Not lawful for men to utter
29 But great and marvelous are the works of the Lord, and the mysteries of his Kingdom which he showed unto us, which surpasses all understanding, in glory, and in might, and in dominion, which he commanded us we should not write while we were yet in the Spirit, and are not lawful for men to utter, neither is man capable to make them known, for they are only to be seen and understood by the power of the Holy Spirit, which God bestows on those who love him and purify themselves before him, to whom he grants the privilege of seeing and knowing for themselves that through the power and manifestation of the Spirit, while in the flesh, they may be able to bear his presence in the world of glory.
Denver Snuffer Blog, “The Whole Not the Parts,” 12/28/2011
There is no written record, including the scriptures, which are able to tell you all you must know. You can only know the truth by having it revealed to you from heaven itself. This is the reason Joseph said if you could gaze into heaven for five minutes you would know more than you would by reading everything that has ever been written on the subject (TPJS p. 325). Either you do as James says, and ask of God, or you will forever remain ignorant of the only knowledge which can save a man (T&C 1 JSH Part 2:3, referring to NC Jacob 1:2 [LE James 1:5]).