KING JAMES 1 Was a Homosexual And a Despot
Topping It Off With Also
Being a Freemason!

By Jan Lilleby

Also – I have included below, a video on the
Occult and Masonic issues of KJV Bible, of
10 minutes truth telling you may need, to get sobered up!

james1And God only knows what else this 17th century king of Scotland and England had on his overloaded bad conscience!

All of you KJV-fanatics will either hate me, or love me (?) (thus hopefully thank me!) for exposing the old fraud – knowing that he himself used the Geneva Bible, until he got the bright idea of making his own fake freemasonry inspired governmental Bible version.

I have taken the liberty of using an excerpt from an article (‘Who Was King James?’) found in gospelassemblyfree.com – since this already pointed out the KJV fraud very thoroughly, – thus I do not have to ‘re-invent-the-wheel’ – as goes:

“For the last three centuries Protestants have fancied themselves the heirs of the Reformation, the Puritans, the Calvinists, and the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock. This assumption is one of history’s greatest ironies. Today, Protestants laboring under that assumption use the King James Bible. Most of the new Bibles such as the Revised Standard Version are simply updates of the King James.

The irony is that none of the groups named in the preceding paragraph used a King James Bible nor would they have used it if it had been given to them free. The Bible in use by those groups, until it went out of print in 1644, was THE GENEVA BIBLE. The first Geneva Bible, both Old and New Testaments, was first published in English in 1560 in what is now Geneva, Switzerland. William Shakespeare, John Bunyan, John Milton, the Pilgrim who landed on Plymouth Rock in 1620, and the other luminaries of that era used the GENEVA BIBLE exclusively.

Until he had his own version named after him, so did King James 1 of England. James 1 later tried to disclaim any knowledge of the Geneva Bible, though he quoted the Geneva Bible in his own writings. As a professor Eadie reported it:

“…his virtual disclaimer of all knowledge up to a late period of the Genevan notes and version was simply a bold, unblushing falsehood, a clumpsy attempt to sever himself and his earlies Scottish beliefs and usages that he might win favor with his English churchmen.”

The irony goes further. King James did not encourage a translation of the Bible in order to enlighten the common people: his sole intent was to deny them the marginal notes of the Geneva Bible. The marginal notes of the Geneva version were what made it so popular with common people.

The King James Bible was, and is for all practical purposes, A GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION. There were several reasons for the King James Bible being a government publication. First, King James 1 of England was a devout believer in the “divine right of kings”, a philosophy ingrained in him by his mother, Mary Stuart. Mary Stuart may have been having an affair with her Italian secretary, David Rizzio, at the time she conceived James. There is a better than even chance that James was the product of adultery.

Apparently, enough evidence of such conduct on the part of Mary Stuart and David Rizzio existed to cause various Scot nobles, including Mary’s own husband, King Henry, to drag David Rizzio from Mary’s supper table and execute him. The Scot nobles hacked and slashed at the screaming Rizzio with knifes and swords, and then threw him off a balcony to the courtyard below where he landed with a sickening smack. In the phrase of that day, he had been scotched.

Mary did have affairs with other men, such as Earl of Bothwell. She later tried to execute her husband in a gunpowder explosion that shook all of Edinburgh. King Henry survived the explosion only to be suffocated later that same night. The murderers were never discovered. Mary was eventually beheaded at the order of her cousin, Elisabeth 1 of England.

To such individuals as James and his mother, Mary, the “divine right of kings” meant that since a king’s power came from God, the king then had to answer to no one but God. This lack of responsibility extended to evil kings. The reasoning was that if a king was evil, that was a punishment sent from God. The citizens should then suffer in silence. If a king was good, that was a blessing sent from God.

This is why the Geneva Bible annoyed King James 1. The Geneva Bible HAD MARGINAL NOTES that simply didn’t conform to that point of view. Those marginal notes had been, to a great extent, placed in the Geneva Bible by the leaders of the Reformation, including John Knox and John Calvin. Knox and Calvin could not and cannot be dismissed lightly or their opinions passed off to the public as the mere ditherings of dissidents…..”


