Gateways to Wisdom

Did you know that Sir Francis Bacon was one of the greatest geniuses of all time, and recognised as such by his contemporaries?

Did you know that Bacon’s philosophy was designed to embrace all three realms of natural, human and divine existence?

Did you know that Bacon taught that philosophy/science was and should be the servant of divinity, the Word of God as revealed to the prophets or inspired into the human heart?

Did you know that Bacon urged us to dicover metaphysical as well as physical laws, seeing love as the greatest law of all?

Did you know that Bacon was a master kabalist and that his grand project is designed according to kabalistic wisdom?

Did you know that Bacon set up a treasure trail to help train us in the Art of Discovery?

Did you know that Francis Bacon's contemporaries identified him as a secret poet, the chief of them all, who wrote stage plays and renovated philosophy using comedy and tragedy?

Did you know that Francis Bacon was referred to as both Apollo and Pallas Athena, the ‘Spear-Shaker’ or ‘Shake-Spear’?

Did you know that two contemporary 16th century poets identified Francis Bacon as the author of the Shakespeare poems, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece?

Did you know that a 16th century collection of manuscripts that once contained the Shakespeare plays, Richard II and Richard III, names Francis Bacon as their author?

Did you know that Bacon headed a literary studio of poets and writers?

Did you know......?

  “Ignorance is the curse of God;
Knowledge the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.”


Please note that we have had to postpone the 20 Sept and 1 Nov 2015 Events.


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