Friday, December 31, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
( became the President years after in 1977 )
Russell Blood Line and Illuminati Connection
Jan 17 1917, less then 3 mths Rutherford took over the control
After Russell's death, a leadership crisis arose surrounding the new president of the Society, Joseph Rutherford, resulting in a movement-wide schism. As many as three-quarters of the approximately 50,000 Bible Students who had been associating in 1917 had left by 1931, resulting in the formation of several groups that retained variations on the name Bible Students. Those who maintained fellowship with the Watch Tower Society adopted the name Jehovah's witnesses in 1931, while those who severed ties with the Society formed their own groups including the Pastoral Bible Institute in 1918, the Layman's Home Missionary Movement in 1919, and the Dawn Bible Students Association in 1929.
CT Russell beliefs and writings were scrapped by JF Rutherford the 2nd President of the WTB+TS.
Interesting that both Russell and Rutherford had roots back to Scotland,
Rutherford and six other Watch Tower executives were imprisoned in 1918 after charges were laid over the publication of The Finished Mystery, a book deemed "seditious" for its anti-war comments.
JFR saw this huge publishing business 1916 with a committed list of 200,000 followers not just readers but religious zealots who he could marshal to protest the Catholic Church and others with placards. Stand on street corners, and go from house to house preaching salvation the the Watchtower.
Rutherford introduced many organizational and doctrinal changes that helped shape the beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses. He imposed a centralized administrative structure on the worldwide Bible Student movement, which he later called a theocracy, requiring all members of the religion to distribute literature and preach door to door and provide regular reports of their activity.
He also instituted public speaking training programs as part of their weekly worship meetings. He established 1914 as the date of Christ's invisible return, asserted that Christ died on a tree rather than a cross, formulated the current Witness concept of Armageddon as God's war on the wicked, and reinforced the belief that the start of Christ's millennial reign was imminent.
He directed that adherents not observe traditional celebrations such as Christmas and birthdays, salute national flags or sing national anthems. He introduced the name "Jehovah's witnesses" in 1931 and the term "Kingdom Hall" for houses of worship in 1935.
He wrote twenty-one books and was credited by the Society in 1942 with the distribution of almost 400 million books and booklets. The number of adherents increased more than sixfold during Rutherford's 25 years as president.
and there are still more false predictions to go. 1975 and 1994 change in the reference to the "Generation"
Franz claimed to be able to translate from Hebrew To English, but in truth he failed to do so in a court of law in a trial in Scotland,
Life everlasting in freedom of the sons of God by Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania., 1966,Watchtower Bible and Tract Book contains the chronology started with CT Russell thru Rutherford then thru Mr. Organization President Nathan Knorr.
Knorr was into running the business whereas Franz was the Oracle who wrote the book in 1966 Life Everlasting in Freedom Of The Sons of God.
Frederick Franz 5th President preached the end of the 6000 years of mankind's history would come to an end in October 1975 . And the 1st You Tube Video Is The Voice and pictures of Franz preaching about 1975.
It is well documented in this book, now off the minds of JW's, since it proves 1975 was not the over enthusiastic reaction by the worldwise flock, but rather a very specific message driven into Jw's in 1966 by Franz and endorsed by Knorr.
After all this spirit picked 5 false prophets who were interested in profit from selling subscriptions,and books, CT Russell, Rutherford, Knorr and Frederick Franz, And Milton Henschell all false prophets.
“If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the Lord does not take place or come true,
that is a message the Lord has not spoken.
That prophet has spoken presumptuously. (Deut. 18:22).
“But the prophet who prophesies peace
will be recognized as one truly sent by the Lord
only if his prediction comes true” (Jer. 28:9).
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The health of the writer is very good, financial investments have all increased on the stock market and so have my real estate holdings and new acquisitions in investment properties.
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We have family and friends who enrich our lives and we look forward to spending time with them over Xmas Holidays.
I wish you all the best health wealth and happiness for this Holiday Season.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
LONDON – A British judge ordered Julian Assange released on 200,000 pounds ($316,000) bail Tuesday, but the WikiLeaks founder will remain in custody for at least two more days after Swedish prosecutors challenged that decision.
Assange has spent a week in a U.K. jail following his surrender to British police over a Swedish sex-crimes warrant. He denies any wrongdoing but has refused to voluntarily surrender to Sweden's request to extradite him for questioning — arguing that he could be questioned from Britain.
In a day of courtroom drama, the 39-year-old Australian was first told by a judge that he would be freed, then less than two hours later was informed he had at least another 48 hours in custody.
