I think you are right about the slippery slope. You put it better than I did. It seems a contradiction in terms to go to the opposer to reason the truth of the matter. Satan may well give the enquirer what they think they want. If we cannot get the truth rm the watchtower, how will we get it from their manager? That really is what puts me off this sort of guess work. I would rather not know, than be distracted at this time. The bible warns us about divination anyway.What's your opinion on Daniel's 1,290 and 1,335 days, and Revelation's "time, times and half a time?" Jehovah didn't put a timeline in for us to figure out the beginning of Jesus taking the throne, which would have gone against what Jesus said about nobody knowing the time. JWs have been burned by the 1914 fraudulent numerology, so I completely understand any reluctance at deciphering dates via numerology. I guess my take on David's work is that he's saying Satan is doing it outside of the Bible or by twisting the Bible. I'm trying to figure out what Satan's NWO timeline could be? And did he give clues to his minions? I wouldn't advocate Astrology, but if I knew Satan made plans based on the sun, moon and stars I would like to know what they are so I could avoid falling for his lies. But that's a slippery slope there.