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Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before

 
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Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I think that there is a portrait of him on this page.
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
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Where in the hell did you get that from? Wow. Some of your black friends f'ng with ya? Yep I'll bet he was black alright! A country full of lily white asses would allow a black king...yep sure..then they'd go on to enslave blacks.
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Afrocentrism is a cult not based on facts and best ignored.
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
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Not quit as interesting now that you see he wasn't a black man huh? RACIST.
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Why am I racist for asking a question?????
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Yes, King James was black. King James son and successor King Charles II is described as "very swarthy". His hair was very bushy and his nose broad. King James was a Moor. check this site out:

[link to www.africaresource.com]
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Here is Truth for your question.

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Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
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No he was a gay pedophile, google it.



Nw
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
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Not quit as interesting now that you see he wasn't a black man huh? RACIST.
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King James is a homosexual....Bet christian would love to hear that...if they only knew the truth behind what they are actually reading maybe they will get their heads out of the sand.....banana2banana2
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
King James came from a long line of royal black families in England. He authorized the translation of the Biblical scrolls from Hebrew to the English language.In the bible before Genesis begins there is a letter from James which starts off as Great and manifold were the blessings.... who wished not well to our Sion(Zion). Sion means monument, the nation of Israel. In Lamentations 4:2,8 tells that the sons of Zion visage(face)were blacker that than coal meaning they were dark skinned men. The bible tells you the Hebrews (Israelites) are blacks. If man can go as far as lying and say that Christ is white then would he not lie and say King James is white too? Have you not seen the movie the last King of Scotland? The King was black!
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Yes he in fact was black, he had 47 scribes translate the bible from hebrew to english inthe year 1611, 8 years later, 1619, the so called "negros" (who are in fact the real, original hebrew Israelites) fell into captivity and were brought to america where they adopted the english language. Just as the bible went from hebrew to english, the "african-american" language went from hebrew to english, king james had it translated for us www.thecomforter.info
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What the hell is an African-American language?
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have you ever read the American classic 'adventures of huckleberry finn'?

the character N Jim that hangs out with Huck...

...thats King James.
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What the hell is an African-American language?
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ebonics.

go to a aa neighborhood and see if you can understand the language they are speaking.
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
 Quoting: Calliope


there are black people who claim k.j. was black..just like there are white people who claim the egyptians were white... the pic i have seen of k.j. seems to appear that he was european or at the very most italian, and these features (appearing mulatto of sorts)is why many black people stay in claims he was black. if you look at the book of eli, this movie is almost identical to what happened in anceint days..the word of God fell upon the prophets of man, and indeed many prophets of the bible were jewish, or what we call black today. The person who transcribed the bible, was more than likely white.
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I swear to God black revisionism is the most annoying thing on the fucking planet...
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
He was Mary Queen of Scots son.

How could he be black?
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What the hell is an African-American language?
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ebonics.

go to a aa neighborhood and see if you can understand the language they are speaking.
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There is no need to go to an aa neighborhood because it doesn't exist. African-American are two different nationalities and a person can not have two nationalities, only one which is that of their dad. America gets its name from an Italian named Amerigo Vespucci and Africa gets its name from a white general named Leo Africanus. Hebrew was the original language of blacks in which is no longer used because of the English language forced upon them. It is very troublesome to here blacks refer to themselves as an African-American.
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He was Mary Queen of Scots son.

How could he be black?
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He was Mary Queen of Scots son.

How could he be black?
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Maybe because his parents were black
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I think that there is a portrait of him on this page.
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If you really want to know, go to this youtube video link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgcDk8dkKSY or type in King James was a black man, on youtube.

After the death of Queen Elizabeth the First, King James became the first over England, Great Britain, France and Ireland from 1603 – 1625. He was the son of Lord Darnley and Mary Queen of Scotts who was the daughter of King Henry the 8th. Queen Mary was also sister to Queen Elizabeth, having different mothers. They were black Celtic, Anglo Saxon, and Israelite jewish people.

You may find this hard to believe, but Black jewish people took over Europe from the Roman Empire beginning in 193 AD., under a black jewish Roman General Septimius Serverus. In 330 AD the black emperor Constantine moved the capital from Rome to today’s Turkey and called it Constantinople. He establish the Holy Bible as laws in the empire over the pagan roman laws (Acts 2:5-11, Proverbs 8:15-21)

In 1453 AD descendants of white Romans in the Caucasus Mountains converted to Islam and conquered Constantinople and surrounding lands controlled by Black Christians jewish people. These were the Turks and other Caucasians took over Rome and Spain in the 13th and the 14th century (Hosea 4:8) from the 5th to the 15th century AD. This period was called the Middle Ages, Dark Ages, medieval Times or the Byzantine Empire. (Rev 20:1 Colos 3:11)

Fake Caucasians Popes ordered artist like Davinchi and Michelangelo to deface all the Black Art Icons that they could. Then they were ordered to repaint Jesus and the Israelites Saints as Caucasians instead of Negroid. This was called the renaissance era, REBIRTH. They renovated Europe from Black to White (job 9:24)

Black Israelites fled with many Scrolls and Icons to England under the protection of King James the 1st. In 1607 AD the Holy Spirit moved King James to nominate 47 learnt men and 12 final advisors to produce the 1611 Bible with the Apocrypha. These Israelites or jewish people were the best Hebrew and Greek translators of the time. The Almighty Yahawah saw 2000 years into the future and caused the 1611 bible to be preserved in English above all others knowing this world be the top language of the rich and poor today. This move offset the lying revisions of the Romans Catholic Church to destroy the Bible and cut Israel off from being restored as a nation in these latter days (psalms 83:1-5 Rev 3:3-7)

