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Did Bacon die in 1626?

This A. Phoenix article caught my attention:

“Did Francis Bacon die in 1626? Or did he feign his death with the help of his Rosicrucian-Freemason Brotherhood?” – Sir Francis Bacon's New Advancement of Learning – SirBacon.org

I've heard and read theories almost as long as the 20+ some years I have been a Baconian that Bacon lived beyond his "Easter" death. Interesting, but never had an opinion on if the rumors were true or not. But April 9 is Day 99 of the year, the ancient number for "Amen". 

Granted, to me Bacon as a legend was not the first very of many important World changing humans to possibly be born to a virgin (Elizabeth I, the "Virgin Queen"). Over the past 20 years or so I have considered that his life was tragically orchestrated by Elizabeth's astrologer, John Dee, who could have planned and arranged for Bacon to become the next "Jesus", as the English savior. I love Dee and what he has done, yet in Bacon's life it makes me uncomfortable what he may have done to prevent him to become the King of England. Bacon has changed the direction of Western progress. His work with the KJV is huge, even more influential than the "Jesus" of the old bible. right?

Born of a Virgin, Death and Rebirth? Bacon? Read the Manes Verulamiana, and they were written to a living friend who was still alive, in my opinion. To those who knew. 😉

The Manes Verulamiana – Sir Francis Bacon's New Advancement of Learning – SirBacon.org

A. Phoenix presents evidence that Bacon may have indeed faked his death and had major influence for years after his praising eulogies were written for (to) him. 

 

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I believe I found evidence that Bacon was alive at the age of 88, and present at the execution of Charles I. Also, the Jesus allegory is far more accurate than we think. Robert Devereux was indeed the son of Elizabeth I and Dudley, and Bacon's cousin. Bacon's real parents (this is heresy, I know) were Mary, Queen of Scots and Francis II. So his mother was Mary (but hardly a virgin), just like Jesus. The name of John the Baptist's mother was also Elizabeth, and Essex shared his fate. I believe this is one of the reasons why Francis encoded the veneration of John the Baptist into speculative Freemasonry, as he considered his role in Essex's prosecution as his "biggest folly."

I agree 100% about Manes Verulamiani - in my mind it almost reads like a celebrity roast. 🙂

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I believe I found evidence that Bacon was alive at the age of 88, and present at the execution of Charles I. 

Of course we will look forward to learning about it!

A celebrity roast for sure! LOL

I just wonder where the 33rd eulogy is? Did Bacon write it??

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:
I believe I found evidence that Bacon was alive at the age of 88, and present at the execution of Charles I. 

Of course we will look forward to learning about it!

A celebrity roast for sure! LOL

I just wonder where the 33rd eulogy is? Did Bacon write it??

Could the 33rd eulogy simply be the Introdution by W. Rawley ?

What my Lord the Right Honourable Viscount St. Albans valued most, that he should be dear to seats of learning
and to men of letters, that (I believe) he has secured; since these tokens of love and memorials of sorrow prove
how much his loss grieves their heart. And indeed with no stinted hand have the Muses bestowed on him this emblem
(for very many poems, and the best too, I withhold from publication); but since he himself delighted not in quantity,
no great quantity have I put forth. Moreover let it suffice to have laid, as it were, these foundations in the
name of the present age; this fabric (I think) every age will embellish and enlarge; but to what age it is given to put
the last touch, that is known to God only and the fates.

Or could it be the writing in the scroll of the Shakespeare Memorial at Westminster Abbey ?

The Cloud cap’t Tow’rs
The Gorgeous Palaces
The Solemn Temples,
The Great Globe itsel
Yea all which it inherit,
    Shall Dissolve;
And like the baseless Fabrick of a Vision
Leave not a wreck behind.

It quotes Prospero in "The Tempest" , page number 15 ... the 33rd page of the First Folio ! 😉 

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Love it! Both ideas!

Manes Verulamiani

"Published in Latin by Bacon’s Chaplain, William Rawley 1626"

https://sirbacon.org/the-manes-verulamiana/

You said, "Could the 33rd eulogy simply be the Introdution by W. Rawley ?"

I vote that indeed that was number One, with 32 more to make 33. Brilliant!!

If published in 1626, of course, makes perfect sense!

Bacon was laughing, offering thanks to his friends who knew he was still alive. Imagine the party they enjoyed. Yet when Willy died, nothing. Certainly no big party with a celebrity roast. Just a legal note to allow his second best bed to go to the lawful owner...

😉

The B'hive has solved one mystery already!! Thank you Allisnum2ber!

 

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Very early this morning I woke up obsessing and thinking/dreaming all night about THE GUIDING SPIRIT post.

I did a lot of fast track Google work. Something I found triggered A. Phoenix work that is part of this thread. I said:

There was a popular RC book (attached) that came out 1909/1910 called:

THE ROSICRUCIAN COSMO - CONCEPTION
or
CHRISTIAN OCCULT SCIENCE
AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE UPON
MAN’S PAST EVOLUTION, PRESENT CONSTITU
TION AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
BY
MAX HEINDEL

 

I remember seeing this book in my early pre-Bacon knowledge years as it was advertised in magazines, etc. I believe I had read parts of it as well.

