This entry is a link to the article, of ten lies that Missionaries tell, as described by a former Missionary himself:
Ten Lies That Mormon Missionaries Tell
As an added special from me.
It is well known that Mormon Temple ceremonies are based on Masonic ceremonies. Equally well known is that Joseph Smith was a Mason.
What is little known, is that Joseph Smith and all the Mormon Masons were kicked out of the Masons because Joe's ego was huge: Overnight he promoted himself from the lowest level of Mason, to the top Mason level - on his own.
Delusions of grandeur is a mental illness symptom, and are as dangerous as hallucinations,which Joseph suffered from too - it is common for hallucinations to produce "religious" images, like seeing a man over the Altar at the Temple, or Jesus and God in the woods, or other images of religious figures when getting baptized.
But let us remember, the first edition of the First Vision included a Toad turning into a man giving Joe the Gold Plate lecture. A later revision changed the Toad to two personages, without Joe identifying who the personages were. Much later in Mormon life, the two personages evolved into Jesus and God.
Mormons are good story tellers, if it wasn't for all of the sex abuse by Missionaries, Bishops, and Sunday School Teachers, they could read stories at the library for community service. If in doubt just Google sexual abuse, sex offense, arrests, mormons, LDS and see the results.
Who is safer around your kids? Mormons or Catholic priests?