by Epiphany Bible Students

No. 107

My dear Brethren: – Grace and peace through our Beloved Master!

The Harvest Truth made crystal clear the doctrine of the resurrection – of the righteous and the unrighteous – in a manner not understood since the days of the Apostles. The word 'resurrection' comes from the Greek anastasis, which means a raising up to life again, not a mere resuscitation as may be accomplished with a man drowned – a process made necessary by the existence of death in the human race. Rom. 5:12 tells us “death passed upon all men.” Thus, it is not through works of evil that we ourselves have done that we now die; just as it is not through “works of righteousness that we did” (Titus 3:5, Dia.) that we shall experience a resurrection from the dead. Clearly enough, the evil and the good in this matter operate in sim­ilar fashion: None of us were involved in the act of evil that brought the sentence of death; none of us were involved in the act of righteousness that brings salvation from death to all.

We are told in 1 Tim. 2:4 that God “desires all men to be saved, and come to an accurate knowledge of the Truth.” Saved from what, we ask? We answer, Man shall be saved only from that which he inherited through no fault of his own – reprieve and pardon from the sentence of death.  Inasmuch as Isa. 65:20 tells us that “the sinner being an hundred years old shall be accursed,” it is clear enough that not all will exper­ience a complete resurrection – a full raising up to life again as obtained with Adam in Eden. “God hath given assurance to all men” of pardon from the sentence, of re­lease from Hades, of an accurate knowledge of the Truth – of all things necessary to attain a resurrection, a full raising up to life again; but the actual possession of that full life will be dependent in the final analysis upon the choice of each indivi­dual himself. Others cannot withhold it from him; neither can others secure it for him. Thus, when it is stated that “even death, the last enemy, will be rendered powerless” (1 Cor. 15:26, Dia.), we must understand it to mean the complete removal and annihilation of every evil that has arisen as a result of the dying process.

We believe the annihilation of the dying process is clearly defined in Psalms 103:2-5: “Bless the Lord, 0 my soul, and forget not all His benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities (“the goodness and philanthropy of God...saved us”—Titus 3:4; Jesus was made a sin-offering to make satisfaction for the sins resulting from Adamic depravity); Who healeth all thy diseases (by removing immediately at the time of rais­ing from the tomb whatever disease or affliction had been the immediate cause of death. Thus, a man who had his head shot off, or whose lungs had been destroyed by cancer, and such like, could not be brought back in that condition, or he would immediately die again; therefore, such diseases would be “healed” gratuitously); Who redeemeth thy life from destruction (“I will ransom them from the power of the grave”—Hos. 13:14 – by curing every vestige of the Adamic death process); Who crowneth thee with loving kindness and tender mercies (by restoring to man what was lost in Eden; namely, (1) Fellowship with God, (2) Dominion over the brute creation, (3) A perfect home, with perfect life-rights, (4) Perfect life – “no more sighing, no more crying, neither shall there be any more pain, for the former things are passed away”—).


It needs no argument to declare there will be many variations of “the unrighteous” in the resurrection – such are readily apparent even now, from the hardened criminal to the most refined and well-intentioned of the present social order. But there will also be distinct classes of “the righteous” – classes clearly defined in the Scriptures, who will receive the resurrection of “the just,” separate, superior and preceding the resurrection of “the Unjust.” The Harvest Truth clearly defined four such classes; namely, the Little Flock (the Bride or Body of Christ), the Great Multitude (those called to be of the Bride, but who failed for various reasons to prevail), the Ancient Worthies (those Old Testament characters who “suffered affliction” in their service to God), and the Youthful Worthies (those who came too late in the end of this Age to be of the Bride). While it is true that Brother Russell never used the designation Youthful Worthies, so far as we know, he did clearly define such a class, by whatever name any may wish to label them. We offer one quotation from him in proof of this contention in Reprints No. 5761 (Sept. 1, 1915 WT), under the caption:


“It is our thought that with the closing of the 'door' of this Gospel Age there will be no more begetting of the Holy Spirit to the spirit nature. Any afterward coming to God through consecration, before the inauguration of the restitution work, will be accepted by Him, not to the spirit plane of being, but to the earthly plane. Such would come in under the same conditions as the Ancient Worthies who were accepted of God. The Ancient Worthies came in, no call being opened to them – the High Calling not being yet open, and the restitution opportunities not open. (Note: It seems elementary that individual restitutionists cannot have opportunities until the inauguration of the Kingdom rule is made with the Worthies—JJH) But they freely gave themselves up to God without knowing what blessings their consecration would bring, except that they had the intimation that they would, in the future life, have a “better resurrection' than would the remainder of the world.

