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Who Wrote Bacon?: William Shakespeare, Francis Bacon, And James I : A Mystery For The Twenty- First Century Paperback – Bargain Price, September 30, 2004
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Opens up a new understanding of King James I and his connections to esoteric streams of his time. -- Dr Kristin Rygg, senior lecturer at Hedmark University College, Norway; author of Masqued Mysteries Unmasked
The most incisive contribution to the Shakespeare authorship question we have seen to date ... profound and indispensable. -- Dr John OMeara, author of Othellos Sacrifice and Prosperos Powers
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His first revelation came when he finds that Rudolf Steiner claimed that one spirit, one initiate, inspired both Bacon and Shakespeare.
[page 4] Steiner states, unequivocally, that both Bacon and Shakespeare were inspired by the same individual, termed by Steiner as an "initiate". But he does not name this person.
Ramsbotham discovered some Baconians who claim that Francis Bacon wrote the King James Bible. This eventually led him to his amazing insight about James I: that it was the initiate that Steiner referred to.
[page 4] One evening, dwelling on this material, it suddenly struck me, with a profound jolt, that it was this same historical individual who Steiner was seeing as the inspirer of both Shakespeare and Bacon.
Ramsbotham spend a lot of time explaining the reasons for his confidence in Rudolf Steiner's words, but as many of my Good Readers are already convinced, as I am, of the veracity of Steiner's teachings, I will skip the explanations. For the skeptical or curious, the book is quite explicit and is available to read for oneself.Read more ›