If you have access to documents that may help improve transparency within Jehovah’s Witnesses, or may help bring justice for victims, we welcome your submissions and value your help.

This website was founded by dedicated, baptized Jehovah's Witnesses. Its mission is to reveal documents, files, and publications that are kept secret from the vast majority of Jehovah's Witnesses, particularly vulnerable persons and women. The purpose is to encourage honesty and transparency in a religious group that considers itself God's organization on Earth - Matthew 24:45; Mark 4:22.

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The Hamburg Shooter

The Hamburg Shooter

One of Jehovah’s Witnesses kills seven, injures eight more in Hamburg, Germany, before killing himself. HAMBURG, GERMANY: As more information emerges about the Hamburg shooter,

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Announcements and Reminders


Since 2018, the Jehovah's Witnesses' leaders from the World Headquarters in New York have been issuing Announcements & Reminders to Congregations. This includes instructions for elders' eyes only. We make the instructions available to all.

Elders Textbooks

The Watch Tower, the organization behind Jehovah's Witnesses, has issued various textbooks that are intended to be kept secret from the ordinary members, especially women. All Jehovah's Witnesses should have access to these publications.

Policy Letters

Policy Letters

Prior to the issuance of Announcements & Reminders, letters were issued with the relevant letterhead from the branch that issued the letter. Most of these were for elders' eyes only. We have collected hundreds of these letters for you to read.

Watchtower Documents


Locate and download documents relating to assemblies & conventions, blood & medicine, branch procedures, child sexual abuse, child custody, circuit overseers & elders, donations, pioneers & special pioneers, volunteering and much more.

Harmful Beliefs and Practices

Jehovah's Witnesses are well known for their door-to-door campaigns distributing books, leaflets and magazines. The general public may also known them for refusing a blood transfusion should it save their life because of their biblical interpretation of a few choice Bible verses. However, much of what they believe and practice is not well known and some of these beliefs and practices have caused serious harm to current and former members.

Blood Transfusions

Jehovah’s Witnesses will let their children die if only blood will save their life.

Jehovah’s Witnesses’ have been accused of covering up the crime of child sexual abuse.

Jehovah’s Witnesses shun former members causing concern for governments.

End-Times & Armageddon

Jehovah’s Witnesses are end-times focused, preaching an ever-imminent Armageddon.

The Religious Leaders

The Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses is currently made up of a quorum of eight men, who direct all the activities of Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide..

The Helpers to the Governing Body are much more than the innocuous term “helper” reveals. They are the leaders of the corporate affairs of the organization behind the group.

Who We Are

The Cliffs of MoherThis website was created to help you learn about the controlling and secretive nature of the organization behind Jehovah’s Witnesses, often referred to as “The Society”, “The Organization”, “The Watchtower” and similar names. We provide you access to older and secretive publications that the leaders of Jehovah’s Witnesses would not like you to know about. We show you the deceptive reasoning used within the pages of the books and magazines. We discuss key individuals who were or are associated with Jehovah’s Witnesses. We help explain the reasoning methods employed by Jehovah’s Witnesses that are used to convince you of their world view. 

The content found on this website has been beneficial for a whole range of individuals. It has helped current Jehovah’s Witnesses understand the inner workings of their religious group and how they deal with various situations, such as judicial committee meetings, the handling of child sexual abuse, and their underhanded methods when it comes to child custody, to name a few. Information on this website has been used by governments, courts, law enforcement, journalists, scholars, therapists and others to help them understand Jehovah’s Witnesses more fully.

The website was founded by Jason M. Wynne in 2014. It has changed hands numerous times since then but has continued to serve the global community in a meaningful way.