In The New Atlantis, a treatise on political philosophy written as a fable, Francis Bacon (1561–1626, an embodiment of Saint Germain) explores the components of an ideal society. The unfinished work was published posthumously in 1626. Thought to be an allegorical reference to America, the book is said to contain the keys to the rituals of Freemasonry.
Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 25, no. 56.