Archive for March, 2016

Life & Death – A Human Adventure

Posted in Uncategorized on March 31, 2016 by thecockneybard

Life & Death – A Human Adventure – The Cockney Bard

Although my life is soon to end I ponder mistakes I have done. I grieve for a life wasted in short spans, for my time callous in places. Who am I, what am I on a road I briefly touched. I endeavored to be the best I could, when I could, but learning for me was a barrage of obtrusive sentiments, blocking an otherwise sensitive human being. I hated me at times with such a despairing loathing of who I should be, what I should be. In truth life seemed to pass me by. So here I am facing death, a certainty. Its revelation soon thrust upon me. I know not of death & what I shall face. I love to imagine it is some wonderful paradise, where many before me have walked, and where many will do so after my demise. I want to imagine many will celebrate my passing, but in reality I know no paradise, and no joyous celebration of the life I have had.

What will become of me as death knocks at my door? No celebration, no light, no darkness, nothing? I am to believe that? My all, my everything comes down to one moment in a lifetime, when I close my eyes for a final time, perhaps scanning a lifetime of memories? Perhaps an empty void where they should be? I realise now as death calls me that life could have be kinder, I could have been better, but my lasting memory was how short it all was, and that nothing could have prepared me for death. Death, be nice to me, be painless, be ruthless & quick for you are all I have left. I cannot foresee tomorrow. My needs are few, my wants are many but life & death are part of my journey, your journey too! Say goodbye from me won’t you as I sail on my merry way. Raise a glass or tip your hat. Please don’t forget me as life surely will. Death will embrace me, will comfort me, will bring me all I never found. And who knows I may return a better man on the road we know as life.

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What I love most about the gift/ability

Posted in Uncategorized on March 31, 2016 by thecockneybard

What I love most about the gift/ability is after all the debate, the investigations, the disbelief they end up with only one conclusion it is true, totally genuine & beyond any reasonable doubt. To some it will truly frighten, to some it will cause disbelief, to others simply astonishment.

True resting place of Sir Francis Bacon

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 26, 2016 by thecockneybard

index bacon SIR FRANCIS BACON 1561 – 1626 Francis Bacon in his will said he wanted to be ‘buried obscurely’ so is he really buried in St Albans or just perhaps here in St Gregorys, Norwich? Burial place of another Francis Bacon of Norwich. Here is something we discovered sometime back whilst visiting the Church. The eulogy can only be for the great philosopher and it is this which makes us believe he is and what a great discovery that will be. We could be completely wrong but on the other hand! In part it reads: a touchstone, a Solomon here on earth impartial (if anyone is) like the judge in heaven. At last he is at rest and lies here although he but lies in wait impervious to sand and decay who scolded the world with oratorical attacks and the select few abandoned this good discoverer for the multiple unholy gods justice unsaid on earth.

The following is taken from a website we found: The wall monument pays eulogy in Latin to St Francis which basically says he was a worthy judge who deserves to be mourned .There are also references to his refusal to abandon his allegiance to the crown and his subsequent return to Norwich. All of these facets are illustrated by references to biblical and mythological figures: Niobe : A mortal woman in Greek mythology whose fourteen children were killed by the Gods and whom is often a symbol of mourning Solomon : Solomon was the builder of the “First Temple of the Lord” in Jerusalem.In the bible he is described as being great in wisdom, wealth, and power. Astraea : In Greek mythology Astraea (“star-maiden”) was a daughter of Zeus and Themis. She and her mother were both personifications of justice. As mankind became wicked, she was the last of the immortals to stay on earth, ascending to heaven to become the constellation Virgo. The scales of justice she carried became the nearby constellation Libra.

The final paragraph makes reference to another Francis Bacon and to St Albans. This is believed to be a reference to Francis Bacon, Viscount St Alban (1561–1626), lord chancellor, politician, and philosopher The translation reads : “Who comes here, may I ask, who seeks Niobe who has been turned to stone and whose tears dry up the sea? No one can run away from such tears unless they are part of the sea. Be not silent men of stony speech. Equality is indeed just when making laws. He came here burdened, wasted and weighed down. You do not know the unknown. He heard like the Etruscan soldier not wanting to bend to the law for whom is this hymn-like monument of law a mediator, a judge, a reference point, a touchstone, a Solomon here on earth impartial (if anyone is) like the judge in heaven. At last he is at rest and lies here although he but lies in wait impervious to sand and decay who scolded the world with oratorical attacks and the select few abandoned this good discoverer for the multiple unholy gods justice unsaid on earth. The justice of the angry heavens left the earth to flee to the stars, following Astraea restored at home with holiness, the newest light of legal business. Rather when the name of great St Albans is spoken and in blood and in name on both sides, he hears worthy Francis Bacon.”

THOUGHTS TO PONDER… A judge also named Francis bacon is buried there. Why would Bacon St Albans say in his will he wanted to be buried ‘Obscurely’ when everyone knows he is buried in St Albans? Why is there a tribute in St Gregorys, Norwich to Sir Francis Bacon, St Albans? The tribute of Solomon, Touchstone, Good discoverer etc can only apply to the great man of St Albans. Is the truth written in Latin on the plaque itself ….At last he is at rest and lies here although he but lies in wait impervious to sand and decay who scolded the world with oratorical attacks and the select few abandoned this good discoverer for the multiple unholy gods justice unsaid on earth. Peter Dawkins How extraordinary! Intriguing! 3 May at 19:29 Baconian expert Peter Dawkins comment to me on facebook! We believe we have discovered his true resting place & we believe the plaque surely tells you the answer!

 

Please Note, a will from 1624 later than the one I refer to said he wanted to be buried with his mother but that is if you rule out the royal connection & real mother. I simply can’t.  I believe this is where he is. If proven wrong happy to say I was wrong!

The Cockney Bard in four lines

Posted in Uncategorized on March 25, 2016 by thecockneybard

THE COCKNEY BARD – AN EXPLANATION IN SHAKESPEARE SONNET 86

and this says it all – Sonnet 86 ‘Was it his spirit, by spirits taught to write above a mortal pitch, that struck me dead? No, neither he, nor his compeers by night giving him aid, my verse astonished. He, nor that affable familiar ghost which nightly gulls him with intelligence….

Shakespeare’s Tomb Research

Posted in Uncategorized on March 21, 2016 by thecockneybard

Shakespeare’s tomb research

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/…/Shakespeares-grave-to-be-radar…

Don’t expect them to announce anything that confirms it is not the bard though. Even Mark Rylance doesn’t believe Shakespeare wrote the works but a group. Me too! One of the greatest fables ever told turned into an industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VLzLrm0Yqs

“Any research or investigation within Holy Trinity Church can only take place with the express permission of the church.
Requests are always dealt with on a case by case basis, and may be subject to confidentiality agreements.”

POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING

Posted in Uncategorized on March 21, 2016 by thecockneybard

Thought of the day

POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING

When you are negative good things happen, equally when you are positive bad things happen. This reality puts into question the power of positive thinking. Think it & so it will be. Although it’s much better to be positive than negative that is obvious. Esther & Jerry Hicks made a fortune telling us the great secret of positive thinking. When he got cancer she told everyone he had been bitten by a spider. He sort chemo. He later died. The power of positive thought had been abandoned

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Nature

Posted in Uncategorized on March 21, 2016 by thecockneybard

We should all celebrate nature. It is all we are. The great mystery that is her. Why try to understand her when we should just stand in awe and admire her beauty!