Rockledge Florida, USA
A translated person is still mortal, but sanctified and unable to die or feel hunger, thirst or physical pain. Translated persons can feel sorrow for the sins of others whom they observe and to whom they minister.
See 3 Nephi 28:6-9 and Doctrine and Covenants 7:1-6.
“Persons who are changed so that they do not experience pain or death until their resurrection to immortality.”
See The Guide to the Scriptures: Translated Beings.
I believe all translated persons have had their calling and election made sure, and that receiving that ordinance is a prerequisite to translation. But, not everyone who has had his calling and election made sure is translated.
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