Gest dłoni wskazuje na masywną, satanistyczną konspirację

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1 listopada 2015 - autor: G

Poniżej lista politycznych i kulturowych liderów z okresu ponad pięciuset lat, którzy na swych oficjalnych portretach pokazywali gest dłoni liter M i W, symbolizujący 666 z trzech V. Litera V to „waw” w hebrajskim i jest szóstą literą alfabetu. Jak to możliwe, że ludzie żyjący wieki przed, mogliby pokazywać ten sam masoński gest dłonią? Gest ten pozwala satanistom rozpoznawać się nawzajem i pokazywać wierność Lucyferowi.u1dgh4ydChociaż pochodzi to z żydowskiej kabały, rozprzestrzeniło się to na liderów-gojów, włączając w to rodziny królewskie, autorów, naukowców i liderów religijnych.

Tragiczna historia ludzkości pochodzi z faktu, że ludzie są satanistycznie owładnięci. Każdy mógłby opisać dokładną historię Europy tylko poprzez poznawanie tych osób i ich ról. Większość z nich pasuje do długoterminowej, kabalistycznej konspiracji zdegenerowania i zniewolenia ludzkości.

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Alfonso V of Aragon

Alfonso V of Aragon 1396-1458

Renaissance King of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica & Sicily

Giovanni Pico della Mirandola

Giovanni Pico della Mirandola 1463-1494

Renaissance philosopher, studied the Hebrew Kabbalah. Related to Este, Sforza & Gonzaga

Edward Montagu

Edward Montagu 1485-1557

Ancestor of the Dukes of Montagu & Manchester and the Earls of Sandwich

Ignatius of Loyola

Ignatius of Loyola 1491-1556

Marrano Jew, founded the Society of Jesus. Religious leader during Counter-Reformation

Charles V

Charles V 1500-1558

Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor & King of Spain, oversaw Americas colonization

William Grey

William Grey 1509-1562

Baron Grey de Wilton, military commander serving in France under the Earl of Bedford

Giulia Gonzaga

Giulia Gonzaga 1513-1566

Italian oligarch of the Renaissance, wife of Vespasiano Colonna Duke of Traetto

Catherine de' Medici

Catherine de’ Medici 1519-1589

Queen consort of France as wife of King Henry II of France

Eleanor of Toledo

Eleanor of Toledo 1522-1562

Daughter of Duke of Alba, wife of Cosimo de’ Medici, mother of Dukes of Tuscany

Richard Bingham

Richard Bingham 1528-1599

English soldier & naval commander during the Tudor conquest of Ireland

Elizabeth I

Elizabeth I 1533-1603

Queen of England, established Church of England’s independence from Rome

Joanna of Austria

Joanna of Austria 1547-1578

Wife of Francesco I de’ Medici, mother of Marie de’ Medici

Henry of Navarre

Henry of Navarre 1553-1610

First monarch of the House of Bourbon in France. 1st Huguenot King

James I

James I 1566-1625

King of England, united the English, Scottish and Irish crowns

Karl I of Liechtenstein

Karl I of Liechtenstein 1569-1627

1st Prince of Liechtenstein, founder of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein

Josephus Coymans 1591-1677

Merchant from the rich International banking Coymans family of Antwerp

Anne of Austria

Elisabeth of France 1602-1644

Daughter of Henry of Navarre and Marie de’ Medici. 1st wife of King Philip IV of Spain

William Russell

William Russell 1616-1700

1st Duke of Bedford, carried the sceptre at the coronation of William III of Orange

John Evelyn

John Evelyn 1620-1706

English writer and diarist, co-founder of the Royal Society

Archibald Campbell

Archibald Campbell 1629-1685

Earl of Argyll, took part in the Monmouth rebellion, fellow of the Royal Society

Christopher Wren

Christopher Wren 1632-1723

Founder & president of the Royal Society, Freemason

Ralph Montagu

Ralph Montagu 1638-1709

1st Duke of Montagu, of the famous Montagu family

Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton 1642-1727

English intellectual, Royal Society, one of the most influential people in history

