We are glad you made it to our Internet home and base of operations. For those of you who know us as critics of Jehovah's Witnesses, you may be surprised to find that we are much more than that. Our personal interestes are varied, so you will see other subject matter covered here, occasionally.
There is much more to this world than meets the eye, and we hope to successfully bring to light some of those things that are hidden or "occult." Religion is an ancient weapon that continues to be used to control those who need something comforting to latch onto. It is our opinion that all people should be free to evaluate information without the influence of fear, superstition, ignorance, or deliberate mind control perpetrated by those who believe they are superior and, therefore, have the right to dominate others.
The Watchtower Society came to our attention when a family member married a Jehovah's Witness. Since that time, we have observed the serious consequences of being associated with this group. After doing some in-depth research, we came to the startling conclusion that the Witnesses, although sincerely believing they are members of a legitimate mainstream religion, are actually caught up in what is known as a "destructive cult." (go to freedomofmind.com for more information).
It is interesting to note that Charles T. Russell (the Society's founder) looked beyond the Bible in his quest for hidden knowledge. Although his membership as a Mason can't been conclusively confirmed, his personal philosophy reflected Masonry, and Masonic influence can still be detected in today's Watchtower organization. (Go to http://www.whale.to/c/Watchtower_and_the_Masons.pdf to view the PDF file of Fritz Springmeier's book, "The Watchtower and the Masons.")
Masons practice a form of ritual magick they call "The Craft." It is, therefore, no accident that the main JW periodicals are called "The Watchtower" and "Awake!" since the four Archangels summoned in Enochian magick inhabit Watchtowers and are known as the "Awake Ones" who monitor human evolution. This is ironic, since Jehovah's Witnesses are very careful to avoid anything that has pagan origins.
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