Jehovah's Witnesses. How come if you look deeper into the Bible it always backs up Christian teachings, never the Watchtowers?

For instance, if you look at the meanings of the letters in YHWH it says "Behold the hand, behold the nails". Clear reference to Christ in the very name God claims as his own. Or if you translate the names of the ancestors of Jesus from Adam to Noah, you get a story - "Man is born to mortal sorrow.... show more For instance, if you look at the meanings of the letters in YHWH it says "Behold the hand, behold the nails". Clear reference to Christ in the very name God claims as his own.

Or if you translate the names of the ancestors of Jesus from Adam to Noah, you get a story - "Man is born to mortal sorrow. The blessed god shall come down, teaching his death shall bring the sorrowing comfort".

So of course, JWs will argue these revelations.
But can they find anything similar to back up the Watchtower teachings?
Can the genealogy of Christ be made to say something about 1914, Jesus being the Archangel Michael and the appointment of a "faithful and discreet slave" in 1919?
Can the meanings of the letters in the tetragrammaton back up any Watchtower teaching?

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