Part of the content I shared that mentioned Bacon was this:

   Many centuries have rolled by since the birth, as
Christian Rosenkreuz, of the Founder of the Rosicrucian
Mystery School, and by many his existence is even regarded
as a myth. But his birth as Christian Rosenkreuz marked the
beginning of a new epoch in spiritual life of the Western
World. That particular Ego has also been in continuous
physical existence ever since, in one or another of the
European Countries. He has taken a new body when his
successive vehicles have outlived their usefulness, or
circumstances rendered it expedient that he changes the
scene of his activities. Moreover, he is embodied today—an
Initiate of high degree, an active or potent factor in all
affairs of the West—although unknown to the World.

I've heard the reincarnation theme for almost as long as I have been introduced to Bacon. It pops up, several schools of thought on that. Popular among some mystical Baconians. 

Johann Valentin Andreae comes into mind.

Maybe 20 years ago I went to my Baconain mentor, Lawrence Gerald. I told him what I am reading. He put the breaks on it immediately, offered several references and Baconian information that told me it was "outside" the scope of what we Know about Bacon.

I left it alone after that. Yet, it was always there. Reincarnation is something I hear from other schools of thought. At times, I wonder if I am continuing a life of another. Or many others?

In my mind, seriously, I was born to do what I am doing now. I was born a Baconian. I didn't know it until I was pushing 40, but in hindsight, my entire life was building to the moment I "learned" of Bacon.

These later years wishing I was or had part of Bacon to live in me, he is not there. In my dreams, yes. But I am not an any way reincarnated Bacon. Dee? Silly to say, I can't help wonder if Dee put a little something in me. I may not be here in my life to tell "Bacon's story", I may be here to tell "Dee's story of Bacon's life." LOL

I am posting here, hoping A. Phoenix reads this. 

The "A. Phoenix team" is maybe the most prolific and well-researched group of Baconians alive today. In the research and studying they did, reincarnation had to come up.

Heindel, in 1909? 

Moreover, he is embodied today—an
Initiate of high degree, an active or potent factor in all
affairs of the West—although unknown to the World.

I immediately took that to mean he was thinking of himself. But that is shallow of me and I have NO idea who was around back then.

A. Phoenix? A jump from your work maybe, but what is your one minute opinion? (Maybe five...)  Is it a valid concept to think about, at all, that Bacon has lived in several lives?

Yea, how does one answer that, no matter what? It is NOT a yes or no answer.

 

EDIT: Last night I wrote this, "Johann Valentin Andreae comes into mind." My wires were crossed and I was thinking St Germain.

Edited by Light-of-Truth

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Hi Rob,

Thank you for your very kind and extraordinary generous comments about our writings and videos-reading it was very humbling.

On your specific question about reincarnation, as you are most likely aware Jean Overton Fuller author of Sir Francis Bacon A Biography (London and The Hague: East-West Publications, 1981) also wrote a full-length work entitled The Comte de Saint-Germain (London: East-West Publications, 1988), whom some have claimed was/is a reincarnation of Lord Bacon, an immortal Rosicrucian, in possession of the secret elixir of everlasting life. The subject is explored and discussed in The View Beyond Sir Francis Bacon: Alchemy, Science, Mystery, ed., David Patrick (London: Polair Publishing, 2011). This work also contains an introduction from the Shakespearean actor Mark Rylance, ‘Give me a Deep-Crownd Bowl’; a chapter from Peter Dawkins, Founding Director of the Francis Bacon Research Trust, ‘The Great Instauration’; and one from Peter Welsford, President of the Francis Bacon Society, ‘Codes, Coding and Synchronicity’.

I unfortunately possess no special knowledge or expertise on the subject of reincarnation or pertaining to whether FB following his feigned death secretly travelled to Transylvania where according to the Ascended Masters Teachings he went to live with the noble Rakoczy family of Hungary, and afterwards, adopted the name (or pseudonym) of Saint-Germain.   

I always prefer to keep an open mind and find myself in agreement with Lord Bacon/Hamlet:

                                  There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio

                                  Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.   

Love

The Phoenixes.

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Thank you, The Phoenixes!

I considered deleting my post this morning. No reason to post every thought bouncing around in my head! LOL

I believe I have all of Peter Dawkins books, so likely have read the chapter he wrote. I'll see if I still have it as I have lent books out sometimes and don't always get them back.

In agreement with you totally, keep an open mind. Reincarnation is not an area of subject I'll pursue as I have plenty of paths in ciphers to follow. It was on my mind yesterday though.

"Moreover, he is embodied today—an Initiate of high degree, an active or potent factor in all affairs of the West—although unknown to the World."

Yea? Who? Where?

I guess I feel if Bacon was alive, things might be a little better on our planet. 😉

Thanks again!

 

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