Jonathan Trelawny

Jonathan Trelawny 1650-1711

A British Bishop of Bristol, Exeter and Winchester. Supported William III

James Bertie

James Bertie 1653-1699

1st Earl of Abingdon, son of Montagu Bertie the 2nd Earl of Lindsey

Charles Montagu

Charles Montagu 1661-1715

Devised the establishment of the Bank of England. 1st First Lord of the Treasury

Sophia Dorothea of Hanover

Sophia Dorothea of Hanover 1666-1726

Wife and cousin of George I of Great Britain, and mother of George II

Frederick Augustus I

Frederick Augustus I 1670-1733

Elector of Saxony, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania

Spencer Compton

Spencer Compton 1673-1743

1st Earl of Wilmington, Prime Minister of Great Britain and 1st Lord of the Treasury

John Manners

John Manners 1676-1721

2nd Duke of Rutland, son of John Manners of the ‚Glorious Revolution’

James Craggs

James Craggs 1686-1721

Acquaintance of King George I while in Hanover, accompanied him to England

John Wesley

John Wesley 1703-1791

Church of England cleric, founder of the Methodist movement

Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray 1716-1771

English poet, classical scholar and professor at Cambridge University

John Adams

John Adams 1735-1826

2nd President of the United States and negotiator of the peace treaty with U.K

Francis Asbury

Francis Asbury 1745-1816

1st bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States

Wolfgang von Goethe

Wolfgang von Goethe 1749-1832

German writer, served the duchy of Saxe-Weimar, member of the Illuminati

John Marshall

John Marshall 1755-1835

Chief Justice of the United States, developed the American legal system

Joseph Fesch

Joseph Fesch 1763-1839

French cardinal, closely associated with the family of Napoleon Bonaparte

Christian VIII of Denmark

Christian VIII of Denmark 1786-1848

King of Denmark and Norway of the House of Oldenburg

Miguel of Portugal

Miguel of Portugal 1802-1866

King of Portugal of the House of Braganza and Knight of the Order of Christ

Napoleon III

Napoleon III 1808-1873

1st President of the French Republic and Emperor of the French

Alexander III of Russia

Alexander III of Russia 1845-1894

Emperor of Russia of the House of Oldenburg from 1881 until his death in 1894

Marsilio Ficino

Marsilio Ficino 1433-1499

Philosopher, priest and homosexual of the early Italian Renaissance, worked for de’ Medici’s

Giles of Viterbo

Giles of Viterbo 1469-1532

Cardinal of Catholic Church. Studied the Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism

Catherine of Aragon

Catherine of Aragon 1485-1536

1st wife of King Henry VIII of England, sparked England’s break from Rome

Clarice de' Medici

Clarice de’ Medici 1493-1528

Granddaughter of Lorenzo de’ Medici. Educated Catherine, the future Queen of France

Ferdinand I

Ferdinand I 1503-1564

Holy Roman Emperor, Habsburg, supported the Society of Jesus

Francis Borgia

Francis Borgia 1510-1572

4th Duke of Gandia, third Superior General of the Society of Jesus

Philip Neri

Philip Neri 1515-1595

Italian priest, worked for the de’ Medici family and supported Henry of Navarre

Cosimo I de' Medici

Cosimo I de’ Medici 1519-1574

Duke of Florence, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Restored power in Florence

James Douglas

James Douglas 1525-1581

4th Earl of Morton and regent of Scotland, supported the Reformation

Maria of Spain

Maria of Spain 1528-1603

Daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I & wife of Maximilian II

Edward VI

Edward VI 1537-1553

King of England, educated by his fathers sixth wife Catherine Parr like his sister

Miguel de Cervantes

Miguel de Cervantes 1547-1616

Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright. Jewish Marrano and educated by the Jesuits

Cesar de Nostredame

Cesar de Nostredame 1553-1629

Son of French astrologer and occultist Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus)

