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Shakespeare’s Codex is alive and well passed on like a torch from the old world the the new, Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis, the U. (June 1, 2009) ISBN: 978-0-9814992-2-2 Price: .50 Size: 6 x 9Embarking on a historical analysis of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) – the most revered politician/saint of the 20th century – is a daring enough adventure in itself.Any author attempting to remove the halo from this glorified character risks his own reputation in today’s politically correct intellectual world. Tim Watson subject the 20th century’s most revered figure to a rigorous cross-examination on the witness stand. Tim Watson gained his higher education in Europe and taught for several years in East Asia.Meanwhile, Will Shakspere, who is made great light of in the comedies through such characters as Sir John Flastaff (False-Spear) was a cousin of Edward de Vere through the Arden family.He becomes a figure of fun in the prologue to “Taming of the Shrew,” where a drunken beggar is conveyed to a Lord’s house, placed in his bed, dressed in fine clothes, lordly rings placed on his fingers.Were the queen and her close officials involved in Illuminati sorcery and Satanic ritual sex magic or were they rather aware of some prophecy pertaining to the fate of her children that required her to take pains on their behalfs and conceal their existence from the world so that the Luciferian faction would not hunt them down and kill them.The latter seems the most likely given the beauty and majesty of Francis Bacon’s and Edward de Vere’s work and the legacy they have spawned, the most miraculous and edifying of its kind.Catch Tim and Andy’s radio shows at Freedom Talk Radio Network am to pm Saturday and Monday.Andy is an activist in Britain fighting to get his kids back from child services.

In this unconventional and breathtakingly original novel, the reader is lead through a series of episodes that incorporate elements from the life of every man. What is amazing about this is that Lord Ampthill actually presided over the laying of a foundation stone for a new Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford in honour of the supposed birthplace of the bard. The reason this play was chosen as the first to be performed is because it contains the theme of the entire H. Shocking though it may be, Bacon and Oxford it happens were half brothers and concealed princes of the realm, Bacon through the secret marriage of Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester, to Queen Elizabeth I and Oxford, the product of a rape then Princess Elizabeth endured at the hands of her stepfather, Thomas Seymour.This is a book that moves from the tragic to the comic effortlessly, as we are taken on a journey that operates on many levels of consciousness at once. In other words, this prominent Freemason was so duplicitous that he was not only instrumental in promoting the 400-year-old myth of Will Shakspere, but was in the process of cultivating the new myth of the 20th century concerning Freemason Mahatma Gandhi. There is something deeply suspicious about the conduct of court officials in the wake of this rape.Available for order at:https://inkbok.com/book/what-made-me-write-my-feet Good Friend, Sweet Friend, Lend Me Your Name By Timothy Spearman A man calling himself Lord Ampthill, who if memory serves, was the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of England in the early 20th century, wrote the foreword for Rev. Gandhi’s actual name was Mohandus, but became Mahatma because Theosophists who happened to also be initiated Freemasons were referred to as Mahatmas, meaning Great Souls. In his biography of Francis Bacon, Alfred Dodd records that the queen was secreted away to the country to give birth to this bastard child under the auspices of Lord Burghley, her trusted confidante and friend.She will be showcasing her work in London July of 2014 at a conference for a charity called Children Screaming To Be Heard.Her exhibition focuses on the plight of children and the need for all of us to do more to protect the rights of children worldwide.

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