Another Look “Inside” My Book …

“Round 5”

 THE “STONE” OF GOD

“The testimony of God’s stone witness and

prophet, the great pyramid in Egypt.”[1]


One of the most fascinating aspects of Watchtower prophecy concerns their reliance on so-called secret messages found inside ancient Egyptian pyramids.  Pastor Charles Taze Russell, the Watchtower’s founder, announced in the late 1900s that God hid secret messages of future events inside the walls of such pyramids, and in particular, within The Great Pyramid of Gizeh.  Some of the messages discovered by Pastor Russell through his study of the pyramids (also known as pyramidology), include the following:

“While every feature of the Great Pyramid’s teaching is important and of interest, our greatest interest centers in its silent but eloquent symbolism of the plan of God – the Plan of the Ages.”[2]

“… the very stones of this Great Pyramid of Testimony are crying out in no uncertain tones.  Every inch of this massive structure is eloquently proclaiming the wisdom and power and grace of our God.”[3]

“… the outline drawings of God’s great plan have stood for four thousand years, prepared to give their testimony at the time appointed, in corroboration of the similarly revealed, but for ages hidden, testimony of the sure Word of ProphecyThe testimony of this ‘Witness to the Lord in the land of Egypt,’ like that of the written Word, points with solemn and unerring precision …[4]

Notably, in his 1891 book Thy Kingdom Come, Pastor Russell also disclosed a divine and prophetic revelation he obtained from the pyramids.  Obscured for centuries, this divine message was apparently revealed by God through Pastor Russell, who was to be God’s instrument for delivering its interpretation.  This revelation was so profound that Pastor Russell referred to it as “the testimony of God’s stone Witness and prophet, the great pyramid in Egypt.”  The following is an excerpt of the prophetic revelation, in which Pastor Russell interpreted that the Pyramid of Gizeh established 1874 to be a year of great significance:


[1] Russell, C. T.  Thy Kingdom Come.  Pennsylvania: Zion’s Watch Tower Tract Society, 1891 (1st ed.), p. 313.

[2] Russell, C. T.  Thy Kingdom Come.  Pennsylvania: Zion’s Watch Tower Tract Society, 1891 (1st ed.), p. 328 (emphasis added).

[3] Russell, C. T.  Thy Kingdom Come.  Pennsylvania: Zion’s Watch Tower Tract Society, 1891 (1st ed.), p. 376.

[4] Russell, C. T.  Thy Kingdom Come.  Pennsylvania: Zion’s Watch Tower Tract Society, 1891 (1st ed.), p. 376 (emphasis added).

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