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The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript Formerly Known as The Northumberland Manuscript


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3 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Ahoy there, Light-of-Truth. I managed to swim back to shore after my fragile little boat was smashed to smithereens by the heavy boulder that fell from the skies as I was attempting to follow the Phoenixes' enigmatical charts of the mysterious Isle of Secrets. Fortunately, my flask of aqua vitae was not lost and, after a good lie down, I may be able to build a makeshift raft and recommence my investigations in due course. 

We who fall into the Ocean passing the Pillars and swim for our lives, learn to enjoy the Dolphins! Funny how they keep nudging us to stay above water. ūüôā

All this talk of Truth and Lies and where we are in the Grand Baconian Plan, on a whim I looked up the ciphers of ELON MUSK.

I could have guessed, 103 Simple cipher the same as SHAKESPEARE.

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Am I dreaming all this? Is this all a dream? It is too amazing to be real.

One day I will snap out of it and say, "What a Long Strange Trip" this has been!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

We who fall into the Ocean passing the Pillars and swim for our lives, learn to enjoy the Dolphins! Funny how they keep nudging us to stay above water. ūüôā

All this talk of Truth and Lies and where we are in the Grand Baconian Plan, on a whim I looked up the ciphers of ELON MUSK.

I could have guessed, 103 Simple cipher the same as SHAKESPEARE.

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Am I dreaming all this? Is this all a dream? It is too amazing to be real.

One day I will snap out of it and say, "What a Long Strange Trip" this has been!

 

 

 

"103 Simple cipher the same as SHAKESPEARE"... what should we extrapolate from this coincidence, I wonder?  Perhaps he's planning to purchase the Folger?

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14 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Eric, 

From the beginning Lord Bacon himself in his last will and letters from around the time clearly states that some of his letters, papers & manuscripts of his writings should be withheld from public view. His early biographers and editors starting with Dr Rawley who lived with FB for the last ten years of his recorded life and was a member of his Rosicrucian Brotherhood openly states in the Memoriae (1626) and the Resuscitatio (1657) that there are certain aspects of FB's life and writings that are not 'communicable' to the public. Similar statements were made by his other early biographers and editors: Amboise (Paris: 1631), Boener (Leiden, 1646), Dr Tenison, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, (London, 1679) and Stephens (London, 1702 & 1734). All of these biographers and editors by their own admission were privy to private and concealed letters, manuscripts and other documents relating to FB's secret life and writings. We have quoted passages from these editors on B'Hive see: 

https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/topic/91-francis-bacons-early-biographers-editors-were-privy-to-his-secret-life-writings/#comment-3525

Several of the Bacon and Shakespeare editors of the eighteenth century were members of FB's Rosicrucian Freemasonry Brotherhood (it is a matter of record that Theobald, Pope and Samuel Johnson were members of the Freemasonry Brotherhood as was the great eighteenth century actor David Garrick who was responsible for organising the Stratford Jubilee that put Statford-upon-Avon on the map as the centre of the literary world-a sublime Rosicrucian Ludibrium!) and the editor preceding Spedding Basil Montagu (if I remember rightly) was the nephew of a previous Grand Master of England. Before producing the 14 volume Life and Works of FB his incomparable great editor James Spedding worked for the Colonial Office (which might in modern terms be described as a forerunner of the Foreign Office which works hand in hand with MI6). His 14 volume edition of the still standard Life and Writings of FB is replete with Baconian-Rosicrucian ciphers and in keeping with his predecessors Spedding was secretly privy to the Truth about FB's secret life and writings. 

Both John Bruce (instrumental in the founding of the Camden Society, Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries and Trustess of Sir John Soane's Museum) and Spedding were involved in the 'discovery' of the so-called Northumberland Manuscript and Bruce was also directly involved in the 'discovery' of the so-called Dering Manuscript the earliest known manuscript of a Shakespeare (of Henry IV) which I have shown is an original Shakespeare manuscript corrected in the hand of its author FB (see A. Phoenix, 'Francis Bacon and the so-called 'Dering' Manuscript of Henry IV', pp. 1-126; for Bruce see pages 30-33). 

https://www.academia.edu/85225460/Francis_Bacon_and_the_so_called_Dering_Manuscript_of_Henry_IV_the_Unique_and_Earliest_Known_Manuscript_of_a_Shakespeare_play_or_the_Holy_Grail_of_Shakespeare_Scholarship_a_Shakespeare_Manuscript_c_1596_Originating_from_Bacons_Literary_Workshop_and_Corrected_in_his_Hand

See also Peter Dawkins instructive essay entitled 'SHAKESPEARE AND FREEMASONRY' (extract below):

'In July 1929 the Foundation Stone of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre at Stratford-upon-Avon was laid with full Masonic ritual by Lord Ampthill, pro-Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, using an old Egyptian maul used at Sakhara four thousand years ago. Six hundred Masons were present at the ceremony, in full regalia. Why should Grand Lodge attach such primary importance to the memory of Shakespeare and the continuing performance of his plays? In fact, such attention has some noteworthy precedents that would seem to link Freemasonry strongly with Shakespeare.'

