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was king james a freemason
i think so
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i think so
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I don't know, but does it matter? The King James Bible is all that matters to me.

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u got copy of 1611 king james bible
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[link to www.cuttingedge.org]
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I don’t know about that but he was at least bisexual if not entirely homosexual.

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Any serious biography of King James I of England will talk about his homosexuality. He was completely open about it. Sources include the reports of foreign ambassadors, such as the Spanish ambassador writing home to say "the king goes to Newcastle today, much as another monarch went to Capri." Of course, you have to know about Tiberias at Capri to understand that.

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I have not read your link yet, but I'm there now. I have to say that cuttingedge.org has caused me some concern in the past. I read some of their articles, and they are very accurate to a point, and then I find some information that is wrong. I'm not sure why that is. I have not made up my mind about that site yet, but it only takes a few left turns instead of right turns to take someone to a completely different destination.
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King James was accused by some idiot twenty years after his death of being a homosexual, first time it came up. He - the rumor monger - was pissed because King James had thrown him out of his ruling elite circle because he had said "I will not have a Scotsman rule over me"

King James was married to one woman and they had nine children - the arts flourished during his reign - think Shakespeare - it is as though he had stepped out of time - He commissioned the KJB so the people could have a Bible in their own language now that the POPE had no say so in the matter. You see the Popedom Kingdom kept the Bible in the DEAD Language of Latin and prohibited the people for hundreds of years from reading or owning a Bible, under penalty of DEATH

Praise God for the Reformed leaders that brought us out of darkness into the glorious light of the True Word of God.


Should I go on? King James spoke fluent Greek, Latin, French, English and Scot. He was schooled in Italian and Spanish. He did not need translators when conducting the business of the Kingdom.

Doesn't sound like the typical american education going on here. He really, really was smarter than people of today because I am sure no one ever gave him the answers so he could pass his government testing for money.

IF he were a Freemason and I highly doubt he was since his life was threatened daily by those who have now at this day aligned FREEMASONRY with their agenda - then freemasonry would have been just a little upstart local club with no real World Agenda Takeover AS they are now the Handmaidens of the real Destroyers of the world - which will soon be brought down by their masters as useless eaters just as they treat us and think of us
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The King James Bible is all that matters to me.
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Wow, are we shocked!

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I have not read your link yet, but I'm there now. I have to say that cuttingedge.org has caused me some concern in the past. I read some of their articles, and they are very accurate to a point, and then I find some information that is wrong. I'm not sure why that is. I have not made up my mind about that site yet, but it only takes a few left turns instead of right turns to take someone to a completely different destination.
Quote Smith and Jones

You are exactly right. I like a lot of their work, then I get into it and they have all kinds of little bitty leanings to total bs - you will know it when you see it - but unfortunately most can't see it because they don't have a foundation of any kind on which they stand - so they fall for the next best thing on the "market" if it looks good and fits their own little god plans.

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I'm no fancy scholar or smrt city feller, so I cannot attest to the accuracy of the following article, which I present with this disclaimer now concluding. . .

[link to www.tentmaker.org]

<< The Doctrine of Biblical Inerrancy. This doctrine has caused Christian leaders to have to outright lie to maintain their position. They have to take plain facts and hide them from their followers. Because they have locked themselves into the teaching that the King James Bible is "the inerrant" translation of the "so-called" original texts, they have locked themselves into a position where lying, distorting, and name calling are the only options left to maintain their ground. They say the 66 books of the present King James Bible are inerrant, but they don't tell you it lacks 14 entire books which were in the original King James of 1611. They don't tell you the King James Bible has been changed many times in the last 350 years and there have been thousands of corrections! They don't tell you the King James Bible was never authorized by anyone. They don't tell you the original KJV had a calendar of annual Holy days which all believers were to follow such as: Purification of the virgin Mary, annunciation of our Lady, Innocents day, etc.. They don't tell you the Greek text used by the King James translators produced by Erasmus, a Roman Catholic humanist monk, did not have manuscripts that contained all 27 books of the New Testament, so he borrowed out of the Latin Catholic Vulgate! No, they can't tell you these things because that would be the end of the lie which has kept them in business. >>
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The 14 (15)books most probably refer to the apocrypha books, which were never considered "Inspired" by the Translators or anyone outside Popedom, but were good in that they had "some" good historical Jewish history. So no, they were not and still are not part of the inspired Word of God.
But you are not Prohibited from reading them, if you so desire, but know this, they are not anything you would want to build your faith on

You may be able to purchase a KJB with the apocrypha included now, I am not sure. It wasn't a conspiracy, it just really didn't add any truth to the inspired books. Read them yourself, they are not consistant.

