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  1. The other obvious binary is the presence of two capitalized words in a line or not. The capitalization of words seems to be arbitrary. That yields: AABAB and BABAA These are for the characters: F W Here we have two letters which point to each other in the ancient Greek. The sound for W was denoted by the F character. F's value in ancient Greek was 6. It is conserved in the Latin with the f in the 6th position. In Greek today the "w" sound is a lower case Phi symbol which is the 21st position. There's a similar 6+21=27 that comes out of digamma and F. It may be that 27 was cleverly pointed to in two ways using what are two readily observed binaries. If you recall, I made a post showing that the Droeshout portrait of the "geometric man" was an image based in 27 degree angles. 3^3 appears to be well accounted for. In the First Folio. FF, for what it is worth, is 66, which can be cleverly given as FW. I suppose one could also suggest that F is tag-teaming with W in the FF.
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  2. Could well be in reference to those. BZ is the abbreviation for bronze. In Jeremiah there is a description of the destruction of the columns of the Lord which were in bronze. 2 is B and 2+7=9=I/J in the Latin based gematria. Boaz is the left column by definition. B is at least in that position "to the reader". The acrostic TWO in the text may be putting emphasis on the two pillars and/or two entries or pasages. H B in the remaining acrostic is unclear. In Biblical acronyms this is Hebrew Bible or Holy Bible. There are two passages in the HB where the columns are described, in 1 Kings 7 and 2 Chronicles 3. There's also the remote possibility that the H is visually concealing an I/J on its side. I wouldn't typically like this sort of thing, but in this case the there is the possibility that we may be seeing it if it is wanting to suggest something akin to the hidden and reoriented Taus associated with TT that points to the Triple Tau which is concealing the fourth T. The Tau in that instance is also the key because it is the mark which identifies the worthy individual to be saved. B.I. which is the reading rule I used, or key, is Ben Johnson's initials, or is it? it's Boaz and Jachin which are used to decipher to BZ. Lovely.
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  3. Doesn't 154 figure in the Sonnets? I threw you a rough pebble above by pointing you to the fact that line 1080 is on that page in the FF. You should be able to see the 108 there that is appears factored by 10. 6 x 180 is that 1080 (the six triangles that make up the hexagon). The sum of all the internal angles of the octagon is also 1080 degrees. 6,8,10 are united by the Pythagorean identity. The nonagon 's wedge or diamond tile is 40 degrees where it is 60 for the hexagon. 60 and 40 sum to 100 and are in 3:2 proportion, so are 6:9. They are also the swan(cross) and the eagle in the positioning of those angles in the Summer triangle. What would it be like to look at the Summer triangle on a Midsummer Night? Would it be dreamy? The Midsummer festival is on Saint John's day. His bird is the eagle (given in Ezekiel). The cross and the eagle my friend...It's the 175th day of the year. There are 189 days left in the year. 189/175=1.08 quite exactly. That's your 108 again in the calendar puzzle form. Saint John's day is the original Masonic day. 108 is 4x27 which is the perimeter of the prefect stone ashlar that gets completed in death. In life you work on 1/2 of it. That would be the block which you have noticed you are dealing with in the Sonnets tiers. Pretty soon all that will be left to do is die and check the results in the hall of records, lol.
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