“Our thought is that whoever under such conditions as these will make a full consecration to the Lord, leave all to follow His way, and will live up faithfully, loyally to that consecration, may be privileged to be counted as a similar class to those who preceded this Gospel Age. We know of no reason why the Lord would refuse to receive those who make a consecration after the close of the Gospel Age High Calling and before the full opening of the Millennium.”

The foregoing is confirmed in E-4:342: “If our dear readers will keep in mind that the Tower's denial of Tentative Justification during this Age is the foundation of its rejecting the Scriptural doctrine that those faithful con­secrators from 1881 until restitution sets in, for whom there are no crowns avail­able, and hence no spirit-begetting for Gospel-Age purposes possible, will be the Millennial associates of the Ancient Worthies in reward and service, they will be able by Scriptural, reasonable and factual thinking completely to overthrow every argument that the article under review presents to defend its thesis.”

Brother Johnson also elaborates upon this resurrection subject in some consider­able detail as follows:

“We have been asked, in view of the fact that some will never reach the condi­tion of perfection, which the word resurrection means, how shall we understand the words of the Apostle Paul in Acts 24:15, that both the just and the unjust are to be resurrected? This Scripture seems very plain and simple if we give careful attention to what we read. Those Jews who stood by and heard the defense of the Apostle before Governor Felix, of which the words of Acts 24:15 are a part, believed that all of the just would have a resurrection, and that an opportunity of the resur­rection would be given the unjust. That is what they had been taught from their forefathers. And now the Apostle Paul was reiterating this, their conviction. He says, 'There shall be a resurrection, both of the just and the unjust'; that is to say, the resurrection for which God has provided, and which is yet to come, is not only for the good, but also for those who are now evil. The thought is not that those who remain in an unjust condition will be granted a full resurrection.

The text does not state that all the unjust will be resurrected, brought to perfec­tion of life. There are some now justified who will not have a share in the resur­rection, even as there are others who are not now justified who will have a share in the resurrection. And all mankind will have a share in God's provision for a resurrection. The just will have a special resurrection, which will be a reward for their special obedience. (Note: if Campers Consecrated are both justified and consecrated, then they would have a special resurrection as a reward for their obedience according to the Star Members' teachings—JJH)

“So we have the resurrection of the highest class of the just (the Justified) – ­the “little flock” – on the Divine plane; that of the Great Company, on a lower spirit plane; that of the Ancient and Youthful Worthies, on the earthly plane – ­four classes who pass their trial, their testing, in the present life. But it has been provided in the Divine Plan that the remainder of men may gradually be raised fully up, out of every frailty, back to the original perfection that Adam had in the beginning.  They are unjust now, they have never come into relationship with God. The Divine purpose is that the death of Jesus shall effect the release of the whole race from the condemnation in Father Adam.  Therefore the entire thousand years of the Millennial Reign of Christ has been set aside for the resurrection of the world. But how large a proportion will profit by this arrangement remains to be seen. The Scriptures state that during the next Age a sinner of a hundred years old – a willful sinner –shall be cut off from life altogether ...


“Note carefully that the Scriptures do not say that all shall participate in the resurrection .... Those who have pleased God in that they have exercised faith, have made consecration of themselves to the Lord, and have obeyed the leadings of His providences and His Word – these are the ones who have done good. God does not ask any more of them than that they shall show their loyalty by doing their best, and they shall seek to live in harmony with His will according to their ability, whether they lived during this Gospel Age or during the ages preceding. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and all the others (and all others less prominent) who are mentioned by St. Paul in Heb. 11 – these died in faith. With these Ancient Worthies God de­clares He was pleased, and that they shall have a ‘better resurrection.’ The super­iority of their resurrection will be that they will be awakened perfect human beings; while the world will have to go through the thousand years to attain perfection.

