What do Jehovah’s Witnesses believe? In fact, what do a lot of other religions believe in? Hocus pocus if you ask me. Either way, our ‘Beliefs’ category takes a look at various religious belief systems.
Many say that the Jehovah’s Witness religion is a cult. Do you think it’s a cult? In this section, we’ve housed all the blog posts that show you if it is a cult or not. You might be shocked at what you find.
The Watchtower Organisation looks after all the Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide. The good news about the ‘Organisation’ is that it keeps having magic moments, allowing us to poke fun at it.
Real Life Experiences
This section is filled with the real life experiences of former and current Jehovah’s Witnesses. It’s a real eye opener that shows you what various trials and tribulations Jehovah’s Witness go through.
Check out the latest funny posts. If you’re single, the chat up / pick up lines article will have you rolling around on the Kingdom Hall floor. That’ll make you wish you stayed behind for ‘Hall Cleaning’.
The year 1914 came and went quite a while ago. In fact, by my calculations, if I base today’s date (6th June 2015) and count backwards to 6th June 1914, Google tells me a period of 36,878 days, or 101 years have come and gone between today’s date and 1914. “Fascinating Jaymes, but can you […]
There is a persistent myth that the kings and emperors of old were in the habit of murdering messengers who delivered bad news to them. It appears that this rarely actually happened. However, it has spawned this great saying: “Don’t kill the messenger!” [Or, in the gun-obsessed culture of the U.S.: “Don’t shoot the messenger!”] […]
When I was Growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness, I wouldn’t have dreamed of ever accepting a blood transfusion, nor would I have donated blood for blood transfusions. That’s right, I would have allowed myself to die. No really, I would have preferred death. If you’re new to this website and aren’t a Jehovah’s Witness, I’m […]
Adam is again off somewhere. God knows where. In fact, I can ask him, but then again he never gives me a straight answer. He’s more into watching us than he is listening. I sometimes get the feeling that he’s watching me when I least expect it. Adam has told me on numerous occasions that […]
The following is taken from a translated papyrus manuscript, found by Professor Atheos and his team in 1988 in Jerusalem. The Professor believes it to be diary of Procula, the wife of Roman Prefect and Governor, Pontius Pilate, and has been dated between AD 30-33. Tuesday, April 2 I awoke, sweating and trembling from the […]
“The Lottery” is a short film I saw in school at an impressionable age (I hope I’m still at an impressionable age — though not quite as malleable as I once was.) Of the few things I remember having learned in school, this one holds a very prominent place. Something happened recently which recalled The […]
The Garden of Love* From: Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience (1794) by William Blake I went to the Garden of Love, And saw what I never had seen; A Kingdom Hall built in the midst, Where I used to play on the green. And the gates of this building were shut And […]
Imagine that you’re walking along, minding your own business, when suddenly a stranger dressed in rags gets in your face and demands that you hit him! Naturally you take him for a crazy man, and decline to strike him. Then he threatens you, claiming that you will be killed for not having obeyed him! A […]
This is the second part of our two-part series on writing your own Watchtower article. In part one we saw how a Witness is likely to believe anything — no matter how ridiculous or how it might fly in the face of current beliefs — as long as it is wrapped inside a Watchtower cover. Here […]
I’ll confess to a secret fear I had when I was a Witness. It actually planted the first of many “seeds of doubt” that have since grown into the mighty forest that now separates me from the delusion. My fear was this: What if some devious person were to write a fake copy of the […]