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Friday, 06 May 2011 17:23

(Click to download "The tragedy of Coriolanus")



    It is my honor to open a parenthesis about Will-I-AM Shake-speare and offer you two exercises.

    The first exercise is simple ... and is to enjoy the play titled "The Tragegy of Coriolanus". To do that, simply hit the mouse on the image above.

     The second lesson is a little bit more complex and regards the fact that you please wonder that Mr. Francis Bacon was the real author of the Shakespearean Plays.

     I, Giovanni will not request that you mind that he was Ascended Master Saint Germain, or that he lives several hundred years and that he still was ... with the same body ... Christopher Colombo (that means Christ-go-to-colonize), very equivalent to Will-I-AM Shake-speare and/or Christian Rosenkreuz.

      I neither will request that you wonder that he was the very son of Elizabeth I, the "virgin" Queen ... and the very heir to the throne of England ...

      I, However am requesting you (or thee) that you please understand that William Shakespeare was a pseudonymous like Nicholas Bourbaki for the French School of Mathematics.

       I, Giovanni enter to Shakespeare from the Mystical and Saint Germain door ... and I love that step.

       Reading a book published by Elizabeth Clare Prophet (in Spanish, titled "Messages of Saint Germain and the Seven Archangels) ... I discover the facts I am commenting.

       Then I discover from her Wesbite, http://www.tsl.org the book, The Shakespeare Code and still the book, Shakespeare Enigma: Unravelling the Story of the Two Poets - Peter A. Dawkins.

       After these two books I consider that Shakespeare Code is a new matter ... but I arrive to the 1910 book written by Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence - Bacon is Shake-speare.

       You can download because is copyright free. This is the latest book of ten offered by us in the FTHumanEvolutionCourse,

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And these are the questions and exercises.

I reach the decision to offer the Play The tragedy of Coriolanus, because an hypothetical conversation between Bacon and Shakspeare.

Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence was right!

If you look on the Web ... you will discover that this create serious controversy ... because other authors attack Mr. Sir Durning-Lawrence.

I, Giovanni confirm Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence ... Bacon is Shake-speare ... and of course I am telling you much more.

Blessed you are!

Giovanni A. Orlando.

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