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The Treasons Act

In 1571 parliament passed the Treasons Act which made it treason to intend bodily harm to the queen, or levy war or incite others to make war against her, to affirm she has no right to the crown, but some other person, or to publish the queen is a heretic, schismatic, tyrant, infidel, or usurper of the crown, or to claim right to the crown, or to affirm the right of succession of the crown in some other than the queen. Or to say the laws and statutes do not bind the descent or inheritance concerning the succession to the throne. This is followed by: 

 

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Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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William Camden

The great Elizabethan historian William Camden (1551-1623) was twenty years old when this Act of Treason was passed by parliament. He entered Oxford in 1566 the year the Earl of Leicester celebrated his appointment as Chancellor of the University with a grand reception for Elizabeth.

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Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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The Annals of Queen Elizabeth

In the preface to his Annals of Queen Elizabeth it is clear that Camden is aware of the sensitivity of writing what was the first history and biography of Elizabeth with its repeated references to the Truth. Not unlike the Truth referred to by Dr Rawley in the Resuscitatio with its first English biography of Bacon (‘whereby, I shall not tread too near, upon the Heels of Truth; Or of the Passages, and Persons; then concerned’), and in the vein of Dr Rawley, he gives enough of a hint of the truth regarding the reason for the precise wording of the 1571 Act of Treason (as quoted above):

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Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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Natural Issue of her Body

What Camden wanted to say was the specific intentions behind the change in wording in the 1571 Act of Treason was Elizabeth and Leicester wished to legally pave the way to ensure the acceptance of her natural issue if in future they decided to publicly name their rightful successor to the throne. Regarding any problems or disputes that may arise in gaining acceptance for her private marriage and first born child Elizabeth no doubt with the full support of Dudley refused to have the word ‘lawful’ annexed to the ‘natural issue of her body.’ The fact their first child was conceived out of wedlock would thus not lawfully prove an impediment and if circumstances allowed they had pre-empted any opposition to one day naming their royal heir.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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Royal Son

Sometime in September 1576 Bacon (as related through his word and biliteral cipher systems) learned he was the royal son of Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. He had previously been entered at Gray’s Inn on 27 June fully expecting to commence his studies in law whereas the open facts of history show this did not occur and sometime in the autumn it was decided by Queen Elizabeth and Dudley that he was to be sent to France in the train of Sir Amias Paulet. 

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Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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France

When Sir Nicholas and Lady Anne Bacon discovered Elizabeth had decided the child they had reared as their own for the last fifteen years was to be sent abroad to France they were understandably upset and both of them in their own way made overtures to the queen which predictably fell on deaf ears.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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3 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Natural Issue of her Body

What Camden wanted to say was the specific intentions behind the change in wording in the 1571 Act of Treason was Elizabeth and Leicester wished to legally pave the way to ensure the acceptance of her natural issue if in future they decided to publicly name their rightful successor to the throne. Regarding any problems or disputes that may arise in gaining acceptance for her private marriage and first born child Elizabeth no doubt with the full support of Dudley refused to have the word ‘lawful’ annexed to the ‘natural issue of her body.’ The fact their first child was conceived out of wedlock would thus not lawfully prove an impediment and if circumstances allowed they had pre-empted any opposition to one day naming their royal heir.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

Part 1 https://youtu.be/AFSxRYGxgjk

Part 2 https://youtu.be/HWpuy13KHiA

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Hi A Phoenix

When I think of Amy Robsart I can't help thinking of Princess Diana. Whether their deaths were by accident or design, in both cases it left the way clear for royal lovers to marry. Except in Amy's case, her death and all the gossip about the Earl of Leicester may have finally prevented the Queen from marrying the father of her children.

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France

When Sir Nicholas and Lady Anne Bacon discovered Elizabeth had decided the child they had reared as their own for the last fifteen years was to be sent abroad to France they were understandably upset and both of them in their own way made overtures to the queen which predictably fell on deaf ears.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

Part 1 https://youtu.be/AFSxRYGxgjk

Part 2 https://youtu.be/HWpuy13KHiA

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Thank you for all your hard work, A.P. and your exciting retelling of Lord Bacon's life.