Francis de Sales

Francis de Sales 1567-1622

Saint in the Roman Catholic Church. Protestant sympathiser, educated by Jesuits

Robert Fludd

Robert Fludd 1574-1637

English occultist, astrologer, mathematician and Hermetic writer

Isaac Commelin 1598-1676

Dutch historian for the Orange family and the Dutch East India company

John Berkeley

Carel Reyniersz 1604-1653

Dutch Admiral and merchant. Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies

Johan van Riebeeck

Johan van Riebeeck 1619-1677

Dutch East India Company colonial administrator & founder of Cape Town

Johan de Witt

Johan de Witt 1625-1672

Grand Pensionary of Holland, tutored a young William III of Orange

Christiaan Huygens

Christiaan Huygens 1629-1695

Dutch mathematician. Founder of modern Calculus, Royal Society

Gaspar Fagel

Gaspar Fagel 1634-1688

Grand Pensionary of Holland, tutored and supported William III of Orange

William Cavendish

William Cavendish 1640-1707

1st Duke of Devonshire, strong supporter of the Glorious Revolution & William III

Henry Darnall

Henry Darnall 1645-1711

Proprietary Agent of Baron Baltimore. Granddad of Charles Carroll of Carrollton

William III

William III 1650-1702

King of England, Prince of Orange. Came to power after the „Glorious Revolution”

George Churchill

George Churchill 1654-1710

Younger brother of the Duke of Marlborough. Supported William III

Joseph Sabine

Joseph Sabine 1661-1739

General in 9 Years’ War, War of Spanish Succession & Jacobite Rebellion

George Delaval

George Delaval 1667-1723

English naval admiral and diplomat. Fought in the War of the Spanish Succession

Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison 1672-1719

English playwright and poet, worked for John Somers and Charles Montagu

Charles Townshend

Charles Townshend 1674-1738

2nd Viscount Townshend, Secretary of State, Fellow of the Royal Society

John Campbell

John Campbell 1678-1743

2nd Duke of Argyll, Scottish soldier, helped secure Hanoverian succession

Thomas Pelham-Holles

Thomas Pelham-Holles 1693-1768

1st Duke of Newcastle, Prime Minister of Great Britain & Secretary of State

Frederick, Prince of Wales

Frederick, Prince of Wales 1707-1751

Duke of Edinburgh, eldest son of George II and father of George III

Christopher Smart

Christopher Smart 1722-1771

English poet, notorious member of the Freemasons and Masonic author

Josias of Saxe-Coburg

Josias of Saxe-Coburg 1737-1815

Austrian general and Lieutenant Field Marshal in the Seven Years’ War

Tadeusz Kościuszko

Tadeusz Kościuszko 1746-1818

Polish-Lithuanian aristocrat and general in the American Revolutionary War

Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies

Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies 1751-1825

King of Naples & Sicily, of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies

Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton 1755-1804

1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, founded U.S. Mint & 1st National Bank

Ferdinand III

Ferdinand III 1769-1824

Grand Duke of Tuscany of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine

Robert Peel

Robert Peel 1788-1850

Prime Minister of the U.K, created the modern concept of the police force

Sophie of Bavaria

Sophie of Bavaria 1805-1872

Mother of Franz Joseph Emperor of Austria & Maximilian Emperor of Mexico

Otto of Greece

Otto of Greece 1815-1867

First modern King of Greece under the protection of the U.K, France and Russia

Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt 1858-1919

President of the United States, Freemason, imperialist

Lorenzo de' Medici

Lorenzo de’ Medici 1449-1492

One of the wealthiest men in Europe, patron of Marsilio Ficino & Giovanni Pico della Mirandola

Alfonso I d'Este

Alfonso I d’Este 1476-1534

Duke of Ferrara, of the House of Este during the Italian Wars

Archibald Douglas

Archibald Douglas 1489-1557

Scottish Earl of Angus, ally of Henry VIII, consolidated the Douglas families power

