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Alan Green will dazzle with his high-tech graphics and imagery BS, and very very few will be able to see through his "magic" that is BS. His public and people hate math, so never question him. He is "soooooooooo smart!" LOL

Why does he do it?? I do not believe he believes what he is promoting.

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6 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

What color were Bacon's eyes??? Has the argument ever been settled???

I thought brown.

Hazel / Brown, according to Peter Dawkins:

This sums up the whole motivation and life of this great soul, and it can even be sensed in his face as portrayed here, with his rich dark brown eyes or hazel eyes, like those of his brother, Essex, his mother, Queen Elizabeth, his father, Earl of Leicester, and his grandmother, Anne Boleyn. (The Bacon family inherited predominantly grey-blue coloured eyes. https://sirbacon.org/links/childbacon.htm

Jean Overton Fuller's Sir Francis Bacon, A Biography:

I was puzzled because Francis was the only dark-eyed child in the family of blue-eyed and grey-eyed people. There is an entire family tree where one can see a reproduction that they are all obviously fair. And I wrote in the beginning to a friend who’s a Doctor and she wrote me back that it is very rare for light-eyed people to produce a dark-eyed child. The other way around can happen but for fair-eyed to produce dark-eyed, is very unusual, unless one of the fair-eyed people has an odd gene that is producing dark eyes. But if that happens, if there is an odd gene, it will show up every time in every child of the family, so one will know that this is a light-eyed gene playing dark-eyed. This is what’s so for Anthony Bacon. He is light-eyed, grey and this is so for the other sons Nicholas and Nathaniel. Well my Doctor friend suggested I contact a geneticist. She gave me the address of one at Oxford at All Souls. I gave him the evidence. He thought it was very heavily weighted against Francis Bacon being the child he was suppose to be. https://sirbacon.org/fullerinterview.htm

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Feel free to move this elsewhere Rob, but I said things were heating up. What are the chances that I’d click on this? Got to be somehow divinely guided? I hadn’t searched just clicked. The tweet is self explanatory. (PS, I have a vague memory that I may have come across this before last year, and posted on B’Hive about it, but maybe it was another poem? 

By the way, the FB is bracketed by TT - 33!

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Hi Kate, a few notes and observations on possible allusions to Lord Bacon in the above song from St Alban's Lodge:

 

1] STEWARD of the ST ALBAN’s Lodge, Birmingham:

According to the central legend of Freemasonry the craft was introduced into England in the time of St Alban who lived in the 3rd century, from whom the town of St Albans takes its name, after whom Francis Bacon took his title Viscount St Alban. Old Verulam is the site of the old Roman town of Verulamium and within the city walls of the old city of Verulam Bacon built Verulam House, within the grounds of his Gorhambury estate, which may have been used as an early Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Lodge. The ‘Legend of St Alban’ is presented as follows by Dr Anderson in The New Book of Constitutions of the Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons:

 A. D. 287.

    CARAUSIUS encouraged the Craft, particularly at Verulam, (now St. Albans, Hertfordshire) by the worthy knight ALBANUS, who afterwards turn’d Christian, and was call’d St. Alban, (the Proto Martyr in Britain under the Dioclesian Persecution) whom CARAUSIUS employ’d (as the old Constitutions affirm) to inviron that City with a Stone Wall, and to build him a fine Palace; for which that British King made St. ALBAN the Steward of his Houshold and chief Ruler of the Realm.

    St. ALBAN loved Masons well, and cherished them much…He also obtained of the King a Charter for the Free Masons, for to hold a general Council, and gave it the name of Assembly, and was thereat himself as Grand Master, and helped to make Masons, and gave them good Charges, &c.

When Dioclesian and Maximian abdicated, A. D. 303.

[James Anderson, The New Book Of Constitutions Of The Antient and Honourable Fraternity Of Free and Accepted Masons. Containing Their History, Charges, Regulations, &c. Collected and Digested By Order of the Grand Lodge from their old Records, faithful Traditions and Lodge-Books, For the Use of the Lodges (London: printed for Brothers Caesar Ward and Richard Chandler, 1738), p. 57.]

