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Shakespeare was really “Kit” Marlowe



QUESTION: Dear Kryon, it was quite a thrill to get your information that Shakespeare was really “Kit” Marlowe—it answered, to my complete satisfaction, a question that many of us literary types have had for generations. But recently, from another channelling source, I read that Francis Bacon was Shakespeare! I don’t want to make this an either/or proposition, because that would mean that one or the other statement was untrue, which would invalidate the rest of that entity’s remarks as well. Is it at all possible, therefore, that somehow both statements are true? They seem to be in direct conflict.


ANSWER: When history finally provides proof, then you’ll know the answer and can make up your own mind about what you perceive as the “conflict.” As for who it was? I was there.



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