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Zionized 94: The Apocalrock Visitor Center



James Muir founded the Apocalrock Visitor Center (200 South Orchard Drive) in North Salt Lake after seeing 36 visions from biblical and Mormon history in the rock of Mount Olympus, or as Muir calls it, The Apocalrock.

He shares his visions with illustrated depictions in an exhibit and explains how art, music, history and spirituality come together at the center.

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