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Lehi's and Nephi's Vision of the Tree of Life 

 “…I beheld a tree whose fruit was desirable to make one happy.”                                                                                   (1 Nephi 8:10)   600 -592 BC

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The Prophets Lehi and Nephi both saw a vision of "a tree whose fruit was disirable to make one happy."  Lehi partakes of its fruit and desires his family to do likewise.  Lehi sees a rod of iron, a strait and narrow path, and the mists of darkness that enshroud men.  Sariah, Nephi, and Sam partake of the fruit, but Laman and Lemuel refuse.   This vision took place about 600–592 B.C.


The Prophet Nephi records this vision as scripture and this scripture was passed down from generation to generation. (1 Nephi 8:2-35)

Even though the Nephites and Lamanites later around 400 A.D. rejected the Gospel of Jesus Christ and tried to destroyed all of the various sacred records and scriptures.

This vision was so important that even after over 2,500 years there still remains the scriptural story about Lehi's and Nephi's vision.

 <<  All throughout Brazil the native Brazilian Indians have an ancient tradition, of a tree with fruit on that will bring you happiness.



  <<  With that ancient pass-a-long story all throughout Brazil you can buy these little trees with fruit on them so that as the story goes, if you have one of these trees with fruit on it in your home it will bring you happiness




A tree of life carving in Peru.

     <<  Constructed upon the hillside at Pisco Bay on the Peruvian coast is an ancient pre-Columbus carving known to the Peruvians as the Tree of Life.
It measures about 778 feet long by 394 feet eide, (240 m long by 120 m wide), with trenches 3 feet or (1 metre deep.)

It can be seen from as far as 15 miles, (24 km), out to sea. It is aligned almost exactly north-south. Pottery dated to about 200 BC has been found there.


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<< Izapa, Stela 5 stone carving.