Shakespeare and the bible: parallel passages [NOOK Book]

Overview

Shakespeare and the Bible, Parallel Passages is the very book that join the Shakespearian Plays and the Holy Bible. Originally published in 1888, by G. Q. Colton and now reprinted, enhanced and updated y Giovanni A. Orlando, the book offers fresh air on the Shakespearian Plays, citing the Holy Scriptures. What few knows is that both Books comes from the pen of Francis Bacon (1561-1626). In fact, Francis Bacon works behind the scenes to support the one who was chosen by Queen Elizabeth like her successor, King ...
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Overview

Shakespeare and the Bible, Parallel Passages is the very book that join the Shakespearian Plays and the Holy Bible. Originally published in 1888, by G. Q. Colton and now reprinted, enhanced and updated y Giovanni A. Orlando, the book offers fresh air on the Shakespearian Plays, citing the Holy Scriptures. What few knows is that both Books comes from the pen of Francis Bacon (1561-1626). In fact, Francis Bacon works behind the scenes to support the one who was chosen by Queen Elizabeth like her successor, King James ... but Francis Bacon was her heir and royal successor because his son! Bacon explains and codes his story in a parallel story inside the plays ... but that is another story ... This fascinating Book includes passages from both, the Holy Bible and the Shakespearian Plays, offering an inestimable source of inspiration for the lovers of the English Language.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014023320
  • Publisher: Future Technologies inc
  • Publication date: 2/9/2012
  • Series: Forgotten Science and New Age , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 149
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 738 KB

Meet the Author

Giovanni A. Orlando was born in Caracas, Venezuela in an Italian family. He enter in Science Faculty at the UCV (Caracas, Venezuela) at the young age of sixteen completing the studies in Mathematics in 1986, at the age of 22. Then, the family moves to Italy where he lives, actually. He lives several weeks in NY in 1987 and in Los Angeles in 2002, and also two years in Caracas, its lovely natal city from 2006 to 2008. In Italy he got the Italian degree in Math from the Università degli Studi di Bologna, in December 1992. In Northern-East of Italy, in Pordenone (close to Venice) he found a small company dedicated to UNIX and Linux training the day of him birthday, May 28th. He publish a complete collection of Linux training material that was available in CD-ROM, in several countries like Italy, Spain, UK and US, titled FTLinuxCourse. He also release a complete UNIX-based Operating System, based on the Linux Kernel including +1,500 packages in March 2004, called FTOSX. In September 2004, he resume its efforts in a book called The Art (complete title is: The Art of Building your Personal Operating System), available at Amazon.com. From him returns to Venezuela, in 1997 and from 2006, he had established a strong connection with the Family of Light, from Saint Germain, to Jesus and Archangel Michael. This connection lead him to read him Akashic records regarding his past lives and slowly reconnect with his essence, as well discovering his covenant with The Family of Light. He comments him experiences in his books about Religions, like The Book of Apocalypse explained ... and The Secret of the Andes and others coming ... Actually he is working actively on a project called FTHumanEvolutionCourse, that offer training in +100 disciplines ranging between Sciences, Arts, Religions, Languages, Medicine, Human Evolution, and Alchemy, organized in Twelve Subjects.
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