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The Special Baconiana edition commemorating the 400 Year Anniversary of the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio

On this day on 8 November 1623 the greatest secular book in the history of the world was entered on the Stationers' Register as the Shakespeare First Folio written and produced by Francis Bacon, the greatest poet and dramatist of all time.

To commemorate this incredible book The Francis Bacon Society (est. 1886) have published online a special edition of their journal Baconiana with 12 contributors providing 26 articles and videos drawn from different parts of the world - a truly international Baconian collaboration to celebrate this incomparable work and the greatest man who ever lived.

 

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

 

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54 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

To commemorate this incredible book The Francis Bacon Society (est. 1886) have published online a special edition of their journal Baconiana with 12 contributors providing 26 articles and videos drawn from different parts of the world - a truly international Baconian collaboration to celebrate this incomparable work and the greatest man who ever lived.

Fantastic and beautiful work, A. Phoenix!

Thank you for bringing Francis Bacon to the attention of the world on this 400 year anniversary of his First Folio. Imagine the thoughts, wishes, and dreams for the future that Bacon was sharing with Jonson and his inner circle of friends on this day 400 years ago. They would all be so proud of you and your work, as we all are today.

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1 hour ago, A Phoenix said:

The Special Baconiana edition commemorating the 400 Year Anniversary of the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio

On this day on 8 November 1623 the greatest secular book in the history of the world was entered on the Stationers' Register as the Shakespeare First Folio written and produced by Francis Bacon, the greatest poet and dramatist of all time.

To commemorate this incredible book The Francis Bacon Society (est. 1886) have published online a special edition of their journal Baconiana with 12 contributors providing 26 articles and videos drawn from different parts of the world - a truly international Baconian collaboration to celebrate this incomparable work and the greatest man who ever lived.

 

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

 

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C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S.  To All Contributors - especially to our tireless editors, the remarkable Phoenixes - for a suitably commemorative "bumper" issue on the occasion of the F F Quatercentenary. Thank you for taking such good care of our texts. 

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C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S.  To All Contributors - especially to our tireless editors, the remarkable Phoenixes - for a suitably commemorative "bumper" issue on the occasion of the F F Quatercentenary. Thank you for taking such good care of our texts. 

I should just like to add that a 78-page issue of Baconiana is a wonderful tribute and a marvellous achievement by Team Phoenix. Their initial vision of a significant commemorative issue was bold and unstoppable. They secretly and industriously combined our words in a form that everyone can see and read for as long as there is an Internet. And then they nonchalantly 'drop' this giant electronic tome into our metaphorical laps. Hey presto! I cannot begin to imagine the long hours of labour and love that were spent in the production of this magnificent tribute to Lord Bacon. (Which he thoroughly deserves.) As a resource, the Special Baconiana edition is so packed with knowledge about Sir Francis Bacon that it would take a decade to read if you followed all the links.

Once more, congratulations to all involved, and thank you too to Lawrence Gerald for hosting this space.

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AWESOME !!! Congrats A PHOENIX for this monumental Work ! Thank you for including my research in this Special Baconiana Edition, but must of all THANK YOU for your invaluable dedication to Francis Bacon and his legacy.

TAKE A BOW !❤️

I am looking forward to discovering the work of all the contributors 😊.

Great and Happy First Folio day !🎇

 

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I have been induced to think, that if there were a Beam of Knowledge derived from God upon any man in these modern times, it was upon him (Bacon): for though he was a great reader of books, yet he had not his knowledge from books, but from some grounds and notions within himself. --Dr. William Rawley , Bacon's Chaplain, Secretary & Confidant

 

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We are all proud of the Plus Ultra A. Phoenix Spear-Shaker Team for this great achievement and completing their vision on this day the 400th anniversary of Francis Bacon's Shakespeare First Folio. You have brought honor to Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson and all their Knights of the Helmet that masterminded the Greatest Literary Mystery of All time.

