Did the First Vision happen on March 21, 1820 — the spring equinox?

Did Peter, James and John visit Joseph and Oliver on June 21 — the summer solstice?

Those are questions I've been noodling this week as the fall equinox approaches. Next Monday, Sept. 22, we officially move into autumn. And many religions will celebrate that day. The dates we associate with changing seasons play a role in many faiths, including Catholicism, Celtic faith and several Native American rituals.

But only recently have I begun to feel those days might play a large role in Mormon history as well.

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