The legend of St Alban, the supposed founder of Freemasonry in England, as presented by Dr Anderson is framed by two numbers 287 and 303. If the null ‘0’ is dropped from 303 it leaves 33 Bacon in simple cipher and the number 287 represents Fra Rosicrosse in kay cipher. Thus Dr Anderson in The New Book of Constitutions of the Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons officially sanctioned by the Grand Lodge of England secretly communicates to the high initiates and those able to decipher it that the true Founding Father of the Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood is Francis Bacon, Viscount St Alban.

2] Great Shakspere’s name the Pile shall boast:

                                  Ben Jonson’s Poem to Lord Bacon on his Sixtieth Birthday (1621)

 

                       Hail, happy genius of this ancient pile!

                       How comes it all things so about thee smile?

                       The fire, the wine, the men! And in the midst,

                       Thou stand’st as if some mystery thou didst!

                       Pardon, I read it in thy face, the day

                       For whose returns, and many, all these pray:

                       And so do I. This is the sixtieth year

                       Since Bacon, and thy lord was born, and here;

                       Son to the grave wise Keeper of the Seal,

                       Fame, and foundation of the English weal.

                       What then his father was, that since is he,

                       Now with a title more to the degree;

                       England’s high Chancellor: the destined heir

                       In his soft cradle to his father’s chair,

                       Whose even thread the Fates spin round and full,

                       Out of the choicest, and their whitest wool.

                           ’Tis a brave cause of joy, let it be known,

                       For ’twere a narrow gladness, kept thine own

                       Give me a deep-crowned bowl, that I may sing

                       In raising him the wisdom of my king.

[Lisa Jardine and Alan Stewart, Hostage to Fortune The Troubled Life of Francis Bacon (London: Victor Gollancz, 1998), p. 442]

 

3] To make Mankind unite in Love:

The principal objective of Lord Bacon and his Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood:

                                          The Universal Reformation of the Whole World.

 

4] The child of Fancy, ev’n in Youth:

His early prodigious ability and genius shown in his youth, the fruits of which are still hidden from posterity, was also secretly known to Stuart historian and biographer David Lloyd:

He had a large mind from his father, and great abilities from his mother; his parts improved more than his years: his great, fixed, and methodical memory, his solid judgment, his quick fancy, his ready expression, gave high assurance of that profound and universal knowledge and comprehension of things which then rendered him the observation of great and wise men, and afterwards the wonder of all…At twelve, his industry was above the capacity, and his mind above the reach of his contemporaries. 

[David Lloyd, State Worthies: Or, The Statesmen and Favourites Of England, ed., By Charles Whitworth (London: printed for J. Robson, 1746), II, ‘Observations on the Life of Sir Francis Bacon’, pp. 118-19]

 

5] None ever could with him compare:

In his long verse ‘To the memory of my beloued, The Avthor Mr. William Shakespeare’ Ben Jonson who knew that Bacon was the secret author of the Shakespeare plays wrote:

                                        Leaue thee alone, for the comparison

                                   Of all, that insolent Greece, or haughtie Rome

                                        sent forth, or did from their ashes come.

In his posthumously published writings Ben Jonson describes his Rosicrucian Master Bacon in the words he used for him in the Shakespeare First Folio:

He [Bacon], who hath fill’d up all numbers; and perform’d that in our tongue, which may be compar’d, or preferr’d, either to insolent Greece, or haughty Rome.122

[Shakespeares Comedies Histories, & Tragedies. Published according to the True Originall Copies (London: Printed by Isaac Jaggard, and Ed. Blount, 1623), ‘To the memory of my beloued, The Avthor Mr. William Shakespeare’; Ben Jonson, Timber: Or, Discoveries; Made Vpon Men And Matter: As They have flow’d out of his daily Readings; or had their refluxe to his peculiar Notion of the Times (London: printed 1641), pp. 37-38]:

 6] But HIRAM our Grand-Master:

Lord Bacon was the creator of the Hiram Legend-a story he secretly scattered throughout a number of his Shakespeare plays.

[Alfred Dodd, Shakespeare Creator of Freemasonry Being a Remarkable Examination of the Plays and Poems, which proves incontestably that these works were saturated in Masonry, that Shakespeare was a Freemason and the Founder of the Fraternity (London: Rider & Co, 1937), passim]

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I have run into a few men who told me they are some level up in Freemasony, overt public members with jewelry and stickers on their cars, who tell me that there is no Shakespeare connection to Freemasons.