 More so for the last 3 years the A.Phoenix team has been dedicated to  righting wrongs, dropping truth revelations while  exposing the conventional memes of  tyranny from the Shakespeare Industrial Complex influencers tha manipulate and collude with the media, academia and publishers whose sole interest is to make $ off their deceptions while relegating truth irrelevant and blasphemous. 

However there is a cure for the Shakespeare dementia  and cognitive dissonance that exists. Despite all this and all our confused adversaries from other camps, we've been  long standing in making a difference as  hundreds of newcomers and students visit  sirbacon.org daily  with a passion for historical truth  seeing through the many distinctions that have been brought to light by the A. Phoenix team and all the other insightful Baconian contributors for the last 150 years.

I raise my glass in appreciation and gratitude to their tremendous and ongoing contributions and to the Francis Bacon Society for making this very special issue of Baconiana available to the public.

Lawrence Gerald

November 8th, 2023
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Thank you Lawrence and all our fellow contributors on B'Hive for your love and support. We truly appreciate it and it makes all the hard work so much more worthwhile and rewarding on this our collective Baconian quest for Truth and Justice for the Great One. 

The Phoenixes. 

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2 hours ago, Lawrence Gerald said:

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I have been induced to think, that if there were a Beam of Knowledge derived from God upon any man in these modern times, it was upon him (Bacon): for though he was a great reader of books, yet he had not his knowledge from books, but from some grounds and notions within himself. --Dr. William Rawley , Bacon's Chaplain, Secretary & Confidant

 

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8+13+14+20+5+12+2+5+17   + 2+0+2+3 =   103 SHAKESPEARE IN SIMPLE CIPHER  

 

We are all proud of the Plus Ultra A. Phoenix Spear-Shaker Team for this great achievement and completing their vision on this day the 400th anniversary of Francis Bacon's Shakespeare First Folio. You have brought honor to Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson and all their Knights of the Helmet that masterminded the Greatest Literary Mystery of All time.

 More so for the last 3 years the A.Phoenix team has been dedicated to  righting wrongs, dropping truth revelations while  exposing the conventional memes of  tyranny from the Shakespeare Industrial Complex influencers tha manipulate and collude with the media, academia and publishers whose sole interest is to make $ off their deceptions while relegating truth irrelevant and blasphemous. 

However there is a cure for the Shakespeare dementia  and cognitive dissonance that exists. Despite all this and all our confused adversaries from other camps, we've been  long standing in making a difference as  hundreds of newcomers and students visit  sirbacon.org daily  with a passion for historical truth  seeing through the many distinctions that have been brought to light by the A. Phoenix team and all the other insightful Baconian contributors for the last 150 years.

I raise my glass in appreciation and gratitude to their tremendous and ongoing contributions and to the Francis Bacon Society for making this very special issue of Baconiana available to the public.

Lawrence Gerald

November 8th, 2023
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Love the Purple Truth you wove into the Fabrick of your post. 😉

 

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Google remembered what today is, and someone sent a copy of the Droeshout to the edge of space to represent Earthlings to higher intelligent aliens.

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EDIT: I changed "outer-space" to "edge of space" to stay in line with today's news headlines.

Does the concept of "edge of space" seem strange to you? Who came up with that? Is it a joke?

"I'm sending a copy of the Droeshout engraving to the edge of space on November 8, 2023."

Edge of space? Doesn't even make sense. 😉

 

EDIT 2: ChatGPT reminded me that we live in a Bubble on Earth and the thin layer that separates our atmosphere from space is called the "edge of space". I was not thinking inside the Bubble. 🙂

 

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

A PHOENIX

A Phoenix is an independent scholar researching the areas of Francis Bacon, the true authorship of the Shakespeare Works and the Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood. The other half of the Phoenix team has been a Baconian and FBS member for over 30 years and with her partner has written and produced several books, 30 academic papers, 50 plus videos and a film script about the life and times of Francis Bacon entitled Spearshaker, with Baconian actor and teacher Jonathon Freeman as Francis Bacon. Her personal background is in English literature, media and drama and she has a first class honours degree in English and Theatre Studies.

