The Dedication to the ‘Incomparable Paire Of Brethren’ and the address To the great Variety of Readers signed in the names of Heminges and Condell
1 Minute Trailer – The Men Who Gave us Shakespeare?
The whole bedrock of the Shakespeare First Folio is predicated on the illusion that seven years after the death of William Shakspere of Stratford his acting friends John Heminges and Henry Condell edited the First Folio and wrote its dedication to William and Philip Herbert and the address to The Great Variety of Readers, to which their names are signed. This was originally all part of the charade created by Bacon and his divine Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood to conceal his true authorship behind the mask of William Shakspere. Of course, Heminges and Condell, did not organise and oversee the enormous enterprise and production of the First Folio, and nor did they write the two epistles to which their names are attached.
Yet even though this now self-evident absurd nonsense has long and repeatedly been exposed for what it is, this false and fraudulent narrative is still perpetrated by mainstream biographers of William Shakspere of Stratford and Stratfordian authors of books on the Shakespeare First Folio, to the present day. All safe in the knowledge the ordinary schoolmen, the casual student and virtually the rest of the world at large, remain ignorant of this central Stratfordian falsehood and lie that Heminges and Condell oversaw the enterprise of the First Folio as a tribute to their fellow actor William Shakspere.
This, despite the fact, that other overlooked and ignored Shakespeare editors and academics in less well-known or accessible publications have long maintained that Heminges and Condell only lent their names to the vast enterprise and that the two epistles signed in their names were most likely written by Ben Jonson. This is all but ignored by modern so-called Stratfordian authorities because when the false and fraudulent fiction that Heminges and Condell oversaw the production of the First Folio is exposed for what it really is it begs the key critical question just who were responsible for producing it behind a wall of silence and secrecy?
The answer to the question is, the production of the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio was organised by its author Francis Bacon and his Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood from his country estate at Gorhambury assisted by his good pens including its editor and contributor Ben Jonson who was living with Bacon at the time it was progressing through the Jaggard printing presses. The actors Heminges and Condell did no more than allow their names to be associated with the Shakespeare First Folio and it was Bacon and Jonson who were responsible for producing and composing the two epistles signed in their names. As will be seen, Heminges and Condell did not participate in the production of the First Folio which removes the central plank of the Stratfordian fiction that William Shakspere wrote the Shakespeare works.