Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Curious about new building at the Eldorado FLDS

Second story entrance to small building is being installed. Why second story? 802.11 wireless antennas are now on most houses. That is internet or wireless network equipment. Are restrictions being lifted? Army tents are popping up. What's up?? What is the little building north of the temple for??

Eldorado FLDS 11-08-05

Thanks....

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could be prophet house, bunker or possible cremetorium, take your pick.

As for wireless in every house, well the better to see you with.

Obiviously they are not for contact with the outside would.

Anonymous said...

The Salt Lake City Temple also has a small building detached to the North side (it faces East) called the Annex. Patrons going to the temple enter through the annex and pass underground into the temple proper. The Annex houses offices, a chapel for large gatherings, as well as such conveniences as locker rooms and laundry.

Anonymous said...

It it necessary to get building permits before starting construction on structures? If so, what kind of paperwork has to be filed--floor plans, etc.?

Anonymous said...

There are no building permits or restrictions if you build outside city limits. No permits are necessary nor or licenses by electricians, plumbers and other professionals as long as it is considered private and not commercial, especially Schleicher county.

Anonymous said...

Thanks pilot for update, you are a better source of info than the media.

Don't know what building being built on side of "temple of doom" is.

As eariler poster pointed out, it could be anything, office, storage, etc.

One suggestion is that it could be an "endowment house". The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints used to have endowment houses which were used to perform marriages. When the church leadership rejected polygamy, the endowment house was torn down.

From D & C of LDS Church: "One case (of polygamy) has been reported, in which the parties allege that the marriage was performed in the Endowment House, in Salt Lake City, in the Spring of 1889, but I have not been able to learn who performed the ceremony; whatever was done in this matter was without my knowledge. In consequence of this alleged occurrence the Endowment House was, by my instructions, taken down without delay. Read entire statement:


http://scriptures.lds.org/od/1

Also of interest is statement rejecting racism, bigotry, see: http://scriptures.lds.org/od/2

Nothing like the ranting & raving of Warren Jeffs.

Anonymous said...

The Endowment House was only used because the Salt Lake Temple wasn't completed yet--it was a temporary place to administer ordinances until they could be done in the temple.

polywatchin said...

suppose it's a counting house? ya know the old nursery rhyme "the king was in the counting house counting out the money" then "the maid was in the garden (that fits)

Anonymous said...

watch out for those four and twenty black-birds. They are really Warren's hatchet men.

Anonymous said...

Pilot:
Is there anyway you can get night vision for your plane? It seems like when night falls the activity on the ranch begins. During the day it is quiet without alot of work.
The amount of light shining on the compound at night would make some awesome pictues.

Anonymous said...

. . .what does that nursery rhyme say about the knave?

polywatchin said...

He stole some tarts...then the King "beat the knave full sore" is that blood atonement?

Anonymous said...

Crematory?

Anonymous said...

nooooo, not blood atonement. I think in this context, you must consider Warren the knave and God the King.

Anonymous said...

Knave meaning a sly, untrustworthy person.

Anonymous said...

Sing a song of six-pence
a pocket full of rye,
Four and twenty blackbirds
baked in a pie.
When the pie was opened
the birds began to sing.
Wasn't that a dainty dish
To sit before the King.

The King was in his counting house
counting out his money.
The Queen was in the parlour
eating bread and honey.
The maid was in the garden
hanging out the clothes
when down came a blackbird
and nipped off her nose.

Anonymous said...

are we reading nursery rhymes or playing poker?

Anonymous said...

Neither, we were trying to figure out what that little building on the north side of the temple was going to be used for. Now shut up the silly stuff and let the people who may have an idea of what is going on get up to bat.

Anonymous said...

It's the Visitors Center... muahahahahaha ha ha.

Merycia said...

You can get in, but you can never leave.

Anonymous said...

So, is that the harem?

ATAR_i said...

I think it would have to be a lot smaller (perhaps outhouse size) if it were going to be the visitors center.

rumor-has-it said...

lol ha ha he he! I agree for how many visitors they have. :)

Anonymous said...

Could this be a small area to rent "Temple Garments" for Temple Endowments?

fttc said...

I think the only 'rent' accepted here is selling of your soul to warren.

Anonymous said...

Hey pilot, thanks for photos, hear's what a newspaper In Washington DC have to say about Warren Jeffs, that ole "Lord of Flies" http://washingtontimes.com/national/20051127-122535-4699r.htm

Headline Reads, "Some fear a Branch Davidian fate for polygamy clan!" Article goes on to say half of Jeffs camp followers plan to move to Eldorado, Texas.

onthestreet said...

Merycia said...
You can get in, but you can never leave. 11/18/2005 9:52 AM

STREET'S Reply: No, you can leave, but you can never get in. Many will climb up another way, but then the great fall. That's the story of Humpty-Dumpty, since we're talking nursury rhymns. When you sit on the wall, not taking any side for the Lord or the Devil, then you have a great fall. Then neither the king's "horses" nor "men" can heal you, having sought God's throne lawlessly, or without the full law, which is Celestial Marriage and United Order.