- Lawrence Gerald’s sirbacon.org features an enormous amount of Baconian information and opinion
- The Francis Bacon Research Trust – lots of material from a contemporary esoteric perspective
- A website dedicated to Sarah Winchester, a prominent nineteenth-century Baconian and Theosophist scholar.
Philosophy and science
- The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy contains a short online biography and a thorough introduction to Bacon’s philosophy
- Manly P. Hall’s Secret Teachings of All Ages is available to read online, featuring a chapter on the Bacon/Shakespeare question and information on subjects such as the Qabbala, Alchemy, Tarot, Ceremonial Magic, Neo-Platonic Philosophy, Mystery Religions, and the theory of Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry.
- The Royal Society site features the continuing work of a society founded to advance Bacon’s scientific vision.
- Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation (RILKO) “An organisation providing a platform for the dissemination of hidden knowledge incorporated in myth and legend, number and geometry, art and music, architectural proportion, megalithic structures and the geomantic layout of cities and landscape.”
- Project Gutenberg, the original comprehensive source of e-texts on the Internet
- Hanover College contains another useful selection of early modern texts
- Luminarium.org contains a good listing of major Bacon works available. This site features an outstanding selection of renaissance and early modern texts, and contextual information.
- Senate House Library, the main library of the University of London, is the home of the Durning-Lawrence library (bequeathed by the well-known Baconian Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence) and contains most of the Francis Bacon Society Library on deposit.
- The Durning-Lawrence Library – This is the private collection of Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence (1837-1914), protagonist in the Bacon-Shakespeare authorship controversy. The library contains approximately 5,750 volumes. It is rich in early editions of works connected with Sir Francis Bacon: Bacon’s own writings, and obvious Baconiana (works about or mentioning Bacon).
- The Huntingdon Library in California has an online catalogue of its titles, which includes many Baconian publications. Click the link above and search ‘Bacon’ or ‘Baconian’ for a list of titles.
- The Oxford Francis Bacon project is currently compiling a new 15-volume critical edition of Bacon’s complete works. Six of the fifteen have been published so far.