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France

With all the preparations finally completed Sir Amias Paulet, English Ambassador-elect to France and his large entourage including Francis and painter Nicholas Hilliard prepared themselves for the journey across the Channel. The memory of his departure lived with Bacon for the rest of his days. Writing some two decades later in a letter to his cousin Cecil he refers to having served Elizabeth ‘for these one-and-twenty-years (for so it is that I kissed her Majesty’s hands upon my journey into France)’ and at the same time to his royal brother the Earl of Essex of serving ‘now these twenty years (for so long it is, and more, since I went with Sir Amyas Paulet into France, from her Majesty’s royal hand)’.

[Spedding, Life and Letters, II, pp. 350-1; Lisa Jardine and Alan Stewart, Hostage to Fortune The Troubled Life of Francis Bacon (London: Victor Gollancz, 1998), p. 42.]

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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Part 2 https://youtu.be/HWpuy13KHiA

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Early Shakespeare

The three years Bacon spent in France are to the present day still shrouded in secrecy largely on account of his royal birth and his concealed authorship of the Shakespeare poems and plays-several of which are partly based in or relate to the French kingdom: Loves Labours Lost, King John, I Henry VI, 3 Henry VI, Henry V, Alls Well That Ends Well and As You Like It with its pointed weeping stage scene as portrayed in the Pregnancy Portrait of Queen Elizabeth. Later in life he reckoned these years in France to have been among the most formative for his personal and intellectual development ‘I was’, he wrote ‘three of my young years bred with an ambassador in France’, a kingdom he evidently fell in love and with its princess Marguerite Valois his Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

Part 1 https://youtu.be/AFSxRYGxgjk

Part 2 https://youtu.be/HWpuy13KHiA

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Nicholas Hilliard

His close companion in Paris the miniature painter Nicholas Hilliard (1547-1619) had most probably known Bacon years before they both arrived in France in the train of Sir Amias Paulet.

Sometime the early 1570s Hilliard was appointed goldsmith, jeweller and limner to Queen Elizabeth whom he painted on numerous occasions over the next years and decades. The first of his many portrait miniatures of Queen Elizabeth is dated 1572 and on 9 January 1573 he received the first of several royal promises of tithes with the grant of the reversion of a lease of the rectory and church of Cleve in Somerset and later in the October there is a warrant under the Privy Seal for payment of the large sum of £100 for some unspecified work.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

Part 1 https://youtu.be/AFSxRYGxgjk

Part 2 https://youtu.be/HWpuy13KHiA

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The Phoenix & Pelican Portraits

The famous Phoenix and Pelican portraits of Elizabeth are believed to have been painted by Hilliard or under his direction in the same workshop and in 1576 Hilliard painted a miniature of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester the year he travelled to France with Bacon.    

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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Tudor Family Portraits

Sometime in 1578 Hilliard painted a miniature of Francis then in his eighteenth year with the following inscription ‘1578 Si tabula daretur digna/Animum mallem AE S 18’ (If only I could paint his mind). It is not known who commissioned the miniature of Francis. It may possibly have been commissioned by Sir Nicholas and Lady Anne Bacon or even by Francis himself, or more likely, it was commissioned by Hilliard’s royal patron Queen Elizabeth, the royal mother of the sitter. The likeness of the three miniatures of Queen Elizabeth, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and Francis all bear an unmistakable striking resemblance to each other (the true significance of which if not already known would no doubt not have been lost on a great artist like Hilliard). They simply look like what they are-three miniature portraits of a mother, father, and their son, namely Queen Elizabeth, her husband Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and Francis, the concealed Tudor, Prince of Wales and heir to the royal throne of England.

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

Part 1 https://youtu.be/AFSxRYGxgjk

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Francis Bacon - Unacknowledged King of England

In the Pregnancy Portrait Queen Elizabeth crowns Bacon there transmuted into the weeping stag and in the later painting of him as Lord Chancellor the cane in his hand points down to the braiding on the lower hem of his cloak which has been modelled to form a crown, befitting his royal status as the unacknowledged King of England.

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Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

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The Phoenix & Pelican Portraits

The famous Phoenix and Pelican portraits of Elizabeth are believed to have been painted by Hilliard or under his direction in the same workshop and in 1576 Hilliard painted a miniature of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester the year he travelled to France with Bacon.    

