions are sustained by votes from their congregation. The end goal of theodemocracy was to lay the groundwork for the Kingdom of God before the second coming of Christ.

After the death of Joseph Smith, Theodemocracy was brought to Utah by Brigham Young, where it played a small role in the government of the state of Deseret until Utah became a territory in 1850.


Mormonism is a restorationist Christian denomination that follows The Teachings of an ancient archive referencing a forgotten Native American Hebrew society, the archives are known as 'The Book of Mormon', which Mormons believe is an extension of The Bible.

Limited Geography Model

A common criticism of Mormonism is the lack of archaeological, ethnic, linguistic, and geographic proof of the millions of Lamanites, Nephites, Jaredites, and Mulekites that settled in The Americas from Israel. Mormon scholars have proposed The 'Limited Geography Model' which claims The Israeli-Native American Tribes settled in Messo-America, at a much smaller scale than what the original Book of Mormon claims. Mormon scholars have cited Genetic drift as a counterargument to the claim of no ethnic or genetic proof for The Book of Mormon's claims. As for archaeology, Mormons have argued that dismissing The Book of Mormon's authenticity for The lack of Historical accuracy is short-sighted, as archaeology constantly expands and undercovering new treasures.

The teachings of The Tribes have changed over time, originally Mormons believed all Native Americans were descended from Israelites and still had strong cultural connections to Israel and Judaism. Modern Mormonism teaches Israelites were among The ancestors of Native Americans, and Israelite influence on Native Americans has been lost to time.

Anarchronicisms in The Book of Mormon

There are various things mentioned in The Book of Mormon that didn't exist yet in Ancient America. Horses, elephants, Cattle and Cows, Goats, Swine, Barely, Wheat, Chariots, Silk, compasses, windows, metal, steel, iron, and the usage of The Egyptian language. As well as some brand-new introductions, The Book of Mormon mentions two animals "Curelom and Cumom" claiming they're 'very helpful' animals. Nothing is mentioned about their looks, identity, or texture.

The most notable anachronism is the claim that Ancient Native Americans had horses, which weren't available in The Americas at the time. Mormon scholars substituted horses for tapirs, which made tapirs a symbol for ex-Mormons.

In 1997, Mormons founded an apologetic organization called Faithful Answers, Informed Response (FAIR), also known as "FAIRMormon" to counter arguments against Mormonism

Mormonism and Freemasonry

Joseph Smith, his brother Hyrum, and his father Joseph Smith Sr. were all Freemasons. Smith founded a Masonic lodge in 1842 in Nauvoo, and remained a Freemason until his death. Endowment ceremonies in Mormonism have been pointed out to be very similar to elements of Freemasonry.

Brigham Young prohibited Mormons from joining The Freemasons, though the reasons are unclear. In 1925, The LDS Church banned members from joining The Freemasons, this ban was lifted in 1984.

The Golden Plates

Lots of debate and criticism stems from The Golden Plates, which Mormons believe Joseph Smith translated and published into The Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon was originally written in 'Reformed Egyptian', which Mormon skeptics call out since 'Reformed Egyptian' isn't a known or spoken dialect of Egyptian, and that there's no archaeological, linguistic, and other evidence of the use of Egyptian writing in the ancient Americas. Mormon skeptics believe Joseph Smith made up the language since the words and grammar of 'Reformed Egyptian' can't be fact-checked by linguistics.

Eight people, known as "The Eight Witnesses" have testified to seeing Smith's Golden Plates. Three of the witnesses - Oliver Cowdery, David Whitmer, and Martin Harris - testified they were shown the plates by an angel and held them. All three of the Witnesses maintained their testimony throughout their lives, even after leaving the LDS church. All Witnesses, except Martin Harris were related to The Smiths or Witmers.

