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Hello everyone, I'm excited to share some news in this announcements section.

My book is now available in paperback.

The Secret Work of an Age was written to help people "pierce the veil".  

Galileo once said: Philosophy is written in this grand book — the universe — which stands continually open to our gaze, but it cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehend the language in which it is written

In my book readers will learn this language; the language of allegory, number codes and symbolism. Once that is 'cracked', life never looks the same again. It's liberating. One begins to see artwork, poetry, plays, music, names, books, and even our history and future, through a different lens. 

I do hope you'll consider purchasing a copy - I believe this book has the power to help people better understand Sir Francis Bacon's secret work, and to profoundly shift how one views the world.

 Amazon link to purchase

 

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On 11/19/2023 at 3:28 PM, Kate said:

My book is now available in paperback.

What a Treasure! I've been holding it, flipping the 400 plus pages in my hand, awesome quality book. I've read more of your eBook than I realized by opening random pages and scanning. Plus you have shared so much here on the B'Hive Forum.

Print! OMG!

Kate, you know a year ago I was all about suggesting Kindle to you. How wrong I was! Dangerously wrong!

Today more than maybe since 1623 does having a book in print matter.

We do enjoy so much of our critical and important antiquities being scanned and available to everyone on the internet. It is an infinite sandbox full of eternal treasures to pull out of the soft sand with bare hands and examine right now!

A few years ago I celebrated the potential, and still do. Yet now I have lost confidence that it will last my lifetime, much less for generations to come. In fact, it may be possible within a few years what we take for granted will be shutdown, banned, illegal for any working professional to even view. Archives.org has already been hushed. One day SirBacon.org may be gone unless one wants their head cut off, and within a few years forgotten.

2023 we are celebrating the publication of Bacon's First Folio. If it was not in print, it would not be the same as it is today even if it still exited.

Already books are being removed in Florida libraries because they are pretty scary to a small group of powerful individuals.

Kate, I have your print book I can read when I am forbidden to access the internet, if I find a place to hide it to keep it safe. 😉

My first Baconian book was Penn Leary's published in 1990. That book and my new book are touching on my desk. LOL

Imagine if Dodd's books were not in print. I think I have pirated Xerox copies in my collection. LOL

Rick Wagner? A very popular free online book, The Lost Secret of William Shakespeare is at risk of disappearing as fast as technology changes within the rules of whatever the rules are.

Christina Waldman? I have a special hardback copy that I cannot find online to buy today. One time I had all of Peter Dawkins books, but have not got back some I loaned out. 🙂

Me, Light-of-Truth? I have sent out just under a dozen copies of my clunky Pyramid PDF (with a few typos/errors) that I printed and bound at Kinkos many years ago. OMG! I hope at least one survives! When I launched my Pyramid page almost 20 years ago I forgot about print. "Why print, Internet will be forever."

UGH

Years past Lawrence and I have discussed how to make a book of the many thousands of pages on SirBacon.org! And now B'Hive has maybe as many!

Kate, you are immortal even post-WWW if that ever happens.

We ALL need to have some print legacy, just in case. 😉

2023 is telling us to leave print for the ages, I think. Kindle is great, as long as Kindle is an option. Anything printed can survive oppressive laws, hundreds of years, computer viruses, hackers or governments, even a total collapse of a society. It's happened before, right? And Bacon passed on some to us in his printed works?

 

 

 

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On 11/19/2023 at 3:28 PM, Kate said:

Once that is 'cracked', life never looks the same again. It's liberating. One begins to see artwork, poetry, plays, music, names, books, and even our history and future, through a different lens.

One of things your friends here on the B'Hive tend to relate you to is your gift for seeing, understanding, and sharing the two twos you find in Shakespeare and about (22).

For fun, here is a teaser from your book:

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The next page in your book which is page 33:

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Well you know I have to look at page 67, as required by my SirBacon.org B'Hive Cipher Degree. 😉

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Nice touch Kate. 😉

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In your copyright you state clearly, "No part of this book, nor any portion, may be reproduced, copied, or used in any manner without the written permission of the author."

Obviously I have violated that statement, not on purpose or maliciously. May I leave the images above to be viewed only here in this thread? Text, email, private message, or publicly request me to remove them if you wish.

 

 

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Hi Rob,

You made me smile. Gosh how far we have come since having to photocopy at Kinko's! I totally agree with you about the worrying situation of losing things to the ethers. Nothing can beat good old fashioned libraries and books by the bed - which I tend to scrawl all over and underline.

No problemo re these screenshots but I wouldn't encourage any more, simply because, as I kept banging on about at the front of the book, this is not a book to dip into but to unfold, so it can spoil that process for others who read it. Thanks for your high praise. I may edit the original entry to make it clear to anyone who lands on this page from outside the forum, that it is a book about Bacon's Secret Work, but it is also so much more.

I just heard Alexander Waugh talking about how nobody can pierce the veil without an understanding of the number symbolism used by these Renaissance Masters. This, as you know but others may not, is the book to understand that symbolism and the associated use of wordplay and the wider cryptic playground.

