Rob at 007 Posted February 1, 2022 Share Posted February 1, 2022 "The fact of Francis Bacon's Parentage--the legitimate son of Queen Elizabeth and therefore the legal heir to the Throne---is indubitable, supported as it is, not only by a mass of circumstantial evidence but by such direct testimony as Leicester's letter to King Philip of Spain, which Mme Deventer von Kunow discovered among the Spanish State Archives, begging King Philip to use his influence with Queen Elizabeth to secure his public acknowledgment as Prince Consort........No one can possibly follow Mme D. von Kunow's revelations and remain unconvinced." --Williard Parker in the Foreword to Francis Bacon, Last of the Tudors From the Bacon's Royal Parentage page on SirBacon.org. What do you think? Was Bacon born to be a King only to be denied his due? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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