For full article see: https://sirbacon.org/Dawkinsfrmsnry.htm

 

'In July 1929 the Foundation Stone of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre at Stratford-upon-Avon was laid with full Masonic ritual by Lord Ampthill, pro-Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, using an old Egyptian maul used at Sakhara four thousand years ago. Six hundred Masons were present at the ceremony, in full regalia."

I can't view this video in Australia. Perhaps you can? https://player.bfi.org.uk/free/film/watch-shakespeare-memorial-theatre-foundation-stone-laying-at-stratford-upon-avon-on-july

 

 

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Hi Eric,

What an incredible amazing find!! We have just watched it and it is an extraordinary documentation of the sheer ritual and theatricality involved in Freemasonry and provides documented footage visually bringing to light the little known and understood hidden and concealed links between Lord Bacon's Brotherhood and Shakespeare. 

We are going to post on Twitter and Facebook.

Thank you for this remarkable (unique even) contribution to Baconian-Rosicrucian-Freemasonary scholarship. 

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Hi Rob,

It's a great pity Eric's great find is just for the Brits as it is quite remarkable.

The film is in black and white and no sound but basically all the Freemasons process down the street in Stratford upon Avon (hundreds of them) to the backdrop of the charred remains of the original Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. There are many dignitaries and an elaborate series of symbolic rituals involving cushions, swords, trowell, earth and the corner stone.  It's a sight to behold. Have put some stills below - opposite the union flag on the canopy look out for the American flag!!!

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8 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Rob,

It's a great pity Eric's great find is just for the Brits as it is quite remarkable.

The film is in black and white and no sound but basically all the Freemasons process down the street in Stratford upon Avon (hundreds of them) to the backdrop of the charred remains of the original Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. There are many dignitaries and an elaborate series of symbolic rituals involving cushions, swords, trowell, earth and the corner stone.  It's a sight to behold. Have put some stills below - opposite the union flag on the canopy look out for the American flag!!!

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Hi A. Phoenix

Thank you for sharing these stills for us 'foreigners' to see. I've searched elsewhere for the same footage but the BFI seems to be the only available source online.

 

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We have just completed Part 2 of The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript video. 

FOR THE FULL STORY ABOUT

‚ÄėTHE BACON-SHAKESPEARE MANUSCRIPT‚Äô see:

PAPER: https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research

PART 1 VIDEO: https://youtu.be/QDn8gdBqnIM

PART 2 VIDEO:  https://youtu.be/DEHByFCuvgI

 
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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.

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5 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

We have just completed Part 2 of The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript video. 

Fascinating! So many loose-ends coming together. At first I was scrambling to write notes and trying to grab screenshots in my excitement! Whew! Too many tangents to chase tonight!

Seriously this presentation weaves together several concepts I've been aware of yet never had a full picture. Plus I have never experienced the Essex disaster and now I have just "seen" the movie! Wow! I never knew what happened even though hearing about it for decades.

The name "Arundel"? The "2nd Earl of Arundel" in particular.

I don't remember the name before April 9 this year on the B'Hive. I did some research, he is a very Key player. I spent time in Arundel's Manuscripts learning about day to day life a few months. He was a "collector of antiquities" if I understood correctly. Bacon left this plane on April 9, 1626 in the Arundel home? With beautiful gardens, ancient statutes, old and close friends near by. I'd leave my treasures there, if I were disappearing. I'd have a party!

Darn chicken. Salmonella is annoying with raw chicken, especially on a cold wet day. Even if frozen you better wash it off before cooking and eating.

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I took this clip as it demanded my attention:

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Thinkeinge alsoe with howe good will
The idle tymes whiche yrkesome be
You have made shorte throwe your good skill
In readeinge pleasante thinges to me.
Whereof profitte we bothe did se,

As wittenes can if they could speake
Bothe your Tullye and my Senecke.

 

Nicholas and Anne knew the secret as much as Elizabeth. I'm sure they were paid well to raise the possible next King of England without telling anyone. Do we think they did it for free as a nice neighbor. LOL

He was raised learning what he needed by the Bacon's.

I'd like to see a facsimile of this poem.

 

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