Lost 116 pages

During The writing of The Book of Mormon, Lucy Harris, The Wife of Martin Harris hid 116 translated pages from The Plates of Lehi to test whether or not Joseph Smith was reading off The Golden Tablets or making it up. Rather than translating off the same plates, The Lord commanded Joseph Smith to translate off the plates of Nephi to teach Smith a lesson. Mormon skeptics heavily criticize this event as they believe it proves Joseph Smith it a false prophet, and The Story of Mormonism is false.

Blacks in Mormonism

Joseph Smith himself was an Abolitionist and appointed many Blacks to priesthood and ordinances.

When Brigham Young became President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints after Smith's death, the teachings of Black People drastically changed. Young described slavery as "A Divine institution" and legalized the practice of slavery in Utah. In 1852, The LDS Church banned Blacks from Priesthood and restricted Black members from participating in Marriage. This ban was later repealed in 1978.


Joseph Smith claimed an Angle with a flaming sword visited him three times between 1834 and 1842, and told him to construct polygamy into Mormon teachings. The UnNamed Angle told Smith the goal of Polygamy was to increase the population of The Church and replenish Earth. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints eventually banned polygamy in 1890 and ex-communicated polygamists which led to the creation of The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints which still practices Polygamy to this day.

Modern Mormon teachings claim Polygamy was intended for Joseph and hierarchal members of The Church only, and not specifically his followers.

Polygamy is still a polarizing and controversial topic in modern Latter-Day Saints teachings.

Fundementalist Theodemocracy

After The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints banned polygamy in 1890, some Mormons were split on whether or not to continue the tradition or abandon it entirely. Fundamentalist Mormons abandoned The LDS and established The FLDS: The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints which still promotes the usage of polygamy. Fundamentalist Mormons have strict dress code rules and still follow Brigham Young's controversial teachings of prohibiting Blacks from Priesthood.

Personality and Behaviour

  • Theodemocracy will generally act like a stereotypical devout Mormon missionary.
  • He will typically have an upbeat and positive attitude and will refrain from sinful activities such as performing abortions, drinking alcohol, doing drugs, pre-marital sex, etc.
  • He supports, and is a member of, the Republican Party.
  • He is homophobic, advocating for laws that discriminate against LGBT people. However, he is open to supporting bills that are designed to balance religious freedom with LGBT rights such as the proposed Fairness for All Act.
  • He believes in traditional gender roles but is afraid of being seen as sexist.
  • He fights with Protestant Theocracy. (They always start it.)
  • He believes that the main objective of the government is to enforce morality.
  • He will be enthusiastic about serving his church, helping others, and spreading the word of God.
  • He will try his best to be politically correct, despite being socially conservative.
  • He tends to be passive-aggressive with people he disagrees with, and believes in the adage "love the sinner, hate the sin."

How to Draw

Flag of Theodemocracy
  1. Make a ball
  2. Draw 7 blue stripes horizontally along the ball
  3. Draw a yellow parabola, with the interior filled in
  4. Mark thin black stripes across the parabola
  5. Put a little black arc for the hole in the hive
  6. Add eyes to the ball

Now you're done!

Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #002D6A 0, 45, 106
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Yellow #FCC21D 252, 194, 29


