Jehovah's Witness Assembly Hall?

by greenhornet 6 Replies latest jw friends

  • greenhornet

    I was driving on some back roads today and seen a large building, The building was about 700 feet square and only 2 cars in a very large parking lot. The sign in the front said Jehovah's Witness Assembly Hall. The doors were locked and I heard no machine noise inside. My question to you Jw's on this board is do they assemble (build) these witnesses at this plant. And if so can you tour the plant. I am very interested in seeing how a Jehovah's witness is built. Thanks GH

  • AnneB

    Actually a lot of the work is done offsite by unpaid workers. Making a new Jehovah's Witness can take a long time since the workers usually have other, full-time jobs to support themselves and their families and are often reluctant to become involved in the required process.

    What you saw is actually a testing facility. They fire it up most weekends.

    If you do investigate further exercise extreme caution; in a place like that there is always a danger that you will be sucked in.

  • OnTheWayOut

    They really do say "Jehovah's Witnesses Assembly Hall" on the outside.
    The devil knows what they do on the inside.

    Rumor has it that they haven't totally modernized, still do most things by hand.

    Here's a peak.

  • WTWizard

    This is what you probably saw: The assembly hall was nothing more than a place where Jehovah's Witlesses have their Big and Great Boasting Sessions. If there was no such session in progress, then you saw a couple of cars of those who have administrative duties there. Of course, there will be no machines running because there is no Big or Great Boasting Session going on.

    The actual assembling of the witlesses actually takes place in the field. They go door to door and search out people that are willing to believe that they need to do the same to live forever in paradise on Earth. Then they use those washtowel publications, currently the Washtowel Teach book, to teach them the washtowel version of what the Bible says. If all goes well, the victim is baptized within a few months and goes out and "assembles" other witlesses. This does not happen inside the A$$embly Hell but out on the streets.

    On the lighter side, perhaps it is in order to write to the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger about this. Hey, they can tamper with words to make them say whatever they want--so why couldn't we?

  • greenhornet

    Thanks . I always enjoy learning more.

  • amicus
    I am very interested in seeing how a Jehovah's witness is built.

    This is a closely guarded secret. Once you understand how a thing is built it is far to easy to dissemble it. The Corporation that builds these Jehovah's Witnesses have no desire for anyone to unmake their products.

  • steve2

    From my experience, it is far, far easier to assemble a Jehovah's Witness than to dis-assemble him or her. Even people who have not been actively involved in the Watchtower for years may still sound like an assembled Jehovah's Witness.

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