Translated Beings Persons who are changed so that they do not experience pain or death until their resurrection to immortality. Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him, Gen. 5:24 (Heb. 11:5; D&C 107:48–49). No man knoweth of Moses’ sepulchre unto this day, Deut. 34:5–6 (Alma 45:19). Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven, 2 Kgs. 2:11. If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee, John 21:22–23 (D&C 7:1–3). You shall never taste of death, 3 Ne. 28:7. That they might not taste of death there was a change wrought upon their bodies, 3 Ne. 28:38 (4 Ne. 1:14; Morm. 8:10–11). John the Beloved will live until the Lord comes, D&C 7. I have taken the Zion of Enoch into mine own bosom, D&C 38:4 (Moses 7:21, 31, 69). Enoch and his brethren are a city reserved until a day of righteousness, D&C 45:11–12. Elijah was taken to heaven without tasting death, D&C 110:13. The Holy Ghost fell on many, and they were caught up into Zion, Moses 7:27.