You may be interested to know that D&C 137A has been on the books for some time. However, to see it requires that you hold up D&C 137 of your officially printed scriptures so that the light of the full moon shines behind the page. On September 22. Viking Runes will appear. Sorry, the digital version is missing this feature. I came across it by accident as you may imagine, while lying in my hammock on such an evening, enjoying one of those last mild evenings. Imagine too, my shock.
1 The visions of hell were opened upon me, and I beheld the kingdom of Satan, and the darkness thereof.
2 I saw the black gate through which the heirs of that kingdom will enter, which was like unto a deep crevasse of glacial ice;
3 Also Lucifer and his right hand man, Cain, the latter having a body, lorded over his master in devilish paradox.
4 And I saw my apostolic brother William;
5 And marveled how it was that he had obtained an inheritance of darkness, seeing that he has not yet departed this life and is yet one of the Twelve Apostles of the Lamb.
4 Then came the voice of the Lord unto me, saying: All who have died, who would have rejected a perfect witness of the truth if they had been permitted to tarry, shall be heirs of the kingdom of darkness, yea, sons of Perdition;
5 Also all that shall die henceforth, who would have rejected the truth after having received it with all their hearts, shall be heirs of that kingdom;
6 For I, the Lord, will judge all men according to their works, according to the desire of their hearts.
–signed, William E. McLellin
I think the theological implications are of interest, though the provenance remains obscure. In light of this and its more familiar cousin, perhaps we should cut that Methodist piece of work from the hymnbook. Yes, I’m talking hymn 240.