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  1. "When ideas are controversial they are discussed. When they're revolutionary, they are ignored." Terence McKenna
  2. https://lithub.com/james-shapiro-on-shakespeare-and-america/?fbclid=IwAR1XXG6WFi2A0ImFmVFzIz0WB66u3_eBlXC2nvZUgkCp1Gid8O-tYSsEnRU
  3. Jimmy B was a History major and hung out in Bolinas, CA, a hippie haven and noted area for various outlaw operations in the 1970's and probably heard the Francis Drake stories from the "pirateheads."
  4. I have just caught up on this. I’m not happy with the tone of your posts RC. Good to have you as a ‘counterbalance’ as Kate said and happy for all points of view, but in a polite and respectful manner please. LG
  5. Jimmy Buffett wrote a song, "Love in the Library." Hear him mention two famous Elizabethans in this short audio excerpt. He is also on record for saying that Mark Twain was his favorite writer. God bless Jimmy Buffett and all the peace, joy and love he shared with the world. BBubbles Up Buffett Love in the Library Audio.mp3
  6. https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/visit/whats-on/what-was-shakespeare-really-like/ Boteswain! Please share some nausea pills with the crew as I booked for the Stanley Wells launch this Wednesday. Tune in and enjoy the possible Mutiny!
  7. "To conclude this study I would say to the Oxfordians, you have been too close to your case for too long. Stand back a moment while your olfactory nerves return to normal, then approach your case again, you will find it does not pass the smell test."- Jerome Harner
  8. More Media Obfuscation on Much Ado About Nothing? L Reviews of ‘Shakespeare Without a Life,’ ‘Stalking Shakespeare,’ ‘What Was Shakespeare Really Like?’ and ‘Shakespeare Was a Woman and Other Heresies.’ By Willard Spiegelman Can anyone get the Full Article? Asking for a Friend.... https://www.wsj.com/arts-culture/books/will-the-real-shakespeare-please-stand-up-8b17988f
  9. Congratulations to our good friend Jono Freeman aka "Jono Bury" Freeman now on the winding stair to becoming a new Council Member of the Francis Bacon Society on September 13th during the Annual General Meeting. Jono's myriad skill set from acting, teaching, while performing some of the best original satire-up tempo rip roaring videos on the Authorship will bring an entertaining future to the Society and the relief of man's estate. It will be fun to watch his growing stardom.
  10. "From away back toward the very beginning of the Shakespeare-Bacon controversy I have been on the Bacon side, and have wanted to see our majestic Shakespeare unhorsed. My reasons for this attitude may have been good, they may have been bad, but such as they were, they strongly influenced me." -Mark Twain (1909)
  11. But "Shakespeare" did not write him back. I wonder why?
  12. Excellent History lesson and important stretch of time. It looks like a sure thing that the man who was born in York Place with maternal Tudor blood running through his veins would be motivated to write the seminal history of kings that covered the War of the Roses and the strategic St. Albans location. And it may be the theater productions came prior to the history writings that were under his worldly name.
  13. https://oxfraud.com/barbie?fbclid=IwAR0MIR0F3Ufuy1cWWZiPaHwgWr85hbgPzD05M07-out_NPgjJK-OJn2HL8c
  14. “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.” ― Abraham Lincoln
  15. * A Rising tide Carries all boats. * * Every little thing contributes and makes a Difference toward the Shift that is taking place in the authorship zeitgeist thanks to the A. Phoenix team and all of us while the timely background of the 400 year old First Folio Anniversary acts like an activated vortex bursting with unstoppable truth to the forefront. * Our authorship adversaries are dependent on us to bring home the the Instauratio Magma of Sir Francis Bacon's Promethean vision that will come to fruition after centuries of decay and delay.
  16. Stratfordian Fraudians call their "Charity" the "Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. " Misleading and Obfuscating from the Public since 1847. Rotten to the Core. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Leading the world's enjoyment and understanding of Shakespeare's work, life and times. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the global centre for learning about and experiencing the work, life and times of the world’s best-known writer. Our mission is to enthuse children, young people and life-long learners with a passion for Shakespeare. We bring the past into dialogue with the present, leading to a deeper understanding and enjoyment of Shakespeare’s place in history, his works on the page and his plays in performance.
  17. Came across this today What went wrong with Shakespeare’s Folio Picture? Troubles in the First Folio’s opening pages include a sweaty Shakespeare and a misplaced poem https://www.shakespearesglobe.com/discover/blogs-and-features/2023/06/27/what-went-wrong-with-shakespeares-folio-picture/
  18. On one of Bacon's birthdays I got a group of people together to read "Clipped Wings" together. It was a fun night with Cake.
  19. A 400 year old wall is coming down. The year 2023 is the Year of A. Phoenix and the elucidation of the 1623 Shakespeare Folio in all of its aspects. We have the Highest Gratitude for your unwavering commitment and expertise in unmasking truth.
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