Britain's High Court will hear the Swedish appeal, but it wasn't clear exactly when.
"They clearly will not spare any expense to keep Mr. Assange in jail," his lawyer Mark Stephens told journalists outside the entrance to the City of Westminster Magistrates' Court in London. "This is really turning into a show trial."
Lawyer Gemma Lindfield, acting for Sweden, had asked the court to deny Assange bail, arguing Tuesday that the allegations against him were serious, that he had only weak ties to Britain and that he had "the means and ability to abscond."
Reminding the court that it had already labeled Assange a flight risk, she argued that "nothing has changed since last week to allay the court's fears in this regard."
She also rejected attempts to link Assange's case with the work of WikiLeaks — which last month deeply angered U.S. officials by beginning to publish its trove of 250,000 secret U.S. diplomatic cables.
"This is not a case about WikiLeaks, rather a case about alleged serious offenses against two women," Lindfield told the court Tuesday.
Celebrity supporters in the court — including socialite Jemima Khan and actress Bianca Jagger — and hundreds of pro-WikiLeaks protesters outside the building cheered at District Judge Howard Riddle's decision to grant Assange bail.
Under the ruling, Assange must wear an electronic tag, stay at a specific address in southern England, report to police every evening and observe two four-hour curfews each day in addition to putting up the bond.
Lindfield has said Assange is accused of rape, molestation and unlawful coercion by two women for separate incidents last August in Sweden. She said one had accused him of pinning her down and refusing to use a condom. A second woman says Assange had sex with her without a condom while he was a guest at her Stockholm home and she was asleep.
In Sweden, a person who has sex with an unconscious, drunk or sleeping person can be convicted of rape and sentenced to up to six years in prison.
Assange has not been charged in Sweden. His lawyers say the allegations stem from a dispute over "consensual but unprotected sex" and argue that he has offered to make himself available for questioning via video link or in person in the U.K., where Scotland Yard has facilities for foreign prosecutors to quiz people.
Several wealthy supporters — including filmmaker Michael Moore — have put up a total of 240,000 pounds ($380,000) as a guarantee for Assange, his lawyers said.
Vaughan Smith, founder of the Frontline Club — a restaurant and forum for journalists in London — told the court Tuesday that Assange was misunderstood. Under the terms of his bail, Assange would be ordered to live at Ellingham Hall, Smith's 10-bedroom country mansion in Suffolk, southeastern England.
Riddle said he had granted Assange bail because — unlike a week ago — he now had a verified address to live at and had cleared up confusion over when he arrived in Britain.
Assange's next court appearance was set for Jan. 11, ahead of a full hearing on Feb. 7 and 8.
Outside the court, Smith said Assange feared that the Swedish extradition case was an attempt to punish him for WikiLeaks' publication of the U.S. diplomatic cables and that legal challenges from U.S. authorities were coming in the future.
Although Assange's supporters have raised fears that Washington will try to extradite him from Sweden, legal experts and Swedish officials say such a move would be impossible without British approval.
"Sweden cannot, without such consent, extradite a person, for example to the USA," a statement posted to the Swedish prosecution website said last week.
Assange's mother Christine, who was flown to Britain by Australian media outlets, watched the hearing nervously from a public gallery about six feet (two meters) from her son's seat. She gave a huge smile as Riddle granted bail.
"I just want to thank everyone who's turned up to show their support and who's taken an interest," Christine Assange told The Associated Press as she waved to her son.
She was not in court later to hear that her reunion with her son had been thrown into doubt by the Swedish appeal.
Raphael G. Satter, Cassandra Vinograd and Jill Lawless in London contributed to this report.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
British Court Orders Leader of WikiLeaks Freed on Bail
By RAVI SOMAIYA and Alan Cowell from Berlin
LONDON — After a week in detention facing possible extradition, Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks antisecrecy group, was ordered released on $310,000 bail by a court on Tuesday as he challenges a Swedish prosecutor’s demand that he return to Stockholm for questioning about alleged sex offenses.
However, Mr. Assange remained in custody pending a hearing on an appeal by the prosecutor, which would take place within the next 48 hours.
In granting bail, Judge Howard Riddle ordered that Mr. Assange appear again in court on Jan. 11. He also said that between then and now he must reside at Ellingham Hall, a Georgian mansion in Bungay, in eastern England, owned by Vaughan Smith, the founder of a club for journalists. Mr. Assange must spend every night at the mansion and will be electronically tagged so the police can track his movements, the judge said.