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

PETER DAWKINS

Educated at King Edward’s High School, Birmingham, and St Catherine’s College, Cambridge Peter Dawkins is the founder-director of the Francis Bacon Research Trust founded in 1980 and a recognised authority on Francis Bacon, Shakespeare and the Rosicrucians.

He is a philosopher, historian, author, lecturer, teacher and leader of workshops, seminars and special events in many countries around the world. He has given his Wisdom of Shakespeare  lectures and seminars at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre in London, with the actor Sir Mark Rylance, the first Artistic Director at the Globe, and directed Mystery of Shakespeare Events in Italy and Sicily with both Sir Mark and Julia Cleave.

In 2008 Peter received an award for distinguished scholarship in Shakespeare studies from Concordia University, Portland, Oregon, USA. 

He is the leading Baconian scholar of his generation and a voluminous author producing more than a dozen works related to Francis Bacon and Shakespeare, including:

Peter Dawkins, Dedication to the Light: The Love Affair of Elizabeth I and Leicester the Birth and Adoption of Francis Bacon (The Francis Bacon Research Trust, 1984)

Peter Dawkins, Arcadia: The Life and Times of Francis Bacon, 1579-1585 (The Francis Bacon Research Trust, 1988)

Peter Dawkins, Building Paradise the Freemasonic and Rosicrucian Six Days’ Work (Francis Bacon Research Trust, 2001)

Peter Dawkins, The Shakespeare Enigma (London: Polair Publishing, 2004)

Peter Dawkins, Second-Seeing Shakespeare (The Francis Bacon Research Trust, 2020) 

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

LAWRENCE GERALD

The American Baconian Lawrence Gerald holds a BA degree in psychology from Sonoma State University in California. He is a professional videographer and photographer as well as an occasional freelance journalist in Northern California who has been documenting his experiences on the authorship controversy around the USA and England for over 33 years via the largest Baconian website in the world. An indispensable resource for all Bacon-Shakespeare scholars and students it boasts a whole library of important rare and otherwise difficult to obtain Baconian publications, countless academic paper and articles, and an enormous video library, encompassing more than 150 years of Baconian scholarship.

In October 2022 the much-loved sirbacon.org celebrated it twenty-fifth anniversary and earlier in the same year on 31 January its founder-director Lawrence Gerald in conjunction with Rob Fowler launched a dearly needed forum for Baconians, by Baconians, to discuss the vast range of topics about and related to Francis Bacon. The development has proved a remarkable success with large number of daily posts (anywhere on average from around a dozen upwards and often many more) from contributors stationed in many different parts of the world.  

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

ROB FOWLER

From an early age Treasure Hunting has been in the blood of Baconian Rob Fowler growing up with his parents in the wide-open public lands of Colorado wandering around the vast expanses of wilderness collecting crystals, agates, petrified wood and dinosaur bones, and any other treasure he came across. Thereafter the noble pursuit of all kinds of tangible and spiritual treasures, akin to his own personal Baconian journey of the advancement of knowledge and enlightenment, has proved the guiding light of his life.

With divine synchronicity this all crystallized after he attended a gathering at a beautiful home in California in late 1996 where he noticed a striking portrait in the hallway of the house which immediately arrested his attention. He asked someone about the “Shakespeare” portrait, and they said “Oh, you need to ask Lawrence about that. It is not Shakespeare; it is Francis Bacon.” He was subsequently introduced to Lawrence Gerald, who provided him with a two-hour introduction on all things Francis Bacon, was handed a stack of Xeroxed pages from Alfred Dodd, Peter Dawkins, et al, and various articles from Baconiana many of them based on his curiosity about ciphers.