There are no corrections in the KJB - there are different revisions because there were textual changes from the 1611 original gutenberg edition but not revisions. The message is never changed.

DO NOT compare the NKJB to the KJB - totally different from the very beginning, different texts were used and the NKJB is an abomination.
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i think so
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Makes sense, he was gay and he had his fellas, they were the ones to add and take away from Scripture, thousands of changes.

God said no you must never do that, they didn't care.

The KJV is worthless.
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the NKJB is an abomination.
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Egad - thats my main readin' bible!

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King James was a freemason and homo. It makes me puke that the masonic controlled courts of justice ask you to swear on a Bible that is a fraud, created by a man who served Lucifer as a mason, and was a homo to boot.

Fucken sick world.
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LeBron? I doubt it. He took his talents to South Beach remember? Jeez, keep up man.
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King James was accused by some idiot twenty years after his death of being a homosexual, first time it came up. He - the rumor monger - was pissed because King James had thrown him out of his ruling elite circle because he had said "I will not have a Scotsman rule over me"

King James was married to one woman and they had nine children - the arts flourished during his reign - think Shakespeare - it is as though he had stepped out of time - He commissioned the KJB so the people could have a Bible in their own language now that the POPE had no say so in the matter. You see the Popedom Kingdom kept the Bible in the DEAD Language of Latin and prohibited the people for hundreds of years from reading or owning a Bible, under penalty of DEATH

Praise God for the Reformed leaders that brought us out of darkness into the glorious light of the True Word of God.


Should I go on? King James spoke fluent Greek, Latin, French, English and Scot. He was schooled in Italian and Spanish. He did not need translators when conducting the business of the Kingdom.

Doesn't sound like the typical american education going on here. He really, really was smarter than people of today because I am sure no one ever gave him the answers so he could pass his government testing for money.

IF he were a Freemason and I highly doubt he was since his life was threatened daily by those who have now at this day aligned FREEMASONRY with their agenda - then freemasonry would have been just a little upstart local club with no real World Agenda Takeover AS they are now the Handmaidens of the real Destroyers of the world - which will soon be brought down by their masters as useless eaters just as they treat us and think of us
 Quoting: Ohwow!


you would think he would have embraced the geneva bible, already written.....

oh, except the king wasnt sure about people not giving him the respect he was due, thats right.

the geneva bible was written outside the kings authority and was anti catholic as well.......

its also the bible used by the pilgrims as well.

so how does this work out, the geneva bible believing christians get on boats and go to america so they can pursue their faith, the king james bible is introduced and uproots the geneva bible, and now we seek a new world order........

got it!
Christians have had to face and realize their own sins, and feel compelled to try and help others as well.

This chant of Holier than thou is wrong and is taught by others making you think what is cool or acceptable to them.

The thought of "believe as i do" is strongly in an unbelievers life, because they feel they will be ridiculed by their friends.

Every falsehood a unbeliver weilds, is merely a reflection of the obstacles that unbeliever must face from his very own peers.

Unbelievers are the true followers, they are dedicated to fear of what other people think of them.

And because of this, they are ashamed of themselves, but wall themselves up to feel comfortable and safe, assuring themselves with rationality and laughter.

Which is insanity!
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you would think he would have embraced the geneva bible, already written.....

Quote SwordofGideon

Not really. The Geneva Bible differs in several passages with the KJB or AV -

I know that the Geneva Bible did not set out to mislead unlike the modern versions of today, they were more or less in exile and trying to put a Bible in everyones hand.
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i think so
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What is the relevence of your question, then?
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Probably gauging other opinions?

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King James was accused by some idiot twenty years after his death of being a homosexual, first time it came up. He - the rumor monger - was pissed because King James had thrown him out of his ruling elite circle because he had said "I will not have a Scotsman rule over me"

King James was married to one woman and they had nine children - the arts flourished during his reign - think Shakespeare - it is as though he had stepped out of time - He commissioned the KJB so the people could have a Bible in their own language now that the POPE had no say so in the matter. You see the Popedom Kingdom kept the Bible in the DEAD Language of Latin and prohibited the people for hundreds of years from reading or owning a Bible, under penalty of DEATH

Praise God for the Reformed leaders that brought us out of darkness into the glorious light of the True Word of God.


Should I go on? King James spoke fluent Greek, Latin, French, English and Scot. He was schooled in Italian and Spanish. He did not need translators when conducting the business of the Kingdom.

Doesn't sound like the typical american education going on here. He really, really was smarter than people of today because I am sure no one ever gave him the answers so he could pass his government testing for money.

