• Considering the little idiot's deathly and ridiculous fear of witches I doubt it. He did write the "Daemonologie" which was an insane rant against witches et al.
  • He did write books against the occult.
  • 1) "In 1631 the printers of one edition of the King James Bible were fined the equivalent of a lifetime’s earning. Their crime consisted of leaving out one word of the biblical text. By omitting the word ‘not’ from the 7th commandment their edition read ‘You shall commit adultery.’ The 1631 edition of the KJV became known as ‘the wicked Bible.’ It is doubtful that such an omission would create so great a stir in our contemporary world as it did in the 1600’s." Source and further information: Some opponents accuse the KJV of the Bible to have some occult connections: "The KJV's occult, Luciferian and Cultic connections: The Mythological and Mysterious Unicorns in the KJV: The Unicorn is a legendary, one-horned animal found described in ancient and medieval literature. Although there is no evidence that such an animal ever lived, many people including the original translators King James Version believed in them. They are today STILL be found among the pages of this flawed translation of the Bible. The Pagan Mythological Animals Found Only in the KJV: Amazingly, the King James Version of the Bible (and only the KJV.) contains these imaginary pagan creatures, who are more deserving to be found in the Dungeons and Dragons role playing game than sacred scripture. The Pagan Zodiac was in the Original 1611 King James Version: The King James Version [past and present editions] has many examples Pagan symbolism. Dispelling the Myth's of the KJV Onlyists: A quick look at some of the modern Myths held by King James Version supporters. The "Fruits" of The King James Version: A Look at a few of the major the Cult's and Luciferians that use the KJV, as there Bible of choice. The King James Bible, Is the Masonic Bible of Choice: A look at the Masonic use of the KJV. "Graven Images" Of Pagan Origin: as were Found in The King James Version." Source and further information: "Open your King James Bible and weep. The title page reads: "King James Version - TO THE MOST HIGH AND MIGHTY PRINCE: JAMES." That should have been sufficient to burn the book. This was King James’ version, not Yahuweh’s. And the Most High and Mighty Prince was James, not Yahushua, not even Jesus." Source and further information: 2) Reginald Scott - "Discoverie of Witchcraft" (1584): "The penal code known as the Carolina (1532) decreed that sorcery throughout the German empire should be treated as a criminal offence, and if it purported to inflict injury upon any person the witch was to be burnt at the stake. In 1572 Augustus of Saxony imposed the penalty of burning for witchcraft of every kind, including simple fortunetelling. On the whole, greater activity in hunting down witches was shown in the Protestant districts of Germany than in the Catholic provinces. Striking examples are given by Janssen. In Osnabrück, in 1583, 121 persons were burned in three months. At Wolfenbuttenl in 1593 as many as ten witches were often burned in one day. It was not until 1563 that any effective resistance to the persecution began to be offered. This came first from a Protestant of Cleues, John Weyer, and other protests were shortly afterwards published in the same sense by Ewich and Witekind. On the other hand, Jean Bodin, a French Protestant lawyer, replied to Weyer in 1580 with much asperity, and in 1589 the Catholic Bishop Binsfeld and Father Delrio, a Jesuit, wrote on the same side, though Delrio wished to mitigate the severity of the witch trials and denounced the excessive use of torture. Bodin's book was answered amongst others by the Englishman Reginald Scott in his "Discoverie of Witchcraft" (1584), but this answer was ordered to be burned by James I, who replied to it in his "Daemonologie"." Source and further information: Further information: 3) King James Daemonology, here a description of some chapters: "CHAP. II. ARGV. What kyndie of sin the practizers of these vnlawfull artes committes. The division of these artes. And quhat are the meanes that allures any to practize them." "CHAP. III ARGV. The significations and Etymologies of the words of Magie and Necromancie. The difference betuixt Necromancie and Witch-craft: What are the entressis, and beginninges, that brings anie to the knowledge thereof." "CHAP. IIII. ARGV. The Description of the Rudiments and Schoole, which are the entresses to the arte of Magie: And in speciall the differences betwixt Astronomie and Astrologie: Diuision of Astrologie in diuers partes." "CHAP. V. ARGV. How farre the vsing of Charmes is lawfull or vnlawfull: The description of the formes of Circkles and Coniurationes. And what causeth the Magicianes themselues to wearie thereof." Source and further information:

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