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  1. I remember when Dennis McCarthy's book on North came out, because of it's novelty and publisher publicity  it had it's 15 minutes on the stage. But it's not sticking, no one talks about it. Little impact. But you knew there was something rotten in Denmark with his research. Now thanks to this  A.Phoenix posting we can see the obvious flaws in both McCarthy's and Blanding's books.

    Excellent rebuttal with historical truth and Book Review A.P. Thank You. People like "Bland ing" are born to be mild as demonstrated by their pontificating based on  regurgitation of other people's inaccurate opinions revealing they have not read deeply on Bacon's life. Bacon was "insanely busy" is one of the many false narratives that is still passed on from generation to generation. We know that it wasn't until  Elizabeth passed and James  I came in  that Bacon around the age of 46 started to move up the winding stair of public life. In many ways we can be thankful that Elizabeth held Bacon back  as he was able to spend more time with his scriveners  generating plays.

    Glad to see you use Pierre Amboise the first Bacon biographer (1631) as a source that mentions Bacon going to Italy. This reference and biography is continuously and conveniently overlooked by our overzealous adversaries because it doesn't fit into their false narrative.
    Excellent use of quotes by other writers demonstrating Bacon's varied writing style and remarkable likeness to the works of Shakespeare.
    We do know that the Earl of Leicester as a patron of the theater. Not enough has been said about his influence on his son Francis who must have been introduced and influenced by Leicester's family connections and the Sydneys and Wilton house where Bacon was exposed to their  vibrant and creative social gatherings.

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  2. Thanking you A.P. for Spear-Shaking  at another snake in the grass.

    Nothing truer than truth when a relative to Eddie de Vere, Charles Beauclerk, Earl of Burford, can only obfuscate the Baconian position with ignorance while conveniently pushing for the nepotism of his family tree. And what a freaky tale that tree beholds.

    An Amazon reader review of "Shakespeare's Lost Kingdom : The  True History of Shakespeare and Elizabeth" stated it best :

    "At a time when Edward de Vere needs carefully composed support, Lost Kingdom is an entertaining and annoying concoction of scholarship and flimflam."

    The flimflam may be referring to the evidence free conjecture that  Oxford is Elizabeth's son from an affair she had  around the age of 16 and  besides being Elizabeth's illegitimate son, her lover and father of a joint child, the Earl of Southampton. Personally I can't tell if  this is the 'annoying concoction' or the 'flimflam?'  Somebody please pass the salt and help me out here !

    Well I guess that 'carefully composed' support flies  out the proverbial yonder window  quicker than you can say Nothing truer than truth. The irony remains that this cult is still bound to a man named Looney. That's all folks.

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  3. Thank You  A. P. for drawing out the historical distinctions that Looney's book failed to observe. It's like the old game of "telephone" where one person starts off with a message, passes it on to the next person and so on till it reaches the last person when  it becomes far from the original message. This is what Looney has done, passing on disinformation and therefore his followers blindly accept his historical blunders and continue to fail by not updating or correcting Looney's book for its historical  inaccuracies. And now we see all they can do is Glorify this book because it's been 100 years! LOL!

    And there are several reasons why they still stand by this delusional book. It's considered the founding of their Oxfordian theory and they don't want to draw any attention that their founding father could possibly be mistaken. After all these years it would be of great embarrassment to admit that Thomas J. Looney's book is  a case of Shakespeare MISIDENTIFIED. Oxfordians have a powerful mindset of Cognitive Dissonance when it comes to Francis Bacon. After all the Bacon material from evidence and historical record  is a direct threat to their demise and their 100 years of research can only go so far as to justify that the Stratford man cannot be an author and the futility of replacing him with a man with the weakest of character and less capability than  the true Spear Shaker Sir Francis Bacon.

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    I have been induced to think, that if there were a Beam of Knowledge derived from God upon any man in these modern times, it was upon him (Bacon): for though he was a great reader of books, yet he had not his knowledge from books, but from some grounds and notions within himself. --Dr. William Rawley , Bacon's Chaplain, Secretary & Confidant


    8   N   O   V    E    M    B   E    R          2   0  2   3 

    8+13+14+20+5+12+2+5+17   + 2+0+2+3 =   103 SHAKESPEARE IN SIMPLE CIPHER  


    We are all proud of the Plus Ultra A. Phoenix Spear-Shaker Team for this great achievement and completing their vision on this day the 400th anniversary of Francis Bacon's Shakespeare First Folio. You have brought honor to Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson and all their Knights of the Helmet that masterminded the Greatest Literary Mystery of All time.