SirBacon.org was not then a reality but it soon would be when it was launched by Lawrence in October 1997 from which time it has grown into the largest Baconian website in the world. This eventually gave birth on 31 January 2022 to the B’Hive Forum, a platform created by Rob (in conjunction with Lawrence) who by profession is a techno expert, which in next to no time has already become the most visited Baconian Forum around the Globe.    

By his own account, learning about Francis Bacon is the biggest treasure he ever stumbled upon. His dear friend Lawrence satisfied his insatiable desire to learn all he could about Lord Bacon with Baconian articles and artwork. Early in his Baconian passion Peter Dawkins set him on a Baconian “treasure hunt” and to this day it is still the all-consuming passion of his life.

Rob wants to thank Lawrence Gerald and Peter Dawkins for sharing the Keys when he was ready 25 years ago. Also A. Phoenix for rising from the Baconian ashes and doing all of the critically important research and Baconian work that they do today. Special thanks and recognition to Yann Le Merlus who has taken most of the weight off Rob’s shoulders as he was worried he was sadly one of the last Baconian Treasure Hunters. Rob wants to thank all of our amazing Sirbacon.org B’Hive members, The Francis Bacon Society, and all Baconians past, present, and future who work so hard to bring Bacon’s Truth to Light!

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

JONO FREEMAN

Jonathon Freeman is a UK-born Australian Drama teacher, director and performer. A qualified and accredited teacher from NSW, he has since taught across a number of curriculums internationally. He is trained in IB Drama and Theatre, with experience in Theatre and young people, amongst a variety of contexts, environments, and countries. He has continued working in performance, being trained as an actor at the Ensemble Studios in Sydney, graduating in 1999. He also graduated with a Masters in Theatre from the University of Amsterdam in 2018. Having conducted some research regarding the Shakespeare Authorship Issue at that time, he went on to create a YouTube channel (Jono Freeman33), to continue developing as a practitioner and share findings with a diverse audience.

In his own irrepressible style Jono has produced more than a dozen brilliant irreverent and iconoclastic videos on various aspects relating to Bacon and his authorship of the Shakespeare works. Along the way he has pointedly cocked a snook at the pomposity and absurdness of the Stratfordian grandees who peddle the false myth that William Shakspere of Stratford wrote the Shakespeare works.

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

 

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

YANN LE MERLUS

 ‘The man behind Allisnum2er’: Yann Le Merlus, a Frenchman, became interested in Francis Bacon some six years ago in a unique way thanks to Oracle Cards that inspired him with a story revolving around John Dee, Lord Bacon and the Rosy-Cross.

 He let the Oracle be his guide, and while writing and researching for this story, he came to realize that this process was an initiation. His research led him to the First Folio, and all seemed to be saying to him that he had a role to play in its deciphering.

 From here he started taking a real interest in the role of Sir Francis Bacon in the Shake-speare works. Inspired by the writings and videos of Peter Dawkins and the videos of the Francis Bacon Society, he took the plunge and began his own investigation.

This modest, humble and self-effacing man possesses a unique and unrivalled knowledge of rare esoteric and emblematic literature published in Latin and other languages from which he has revealed and explained hitherto unknown secrets about Francis Bacon, his authorship of the Shakespeare works and the Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood. He is the most original and innovative Baconian-Shakespearean scholar and textual cryptographer alive today.

He has thus far set out his truly remarkable and frankly astonishing findings in his already large number of highly recommended must-see videos and more than 1300 written posts on B’Hive containing countless previously unknown or unrevealed world firsts confirming Francis Bacon is Shakespeare. 

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

KATE CASSIDY

Kate Cassidy has spent over four decades studying and researching Eastern and Western philosophies, esoteric wisdom, ‘secret’ societies, and the language of symbolism. Kate lives in England but has also resided in the USA and France, as well as having travelled extensively around the world, gaining a diverse range of knowledge and experience.

In her ground-breaking eBook The Secret Work of an Age Kate illuminates the wisdom of the ancient Templar, Freemasonic, and Rosicrucian Orders. This thought-provoking information dispels rampant disinformation and reveals the extensive use of allegory, analogy, and allusion throughout history.