Sources:
King James I by His contemporaries
1991 World Almanac Priors Books
Nature knows no color line by J A Rogers
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
 Quoting: Calliope


Go to Youtube and type in: "King James was a black man"
After the death of Queen Elizabeth the First, King James became the first over England, Great Britain, France and Ireland from 1603 – 1625. He was the son of Lord Darnley and Mary Queen of Scotts who was the daughter of King Henry the 8th. Queen Mary was also sister to Queen Elizabeth, having different mothers. They were black Celtic, Anglo Saxon, and Israelite jewish people.

You may find this hard to believe, but Black jewish people took over Europe from the Roman Empire beginning in 193 AD., under a black jewish Roman General Septimius Serverus. In 330 AD the black emperor Constantine moved the capital from Rome to today’s Turkey and called it Constantinople. He establish the Holy Bible as laws in the empire over the pagan roman laws (Acts 2:5-11, Proverbs 8:15-21)

In 1453 AD descendants of white Romans in the Caucasus Mountains converted to Islam and conquered Constantinople and surrounding lands controlled by Black Christians jewish people. These were the Turks and other Caucasians took over Rome and Spain in the 13th and the 14th century (Hosea 4:8) from the 5th to the 15th century AD. This period was called the Middle Ages, Dark Ages, medieval Times or the Byzantine Empire. (Rev 20:1 Colos 3:11)

Fake Caucasians Popes ordered artist like Davinchi and Michelangelo to deface all the Black Art Icons that they could. Then they were ordered to repaint Jesus and the Israelites Saints as Caucasians instead of Negroid. This was called the renaissance era, REBIRTH. They renovated Europe from Black to White (job 9:24)

Black Israelites fled with many Scrolls and Icons to England under the protection of King James the 1st. In 1607 AD the Holy Spirit moved King James to nominate 47 learnt men and 12 final advisors to produce the 1611 Bible with the Apocrypha. These Israelites or jewish people were the best Hebrew and Greek translators of the time. The Almighty Yahawah saw 2000 years into the future and caused the 1611 bible to be preserved in English above all others knowing this world be the top language of the rich and poor today. This move offset the lying revisions of the Romans Catholic Church to destroy the Bible and cut Israel off from being restored as a nation in these latter days (psalms 83:1-5 Rev 3:3-7)

Sources:
King James I by His contemporaries
1991 World Almanac Priors Books
Nature knows no color line by J A Rogers
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I belive these answers can be easier undstood if people would research the lineage between his Imperial Majesty Halie Salasie and Queen Elizabeth, ever wonder why they were so tight well here's your chance to research. Further more King James Older depections look very similar to that of King David which is a progression of Etheopic Kushite, Hyksos, and European bloodline. The earliest records of this bloodline would be around the time of the Nubian Dynasty.

Happy Researching, case only a fool looks to be spoon feed.
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unbelievable, some of you have lost your minds. lol putin
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this is the most absurd thread i have ever seen on here

and that is saying a LOT

I suppose "black irish" are also black skinned?

norespect
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No fucking way

The whitest people on the planet

HAD A BLACK KING!!



YOU ARE AS DUMB AS YOUR NAME!
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Have only recently ran across this theory... guess I have to admit that I never really wondered who he was... and now I am obsessed with finding out and what better place to find a lot of really smart and informed people than here on GLP. Please... tell me what you know and reference it when possible... thanks in advance!
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No, stupid, he wasn't black.

How the hell do people like you end up on the Internet anyway?
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King James, Meditation on Revelation

“The Pope is Antichrist, and Popery the loosing of Satan, from whom proceedeth false doctrine and cruelty to subvert the kingdom of Christ: Now whether the Pope beareth these marks or not, let any indifferent man judge; I think surely it expounds itself: Doeth he not usurp Christ his office, calling himself universal Bishop and head of the Church? Playeth he not the part of Apollyon, and Abbadon the king of the Locusts and destroyer, or son of perdition, in chopping and changing of souls betwixt heaven, hell, and his fantastic or imagined purgatory at his pleasure? Blasphemeth he not, in denying us to be saved by the imputation of Christ his righteousness? Moreover, hath he not sent forth and abused the world with innumerable orders of locust and shavelings? Hath he not so fully ruled over the world these many hundredth years, as to the fire went he, whosoever he was, that durst deny any part of his usurped supremacy?”........“But I am sure none will condemn me for an heretic, save such as make the Pope their God...” (King James I, A Meditation on Revelation; Premonition).
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Re: Was King James of the KJV Bible black?? I would really love to know... very interesting and something I've never heard before
Hey, are any of you nay saying none integraters a college professor of semetic History? Have any of you studing in the Univerities of Asian, African, and European scholarship and theology...LOL.

Well here is 2 you can integrate and learn from, Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop and Dr. John Henrik Clark.

I know an Italian white guy who works at Carmines and his Grandmother is a black woman with Hispania Iberian Peninsulan roots so who says King James didn't have a little soul....LOL. Trace the bloodlines people, I garuntee it will end up in either Upper (Kemet) or Lower (Nubia) Egypt. Come on now people, put in some work.
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