Thanks again x 

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Hi Everyone just a reminder of the review I did when Kate first released her ebook and just wanted to re-present it to celebrate her fantastic achievement of getting it into print.

The Secret Work of an Age by Kate Cassidy

Review

This work takes the reader on an unforgettable journey through the history, ideas and themes of the wisdom tradition from the mists of time throughout the ages to the present day. The extraordinary breadth and depth of it is based and erected upon the solid foundation of meticulous and extensive research with supporting links provided on all the principle subjects covered in it.

It especially takes account of the known times of the Sumerians, Egyptians, the major continents of East and West, including in depth explorations of the arcane knowledge, wisdom and teachings of various secret societies, in particular, the Knights Templar, and the Rosicrucian and Freemasonry Brotherhoods.

At the head and heart of the seventeenth-century Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood stood the towering genius of its age Francis Bacon (concealed author of the Shakespeare works), the Founding Father of the Modern World, whose secret order founded the United States of America, here explored and explained with impressive penetration and insight.  

The secrets of these societies veiled in allegory, metaphor and symbolism, impenetrable to the profane and uninitiated, are teased out and explained by its author with remarkable and compelling clarity revealing what has been hidden and concealed from us in some instances for hundreds and thousands of years.  

It also displays a masterful grasp of the magic and mathematical qualities of numbers, geometry and trigonometry and their hidden significance and meaning found everywhere in the everyday world all around us.

Through its central esoteric theme As Above So Below it explores the nexus of the microcosm of man and the macrocosm of the universe and the cosmic laws that underpin and sustain human  existence.

In doing so it takes us on a fascinating and illuminating journey of the astrological/astronomical cosmos and its ages up to the current developing Age of Aquarius: one of Peace, Love and Light marked by the further revealing of long hidden secrets, the raising of the collective consciousness of man, and the eventual Universal Reformation of the Whole World, providing a unique opportunity for the fulfilment of humankind’s divine and ordained destiny. 

This book is a must read for all those who wish to possess a deeper understanding of who we are, where we came from, and the future direction of humanity, which will forever change the way we see the  world and our unique place in it.

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Wow, really wasn't expecting this at all Thank you so much for reposting, AP.  People can stamp on shoots or help and encourage growth. You definitely lie in the second category. You are generous to everybody, and yet always self-effacing about yourself and your ( and your partner's) incredible output and passion for FB and the forum. It's a really heart-warming quality.

When one produces anything , whether a book, an article, a video, a piece of music, a painting, something that has clearly taken a lot of effort and has a piece of your soul in it, you find out who has your back and who your real friends are - who wants to support you and who seems to want to see you fail; those who stay silent, or subtly big themselves up through pointing out errors . Life is endlessly instructive like that. You've taught me a lot. Thank you for being you, and endlessly encouraging.

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I've been playing around with an astonishing new AI application. This is the free version so it still has watermarks and my name on it. I had to swap a few pictures but the entire script is autogenerated from one short prompt.  Amazing. It's called invideoai

I can see this has uploaded to look massive. Not sure how to resize it (Rob?) I chose it for instagram reel size. I hope nothing is cut off, if it is I'll try again.

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16 hours ago, Kate said:

 

I've been playing around with an astonishing new AI application. This is the free version so it still has watermarks and my name on it. I had to swap a few pictures but the entire script is autogenerated from one short prompt.  Amazing. It's called invideoai

I can see this has uploaded to look massive. Not sure how to resize it (Rob?) I chose it for instagram reel size. I hope nothing is cut off, if it is I'll try again.

 

Hi Kate. That is one smart machine. I particularly liked the expression "a clandestine curriculum". Great ad for your marvellous book - for free! Woopee!! Do more!!!

 

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Thanks Eric! I did another one called Decoding Michelangelo:The Sistine Secret which is up on YouTube shorts and my Pinterest page. I store things on Pinterest but don't use it as a social platform.  https://www.pinterest.co.uk/thesecretwork/_saved/  Here's the link to the AI site as invdeo.ai takes you to a dud site. It is https://ai.invideo.io/login

You can only export four videos for free before you have to join.. I'll use my other two credits later down the line. I did redo my original video from 2021 so I'll post that here.  With this one it is also free but you can't get rid of the final 'credits' slide which is annoying.  Thanks again.

 

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11 minutes ago, Kate said:

Thanks Eric! I did another one called Decoding Michelangelo:The Sistine Secret which is up on YouTube shorts and my Pinterest page. I store things on Pinterest but don't use it as a social platform.  https://www.pinterest.co.uk/thesecretwork/_saved/  Here's the link to the AI site as invdeo.ai takes you to a dud site. It is https://ai.invideo.io/login

You can only export four videos for free before you have to join.. I'll use my other two credits later down the line. I did redo my original video from 2021 so I'll post that here.  With this one it is also free but you can't get rid of the final 'credits' slide which is annoying.  Thanks again.

 

👆Ensure sound is on and click the arrow.

I think you have a powerful medium to pursue. 😉

I'm going to play with it myself and have a paying client to work with. Not a Bacon subject, but fun anyway!

Thanks for sharing a Secret of this Age!!

I am impressed!

 

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