Francis I

Francis I 1494-1547

France’s first renaissance monarch. Gave rise to the Protestant Reformation

Isabella of Portugal

Isabella of Portugal 1503-1539

Holy Roman Empress, wife of Charles V, daughter of Manuel I of Portugal

James V of Scotland

James V of Scotland 1512-1542

King of Scotland, raised by Archibald Douglas Earl of Angus, ally of Francis I

Nicholas Throckmorton

Nicholas Throckmorton 1515-1571

Royal diplomat, worked for Elizabeth I, supported Reformation

William Cecil

William Cecil 1521-1598

Baron Burghley, chief advisor of Queen Elizabeth I, founder of the Cecil dynasty

Philip II

Philip II 1527-1598

King of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily of the House of Habsburg

Robert Dudley

Robert Dudley 1532-1588

Earl of Leicester of the famous Dudley family. English diplomat

Francis Drake

Francis Drake 1540-1596

English sea captain and slave trader. Provoked the Spanish Armada

Ferdinando I de' Medici

Ferdinando I de’ Medici 1549-1609

Grand Duke of Tuscany, gained great wealth through Medici banks

Walter Raleigh

Walter Raleigh 1554-1618

English Protestant aristocrat, explorer and populariser of tobacco in England

Maurice of Nassau

Maurice of Nassau 1567-1625

Stadtholder, Prince of Orange, foremost general of the 80 years war

Philip III

Philip III 1578-1621

Habsburg King of Spain & Portugal. Married his cousin

Anne of Austria 1601-1666

Queen of France, mother of Louis XIV of France & Philippe I Duke of Orleans

John Milton

John Milton 1608-1674

English poet, propagandist and official serving under Oliver Cromwell

Henry Oldenburg

Henry Oldenburg 1619-1677

Foremost spy in 17th century Europe, 1st Secretary of the Royal Society

Robert Boyle

Robert Boyle 1627-1691

Founder of modern Chemistry, Royal Society, son of 1st Earl of Cork

Arthur Capell

Arthur Capell 1631-1683

Earl of Essex, Protestant supporter of William III of Orange

William Douglas-Hamilton

William Douglas-Hamilton 1634-1694

Duke of Hamilton, granted the Scottish crown to William III of Orange

Philippe I of Orleans

Philippe I of Orleans 1640-1701

Founder of House of Orleans, ancestor of most modern-day Catholic royalty

John Cecil

John Cecil 1648-1700

Earl of Exeter, known as Lord Burghley, supported William III of Orange

William Randolph

William Randolph 1650-1721

Colonist, ancestor of Thomas Jefferson and Cheif Justice John Marshall

James Blair

James Blair 1656-1743

Church of England missionary & founder of the College of William & Mary

Simon Harcourt

Simon Harcourt 1661-1727

1st Viscount Harcourt, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. Arranged the union with Scotland

Samuel Vetch

Samuel Vetch 1668-1732

Protestant colonial governor of Nova Scotia, involved in Monmouth Rebellion

Charles Lennox

Charles Lennox 1672-1723

1st Duke of Richmond, illegitimate son of King Charles II and a Freemason

Richard Temple

Richard Temple 1675-1749

1st Viscount Cobham, British soldier, political mentor to the young William Pitt

George II

George II 1683-1760

King of Great Britain and Ireland, gave rise to British government power

Henry Pelham

Henry Pelham 1694-1754

Prime Minister of Great Britain & Chancellor of the Exchequer

Robert Livingston

Robert Livingston 1708-1790

3rd Lord of Livingston Manor, grandson of Robert Livingston the Elder

Emmanuel de Rohan-Polduc

Emmanuel de Rohan-Polduc 1725-1797

70th Prince and Grand Master of the Order of Malta from 1775 to 1797

George III

George III 1738-1820

King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Leopold II

Leopold II 1747-1792

Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary & Bohemia & Grand Duke of Tuscany