(Brothers and Sisters

  • Traditionalism - We both agree that society is better off when it is socially conservative and follows the word of God.
  • American Republicanism - The Republican Party is the political party that best represents us. It is pro-life, pro-family, and pro-religious freedom. We voted for you since the late 1890s. What? You wanted us dead?! I don't believe it!
  • Rockefeller Republicanism - I love Ike!
  • Jacksonian Democracy - Although we mostly support the GOP now, most of us were originally Jacksonian Democrats.
  • Christian Democracy - Our Heavenly Father has called on us to run for public office and make our moral policies the law of the land with the end goal of making them Federal Law.
  • Christian Theocracy - "Come unto Christ, and be perfected in him, … and love. God with all your might, mind and strength, then is his. grace sufficient for you.” —Moroni 10:31
  • Christian Feminism - A feminist who follows the word of God. I love it!
  • Conservative Feminism - Yes, a feminist who supports traditional gender roles and despises abortion. Thumbs up!
  • Paternalistic Conservatism - Heavenly Father wants us to help the sick, the needy, the poor, and those with disabilities.
  • Zionism - Israel is very important to Mormons, it's where The Nephites, Lamanites, Jaredites, and Mulekites lived before they settled in Ancient America.
  • Welfarism - “And now behold, my beloved brethren, … do not suppose that this is all; for after ye have done all these things, if ye turn away the needy, and the naked, and visit not the sick and afflicted, and impart of your substance, if ye have, to those who stand in need—I say unto you, if ye do not any of these things, behold, your prayer is vain, and availeth you nothing, and ye are as hypocrites who do deny the faith.” - Alma 34:28
  • Jewish Theocracy - "Yea, and ye need not any longer hiss, nor spurn, nor make game of the Jews, nor any of the remnant of the house of Israel; for behold, the Lord remembereth his covenant unto them, and he will do unto them according to that which he hath sworn." - 3 Nephi 29:8
  • Fiscal Conservatism - We always should live within our means.
  • Liberal Conservatism - I'll vote for Romney.
  • Eco-Conservatism - We must be stewards over the earth.

Reconsider your sins

  • Jeffersonian Democracy - I admire your principles, but you should let there be more religion in public life.
  • Christian Socialism - Kinda based but goes too far with socialism.
  • Libertarian Conservatism - I appreciate the fact that you are socially conservative, but please be less libertarian and more moralistic.
  • Protestant Theocracy - We have some beef, they think we preach a different gospel, we think they pervert the gospel. But we have the same enemies.
  • Paleolibertarianism and Paleoconservatism - Thank you for agreeing with me on how to view these people, but seriously, you need to cut it out with the political incorrectness.
  • Trumpism - Trump is a very immoral person. Think about what he has done throughout his life! Also, like them , he and his followers need to stop being politically incorrect. I am still going to vote for him, though.
  • DezNatism - Right idea, bad execution. The Gospel should be spread with love and kindness, not with hatred and violence.

Sin against The Holy Ghost

  • Satanic Theocracy - "And he said unto me: Behold there are save two churches only; the one is the church of the Lamb of God, and the other is the church of the devil..." - 1 Nephi 14:10
  • Secular Satanism - He is just like him, but secular. This doesn't change the fact that he is my biggest enemy.
  • Pagan Theocracy - Indians are the descendants of the Lamanites! Why have you misled them with fairy tales?
  • Queer Anarchism - They want to defame us and act sinfully!
  • LGBT - Sinner alert! Time to take you to therapy right away!
  • Homoconservatism - You can't be a conservative and a sinner. You are excommunicated from the church.
  • Pink Capitalism - Time to pass a law to regulate you!
  • Pornography - This filth must be banned as soon as possible.
  • Revolutionary Progressivism - Oh my goodness! How dare you threaten to kill us! That's it, you are excommunicated from the church!
  • Democratism - The Democratic Party is too pro-abortion and anti-family for our vote. Order 44 never forget!
  • State Atheism - "Therefore I would that ye should be perfect even as I, or your Father who is in heaven is perfect."-3 Nephi 12:48
  • Esoteric Fascism - We strongly disapprove of your hateful design.
  • Illuminatism - A modern-day Gadianton robber! Secret combinations are ungodly and sinful.
  • Indigenism - Why doesn't he want a free Book of Mormon? I thought he'd want to learn about his Lamanite ancestors.
  • White Nationalism - Racism has no place in our church!…Anymore…[1]
  • Illegalism - "And seeing the people in a state of such awful wickedness, and those Gadianton robbers filling the judgment-seats—having usurped the power and authority of the land; laying aside the commandments of God, and not in the least aright before him; doing no justice unto the children of men"- Helaman 7:4

Further Information





  1. Many Latter Day Saints are AuthRights.