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1 minute ago, A Phoenix said:

Hamlet had already been Written & Performed Before William Shakspere had left Stratford

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Hi A Phoenix! Wonderful slide, full of visual and intellectual interest. Regarding the red underline (Shakspere) Rob will correct me if I'm wrong but you can get rid of it by clicking on "paste as normal text instead" in the yellow panel below. 🙂

 

 

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2 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hamlet Performed at Oxford in 1585

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In 1585! This means that Francis worked on the play, Hamlet, on and off for twenty years! (Not counting the Folio edition)

I did a quick search on the Folger's website for anything on Ur-Hamlet - not a sausage as far as I could tell.

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Hi Eric,

The Stratfordian Shakespeare machine have been concealing, misrepresenting and suppressing the fact that Hamlet was written before little Willy left Stratford for decades because when this is known and understood, it alone, completely collapses the Stratfordian fictitious and fraudulent charade.

 

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37 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hamlet Performed by the Earl of Leicester's Men in 1585

The Earl of Leicester’s Men were most probably the first acting company to publicly perform the Shakespeare play Hamlet. The first quarto edition of Hamlet states on its title page ‘it hath beene diuerse times acted by his Highnesse seruants in the Cittie of London: as also in the two Vniuersities of Cambridge and Oxford, and else-where.’, which it appears stretched back two decades to its forerunner, The Earl of Leicester’s Men. In On Renascence drama Or History Made Visible Thomson indicates that Hamlet had been acted at Oxford University in 1585, it is he writes, ‘a matter of inference from allusions to it by a contemporary writer.’ In the spring of 1585 the Earl of Leicester as Chancellor of Oxford University put on a series of royal entertainments for Queen Elizabeth:

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What a good subtitle: HISTORY MADE VISIBLE... 

 

45 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hamlet Performed by the Earl of Leicester's Men in 1585

The Earl of Leicester’s Men were most probably the first acting company to publicly perform the Shakespeare play Hamlet. The first quarto edition of Hamlet states on its title page ‘it hath beene diuerse times acted by his Highnesse seruants in the Cittie of London: as also in the two Vniuersities of Cambridge and Oxford, and else-where.’, which it appears stretched back two decades to its forerunner, The Earl of Leicester’s Men. In On Renascence drama Or History Made Visible Thomson indicates that Hamlet had been acted at Oxford University in 1585, it is he writes, ‘a matter of inference from allusions to it by a contemporary writer.’ In the spring of 1585 the Earl of Leicester as Chancellor of Oxford University put on a series of royal entertainments for Queen Elizabeth:

#FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #Hamlet #Elizabeth #Rosicrucians #Freemasonry #RoyalBirth #RobertDudley #RobertDevereux #Robert Greene  #Thomas Nashe

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Hi Phoenixes. Just to say I'm slightly ahead of these marvellous slides on Hamlet in terms of re-reading your essay: Francis_Bacon_and_his_earliest_Shakespea.pdf

Question: How many essays on Francis Bacon have you published on https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research#papers?

The answer is 

 

 

 

 

45

A remarkable achievement by any standards!

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39 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Eric,

The Stratfordian Shakespeare machine have been concealing, misrepresenting and suppressing the fact that Hamlet was written before little Willy left Stratford for decades because when this is known and understood, it alone, completely collapses the Stratfordian fictitious and fraudulent charade.

 

Of course! I see now. Perhaps Hamlet is the straw that could break the camel's back.

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54 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Hi A Phoenix! Wonderful slide, full of visual and intellectual interest. Regarding the red underline (Shakspere) Rob will correct me if I'm wrong but you can get rid of it by clicking on "paste as normal text instead" in the yellow panel below. 🙂

 

 

Just a couple of further thoughts on this particular slide. The juxtaposition of the black and white sketch of an Elizabethan play being performed and the stern magnificence of the portrait of the Earl of Leicester was astute of you. In 1584-85, Francis was in his prime, in his early twenties and no doubt raring to go. Hence this early collaboration at Oxford with his father, Robert Dudley, whom (as we have seen) Francis later came to loathe.

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Hi Eric,

I have a feeling that whatever evidence and proof is produced by us Baconians, the Stratfordian Machine (a Billion pound industry), will continue to do what they have been doing for centuries, and keep stonewalling.

Not that this will in anyway deter us Baconians in our efforts to establish the Truth however long it takes.

In The End the Hidden Truth Will Be Revealed! 