Maria Luisa of Parma

Maria Luisa of Parma 1751-1819

Queen consort of Spain & daughter of King Louis XV of the House of Bourbon

José Álvarez de Toledo

José Álvarez de Toledo 1756-1796

Duke of Medina Sidonia & Alba de Tormes, husband of the Duchess of Alba

Augustus of Saxe-Gotha

Augustus of Saxe-Gotha 1772-1822

Duke of Saxe-Gotha, grandfather of Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria

Pope Pius IX

Pope Pius IX 1792-1878

Longest reigning Pope in history, centralized the Church in the Vatican

Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith 1805-1844

American religious leader and the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement

Pedro II of Brazil

Pedro II of Brazil 1825-1891

Emperor of Brazil, reigned for over 58 years, Grand Master of Order of Christ

Wilhelm II

Wilhelm II 1859-1941

Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia, grandson of Queen Victoria

Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus 1451-1506

Marrano Jewish explorer, aided by Marranos Louis de Santangel and Antonio de Marchena

Martin Luther

Martin Luther 1483-1546

Initiated the Protestant Reformation, funded by Frederick III of Saxony of the House of Wettin

Vittoria Colonna

Vittoria Colonna 1490-1547

Italian Protestant, daughter of Fabrizio Colonna of the powerful Colonna family

Eleanor of Austria

Eleanor of Austria 1498-1558

Habsburg Infanta of Castile, wife of Manuel I of Portugal & Francis I of France

Gemma Frisius

Gemma Frisius 1508-1555

Dutch cartographer and philosopher, taught occultist John Dee at the University of Leuven

Catherine Parr

Catherine Parr 1512-1548

Protestant, Henry VIII’s sixth wife. Restored Elizabeth to line of succession

James Hamilton

James Hamilton 1516-1575

Earl of Arran, great grandson of James II of Scotland. Supported Reformation

Christina of Denmark

Christina of Denmark 1521-1590

Queen of Denmark, Norway & Sweden, wife of Francesco II Sforza, Duke of Milan

Maximilian II

Maximilian II 1527-1576

Holy Roman Emperor, member of the House of Habsburg

John Hawkins

John Hawkins 1532-1595

Shipbuilder, naval commander and slave trader. 2nd cousin of Francis Drake

Francesco I de' Medici

Francesco I de’ Medici 1541-1587

Grand Duke of Tuscany, continued the heavy taxation of his subjects

Francesco della Rovere

Francesco della Rovere 1549-1631

Duke of Urbino, related to Este, de’ Medici and Farnese dynasties

Philip Sidney

Philip Sidney 1554-1586

English Poet and soldier, nephew of Robert Dudley

Gerard Reynst

Gerard Reynst 1568-1615

A founder of the Dutch East India Company, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies

Hendrik Brouwer

Hendrik Brouwer 1581-1643

Dutch East India Company colonial administrator in Japan & Dutch East Indies

John Berkeley 1602-1678

Wealthy English royalist soldier, brother of William Berkeley governor of Virginia

Richard Boyle

Richard Boyle 1612-1698

2nd Earl of Cork, Lord High Treasurer of Ireland like his millionaire father

Rupert of the Rhine

Rupert of the Rhine 1619-1682

Duke of Bavaria & Cumberland. 1st Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company

Henry Howard

Henry Howard 1628-1684

Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal, gave his library to the Royal Society

Cyril Wyche

Cyril Wyche 1632-1707

Lawyer & politician, original member of the Royal Society

Charles Calvert

Charles Calvert 1637-1715

3rd Baron Baltimore & Proprietary Governor of Maryland

Henry de Nassau

Henry de Nassau 1640-1708

Lord Overkirk, son of Maurice of Nassau and 2nd cousin of King William III of England

James Scott

James Scott 1649-1685

Duke of Monmouth, illegitimate son of Charles II, led the Monmouth Rebellion

John Somers

John Somers 1651-1716

Chief architect of English union with Scotland and the Protestant succession

Thomas Bruce

Thomas Bruce 1656-1741

2nd Earl of Ailesbury & 3rd Earl of Elgin, a Lord of the Royal Bedchamber

William Cowper

William Cowper 1665-1723

1st Earl Cowper, 1st Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, supported William III

