"I believe they are the 66 books of the KJB."
There are 80 books in the King James Bible, Authorised Version of 1611, AV1611. If your KJB has 66 books in it, it's probably the 1769 Oxford Press re-edited text.
@Glandu: "Out of curiosity, I did check : he's right, KJB has 66 books."
It does now (most versions), but the original 1611 version of the KJB also included the 14 books of the apocrypha, for a total of 80.
AV's got such a hard-on for the "authentic word-o'-God" 1611 version that he thinks that the language it is written in is the one God speaks; and yet the jerk-off is apparently unaware that he's not even reading the original 1611 text, but a much later reworking of it. It's fucking hilarious.
And for added hilarity, here is the actual verse AV quoted from an actual 1611 edition of the bible he thinks he is quoting it from.
Interestingly, verses 6-7 of Rev 20 read as follows, "Blessed & holy is he that hath part in ye first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be Priests of God, and of Christ, and shall reigne with him a thousand yeeres. And when the thousand yeeres are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison, And shall goe out to deceiue the nations which are in the foure quarters of the earth, Gog & Magog, to gather them together to battell: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea."
You know, I'm guessing AV's KJB doesn't quite read the same.
Just a speculation.