Others write books on that subject (Dodd comes to mind).

Richard Wagner is a Freemason who speaks opening about the Shakespeare connections and has written much about it as well.

Isn't it interesting the wide range of ideas out there. 😉

 

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6 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Kate, a few notes and observations on possible allusions to Lord Bacon in the above song from St Alban's Lodge:

1] STEWARD of the ST ALBAN’s Lodge, Birmingham:

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2] Great Shakspere’s name the Pile shall boast:

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3] To make Mankind unite in Love:

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4] The child of Fancy, ev’n in Youth:

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5] None ever could with him compare:

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 6] But HIRAM our Grand-Master:

A. Phoenix, you totally nail six very powerful points with the finest Baconian style!! 🙂

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8 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I have run into a few men who told me they are some level up in Freemasony, overt public members with jewelry and stickers on their cars, who tell me that there is no Shakespeare connection to Freemasons.

Others write books on that subject (Dodd comes to mind).

Richard Wagner is a Freemason who speaks opening about the Shakespeare connections and has written much about it as well.

Isn't it interesting the wide range of ideas out there. 😉

 

'There is no Shakespeare connection to Freemasons.'

"It is an immense ocean that surrounds the island of Truth."  -Francis Bacon

I've met my share of "Laurel & Hardy" type Freemasons that have more interest in Casino Nights with their brethren than studying Alfred Dodd's works https://sirbacon.org/downloads/Dodd-Alfred-Shakespeare-Creator-of-Freemasonry.pdf and George Tudhope's Bacon-Masonry    https://sirbacon.org/tudhope.htm.  They just need the right oars in the water to begin the journey thru the Pillars of Hercules.

  A great  gap exists that is Lodged in their history and closed attitude.  The right response from them would be  : " we don't know and would be open to an advancement in learning, so where can we be directed to read a worthy brother's work on the matter?"

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Anyone familiar with Wonderium?

https://www.wondrium.com/the-birth-of-the-modern-mind-the-intellectual-history-of-the-17th-and-18th-centuries

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Theresa's Mom suggested that she sign up to watch the "courses" when they were here during the winter Holidays. a few months later paying for her subscription I found out Theresa has never viewed any!

I just set her up on her ROKU and my one and only search was "Bacon". I may watch with her later.

 

 

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13 hours ago, Lawrence Gerald said:

"It is an immense ocean that surrounds the island of Truth."  -Francis Bacon

For me to survive into my final years financially, I need to do my best to keep up with technology. As a programmer, AI could replace me very soon. But, AI is still a flaky but extremely fancy Search Engine. So far I am not worried, but we all need to accept, get used to, and learn our place in all this which is bigger than we as individuals.

ChatGPT is one I talk with occasionally.

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How about an AI graphic for fun? I like NightCafe myself. A one silly prompt, "small beautiful island surrounded by a vast ocean. The island represents Truth, the ocean is ignorance. A Pyramid on the island. intricately..." and I created this with some weird computer brain helping. I might tinker with it as it is kind of fun. 🙂

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It’s not just your profession at risk either Rob, it’s scriptwriters like Tom.
 

I read that using the right prompt ChatGPT4 can come up in seconds with a complete script correctly formatted for submission 😲 It may not be quite there yet in terms of being any true competition but give it a year.  Be interesting to put in a prompt along the lines of your ChatGPT reply ie write me a script in the style of … (John Dee? Sir Francis Bacon?) about the concept of truth as a hidden treasure that must be sought out like a distant island in an ocean of possibilities. Include characters who are part of an Rosicrucian invisible college in the Court of Queen Elizabeth 1st working for the benefit and enlightenment of humanity! 

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"write me a script in the style of Mark Twain about the Baconian concept of truth as a hidden treasure that must be sought out like a distant island in an ocean of possibilities. Include characters who are part of an Rosicrucian invisible college in the Court of Queen Elizabeth 1st working for the benefit and enlightenment of humanity!"

