Thanks, Elsewhere. ***ETA: and everyone else who answered while I was writing this!
I should have phrased the question differently. What I was really wondering was, let's say Brother X truly believes he's annointed and partakes at the Memorial. Unfortunately, Brother X is insane and is NOT annointed. Other than that, he's a faithful and devoted JW. Meanwhile, Brother Y also claims to be annointed and partakes at the Memorial. Brother Y really knows, deep down, that he's not annointed, but he tells everyone he is because he wants everyone to think he's really important. Other than that, he's a faithful and devoted JW, too. Finally, we have Brother Z. Brother Z doesn't think he's annointed and never tells anyone he is. He goes to meetings, goes out in service on Saturday mornings, works for Rug Doctor, etc. He's also a faithful and devoted JW.
So now we're in the new system. Does the WTS say that Bros. X, Y & Z will all be chillin' out, maxin' and relaxin' on a paradise earth? If not, what do they say? I don't mean to suggest that the elders are supposed to debunk people's claims of being annointed or anything like that, but I am wondering whether the WTS teaches that there's any penalty for falsely claiming such.