I picked another section from the same article, in which King James’ filthiness and his Masonic engagement are written of, as goes:

“King James 1, among his many other faults, PREFERRED YOUNG BOYS to adult women. HE WAS A FLAMING HOMOSEXUAL. His activities in that regard have been recorded in numerous books and public records; so much so, that there is no room for debate on the subject. THE KING WAS QUEER.

The very people who use the King James Bible today would be the first to throw such a deviant out of the congregations.

The depravity of King James 1 didn’t end with sodomy. James enjoyed killing animals. He called it “hunting”. Once he killed an animal, he would literally roll about in its blood. Some believe that he practiced bestiality while the animal lay dying.

James was a sadist as well as a sodomite: he enjoyed torturing people. While King of Scotland in 1591, he personally supervised the torture of poor wretches caught up in the witchcraft trials of Scotland. James would even suggest new tortures to the examiners. One “witch”, Barbara Napier, was acquitted. That event so angered James that he wrote personally to the court on May 10, 1551, ordering a sentence of death, and had the jury called into custody. To make sure they u7nderstood their particular offense, the King himself presided at a new hearing – and was gracious enough to release them without punishment when they reversed the verdict. (What a mad psychopath and despot!! My remarks).

History has it that James was also a great coward. On January 7, 1591, the king was in Edinburgh and emerged from the toll booth. A retinue followed that included the Duke of Lennox and Lord Hume. They fell into an argument with the laird of Logie and pulled their swords. James looked behind, saw the steel flashing, and fled into the nearest refuge which turned out to be a skinner’s booth. There to his shame, he “fouled his breeches in fear”.

In short, King James 1 was the kind of despicable creature honorable men loathed, Christians would not associate with, and the Bible itself orders to be put to death (Leviticus 20:13). Knowing what King James was, we can easily discern his motives.

James ascended the English throne in 1603, He wasted no time in ordering a new edition of the Bible in order to deny the common people the marginal notes they so valued in the Geneva Bible. That James 1 wasn’t going to have any marginal notes to annoy him and lead English citizens away from what he wanted them to think is a matter of public record. In an account corrected with his own hand February 10, 1604, he ordained:

1. The ordinary Bible read in the church, commonly called the Bishop’s Bible to be followed and as little altered as the truth of the original will permit.

2. Or, since the common people preferred the Geneva Bible to the existing government publication, let’s see if we can slip a superseding government publication onto their bookshelves, altered as little as possible.

3. The old Ecclesiastical words to be kept, viz. the word “church” not to be translated “congregation”, etc.

4. That is, if a word should be translated a certain way, let’s deliberately mistranslate it to make the people think God still belongs to the Anglican Church – exclusively.

5. No marginal notes at all to be affixed, but only for the explanation of the Hebrew or Greek words, which cannot without some circumlocution, so briefly and fitly be expressed in the text.”

So far, from the website of gospelassemblyfree.com’s writings on the subject, which I found to publish here to you.

Enlightening words indeed, don’t you think? Especially to those of you who have – in lack of better knowledge – sworn faithfulness to the KJV Bible.

Well, now is the time to change that false and faulty mind, I believe that most of you people were in ‘good faith’ and that you are sincere enough to entirely reverse your KJV beliefs, as of now!

But hey, we are not quite finished yet, there is more to this. I mentioned the 10 minute video on this subject (mostly the Masonic issues), but before you see it, please consider the following:


As soon as a human being is involved by making translations from Greek/Hebrew so the Bible may be understood in the nation receiving it, error is bound to appear. Except the men used by God and spiritually equipped to do such a serious job – they had the special guidance of the Holy Spirit in their lives. No such ministers have been on earth since the days of the apostles.

Wrong conclusions of many Bible passages can be found in abundance. I am going to use a few examples to make my point. Luckily, it is so that often one passage can explain another one, making clear what exactly certain passages are talking about.

The reason I so chose to pick especially on the KJV Bible and its publisher, is that there are ‘red hot fanatics’ out there, calling all other translations for false or ‘not of God’. Fanaticism never leads up to anything good. They actually think that KJV Bible is a fully inspired Word of God. But history goes to show (see the video) that is has been altered many times over the years. But I repeat: all translations are in error – they are not translated under special Holy Spirit inspiration and guidance as it were with the apostles and their close associates.

