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A website honoring Sir Francis Bacon, who was William Tudor, who was William Shakespeare

May 25, 2016, 09:01:54 AM GMT - Current Line of the Sonnets is:

As I all other in all worths surmount.

Line number 862 of the Sonnets and Line 8 of Sonnet Number 62
during Day Number 146 in Tier number 6 of the Sonnets Pyramid.


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Early clue about the "Star pointed pyramid" below:

WHat neede my Shakespeare for his honour'd bones,
The labour of an Age, in piled stones
Or that his hallow'd Reliques should be hid
Vnder a starre-ypointing Pyramid?

Deare Sonne of Memory, great Heire of Fame,
What needst thou such dull witnesse of thy Name?
Thou in our wonder and astonishment
Hast built thy selfe a lasting Monument:
For whil'st to th'shame of slow-endevouring Art
Thy easie numbers flow, and that each part,
Hath from the leaves of thy unvalued Booke,
Those Delphicke Lines with deepe Impression tooke
Then thou our fancy of her selfe bereaving,
Dost make us Marble with too much conceiving,
And so Sepulcher'd in such pompe dost lie
That Kings for such a Tombe would wish to die.

Milton: On Shakespeare (1632)


            

Table of Contents

For those who already understand and those who wish to understand.

Masonic Pyramid

The True Mathematical Relationship of 
Shakespeare's 154 Sonnets 
to the 14 Tiered Pyramid 
and 365 Days

Bacon's Pyramid

William Tudor I

 

 


Read "The Prank of the Face: Unmasking the 'Droeshout' Portrait of William Shakespeare" here!


Is Shakespeare Dead? Exposing the Shakespeare Conspiracy

Published on Mar 30, 2016

This is the first episode of a 4-part TV series which delves into every aspect of the Shakespeare Authorship Issue.

Part 1 of this series exposes the fact that there there is no hard evidence to support the traditional claim that the man from Stratford was involved with the authorship of the plays and poems attributed to the name "William Shakespeare".

Furthermore, the first episode presents compelling evidence that the man who is assumed to be the author of the Shakespearean works was illiterate and unschooled--and therefore, couldn't possibly have been the Real Author.

Based on Richard Allan Wagner's book:

The Lost Secret of William Shakespeare

The Lost Secret of William Shakespeare



Note from Rob Fowler:

I am currently seeking grants, funding, or sponsor(s) to continue my work and publish a book with more discoveries. This work is too important to let pass by, and this website just scratches the surface. The number patterns of the Sonnets I have uncovered is, or at least was, a Freemason/Rosicrucian treasure. It is my humble opinion that my work should be completed and offered for Freemasons, Rosicrucians, and for ALL people.

Will you help ensure the Light of Truth shines?

 

Please contact: Robert Fowler

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Sir Francis Bacon IS Shakespeare

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