“They that have done good will come forth to a resurrection of life. Some of these will receive a resurrection of life on the human plane, others on the spirit plane, still others on the highest order of the spirit plane, – the plane of Divine nature. Then Jesus tells us about the other general class – those who have done evil. This includes all whom God cannot approve and accept. (Even according to R. G. Jolly's own contentions his Epiphany Campers Consecrated are counted in with “all whom God cannot approve and accept” in this life – since he teaches they will NOT receive the ‘better resurrection’—JJH) Those who are not accepted are those who have not done good, according to God's standard; They have done evil; they are unjustified. Many of them have been respectable, moral people but they are not worthy of the 'better resurrection.' These will come forth also that they may attain, if they will, complete raising up to life. They will be awakened from the tomb in order that they may have a resurrection. They will be resuscitated from Hades, the grave, the death state; but their awakening from the tomb will be only the beginning of resurrection. Some will be awakened only to die again later, be­cause of failure to accept God's terms of blessing. The Resurrection process will go on day by day, week by week, and year by year during those thousand years – the great Resurrection Day, that Great Day, the Last Day, during which there will be an opportunity for all to gain life eternal .... Thus there will be a resurrection, a bringing up to perfect life, both of just and of unjust ones .... The above pre­sentation is entirely in harmony with the literal translation of the last clause of Acts 24:15: 'There shall be a resurrection both of the just and unjust ones'; for the article the is lacking before the Greek words translated just and unjust.”


In the Court of the Tabernacle was to be found the Laver, which all Truth people know is a type of the Bible – Old and New Testaments. It not only served for those in the Court to wash themselves, but they could also see their image, much the same as in a mirror, thus typifying that those who honestly studied the Bible would not only be able to discern their blemishes, but would also be able to eliminate completely, or at least diminish, their fleshly failings by the ''washing of water by the word.” This they do by being stimulated by the “exceeding great and precious promises,” without which no one could properly fulfill a consecration – a “covenant by sacrifice” – under present conditions of evil. In substantiation, we quote from Jan. 1, 1950 PT, p. 3, col. 1:

“We find another proof and type in the vessels of the sanctuary. These are antityped in 2 Tim. 3:16: 'All scripture given by inspiration of God, is profitable for doctrine, for reproof (refutation), for correction, for instruction in righteousness.' The cups represent the doctrines, the bowls represent the refutations; the chargers represent the corrections; and the spoons represent the instructions in righteousness. These things, therefore, were pictured forth in the type, as we have just explained it. We find, too, that the articles of furniture connected with the Tabernacle were also consecrated things. First of all, we have in the court the brazen altar. This represents the sacrifice of the Christ, Head and Body, as viewed by those who are justified in the court. The laver in its foundation and shaft represents the Old Testament; and its bowl wherein the water was found represents the New Testament. This laver was used for all to wash therein; the justified who were in the court could wash in it; the consecrated of the Little Flock, i.e., those who were undergoing the experiences of self-sacrificingness used it; and the Great Company could also cleanse themselves in this antitypical laver. The antitypical laver, therefore, is a matter of importance for the cleansing of all of the classes that are in relationship with our Heavenly Father.”

If the above be true, then Campers Consecrated, whom R. G. Jolly says are fulfilling a “covenant by sacrifice” in the Camp, presents an impossible situation – ­a Biblical myth, and the class he advocates are simply spiritual hybrids. Ezek. 13:3 fits this case precisely: “Woe unto the foolish prophets (teachers), that follow their own spirit, and have seen nothing.” His Campers Consecrated are “camping” without a laver; and, like all campers, without an established residence – they are camping in an unfurnished home.

To such as would follow R. G. Jolly in his revolutionism against clear Parousia and Epiphany teachings we can but quote Psa. 149:158: “I beheld the transgressors, and was grieved; because they kept not thy word.” And companion to this is the word of the Prophet Amos (5:1,15—Rotherham): “Hear ye this word ... even a dirge, 0 house of Israel... Hate wrong and love right, and station justice in the gate (in your goings in and your comings out, even as Justice is the foundation of God's throne), peradventure Yahweh God of Hosts will be gracious unto the remnant of (antitypical) Joseph (a  special  appeal  to  those  remaining  few  who  still  adhere  to the teachings of Brother Johnson  in  the  end  of  this  Epiphany, The  Time  of  Trouble) – lest we should come under the condemnation of vs. 20: “Shall not the Day of Yahweh (the Time of Trouble – this Epiphany Day) be darkness (full of turmoil and error) and not light?” – darkness to those in error, and bright shining to those adhering to the Truth of antitypical Joseph (his faithful remnant).

With the Apostle Paul we now say: “Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by word, or our epistle. Now our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God, even our Father, which hath loved us, and hath given us everlasting consolation and good hope through grace, Comfort your hearts, and stablish you in every good word and work.” (2 Thes. 2:15-17)

Sincerely your brother,

John J. Hoefle, Pilgrim



QUESTION: – Is it correct to use the Scripture “Well done, good and faithful servant” when a Great Company member has finished his course?

