lari Posted January 28 Share Posted January 28 (edited) (From a Bacon-curious person) Considering that the Baconian theory is true, what other historical facts does it imply? I've seen a few things being discussed here and some which I've thought about: 1 - Edward de Vere and Elizabeth being Bacon's parents. So what was their relationship to him? Did he know? What did the Keeper of the Ring had to do with Bacon? How did they manage to hide this from the public and from the court? Many people would've known, and the fact would've eventually come to light somehow, wouldn't it? 2 - There's a longstanding plot by Academic or economic elites to hide the truth that Bacon wrote Shakespeare. What was/is it? How did/does it happen, considering the difficulty of it all? Why did/does it happen? 3 - Who was the real William Shakespeare? Which works are his, and which of them are Bacon's? 4 - Bacon was a part or maybe founded the Freemasonry. What was his purpose with that? Apparently it had something to do with his decline in support within the British aristocracy. Was this the reason why he chose to encrypt his literary texts? 5 - What was Bacon's purpose in life after all? What was he fighting for and against? Was Bacon an atheist? 6 - What ideologies (I know this term is antithetical to the works, but you know what I mean) or schools of thought are inconsistent with Bacon's view of the World? I see that he critized the medieval Christian philosophies in Novum Organum. If this question is innapropriate to the Forum's purpose, please forgive me, ignore it and, if possible, edit it out for me, as I'll be busy in the next hours. That's about all I could think of. If someone has any important facts unrelated to the topics I brought up, or if anyone wants to add more questions, I ask you to do so, as the purpose of this post for me is to get as immersed as I can within the Baconian narrative. Thank you for those who answered, in advance. Edit: stylistic errors Edited January 28 by lari 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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