Misunderstood passages will have people believe that, for instance, the ‘mark of the beast’ in Rev. 13, shall be put on all people in all the world! But the genuine meaning in the passage is simply saying that the mark of the beast shall be put on ALL THE CITIZENS OF THE NATION (ISRAEL)…since also the tribulation-period is upon them, and NOT upon the entire world. Great difference! The Greek word ‘kosmos’ can only be translated in context to what is already up in the topic, namely the Great Tribulation in Israel in the endtimes. Kosmos can mean ‘All the world’ if the context points to it. And it can mean ‘the nation’ or ‘the land’. Anti-Christ, Paul says, shall enter the temple in Jerusalem and claiming to be God, Messiah of Israel…so there is no doubt that the scene of the tribulation is Israel and not the nations outside it.


I will quote a well-known passage from KJV compared with the NIV version, and the passages are very similar. They say the very same. It concerns the so-called ‘Great Commission’ found in Matt 28:19, 20.

“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:
Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

The lacking and shallow translation of the passage in KJV and in NIV – as well as in many other Bibles lead people to think that the Great Commission was a task which Jesus commanded His apostles to preach all over this world, globally.

‘Make disciples of all nations’ are such words that can lead the reader astray in regard to what Jesus really talked about.

Jesus Himself had several times earlier in His earthly ministry, told people in Israel, that He – quote:

“..was not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel” Matt. 15:24.

NIV: “I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel.” Matt. 15:24.

So, if He was sent by His Father to preach to Israel ONLY, how come He supposedly sent His apostles out into all the world – thus breaking that ‘Israel-only’ policy? The words quoted were what He answered the gentile woman with the sick daughter. And the context was: He had angry Pharisees at the scene listening and trying to get to Him, and Jesus used the woman to slap these evil leaders in the face spiritually, healing a gentile woman who was considered by their false doctrine, to be nothing but a dog! Jesus even gave the woman a good attest: You have great faith! (Knowing of course, that the Pharisees had NO FAITH at all).

What the passage in Matt. 28:19, 20 should have read regarding teaching and baptizing the nations, is something like this:

“Therefore, go and make disciples of Jews in Israel from all the nations…”


Because Jesus and God His Father had foreknowledge of the near future situation that would arise in Jerusalem in the Feast of the Weeks, the Pentecost as described in Acts 2, especially verses 5 to 11.

I can guarantee you that Jesus did NOT command His apostles to go into all the world at that stage in history.

God was offering Israel only, to have the New Covenant and Jesus to come back establishing the millennial kingdom in their life-time! Jeremiah prophesied that a new covenant would be offered to ‘Israel’s house and the house of Juda’ Jer. 31:31-34. That covenant was not to be offered to the whole world! It had nothing to do with us gentiles, and everything to do with Israel and the Jews, and their few proselytes.

Acts 2:5-11 gives us the scenario and situation that would function as a flying start for the Great Commission – as these ‘nations’ mentioned were all present there at Jerusalem in the time of the feast, – as goes:

KJV – “And there were dwelling at Jerusalem JEWS, devout men, OUT OF EVERY NATION UNDER HEAVEN. 6: Now when this was noised abroad, the multitude came together, and were confounded, because that every man heard them (the apostles) speak in his own language. 7:And they were all amazed and marveled, saying one to another, Behold, are not all these which speak Galilaeans? 8: And how hear we every man in our own tongue, wherein we were born? 9: Parthians, and Medes, and Elamites, and the dwellers in Mesopotamia, and in Judea, and Cappadocia, in Pontus, and Asia, 10: Phrygia, and Pamphylia, in Egypt, and in the parts of Libya about Cyrene, and strangers of Rome, Jews and proselytes, 11: Cretes and Arabians, we do hear them speak in our tongues the wonderful works of God.”

