“I am come hither to accuse no man, nor to speak anything of that, whereof I am accused and condemned to die, but I pray God save the king and send him long to reign over you, for a gentler nor a more merciful prince was there never: and to me he was ever a good, a gentle and sovereign lord.”
Anne Boleyn was born circa 1501, likely in Bickling (Norfolk), England. She was the second wife of King Henry VIII—a scandalous marriage, given that he had been denied an annulment from his first wife by the Roman Church, and that his mistress was Anne's sister, Mary. Thusly, King Henry VIII broke from the Church to marry Anne. She gave birth to a daughter, but could not conceive a son. On May 19, 1536, Anne Boleyn was executed on false charges of incest, witchcraft, adultery and conspiracy against the king. Her daughter, Elizabeth, emerged as one of England's greatest queens. Anne Boleyn died on May 19, 1536, in London, England.
*********************************************************************Prelude to psyanalysis. . . . .There is little doubt that the title line and the signature line discovered by Sakeringo were by the same person. I had thought otherwise and finally gave in and researched further. Ironically, the answer was in the link given by Sakeringo and is copied below. Now I can summarize my findings.
Anne Boleyn has been described as an idealist, but she was more than that. She had strong mystical leanings and viewed herself as protectorate of England. Even “mystical leanings” falls short for giving insight to this great lady. She appears to have had, or actually believed she had, spiritual connections and achieved the impossible at the ultimate sacrifice of giving herself. She made the difference for becoming the sacrificial lamb to an odious King Henry VIII, but what that difference is/was, we can only hope to learn with time. The turning point in her tragic life occurred at age 11 years.
Phrased simply and to the point, irrespective of what I may think, or believe, Anne Boleyn at great cost to herself gave England the balance needed to face an uncertain future. She was in a sense England’s savior. Power had corrupted King Henry beyond human hope, and the remarkable Anne Boleyn put herself in harms way to accomplish what she believed was her mission. She was the Biblical Ruth and maybe even more. Click on King Henry’s picture below to see his signature, also. It is satanic. http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutAnneBoleyn.htm
Anne Boleyn in her early years harbored considerable resentment that were strongly levied against her mother for leading to aggression and attempted to keep her feelings contained by compensating. Extremely perceptive and equally intelligent, she used these as skills to her advantage. She was very emotional and gave vent to bursts of anger, if not outrage, that were self-defeating. It is nearly impossible to understand how she could get into bed with this man turned beast and allow him to possess her. It was only a question of time before he perceived she was using him
Psyanalysis reveals she was not ambitious for her daughter, or herself, she was committed to follow through on her convictions. Her ambition was England and not her daughter.
I mentioned in earlier postings that an object was placed inside her torn torso by King Henry to personify the curse. I no longer believe it was inserted into her torso, but instead placed between her fingers for entwining eight to ten inches of a cross. Large glass stones are contained in settings and affixed to the perpendicular surfaces that are painted black in a 3 to 5 ratio, conceivably, inverted in her hands for the stark symbolism. My understanding is the cross must be removed and destroyed. The ghost of Anne Boleyn in the Tower of London might vanish for the restless episodes, together with the ghost of Peter, a k a Henry VIII..