They refer to Adam as the "ancient of days" in Mormonism - the heading for Daniel 9 says:
The verse (Daniel 7:9) this is referring to says:Daniel sees four beasts representing the kingdoms of men—He sees the ancient of days (Adam) to whom the Son of Man (Christ) will come—The kingdom will be given to the Saints forever.
Am I missing something in this being God? Perhaps this is part of why Adam-God began? I assume the church is stuck with this concept due to D&C 116:I beheld till the thrones were cast down, and the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment was white as snow, and the hair of his head like the pure wool: his throne was like the fiery flame, and his wheels as burning fire.
Just googling the "ancient of days" shows that most people seem to think it's clearly God that's being referred to.Spring Hill is named by the Lord Adam-ondi-Ahman, because, said he, it is the place where Adam shall come to visit his people, or the Ancient of Days shall sit, as spoken of by Daniel the prophet.
I'm just wondering if anyone had come across this before - the Adam and Eve section is really complicated to do but I'm trying to keep it concise... this seems like a gross misreading though unless I'm missing something, which I certainly could be.