By Artatrana Sarangi
Såamråajyalakòsmåipåiòthikåa, a part of åAkaâsabhairavakalpa, Hindu tantric encyclopaedic paintings; a research.
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And so, in December of 1827, Joseph and his pregnant wife hid the plates in a barrel of beans, loaded their wagon, and began their 135-mile trip, leaving three days earlier than their announced departure date to throw off any enemies with designs on the plates. Isaac Hale may have been happy to see his daughter again, but he cannot have been happy to learn the reasons for their flight from Palmyra. ” To add to his father-in-law’s contempt, Joseph now claimed to have the plates in his possession, essentially asked for asylum as a result of the attendant persecution, yet refused Isaac’s request for a glimpse of the plates.
118 Still, “the spirit of persecution which had already manifested itself in the neighborhood” led Joseph to ask Oliver to request safer lodging with his friend David Whitmer. 119 There Joseph found hospitable lodgings, plenty of assistance with the translation, and, for the first time ever, a friendly, receptive neighborhood. In addition to Cowdery’s continuing help, Emma, Christian Whitmer, and John Whitmer all took turns transcribing. As the translation process drew to a close in the next weeks, Joseph’s heavy, prophetic burden continued to be dispersed as he learned that the record would not need to go before the world on the strength of his word alone.
Emma rode off to Macedon, explained matters to Joseph, and the two of them came back at once, meeting his worried, pacing father a mile from their farm. Once home, Joseph calmly arranged for his brother Hyrum to find a lockable chest, then set off alone on a three-mile walk to retrieve the plates. He took them from their hiding place in the birch log (oak tree, according to Harris), wrapped them in his frock, and cut through the woods to avoid pursuers or the merely curious. But by now, apparently, the Chase gang was on to him.