ANSWER: – No, it is not correct; in fact, such usage is a clear revolutionism against Parousia Truth, as a scrutiny of Matt. 25:14-30 will readily determine. The Great Company members are not “good and faithful”; they are the measurably faithful. The very purpose of this parable is to establish the clear distinction between the two. Note Brother Russell's Berean Comment on v. 30: “Unprofitable servant – the Great Company Class. The Lord does not deny that he is a servant, nor does He charge him with being an enemy.” He simply wasn't “good and faithful:” that's all.

A companion text is Matt. 7:22,23: “Have we not taught in thy name ... done many wonderful works in thy name?” All during the Age it is the Great Company that “does great works, wins great numbers, gains great favor” (see E-15:525); but the answer comes in v. 23, “I never knew you.” The Diaglott states it correctly, “I never approved of you.” The Lord knows the Great Company well enough; they profess to be His servants; but He does not approve of their self-appointed titles and plans. Thus, they come under the condemnation of Prov. 26:3 (Rotherham) – “A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass, and a rod for the back of dullards.” In Matt. 25:30 the servant with the “one talent” (the Great Company) is specifically accused of being “unprofitable” – a dullard.

In this connection, we quote a prediction by Brother Johnson in E-5:497: “By the time that the 60 groups of Levites will have been formed (of which the LHMM is self-admittedly one group—JJH), every feature of the Parousia Truth will have been repudiated and attacked by one or another of the 60 groups of Levite leaders.”  (This means that every one of them will be guilty – some more, some less—JJH)

Not only has R. G. Jolly repudiated the Truth on Tentative justification (he now places it in the Camp, and says it will continue to operate during the works dispensa­tion – whereas, it is distinctly a faith justification), on Psalms 46, and other items, but he now has perverted the Parousia Truth on the Parable of the Talents (Azazel means Perverter). For some time now he has been foisting himself into the “salt,” the “light” and the “us” class; so it should occasion no surprise that he now also boldly attempts to place himself and his kinsmen into the “good and faithful servant” class. Note, however, the clear contrast between such and the course of our Lord (Isa. 50:5, Rotherham): “I was not rebellious (I did not revolutionize), away turned I not (I did not leave the narrow way to promote my own schemes and purposes),” as the Great Company (the leaders in particular) has repeatedly done.

Certainly, it is not our wish to deprive any one of the glory that may justly be his; but we are determinedly opposed to power-graspers who would adorn themselves with a glory that is not theirs. Thus, we emphatically condemn R. G. Jolly for his revolutionism against the Parousia Truth on Matt. 25:14-30.

This also forces us to conclude from the Scriptures and the Star Members' teachings that any one who would apply our Lord's sayings to the Great Company, that fit only the Fully Faithful, would be out of harmony with His Truth and its Spirit – especially when they have full knowledge that they are Great Company. Nor could we honestly say that such a person was fully faithful to Parousia and Epiphany Truth if he is a self-admitted or clearly manifested crown-loser, because it is directly due to such unfaithfulness that they lost their crowns in the Parousia, with the same evil characteristics in added measure revealed in the Epiphany (mani­festing them as crown-losers), because the Epiphany is the time for “making manifest the counsels of hearts.” As Brother Johnson has correctly taught: They serve much better as unmanifested crown-losers, before they are driven from the Holy – after which they go from bad to worse until they are fully abandoned to Azazel, at which time they are ''very unfaithful” (See E-15:519, par. 1). Thus, the only logical conclusion concerning such is that their evils become more pronounced and recognizable after they lose the restraining hand of the Star Members. “By their fruits you will discover them.” (Matt. 7:16, Dia.)



Pilgrim Eschrich in Trinidad:

Dear Brother Hoefle: – Grace and peace in our Redeemer!

Here are some questions I had for Bro.  Eschrich when he was in Trinidad Feb. 20.

Knowing him as I do, I thought that he himself would benefit especially from Question No. 1. I learned, however, that he did not answer it, but simply advised the brethren to look up the references. If no more Priests are in the flesh, as is taught by them, and all Great Company now in the flesh are remanded to Second Death, What a calamity! Let us not be distressed, no man can change God's true Tabernacle. I understand question No. 2 was not answered at all. He agreed with the local teachers that the Youthful Worthies are on the Broad Way. I wonder if he ever read E Vol. 17, p. 171, 16 lines from top, In respect to Question No. 4, Progressive Tabernacle was stressed.  As to Question 5, he said that new creatures are on the narrow way. I may tell him strong objections are taken to putting Youthful Worthies on the Broad Way. It has left a big crack in his house.