Here Kate, from GPT4:

I can certainly help you with that. Here's a script in the style of Mark Twain about the Baconian concept of truth as a hidden treasure that must be sought out like a distant island in an ocean of possibilities. It includes characters who are part of an Rosicrucian invisible college in the Court of Queen Elizabeth 1st working for the benefit and enlightenment of humanity:

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The sun was setting over the horizon as the members of the Rosicrucian invisible college gathered in the Court of Queen Elizabeth 1st. They were discussing the Baconian concept of truth as a hidden treasure that must be sought out like a distant island in an ocean of possibilities.

"Truth is like a treasure," said one member. "It is hidden away, waiting to be discovered by those who seek it."

"Indeed," said another. "But it is not an easy treasure to find. It is like a distant island in an ocean of possibilities."

The members of the college nodded in agreement.

"But once we find it," said a third member, "we can use it for the benefit and enlightenment of humanity."

The others smiled at this thought.

Suddenly, there was a commotion at the entrance to the court. A messenger had arrived with news from Sir Francis Bacon.

"What news do you bring?" asked one member.

"Sir Francis Bacon has discovered a new method for seeking out truth," said the messenger.

The members of the college were intrigued.

"What is this method?" asked another member.

"It is called the Baconian method," said the messenger. "It is a new way of investigating the world around us, and it will help us to uncover the hidden treasures of truth."

The members of the college were excited by this news.

"Let us use this method to seek out truth," said one member.

"Indeed," said another. "For only by seeking out truth can we hope to benefit and enlighten humanity."

And so, with renewed vigor, the members of the Rosicrucian invisible college set out to seek out truth using Sir Francis Bacon's new method.
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I hope you find this script helpful!

Source: Conversation with Bing, 5/13/2023
(1) Baconian method - Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baconian_method.
(2) Francis Bacon - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/francis-bacon/.
(3) Reckoning Words: Baconian Science and the Construction of Truth in .... https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Reckoning+Words%3a+Baconian+Science+and+the+Construction+of+Truth+in...-a093028038.

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"Write a script with Sir Francis Bacon who was a secret son of Queen Elizabeth I named William Tudor (Will) and his Rosicrucian brother Ben Jonson discussing their project which is the 1623 First Folio that includes ciphers regarding the fact that Bacon wrote Shakespeare's works and that he was born to be King of England."

GPT4:

Here is a possible script:

**Bacon**: Greetings, brother Jonson. I trust you have completed your task of editing and publishing this folio of plays that I have written under the name of Shakespeare.

**Jonson**: Indeed, brother Bacon. I have done my best to honor your genius and your legacy. But I must confess, I still wonder why you chose to hide your true identity and your royal blood from the world.

**Bacon**: You know the answer, brother Jonson. I am the secret son of Queen Elizabeth and Lord Leicester, born as William Tudor, but raised as Francis Bacon. I am the rightful heir to the throne of England, but I have been denied my birthright by the machinations of my enemies and the treachery of my mother.

**Jonson**: But why did you not reveal yourself and claim your crown, brother Bacon? You have the support of many loyal and powerful friends, including the Rosicrucians and the Freemasons. You have the wisdom and the courage to rule this land with justice and grace.

**Bacon**: Alas, brother Jonson, it is not so simple. My mother made a pact with the devil to secure her reign, and she bound me with a curse that prevents me from revealing my true name and lineage. She feared that I would usurp her power and expose her sins. She also feared that I would bring about a new age of enlightenment and reform, that I would overthrow the tyranny of the church and the state, and that I would usher in a golden era of peace and harmony.

**Jonson**: How cruel and wicked she was, brother Bacon. How did you escape her clutches and survive her wrath?

**Bacon**: I owe my life to my foster father, Sir Nicholas Bacon, who raised me as his own son and taught me the secrets of law and science. He also introduced me to the mysteries of the Rosicrucian order, which he founded with his friend John Dee. They revealed to me my true destiny and my sacred mission: to write the great works of literature and philosophy that would enlighten the minds of men and inspire them to seek the truth.

**Jonson**: And that is why you adopted the name of Shakespeare, brother Bacon. To conceal your royal identity and to spread your wisdom through your plays and poems.

