See the first post in this series here.
The Age associated with Elizabeth I has rightly been called brilliant. Her court had attracted people of extraordinary talent. The literary achievements of the Shakespeare plays is without parallel before or since. At the same time as all the turmoil between the principalities, kingdoms and republics of Europe, with their huge religious schisms, a great uncharted continent – the Americas – had been 'discovered' in the west. The sense of new possibilities was palpable, with men and women of outstanding intellect involved in both the arts and the emerging sciences.
One of the foremost amongst them was Sir Francis Bacon.
Manly P. Hall, mentioned in the previous post here, puts a strong case that Bacon wrote the Shakespeare plays. It is the view of the current writer that the plays emerged from the research and experience of a number of remarkable people, who had lived on the continent for a time when England was simply too dangerous for them. Bacon would have been associated with that group, as was the Earl of Sussex.
Even if we do not understand this history (which appears to have been obfuscated in so many ways) the idealism of the Founding Fathers is apparent. The role of Francis Bacon, Drake, Dee and Raleigh, in initiating this process in Queen Elizabeth's court can be read about here.
Raymond Bernard, writing in his Great Secret: Count St. Germain suggests the following:
Throughout his life, Francis Bacon's fondest hope was the, creation of a Utopia across the Atlantic, the realization of his "New Atlantis" in the form of a society of free men, governed by sages and scientists, in which his Freemasonic and Rosicrucian principles would govern the social, political and economic life of the new nation. It was for this reason why, as Lord Chancellor, he took such an active interest in the colonization of America, and why he sent his son to Virginia as one of the early colonists. For it was in America, through the pen of Thomas Paine and the writings of Thomas Jefferson, as well as through the revolutionary activities of his many Rosicrucian-Freemasonic followers, most prominent among whom were George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, that he hoped to create a new nation dedicated to his political philosophy.
In his Secret Destiny of America, Manly Hall, Bacon's most understanding modern scholar, refers to the appearance in America, prior to the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, of a mysterious Rosicrucian philosopher, a strict vegetarian who ate only foods that grew above the ground, who was a friend and teacher of Franklin and Washington and who seemed to have played an important role in the founding of the new republic. Why most historians failed to mention him is a puzzle, for that he existed is a certainty.
He was known as the "Professor." Together with Franklin and Washington, he was a member of the committee selected by the Continental Congress in 1775 to create a design for the American Flag. The design he made was accepted by the committee and given to Betsy Ross to execute into the first model.
A year later, on July 4, 1776, this mysterious stranger, whose name nobody knew, suddenly appeared in Independence Hall and delivered a stirring address to the fearful men there gathered, who were wondering whether they should risk their lives as traitors by affixing their names to the memorable document which Thomas Jefferson wrote and of whose ideals Francis Bacon, founder of Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism, was the true originator.
Bernard says the original flag agreed upon is as shown below!
So it appears that the country we now know as America had a destiny planned far greater than the current blood-thirsty Imperium, that has waged war 222 years out of the 239 since 1776! In another post we may explore the way in which America went from nation to corporation, and why that shift in status from a living entity to a dead one (corpse = dead body) is so significant.
We may indeed be living at the birth of what America, and the world, was destined to become, namely the New Atlantis.
Murray Morison is a novelist living in Crete
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