PPT (PART 1 [English-Spanish]
For several years, images, shapes and symbols taken from witchcraft and Satanism have been surreptitiously incorporated in books and magazines of the Jehovah's Witnesses. This statement may sound unlikely, and even strange, but it can only be denied if you ignore all the evidence.
The Watchtower Society has published numerous books and magazines (e.g. Knowledge That Leads to Everlasting Life, My Book of Bible Stories, What Does the Bible Really Teach?, etc).
The most popular publications of the Watchtower Society are, however, "The Watchtower" and "Awake!"
The founder of the Jehovah's Witnesses was Charles taze Russell. He was born on February 16th, 1852 and died on October 31th (Halloween), 1916. This man believed that the Great Pyramid of Giza had been set (together with the Bible) as a witness of the presence of God. Russell wrote in his book "The Divine Plan of the Ages" that the pyramid measures gave precise data about the weight of the Earth, the distance to the Sun, and the year of Christ’s Second Coming, which was, 1914. This date was obtained taking into account the length of one of the main passages in the pyramid. Finally, we have to say that few people know there is a pyramid in Russell’s tomb:
Left: Pyramid at Charles Taze Russell’s grave (Charles Russell was the Jehovah's Witnesses’ founder). Right: Pyramid at another false prophet’s grave, William Branham, who believed that the word of God came from both the pyramid and the scriptures.
Most of us know that a subliminal message (or a subliminal image) is designed to be able to go below the normal limits of perception.
Although, in general, these messages or images intended to influence the subconscious of people, however, they are also used to enable an exchange of messages between members of an occult organization. This is the case of the subliminal and satanic images hidden in the Watchtower's publications.
THE FACE IN THE HAND
The following is one of the best known subliminal images of the Watchtower. This piece of art appears on page 159 of the book "Revelation, Its Grand Climax at Hand":
The piece of art depicting John, the beloved disciple, on the island of Patmos, where he was exiled around 96 AD. The giant character is Jesus Christ glorified. Although apparently there is nothing strange in this painting, a careful observation will reveal the presence of an irregularity in the right hand of the character; a human face:
Why is there a face in the palm of this hand? To answer this question reproduce the explanation given JE Cirlot in his Dictionary of Symbols:
"Another comparable symbolic device is also found commonly in demonic figures: it consists of taking some part of the body that possesses, as it were, a certain autonomy of character or which is directly associated with a definite function, and portraying it as a face. Multiple faces and eyes imply disintegration or psychic decomposition—a conception which lies at the root of the demoniacal idea of rending apart" (A dictionary of Symbols, 1962, pag. 96).
FACE ON THE THUMB:
The following picture is on page 13 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue August 15th, 2007:
Can you see the strange head instead of the thumb:
The following pictured is on page 23 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue July 1st, 2010:
Look at the character's left arm:
Can you notice the face that is formed in the fold?:
This is no coincidence. Nor is it a mere accident of the artist's hand. This, dear reader, is an encrypted satanic cult.
THE FACE ON THE RIGHT HAND
The next image is found on page 17 of the book "You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth":
Look at the right hand of Jesus. Do you notice anything strange?
Place this piece of art in a vertical position and the profile of a face will appear:
THE WATCHTOWER: ISSUE JANUARY 1st, 2007
The following image appears on page 22 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue January 1st, 2007:
The following image is on page 17 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue February 15th, 2004:
Look at the popcorn. Can you notice anything strange? Turn the picture 90° and you will get the face of a horrible witch:
Compare this "witch face" to the "witch faces" painted by Francisco de Goya (a famous Spanish painter):
However, the strangest type of encrypted images, found in Watchtower publications, are the "mirroring images". These images are the most elaborated (and certainly the most evil). In order to identify them you have to take certain pieces of Jehovah’s Witnesses art (as they appear in their publications) and placing a mirror at an specific place inside the image, create new images composed of one-half of each piece viewed forward and backward at the same time — sort of the visual equivalent of backwards masking in audio. (It sounds complicated, but it’s really nothing more than the old funhouse mirror technique — a trick some of you might remember from Prince’s video for “When Doves Cry” — applied to a piece of static art.) And — as much as I hate to admit it — when viewed in this way, the new images formed really do appear to contain composite images that resemble devil’s heads, tortured faces, skulls and psychedelic shapes suggestive of madness and evil.
