btic, adding 2034, is ra dishonest forgery, diminishes the force of your arguments, it does not however, detract from the propositions up for discussions here, and I know of no original chart, or definitions by wt, that refutes them. which are:
1) The "end of the world ideas" of wt doctrine are in great part defined by Math. 24 & 25.
2). The wt "end of the world" scenario includes their "battle of Armageddon."
3) wt equates the battle of Armageddon with "the flood", based on Jesus' words.
4) jws preach a hope to survive, to not pass away, or die during 'all these things" in Math 24, 25.
5) jw preach to recruit those that will be the first generation to never die at all .
6) there is no mention in Math, 24,25 of the generation ending during any of it's phases.
7) some members of Jesus' audience did not pass away until ~70 years after his talk.
8) Jesus instructed members of his generation how to flee, to survive, to not pass away during all these things.
let it be resolved therefore,
That the wt "anointed generation of 1914" dying at the onset of the Great Tribulation can not possibly be the generation that Jesus was talking about.