Charles Beauclerk

Charles Beauclerk 1670-1726

1st Duke of St Albans, illegitimate son of King Charles II

William Cavendish

William Cavendish 1672-1729

2nd Duke of Devonshire, served as Lord President of the Council

Frederick I

Frederick I of Sweden 1676-1751

King of Sweden & Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, founder of the order of Seraphim

Charles VI

Charles VI 1685-1740

Holy Roman Emperor of the House of Habsburg. Father of Maria Theresa

William Cavendish

William Cavendish 1698-1755

3rd Duke of Devonshire, most recent common ancestor of Charles & Diana

George Whitefield

George Whitefield 1714-1770

English Anglican priest, active in the British North American colonies

Prince Hall

Prince Hall 1735-1807

Founder of “Black Freemasonry” or Prince Hall Freemasonry in the USA.

Joseph II

Joseph II 1741-1790

Holy Roman Emperor, first ruler of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine in Austria

Thomas Coke

Thomas Coke 1747-1814

Father of Methodist Missions, continued John Wesley’s work in America

Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac

Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac 1755-1841

French politician, member of the National Convention during the French Revolution

Horatio Nelson

Horatio Nelson 1758-1805

1st Viscount Nelson & 1st Duke of Bronte, British flag officer in Napoleonic Wars

Henry Vassall-Fox

Henry Vassall-Fox 1773-1840

3rd Baron Holland & Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Adolphe Thiers

Adolphe Thiers 1797-1877

French politician, Prime Minister & President of the French Republic

Giuseppe Garibaldi

Giuseppe Garibaldi 1807-1882

Italian revolutionary & Freemason, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy

Edward VII

Edward VII 1841-1910

King of the United Kingdom, of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler 1889-1945

Leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, head of state of Germany

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5 thoughts on “Gest dłoni wskazuje na masywną, satanistyczną konspirację

  1. Kor pisze:

    Można prosić o dokładne wytłumaczenie tego gestu? Nie przypomina hebrajskiej litery vav, nie widzę też 666 ani M i W (co te litery znaczą?) przypomina już bardziej rogacza bez odgiętych palców.

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    • Girion pisze:

      M i W mają „w sobie” trzy V, a V to szósta litera alfabetu, w sensie to „waw”, czyli trzy szóstki – 666.

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      I teraz tutaj na dłoni:

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  2. Ripsonar pisze:

    Reblogged this on Ripsonar.

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  3. Kor pisze:

    Rozumiem, teraz widzę. Właśnie zacząłem uczyć się języka hebrajskiego i nijak nie mogłem dopasować jej do waw (ו – pozioma kreska, czasem lekko zagięta w lewo u góry, tak jak na puszce napoju Monster, gdzie występuje jako 666 [ ווו ]), ale jej odpowiednik w transliteracji angielskiej i w alfabecie łacińskim – litera v – jak najbardziej może być skojarzona z szóstką. Idąc tym tropem wyraźnie mamy 3 x v, raczej niż 3 x waw (ו) układające się w literę M. Ciekawy zbiór zdjęć!

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  4. Fujiwara pisze:

    Z artykułem się nie zgodzę w jednym punkcie:

    Król Jakub I & VI tu przedstawiony nie był masonem. Nie jestem pewien co do portretu ale z tego co mnie się wydaje został on przedstawiony długo po jego śmierci.

    Ów król był aktualnie ponownie narodzonym chrześcijaninem, który prześladował okultystów (polecam dzieło „Daemonologiae” które jest najwcześniejszym znanym mi dokumentem ukazującym działanie okultystów), nazywał papieża „Antychrystem” i był odpowiedzialny za wydanie najwierniejszego przekładu Biblii dzisiaj w obiegu, nazwanego z resztą jego imieniem (Biblią Króla Jakuba).

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