Child control demons of Jehovah's Witnesses

Where the child of Jehovah's Witnesses walks and stands, there are also control demons. Thus the children of Jehovah's Witnesses grow to be 100% controlled beings whose inner life depends on the Watchtower Society and becomes a skinned naked being without the Watchtower Society.

Learn from the great teacher, page 27
Control demon in tent

They are not as self-confident and carefree as the children here look in real life. Children of Jehovah's Witnesses carry the demonic burden with them into adulthood, which they have to absorb without a break during their studies. In this way, the Watchtower Society exercises full control over its people and secures for itself the resources it needs to maximize its profits optimally and to present itself to the world with missionary growth.

Conroll demon in front of the house

In front of the house, shadows and light form a comic figure that can change between different beings depending on the viewer. She can look like a one-eyed cyclops looking at you from the front, she can look like a horned creature turned to the right at an angle of 45 degrees. The demonic control of the Watchtower Society is thus omnipresent among Jehovah's Witnesses.

The hidden information contained in these illustrations is pumped into the perception of Jehovah's Witnesses in the long run and without any clear identification. It is a widespread control of consciousness, without which WTS would have long since shrunk to a rudimentary pile of people. Without the mental control that the Watchtower Society artificially creates, the denier of God would have long since fallen into insignificance. She cannot afford to let this inhuman control be. It depends on manipulating and permanently controlling its people. The GDR-Stasi acts like a dilettante against the Watchtower Society.

Learn from the great teacher, page 28
Skull in the burning bush of thorns

The children's book of Jehovah's Witnesses "Learn from the Great Teacher" is stuffed with such representations. This masterful Watchtower society hide-and-seek is to be seen as a highly demonic method that serves to frighten people all their lives. Man is very receptive to such things and is especially at their mercy when the confrontation with such things takes place "under the skin", i.e. without conscious control. Deep-seated permanent horror is triggered, without which the Watchtower Society could hardly inspire anyone for its special god Jehovah.

Skull in the Children's Book of Jehovah's Witnesses

It is significant that the great flagship children's book of Jehovah's Witnesses "Learn from the Great Teacher" is particularly skilfully equipped with these demonic embeddings. The seduction of people to a belief in fear and horror works as precisely as a Swiss clockwork. Jehovah's Witnesses are urged to "study" this "literature" with their children from an early age.

Once Jesus opens the eyes of Jehovah's Witnesses to the shame done to them by their "channel of God," they will rightly join with Jesus in giving his just judgment to the faithful and wise slaves. Anyone who knows of this responsibility in this demon-contaminated "religious community" and shares it will have to answer to God for it. And anyone who recklessly follows this "organization of God" will also share this responsibility. There is also no escape and no excuse for those who find themselves without trial in a community of lies such as the Watchtower Society. For we are expressly commanded: Test everything!

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