Here you are some examples of this type of images:
The following picture is on page 35 of the book "The knowledge that leads to everlasting life":
The book "The Knowledge That Leads to Everlasting Life" (from which this picture was taken) became, until 2005, the main compendium used by Jehovah's Witnesses to lead Bible studies and was later replaced by the book "What Does the Bible Really Teach?".
If you put a mirror on the bottom left (where the child is sitting on a stone), you'll get this picture:
The horned face is "The Horned God of the Witches". This idol is a representation of Satan. Why is a so diabolical image (like "The Horned God") encrypted in a Watchtower publication? To carry out these details there must be exact light and shadows, and you have to make use of the symmetry and geometry. This is not an accident. This is a deliberate act.
“THE WATCHTOWER”, OCTOBER 1ST, OCTOBER 1ST, 2001::
The following piece of art is on page 9 of “The Watchtower” magazine, issue October 1st, 2001:
Place the mirror at the right side of the square and you’ll get a demon’s head::
THE DEVIL'S FACE
The following image is on the cover of "THE WATCHTOWER" magazine, issue December 15th, 1990:
Place a mirror on the right side of this piece of art and you will get a demon's head:
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THE "HORNED GOD" ON PAGE 23 OF "THE WATCHTOWER" MAGAZINE, ISSUE NOVEMBER 15th, 1991:
Here we are a classic painting of a head-covering chief witch wearing a deer costume. Can you see the antlers and the black eyes? Compare this figure with the mirroring image we have just shown. Even the man's hands represent the extension of the horns:
A DEMON'S FACE ON CHRIST'S HANDS:
The following image is on page 52 of the book: "What Does the Bible Really Teach?":
Now let's compare the head of "Pan" (one version of the Horned God) with the "mirroring image" found on page 52 of the book "What Does the Bible Really Teach?":
THE "GOD OF THE WITCHES" ON THE TREE
The following image is in chapter 16 of the book "You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth":
Look carefully at the part of the trunk we have marked with a yellow square. Do you notice anything strange?:
Place a mirror on the right side of the yellow square and you will get this face of the horned god of the witches (ie Satan):
The anthropologist Margaret Murray, in her 1921 book The Witch-Cult in Western Europe, said that the witches of the early-modern period were remnants of a pagan cult and that the Christian Church had declared the god of the witches was in fact the Devil.
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WHY DON'T THE COMMON PEOPLE NOTE THESE IMAGES?
Firstly, these images have been prepared to be found by "those who have eyes to see.”
The ordinary reader can hardly find them because they are not experts on Witchcraft, Satanism, demonism, spiritualism, etc.
A clear example of this can be seen in the following image on chapter 86 (page 280), in the book "The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" (published by Jehovah's Witnesses in 1992):
Ordinary people will never notice anything strange about this picture because the true image has been integrated into the tree. The figure of a "snake" and a "ram's head" have been integrated into the trunk of this tree.
But even if the reader were to find these two integrated images, he still would not know the meaning of them. This is because, as we said, the ordinary reader is not an expert on Witchcraft, Satanism, demonism, spiritualism, and so on.
Secondly, mirroring diabolical images are part of an evil encrypted cult.
Here you are an example of the latter. This image is on page 16 of the Watchtower magazine issue March 2011:
At the top it reads: "Teachings of the Word of God." Then, below, there is a question: "Who is Jesus Christ?”
