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13 days ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Sean > I really enjoyed that so thank you. You may not > have heard of the English CINQUE Ports. Can I > suggest that you google them to find out what and > where they are, and their history, and then google > Cinque Ports and Sir Francis Bacon. Take a look at > the letter auctioned at Ch
Forum: History
14 days ago
seanoffshotgun
Just popped a new upload onto the old YouTube p.354 alignments In this video I go through a number of alignments I came across on FF p.354. I "discovered" these last year and I still don't know what to make of them. It could all be chance, hope and coincidence, so I'm curious how this looks to fresh eyes.
Forum: History
22 days ago
seanoffshotgun
Thanks Yve. Merry Christmas
Forum: History
22 days ago
seanoffshotgun
These videos from the same channel are also worth watching. Sonnet Structure part 1 Sonnet structure part 2 I've been following Alan Green for a few years now. I've delved into many of his claims and theories in detail (including the sonnet geometry, 624/426, and some of the John Dee stuff). His stuff is so far removed from academic norms, yet so much of it rings true.......except the a
Forum: Mysteries
27 days ago
seanoffshotgun
What dates did Velikovsky have it at? I don't think Velikovsky got much of the astronomy correct, but his Ages of Chaos books are damn fine reading.
Forum: Mysteries
30 days ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Sean > I love the casual West Coast understatement of ' I > opened a bar'.I hope it's going well. We have been > playing catch up with double episodes and maybe I > got the series number wrong. The manuscript > featured this week. > I am looking forward to hearing what the Bacon man >
Forum: History
4 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
I opened a bar so the books are feeling neglected. I did manage to listen to the audiobook, Shakespeares Library, by the antiquarian Stuart Kells. We are a good few episodes ahead of that here. Sullivan is a journalist/author not an expert. In researching the history for his book he found himself favoring the Baconian theory. It's one of the better books I've read about the island.
Forum: History
4 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Sean > The piece of manuscript turned up in last night's > episode of Mud island. They seem to be running > preview trailers this season, which is where I > noticed it.I see we have the Bacon expert back. I > noted the gentle way they treated the spoils, i.e. > high pressure jet washing a
Forum: History
6 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Just like the Stratfordians, Oxfordian and marlovians....etc, many of the Baconian theories are quite biased and incomplete. That's not to dismiss their research.... It's often a great place to start, find leads and further connections. What 'marriage' is that? Leicester and the Queen?
Forum: History
6 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Sean > Well I watched the latest episode of Mud Island, > and thought I saw quite large pieces of > manuscript.I saw no explanation though. Maybe I > imagined it ?! > Yve Hi Yve. Do you remember in which part of the episode?
Forum: History
7 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I just came across this today. Francis Bacon and > the King James Bible www.sirbacon.org/Mather_KJV > ..Sorry I can't post the link. Explains why The > revised Bible was started the moment Elizabeth > died.If you don't know this version it is full of > italics, especially in Revelations. Than
Forum: History
7 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
That's a fair point. I don't mention speddings or massinger because, I must admit, I have never come across, those names. So, you've given me some homework. Fletcher undoubtedly had a hand in some of the later works- Henry viii, two Noble kinsmen and probably the lost play Cardenio. I've never come across any research suggesting otherwise, so I've never felt the need to discuss him here. There
Forum: History
7 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Curious if you have any thoughts yourself on the subject?
Forum: History
7 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Thanks for sharing that Dr. Troglodyte. Whilst I don't deny the method and science involved in stylometric and other text frequency based analysis, I cannot, myself, put too much faith in the proposed results. This is based on my own ignorance, because I do not feel like I have the necessary knowledge to venture deep into this line of study. And with practically every theory pertaining t
Forum: History
8 weeks ago
seanoffshotgun
Was that the "Taurus star map" guy? Ya, he pulled that one out of his ass. I think you're right that the show is likely moving back to Bacon. I'm perfectly happy with that as I favor that theory. I must admit I do think there is a vault of some sort at the Mercy point. From what I've read and seen, that location holds more promise than anywhere else on the Island. That's not to sa
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Ya, I feel sorry for him. Maybe, in the final episode, they'll end up ritualy sacrificing him, in order to fulfill the prophesy.
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
I entertain myself by watching Laird Niven, the archeologist. He constantly looks like he is in a hostage situation.
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > No, I just noticed the character's name. He maybe > believed he was the test for turning 'base metal > into gold'. I like Sabrina Feldmans take on Touchstone. She points out that throughout the play he is the one who "exposes the truth" in the other characters. Which is essentially what a touch
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
"A Touchstone was used by Alchemists. Is there any text in particular to look at ?" Act V scene 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdEgqk2dh_0 Awbrie is a representation of the plays. And clearly touchstone (the Bard) is warning William (Shaksper) to stop editing the plays. These edited plays are likely what we know as the bad quatros. and likely what was performed at the globe an
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It is ever since I found that Ariel in the Tempest > is the old name for Jerusalem that I look at the > names first.It makes the words make more sense. At > this point would it be easier to assume that the > entire Tudor London population was involved and > EXCLUDE rather then include...I have a
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
You're right to assume a hidden meaning behind many names in the plays. I don't know how it might play into the investigation of the name Malvolio, but it is often assumed that Malvolio is, at least partly, based on sir Christopher Hatton. S
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Madeleine. Just a quickie. I have been having a > busy time but am trying to get a moment to find > the man who insisted that Shakespeare's monument > was spelled mon i ment. The letter I crops up over > and over again. > I also thought some time ago that Bacon's choice > of the Masonic H
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I agree. The trip to Rennes le chateau was > embarrassing. There IS no mystery there. I think > they are heading down the tedious Templar route, > not all the Bacon connections which make > sense.Mind you GOM, Greedy Old Man,would have a > fit if ALL they found were the original > Shakespear
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Thanks Madeleine. Some interesting possibilities there. How about IAOM and MOAI? Do you see any Sumerian traces? It's been suggested that these "secret words" are meant to be chanted in a ritualistic meditative sense. The words may also be rooted in Alpha/OMega.
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > YES !!!! and did you see all the symbols they > ignored and all the mound stones they didn't > register ??? WHY do I watch it ?The metal detector > man doesn't ring true. He knows what something is > even though it is covered in mud, and when he > 'found' the brooch anyone else would have >
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Also at the moment my brain is ticking over > wondering what happened to all the original > Shakespeare ephemera.All the plays and writings. > Were it modern day I think it would have all been > gathered together to be stored away. So who took > it and where is it ? Is this a full circle to who
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: --------------"I saw it this week and that awful > greedy old man who never stops going on about > getting the treasure makes me sick.I think Rick > has found the spiritual side of it all." Did you spot that the 'stone walkway' in the swamp leads directly to the mercy point?
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The Scottish Rite seems to be a much bigger deal > in Canada and America,and Masons always make a > point of saying it. Over here they usually just > say Masons. On reflection I would have to say yes, > bearing in mind what the Scottish Rite is supposed > to cover, but I don't know for certain.I
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
"There is still a Freemasons word which will give them entry to various places." Do you mean- access to lodges, records...etc, or more that they will be given "entry" to the treasure? And do you pin this on the Scottish Rite?
Forum: History
2 months ago
seanoffshotgun
Hello Waqas, your book sounds like a fascinating read, I hope it does well. The great polymaths of history really draw my attention. That is one of the reasons I have become so interested in Shakespeare. In your research, have you come across any other figures who have a comparable biography? A vast array of knowledge over countless specialties, coupled with no record of learning, experience
Forum: Author of the Month
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