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Video 128

Unveiled – Another Satanic Trait of the Watchtower

While doing video 127 I wanted to remind Jehovah’s Witnesses that Jesus promised at John 14:26 that the Holy Spirit would teach them all things. But the King James Version uses the phrase, “The Holy Ghost” – a phrase Jehovah’s Witnesses do not like. Not wanting to offend them, I decided to use the New World Translation. In the end, I used the NIV because of something quite peculiar I had never observed before.

When I started this channel two years ago, I was disturbed because of the false doctrines the Watchtower taught in the past, and continues to teach today, with my brother trapped therein. At that time, even though I know that Satan is behind all false doctrines, it never quite dawned on me that the organization was Satanic. I thought the organization itself was a victim of the devil, deceived by the master deceiver. But as I examined the organization more, the following has been come to the surface.

Jehovah's Witnesses have been taught, and are out by the millions teaching

that you are not a part of the new covenant

that you have no heavenly hope

that Jesus is not your mediator

that you must not partake of the emblems of Jesus body and blood

that God is not omnipresent

that Jesus is not God


Those are the outwardly satanic doctrines that Jehovah's Witnesses believe and teach. But there are two dangerous doctrines that Jehovah's Witnesses do not outwardly believe, but unknowingly teach. Please take keen note of the word, unknowingly. I am not here setting out to make Jehovah's Witnesses look Satanic. They do not know. They do not recognize what is indeed happening here and what they are being used to spread.


In this case I will emphasize: Jehovah's Witnesses are all VICTIMS of. Satan is using them to subtly spread a message they do not recognize they are spreading - and here it is:


that Satan is due respect, and that, over and above the Holy Spirit.


It is common knowledge that the Watchtower uses a common g for God, as it relates to Jesus at John 1:1. That is its way of demonstrating that Jesus is inferior to the Father. In other words, the use of common letters is a mark of inferiority. When, in video 108, I pointed out that the organization always uses a capital letter for "the devil", some Watchtower apologists accused me of silly nit-picking. But, think about it. Why would an organization go to such length to ensure that every reference to the devil, from 1950 to this day - for 66 years and more, every reference to the devil has a capital D? Just to clarify 1950. I am using the Watchtower Library CD, which takes us back to publications as far as 1950. It is fair to assume it was the same before 1950, but I like to stick with what is proven, over what is presumed.


Please take a look at this quote:


Then was Jesus led up of the spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil.
Watchtower - May 1, 1950 p133 par13

“Whatever Else You Get, Get Understanding”


And this


Then the devil taketh him into the holy city; ... Again, the devil taketh him unto an exceeding high mountain,

Watchtower - May 1, 1950 p133 par13

“Whatever Else You Get, Get Understanding”


Dear Watchtower apologists, before you jump for joy, believing I have just demonstrated that the Watchtower does not ALWAYS use a capital D for the devil, hold on to the celebration. In that article, the organization was quoting from the King James Version of the Bible. The King James Version of the Bible uses a common D for the devil. It is the King James Version that used the common letters, not the organization.


In that very article, when the Watchtower was not quoting another source, when it used its own words, it insisted on using a capital D, even when the very Bible it was using at the time had set the example. In that one article, the phrase, "the devil" appeared 12 times. Four times, it used a common D. All four times, it was quoting the King James Bible. All other 8 references, when the Watchtower was using its own words, it used a capital D for the devil, again, even though the Bible it was using at the time set the opposite example.


That was 1950. Let's come back to this decade. Please listen to this, and take a look at this quotation:


The New Catholic Encyclopedia states: “Baptism is necessary for salvation. As Christ himself said, unless one is born again of water and the Holy Spirit, one cannot enter the Kingdom of God (Jn 3.5).”

Watchtower - June 1, 2014, p10

What Hope for My Ancestors?


The Watchtower, capitalized the Holy Spirit, only because it was quoting another source. When the organization is using its own words, it uses common letters for the Holy Spirit. Why? Coincidence?


Dear Jehovah’s Witnesses, please take your Watchtower Library software and examine the evidence for yourself. Based on the evidence set forth in Watchtower publications, I have reached the conclusion that this organization is Satanic to the core.


Dear Jehovah's Witnesses, I have provided the evidence. It is for you to draw your own conclusion. The question is, in so doing, do you have the courage to be honest with yourself?


May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

2 Corinthians 13:14 (NIV)