related to Francis Bacon's life.
personal notebook The Promus
is one of the most important pieces of evidence linking Bacon
Verulamiani ("Shades of
Verulam") consists of 32 eulogies
written by his peers honoring Francis Bacon as a "supreme poet
& dramatist." Published in 1626.
The Man Who
Made Shakespeare & Stratford Famous
Edward Johnson's The
Shakespeare Quiz, or 99 Questions for the Stratfordians to
Shakespeare-Bacon essays of Mather
Insight into Timon
A Bond for
All the Ages: Sir Francis Bacon and John Dee,the Original
Northumberland manuscript is the
only Elizabethan document containing the names of both Bacon
and Shakespeare. By far the most interesting Shakespearean
document ever unearthed.
The Prince of
Purple and the Ten Links
Study: Francis Bacon and the
"Stages" of his Life
animated cartoon of Max Beerbohm entitled "Shakespeare, his
Method of Work."
letter by Mark Twain discussing his
research on the authorship of Shakespeare.
Twain's book Is Shakespeare Dead?
Shakespeare and Bacon
A song called
"Destiny" (about Francis Bacon) by Maryellen McCabe
Listen to a Rap
Song on Shakespeare
The Four Idols of
Francis Bacon by Manly P.
Bacon's visionary essay The New Atlantis
become a member of the Francis Bacon Society
On-Line: Dromenon Web Ring
Bacon Web Ring
Short biography of Peter
Dawkins, author of Francis Bacon:
The Herald of the New Age and other works.
and Gray's Inn.
Charts of Queen Elizabeth I and Francis Bacon
A view of
Twickenham Park where Bacon lived
and wrote some of his great works.
the Bacon family, and the eight Shakespeare
Gorhambury Theatre of Masques
Alfred Dodd's Biography
Cypher Chart by Alfred Dodd
How Bacon left his mark at the
of The Tempest
the Mysterious W.H.?
Karl Hollenbach's book Francis
Ben Jonson and
The title page
of Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queen.
The title page
of Henry VII
Article on a
manuscript in Bacon's handwriting of a scene similar to one in
about Francis Bacon
Find out about
the Cypher on the Shakespeare statue in Westminster
Francis Bacon and the
King James Bible from
10 Questions for
Discussion of the
Elizabethan mural(Venus & Adonis) of St.
Alban's by T. D.
on the 1986 Discovery of the St. Alban's
Point: A Debate with a Stratfordian
from a British Radio Show concerning
the Authorship Issue
Carr on Cervantes, England & Don
Carr on the legal links between Don Quixote and
Dr. R. Langdon-Down's article on
Don Quixote from
More on the
mystery of Don Quixote Authorship
Francis Carr's table showing
between Don Quixote and the works of Shakespeare and
Deborah Belle Forman's review
of Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum.
A 1916 New
York Times article on a judicial
decision that Francis Bacon was the true author of the
A new website www.BaconBooks.net
with special reference of the publication of Gustavus Selenus'
"Cryptomenytices et Cryptographia", portions of which are
already made available to the public. The primary purpose of
this site is to provide the world with working copies of every
book by Bacon, or attributed to Bacon. For those interested you
can join the email group which will focus on cryptography in
Fellows on Bacon & Shakespeare Cyphers
Authorship Analysis:Francis Bacon as Shakespeare
Leary's Website is an Excellent Overview on Cyphers and
Cryptography in Shakespeare
World Wide Web
e-mail someone a Shakespeare sonnet
Aldous Huxley on
Portrait with Bacon Portrait Superimposed
the Globe Theater. These four
Elizabethians have a hidden connection: Francis Bacon,
"Shakespeare," Queen Elizabeth and Cervantes. See an animation
of them morphing together. Click
here to see a version that will fit
on smaller screens.