Sirbacon.org honors the 457th Birthday of Sir Francis Bacon with an investigation led by a former BBC producer that sheds light on, Authorship and Bacon’s Royal Birth
via encrypted ciphers found in an in depth examination of Shakespeare’s works using Enigma experience.
Watch this You Tube video : Shakespeare, Bacon Enigma (1996)
Sirbacon.org is honored to share Simon Miles in depth presentation on the enigmatic Shakespeare poem “The Phoenix and Turtle” that took place during the
Shakespearean Authorship Trust conference in 2017. With many fresh insights, Mr. Miles’ research will enlighten anyone interested in the pivotal last moments of
the Tudor lineage regarding Queen Elizabeth I, Anthony Bacon, The Earl of Essex, Ben Jonson and the state of mind of Francis Bacon.
Gunpowder Plot: Fact or Royal Plot? (1605) : Lochithea : Free PDF Download
The Gunpowder Plot: Fact or Royal Plot? (1605) ©Lochithea 2009
Authorship event at the London Globe Theatre on October 29th
This is the SECOND episode of a 6-part TV series which delves into every aspect of the Shakespeare Authorship Issue.
Part 2 of this series exposes the fact that most of what people think they know about the author Shakespeare, is based on fraudulent evidence created by Stratfordian authorship conspirators.
Great Bacon Resource Available :
Christina G. Waldman has contributed a new essay, Bacon is Bellario with “Just Deserts for All”:
An explanation of Mark Edwin Andrews’ Second Argument in “Law v Equity” in “The Merchant of Venice’s Legalization of Act IV, Scene I “