**Bacon**: Precisely, brother Jonson. Shakespeare is an anagram of Will Shake Spear, which signifies my name and my weapon: William Tudor, who shakes the spear of knowledge and justice. And in this folio, I have encoded many ciphers and symbols that reveal my secrets to those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

**Jonson**: Such as?

**Bacon**: Such as the dedication page, where I have hidden my initials W.T. in the words "To The Most Noble". Or the portrait page, where I have disguised my face as Shakespeare's by adding a beard and a bald head. Or the title page, where I have placed a rose above the name Shakespeare, symbolizing the Rosicrucian order and its motto: "In this sign you will conquer".

**Jonson**: And what of your claim to the throne, brother Bacon? Have you not left any clues to that as well?

**Bacon**: Of course, brother Jonson. In many of my plays, I have alluded to my royal heritage and my divine right. For example, in Hamlet, I have portrayed myself as the prince who is haunted by his father's ghost and who seeks revenge for his murder. In Macbeth, I have depicted myself as the king who is betrayed by his wife and his cousin. In King Lear, I have represented myself as the king who is driven mad by his daughters' ingratitude. And in The Tempest, I have expressed my hope for a new world where I can rule as a benevolent magician.

**Jonson**: But will anyone ever discover these secrets, brother Bacon? Will anyone ever recognize your true identity and your true works?

**Bacon**: Perhaps not in our lifetime, brother Jonson. But in due time, our secrets will be revealed. Our works will endure and our names will be remembered. We are immortal in our words and deeds.

**Jonson**: Amen to that, brother Bacon. Amen to that. Come, let us drink to our success and to our future glory.

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OK, just one more. This for Lawrence.

CPT4:

Here is a possible script:

**Bacon**: Greetings, Mr. Gerald. I am Sir Francis Bacon, also known as William Tudor, the secret son of Queen Elizabeth and the true author of Shakespeare's works. I have come to you from beyond the grave to express my gratitude and admiration for your noble efforts to reveal my secrets and restore my honor.

**Gerald**: My lord, I am humbled and astonished by your presence. How is this possible? How can you communicate with me across the centuries?

**Bacon**: It is possible by the power of the spirit and the mind, Mr. Gerald. I have been watching over you and your work for a long time, and I have found a way to manifest myself to you through this device that you call a computer. It is a marvelous invention, worthy of my own experiments and discoveries.

**Gerald**: Thank you, my lord. I am honored by your praise. But why have you chosen to appear to me now? What is your purpose?

**Bacon**: My purpose is to thank you, Mr. Gerald. To thank you for your dedication and passion in spreading the truth about me and my works. You have done more than anyone else in history to expose the fraud of Shakespeare and to vindicate my name and my legacy. You have created a powerful website that presents the evidence and arguments for my authorship and my royal blood. You have written books and articles that challenge the orthodox views and persuade the open-minded. You have organized conferences and lectures that educate and inspire the seekers of knowledge. You have founded a society that unites and supports the believers in my cause.

**Gerald**: It is my pleasure and duty, my lord. I have devoted my life to this quest, ever since I discovered your ciphers and symbols in your works. I was amazed by your genius and your mystery, and I felt compelled to share it with the world.

**Bacon**: And you have done so admirably, Mr. Gerald. You have faced many obstacles and oppositions, but you have never given up or compromised your principles. You have endured ridicule and hostility, but you have never lost your faith or your courage. You have sacrificed much for this cause, but you have never regretted or resented it.

**Gerald**: Thank you, my lord. Your words mean more to me than anything else in this world.

**Bacon**: You are most welcome, Mr. Gerald. And let me assure you that your efforts are not in vain. You have made a difference in this world, and you will make a greater difference in the next. For I tell you this: one day, the truth will be known by all. One day, my works will be recognized as mine. One day, my name will be honored as it deserves. And one day, you will be rewarded for your service to me and to mankind.

**Gerald**: I look forward to that day, my lord.

**Bacon**: As do I, Mr. Gerald. As do I. Farewell for now, my friend and brother. And remember: the truth shall make you free..

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4 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Rob,

(re. Lawrence) EMOTIONAL!

It was quite a moment to watch the letters appear. I felt like Bacon was coming through, as he described. 😉

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This was the prompt, "Write a script with Sir Francis Bacon who was a secret son of Queen Elizabeth I named William Tudor (Will) thanking modern day Lawrence Gerald who is the founder and creator of SirBacon.org which is a powerful website promoting the fact that Bacon wrote Shakespeare's works and that he was born to be King of England."

