"[An officiator places oil on the initiate's head while pronouncing the following words.] Brother _________, having authority, I pour this holy anointing oil upon your head [for and in behalf of _________, who is dead] and anoint you preparatory to your becoming a king and a priest unto the most high God, hereafter to rule and reign in the house of Israel forever. [While pronouncing the blessings which follow, the officiator touches each part of the body as it is named.]" (The Initiatory)
"I anoint your head, that your brain and your intellect may be clear and active; your ears, that you may hear the word of the Lord; your eyes, that you may see clearly and discern between truth and error; your nose, that you may smell; your lips, that you may never speak guile; your neck, that it may bear up your head properly; your shoulders, that they may bear the burdens that shall be placed thereon; your back, that there may be marrow in the bones and in the spine; your breast, that it may be the receptacle of pure and virtuous principles; your vitals and bowels, that they may be healthy and perform their proper functions; your arms and hands, that they may be strong and wield the sword of justice in defense of truth and virtue; your loins, that you may be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth, that you might have joy in your posterity; your legs and feet, that you might run and not be weary, and walk and not faint. [A second officiator enters. Both officiators place their hands on the initiate's head, and the second officiator confirms the anointing as follows.]" (The Initiatory)
"Brother _________, having authority, we lay our hands upon your head [for and in behalf of _________, who is dead] and confirm upon you this anointing, wherewith you have been anointed in the temple of our God preparatory to becoming a king and a priest unto the most high God, hereafter to rule and reign in the house of Israel forever, and seal upon you all the blessings hereunto appertaining, through your faithfulness; in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen." (The Initiatory)
During the initiatory session in the Mormon temples, they anoint different parts of a person's body as proxy for a dead person. This includes anointing the breast, and vitals (genitals). These people, who are dead, are then set apart to rule and reign as kings and priests in heaven. But this is not all. This pertains to every person who has ever lived and is dead. They have a get-out-of-jail-free card, and are able to enter heaven and rule with Christ. For example, the works for Hitler were done in the Mormon temple, of whom killed millions of Jews. So as you see, it doesn't matter how you lived or believed in this life, for in the next, they have an entirely new chance at believing in Jesus and in the Mormon church. If they do both, then they will have it good and are saved in the afterlife. Imagine being able to live a life to the fullest without Jesus and still being able to enter heaven in the next. This is what Mormons believe. So a belief in Jesus is not necessary for this life, having this mindset, for they can always receive Him in the next. This is a false security that Mormons give people who are not already part of their cult in this life.
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:10) Paul taught, " In Hebrews, it reads, "it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment." (Hebrews 9:27) Lastly, Jesus said, "He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son. But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death." (Revelation 21:7,8) What does all this mean? It means that no matter how many dead people Mormons do work for in these temples, including this initiatory, there is still a real hell and a lake of fire for the wicked. This includes people who do not receive Jesus in this life. There are no second chances in the afterlife. Because God is just, people end up where they are supposed to be. Non-believers don't wish to go to heaven anyways. Therefore, Mormons need to repent and stop doing work for dead people. This is acting as a medium for familiar spirits, which is sorcery, and will be judged accordingly. Amen.