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  1. Friends, Romans and Baconians Rejoice! In the Part II Video of the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript Video the A. Phoenix team has provided a comprehensive and thorough history lesson that connects all the dots of the Contents of the Bacon Shakespeare Manuscript previously known as the Northumberland Manuscript. Thank You for elegantly presenting this important research in a new light. There is no doubt that the remains of this Manuscript is clear evidence that testifies to Francis Bacon's role as the secret Shakespeare playwright and Poet.
  2. 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
  3. Thanks Eric for the demolition job! The media tends to trot out speculations that could be factual when they are just that speculations just to grab your attention. This has been the general approach to all things related to the Authorship. They prefer to keep the "Controversy" on going giving life to the Four Idol speculators of the market place instead of getting it.
  4. https://www.expressandstar.com/news/nostalgia/2022/11/15/is-this-what-shakespeare-really-looked-like-the-only-portrait-painted-during-his-lifetime/
  5. I wrote to the publisher today to inquire about a PDF of Brian's Book. Will substitute in the biblio the 38page pdf link that we have. Best we can do for now. Archive.org only goes so far with the Irish Times link which I just checked. Thanks Christie for the heads up. We all have eternal appreciation for Brian and his writings.
  6. Thank You A. Phoenix Team : “If the enjoyment of happiness is a great good, the power of imparting it to others is greater.” – Francis Bacon
  7. From Mather Walker https://sirbacon.org/mgreatestbaconian.htm "Twain says we can be absolutely certain the man from Stratford did not write the Shakespeare Works, but as to the question whether Francis Bacon wrote we cannot say we know he wrote them when the evidence is not final and absolutely conclusive. HOWEVER, he then proceeds to demonstrate that in his opinion, Francis Bacon, and only Francis Bacon could have written them. He says, "The author of the Plays was equipped, beyond every other man of his time, with wisdom, erudition, imagination, capaciousness of mind, grace and majesty of expression. Every one has said it, no one doubts it. Also, he had humor, humor in rich abundance, and always wanting to break out. We have no evidence of any kind that Shakespeare of Stratford possessed any of these gifts or any of these acquirements." And adds, ""It is evident that he [Bacon] had each and every one of the mental gifts and each and every one of the acquirements that are so prodigally displayed in the Plays and Poems, and in much higher and richer degree than any other man of his time or of any previous time. He was a genius without a mate, a prodigy not matable. There was only one of him; the planet could not produce two of him at one birth, nor in one age. He could have written anything that is in the Plays and Poems…He had a wonderful talent for packing thought close and rendering it portable. His eloquence would alone have entitled him to a high rank in literature."
  8. Do you think Brian Vickers has figured out that Mark Twain is Samuel Clemens? Asking for a friend....
  9. "The distinction between poets and prose writers is a vulgar error… Lord Bacon was a poet. His language has a sweet and majestic rhythm which satisfies the sense, no less than the almost superhuman wisdom of his philosophy satisfies the intellect; it is a strain which distends and then bursts the circumference of the hearer's mind and pours itself forth together with it into the universal element with which it has perpetual sympathy." Percy Shelley from A Defence of Poetry
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