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  2. For me, and I've been thinking a lot about this since 9-11-2001 as I was being handed the Keys to the Sonnets Pyramid live on television. A 400 years old Freemason plan? Huh? That day and year are strongly emphasized in Bacon's Sonnets. Line 2001 is the final Line of the first 13 Tiers. Is that not curious? Line 2002 begins Sonnet 144. Remember 144 is the Simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON. Compare with the pyramid on the Dollar bill and the 14th Tier beginning with Sonnet 144 is the "Floating Capstone". The EYE in the middle of that? Don't get me started. Bacon, with some Tables given to him from Dee, and help from some friends, designed a plan for whatever their purpose was. The New Atlantis is a vision of that plan,. They put real work into manifesting something perfect for all mankind. The dates are in the design created 400 years ago. We are living in the design. I think we are very near the moment that Bacon gets his due. But who knows, it may be 2155 when we are in the last line of the Sonnets. If we as a species live that long. I'm hoping and betting on 2026. To me, it is all about timing or it just won't work. We are impatient, yet we need to do our work as we are the voices and sparkles that lay the groundwork for everything else that happens. Exciting to be a part of, hope we all live to see the day.
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  4. All hail the Phoenixes. I am only up to page 13 of your latest paper, "The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript", so I'll reserve my comments for now, other than to say that the introduction alone is a masterpiece of academic research and rebuttal of "the Stratfordian Machine". Single-handed, you take on each of the leading authorities (gate keepers) head on one by one, leaving them bruised and bleeding in the dust. At the same time, you raise uncomfortable questions regarding Spedding and Bruce's roles in the discovery of the original documents which I have yet to grasp. So in awe of the depth of your research, I even suspected there was a hidden message in the "Latin" text in top right corner of the (bogus) newspaper announcement, which or course there isn't. You have excelled yourselves yet again. Astonishing, to say the least.
  5. Yes, but perhaps I have not understood you correctly when you refer to a Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood , which sounds very like Mrs Pott's Secret Society of Francis St. Alban. The inference this suggests to me is of a positive suppression of Bacon's true stature within a negative suppression of Bacon's true stature. In other words, what seems to be on the surface a worldwide intellectual and financial investment in maintaining the myth of Shakespearean authorship is actually assisted or controlled by an invisible organisation which is essentially pro-Bacon, founder of esoteric teachings known as Rosicrucianism and author of the Plays - for what purpose it is hard to imagine.
  6. Hi Eric, I think there are grounds for thinking it might have something to do with the Folger! And no, you are not being paranoid! The Stratfordian Machine have been suppressing evidence relating to FB's authorship of the Shakespeare works on a massive industrial scale for centuries!
  7. Here is one example of misrepresentation of the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript: https://politicworm.com/oxford-shakespeare/the-big-six-candidates/oxford-versus-bacon/bacon-nashe-and-the-northumberland-manuscript/ "As the Baconians point out, it’s ignored by mainstream Shakespeare scholars, though less because it points to Bacon as Shakespeare (it doesn’t) than simply because they don’t know what to make of it." What a load of B.S. The Phoenix team have demolished this deception once and for all. Academia is gradually making room for the authorship debate: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/news-and-events/news/articles/First-masters-degree-to-study-the-authorship-of-Shakespeares-plays https://www.coursera.org/learn/shakespeare Thank the Lord and Lawrence for sir bacon.org!
  8. "The whole question of "reservations" is curious, and tends to confirm the conviction that Baconian literature, documents, and relics of every kind are still controlled by the Secret Society of Francis St. Alban." Mrs Pott - https://sirbacon.org/links/pott.html Anything to do with the Folger ?????????????!!! Or am I just paranoid?
  9. Ceramic floor tile: Sir Nicholas Bacon https://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/delftware-tiles Paper marbling used in book binding: Francis Bacon was aware of what is still referred to as "Turkish Marbling" long before the technique became established in England. https://www.vam.ac.uk/blog/museum-life/divers-oiled-colours-exploring-the-history-of-marbled-paper-in-the-national-art-library
  10. If that is the Truth, which is easy for me to believe, then I'd suggest there is a day in the future already known to them when all Will be revealed.