IF he were a Freemason and I highly doubt he was since his life was threatened daily by those who have now at this day aligned FREEMASONRY with their agenda - then freemasonry would have been just a little upstart local club with no real World Agenda Takeover AS they are now the Handmaidens of the real Destroyers of the world - which will soon be brought down by their masters as useless eaters just as they treat us and think of us
 Quoting: Ohwow!


The KJV was edited by Sir Fancis Bacon, who was a mason. It's interesting you would mention Shakespeare because ole Francis was Shakespeare too. Check out Penn Leary and the Cryptographic Shakespeare.
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The KJV was edited by Sir Fancis Bacon, who was a mason. It's interesting you would mention Shakespeare because ole Francis was Shakespeare too. Check out Penn Leary and the Cryptographic Shakespeare.

Anything but the KJB - are you also Catholic? And your theology is based on?

And Masonry was what back then? Again it had not become what it is today - the handmaiden of the NWO

Rumors you deal in

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The KJV was edited by Sir Fancis Bacon, who was a mason. It's interesting you would mention Shakespeare because ole Francis was Shakespeare too. Check out Penn Leary and the Cryptographic Shakespeare.

Anything but the KJB - are you also Catholic? And your theology is based on?

And Masonry was what back then? Again it had not become what it is today - the handmaiden of the NWO

Rumors you deal in
 Quoting: Ohwow!


Catholic?!?! Theology?!?! What are you talking about. You make no sense.
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Catholic?!?! Theology?!?! What are you talking about. You make no sense.

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Of course it makes sense. So you attack the messenger. Go to with your story. If you have no theology, and no Truth to represent, why are you even concerned with this thread?
No, you are in a battle that you hope to win with rumor.
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I don’t know about that but he was at least bisexual if not entirely homosexual.

[link to www.libchrist.com]

Any serious biography of King James I of England will talk about his homosexuality. He was completely open about it. Sources include the reports of foreign ambassadors, such as the Spanish ambassador writing home to say "the king goes to Newcastle today, much as another monarch went to Capri." Of course, you have to know about Tiberias at Capri to understand that.

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Your pope was/is the pedo-homo. These baseless claims have always come from Rome. They also called Queen Elizabeth I a witch. Both Protestants. The Jesuits tried to assassinate them both many times. (Gun powder plot?)

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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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King James was a freemason and homo. It makes me puke that the masonic controlled courts of justice ask you to swear on a Bible that is a fraud, created by a man who served Lucifer as a mason, and was a homo to boot.

Fucken sick world.
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+10000000000000000000000

His Masonic activity is well documented, but I'm tired so can't recall the title of the tomes. He was also a flaming homosexual.

Remember that it was King James who knighted Sir Francis Bacon (aka Shakespeare the writer, not the actor!), and Luciferian/Rosicrucian Bacon did a lot of work on the KJV.
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hath he not sent forth and abused the world with innumerable orders of locust and shavelings?
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So, if King James were a mason would this be himself condemning himself since the masons are just one handmaiden of the NWO headed by "god on earth" to kill, steal, and destroy the truth of God and twist everything into the worship of their own GOAT god?

These locust and shavelings are the foot soldiers of the false lying wonders gospel that has gone out into the world to booster the building of a "kingdom on earth" without the true King of Glory.
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hath he not sent forth and abused the world with innumerable orders of locust and shavelings?
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So, if King James were a mason would this be himself condemning himself since the masons are just one handmaiden of the NWO headed by "god on earth" to kill, steal, and destroy the truth of God and twist everything into the worship of their own GOAT god?These locust and shavelings are the foot soldiers of the false lying wonders gospel that has gone out into the world to booster the building of a "kingdom on earth" without the true King of Glory.
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The NWO is a connundrum of the 20th century and Freemasony predates that "order" by a proverbial mile.

You biblebashers are all the same.

Sorry to have to stick the goat up ya. 5a
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The NWO is a connundrum of the 20th century and Freemasony predates that "order" by a proverbial mile.

You biblebashers are all the same.

Sorry to have to stick the goat up ya.
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Not really. You can read about the world (known) empire building beginning with the Tower of Babel and on through history with the different unions that formed under secret oaths. Rome was full of them. They spread out and became more organized as we approached the 16th - 17th centuries. Now like an octupus they have spread into controlling roles in every branch of power, whether government, religion or what have you. Their goal has always been the NWO - Atlantis or whatever name they choose to use - NWO is only a short way of expressing the goal in mind


I thought a biblebasher was someone against the bible. Oh well, whatever,

Again attacking the messenger instead of addressing the subject at hand. If you do not agree and you think otherwise then so mote it be - oops I think these words are familiar to some on here
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