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Cosmic Convergence Research Group The Hidden Connections between the Elizabethan Court led by Sir Francis Bacon, the Founding Fathers of the American Republic guided by Comte de Saint Germain, and the Kremlin Leaders Assembled by Russian President Vladimir Putin This is a story which spans the entirety of the 6000 yearlong Kali Yuga. There are several significant threads interwoven throughout this multi-millennial saga which graphically portray our current Age of Conflict. Queen Elizabeth It is the Elizabethan era and the court of Queen Elizabeth I of England which provide the center stage for this essay, as does the American Revolutionary War period in the fledgling Thirteen Colonies. The leap from the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras (1558 through 1625) to the Thirteen Colonies of the pre and post American War of Independence (early 1770s through 1783) is not well understood, even by the most knowledgeable historians. Which brings us to Sir Francis Bacon and Roger Bacon. Sir Francis Bacon Related:  Conspiracy 'Theories'

Underground Bases DNA Activation The Unveiling – Underground Bases, Celebrity Cloning, Breakaway Civilizations, Zero-Point Field Technology, Soul/Consciousness Transfer, Immortality, Trauma-Based Mind-Control, Genetic Engineering, DNA Activation, Time Tra John Dee John Dee was an eminent Elizabethan mathematician and astrologer. His studies into the Occult took him abroad on many occasions, and this has added weight to the suspicion that he was also a secret government agent (code name 007). He was employed teaching navigation to Naval Captains for 30 years, but is most well known for his active involvement in occult thought and practice.Dee was born near London on the 13th of July 1527. His father was a gentleman server in the court of King Henry VIII. John claimed to be a descendant of Roderick the Great, a Prince of Wales. John Dee, seatedIn 1542 at the age of 15, Dee entered Cambridge College and graduated in 1544 with a BA. During the reign of Queen Mary Tudor (Bloody Mary), Dee was arrested and accused of attempting to kill her with sorcery. Queen Elizabeth succeeded her sister in 1558, and Dee found a new era of prosperity, he was even commissioned to predict the best astrological time for her coronation.

Reassembling the Lost Library of a 16th-Century Magician Who Spoke to Angels Fold-up geometrical illustrations in the first English edition of Euclid’s ‘Elements of Geometry,’ published London, 1570. John Dee wrote a mathematical preface to the book. (© Royal College of Physicians) The 16th-century John Dee was a magician in the court of Elizabeth I, a man who had conversations with angels, an astrologer once imprisoned for predicting Queen Mary Tudor’s death through her horoscope, and a spy. He signed his coded name as 007, a sign-off which later inspired Ian Fleming’s character James Bond. Despite this litany of lore, much of the real life of John Dee remains a mystery, one which researchers are helping to unravel with the reassembly of his library. A rotating paper volvelle used as a cipher disc in Johannes Trithemius’ cryptographic book ‘Polygraphy,’ published Paris, 1561. Scholar, Courtier, Magician: The Lost Library of John Dee opens today at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) in London. “Lost Library” of John Dee books (courtesy RCP and John Chase)

Comte Saint-Germain: The Immortal German Alchemist. A Man Beyond His Time Many average, reasonable men can conceive wisdom only under the boring form of a sermon and think of the sage only in the semblance of a clergyman. For such men prudery, hypocrisy, and the most abject enslavement to ritual habit and prejudice must be the everyday virtues. When therefore it happens that a genuine sage, by way of amusing himself, mystifies his contemporaries, follows a woman, or lightheartedly raises his glass, he is condemned eternally by the army of short-sighted people whose judgment forms posterity. That is what happened in the case of the Comte de Saint-Germain. His contemporaries did not forgive him this weakness. His Lifestyle Saint-Germain seems also to have been free personally from the solemnity in which men of religion and philosophers wrap themselves. At first sight all this is incompatible with the high mission with which he was invested, with the part he played in the Hermetic societies of Germany and France. A Man Who Never Dies

Welcome to The Cosmic Switchboard - The Cosmic Switchboard Scholar, courtier, magician: the lost library of John Dee | Royal College of Physicians January – July 2016 A major exhibition revealing the fascinating life, times and lost library of Queen Elizabeth I’s most famous ‘conjurer’. John Dee (1527–1609) is one of the most intriguing characters of 16th century England. A member of the Elizabethan court, he is infamous for his attempts to make contact with other-worldly spirits and his study and practice of alchemy. He was also a mathematician and scholar of navigation, a founding fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, a university lecturer on rhetoric, and an astrologer. Dee’s library was one of the most famous collections of books and manuscripts of its time, as renowned for its contents as for the fact it was pillaged and dispersed while Dee was travelling in Europe during the 1580s. Today the Royal College of Physicians library contains more than 100 books previously belonging to Dee: the largest known collection of Dee books surviving in one location. @RCPmuseum

First glimpse of lost library of Elizabethan polymath John Dee Where to start with the legend and life of Dr Dee? Born on 13 July 1527, John Dee became one of the greatest scholars of the age, and a philosopher and courtier to Queen Elizabeth I. A polymath, he was a proto-modern scientist, a friend of Tycho Brahe, with interests in rational thought, as well as magic. Shakespeare is said to have based both King Lear and Prospero on him. Advertisement During his lifetime, Dee accumulated dozens of artefacts and books and his house in Mortlake, London, became one of the largest libraries in England. Dee was interested in cryptography and has been linked with the mysterious Voynich manuscript. This is a wonderful pop-up book of mathematics. This animation shows the hole left by a bookworm – possibly the larva of the death watch beetle. The books and artefacts including magic mirrors and a crystal ball, are being shown for the first time since Dee’s death 400 years ago. Image credits: Royal College of Physicians More on these topics:

THE MYSTERIOUS ROSICRUCIAN, WHO WAS THE FATHER OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC Chapter Eleven from: Great Secret: Count St. Germain by Raymond Bernard Throughout his life, Francis Bacon's fondest hope was the, creation of a Utopia across the Atlantic, the realization of his "New Atlantis" in the form of a society of free men, governed by sages and scientists, in which his Freemasonic and Rosicrucian principles would govern the social, political and economic life of the new nation. It was for this reason why, as Lord Chancellor, he took such an active interest in the colonization of America, and why he sent his son to Virginia as one of the early colonists. For it was in America, through the pen of Thomas Paine and the writings of Thomas Jefferson, as well as through the revolutionary activities of his many Rosicrucian-Freemasonic followers, most prominent among whom were George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, that he hoped to create a new nation dedicated to his political philosophy.