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The Earl of Leicester's Men

The acting company attended Leicester in his expedition to aid the States-General in the Netherlands. He was formerly appointed to the command of the English troops in August 1585 with Robert Devereux, second Earl of Essex made General of the Horse, with the English forces reaching Flushing on 10 December. The Earl of Leicester’s progress through Utrecht, Leyden and The Hague was noted for the lavish pageants given in his honour. After serving in the Earl of Leicester’s Men three of its players, the clown Will Kemp, George Byran and Thomas Pope are recorded as performing at the Danish court.

#FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #Hamlet #Elizabeth #Rosicrucians #Freemasonry #RoyalBirth #RobertDudley #RobertDevereux #Robert Greene  #Thomas Nashe

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5 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The Earl of Leicester's Men

The acting company attended Leicester in his expedition to aid the States-General in the Netherlands. He was formerly appointed to the command of the English troops in August 1585 with Robert Devereux, second Earl of Essex made General of the Horse, with the English forces reaching Flushing on 10 December. The Earl of Leicester’s progress through Utrecht, Leyden and The Hague was noted for the lavish pageants given in his honour. After serving in the Earl of Leicester’s Men three of its players, the clown Will Kemp, George Byran and Thomas Pope are recorded as performing at the Danish court.

#FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #Hamlet #Elizabeth #Rosicrucians #Freemasonry #RoyalBirth #RobertDudley #RobertDevereux #Robert Greene  #Thomas Nashe

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Hi A Phoenix

In the mid-1580s when Leicester's Men were performing at Oxford and on the Continent, Robert Dudley would have looked more like this, just a few years before he died.

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https://tudorsdynasty.com/portraits-elizabeths-favorite-robert-dudley-earl-leicester/

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Hamlet in Elsinore

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The original town hall of Elsinore (Helsingor) was rebuilt in the 19th Century, but Kronberg Castle, the supposed setting of "Hamlet", remains as impressive as ever. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kronborg

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From the Wiki you posted:

The castle itself was rebuilt from 1574 to 1585, with the separated buildings of Krogen being extended to three coherent wings. The north wing was equipped with chambers for the king, queen and her ladies-in-waiting as well as for the chancellery. In the south wing, the medieval building in the southeast corner was refitted as a modern chapel with the vaulted windows facing the chapel being retained. Frederick was a keen patron of theatre and players performed at the castle when he held court there in 1579.[3]

 

Maybe they played Hamlet in 1579? 😉

 

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     The Secret Pre-History of Hamlet Bound Up With Other Secrets of the Elizabethan Reign

           It appears from the above that a version of Hamlet had already been written by 1584-5

           and performed in some or all of the following countries England, the Low Countries,

           Germany and Denmark, sometime before during and after 1585. However according to

           another source, the first version of the Shakespeare play Hamlet, was written several

           years before in c.1580-1. The secret history of the earliest version of the Shakespeare

           Hamlet, also has a secret pre-history, one bound up in some of the greatest secrets of

           the Elizabethan reign.

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          Francis at the Elizabethan Court in 1576

           According to Bacon’s word cipher as deciphered by Dr Oville Owen sometime in

           September 1576 Francis was at court in the presence of Elizabeth and her ladies and

           gentlemen. The court was making merry dancing and singing and gossiping with each

           other before the scene of gaiety was intruded upon by a young Robert Cecil, son of Sir

           William Cecil, Lord Burghley and Lady Mildred Cooke Cecil, elder sister of Lady

           Anne Cooke Bacon. This mood of gaiety and fun was suddenly transformed when one

           of Queen Elizabeth’s Ladies-in-Waiting Lady Scales playfully teased and laughed at

           Robert Cecil prompting him in revenge to falsely tell Elizabeth that Lady Scales had

           said:

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        On the Revelation the Queen Explodes into a Violent Rage 

          It had the desired effect sending Elizabeth into an uncontrollable rage causing her to

           violently attack Lady Scales before Francis fearing the worst tried to intervene which

           resulted in the queen redirecting her anger and wrath towards him. With her malicious

           mind still violently raging and her carcass twisting and distorting she furiously turned

           to Francis and screamed at him:

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2 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Queen Elizabeth Confirms the Explosive Revelation

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Hi A Phoenix

 

Hats off to you. You really know how to create powerful drama simply by using text on a black background! 🙂

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2 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The Great Revelation

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If Owen's deciphering is true, this is pretty strong stuff to say to a Queen as temperamental and vindictive as Elizabeth. She epitomised absolute monarchy. It's a wonder that Robert Cecil wasn't incarcerated for repeating such a slur.

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