Additionally, Mr. Assange will be under curfew every day from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be required to report daily to the police from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. His passport is already with the police and, under the terms of his bail, he is not permitted to travel abroad.
Judge Riddle said he granted bail on Tuesday, after denying it a week ago, because Mr. Assange was now able to provide an address where he would be staying. The judge described his earlier decision as “marginal” and said that Mr. Assange had now met that condition of his bail “handsomely.”
Mr. Assange was wearing a dark blue suit and a white shirt open at the collar. Reporters said he seemed paler and more fatigued than at the first hearing on Dec. 7 when bail was denied. When the judge announced that bail would be granted on Tuesday, Mr. Assange gave a thumbs-up sign to the packed courthouse.
The case has generated enormous international interest, with figures in the Obama administration weighing whether to prosecute him, critics vilifying him and supporters depicting him as a hero and martyr. Crowds of media crews and reporters built up around the court near Parliament early on Tuesday, mingling with Mr. Assange’s followers.
An Australian newspaper, the Sunshine Coast News, reported on Tuesday that his mother, Christine Assange, had flown to London to be with him.
In a 10-minute telephone conversation with his mother, the newspaper said, Mr. Assange declared: “My convictions are unfaltering. I remain true to the ideals I have always expressed. These circumstances shall not shake them. If anything, this process has increased my determination that they are true and correct.”
Mrs. Assange was among around 100 people — mainly lawyers and journalists — crammed into Court No. 1 at City of Westminster Magistrates Court for her son’s arrival. Mr. Assange arrived in the court building several hours before the afternoon hearing, according to reporters at the court house.
The legal wrangle over Mr. Assange’s future erupted after WikiLeaks posted troves of classified American documents on the Internet, the most recent of them drawn from some 250,000 diplomatic cables between the State Department in Washington and American missions abroad.
While Mr. Assange has ascribed the sex offense charges — which he denies — to “dirty tricks” related to his antisecrecy operations, Swedish prosecutors insist there is no link. A week ago, Mr. Assange surrendered to British authorities and was jailed after a judge reviewing the extradition request found him to be a flight risk and denied bail.
Despite his release Tuesday, a final decision on whether he is to be extradited could take weeks or longer.
Speaking about the case in recent weeks, Mr. Assange has said that he had consensual relations with two young Swedish women. He said he met them during a trip to Sweden in August that he made in a bid to establish a haven for himself and WikiLeaks under Sweden’s broad laws protecting press freedoms.
The charges relate to the question of whether these encounters ceased to be consensual when a condom was no longer being used. Sweden’s request for extradition is designed to enable prosecutors to question Mr. Assange about charges of “rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion.”
The latest twist in the drama began a week ago when officers from Scotland Yard arrested Mr. Assange after he went to a central London police station by agreement with the authorities.
In a packed courtroom hearing lasting nearly an hour a week ago, Gemma Lindfield, a lawyer acting for the Swedish government, outlined some of the detailed allegations against Mr. Assange made by the Swedish women, both WikiLeaks volunteers. They involved three incidents, including one in which Mr. Assange was alleged to have had unprotected sex with one of his accusers while she was asleep.
In court last week, Mr. Assange refused to give a current address, giving first a post office box, then an address in Parkville in the Australian state of Victoria, where he lived before adopting a peripatetic lifestyle since founding WikiLeaks in 2006.
The exchange appeared to have weighed against his request for bail, which was supported by financial guarantees of more than $150,000 from a cast of well-known supporters present in court, including the filmmaker Ken Loach and Jemima Khan, a socialite and political activist.
The judge, Howard Riddle, agreed with Ms. Lindfield that there were “significant grounds” for thinking Mr. Assange posed a flight risk, because of his “nomadic lifestyle,” his lack of ties in Britain, his network of international contacts and his access to substantial sums donated by WikiLeaks supporters.
His week of imprisonment has had little evident impact on the flow of leaked documents from an archive that was made available to five news organizations, including The New York Times. In the telephone conversation with his mother, Mr. Assange said: “I am calling on the world to protect my work and my people from these illegal and immoral acts.”
Many of the communications between the State Department and 274 overseas embassies and missions remain to be released.
