Is this 2034 date actually something the cult put out?

by mickbobcat 21 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Anna Marina
    Anna Marina

    The Watchtower teaches that mankind is living both before and after Armageddon. The way individuals perceive information is used to manage them.

    A non-date related example is that a man can be appointed as an elder, despite serious wrong-doing (for which he does not have to be sorry) so long as he makes the right noises to the other elders and no one in the congregation is talking about it.

  • dropoffyourkeylee

    Funny, 2034 doesn't seem too far away anymore.

  • DesirousOfChange

    Funny, 2034 doesn't seem too far away anymore.

    And in 2035 they will come up with a new "possible" timeline.

    The great thing about "overlapping generations" is that there is always a new generation of chumps to sucker.

  • Anna Marina
    Anna Marina
    By changing 'times' to a number greater than 2 in the time, times and half a time calculation and without changing the 607 BCE start, you can set the invisible presence date to a point earlier than 1914.
  • Nathan Natas
    Nathan Natas

    I am Spartacus.

  • BluesBrother

    We should not read into articles things that are not there, and then criticise them for false prophecies. That Sept 2020 articlesaid nothing about a date for the end, just discussed Noah's flood.

    The article did say that the end will be "soon", as always.

  • Anna Marina
    Anna Marina

    Watchtower No 2 2020

    What Is God's Kingdom

    Page 9 - item 1

    '1914... a turning point in history'

    Awake No 1 2019

    Will We Ever Feel Safe and Secure

    Page 12 para 3 When Will God's Kingdom Come?

    '1914 is the great turning point'

  • waton

    It is highly unlikely that Noah, and his family when building that impossibly large wooden structure with bronze-age hand tools would consider that wait " soon ". No sober carpenter would endorse that idea either. With hands on experience, why did Jesus do that?

    The only time that he used his trade in a fable, illustration by the way

  • Anna Marina
    Anna Marina

    Bronze-age? Was Noah a tin miner? Or did he know one?

  • waton
    Was Noah a tin miner? Or did he know one?

    AM: the building of the Ark coincided ~ with the building of the pyramids, and high tension steel tools, fittings were in the distant future then. The pyramids were glorified heaps of stone, ships glorified rafts.

    Nobody, that has not done it, can imagine the agony of any hand powered work. for decades, on an all vegetarian diet, no less. Good point. Noah, must have also earned a living, traded for supplies.

    All we need now is also seeing him preaching with stone, or wood tablets or

    Papyrus rolls, H2H with the collosal ark on the horizon, all on JWORG.

    H2H before the H2O. tablets in the h2h work before the flood!

Share this