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The Watchtower Reprints, May 1881, p. 225
"The 'grand gallery' measures 1874 inches long at the top, 1878 inches long at a groove cut in its sides about midway between bottom and top and 1881 inches at the bottom Now notice how aptly these three distinct dates (1874, 1878, 1881,) are marked by the pyramid."
The Watchtower Reprints, September 1881, p. 272
Chart of the Ages
Thy Kingdom Come (SS-3), 1912 ed., p. 342
"Then measuring down the 'Entrance Passage' from that point, to find the distance to the entrance of the "Pit" representing the great trouble and destruction with which this age is to close, when evil will be overthrown from power, we find it to be 3457 inches, symbolizing 3457 years from the above date, BC 1542. This calculation shows AD 1915 as marking the beginning of the period of trouble."
The Watchtower Reprints, October 1, 1917, p. 6149
"The Great Pyramid, the measurements of which confirm the Bible teaching that 1878 marked the beginning of the harvest of the Gospel age. The parallel, therefore, would establish definitely that the harvest would close forty years thereafter; to wit, in the spring of AD 1918. If this, be true, and the evidence is very conclusive that it is true, then we have only a few months in which to labor before the great night settles down when no man can work."
The Watchtower, June 15, 1922, p. 187
"In the passages of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh the agreement of one or two measurements with the present truth chronology might be accidental, but the correspondency of dozens of measurements proves that the same God designed both pyramid and plan - and at the same time proves the correctness of the chronology."
The Watchtower, May 15, 1925, p. 148
"The great Pyramid of Egypt, standing as a silent and inanimate witness of the Lord, is a messenger; and its testimony speaks with great eloquence concerning the divine plan."
The Watchtower, November 15, 1928, p. 341
"If therefore the Word of God does not refer to the pyramid, teaching of and concerning the pyramid, and its measurements, then the drawing of conclusions therefrom is not only contrary to the Scriptures and out of order, but is presumptuous before the Lord."
The Watchtower, November 15, 1928, p. 344
"It is more reasonable to conclude that the great pyramid of Gizeh, as well as the other pyramids thereabout, also the sphinx, were built by the rulers of Egypt and under the direction of Satan the Devil Then Satan put his knowledge in dead stone, which may be called Satan's Bible, and not God's stone witness."