Kay Fairchild – Book of Mormon Animals – Presentation 1
Kay Fairchild BA in English/Creative Writing, Author, Educator
Silk and Linen of the Nephites and Jaredites
Silk-moths native to the Americas;
Why the Nephites and Jaredites were able to make linen cloth in North America;
Other cloths native to America, symbolism of Linen and its importance to Old Testament-Israelites and Book of Mormon Nephite-Israelites and to us today.
Grains and Grapes of the Nephites and Jaredites
Where Nephite-Jaredite barley and grapes continue to grow wild in America; When corn came to North America; Other fruits and grains native to America. Five potential candidates for the Nephite crops called “Neas” and Sheum”.
Kay was raised in Southern California, served an LDS Mission and received a BA in English/Creative writing. She is author of two books, “The Basic Principles Underlying the Bill of Rights” (2001), and “The Lord’s Economic System vs. the Economic System of Babylon” (2002).
She has written many articles including:
1992 Diet and Health
1997 Hebrew Holidays and Matching LDS Restoration Dates
1999 The False Traditions of Men vs. The Standards of God
2000 The Millennium
2000 Who You Are, Using Y-DNA and History
2017 The Y-DNA of Noah’s Grandsons by Tribes
2018 Post-Flood Spread of Mt DNA Around the World
2018 Jaredite Remnants
2018 Jaredite Tribal Names for Themselves. Similar to Algonquin Names for “Man”.
2019 Clothing Fabrics in the Book of Mormon
2019 Grains and Grapes of the Nephites and Jaredites