On the right side of the sheet, there is a piece of art that represents the Lord Jesus imparting his teachings, sitting on a rock. There is a tree behind him.
The common reader will never find anything strange or unusual in this piece of art:
Because the ordinary reader is not looking for encrypted images related to Witchcraft, demonism, spiritualism, and so on. Besides, the ordinary reader is not involved in any secret satanic cult. Finally, the common reader is not an expert in the occult, witchcraft, demonism, spiritualism, etc., etc.
To decode the encrypted image you have to place a mirror on the right edge of the sheet and voila!:
To achieve this mirroring image, the watchtower artist has used the vegetation. The eyes of this demonic face look at the reader directly.
This face is actually a stylized image of Bafhometh (horned god who was worshiped by witches in the Middle Age):
"DRAW CLOSE TO JEHOVAH", PAGE 210:
The same mirroring image of the "horned god" is on page 210 of the book "Draw Close to Jehovah." In this book, the original picture looks like this:
Place the mirror in the proper place and you'll get the same result:
"THE WATCHTOWER", ISSUE JUNE 13th, 2003
Now, let's see the same piece of art on the cover of "The Watchtower" magazine, issues June 15th, 2003:
“THE WATCHTOWER", ISSUE FEBRUARY 15TH, 2005 (PAGE 22):
This same mirroring image is on page 22 of “The Watchtower” magazine, issue February 15th, 2005."
THE HORNED GOD
La siguiente imagen corresponde a la página 25 de la revista "La Atalaya" (en su versión en inglés "Watchtower") del 15 de setiembre de 2005:
Turn the page 90° to the right and place a mirror on the left side of the page. You will get a goat’s head.
This image represents the "horned god“; horned idol that was worshiped by witches in the Middle Ages.
The following image is the cover of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue February 1st, 2012:
The following piece of art is on the cover of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue January 1, 2011:
Turn the cover 90° counterclockwise. Then place a mirror on the right side of the red square and you will get a witch's face:
Note the similarity between this mirroring image and "Maleficent"; The evil Witch of the "Sleeping Beauty" story. The evil character of this story (in its original version) was a king's wife (the king who has awaken the sleeping beauty). This woman ordered to kill the children, cook them, and, finally, give the dish to the king to eat them. In the original story the evil woman is compared with Medea; sorceress from Greek mythology. In other versions, the villain is an evil fairy or witch who pronounced a curse on the Sleeping Beauty while she was still a newborn baby. The story contains many elements of medieval witchcraft.
Compare Maleficent's horns with the the horns of the "God of the Witches" on the "Coven" painting from Francisco de Goya.
Regarding the role of some witches as Chiefs of covens in medieval times, Margaret Murray says: “The Incarnate God, called the Devil by the Christian recorders, was the supreme chief of the coven; the second in command was known as the Officer, who represented the Chief in his absence, and there was besides a woman−member called in Scotland the "Maiden". ALL OFFICES COULD BE HELD BY WOMEN…” (The God of The Witches, Margaret Murray, chapter 3, The Pristhood)
MIRRORING IMAGE IN THE "AWAKE!" MAGAZINE
The picture shown below was published in the "Awake!" magazine (in its August 2009 issue, page 23). The same image is on page 39 of the book "Learn From the Great Teacher." The drawing depicts the episode in which Jesus washed his disciples' feet:
Now place a mirror at the center of this piece of art:
This image depicts a demon known in witchcraft as Belphegor:
Let’s see the same piece of art as it appears in the book "Learn From the Great Teacher":
Again, place a mirror at the center of the piece of art:
Let’s see the same piece of art as it appears in “The Watchtower“ magazine, issue November 1st, 2004 (page 7):
GOAT’S HEAD ON PAGE 156 OF THE BOOK “REVELATION – ITS GRAND CLIMAX AT HAND!”
The following mirroring image was found on page 156 of the book “Revelation – Its Grand Climax At Hand!”