According to WikiLeaks, only 1,344 of a total 251,287 documents have so far been published on its Web site since it began releasing the latest batch of documents on Nov. 28. Previously the organization had publicized confidential material about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Ravi Somaiya reported from London, and Alan Cowell from Berlin.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
"When Paster Charles Taze Russel the founder of the Witnesses died in 1916 he was buried with a marker a few feet away by his tomb sculptured as a large pyramid five to six feet high, with the Mason logo embossed on it and remains to this day for all to see. Although putting up a smoke screen by writing articles in the Watchtower magazine that he was the editor of, against the Masons, evidence shows without a doubt he was greatly influenced by them , as well as into Egyptology as can be seen by the design and presentation of his books and the information used. If you do not believe me then check it out. Or how about this one: "Why was Charles Taze Russel buried in the Masonic Cemetery, under a pyramid with Templar inscriptions?" Source
- Pyramidology. Following views first taught by Christian writers such as John Taylor, Charles Piazzi Smyth and Joseph Seiss, he believed the Great Pyramid of Giza was built by the Hebrews (associated to the Hyksos) under God’s direction, but to be understood only in our day. He adopted and used Seiss's phrase referring to it as "the Bible in stone". He believed that certain biblical texts, including Isaiah 19:19–20 and others, prophesied a future understanding of the Great Pyramid and adopted the view that the various ascending and descending passages represented the fall of man, the provision of the Mosaic Law, the death of Christ, the exultation of the saints in heaven, etc. Calculations were made using the pattern of an inch per year. Dates such as 1874, 1914, and 1948 were purported to have been found through the study of this monument.
The newspaper and magazine industry has always been a cutthroat business – even in the world of Jehovah’s Witness publications. Charles Taze Russell began what is now known as The Watchtower publication in 1879 for use in the door-to-door ministry by the Jehovah’s Witnesses. They were unchallenged until 1889 when a new, radical door-to-door publication entered the marketplace.
A young journalist named David McStevens founded “The Loincloth: Exposing Christianity” in 1889 and immediately threatened the Watchtower’s door-to-door dominance. Within the first year, Watchtower’s circulation dipped down by 35 percent. Readership for the Loincloth increased even more when they began to give away tickets for the 144,000 available seats in heaven with crossword puzzle contests.
McStevens and Russell became embroiled in a heated battle; McStevens claimed Russell was buying some of the tickets to heaven and not coming by them the honest way – earning them or winning them. Russell did not deny the charges and then scalped 100 heaven seating tickets for a total of $2.3 million dollars.
With a little extra cash on hand, Russell increased the production and dissemination of his Watchtower literature. By 1910 McStevens had all but disappeared from the big picture. According to Witness Micah Onas’s annual list in 1911, the Fortunate 144,000, David McStevens had slipped in the rankings all the way from #58 to #143, 820 - putting his eternal existence in jeopardy. Charles Russell held steady at #3 behind Jesus and Booker T. Washington. Source
But don't let them in your house!
2 John 1:10-11, If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not take him into your house or welcome him. 11Anyone who welcomes him shares in his wicked work.
Its always interesting when JW's come knocking with their current edition of the Watchtower and Awake magazine. They like to throw a softball article at unsuspecting home dweller.
The insidious wolf in sheeps clothing slowly maneuvers to control the flow of the conversation to their presentation and the goal of selling literature (they refer to placing literature) and logging hours of field service for their monthly time report.
The ultimate goal is to find a warm house to secure a bible study every week, that gets them off the street corner and off the frozen front porches during the winter. To proselytize in a 1 to 1 study of their version of bible truth.
The overall objective? To witness to the world about their organization which they claim is the only way to gain the salvation of God. They do not lead to Christ Jesus.
And to recruit more Watchtower slaves to the cause. Without work they have no salvation. You see one cannot be a JW without the door to door ministry.
The truth is they are not connected to God thru Christ, they have an Organization to follow rather then following Jesus Christ. Salvation is NOT available with out works for JW's.
For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus,
They pay lip service to this bible verse, but do not believe it...
Because by grace you have salvation through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is given by God:
Over the last 46 years I have studied every part of the beliefs of JW's,
I was brainwashed and baptised in 1964 at the age of 10.
I was trapped in this cult for 30 years and I finally cut the ties it took me until 1995, powerful guilt/fear mind contolling sect/cult.
I started having doubts back in the early 1980's. The threat that was held over my head was that I would be disfellowshipped if I read any information that was contrary the the written books and magazines and beliefs of WTB+TS
Reading contrary material on the internet is considered apostate and punishable by disfellowshiping and shunning.
Fortunately my eyes begun to be open when I read the book published by Raymond Franz .
Raymond Victor Franz (May 8, 1922 – June 2, 2010) was a member of the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses from 20 October 1971 until 22 May 1980, and served at the organization's world headquarters for fifteen years, from 1965 until 1980. Franz claimed the request for his resignation and his subsequent disfellowshipping resulted from allegations of his apostasy from the faith. Franz wrote two books that related his personal experiences with the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society and his views on Jehovah's Witnesses teachings.
