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    Non-existent quotes attributed to Mormon leaders

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  • Haight: assistance of the moon
    Brief Summary: It is claimed that Elder David B. Haight "reinvoked the astrological principle that people should 'do nothing without the assistance of the moon'" in a talk that he gave during General Conference in 1998. One critic takes this a step further by claiming that the phrase "do nothing without the assistance of the moon" was deleted from the transcribed version of Elder Haight's talk. This claim has evolved over time due to successive misinterpretation of the original sources. (Click here for full article)
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  • Brigham Young
    Brief Summary: Many false quotations have been attributed to Brigham Young over the years. (Click here for full article)
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