Sr.------- got her answers in writing and Bro. Johnson’s teachings referred to, but he never forgot to tear out what did not suit him.

In a certain country I saw three full-sized pictures of three most prominent Bible Students –Star Member Johnson on the right, Star Member Russell in the center, and Levite Jolly on the left. All three on the same plane, instead of the Levite being on a much lower plane. How different on the Chart of the Ages in Parousia Vol. One... When I returned from that country I received a commendatory letter with a question or two. I mistakenly sent the questions to Levite Jolly and when I got his reply I had to set it aside, because he had fulfilled Ezek. 13:3. You see how Progressive Tabernacle has been built! The Advancing Truth does not set aside the Truth formerly received as some deceivers teach.  E. Vol. 9, p. 19, bottom.

In answering Sister’s question on antitypical Shadrach, Bro. Eschrich said that was fulfilled during the last two World Wars. In contradiction I say I have in my possession a paper from one of the 59 Levite groups, dated Nov. 1962, when one of its members was taken prisoner under Hitler.  The brother heard arrangements made for his death. He always kept Isa. 43:4 in memory, and when a ship with hundreds of prisoners on board was coming to take him, God caused the ship to sink, the brother was kept alive and wrote history in 1962 – twelve years after Brother Johnson’s demise. I have no doubt he is still alive. In the type Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego live through the fiery furnace.

I now close with much love for Sister Hoefle and all with you.

By His Grace,  L. F. Roach (TRINIDAD)



After the previous six pages had come from the printer there came to us J. W. Krewson's paper No. 55 a few days before the 1964 Memorial, the same bearing con­siderable “false witness” against us. Of course, we “think it not strange” that such diatribe should be leveled at us at this particular season of the year; in like manner also similar “false witness” was used by voluble leaders, motivated by unholy ambition, to crucify our Lord, and – 'As He was in this world, so are we.” At first we were inclined to pass this incident by, considering it too cheap and infamous for consideration; but, knowing that Brother Russell and Brother Johnson both defended themselves against slanderous attacks of character, so we now make answer to the scurrilous items to be found on page 29 of the paper in question – ­that our ministry be not blamed in the eyes of the Fully Faithful.

Here J. W. Krewson makes adroit attempt to cast us in similar mold with R. G. Jolly in 'vainly laying claim to the general teaching office”; but we remind our readers that at no time have we ever claimed more for ourselves than what the Lord conferred upon us through His Epiphany Messenger; namely, the office of Pilgrim, or General Elder in the Church, and we have produced our Pilgrim Certificate in proof of this claim. In the letter of transmittal that brought our certificate in the mail, Brother Johnson specifically stated that the Pilgrim appointment gave us full authority to address the General Church in any country on earth. More than this we have never attempted to do; nor will our readers find one instance where we have ever made pompous claims for ourself, or arrogated to ourself any authority not expressly delegated to us by the Lord through the Epiphany Messenger. At the same time we have noted that J. W. Krewson never received any such honor and privilege, and that his only basis for his present claims is what he himself sets forth; and we have only his own word for it. And – “When I open my lips, let no dog bark!” Of course, if he himself did not inform us of his greatness, no one would know about it; whereas, the General Church has known for many years that we were a Pilgrim in their midst without us ever once revealing the matter verbally or in printed page. View­ing this comparison, it is little wonder J. W. Krewson must inform his readers what a great personage he really is.

On former occasion we have shown clearly from 1 Sam. 14:50 that J.  W.  Krewson and R. G. Jolly are spiritual “cousins”; and their traits of character, their intimate similarity of technique, and their sponsorship of similar errors, with their clear revo­lutionism against many Parousia and Epiphany teachings, offers abundant proof that they are “cousins” indeed. And, while each of them has attempted to sully us as a teammate for his respective “cousin,” neither of them has up to now produced any substantial proof, Scriptural or otherwise, to support their claims.

