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Re: Theos-World Re Proof and not necessary proof.

Feb 15, 2002 03:05 AM
by Larry F Kolts

Dennis: It was my understanding that once the temple was consecrated, the
> general public was not allowed inside. Is that no longer true?
> "right close?" Los Angeles is a large place. There is a very large
> Mormon temple near Beverly Hills, west of Hollywood, West of Century
> City, on Santa Monica Blvd the San Diego freeway, but it must be 5
> miles to the west of Manly P. Hall's Philosophical Research Library,
> which is a mile or more east of Hollywood.
> Is there an impressive Mormon Temple nearer the PSR Library, which 
> is
> on Los Felis Blvd? I have been by there many times, but never 
> inside.

I didn't question Brigitte on this as it's a common misunderstanding and
not relevant to the discussion.

But you are right, once "dedicated" no non-Mormon is allowed within a

I lived in Granada Hills in 1980-81 and worked in Century City. Went to
that temple every week.

So where did Brigitte go?

1-The temple was remodeled while I twenty years ago. After remodeling,
before rededication it was open to visitors for a short time.

2-The Visitors Center next to the temple itself fits Brigitte's
discription as to the murals etc.
Easy to confuse.

3-She may have been to a regular ward meetinghouse of which there are
over a hundred in the L.A. area.

There is no other temple in the L.A. area beyond that one on Santa Monica

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