     More so for the last 3 years the A.Phoenix team has been dedicated to  righting wrongs, dropping truth revelations while  exposing the conventional memes of  tyranny from the Shakespeare Industrial Complex influencers tha manipulate and collude with the media, academia and publishers whose sole interest is to make $ off their deceptions while relegating truth irrelevant and blasphemous. 

    However there is a cure for the Shakespeare dementia  and cognitive dissonance that exists. Despite all this and all our confused adversaries from other camps, we've been  long standing in making a difference as  hundreds of newcomers and students visit  sirbacon.org daily  with a passion for historical truth  seeing through the many distinctions that have been brought to light by the A. Phoenix team and all the other insightful Baconian contributors for the last 150 years.

    I raise my glass in appreciation and gratitude to their tremendous and ongoing contributions and to the Francis Bacon Society for making this very special issue of Baconiana available to the public.

    Lawrence Gerald

    November 8th, 2023


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  5. Oh my God, the Irony ! Mind blowing the diagonal anagram in Bates' book! Super observant A.P. This is similar to the Fraudelent Friedmans.

    Great line :

    The truth as Bacon said, is the daughter of time not authority, and the hidden truth (as stated on the title page of New Atlantis; Land of the Rosicrucians) will be revealed after some time has passed, tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow and Bacon knew more than anyone, as do his Rosicrucian Brotherhood, that ‘All the world’s a stage’; some of whom masquerade as authoritative Shakespeare or Stratfordian scholars.


    Sad that "smart" people who have studied Shakespeare all their lives don't have a clue who wrote the works.  Maybe there should be a book entitled, The Genius of Sir Francis Bacon the Original Shake-Speare instead that includes this rebuttal

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  6. Stratford is a town without pity living a lie.  Souless. Long history of corruption and merchants peddling fake history and trinkets to unsuspecting tourists. The Shakespeare Authorship was never about truth for Stratfordians. Since they hold on to their theory as fact they can only ignore, ridicule, spin and obfuscate.  A tale repeated by generations of  idiots signifying nothing.  In  a sane world Stanley Wells would be arrested and  sent to the tower with a chisel so he can scrawl his  name onto the wall above his  cell  door.

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    All's Not Well with Stanley. This man suffers from Cognitive Dissonance, unknowingly.


    photo by Antonine Lakosh

    "Thy sin's not accidental, but a trade." Measure for Measure

     "These we call Idols of the Theatre, for we account all invented systems of philosophy as so many stage-plays, representing scenic and fictitious worlds.......Nor in this do we comprehend only the universal philosophies, but all principles and axioms of Knowledge which have thrived on tradition, credulity and negligence........"-Francis Baconnot accidental, but a trade." Measure for Measure

    Stanley Wells President of the Shakespeare Birthplace MIStrust, Fraud in Chief and Obfuscator of   Shakespeare Idolatry, Paid Pied Piper of the Faustian $tratfordian THEORY, incapable of connecting the dots of truth,  Honorary member and Perennial  Winner of the Francis Bacon The Four Idols Club Award,  on his cell phone outside the New Theatre Royal in Bathe maybe finding out that he's taking a royal bath during the  public 1997 authorship debate?

    See :  Sir Francis Carr debates Wells



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  8. Kenneth C. Jack is not square enough for my taste.  He brings up the subject of  Bacon's bribery without acknowledging that Bacon was innocent despite having claimed he was guilty. We know Bacon pleaded guilty only to save James from further political problems and James promised to pardon Bacon which he didn't do because that was the type of guy James was.  So this tells me he has not read deeply enough in his research. If he admires Bacon as he seems to he should get this right without passing on the false narrative that so many others have and still continue to do.  Reading Alfred Dodd's The Martyrdom of Francis Bacon and Nieves Mathews  (Francis Bacon : History of a Character Assassination)https://www.google.com/books/edition/Francis_Bacon/ZYDv5C6th2kC?hl=en   a thorough vindication  of Bacon's innocence. The Bribery charges against Bacon and  not receiving his pardon may have been another reason for him to remain anonymous to the 1623 First Folio.

    Jack writes

    "Whether Francis Bacon was a so-called Rosicrucian or Freemason may never be known, and the question will probably remain forever within the domain of the “Speculators”.

