We’ve all seen it as we look up the road whilst frantically feeding the kids or trying to get them ready, men in suits and ladies in skirts, congregating in groups planning their next assault at the most inconvenient time possible.
Then all at once they disperse like seals at the sight of an Orca whale fragmenting in separate areas of the road then comes that familiar sound, it’s a knock on your door. Do I hide or do I accept my offer of a paradise on Earth, but tickets are only available to those of this religion, everyone else of course will die at Armageddon.
I am talking of course about the religion known as ‘Jehovah’s witnesses’ and as I do I like to analyse the inner most workings of all religions which I have exposed in my numerous books.
I have family members who belong to this cult and I have had many discussions with them about their belief structures. But not even they know the origins of their religion which is from a place or another religion namely Judaism.
Charles Taze Russell, the founder of Jehovah’s witnesses, was a high ranking freemason and freemasonry is a Jewish establishment and therefore walks hand in hand. And you only need look at his Grave in Pittsburgh which is full of Masonic and Egyptian (Scottish Rite) symbols to see this fact.
When they try and tempt you and they place the fear of your death at the battle of Armageddon little do they realise that this battle has already been fought a long time ago under the name of the battle of Har-megiddo.
This is what Wikipedia has to say:
“The Battle of Megiddo (15th century BC) was fought between Egyptian forces under the command of Pharaoh Thutmose III and a large rebellious coalition of Canaanite vassal states led by the king of Kadesh It is the first battle to have been recorded in what is accepted as relatively reliable detail. Megiddo is also the first recorded use of the composite bow and the first body count All details of the battle come from Egyptian sources—primarily the hieroglyphic writings on the Hall of Annals in the Temple of Amun-Re at Karnak, Thebes (now Luxor), by the military scribe Tjaneni.
The ancient Egyptian account gives the date of the battle as the 21st day of the first month of the third season, of Year 23 of the reign of Thutmose III. It has been claimed that this was April 16, 1457 BC according to the Middle Chronology, although other publications place the battle in 1482 BC or 1479 BC. The Battle of Megiddo was an Egyptian victory and resulted in a rout of the Canaanite forces, which fled to safety in the city of Megiddo. Their action resulted in the subsequent lengthy Siege of Megiddo.
By re-establishing Egyptian dominance in the Levant, Thutmose III began a reign in which the Egyptian Empire reached its greatest expanse”.
This is the legendary battle they talk of, but fail to mention it was in the past and not a future battle involving Gods armies.
When they talk of the 1000 year reign of Christ post battle of Armageddon they are unknowingly quoting from the Kabballah (which means to receive) and their belief that each day represents a 1000 years, Sunday being the first day and therefore is the 1000 year reign of Christ. I have stated in my books that in astronomy the figure known as Jesus is really the Solar Sun. Jehovah himself is the Latin version and equivalent of Yahweh the Hebrew God and Yahweh derives from Yod-He-Wau-He which are the 4 elements.
I was one told by a Jehovah ’s Witness that God will destroy Non- witnesses by using the elements, well this is where that theory comes from as their God is the 4 elements, unbeknown to them. Such a loving God that you die for not worshipping him, or it, the word worship deriving from warship!
Their now famous magazine the Watchtower is referring to the cardinal points and their guardianship, or in magic this is the magic circle spoken of. Freemasonry has a magic section within its many ranks. Hall as in Kingdom Hall derives from the word cellar which means to conceal or hide something!!!
The Jehovah’s witnesses are merely a spin-off of Judaism and like mainstream Christianity they quote from the divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures. Their none celebration of the likes of Christmas is due to such festivals having pagan origins; or so they say, it really has astronomical origins.
So there you have it, I could have continued with other examples and sliced the religion up completely but I think that will suffice for now!