  11. 150 Years of Systematic Suppression & Misrepresentation #TheBacon-ShakespeareManuscript #ShakespeareAuthorship #FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #NorthumberlandManuscript #RichardII #RichardIII
  12. The Discovery of The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript at Northumberland House, London. #TheBacon-ShakespeareManuscript #ShakespeareAuthorship #FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #NorthumberlandManuscript #RichardII #RichardIII
  13. THE BACON-SHAKESPEARE MANUSCRIPT In 1867 an astounding Elizabethan document (c. 1596) was discovered at Northumberland House in London. It should have had the most extraordinary impact on the literary world as it reveals the true author of the Shakespeare works. Instead it was misleadingly named The Northumberland Manuscript and quietly either ignored or misrepresented for over 150 years. Why? The manuscript belonging to Francis Bacon contains copies of his early writings and originally his Shakespeare plays Richard II and Richard III. The contents page reveals explosive information. The names of both Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare are scribbled repeatedly all over its outer cover. This is the only contemporary Elizabethan document in the world that features both the names of Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare. Why then is it not the most famous document in the world? Because the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript contains a world changing truth. . . Francis Bacon is Shakespeare. For the full story about ‘The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript’ see: PAPER: https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research VIDEO: https://youtu.be/QDn8gdBqnIM #TheBacon-ShakespeareManuscript #ShakespeareAuthorship #FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #NorthumberlandManuscript #RichardII #RichardIII
  14. Hi Lawrence, Thank you for your very kind and over-generous response and evaluation of our latest Baconian project The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript (hitherto known as The Northumberland Manuscript). We completely agree with you that the day the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript was discovered should have marked the end of the transparent charade that the illiterate/semi-illiterate William Shakspere of Stratford was the author of the greatest literature in the history of humankind and that he was nothing more than a literary mask for the incomparable philosopher-poet Francis Bacon. For anyone familiar with the mountainous overwhelming and irrefutable evidence that FB is the author of the Shakespeare works have no doubt asked themselves and have many times been asked by others why is the rest of the sleepy foolish world still ignorant of the fact. The answer to this simple question is easily stated. Leaving aside the fact that FB's secret life and writings have always been and still are jealously guarded over by his Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood would anybody but a total simpleton believe for a nano-second that the Stratfordian/Shakespeare Industry estimated to generate around one Billion pounds a year in revenue (supported by the spineless and/or deluded schoolmen) would in the face of the Truth throw up their hands and accept it. Obviously, for anyone who knows anything about human nature the idea of it is simply laughable. The Truth about FB's secret life and writings will be revealed to the world when and only when his Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood decide to reveal it. We and our fellow Baconian travellers look forward to the day!
  15. Pure Greatness by the A. Phoenix team in illustration and delivery of the history and facts surrounding The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript (formerly known as The Northumberland Manuscript) The authorship issue was over the day this manuscript was discovered in August of 1867, but the outcome was not the desired outcome for those in the marketplace where tradition, greed, distortion and cognitive dissonance show up as a priority over truth. Not knowing the truth makes you ignorant, not wanting to know the truth is what makes you stupid. Anyone who loves Shakespeare should enjoy the trailer, the video, and the meticulous Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript PDF essay with over 500 footnotes of references. Another tremendous achievement by the A.Phoenix team in bringing Light to Truth. With Gratitude, THANK YOU
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  17. Just watched the video a little while ago. VERY exciting! So much new Knowledge for me. I've been aware of the The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript many years, by another name, and never thought about it more than the image we see. I have known it is important, but now am blown away! The surprises have me thrilled! EDIT: I skipped the Trailer and watched the full "The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript Part 1" video (below) first. Now I saw the Trailer and it is good! But do not confuse the two, the full video is about 50 minutes long full of information.
  18. Fascinating video, Eric! Thanks for sharing
  19. We have just completed a paper on The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript (formerly known as The Northumberland Manuscript) along with a video (Part 1), a synopsis, a one minute trailer, and for fun how it should have been reported, but wasn't! FOR THE FULL STORY ABOUT ‘THE BACON-SHAKESPEARE MANUSCRIPT’ see: PAPER: https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research VIDEO: https://youtu.be/QDn8gdBqnIM NORTH TRAILER.mp4 NORTHUMBERLAND MS SYNOPSIS.pdf
  20. Hi Eric, I am not aware that FB carried a sword and considering his Incomparable Grand Philosophical Mind I have never imagined him doing so in everyday life but of course he might very well have been required to carry a ceremonial sword on various state and/or royal occassions.
  21. Did Francis carry a sword, ceremonial or otherwise? None of the other pictures show him as being armed with a weapon.
  22. Hi Eric and Rob, I assume one of the reasons for the discrepancy and confusion surrounding Essex's date of birth originates from the secrecy surrounding it and not to mention all the lies and charades relating to the royal births of Essex and FB which still continues to the present day.
  23. Hi Eric, Brilliant sleuthing and in such a short amount of time! Great to see the original painting. Thank you for all the other all information and commentary. We concur with your provisional opinion-a definite maybe!
  24. Francis Bacon, The Tempest & the Creating of New Worlds #FrancisBacon #Prospero #Shakespeare #ShakespeareAuthorship #TheTempest #Rosicrucians #Freemasons #NewWorld #America #NewAtlantis #Republicanism #ProfessorJordan
  25. Francis Bacon, Prospero & The Tempest #FrancisBacon #Prospero #Shakespeare #ShakespeareAuthorship #TheTempest #Rosicrucians #Freemasons #NewWorld #America #NewAtlantis #Republicanism
  26. Francis Bacon & Cymbeline #ProfessorWayne #Cymbeline #FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #ShakespeareAuthorship
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