The original image is the following:
To get this mirroring image you must rotate the original figure 90° in the anti-clockwise direction:
Now place the mirror in the middle of the pictur:
The whole picture represents the god of witches levitating. Compare this mirroring image with the traditional position adopted by some magicians, fakirs and witches when they levitate:
Besides the goat’s head (inside the red squar) the head of a ram (pointed with a red arrow) also appears:
According to the anthropologist Margaret Murray, the appearance of the "horned god of the witches" could be like a ram, a goat, a stag, a bull or a deer. The costume sometimes worn by the chief or the witches (main sorcerer) when he officiated at th ceremonies or rituals (in medieval times) resembled these animals.
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THE GOD OF THE WITCHES IN THE FIRE:
The following image is on page 21 of the magazine “La Atalaya”, January 1st, 2008:
This piece of art represents Elijah, the prophet, asking God to send fire from heaven to consume an offering. God answered his prayer and sent fire from heaven. This picture, however, hides a scene related to worship the “horned god of the witches”. Turn right (a bit) the image and then place the mirror on the right side of the yellow square:
As we said above, the anthropologist Margaret Murray stated that the appearance of the "horned god of the witches" was like a ram, a goat, a stag, a bull or a deer.
This piece of art appears again on page 10 of “The Watchtower” magazine, issue September 15th, 1997:
If you follow the same procedure you’ll get the same result:
THE FIRE OF HELL:
The following image is in Chapter 88 of "The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived":
It represents the Rich Man, a character in the parable named "The Rich Man and Lazarus". The Rich man is in Hades (the Hell). To decode the encrypted image just rotate the picture 90°, and then, place a mirror on the edge:
Observe carefully the horned face that is formed in the flames:
We repeat; this is not the work of chance. These images have been intentionally incorporated in Watchtower publications. We are facing an encrypted satanic cult. A cult associated with witchcraft.
Now, look at the entire picture:
This is not a mere accident of the artist's hand. This is an encrypted satanic cult.
A FACE IN THE FIRE
The following image is in chapter V of the book "Pay attention to Daniel's Prophecy!"
Now place a mirror in the center of this piece of art.
The new image formed resembles a demon's head:
These mirroring images are odd, disturbing, and not at all intentionally humorous. This stuff is weird. It's creepy. It's eerie. It's got the Tingle.
CAIN AND THE ALTAR:
The following image is found on page 23 of The Watchtower magazine, issue January 15th, 2002:
It depicts Cain, next to an altar, angry with his brother Abel. This altar, however, hides a secret that only can be revealed by a mirror:
This image appears in some other Watchtower publications. It appears in some of them with more details:
DEMON’S FACE IN FIRE
The following picture is on page 28 of the book "Learn From the Great Teacher":
Now place the mirror in the fire and you will get this mirroring image:
Now we’ll magnify the image a Little bit:
This image appears again on page 18 of The Watchtower magazine, issue March 15th, 2005:
Now place the mirror in the fire and you’ll get again the same mirroring image:
Compare the face in the fire with Asmodeus’s face, a demon, as shown in the Dictionnaire Infernal, written by Collin de Plancy. This dictionary was published in Paris in 1863:
"WHAT DOES THE BIBLE REALLY TEACH?"
The presence of demonic images (disguised in the literature of the Watchtower) is part of an “encrypted satanic cult".
The following image is taken from chapter 4 of the book "What the Bible Really Teach?”
