While many are aware of and much is perceived and understood about Jehovah's Witnesses, by comparison virtually nothing has been disseminated about their leader, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society.
In 1879, Charles Taze Russell, a Freemason [of the order of the Knight's Templar] established the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society as a Christian institution but Russell's Masonic sect really began to help supplant the teachings of Christian orthodoxy. In order to draw away adherents from Christianity, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society created the mock Christian sect, Jehovah's Witnesses, gave them a pseudo Christian doctrine and a counterfeit Bible then sent them out to convert Christians. From its inception, and now for nearly a century and a half, oddly, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society has gotten away with hiding behind its flimsy Christocentric façade. Acts of the Impostors: Misleading Jehovah's Witnesses removes the veil from this impostor Christian society by revealing and decoding its cryptic Masonic teachings and occult subliminal artworks to which even the Jehovah's Witnesses are oblivious.