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Topic: Matheology § 194
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Virgil

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Re: Matheology � 194
Posted: Jan 20, 2013 4:17 AM
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<306e66dd-aace-4d01-8346-70ed9f8a1c6d@ho8g2000vbb.googlegroups.com>,
WM <mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de> wrote:

> Matheology § 194
>
> For many years I have in the hours of leisure granted me, given much
> study of the Life and Works of Francis Bacon, who in my eyes is one of
> the greatest geniuses of Christianity. By this I have become
> persuaded, that the opinion so ridiculed by most scholars, of Francis
> Bacon being the writer of the Shakespearian Dramas, is founded on
> truth [...] The proofs, I believe I have found, are purely historical,
> and I propose gradually to publish all the material in question I have
> at command. [...] Therein Francis Bacon is designated not only as the
> Creator of the Elisabethean Period, but indeed is addressed as
> Shakespeare, for <Quirinus> (found in the seventeenth distich) denotes
> clearly in English <Spear-Swinger> or <-Shaker>. [Cantor's Preface of
> the Resurrecti divi Quirini Francisci Baconi edited by Cantor, 1896,
> acccording to Purkert, Ilgauds: "Georg Cantor 1845 - 1918",
> Birkhäuser, Basel (1987) p. 85]
>



Sounds almost as crazy as WM.
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