As Seen in Vision by Joseph Smith III

“I turned to renew my survey of the room, and as my eyes became more accustomed to the peculiar light I discovered new and wondrous beauty in the workmanship and finish of the whole. I had, as it seemed, come early; for the arrivals were more frequent, the intervals between them shorter and shorter; the room was filling up on both sides, and in the center; the dropping of the swords in either doorway was also more frequent, the light flashing from them more continuous; while, now and then, from some more cause, the falling of them seemed like a crash, as if they were clashed furiously together, at which the light seemed to blaze throughout the room and coruscate along the emblazoned imagery of cornice and column like yellow lightning… (continue)