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Gunnar Tómasson's Shakespeare-Saga Cipher Articles


16th and 17th Century Personalities:

Other Interesting Websites Related to "Truth":

Libraries and Collections:

Sir Francis Bacon: website:'s "New Advancement of Learning"  
This is the most extensive website on Sir Francis Bacon that you will ever explore. 

         Search Page on 
Search here for specific topics on

         What's New on 
Read the newest information on the site.

         Bacon Bibliography
A thorough bibliography on Sir Francis Bacon related literature.

         Links to articles and pages relating to Bacon 
Many interesting links to check out on 

Some selected links from's Links Page:

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Other Francis Bacon websites:

The Francis Bacon Research Trust (FBRT)  
A doorway to the Western Wisdom Tradition and its Initiates.

Bacon works in text:

SCETI Images of Francis Bacon 
Beautiful images of Bacon with the ability to enlarge 2X, 4X, and 8X!

Making of America Books search results for Sir Francis Bacon 
Your basic search for "Sir Francis Bacon", unsorted in Making of America Books resulted in 315 matching terms in 82 full texts.
The Mystery of Francis Bacon
Free online book by William T. Smedley[1910]

The Mystica Website: Francis Bacon 
An on-line encyclopedia of the occult, mysticism, magic, paranormal and more...

Blupete Biography: Philosophers: Francis Bacon 
Francis Bacon is known as a philosopher, one of the first order.

NAtlanits Presents: 
Sir Francis Bacon (Lord Bacon, Viscount St. Albans, Baron Verulam...Philosopher)

Bacon, Sir Francis Forum Frigate
Welcome to the Bacon, Sir Francis Forum Frigate. Post yer opinion, a link to some of yer work, or yer thoughts regarding the best books and criticisms concerning Bacon, Sir Francis

Jolly Roger Live Sir Francis Bacon Chat Room 
Live Chat for Baconians

The Internet Encyclopedia of philosophy: Francis Bacon  

Knights Templar article on Bacon ciphers 

Luminarium Bacon Website

WestEgg Bacon Website 

Shake-n-Bacon Website

Mark Twain's "Is Shakespeare Dead?"

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Selected Works of Francis Bacon

Francis Rosicross 
by Karl Hollenbach: The Shakespeare Statue in Westminster Abbey

Francis Bacon Bookmarks 
A quality built webpage with important and timely links.

Ordo Svmmvn Bonum
Sir Francis Bacon and the Rosy Cross

Ugly Dick  and the Goddess of Complete Being
"The Death and Resurrection of Shakespeare": A new book by Michael Buhagiar. 
Bacon galley: Francis Bacon's ciphers and some Rosicrucian connections

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Dr. John Dee:

John Dee on

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Other John Dee websites and pages:

SCETI Images of John Dee 
Beautiful images of John Dee with the ability to enlarge 2X, 4X, and 8X!

John Dee Society 
A website devoted to the life of John Dee.

John Dee Publication Project
Works of John Dee in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

Esoteric Archives: Dee
HTML versions of John Dee's works

The Mystica Website: John Dee
An on-line encyclopedia of the occult, mysticism, magic, paranormal and more...

Alchemy Website: Article: Dee:
Ron Heisler: John Dee and the Secret Societies

Testamentum Johannis Dee Philosophi Summi ad Johannem Gwynn, transmissum 1568

John Dee and the English Calendar: Science, Religion and Empire  

Catalog of the Scientific Community: John Dee

Altreligion.: John Dee, the original wizard

Crystalinks Website: John Dee 

Rosicrucian Library: John Dee

Paralumun Website: John Dee

Mathematicians: John Dee

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Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

SCETI Images of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa 
Beautiful images of Agrippa with the ability to enlarge 2X, 4X, and 8X!

Geocities Website: 
Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim

The Mystica Website:.Agrippa 
An on-line encyclopedia of the occult, mysticism, magic, paranormal and more...

Esoteric Archives: Agrippa 
Works of Agrippa in HTML format.

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Other "Truth" Related Websites:

Temple of Solomon 
An ancient mystery solved - an illuminating journey into the roots of the present Age, Christ's birth and the discovery of the lost capstone of The Great Pyramid.

A small selection of the fascinating offerings presented at

         Temple of Solomon: Sitemap 
The information presented here is a brief and truly amazing "history" of the underpinnings of Western Civilization. It is a "history" from your future.

         Temple of Solomon: Teachings Man (man and woman) is a spiritual being who travels through and transcends both space and time. Man's consciousness (awareness) has the power to "bind" or to "liberate" him according to the quality of his thinking and his actions.

         Temple of Solomon: Star Overview 
Within these pages information is presented which suggests that the blueprint of our solar system has been "encoded" in the Gospel of Matthew for 2000 years. 

         Temple of Solomon: Magi 
The Magi were specialists in interpreting the signs in the heavens. According to the dialogue "Alcibiades", ascribed to Plato, the Persian Magi practiced a form of spiritual mysticism which was their religion

         Temple of Solomon: The Great Pyramid and the Pi Factor
The Great Pyramid is also a "sculpture" of a photon "at rest" and its secret Pi dimension leads toThe Star of Bethlehem   -   The Capstone of The Great Pyramid a Unified Field Theory and the source of a "week" as a measurement of time

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Levity Website: Alchemy 
Over 90 megabytes online of information on alchemy in all its facets. Divided into over 1300 sections and providing tens of thousands of pages of text, over 2000 images, over 200 complete alchemical texts, extensive bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts, numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on alchemy.