 It has deservedly received wide critical acclaim from the Baconian community most notably from Peter Dawkins, director-founder of the Francis Bacon Research Trust, and members of the Freemasonry Brotherhood including Dr Christopher Earnshaw 33rd Degree, author of the Spiritual Freemasonry Series.

 The Secret Work of an Age will shortly be available on Amazon as a paperback. Current reviews for the eBook can be found on The-Secret-Work.com

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

ERIC ROBERTS

Our Australian Baconian Eric Roberts has a background in film and local community arts. He is the world expert on the portraiture and iconography of Francis Bacon and possesses a wide knowledge on Shakespearean, Elizabethan, and European Renaissance Art.

It was in his fifties, Eric says, when he finally woke up to the myth of “Shakespeare”. The only way he could think of how to contribute to Baconian studies was to conduct a survey of all known portraits of Sir Francis Bacon that were produced during his lifetime. This turned out to be a long and fascinating journey. For the first time he collected and produced the portraits of Lord Bacon and brought them together under the umbrella of an accessible single collection together with wherever possible a detailed provenance and history of the painting containing information in many instances made known by Eric for the first time.

‘Collectively, the fourteen images in this gallery of portraits constitute the most accurate impression available of how Sir Francis Bacon appeared to his contemporaries. All except one were reputedly executed during his lifetime, between babyhood and advanced old age. It is extraordinary that so little is known regarding the portraits of such a central figure in the history of Western civilisation. This deficiency of art historical research has led to some confusion over the dates and identities of the artists of several of the portraits, and controversy still remains as to whether or not Francis is depicted in at least one of the images included in this collection. Even so, these art works passed down to us over four and a half centuries provide an essential, tangible link with the transformative heart and mind of Sir Francis Bacon, Baron Verulam, Viscount St Alban.’

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

SUSAN ROBERTS

Our longstanding special Baconian Ambassador Down Under Susan Roberts has produced four videos in her series Is Bacon Shakespeare? Her well-received videos provide a well-researched presentation of important evidence supporting and illustrating Bacon’s authorship of the Shakespeare works delivered in an accessible and engaging style which have attracted a total of 25,000 views and still rising.

In addition to her video productions Susan has for many years given classes at the U3A (The University of the Third Age), which is part of an international movement for the education of largely retired members of the local community, providing in-depth lectures on the Shakespeare plays elucidating the multi-layered complex meanings of the various texts. In the manner of an intrepid Baconian she also incorporates into her lectures aspects of the true authorship of the poems and plays opening the minds of some of her students who hitherto were believers in the Stratfordian myth.  

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

ROBIN BROWNE

Born in Buckinghamshire in the United Kingdom Robin Browne has enjoyed a long and successful career as a cinematographer working on some of the most noteworthy films of his generation: The Battle of Britain, The Fall of the Roman Empire, Born Free, and four James Bond films On Her Majestys Secret Service, The Spy who Loved Me, Moonraker and For your Eyes only. As seen, his association with the Bond films stretches back to the late 1960s and Robin has just recently attended the 30th anniversary of the Ian Fleming Foundation celebration in Los Angeles. In 1991 he moved to Michigan and currently resides in the USA.  

In keeping with his deep interest in Baconian codes and ciphers he is currently in the process of completing a book on the life and work of the Baconian cryptographer Ewen MacDuff. Over the past two years Robin has been in regular contact with the Riverbank estate in Geneva, just outside of Chicago, the once vast utopian community founded by Colonel George Fabyan who supported Elizabeth Wells Gallup’s investigation into the presence of Bacon’s Biliteral Cipher in the First Folio and other Baconian works of the era. It was here that the Fraudulent Friedmans who headed the Riverbank Cipher Department worked alongside Gallup and thereafter denied and lied to the world about the discovery of Baconian ciphers in the Shakespeare works, both of whom secretly knew Bacon wrote the Shakespeare poems and plays. The Riverbank Cipher Department with its intimate connection to Bacon and Shakespeare was the birthplace of US cryptology, a forerunner of the National Security Agency (NSA), the most secretive arm of US Intelligence, whose special assistant to its first director, was William F. Friedman. In August 2023 Robin accompanied by his son was finally able to realise his long-held ambition to visit Riverbank where he learned more information about Colonel Fabyan and his estate which he hopes to share with us at some later date.  

