It is being claimed that the Jehovah’sWitnesses “got all their failed end time date prophecies based upon a false view and interpretation of the Mayan calendar from William Miller.” We are not with the Jehovah’s Witnesses, but the Jehovah’s Witnesses are being tied in with Charles Taze Russell, who was never associated with the Jehovah’s Witnesses. It would appear, however, to making a false claim that Russell (who is evidently thought to have been the founder of the Jehovah’s Witnesses) based his understanding of time prophecies on the Mayan calendar, since it is being alleged that Miller obtained his “date prophecies” from a false view and interpretation of the Mayan calendar. Did Miller indeed obtain the “date prophecies” from the Mayan calendar? If so, what is the conclusion based upon?
First of all, the “date prophecies” that Miller used to draw conclusions are from the Bible. Is the Bible to assumed to be based on a false interpretation of the Mayan calendar? Miller himself gave no prophecies, but he gave his conclusions regarding evidence provided from “date prophecies” found in the Bible.
So far, we have found nothing at all to substantiate the claim that Miller used the Mayan calendar at all. The claim is given without any proof of the claim at all, except the false claim that Russell’s gravestone is a pyramid, and the false claim that this is a connection to the Freemason’ organization. If there is no further proof than these false claims, then like the imagination that is used to produce the idea that Russell was Freemason, we can only conclude that the claim that Miller used the Mayan calendar is simply thought up in someone’s imagination, and assumed to be fact based on what is being imagined. We have found no proof that Miller ever used the Mayan calendar. If such proof actually exists, we would like to know about it.
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Evidence From Scripture and History of the Second Coming of Christ by William Miller
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