ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Margaret Barsi-Greene was born in Budapest, and came to America in her early years. After completing her education, she worked in various parts of the country, finally settling in Southern California, where she worked in the Script Department of a large Hollywood movie studio.
Always searching to discover the riddle of existence, she began reading in the fields of philosophy, the occult, ancient religions, and astrology. She became intrigued with Francis Bacon, Prince Tudor, whom she terms “our modern genius.” She adds, “To me, he epitomized all the miraculous and celestial qualities latent in man.” Her study of the ciphers in Shakespeare’s plays led her to arrange them into a book which tells the consecutive story of Prince Tudor’s life.