Here we are Jesus instructing his apostles who pay much attention to his words. To obtain the mirroring image, please, place a mirror on the right edge of this piece of art:
Look at the evil face with yellow eyes. Note also the eyes on the head of the apostle:
MAGIC, WITCHCRAFT AND SPIRITISM:
These faces with eyes that look at the reader are what is known (in the highest spheres of European witchcraft and magic) as "Watchers" or "Guardians.” They represent a form of devil’s omnipresence, or omniscience. We will cite as an analog example, the Enochian system of magic (a very dangerous witchcraft system where evil spirits are invoked). In this type of magic, brought to public attention by the doctors and magicians John Dee and Edward Kelly in the 16th century, we find the inclusion of Watchtowers or Guardians (Watchers) like complex evocation designs. The Guardians have their origin in the system of Enochian magic which was revealed to John Dee (who was born on July 13, 1527 and died in 1608) and Edward Kelley. According to Dee's diaries, the two men called an "angel" that Kelley saw in an obsidian mirror; Dee recorded the revelations narrated by Kelley (See the work of Robert Turner, Elizabethan Magic, page 24). The use of the mirror in witchcraft, for the invocation of evil spirits, is well known.
How do the members of this satanic encrypted cult communicate with each other?
Easy. They have to obtain the publication (magazine, book, brochure, etc.) and then invoke the “Watcher” (whose face has been hidden in the publication). They just need a mirror, the darkness of night and the right words to invoke the evil spirit. This demon will manifest itself and will announce the message (“the will of Satan”). It doesn’t matter if the members of this cult are in Australia, Spain or Peru. Thousands of kilometers away from Brooklyn Watchtower witches will know exactly what to do.
A SATANIC ENCRIPTED CULT
Taking into account the evidence obtained so far it is clear that the Watchtower art hides one of the most bizarre satanic encrypted cults we've never seen before.
Unfortunately, some of the websites and books, which present evidence, seem somewhat hysterical in its approach to the issue. And instead of making a detailed presentation of the facts, they try to persuade the Jehovah's Witnesses to flee the organization.
We’ll work again with the picture located on page 35 of the book "The knowledge that leads to everlasting life":
Placing a mirror on the right side of the face of Jesus, and rotating the image 180 degrees, we get this evil mirroring image:
This mirroring image depicts Cthulhu; a demon mentioned for the first time by writer H. P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft’s work was deeply influenced by witchcraft.
Lovecraft depicts Cthulhu as a gigantic and wholly evil entity worshiped by cultists. Cthulhu's head is depicted as similar to the entirety of a gigantic octopus, with an unknown number of tentacles surrounding its supposed mouth. Compare a common depiction of Cthulhu’s face with the mirroring image we found on page 35 of the book "The knowledge that leads to everlasting life":
LOVECRAFT MIRRORING IMAGE ON PAGE 3 OF "THE WATCHTOWER" MAGAZINE, ISSUE JUNE 1st, 2004:
The following image was found on page 3 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue june 1st, 2004:
H. P. Lovecraft said that Chtulu was similar to a slow-moving mountain.
A LOVECRAFT IMAGE ON THE COVER OF "THE WATCHTOWER" MAGAZINE, ISSUE APRIL 1, 2004
The following image is on the cover of “The Watchtower” magazine, issue April 1, 2004.
This beast has no eyes. They are just white (like from a horror movie):
Place a mirror on the right edge of the yellow square and you’ll get the head of a monstrous octopus (a Lovecraft image):
THE WITCH'S FACE
The following image is on page 66 of the book "God's kingdom rules." This book was published by the Watchtower in 2014:
Place a mirror on the right side of the red square and you'll get a witch's face:
FAMILIAR SPIRIT: THE TOAD:
The following image is on page 13 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue December 1st, 2009:
Turn the image 180° and place a mirror on the right side of the red square and you'll get a very interesting mirroring image. The resulting image depicts a "familiar spirit"; a toad. This toad is leaving frorm a "trree spirit house":
MIRRORING IMAGE FOUND ON THE COVER OF "THE WATCHTOWER" MAGAZINE, ISSUE APRIL 1st, 1987:
The next image is on page 31 of the Watchtower magazine, issue April 2012:
With the help of a mirror a hidden horned face is evidenced in the lower part of the image; a pair of yellow eyes looking directly to the reader.