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SPECIAL BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO

JEANIE DEAN

Jeanie Dean, author of essays, plays and poetry books: The Whole World Stopped and A New Alphabet. She is a dedicated metaphysical scholar, computer analyst, award-winning poet, dancer, film maker, designer and educator. Her essays on the reversed film gaze in the film The French Lieutenants Woman and ‘Re-seeding the Wasteland’ in the poetry of WS Merwin are published in Analecta Husseraliana: Journal of Phenomenology. She has presented poetry and public lectures for art events, academic conferences, libraries & metaphysical programs. She holds MAs in Mass Media and Literary Criticism and Computer Theory, teaches English at an American College, edits the Milwaukee Theosophical website, and serves as the Milwaukee Lodge Librarian.    

Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

 

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14 hours ago, Lawrence Gerald said:

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I have been induced to think, that if there were a Beam of Knowledge derived from God upon any man in these modern times, it was upon him (Bacon): for though he was a great reader of books, yet he had not his knowledge from books, but from some grounds and notions within himself. --Dr. William Rawley , Bacon's Chaplain, Secretary & Confidant

 

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8+13+14+20+5+12+2+5+17   + 2+0+2+3 =   103 SHAKESPEARE IN SIMPLE CIPHER  

 

We are all proud of the Plus Ultra A. Phoenix Spear-Shaker Team for this great achievement and completing their vision on this day the 400th anniversary of Francis Bacon's Shakespeare First Folio. You have brought honor to Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson and all their Knights of the Helmet that masterminded the Greatest Literary Mystery of All time.

 More so for the last 3 years the A.Phoenix team has been dedicated to  righting wrongs, dropping truth revelations while  exposing the conventional memes of  tyranny from the Shakespeare Industrial Complex influencers tha manipulate and collude with the media, academia and publishers whose sole interest is to make $ off their deceptions while relegating truth irrelevant and blasphemous. 

However there is a cure for the Shakespeare dementia  and cognitive dissonance that exists. Despite all this and all our confused adversaries from other camps, we've been  long standing in making a difference as  hundreds of newcomers and students visit  sirbacon.org daily  with a passion for historical truth  seeing through the many distinctions that have been brought to light by the A. Phoenix team and all the other insightful Baconian contributors for the last 150 years.

I raise my glass in appreciation and gratitude to their tremendous and ongoing contributions and to the Francis Bacon Society for making this very special issue of Baconiana available to the public.

Lawrence Gerald

November 8th, 2023
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FOLIO 400 have 17 essays on their website relating to the FF. Only 4 of these were written in the last 12 months. 

https://folio400.com/folio-phernalia/2/

SBT have a special tour (£25 a head or £60 family pass) 

https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/visit/plan-your-visit/house-ticket-prices/

There is Searching for Shakespeare on at the Folger

https://www.folger.edu/whats-on/programs/searching-for-shakespeare/

Lots of other FF related events around the world, but I see no conventional commemorative publication that comes close to the FBS / Sir Bacon / Phoenix Team's Tribute to Lord Bacon.

 

 

 

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A GOOGLE SEARCH FOR THE SPECIAL EDITION OF THE BACONIANA COMMEMORATING THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO 

WE ARE BIGGER THAN THE FOLGER SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY!😀

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Read the Anniversary Baconiana Journal:  https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Baconiana-11.pdf

The Francis Bacon Society est. 1886 - become a member: https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/

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