In 1611, the 1st “Authorized” King James Bible was ready and published.
Unlike previous Protestant Bibles, the KJB had embedded within its translation the modern theology of the Roman Death Cult –the Vatican and Holy See — including the controversial references to “Virgin” Mary–the patron goddess also known as Cybele of the Vatican.
As historically proven by earlier copies of Greek scriptures from the time of the 1st formation of Christianity under Constantine, no references existed whatsoever for the complex theology of the Roman Death Cult such as the “Virgin” birth. Therefore, it is not possible that the scholarly teams that put together the King James Bible were using early Greek texts, unless they were handed forgeries, or somehow deliberately implanted Vatican doctrine into their text.
For all the skill and brilliant maneuvers of the King in his early reign, by 1612, James took it upon himself to become more personally involved in the running of his government, including a general disregard for hiding his openly homosexual affections towards young male company.
By 1620, James was happy for his son and heir Charles I to take a more active role in Government. By 1624, James health declined rapidly and he died in 1625, “converting” to Catholicism upon his death bed.