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The Holy Trinity Decryption

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Would you believe that Sir Francis Bacon believed that his "best alias" was actually someone other than William Shake-speare? I didn't either until I read his own words. In my book The Holy Trinity Decryption, I explain how I decrypted the cipher texts (plural) on the plaque adorning the Shakespeare Funerary Monument in Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon.  Not only do the messages explicitly state that Francis Bacon wrote the works attributed to the Stratford actor, the main message he wanted to be seen states that he was indeed the son of a king and queen - Francis II of France and Mary, Queen of Scots. Not the answer that those of us who always favored the Prince Tudor Theory (myself included) want to see, but none-the-less the truth.

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