#ElizabethI #VirginQueen #RobertDudley #FrancisBacon #RobertDevereux #PregnancyPortrait #HamptonCourt #RoyStrong #FrancisCarr 

Paper https://www.academia.edu/45006558/The_Pregnancy_Portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I_and_The_Secret_Royal_Birth_of_Francis_Bacon_Concealed_Author_of_the_Shakespeare_Works

Part 1 https://youtu.be/AFSxRYGxgjk

Part 2 https://youtu.be/HWpuy13KHiA

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Interesting that these two famous portraits of Elizabeth by Hilliard have no background imagery, just a "wall" of colour - like the Hilliard picture at Gorhambury.

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Playing devil's advocate here, Francis Bacon repeatedly warned of the dangers and damage that could be done by unfounded rumors. We see it in the Shakespeare plays as well (see "Willilam Shakespeare Quotes About Rumors," https://www.azquotes.com/author/13382-William_Shakespeare/tag/rumor). So let us not be quick to condemn Robert Dudley of the murder of his wife. It could have been an accident. It could have been suicide. She may have had mental health issues. An inquest was held and her death was determined by a jury to be an accident (and, apparently, the matter was looked into again in 1567).  I see that Christine Hartweg has written about the death of Amy Robsart at some length.

https://allthingsrobertdudley.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/the-death-of-amy-robsart-accident-or-suicide/

https://allthingsrobertdudley.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/the-death-of-amy-robsart-the-improbability-of-murder/

and she self-published a book in 2017, Amy Robsart: A Life and its End.

She does not hold with the idea that Dudley had his wife murdered. If it was murder, someone else could have done it, even an enemy of his, for it looks bad for him, even if he was innocent. He certainly had his enemies. All powerful people do, and he was close to the Queen. Maybe William Cecil was behind it, for he was not in favor of an Elizabeth-Dudley match. Leicester's Commonwealth was slander and propaganda.

Dudley shared Elizabeth and Francis's love of the theatre. He supported the arts and education. He sponsored a troupe of players, the Earl of Leicester's Men, so they could legally perform. He was a patron of painters. Dr. Elizabeth Goldring wrote, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and the World of Elizabethan Art: Painting and Patronage at the Court of Elizabeth I (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014), https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/centrestaff/elizabethgoldring/dudleybook/. Here's Dr. Martin Maw, "Robert Dudley, midwife of Oxford University Press," June 24, 2012, https://blog.oup.com/2012/06/sir-robert-dudley-midwife-of-oxford-university-press/.

No, he was not a perfect man, but there is good reason, I think, to keep an open-mind on him. I would really like to learn more about him.  

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Yesterday, my research led me to the following book :

Hakluytus Posthumus, or Purchas his Pilgrimes (1625)

https://www.ucd.ie/readingeast/essay3.html

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Notice the two Globes that could be linked with the two Globes of the frontispiece in the 1640 edition of Francis Bacon, "Of the Advancement and Proficience of Learning".

And here is my take on the image at the top right of this page.

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Here are some thoughts.

Heredes, in Roman law, " is a person who inherits the rights and liabilities of a deceased person, also known as an heir."

https://www.lsd.law/define/heredes

I like to think that Heredes Posuerunt means that Queen Elizabeth's Heir (F.B.) is behind the creation of this part of the frontispiece.

Interestingly ...

 We have a reference to Psalm 82.6.7 but only half of psalm 82.7 is written in Latin.

6. I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.

7. But ye shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes.

(Psalm 82.6.7 - King James Bible)

Playing with numbers :

67 is the simple cipher of FRANCIS

Psalm 82.6 + Psalm 82.7 ---> 82 + 6 + 82 + 7 = 177  (simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE)

"O quam te memorem"

 It can be found in "The Shepheardes Calender" published by Edmund Spencer in 1579.

This book contains the earliest reference in English to Pallas (Bellona), Francis Bacon's Muse, as the Spear-Shaker.

"O terque quaterque beati"

3+4 = 7 that  is the number of the Virgin Pallas.

(See Commentary on the Dream of Scipio by Macrobius)

As a reminder ...

