Colleen, as always, I so enjoyed our walk and talk! :)

    Here is an old chart that gives us a glimpse of the views of King James:

        Pilgrims, Bible, Persecution and Thanksgiving -

    (By the way, I do not plan to share this information with Deborah, since it might discourage her.)

    The links below deal with King James' quest for fame through the KJV and the occult through Freemasonry. (During my time of traveling, I met with about 1/3 of the authors below, and they all seemed to know their subject very well. I had many opportunities to ask questions. Unfortunately, I have forgotten much of what I learned. But that's all in the hands of our wonderful Lord!)

            "Freemasonry, in its present form, came into being through the Lodge system, established under the auspices of King James VI of Scotland, (later King James I of England), the only son of Roman Catholic Mary Queen of Scots. At the age of 37, two years after becoming a Mason, James became the first Stuart king of England and immediately began to persecute the Puritans, rejecting their petition to reform the Church of England along biblical lines.

            "James was initiated into Freemasonry, into the Lodge of Scoon and Perth in 1601, at the age of 35. Fifteen years after taking active control of Scotland and five years before becoming English monarch, he ordered that the Masonic structure be given leadership and organisation. He made a senior Mason, named William Schaw, his General Warden of the Craft, and instructed Schaw to revamp the entire structure of Freemasonry into what it became today. Schaw commenced this project on 28th December 1598, on the orders of James."

    King James The Founder of Freemason Lodges | Moriel Archive

    Did Sir Francis Bacon edit the King James Bible?

      The last item is interesting. For some reason the "Watch Pair" "researchers" started slandering me when I first started traveling and speaking. The leading woman wrote to groups that had invited me to come and speak and told them not to trust me or have nothing to do with me. Though it didn't affect my speaking engagements, I kept receiving angry letters from her.

      One day I was speaking in her town, so I asked my kind hostess to take me to her house so that we might find a way to agree with each other. I'm not sure who opened the door, but moments later when I this woman appeared, she saw me, turned around and disappeared from sight. And that apparently was the end of her battle against me. - Just a small example of spiritual warfare. :)