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Re: [LDSgroups] Re: Mormon Micronations

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  • robert robinson
    No its the same old deseret alphabet ... From: Jeffrey Needle Subject: Re: [LDSgroups] Re: Mormon Micronations To:
    Message 1 of 12 , May 1, 2010
      No its the same old deseret alphabet



      --- On Thu, 4/22/10, Jeffrey Needle <jeff.needle@...> wrote:

      From: Jeffrey Needle <jeff.needle@...>
      Subject: Re: [LDSgroups] Re: Mormon Micronations
      To: LDSgroups@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Thursday, April 22, 2010, 4:50 PM

       

      Wow! I hope they get it on-line soon. I assume from your note that it
      is something other than Deseret Alphabet.

      robert robinson wrote:
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      > The nation of Deseret has their own alphabet, but its not on line yet
      >
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      >
      > --- On *Thu, 4/22/10, John /<johndawson2831@ tiscali.co. uk>/* wrote:
      >
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      > From: John <johndawson2831@ tiscali.co. uk>
      > Subject: [LDSgroups] Re: Mormon Micronations
      > To: LDSgroups@yahoogrou ps.com
      > Date: Thursday, April 22, 2010, 2:26 AM
      >
      > Micronations are nations that only exist electronically and only
      > exist on the Internet. It is not a field I have studied much but I
      > understand there are a lot of these, although I don't know how many
      > have an LDS connection. These micronations will usually have
      > governments, flags and currencies but these do not exist in physical
      > reality. As far as I know they are usually fantasies, hobbies and a
      > bit of fun. The Republoc of Molossia at http://www.molossia .org/
      > <http://www.molossia .org/> is probably a good example of a
      > micronation although I have not so far found the LDS connection. The
      > Nation of Deseret is at http://www.deseretg ov.com/.
      > <http://www.deseretg ov.com/.> Looking at its website I am not sure
      > that this is a micronation in the normal sense. It does not seem to
      > be just a fantasy or a bit of fun but an attempt to actually develop
      > something in the physical reality, as far fetched as it might be. I
      > do not think that micronations, even if they have an LDS connection,
      > really come under the remit of this discussion group. They claim to
      > be nations rather than churches. Nevertheles I suppose a few limited
      > exchanges on this subject will do no harm.
      >
      > John
      >
      > --- In LDSgroups@yahoogrou ps.com
      > </mc/compose? to=LDSgroups% 40yahoogroups. com>, Jeffrey Needle
      > <jeff.needle@ ...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Where do these nations exist? I've never even heard of the second of
      > > your nations.
      > >
      > > dothanpat wrote:
      > > > Hello.
      > > >
      > > > I wonder do Mormon micronations such as the Nation of Deseret
      > and the Republic of Molossia constitute a legitimate area for
      > discussion on LDS Goups? If so, has anyone on this list ever
      > encounted Mormon Micronations? Are there others than the Nation of
      > Deseret or the Republic of Molossia?
      > > >
      > > > Patrick
      > > >
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      > > > Yahoo! Groups Links
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