Franz wrote two books—Crisis of Conscience (1983) and In Search of Christian Freedom (1991)—presenting detailed accounts of his experiences as a Jehovah's Witness, a Governing Body member, and his experiences throughout various levels of the organization
The Internet has opened the door to mounds of information on the checkered past of the Presidents of the International Bible Students, Watchtower Bible+Track Society and since 1931 called Jehovah's Witnesesses . The majority of JW's will not want to discuss the failed prophesyies of their founder and the President (leaders) that followed CT Russell.
Over the last 20 years I have come to the conclusion that they are a man made sect with no connection to the truth. "The Truth" as they refer to their cult religion, bears no resemblance to the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Today 2 men came knocking witholding the Truth and hiding the 135 year history about the Truth!
The internet is filled with information that was not available to researchers prior to the 1996 world wide web being opened to the world.
In the 1 November 1995 Watchtower magazine, the Jehovah's Witnesses made a major doctrinal change concerning the "Generation of 1914." To better understand the significance of this change it is crucial to understand the importance they place on the year 1914 and how their beliefs concerning that year have radically changed throughout their history.
he denighed that 1975 was a a failed prophesy of the Jehovah's Witnesses, and he degned that a change in the Generation 1914 date. Source
In the Awake! magazine of November 8the 1995 the masthead of the magazine was significantly changed. This single change is perhaps the most significant and obvious. They have now totally rejected the original 1914 generation doctrine. Of course, most witnesses on the street, are not even aware of this yet because they are forbidden to read "apostate" material. What is apostate about this material? Did it not reveal truth to YOU??? Had you noticed the masthead change below in the Awake magazine? Source
This time I again ...I heard the same twisted lies from the elder slave that claimed 45-50 years in the Cult. They do NOT want the world where they preach to know the truth about Jehovah's Winessess.
So with the Watchtower slaves on my doorstep Saturday morning,
I decided to take control of the the direction of the conversation.
and I told them I didn't want their magazines, but I did have some questions...
Jehovah's witnesses never listen...but they love to talk, so by framing my inquiry as noted above, my questions would allow me to direct the conversation to the holes in their religious beliefs and the lies in their time table and bible chronology which is the crux of their message at the deeper levels of brainwashing. hence I can bring to the Knockers attention , the huge mounds of information, facts , inconsistencies false prophesy as well as outright bold face lies .
This preacher told me that NO WTBS ARTICLE HAD EVER CLAIMED that 1914 generation was going to see the end of the world. And the failed prophesy of 1975 was blamed on the over enthusiasm of the flock of Jw's and that the writers and Governing bidy of JW's NEVER made those claims.
The Big Lie
The Big Lie was Hitlers masterpiece... The Big Lie so too with the Witnesses, who have re-wriiten, buried their history because they have run out of time , ALL their significant time prophecy's have failed.
They are governed NOT by the Holy Spirit , I suspect they are controlled by a different spirit one that is determined to mislead the entire inhabitant earth.
12:7 And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels,
12:8 And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven.
12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.
So I told the 2 men that came to my door that I wondered how many times the Holy Spirit could be wrong?
The holy spirit was wrong when picking CT Russell and his 2 dates 1874 and 1914.
And the holy spirit was wrong when Rutherford took over the WTB+TS and he picked 1925 as the date when the end would come.
Then when Frederick Franz used the chronology based on CT Russells dates with his copycat chronology from The 7th Day Adventists, Millerites, Barbour , this date also failed.
Every President from CT Russell to the present day has changed the believes as their prophecy's fail. The web has captured 135 years of JW's written history on the Internet.
Today I challenged them on CT Russell claim about 1914 being the date when they would go to heaven, when the claim was made to ALL Jw's that the generation people that were of an age of understanding in 1914 would see the end conclusion of the system of things. These people are now those people would be 96 years of age. and Jw's were taught that the Remnant of Christs brothers on the earth would never die and be transformed in the twinkling of an eye and go to heaven before Armageddon.
"Likewise today, most of the generation of 1914 has passed away. However, there are still millions on earth who were born in that year or prior to it." (Watchtower April 8, 1988 p14) Another example of the "Generation" doctrine change
"When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him" (Deuteronomy 18:22).
Each President picked wrong dates...this is JR Rutherfords Book where he stated the year 1925 would be the critical date...later calling himself an ass for picking a date that came and went.
Millions Now Living Will Never Die! By J. F. Rutherford
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