    Speculation runs rife, as many also believe that Francis Bacon was the true author of the works attributed to William Shakespeare – and moreover; many see Masonic symbolism in the Bard’s works."

    If Jack was familiar with  the brethren Alfred Dodd  a journalist and Freemason and his work especially, "Shakespeare Creator of Freemasonry" and   George Tudhope's "Bacon Masonry" he would have a deeper and more enlightened understanding than that of "Speculator."

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  9. Thank you AP for sharing this dialogue with William Rubinstein. It is of great service  to all  by illustrating how many  shallow authorship researchers  get so caught up in  their zealousness that it  causes them to be compelled  to think they can get away with an unresearched opinion while allowing themselves permission to spread their dogma as fact. It's equally embarrassing and pitiful that  he is or was a Professor and that he relies on wikipedia as his source for Bacon research. People like this use the Authorship controversy  for personal aggrandizement and if the historical truth doesn't fit into their mind set, then cognitive dissonance will  set in and protect their fragility from an advancement of learning. Rubinstein should go to this room and read about Bacon's The Four Idols which he predictably will not do.

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  10. 10 hours ago, A Phoenix said:



    The Tower of London still looms large on the London landscape but it was not always the dark and foreboding place of common perception.

    The Tower of London
    It was originally a castle and royal palace on the North bank of the River Thames built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. Throughout the ages it became synonymous with torture, incarcerations and executions of its unfortunate occupants which included Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard, Lady Jane Gray and Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. Despite its grisly reputation only a handful of high status detainees were actually executed in the Tower grounds, most prisoners were executed publicly on nearby Tower Hill. Many were incarcerated here though including Princess Elizabeth Tudor and her childhood friend Robert Dudley.
    Unsurprisingly the foreboding London landmark is incorporated by Bacon several times in the Shakespeare plays noticeably in Henry VI part 1 and also in Richard III with the incarceration of the young princes and the drowning of Richard’s brother George in a butt of Malmsey wine.
    Beauchamp Tower, The Tower of London
    In a rather dark and heartbreaking coincidence there was a macabre Tudor parallel. Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, Francis Bacon’s younger concealed royal brother was incarcerated here in the Beauchamp Tower following the ill-fated Essex rebellion. In an ironical twist his blood father Robert Dudley was also incarcerated at the Beauchamp Tower many years earlier. The Beauchamp Tower is famous for the carvings and graffiti made by frightened prisoners leaving us connections and remembrances of their lives. According to The Tower of London, the Earl of Arundel, Thomas Abel (chaplain to Queen Katherine of Aragon) and Robert Dudley and his brothers all made carvings whilst there, which can be seen to this day. Not mentioned is the carving made by Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex the secret younger son of Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.
    Years earlier it is said that Queen Elizabeth had given Essex a ring which if he ever forfeited her favour, if he sent it back to her, its return would ensure his pardon and forgiveness. His royal brother Francis knew that Essex had only to return the ring and all would be forgiven. He may also have been informed that Essex had sent it. But the Queen never received the ring. Elizabeth was incredulous that Essex even at his lowest point and with his life in imminent danger did not possess the humility
    Robart Tidir, youngest son of Queen Elizabeth I. Thanks to Lawrence Gerald for this image.
    to send the ring it to her. It reinforced her deeply held fears that her concealed son would forever remain unruly and dangerous and she finally signed his death warrant. In those last days before his execution and in the face of imminent death, Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex carved into the stone wall his true name over the door way which can still be seen to this present day ‘ROBART TIDIR’, an old way of spelling ROBERT TUDOR, conveying his status as a concealed royal prince of England.

    Photo taken after some tourist removed the glass plaque over it. I just happened to be there when it happened. Dodd says Robert Cecil had people inside that intercepted the Essex ring. If it wasn't for Robert Cecil, falsely poisoning Elizabeth's mind that Bacon was power hungry, Essex would have lived and James wouldn't have become king, England would have advanced  a better future without enduring a Civil war, with Bacon as the Rightful King.

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  11. The Beefeater guards at the Tower of London (1992) when asked about the Tidir scrawl, look into their book of all  historical markings that exist in the Tower and told me  there is nothing about it and they claim they don't know either. So it's still a State maintained secret. Whether Essex carved it or not, its a red flag for British History being out of joint.

    Alfred Dodd, wrote that Robart Tidir  is the Welsh spelling of  Robert Tudor

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