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One of the greatest fallacies of the Stratfordian myth is that the author of the Shakespearean works had strong Catholic leanings. However, there is nothing in the works to support such a claim. In fact, the Shakespearean work reflects the Rosicrucian-Masonic view of God and the universe from a distinctly Kabbalistic, theosophical point of view.
Bacon’s theosophical perspective began early with his study of Pythagoras and Plato.John Dee introduced him to Kabbalistic Theosophy (divine wisdom) which treats the universe as a holistic system in which all beings are physically and spiritually entangled as parts of greater, unified process.
In the early 1580’s, Giordano Bruno, a renegade Dominican monk, came to London on the recommendation of the King of France. It was clear that Bruno was far ahead of his time as he dazzled Queen Elizabeth and her courtiers with revolutionary ideas about a universe filled with countless solar systems, each with a self luminous sun surrounded by planets that shine with reflective light. Moreover, Bruno rejected the notion that the universe was created, but rather is the result of a self organizing principle that functions as a whole, evolving entity in which all things participate like individual sparks that collectively burn as one, entangled flame.*
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