After Brother Johnson's death we made long and repeated brotherly attempts to recover both the “cousins” from their “Path of error” (James 5:20, Dia.); and for quite sometime – after they began to disagree among themselves – both of them made determined effort to curry favor with us. And it was only after we became more adamant and outspoken against their sins of teaching and practice that the “cousins” both disfellowshiped us; WE DID NOT FIRST DISFELLOWSHIP THEM! But we also state with emphasis that at no time have we ever combined with either of them in their errors or revolutionisms against Parousia and Epiphany teachings – although they repeat­edly did so with each other. In fact, their major difference right now is which of them should be greatest; otherwise, they are even yet in many instances true collabor­ating “cousins” – each for his own quarter; whereas, we have administered crushing defeat to both of them on many of their respective errors, so it is little wonder we are now a common target for both of them. We instance now some soulmate errors of these renegade “kinsmen”:

(1) Both of them are contending the Little Flock has left the earth before Armageddon – ­a revolutionism against both Parousia and Epiphany Messengers. Thus, the both of them have “missed the mark with respect to the Truth, saying that the (first) resurrection has already happened; and they are perverting the faith of some.” (2 Tim. 2:18, Dia

This Scripture clearly declares there were false teachers in the beginning of the Age teaching perverse things about the resurrection – “The word of those men will eat like a mortifying sore” – and we are faced with an identical situation here in the end of the Age. R. G. Jolly could not wait until Brother Johnson had received burial before he came out positively that the first resurrection “has already happened.” At the time he made this announcement he said this had come to him in “a flash” about 4 a.m. the previous morning; and on the basis of that “sudden flash” he declared positively such a weighty matter without any real studious re­search (and during the time when the Lord's faithful people were in deep sorrow and shock over the passing of the beloved Epiphany Messenger). For one who had produced those 27 colossal blunders on the Pyramid just three short years before, then rush pell-mell into such a serious conclusion concerning the first resurrection (from which he himself had been debarred), the answer should be apparent to all un­biased minds: Clearly enough, he had been abandoned to Azazel by withdrawal of his priestly leader, and the terrible result was apparent in a matter of a few short days.

(2) Both of them teach 1954 as the end of the Epiphany period – one of them partially so, the other fully so. The Scriptures are very clear that “by the mouth of two or three witnesses everything should be established”; but up to now neither of the “cousins” has produced even one witness in proof of his claim, much less “two or three.” Note the extreme contrast between their contentions for 1954 and those that are so readily available for 1914. Note also that the “Man of Sin” is to be annihilated dur­ing the Epiphany period (2 Thes. 2:8, Dia. – “The Lord Jesus will annihilate by the Epiphaneia of His Parousia”). Neither of the “cousins” has been able to meet this dilemma. They also have brought the Epiphany to a close before the real features of the Epiphany (Armageddon, Anarchy & Jacob's Trouble) have even begun.

(3) Both of them have a class of quasi-elect consecrated – purely, their own invention –­ a class never seen by either Messenger. And this forces the both of them to cease attempting to win new Youthful Worthies since 1954, although neither of them has produced one shred of Scriptural proof for such a conclusion – contrary to the teaching of both Messengers that Youthful Worthies would be won before – and after – Armageddon, and until restitution sets in. (See first pages of this paper)

(4) In the January 1947 Present Truth, pages 7 through 14, there are 27 Pyramid calculations by the “cousins” to “prove” (?) that the last saint would most definitely be glorified in October 1956; and time has indisputably proven every one of those calculations to be wrong in every major feature. Thus, that bedlam of error (the “bottomless pit”) is nothing more than the chicanery of Satan. And then in January 1951 – exactly four years later – these same two “cousins” unashamedly present another mathematical “Proof” (?) from the Pyramid that the last saint was glorified in October 1950 –just six years sooner than the 27 “sure” computations. And any one now who is nauseated with their kind of “mathematics” – any one who cannot accept their 1950 “proof,” which completely nullifies their 27 previous “proofs” – is a “proven sifter.”

(5) Both of them are in confusion on the correct method of determining the correct date for the Memorial – and both of them were in accord on the erroneous method in 1962 – true “cousins” once more in supporting each other in their errors as they used similar technique in attacking the truth we presented.

On the same page 29 J. W. Krewson says those “following the fiery cloudy pillar have been disciplined in spiritual discernment into the manifold avenues of “Satanic deception”; and we are happy to report that this is decidedly true of our readers. So far as we know, not a one of our readers places one iota of credence in those 27 “mis”-calculations on the Pyramid; they all recognize them for the “Satanic deception” that they are. And the same may be said with equal force of the other points we have set out aforegoing. More on this in due time.