Max Skousen

Max B. Skousen's Works

I've downloaded most of the PDFs from Scribd. I don't know how many works Max has, but the below list is what I've found. If you have any more, please contact me.

A Blessing Hitherto Unknown

Book 1: Looking Beyond the Mark 1993   PDF  
Book 2: Finding the Mark 1997   PDF  
Book 3: Entering into the Rest 2001   PDF  
Book 4: Perfection in Christ ...   Coming Soon  


A Blessing Hitherto Unknown: Related Works

Moroni 7   Audio    
The Four Levels of the Gospel     PDF  
Who and What is the Holy Ghost     PDF  
Commentary on the Movie Pleasantville (1998)     PDF  
What Does it Mean to be Under the Power of Satan     PDF  
Cosmic Consciousness     PDF  


Other Works

How to Pray and Stay Awake 1941     Book
How to Receive Baptism of Fire 1966     Book
Aloe Vera Handbook 1982     Book
The Lost Key       Book
The Hidden Key to Inner Peace       Book
The Art of Forgiveness     PDF  
Understanding the RFA Process     PDF  
Am I Still a Member of Christ's Church in Heaven     PDF  



Obituary: Max Bentley SkousenWill be missed 10/28/21 ~ 11/16/02 Max Bentley Skousen, age 81, passed away November 16, 2002 in Strawberry Pinnacles at the Edge, near Fruitland, Duchesne County, Utah. He was born October 28, 1921 in Raymond, Alberta, Canada to Royal Pratt Skousen and Margarita Bentley. He was raised and educated in Southern California where he attended San Bernardino Junior College and the University of Southern California. He married Dorothy Rose Mecham on January 6, 1944 at the LDS St. George Temple. Max served in the Eastern States Mission from 1942-43. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corp in China and India during World War II as a cryptographer. In his early career he was a management training specialist at Lockheed. In 1949 he founded Skousen Tax Service, which became the second largest tax preparation service in the United States by the time he retired as president of the company in 1970. The last 30 years he has pursued interests in spiritual growth, and assisting others in self-understanding and personal well-being. He had endless energy, a positive zest for life, and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and understanding. Max is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy; daughters, Claudia Lipp and Sheri Talakai; sons, Clifford and Melvin; brothers, Cleon, Ervin and Keith; 15 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, Royal and Rita Skousen; brothers, Ezra, LeRoy and Kenneth; sisters, Rita Miller and Mildred Jones; son, Douglas and granddaughter, Cari. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, Nov. 21, 2002 at 12 noon at Valley View Funeral Home Chapel, 4335 W. 4100 S. The family will receive friends at a viewing Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at Valley View Funeral Home, prior to the service. Interment: Valley View Memorial Park. (

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