"[An officiator places water on the initiate's head while pronouncing the following words.] Brother _________, having authority, I wash you preparatory to your receiving your anointings [for and in behalf of _________, who is dead], that you may become clean from the blood and sins of this generation. [While pronouncing the blessings which follow, the officiator touches each part of the body as it is named.]" (The Initiatory)
"I wash 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." (The Initiatory)
"[A second officiator enters. Both officiators place their hands on the initiate's head, and the second officiator seals the washing as follows.] Brother _________, having authority, we lay our hands upon your head [for and in behalf of _________, who is dead] and seal upon you this washing, that you may become clean from the blood and sins of this generation through your faithfulness; in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen." (The Initiatory)
The problems in the Mormon Temples continue with their Initiatory Session. And because of all the issues therein that are not of God, we will go through each of them in sequential order. #1, being the Washing, #2, being the Anointing, and #3, being the Garment and New Name. Now, before we look at the Washing ordinance, we must first understand what the Bible says about allowing people to touch us in private areas of our bodies. It reads, "If two men fight together, and the wife of one draws near to rescue her husband from the hand of the one attacking him, and puts out her hand and seizes him by the genitals, then you shall cut off her hand; your eye shall not pity her." (Deuteronomy 25:11-12) Hands were cut off, of whom violated another person's body. Although extreme, it helps us know that we are never to touch another person's private parts unless they are our spouse. Even consent without marriage is fornication. The same goes for women touching women and men touching men, which gets into homosexuality.
Notice all the places where people are touched and violated during this awful, wicked, and disgusting temple ceremony. Imagine if some random person began touching your breast or vitals (genitals) area that you didn't even know. Wouldn't you call this sexual harassment? Of course, you would. However, Mormons do this every day and allow people outside their marriage partner to touch them in these very private areas. The LDS argument would be that women are with women and males are with males, but still, if a male touched me in these areas, I would feel violated and unclean. The same would be if a woman touched another woman in these areas. This goes into the grounds of homosexuality and who knows if some of these officiators are into such a perverted sexual practice. And so they do this for themselves once and then continually for those who are dead. They believe this is necessary as another step to help them and the person on the other side get into heaven. Aka works salvation, which is not of God. Amen.