In 1609, King James gathered all the biblical references of his time and the best writers to create a version of the Bible to be dedicated to him and his vision. The writers were not allowed to take credit for their work but like any talented creative person would do, they found ways to hide their signature within their work. William Shakespeare was one of those writers. He wrote Psalms 46. If you go to Psalms 46 in the King James version of the Bible and count 46 words from the beginning, you will find the word “shake”. Count 46 words backwards from the end and you will find the word “spear”. No coincidence. Forward this to your conscious friends. Download Psalms 46 and see it for yourself.  — Guru6