Once upon a time, there was a mighty man named Thor who, though born of mortal parents, seemed anything but mortal to those around him. He was stronger than any ox, faster than a pack of running wolves, and more clever than a fox. His friends praised him, and his enemies greatly feared him.
A Heavenly Manifestation given to Heber Q. Hale, President of the Boise Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as related by him at the Genealogical Conference held in the auditorium of the Bishops Building, Salt Lake City, Utah on October 1920, requested by the Presidency of the Church of 1920.
I met him just once—at a sacrament meeting held with the LDS servicemen of the 15th Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, during the Korean War. There were about 15 of us crowded into a front-line bunker. Using our own canteen cups and C-ration crackers, we blessed and partook of the sacrament; and since it was the first Sunday of the month we then turned the time over to the bearing of testimonies.
He walked around his desk and with a smirk began his lecture. "During the course of this semester all who have the desire to remain in this section of Anthropology 201 will learn the truth. In learning the truth you will find every belief you have ever held about God or religion in general will be destroyed."