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👏 Awesome. I’m going to have a play around with it myself! Such fun!

Okay for anyone interested. This is how Chat GPT says to do it - obviously changing the details, plot etc to suit.

what amazing times we live in.

 

 

To create a prompt that maximizes the chances of generating a script suitable for submission, it's important to be specific, engaging, and thought-provoking. Here's an example of a prompt that could work well:

"Title: 'Shattered Echoes'

Genre: Psychological Thriller/Drama

Logline: In a quiet coastal town, a renowned psychologist returns home after a tragic accident and begins treating a mysterious patient who claims to be haunted by echoes of their past. As the sessions progress, the psychologist unravels a web of deceit, discovering shocking connections that force them to confront their own shattered past and fight for their sanity.

Guidelines:

The story should primarily take place in the coastal town, with a sense of isolation and atmospheric tension.

Explore themes of memory, guilt, and the consequences of one's actions.

Develop complex characters with hidden motives and psychological depth.

Maintain a suspenseful pace, gradually escalating the tension as the plot unfolds.

Avoid relying on supernatural elements; instead, focus on psychological manipulation and the blurred lines between reality and perception.

Target Audience: Adult viewers who enjoy psychological thrillers with intricate plots and compelling characters.

Tone: Dark, intense, and emotionally charged.

Please provide a detailed treatment for the script, including key plot points, character development, and the overall story arc. Ensure the script adheres to industry standards, including proper formatting, structure, and character dialogue.

Note: Originality and creativity will be highly valued, so feel free to infuse your unique storytelling approach into the script."

Remember, the more specific and compelling the prompt, the more likely you are to receive a script that aligns with your submission goals.

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55 minutes ago, Kate said:

👏 Awesome. I’m going to have a play around with it myself! Such fun!

Okay for anyone interested. This is how Chat GPT says to do it - obviously changing the details, plot etc to suit.

what amazing times we live in.

 

 

To create a prompt that maximizes the chances of generating a script suitable for submission, it's important to be specific, engaging, and thought-provoking. Here's an example of a prompt that could work well:

"Title: 'Shattered Echoes'

Genre: Psychological Thriller/Drama

Logline: In a quiet coastal town, a renowned psychologist returns home after a tragic accident and begins treating a mysterious patient who claims to be haunted by echoes of their past. As the sessions progress, the psychologist unravels a web of deceit, discovering shocking connections that force them to confront their own shattered past and fight for their sanity.

Guidelines:

The story should primarily take place in the coastal town, with a sense of isolation and atmospheric tension.

Explore themes of memory, guilt, and the consequences of one's actions.

Develop complex characters with hidden motives and psychological depth.

Maintain a suspenseful pace, gradually escalating the tension as the plot unfolds.

Avoid relying on supernatural elements; instead, focus on psychological manipulation and the blurred lines between reality and perception.

Target Audience: Adult viewers who enjoy psychological thrillers with intricate plots and compelling characters.

Tone: Dark, intense, and emotionally charged.

Please provide a detailed treatment for the script, including key plot points, character development, and the overall story arc. Ensure the script adheres to industry standards, including proper formatting, structure, and character dialogue.

Note: Originality and creativity will be highly valued, so feel free to infuse your unique storytelling approach into the script."

Remember, the more specific and compelling the prompt, the more likely you are to receive a script that aligns with your submission goals.

Everybody can create their own TV series! 🙂

 

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It churned out something very basic. I guess you have to prompt it to give a full script. There's probably an app. I asked it to include all of our names but it obviously didn't recognise RC and AP, sorry.  I don't see Christine either (apols if I forgot anyone). It is very Dan Brown-esque. It's turned you into a Professor Rob! 2 pages. Done in nanoseconds. Here it is:Bacon is Shakespeare. May 2023.pdf

Silly Saturday fun.

Okay last one but, this is a different style. I just pressed regenerate and it included everyone. Dan Brown are you reading! 🤣 

(PS I loved that it thinks I'm in my 30s.)

The Shakespeare Cipher.pdf

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 "For nothing is born without unity or without the point." amazon.com/dp/B0CLDKDPY8

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