         Levity Website: Alchemy Search Page 
Search the Alchemy website

         Levity Website: Alchemy: Articles: 
A list of interesting articles on this site.

o        Levity Website: Alchemy: Article: Dee:
Ron Heisler: John Dee and the Secret Societies

         Levity Website: Links 
Links and resources

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The Mystica Website:

TheMystica Website  
There are over 890 articles presented. Initially this volume seemed small to other on-line encyclopedias, but the encyclopedia's objectives are not small, they still are universal.

         The Mystica Website: Topics 
Topics to research on this site.

         The Mystica Website: Sitemap 
Sitemap the map of Mystica.

         The Mystica Website: Links 
A nice collection of Links 

Selected Subjects from Mystica:

         The Mystica Website: Kaballah 
The Kabbalah (also Cabala, Kabala, Qabalah) is system of thought which was originally included in Jewish theosophy, philosophy, science, magic and mysticism. 'Kabbalah' is Hebrew for "that which is received" and refers to a secret oral tradition of teaching which extends from teacher to pupil. 

         The Mystica Website: Gematria 
A system by which hidden truths and meanings are discovered within words. Each letter of an alphabet corresponds to a number. Numerical values of words are totaled up and then these words are said to correspond with other words sharing the same numerical value. 

         The Mystica Website: Notarikon 
In Kabbalism this is a mystic way of using words in the Bible to interpret that book. Notarikon utilizes the procedure of devising new words from combinations of the first and last letters of special words. This resembles two other different methods of gaining enlightenment called gematria and temurah.

  • The Mystica Website: Akashic Records  
    Akashic Records: A theosophical term referring to an universal filing system which records every occurring thought, word, and action. The records are impressed on a subtle substance called akasha (or Soniferous Ether). In Hindu mysticism this akasha is thought to be the primary principle of nature from which the other four natural principles, fire, air, earth, and water, are created. These five principles also represent the five senses of the human being.

Selected Biographies from Mystica:

         The Mystica Website: Francis Bacon 
Elizabethan England was anything but a free society...

         The Mystica Website: John Dee
John Dee was born in London on July 13, 1527...

         The Mystica Website:.Agrippa 
The writings of Henry Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (1486-1535),commonly referred to as Agrippa influenced occultists for generations. His thinking was different and advanced for his times which frequently brought him into conflict with contemporaries and church officials. He excelled in his studies at the University of Cologne and proficiently spoke eight languages. By his early twenties he was skilled in alchemy, having read Kabbalistic and Hermetic literature extensively.

         The Mystica Website: Paracelsus 
Paracelsus who was born Philippus Aureolus (1493-1541) took the pseudonym of Theophrastus Bombastus Von Hohenheim. He became a renown physician, alchemist and occultist.

         The Mystica Website: Hermes Trismegistus 
The alleged teacher the magical system known as Hermetism of which high magic and alchemy are thought to be twin branches. The name Trismegistus means thrice greatest Hermes, and is the title given by the Greeks to the Egyptian god Thoth or Tehuti, a lord of wisdom and learning.

         The Mystica Website: Trithemius 
Trithemius was born in Germany, as a magician and alchemist he studied in France, where he Latinized his name.

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NAtlantis Website:

NAtlantis Presents 
A great website that offers discussion and links to find answers to the Shakespeare Authorship Mystery.

         NAtlantis Presents The Shakespeare Authorship Forum 
An online forum for the purpose of discussing Authorship issues and more.

Truth about Vaccines! 

Important Truth and Information about Vaccines.


Kaballah Websites:
A Spirituality Web Directory.




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Libraries and Collections:

SCETI: Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image:

SCETI Schoenberg Center for Electronis Text & Image  
SCETI, a fully integrated digital library, was created in 1996 to publish virtual facsimiles of rare books and manuscripts in the Penn Library's collections. Its ongoing mission is to make accessible to the global community of scholars and researchers primary source materials that would otherwise be difficult to access. the site is free and open to all in the interests of knowledge and learning. 

         SCETI: The English Renaissance in Context (ERIC) 
The English Renaissance in Context (ERIC) is a NEH-funded project designed to provide scholars and students at a variety of levels with access to major texts of the English Renaissance in their original versions 

         SCETI: Shakespeare's First Folio  
A beautifully done first folio

         SCETI Images 
Beautiful images that have the ability to enlarge 2X, 4X, and 8X!

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Twilit Grotto -- Esoteric Archives:

Twilit Grotto -- Esoteric Archives  
Twilit Grotto: Archives of Western Esoterica Main Page

         Esoteric Archives Home Page  
Welcome to
Twilit Grotto of Joseph and Candy Peterson  

         Twilit Grotto -- Esoteric Archives: Site Map   
Site Map for navigation of site 

         Twilit Grotto -- Esoteric Archives: Links 
Links to informative sites for researching Esoteric Wisdom

Selected Archives from Twilit Grotto -- Esoteric Archives:

         Esoteric Archives: Dee
HTML versions of John Dee's works


Bacon works in text:

Darkwing's Links

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J.R. Ritman Library - Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica

The Library of Hermetic Philosophy in Amsterdam  
The Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica is a private library located in the heart of Amsterdam. It was founded by Amsterdam businessman Joost R. Ritman, who decided to make his collections part of the public domain in 1984. The library is not linked to any public institution or library. The library with its collections of books and manuscripts and its exhibition rooms are located on Bloemstraat 13-19, Amsterdam, and is freely accessible to the public.

         The Library of Hermetic Philosophy in Amsterdam: Collections:l 
The Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica brings together manuscripts and printed works in the field of the Hermetic tradition, more specifically the 'Christian-Hermetic' tradition. Shakespeare 
Search for Shakespeare quotes by word or phrase

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