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Can I use this "lamp cord" style wire in a new junction box?

If by "can" you mean "in an electrical-code-compliant manner", then no, because what you have now is a code violation and always will be. All 120V wiring must use approved wiring ...
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NEC Code requirements for location of neutral and ground connections

I have one 20amp circuit that runs from the panel box to an accessible junction box in my attic via 12/2 romex. With only one circuit, it will be possible to splice all of the neutral wires. It is ...
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NEC Code requirements for location of neutral and ground connections

You might be better off if you use conduit between the junction box and the switch box. Instead of romex, run 8 or 9 individual wires: permanent hot, neutral, 6 switched hot and ground (unless you use ...
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NEC Code requirements for location of neutral and ground connections

Separate neutrals per circuit (in this context the "grounded circuit conductor" is another name for neutral): 200.4 Neutral Conductors. Neutral conductors shall be installed in accordance ...
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