Maybe because Mark Twain is my favorite writer, but i have thought Francis Bacon was Shakespeare for a long time.
The documentary I posted earlier implies that there was a group of writers over-seen by Bacon. This seems like a shocking revelation.
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A group of writers working in secret? Over-seen by Francis Bacon who was inspired by spirits?
Hamlet has a new meaning to me now.
I wonder if Bacon wasn't questioning what he was doing all the while and the betrayal to humanity that this implies?
Reminds me of Kubrick's regret--he is the most likely moon-hoax footage candidate.
Some of our greatest minds, tricked and used up... this is a pattern that upsets me.
Sure I would like to believe that Bacon and Kubrick were working for the ultimate good. Nothing would inspire me more, but it doesn't seem likely.
What seems likely is beautiful deception turning old and haggard in the arms of youthful idealisms...