- Did you know the Watchtower Society once taught that Jehovah lives in the
Pleiades cluster on its brightest star named Alcyone?
- Did you know that if Charles Taze Russell (founder of the Watchtower Society)
were alive today he would be disfellowshipped for some of his beliefs?
Although Russell was a bona fide false prophet, he once said some truth that
would get him taken in the back room with the elders:
Apparently after Rutherford's death, Jehovah shed "new light" to let
His followers know that it is unwise to speculate where he lives:
In the 1930's, Jehovah's Witnesses thought
Joseph Rutherford was receiving
information from Jehovah when he said
that God lives in the Pleiades cluster:
Bill Cetnar, former member of the Watchtower Society, exposed this
false accusation by writing a letter to the Rhodes Scholarship Trust:
- Did you know that Fred Franz (president of the Watchtower Society) testified
under oath that he was offered a Rhodes Scholarship when in fact he never did
receive such an offer?
Scottish Court of Sessions. November 1954.
The Watchtower Society (claimed as God's "channel of communication")
published this supposed truth within this publication:
Would Jehovah God really use an organization who states outright lies
while claiming to be the sole "channel of communication"?
|The Watchtower Society is masterful in preventing loyal followers from learning the
real truth behind the organization. The real history of Jehovah's Witnesses has been
whitewashed by their leaders to mask the origins of their ungodly doctrines and
embarrassing false predictions for the end. Loyal Jehovah's Witnesses are left unaware
of the whole truth behind the very organization they slavishly dedicate their lives to.
The Watchtower. 9/15/1895.pg.216.
Faith on the March. pg.181.
Jehovah's Witnesses Proclaimers of God's
Not surprisingly, the Proclaimers book does not entail the whole story. The real purpose
for the mansion was strictly for Rutherford's use (and his servants), to live high off the
hog through Watchtower funds during the Great Depression. Although Rutherford
knew the mansion was strictly for his own benefit, he had to fabricate this so-called
resurrection of the faithful men to keep his true intentions concealed and to maintain
the urgency of Armageddon for his own financial gain. How do we know this? Because
Rutherford already falsely predicted these men would return in 1925, four years prior to
the date of the mansion's deed (click here to see mansion deed):
It was alleged that Watchtower
officials were conspiring to cause
insubordination and refusal of duty in
the Armed forces of the United States
and they were conspiring to obstruct
the recruiting and enlisting of men
for such service when the Nation was
at war. The indictment made
particular mention of the publication
and distribution of the book "the
Beth-Sarim is the Watchtower mansion which was built in San Diego California in
1929. The Watchtower Society has never been clear in their explanations of the
purpose of the mansion. According to the 1975 Yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesses, the
house was built for "for Br. Rutherford's use" because his doctor advised him to spend
his winters in a warmer climate away from New York. In contrast however, the 1939
Watchtower publication "Salvation" explains the house was built in the expectations
for the resurrection of the faithful men of old times. The Proclaimers book
ambiguously cites both reasons as the purpose for the mansion:
Rutherford clearly used this so-called resurrection of the "faithful ones of old" to
maintain his loyal followers and their financial contributions. These false
prophesies were not at all scriptural, and in no way would God Himself have any
connections with a man or an organization filled with outright lies and deceit. The
modern day Watchtower Society still utilizes the tricks that Rutherford used
through maintaining the urgency of Armageddon to gain recruits and retain loyal
followers along with their financial contributions.
Millions Now Living Will Never Die. 1920. pg.88
The Federal Law passed the Espionage Act in 1917 which made it a crime for a
person to convey information with intent to interfere with the operation or success of
the armed forces of the United States or to promote the success of its enemies. The
punishment was a maximum $10,000 fine and twenty years imprisonment. The
legislation was passed by the urging of President Wilson who feared any wide spread
dissent in time of war, constituted a real threat to an American victory. On May 7,
1918, Federal warrants were issued in the United States for the arrest of Joseph
Rutherford (2nd president of Watchtower Society) and some of his close associates
for violating the Espionage Act. Not surprisingly, the Proclaimers book falsely states
that Rutherford was involved in "unjust imprisonment". pg.46. See above regarding
Beth-Sarim. Let's continue to reveal more secrets from the Watchtower organization.
Studies in the Scriptures. Volume 7.pg.327.
- Did you know that the Watchtower publication entitled
"Jehovah's Witnesses Proclaimers of God's Kingdom" is a
whitewashed fabrication to conceal the real "truth" behind
the Watchtower Society's history? The "Proclaimers book"
was fabricated by the Watchtower Society in the efforts to
conceal truthful information which has made its way to
thousands of "apostate" books and critical websites such as
this one. The Society published this book with the intent to
tell some of the truth, but not all of it. Let's review some of
- Did you know seven pages were deliberately cut out from
"the Finished Mystery" (Volume Seven of the Watchtower
Society publications Studies in the Scriptures), for violation
of the Espionage Act?
Studies in the Scriptures. Volume 7.
The Watchtower Society intentionally concealed this information to deny the fact that
under the presidencies of both Russell and Rutherford the occult practice of
pyramidology was used to foretell future events.
(See Screen 1:1914, see also Screen 3:Pyramidology.)
- Did you know that the Proclaimers book deliberately omits the image which
proves Charles Taze Russell's involvement with the occult practice of
pyramidology? Here are the images the book displays of Russell's grave:
Charles Taze Russell's
grave. Cemetery Lane,
outskirts of Pittsburgh,
believed the pyramid to be
God's Stone Witness, they
fail to admit that the
pyramid teachings years
after Russell's death in
1916, well into the
second presidency of
Jehovah's Witnesses Proclaimers
of Jehovah's Kingdom. pg.201.
Not surprisingly, the Proclaimers book does not show this nine foot stone
pyramid with WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY and a Masonic
symbol engraved on its side. This serves as mute testimony to Russell's
involvement with pyramidology, regardless of what the book ambiguously states
about the Pyramid of Gizeh:
Jehovah's Witnesses Proclaimers of God's
In the efforts to conceal Russell's connections with pyramidology,
the book intentionally omits this:
Although there are many misrepresentations in
the publication we have been discussing
(Jehovah's Witnesses Proclaimers of God's
Kingdom) we will end with this bizarre but
true concealment. When Joseph Rutherford
(second president of the Watchtower) was in
office, his publications were collectively
known as Rutherford's rainbow. The bold
colors of his books no doubt commanded
attention, as well as the images of naked people.
Although the Watchtower Society blurs out the image on the cover of the book
Reconciliation (as seen above), we have taken the liberty to show it to you:
Most notably the image above is not the only publication during
Rutherford's time that portrayed strange poses by naked people.
Jehovah's Witnesses Proclaimers of God's
- Did you know Judge Joseph Rutherford (second president of the Watchtower) was
a bona fide alcoholic therefore furious about the United States liquor prohibition?
From 1920 to 1933, the United States made it illegal to manufacture, sell, or
transport any intoxicating liquors within the United States and its territories based
on Article 19 of the Constitution. According to M. James Penton in his book
Jehovah's Witnesses and the Third Reich:
- Did you know that the Watchtower Society was and still is involved with the
United Nations (which they refer to as the Great Harlot) claiming their
membership was for a library card when it wasn't?
"For example the Watchtower president railed constantly
against prohibition and his agents illegally imported
liquor from the Canadian branch offices of the
International Bible Association in Toronto to
Watchtower headquarters in Brooklyn without blinking
an eye, even though the U.S. constitution prohibited the
production or possession of alcoholic beverages." pg.115
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