“The Missing Elegies to Shakespeare: The Manes Verulamiani (Shades of Verulam)”

by Jono Freedman


When the decoy man from Stratford died, there was a deafening silence from his contemporaries, not a word was written in commemoration of his work or his passing. Conversely, when Sir Francis Bacon – Baron Verulam of Verulam – departed, the literary world paid great homage to the true Instaurator behind the English Renaissance recorded in a 1626 book of published eulogies called “Manes Verulamiani” (Shades of Verulam).
Jono Freeman in his latest creative and entertaining video presents 10 of the Verses or Elegies from Bacon’s peers, found within this sacred and vital collection, that are in tribute to Francis Bacon as an Outstanding Poet, Dramatist and the Mask behind Shakespeare.

This Video has scenes from Grays Inn Law School in London with the beautiful Bacon Statue, the remains from the estate of the Bacon Family in Gorhambury, the Bacon Statue from St.Michael’s Church in Gorhambury right outside of St. Albans and at the very end, Jono has a moment of performance in the remains of the outdoor Roman amphitheatre in Gorhambury (Verulamium)

More about Manes Verulamiani see :

http://www.SirBacon.org/Parker/Parker_ManesVerulamiani.pdf

The Manes Verulamiana by W.G.C. Gundry, Barrister-at Law

For Faust Sake: The Marlowe-Bacon Problem

by Jono Freedman


Jono Freeman recruits Francis St Alban and his Knights of the Helmet, in an effort to help bring an end to this reign of literary phrenesis within the authorship debate…by offering a new way to examine the birth of the Elizabethan Renaissance in literature. As with Mr Wm Shaxper, Marlowe was another of Sir Francis Bacon’s masks – the text of Dr Faustus is used here as a case study for the question of authorship.

Special Stratfordians

by Jono Freedman


In the wake of another year of celebrations for Shakespeare’s birthday, Jono Freeman examines the legitimacy of the Stratfordian argument, as advocated by a few well-known figureheads.

“Pots” Part One; Bacon in our times – 100% charged in 2020.

Jono Freeman presents his research into Sir Francis Bacon, proposing a creative project which may finally bring recognition more deserving of “the very nerve of genius, the marrow of persuasion, the golden stream of eloquence, the precious gem of concealed literature”.

“Pots” Part Two; The Project – A Story of Bacon and His Devotees.

Jono Freeman presents his research into Sir Francis Bacon, proposing a creative project which may finally bring recognition more deserving of “the very nerve of genius, the marrow of persuasion, the golden stream of eloquence, the precious gem of concealed literature”.