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4in1. Mask of Shakespeare, Mysteries of Bacon, Book by Cartier, Secrets of the NSA

The official web site of the book “4in1“:

4in1.ws

4in1. Mask of Shakespeare, Mysteries of Bacon, Book by Cartier, Secrets of the NSA

In 1938, the authoritative European cryptographer, General François Cartier, who headed the cryptographic service of France military during WWI, published an analytical book “The Problem of Cryptography and History.”

This entire work was dedicated to recovering the secret autobiography of Francis Bacon, which was encrypted using his own biliteral cipher and embedded in parts across numerous printed books by various authors of the Elizabethan era.

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A. Phoenix read and reviewed the book:

FRANCIS BACON, THE BACON BI-LITERAL DECIPHERMENTS OF GENERAL FRANCOIS CARTIER HEAD OF THE FRENCH CIPHER INTELLIGENCE SERVICE, THE FRAUDULENT FRIEDMANS, AND A WORK WRITTEN BY A FORMER MEMBER OF THE RUSSIAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES

4in1

Mask of Shakespeare

Mysteries of Bacon

Book by Cartier

Secrets of the NSA

(Second Edition, 2023 translated from the Russian)

https://4in1.ws/

‘In the foundations of cryptography as a solid scientific computer mathematical discipline there lies a big Mystery of the occult mystical sense. By a long-standing tradition, it is forbidden to talk about this Mystery. But by whom it is forbidden and on what grounds, actually, no one knows..’

Due to the multi-layered depth and complexity of this work it would be virtually impossible to do it justice in a brief review or summary of its interconnected themes. This landmark work is a milestone in Bacon-Shakespeare scholarship and its secret hidden links with British, US & French Intelligence, the Folger Shakespeare Library and its learned journal the Shakespeare Quarterly, and numerous individuals working for these Agencies and Institutions, that were or became involved in Bacon-Shakespeare scholarship. This indispensable work in particular focuses upon two such individuals William F. Friedman and Francois Cartier, the one world famous in the realms of Bacon-Shakespeare cryptology and the other (as the author of this work repeatedly emphasizes) almost completely written out of the Bacon-Shakespeare canon.

In support of its central contentions, it contains little known and difficult to access documents, evidence and facts, and provides links to specialised cryptological and intelligence publications and articles, and other obscure sources of information that have remained suppressed or hidden for decades and in some instances for more than a century.

I have written an article on the subject which I have placed on Academia:

Francis_Bacon_the_Bacon_Bi_literal_Decip-1.pdf