What strikes me as odd is that JWs argue that the gifts of the Holy Spirit ended with the apostles, yet continue to seek the enlightenment of the Holy Spirit in their understanding of scripture.So they allowed their personal desires to colour their scriptural interpretations. Thats not a good thing.
The Governing body seems to contradict the watchtower on the issue of divine inspiration, from Development of Jehovah's Witnesses doctrine - Wikipedia
'Watch Tower literature has suggested such enlightenment results from the application of reason and study, the guidance of holy spirit, and direction from Jesus Christ and angels. Rutherford spoke of spiritual "lightning flashes in the temple"; the Society claims its doctrine of the "great crowd" and "other sheep" were "revealed" to "God’s earthly servants" in 1935, and Witness literature has also described sudden changes in doctrines as "flashes of light" given by God through his holy spirit. A 1930 publication claimed God used "invisible deputies" and "invisible angels" to pass his "messages" to The Watchtower,...
...The organization's earlier literature has included claims that its predictions about dates such as 1925 were "indisputable", "absolutely and unqualifiedly correct" and bearing "the stamp of approval of Almighty God", but the Governing Body which was established later says its teachings are neither infallibile nor divinely inspired.'
IMO, the Holy Spirit cannot be divided up in this way.