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Hi I'm Danae Pearl

Aloha from Hawaii! I aspire to be a Cannabinoid Scientist to help the world become like the Garden of Eden. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay at home mother who is trying to buy a house to open up an LDS institution for higher learning for children. I pray everyday that I may bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of every man woman and child.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised by a Nichiren Shoshu Buddhist Mother. Then at the age of 4 my mother went to jail for false charges for 2 years and I was saved by an LDS Navy Mother and Father. At the age of 12 we were stationed in Barrigada, Guam. They invited the missionaries over: Elder Griffith and his companion. They taught me the 1st discussion and asked me to read the Book of Mormon 3 Nephi 11 where the Savior appears to the Nephites. And then pray to know it is true. That night I read and prayed. Suddenly my room was increasing with light. I felt the eternal warmth of God the Eternal Father and His Son Jesus The Christ. I was baptized on July 30, 1994 by my Navy Seal Mormon Dad. I aspired to be a missionary and general authority ever since. I know that Jesus is the Christ. I know that Joseph Smith was a Prophet and that he saw God and Jesus Christ. In the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

How I live my faith

I am apart of an amazing Women' Group that supports me in all my needs emotionally, spiritually, and temporally. I love them and they love me. Thank you worldwide sisterhoods all over the world.

Why do Mormons perform baptisms for the dead?

Danae Pearl
Baptism for the dead has been created by the Lord so that we can weld a link throughout all generations of time to our original earthly parents Adam and Eve. We want to have the whole human race together forever. I know that families are forever. In the name of Jesus Christ. Amen Show more Show less