Scroll down SLOWLY (spoiler space below) so that the great God's Plan is only progressively revealed to you:
Now, I ask you in all honesty - what could be clearer than the above?
God's Plan clearly jumps out of the illustration, doesn't it?
Right down to the pile of "Rubbish" (chips of ancient builders), fittingly on the right to the lower part of the pyramid, and of course the Ventilators, and the entrance passage carefully aligned with Alpha Draconis.
I mean, what clearer exposition could there be of God's Plan for humanity?
The illustration is from a book written by someone who had become Watchtower founder Charles Taze Russell's closest associates - William E. Van Amburgh . It is on page 157 of "The Way to Paradise," a 1924 publication. Amburgh was so close to Russell that Russell hugely relied on him in the Miracle Wheat cartoon libel lawsuit against the Brooklyn Daily Eagle in 1915, which Russell lost.
Amburgh was the Secretary-Treasurer of the corporate body (a position he held for almost 70 years) and had been appointed in Russell's will to be primus inter pares in the organization. On Russell's death, he formed a trinity with Rutherford, who he then supported to be the overall boss. And so it happened.
Their camaraderie grew when they were jointly imprisoned for their anti-war sentiments.
As a consequence, Rutherford allowed him a lot of leeway, and even freely advertised Amburgh's piece de resistance, "The Way to Paradise", within the Watchtower - something extraordinarily uncommon. It is therefore fair to take its contents as if it were a Watchtower publication, as that is how potential readers and buyers would have viewed it.
The image above is, indeed, consistent with Russell's own views on God's Plan, set out in Volume 1 of his Studies in the Scriptures - the Divine Plan of the Ages.
So, whenever you think - "No, the Watchtower can't be even loonier than that", Brother Phookus will produce something to help you comprehend that these wretches were not only weirder than you thought, they're weirder than anyone possibly could think!
Here's the person who channeled "God's Plan" - the great Watchtowerite, W.E. Van Ambrugh:
And here's the whole Wild Bunch. recently released from jail serving sentences for sedition at a time of war.
To call them idiots would be a calumny. Against "idiots", that is.
Seated 3rd from the left is Van Ambrugh; 4th is Rutherford. Yes, he looks a bit drunk, doesn't he?
And what's that person in the lower right corner hiding under the chair? Do I see the top of a jeroboam or some other container of booze for Da Judge?