Christian Science and Jehovah's Witnesses are related.

 What you see on the tombstone of the founder of the Watchtower movement, is the Knights Templar Symbol for the York Rite of Freemasonry. This degree is equivalent to the 33rd Degree of Freemasonry and is the highest degree of the York Rite indicating that he knew whom he was serving. It was not Jesus Christ of Nazareth to be sure. Shown below are examples of how the Christian Science and Jehovah's Witnesses cults have used this symbol. This is where Charles Taze Russell (1852 - 1916), 33rd Degree Freemason and founder of the Jehovah's Witnesses cult is buried.



# 12 is Crusader's Symbol found in Masonic literature



 Here is a close-up of the JW pyramid clearly showing the Masonic Knight Templar symbol and the All-Seeing Eye of the Illuminati at the peak. (see the U.S. $1 Bill)
The main logo for the Christian Science cult is also the Knights Templar symbol.
(Christian Science Journal, Special Issue, December 1992). This tombstone is all the proof we need that Charles Taze Russell was a 33rd Degree Freemason. Like the Mormon church, which also used Freemasonry as a backdrop, the organization of Jehovah's Witnesses was also started by Freemasons.

If you are in urgent need of proof that Charles Russell was a Freemason please find the book called The Watchtower and the Masons by Fritz Springmeier.

The books on the right lower side shows the Christian Science symbolism. The symbolism dates back to 1100 A.D. and was developed by Templar Masons from the Knights Templar in Germany.

Charles T Russell founded the JW movement in 1879 by starting his own magazine. He rejected his Presbyterian roots and joined a more liberal Congregational Church, then left that group as well. He denied the deity of Christ and the biblical teachings on hell and eternal punishment, which is typical of people who develop cults. Mormons do not believe in a biblical hell nor do Freemasons. Their teachings are rooted in evolution. In evolution it is only a matter of development in time and all humans will be promoted to some sort of paradisical new existence of one kind or another, whatever appeals to their physical senses the most. In example: Mormons believe in large families and polygamy so they are promised a planet where women can be forever pregnant and men can have a multitude of wives, women in serving their needs.

The Watchtower does not promise heaven but a peaceful paradical existence during the Millennium when the sheep lay next to lions. According to the Watchtower, heaven is dedicated to a maximum of 144,000 Jehovah's Witnesses, who have already been set aside, which is not biblical. Russell taught that Christ returned invisably to the world in 1874, and in 1914 was the year the world would be destroyed and the Millennium would begin. For more information go to the Jehovah's Witnesses files.