These eyes belong to the "horned god", a horned creature who was worshiped by sorcerers of antiquity, and received different names (Cernunos, Pan, etc.) depending on the region in which he was worshiped.
However, the "horned god" is not the only mirroring image you can find in this piece of art. Can you see the face of a horrible wolf?
In the greco-roman mithology the wolf play a key role.
Mount Lykaion (Λύκαιον ὄρος) is a mountain in Arcadia where an altar of Zeus was located. Zeus Lykaios was said to have been born and brought up on it, and was the home of Pelasgus and his son Lycaon, who is said to have founded the ritual of Zeus practiced on its summit. This seems to have involved a human sacrifice, and a feast in which the man who received the portion of a human victim was changed to a wolf, as Lycaon had been after sacrificing a child.
The epithet Lykaios ("wolf-Zeus") is assumed by Zeus only in connection with the Lykaia, which was the main Arcadian festival. In the founding myth, of Lycaon's banquet for the gods that included the flesh of a human sacrifice, perhaps one of his sons, Nyctimus or his grandson, Arcas, Zeus overturned the table and struck the house of Lycaon with a thunderbolt; his patronage at the Lykaia can have been little more than a formula. Long afterward, in the late 3rd century CE, the philosopher Porphyry reported that Theophrastus had compared the sacrifice "at the Lykaia in Arcadia" with Carthaginian sacrifices to Moloch.
WAREWOLF MIRRORING IMAGE ON PAGE 10 OF THE BOOK “IMITATE THEIR FAITH”:
The following image is on page 10 of the book "Imitate Their Faith":
Place a mirror on the left side of the yellow square and you will get an unbelievable werewolf.
THE WATCHTOWER: ISSUE JANUARY 1st, 1992 (page 7):
The next picture is on page 26 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue January 1st, 1992:
Place the mirror on the left edge of this piece of art and a demon's face will appear:
This piece of art appears again in "The Watchtower", issue September 15th, 2005 (page 7):
The following picture appears on page 740, Volume 1 of the book "INSIGHT":
It represents a Honeycomb. But if you put a mirror in the middle of the picture you will obtain this scary mirroring image:
"THE WATCHTOWER", ISSUE AUGUST 15th, 2007:
The following piece of art is on page 16 of the "The Watchtower" magazine, issue August 15th, 2007:
Place a mirror in the middle of this piece of art and you will get this beheaded man:
ANOTHER HEADLESS MAN
The following image is on page 9 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue July 1st, 2012:
Place a mirror in the middle of this piece of art and you will get this headless man:
The headless man is one of the main characters of Halloween. Take a look at the headless man of the movie "Sleepy Hollow", directed by Tim Burton:
WATCHERS IN THE STORM?
The following piece of art is on page 18 of "The Watchtower", issue October 1st, 2010. It is also found on page 65 of the book "IMITATE THEIR FAITH":
Place the mirror on the right side of the yellow square and you will get the head of Zeus with Ammon's horns:
Statue of Zeus (the thunder god) with the ram's horns of the Egyptian god Amun. Can you see the broken nose and the mustache?
ANOTHER WATCHER IN THE STORM
The following piece of art is in the Jehovah's Witnesses' book “IMITATE THEIR FAITH”:
Now turn right (a Little bit) the image and place a mirror on the left edge of the yellow square:
You’ll get this psychedelic shape suggestive of madness and evil.:
Here we highlighted the eyes:
HOLY GHOST’S EYES?
This piece of art is on page 193 of the book "Pay Attention to DANIEL's Prophecy":
This piece of art represents the “Jesus’s baptism" with the Holy Spirit as a dove. Now place the mirror on the right edge of the picture and see how the dove becomes the eyes of a figure suggestive psychedelic madness and wickedness. A kind of Creature from the Black Lagoon:
Monster of the movie “Creature from the Black Lagoon”, a 1954 horror 3-D film in black-and-white, directed by Jack Arnold.
