The Jehovah's Witnesses

The Jehovah's Witness organization is believed to be a Christian option to the many other Christian denominations. However this religion contains many questionable elements including serious doctrinal error, the use of subliminals, and blatant occult and masonic images in their material. Although any connection between occultism and the Jehovah's Witness movement is vehemently denied, we can see the marks of Masonry and the occult throughout Jehovah's Witness documents and history. This is an occult society pretending to represent Jehovah.

<p>Notice the <a href="http://users.skynet.be/lotus/intro/intro-en.htm" rel="nofollow" target="blank">pyramid</a> on these Jehovah's Witness books. This is an occult society pretending to represent Jehovah.</p>
Notice the pyramid on these Jehovah's Witness books. This is an occult society pretending to represent Jehovah.
<p>Prophecies from <a title="Read our article on JW doctrine" href="../S-deception-Spiritism_Jehovahs_Witnesses_Russell" target="blank">Jehovah's Witness</a> doctrine, with the year they were to be fulfilled. Clearly, none have come to pass.</p>
Prophecies from Jehovah's Witness doctrine, with the year they were to be fulfilled. Clearly, none have come to pass.
<p>Notice the occult symbols&mdash;the <a href="http://keithwhittington1974.deviantart.com/art/Eye-Of-Horus-with-Isis-Wings-276838822" target="blank">wings of Isis and the sun disk</a>&mdash;on these <a title="Read our article on JW doctrine" href="http://amazingdiscoveries.org/S-deception-Spiritism_Jehovahs_Witnesses_Russell" target="blank">Jehovah's Witness</a> books. Many believe that founder of the JW movement Charles Russell was a high Freemason. <a href="http://amazingdiscoveries.org/albums/p/54/Watchtower.jpg" target="blank"><em>Watchtower</em> magazine shows how Russell wanted to die a Masonic death</a>, and a monument erected in his honor also bears Masonic symbolism.</p>
Notice the occult symbols—the wings of Isis and the sun disk—on these Jehovah's Witness books. Many believe that founder of the JW movement Charles Russell was a high Freemason. Watchtower magazine shows how Russell wanted to die a Masonic death, and a monument erected in his honor also bears Masonic symbolism.
<p>A chart depicting the predictions of the <a title="Read our article on JW doctrine" href="../S-deception-Spiritism_Jehovahs_Witnesses_Russell" target="blank">Jehovah's Witnesses</a>. None of these predictions have come to pass.</p>
A chart depicting the predictions of the Jehovah's Witnesses. None of these predictions have come to pass.
The Jehovah&#039;s Witness movement claims to use only the Bible as their source of inspiration, but follow many doctrines not parallel with Scripture.
The Jehovah's Witness movement claims to use only the Bible as their source of inspiration, but follow many doctrines not parallel with Scripture.
<p>Jehovah's Witness C. T. Russell (1852-1916).&nbsp;<a title="Read our article on the JWs" href="../S-deception-Spiritism_Jehovahs_Witnesses_Russell" target="blank">Read more about Jehovah's Witnesses</a>.</p>
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Jehovah's Witness C. T. Russell (1852-1916). Read more about Jehovah's Witnesses. Public Domain https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Russell_Charles_Taze_1911.jpg