Francis Bacon, Mystery Man
October 26, 2009
by Fritz Springmeier
(From his book, "Wise as Serpents, Gentle as Doves")
I am writing about an extraordinary genius, a great philosopher, a great orator, a great lawyer, and a man of great character. A man who was framed in his old age ... by a ruthless politician. A man who gathered the sciences together under the Royal Society. The man who wrote the greatest works of English literature, and proofread the King James Bible. Many of his incredible works of genius are known under his pen-name of
William Shakespeare. He conjectured ahead of his times that heat was energy in motion, and that light travels very fast. He created the modern English language and is responsible for English replacing Latin in the English higher schools. He was of royal blood and proper heir to the throne of England.
He also lived in an age when the shadow of the executioner's block haunted men. It was a day when the heads of those who displeased the Queen were severed and put on public display. He would have lost his head for some of his works written under Shakespeare's name had the Queen been able to identify who wrote the works. Therefore, he wrote much of his works under pseudonyms, and many of his works were published after his death. He concealed
his royal identity. He concealed his leadership of secret societies. He concealed the role he played in designing the plans and machinery for the creation of his vision of a New World.
His mother the Queen, ruling when half of her people questioned her legitimacy, feared the repercussions if the truth of her secret marriage and two sons were revealed. Indeed his mother, Queen Elizabeth 1, had almost been beheaded by her own sister, and had watched the first man who she had romanced be beheaded by her father for being too forward. She had watched baby heirs to the throne be killed. Such barbarism is forgotten, and the Elizabethan age seems now to be only full of the glamor of romance. It was difficult and dangerous times, even for the Queen of England.
Who was this great man? Sir Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Alban, for over two decades the leader of the British Parliament's House of Commons, and later in life, on January 30,1621, a member of the House of Lords, the secret first son of the secret marriage between Lord Robert Dudley and Elizabeth Tudor.
THE NEW ATLANTIS
Sir Francis Bacon is widely known for his Utopian book the New Atlantis. What is not widely known is that it was originally titled The Land of the Rosicrucians. The concept of Atlantis has been preserved by the Mysteries. Sir Francis Bacon and the other leaders of Secret Societies in that day felt the New World held out the best chances to create the New Atlantis.
Sir Francis Bacon played a leading role in creating the British colonies, especially in Virginia, the Carolinas and Newfoundland.The British Masons with the British Empire behind them were entrusted with the Plan to create the New Atlantis. Bacon's descendants moved to Virginia in 1635, where his descendant Henry Blount took the name Nathaniel Bacon. Nathaniel Bacon, a Master Mason, led a premature revolution called Bacon's Rebellion that prefigured the American Revolution. It is true that Freemasons served on both sides of the American Revolution. Naive people think that indicates that the Masons could not have had anything to do with the Revolution. On the contrary, the Masons were the primary instigators and leaders of the Revolution, although they allowed others to get involved. The British Masons fighting the rebels actually contributed to eventual independence of the Colonies, as did the secret societies in France and Germany.
Masons claim [to have to have] uncovered near Williamsburg, Virginia a vault left by his descendants [which] supposedly gives information about the founding of the United States. ...
The Earl of Leicester, who was Bacon's actual father, had as his physician the magician and Jew Dr. Frederigo Lopez. Christopher Marlowe described Lopez in a dramatization of his career in the book The Jew of Malta. Marlowe was stabbed to death after the book came out. Sir John Dee, who was another magician/doctor, traveled throughout Europe and was the court astrologer for Queen Elizabeth.
Bacon describes the Masons in New Atlantis "...amongst the excellent acts of that king, one above all hath the preeminence. It was the erection and institution of an order, or society, which we call Salomon's House; the noblest foundation, as we think, that ever was upon the earth..."
The idealism, charity, and integrity that characterized Bacon is notably absent today in the inner circle of the One-World-State power. Bacon was a Philosopher, a man who for much of his life was not wealthy or exceptionally powerful. His life was in jeopardy a great deal of the time, although contrariwise he and those who knew about his secret royal blood were more respectful, never knowing if he might be proclaimed King by his mother the Queen. When James 1 took over the throne from Bacon's mother, to protect his head Bacon wrote a letter to King James 1, delivered through the Secretary of State, renouncing any ambition to the throne, and announcing his decision to marry a commoner.
By comparison, those who are as prominent today in the One-World-State as Bacon was then are part of a far greater power, and have been corrupted by that power. Technology has made a One-World-State much more ominous. It is possible that Bacon would be aghast at what the One-World-State is going to be.