I will soon have copied documents from the Royalty of Spain and Portugal circa 1590 that demands at least 16 decoys and obstructions to be set in multiple areas up and down the coast all the way to Bermuda, before the 'beloved is carried to his place of rest.
It is absolute truth that 10 of these 12 willingly took their own lives before a Royal Court in Portugal or Morocco (not sure) in 1598 on behalf of eternal silence.
Sir Issac Newton had something to do with the construction of the ambercoated capsule this beloved lied within.
I don't think it was the beloved who lied, I think Isaac Newton lied, because he was born 45 years after those 10 or 12 devoted souls took their extreme vows of silence. Somebody could, at least, have told them that some cretin was about to write it all down for Will and posterity, and that their noble gesture was therefore wasted.
Those that carried this 'beloved' across the Atlantic in a boat (named either ‘Pura Vida' OR ‘Pura Viesta’) numbered 12.
I think this 'boat' numbered 12 could also have been named either 'Pura Nada' OR 'Pura Mentira'. However, I could be wrong, and I'll wait until the original source documents have been published, their location stated, and their existence, content and authenticity established. Then we can start arguing over translations and who the beloved really was and wasn't, what he / she believed in or didn't, and how this does and doesn't relate to RLC etc. I reckon it'll be great fun and look forward to it immensely. Not.
By the way, who is this Will, and what's he infamous for?