This was what Jesus gave them the Great Commission for, to meet these Jewish participants who had come from all the existing nations at that time, to celebrate the feasts, the Passover and the Pentecost mainly. Those multitudes were the audience listening to Peter’s speech in Acts 2:14-41 concluding the result of that marvelous happening at Pentecost: About 3000 souls repented and believed on Jesus Christ as Israel’s Messiah king and were baptized. From there – as we find in Acts – Peter and the eleven carried on their preaching to Israel only.

Nowhere in N.T. regardless of which Bible versions, can we find any clue telling us that the 12 apostles with Peter in the lead, ever went out into all the global world…to fulfill the Great Commission. On the contrary!

In Acts 10 and 11 we learn that God had to persuade Peter by giving him visions, so he would dare go to gentiles with the message. And after having done so, he was met by his fellow apostles in Jerusalem/Judea, accusing him to have dined with gentiles (those in Cornelius’ house) which was a forbidden thing to a Jew. Peter thus proves to us the truth of him NEVER having been told by the Lord to go out into all the world (with its gentile nations) with the message. This was 8 or 9 years after the happening in Acts 2 and the Pentecost feast. Some Christian denominations think that Peter made an error in not going to any gentiles until the visions given him in Acts 10:11-16. But this is not so.

The reactions of his fellow apostles in Acts 11:18 says straight forward that gentiles into the congregation had not happened earlier – they had no such doctrine or command from Christ, but they nevertheless accepted Peter’s explanation of the incident at Cornelius’ house, and said:

“And they glorified God saying, Then God has also granted to the Gentiles repentance unto life.”

These were of course proselytes from then on, and did in no way represent the entire world as if now Gentiles were given freely – anywhere – the kingdom-salvation with the New Covenant.

When reading on in Acts, we find that Peter and his colleagues did NOT go out into all the world, since now God had granted those souls in Cornelius’ circles salvation. He just kept on with his original ministry, to go to the circumcised, the Jews inside Israel’s borders.

Peter and the 11 were commissioned only to go to Israel’s Jewish people, and NOT into all the world. The Bibles are translated very shallowly and lacking when we so easily see so many Christians totally misunderstanding the Word of God.

When we read Mark 16:20 we clearly are told that the twelve HAD FULFILLED the Great Commision – without ever having gone outside of Israel’s land into the Roman Provinces abroad:

Using Amplified: “And they went out and preached everywhere, while the Lord kept working with them confirming the message by the attesting signs and miracles that closely accompanied (it). Amen (so be it).”
Paul taught of Peter’s ministry and his special task given him by the Lord, in Gal. 2:7, 8, saying of Peter:
“…as Peter had been entrusted (to proclaim) the Gospel to the circumcised (Jews, they were agreeable)…”.
Paul pointed to himself as the one who was sent to the uncircumcised, and as opposed to Peter: He should only go the Jews, in Israel, the circumcised.

So there is no doubt that these are indisputable facts and easily found by reading and comparing passages, in spite of poor translation work.

Christianity suffers badly from not really having seen that the times with Peter and the eleven was only regarding Israel as God’s nation, being offered the kingdom-gospel of the New Covenant so that Jesus could come back in their life-time establishing that millennial kingdom. This Gospel of the kingdom IS NOT OURS, THE CHURCH’ GOSPEL. We have our grace-gospel from Paul and him first been given the revelation of the Mystery as in Eph. 3:1-9. This was hidden in God up until Israel fell away from God in Acts 28:25-28 as Paul confronted them in 60-62 AD. Peter was never trusted or given any task with preaching the grace-gospel. He only taught Jews in Israel the kingdom-gospel and had Jews baptized.

Paul also went with the kingdom-gospel the first years, only outside of Israel mainly, until his arrival in Rome and at the end of his 2 years stay there. He called this Gospel for, quote:

So now we are bringing you the good news (Gospel) that what God promised to our forefathers.” Acts 13:32, Amplified Bible.

This video below will show you very clearly that KJV Bible in regard to being supposedly the perfect Word of God, is a false concept. KJV is strewn with errors, and even the original cover image then used, shows us typical Freemason symbols and occult signs, like the image here.

Freemason-on-KJV bible original