We will take advantage of this mirroring image to say a few words about the strange Jehovah's Witnesses’ baptism. This baptism is accomplished by immersion. In that sense it is similar to the ones practiced by some Christian churches as "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" (Mormons), Baptists, etc. However, unlike the previous ones, the baptism practiced by Jehovah's Witnesses is a fairly rare ceremony which has many anti-Christian elements. The officiant (the person who performs the baptism) never says "I baptize you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost." Instead, there is a brief ceremony where the person who is going to be baptized has to answer two questions. The second question connects the convert with the Watchtower Society. This second question is as follows: “Do you understand that your dedication and baptism identify you as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in association with God's spirit-directed organization?”
The same Jehovah's Witness Bible, the New World Translation, contains the words of Christ: "Go therefore and make disciples of people of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost.“ (Matthew 28:19, NWT) Why Jehovah's Witnesses mention the “identification with the organization"? This strange baptism is not accomplished. That is, at no point someone says: "I baptize you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost ..." Such a ritual becomes an anti-Christian ceremony. Dr. Cotton Mather, in his story of the witches of Salem in 1692, notes that "witches say they are organized in a similar way to that of the Congregational churches, and have a baptism, and dinner, and officers, abominably similar to those of our Lord.“ (Mather, C., Wonders of the Invisible World, p. 16th ed. 1862)
“THE WATCHTOWER”, ISSUE AUGUST 22ND, 1988:
The following piece of art is on page 22 of “The Watchtower” magazine, issue August 1, 1988:
Place a mirror in the middle of the picture and you’ll get this skull:
This same piece of art appears on page 32 of "THA WATCHTOWER" magazine, issue April 15th, 1987:
Place the mirror in the middle of the piece of art and you'll get the same mirroring image with some additional details:
"THE WATCHTOWER", ISSUE FEBRUARY 1st, 2005
The following image is in "The Watchtower" magazine, issue February 1st, 2005:
DEMON WITH SEMITIC CHARACTERISTICS
The following image is in Chapter 1 of the book "The knowledge that leads to everlasting life." In fact, this is the first piece of art in that book:
Place the mirror on the left edge of the yellow square and you’ll get a demon with Semitic characteristics:
During the Middle Ages, images depicting demons and the Devil emphasized grotesque, animalistic physical features. These characteristics were also assigned to those believed to be in the employ of Satan and his demons, i.e. Jews. Imagery depicting Jews as monstrous or physically grotesque became more and more commonplace. At present we can see good examples of this kind of demons even in popular movies (e.g. "Watto" from Star Wars):
DORKAS AND THE GHOST
The following picture is on page 4 of the "The Watchtower" magazine, issue June 1, 2006:
A FACE ON THE BRICK WALL
The following image appears on page 27 of the "See the Good Land" brochure:
Place the mirror on the right side of the red square:
You will get the following mirroring imagen:
"THE WATCHTOWER", ISSUE FEBRUARY 15th, 2003:
The following picture is on page 28 of "The Watchtower" magazine, issue February 15th, 2003:
WATCHERS IN "ISAIAH'S PROPHECY" BOOK
The following piece of art is on page 41 of the "ISAIAH'S PROPHECY" book:
Place the mirror on the right side of the yellow square and you'll get a psychedelic shape suggestive of madness and evil:
WHAT DO THESE SATANIC IMAGES IMPLY?
They imply that the Watchtower Society has made a pact with the Devil.
These kind of pacts involve the kidnaping and killing of human beings (specially children).
MIRRORING IMAGE FOUND ON PAGE 10 IN "THE WATCHTOWER" MAGAZINE, ISSUE APRIL 15TH, 1990:
Now we will compare this demon with "Asmodeo" (a demon peinted by Francisco de Goya) and with the chief of gargoyles from the horror movie "Gargoyles" (1973):
Can you notice the similarities? pointed ears, horns, fangs, etc.