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Is that printed for Sir Henry Featherston(e)? The family name is printed using two Taus. The second one, the 33rd letter, has more prominence.

The "Signe of the Rose" is the name of a publishing house in Saint Paul's market.

The globe in the Advancement of Learning (Mundus Visibilis) is just as well rendered as these two "halves". I'm a bit puzzled why the Mundus Intellectualis looks so different. In Sylva Sylvarum it is depicted as a stereographic flat map projection of the globe.

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9 hours ago, SirGalahad92 said:

I found an interesting interpretation of Bacon's definition of the Virgin Queen in Vol VII p 292 'The Character of a Believing Christian' bullet point 3.

Point 3 is a doozy.

33 starts with:

XXXIII.

His death makes not an end of him.

There is a lot to bounce around in these points! I was not hearing this:

THE

CHARACTERS OF A BELIEVING CHRISTIAN,

IN PARADOXES AND SEEMING CONTRADICTIONS.

I was hearing this:

THE

CHARACTERS OF A BACONIAN,

IN PARADOXES AND SEEMING CONTRADICTIONS.

LOL

 

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On 2/21/2023 at 9:12 PM, A Phoenix said:

Hi Yann,

As far as I am aware no one has ever notice the point you have raised above. While we are on the subject of Boccaccio's Decameron I thought I might take the opportunity to once again drawn attention to its 1620 anonymous translation with it truly remarkable title page: 

FRANCIS BACON AND THE ANONYMOUS 1620 TRANSLATION OF BOCCACCIO'S DECAMERON PRINTED BY ISAAC JAGGARD (PRINTER OF THE 1623 SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO) WHOSE SPECIAL TITLE PAGE CONTAINS ELABORATE DECORATIVE IMAGES REPRESENTING THE LETTERS FB. 

The original Italian and the early French translation of Boccaccio's Decameron were drawn upon by Bacon as a source of inspiration for some of his Sonnets (in particular sonnet 38) and used as a source for Romeo and Juliet, Troilus and Cressida, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Two Noble Kinsmen, Cymbeline, The Winter's Tale and All's Well That Ends Well.  

A little known anonymous translation of the Decameron appeared in 1620 whose translator has hitherto never been determined. Long after its publication some scholars wrongly attributed it to John Florio and in more recent times some Oxfordians have suggested it was translated by the Earl of Oxford, which, of course, falls beneath serious notice.

The article on 'THE SECRET, HIDDEN, AND OBSCURED, RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRANCIS BACON AND THE JAGGARDS, PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS OF HIS ESSAYS AND THE FIRST FOLIO OF THE SHAKESPEARE WORKS' extensively revealed and confirmed the connection between Lord Bacon and the Jaggard family. The anonymous translation of the Decameron was printed by Isaac Jaggard who with his father William Jaggard printed and published the Shakespeare First Folio.  It is my understanding that the translation is dedicated to Philip Herbert, Earl of Montgomery, to whom with his brother William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (then Grand Master of England), Lord Bacon dedicated the Shakespeare First Folio.

The title page of the 1620 anonymous translation of the Decameron is of some especial interest.  The whole page has 69 italic letters, 22 words which with the addition of the date (1+6+2+0=9): 69+22+9=100 Francis Bacon in simple cipher and moreover the page contains 72 roman letters which added to the 22 words and the addition of the date: 72+22+9=103 Shakespeare in simple cipher, conveying the concealed cryptographic message that Francis Bacon is Shakespeare. 

The title page is adorned with what appears to be sixteen elaborate decorative images which on closer inspection are representations of the letters FB for Francis Bacon (some of which are mirror images). It should be noted that the whole page contains 141 letters which when added to the 16 'FB's' equals 157 Fra Rosicrosse in simple cipher.

 

 

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Hi A Phoenix,

I have just found a great "error" in The Decameron (1620)😁

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The 7th Day is governed by Dioneus, but on page 24, the only page of the book that mentions BACON, we can read on top "governed by Madam Eliza" 🙂 .

In fact, Madam Eliza governed the 6th day.

Thus, we have possibly a reference to FRANCIS (67) BACON and ELIZA (Queen Elizabeth)

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