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Lawrence Gerald

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  1. Jardine and Stewart's book would have have been more aptly titled, "Hostage to Truth"
  2. Would have been great if Mark Twain had a follow up book entitled, "Is Francis Bacon Dead?"
  3. Re : Joe Walsh's song : I thought about not sharing this link below and then did anyway. https://sirbacon.org/antitheta.htm
  4. https://www.fbrt.org.uk/event/the-rosicrucian-mysteries-part-2/
  5. A. Phoenix wrote "Although for some reason Sir Roy Strong did not wish to draw to the attention of his readers the outer-cover and original contents of the Northumberland MSS, or Bacon’s collection of MSS, not least the Shakespeare plays Richard II and Richard III, at least we are now more able to appreciate fully its relation to the Pregnancy Portrait of Queen Elizabeth. " This makes Sir Roy weak.
  6. I met Charles Hamilton in Berkeley, CA at some event a few months before he passed away in 1996. I found him to be quite full of himself and certainly knew very little about William Shakespeare and even less about Francis Bacon as do all biased Stratfordian leaning writers. As you state Eric, "trying to make his data fit his Stratfordian theory, " which compromises his reputation as any kind of respected authority. Bacon would have described Hamilton as the embodiment of The Four Idols of the Marketplace.
  7. British Library authorities support misinformation as seen in Andrew Dickson's article that suggests that "The Book of Sir Thomas More" "is the only surviving manuscript in Shakespeare's hand." https://www.bl.uk/shakespeare/articles/wretched-strangers-shakespeares-plea-for-tolerance-towards-immigrants
  8. Lost Letters by Mary, Queen of Scots, Uncovered by Amateur Code Breakers The messages, written while she was imprisoned by her cousin Queen Elizabeth I, were mistakenly listed as Italian texts in France’s national library. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/02/08/world/europe/mary-queen-of-scots-letters.html?unlocked_article_code=9A3PvoCwp6-pWFnPWYC0mJ4FlsRIMG0cLxg4ccEM9n6jBN54EA4wP_-6ilb_jtosrKnPL-U1oUDEjoaQyX8Ca3DDPoYGWCKxwJnj2kAxGVJD4gQY4LHu0FuQR4YJpHJZJOflR0J1tQ6ERuqH7OsRWHC2ys2Oz5yPUvyK3SKMSEmaq1-c1X5ayDGoBBg2lvN141uuS7ApE4C2OLMrqDh8DDE7ftmsHo-6i2Up4UpQVY6EkxVxh58crFr6SddoocqZIR-CgJLm2xImFLp5Q7H-RIE8EUF6prvh_w8CbcM4CaA6uRfMQ4XB_wst5Ph2So476ZFxittoZcCE1-288fP50M_vGHwIFmNcyLo&smid=fb-share
  9. Plus Ultra Excellence Yann! FRANtastic Research!
  10. https://www.fbrt.org.uk/event/the-rosicrucian-mysteries-part-2/
  11. The look on Stanley Wells face when confronted with absurdity is priceless, and its full circle as he is a master of obfuscation while abusing his position as an "expert Shakespearean" by writing seemingly knowledgeable history that is overwhelmingly flawed and why the Authorship fires can't be put out by Wells and his ilk. And I agree Kate, there was pointless profanity in the mockumentary. She was a bit more rude than Sasha Cohen's delightful put on character Ali G. Meanwhile I just found this quote in a book I'm reading about JFK : "Mary's Mosaic : The CIA conspiracy to murder JFK, Mary Pinchot Meyer and their Vision for World Peace." by Peter Janney, that parallels the Shakespeare Authorship issue (and certainly some Shakespeare Tragedies too!) and how it persists with gatekeepers of the Shakespeare Industrial Complex like Stanley Wells : "For the Greatest enemy of the truth is very often not the lie---deliberate, contrived and dishonest,--but the Myth--persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic." JFK, Yale University, June 11, 1962
  12. 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.
  13. 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
  14. 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.
  15. https://www.expressandstar.com/news/nostalgia/2022/11/15/is-this-what-shakespeare-really-looked-like-the-only-portrait-painted-during-his-lifetime/
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