3. A 1931 exposé renders this line as "It is not, Elohim, for we are not alone." This rendering would appear to represent the pre-1927 endowment, since it portrays Jehovah as an exalted being with a celestial wife or wives, not as the premortal spirit of Jesus (which is how Jehovah is understood in contemporary LDS thought). Such a portrayal of Jehovah would be consistent with Brigham Young's Adam-God doctrine.