Not a Photo
A detailed replica of Joseph Smith's magical rock, with a secret message that appears when the light of God shines on the inside. The message seems to be mispelled... Or is it?
If you want a replica without the secret "moron" text, it's available in this link.
Smith created the Book of Mormon by putting a seer stone into a hat, then putting his face in the hat, drawing it closely around his face to exclude the light; and in the darkness the spiritual light would shine. A piece of parchment would appear in front of his eyes only, and on that appeared God's writing and the interpretation in English, which he would dictate out loud. Makes perfect sense!
Place the rock over your phone's flashlight to reveal God's message, and see what he thinks about this sort of ideology. As Joseph Smith did, the person who truly reads into this rock can claim any prejudice of race, sexuality, or anything else, to be the word of Almighty God.
This rock is meant as a commentary on the nature of absurdity, and a definite jab towards a very particular religious (and very politically influential) group, but not as an attack towards any one person. It's a way to express how ludicrous the origins of some myths can be, and to bring some light towards the deceitful practices Joseph Smith used in his lifetime (as he was convicted for fraud for using one stone such as this, claiming he could find treasure with it; just one of around 30 or so criminal convictions he gathered).