Is it a monument of sort, build by the prophet of Jehovah's Witnesses in remembrance of all the Old Testament prophet? I also understand that there are altars in this building in honour of each of the Old Testament Prophets. I am not sure how far this is true and would like to know from someone, the beliefs that make this building so special.
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J. F. Rutherford taught:
These faithful men of old (probably Abraham and other patriarchs/prophets) would need somewhere to live and Rutherford set aside the house known as Bath Sarim to be that place:
I think Bath Sarim is Hebrew for "House of Princes".
Rutherford's predictions of when they would return failed to come true, and the house has been sold (1948).
I couldn't find any references to alters being built, or even a complete list of who the princes would be.