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  1. I received my first copy of his book directly from the Cockburn family. I had written to him, not knowing that he had passed away by then, and asked where I could find a copy since there didn't seem to be any more available. I think it might have been his sister that responded and she included a copy of their own. There are notes in the margins either by a family member or perhaps by the author himself. I later came across a newer copy and bought it just because I knew of how hard they are to come by. That's the copy that later went back overseas to Barry Clarke.
    5 points
  2. I just happened to be tweeting about the Biliteral this week and stumbled across something. As you may know Knowledge is Power is on the Friedman’s gravestone in Arlington Cemetery and it was noticed there were serifs on some of the letters. Someone suspected the Biliteral cipher had been used. Sure enough a piece of paper surfaced - now famously posted on Elonka.com and highlighted in APs brilliant book about the Friedmans - showing that Elizebeth had ordered it and it decyphered to the 3 letters WFF. https://elonka.com/friedman/ However what no one saw was that WFF didn’t only replicate William F Friedman’s initials but is 33 in simple cipher! So they had encoded Bacon’s name in his ‘motto’. I think I’m the first one to spot this. It also makes me wonder whether William Friedman’s middle name really began with an F as it seems coincidental that his initials sum to 33, plus I wonder if they had stumbled across a technique where Bacon used Biliteral and then Simple together, so keep your eye out for that - a double coding! Additionally, when I think about the whole use of the word Two in acrostic in the FF with To the reader and other 2’s etc etc (discussed many times on B’Hive) and then the famous To be or not to be (2b or not 2b) line, I wonder if it’s all a pointer, not just to the importance of 22 (TT) and duality to these guys (22 has significant importance in Rosicrucianism - see my book) but to the Biliteral cipher which is binary (2 letters) a and b. Who first picked out that phrase from Hamlet and made it so wildly famous and why? There are literally thousands of other lines within plays that could have become famous. Indeed, there are lots of others but globally this is perhaps the most well-known. As yet another aside ab in simple cipher is 3. Why did Bacon not choose an an and z or an an and d, for example. Food for thought
    4 points
  3. I am eager to learn more about you. I am sure I am not alone. 🙂 Funny I have a client who goes by CAB as her email and such. She is a math teacher, born on 3-14, Pi Day. LOL And yes, she is well aware of Bacon from my rants with her and she asked me for more info after watching Oak Island on TV. 😉 Cockburn's book The Bacon Shakespeare Question was one of the first , if not one of the original suggestions and pages on SirBacon.org. https://sirbacon.org/cockburn.htm
    4 points
  4. Interesting history of cryptology on pages 6 and 7 - but all 8 pages are interesting. https://www.nsa.gov/Portals/75/documents/news-features/declassified-documents/friedman-documents/reports-research/FOLDER_535/41772109081119.pdf
    3 points
  5. Found on Julie's Ancestry site: The Real History of the Rosicrucians, by Arthur Edward Waite, [1887] CH VIII JVA The Real History of the Rosicrucians, by Arthur Edward Waite, [1887] CH VIII JVA.pdf
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  6. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
    3 points
  7. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
    3 points
  8. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
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  9. Oh also, this is William F Friedman babaa abaaa ababa ababa abaaa aaaaa ababb aabab aabab baaaa abaaa aabaa aaabb ababb aaaaa abbaa Made me wonder if Elizebeth spelt her name in that unusual way on purpose? I need to delve into that one.
    3 points
  10. Thank you!! 400 years ago I think Bacon knew his biliteral/binary code would enlighten the world. 🙂 And occasionally we like to throw back a "Thank you!" to Sir Francis Bacon himself over time. Thank you, Lord Bacon, we are here working for your vision, your due, and appreciate all you have done for the positive Reformation of the While Wide World.
    3 points
  11. I don't see where else to post this comment but I just wanted to express my great admiration for all of your work on this website! I used to come more often some years back. It was very good then but now I find it, I guess I can say, beyond compare! I visit a great many websites and have probably thousands of bookmarks saved. But I think it's safe to say that this website tops them all. The breadth and depth of material seems boundless. I'm sure Sir Francis himself would humbly commend it, and much more so if he could do so pseudonomously.
    3 points
  12. I have started re-reading it, a little at a time, taking my time, because he goes into such depth. His writing style is easy to read.
    2 points
  13. Greetings to all Baconians! I see that I have been missing out on a lot of great activity that's been going on here! Just a few days ago I came across the new paper by A Phoenix and the 2-minute and longer youtube presentations on it. Such a surprise and so very thrilling! I'm enjoying just imagining the moments that the book by de Chambrun was discovered and her research come to the light of day! Maybe it was like discovering and peering inside King Tut's tomb for the first time? I have notified one prominant Rosicrucian organization about this discovery. And though mainstream scholars will not likely care to talk about it, we should at least see some traction in the authorship questioning groups. I have asked several times if any of them would like to compare or debate their evidence against Baconian evidence and they never show any interest. Imagine that! I see that there is also much else I need to get caught up on here. Much admiration to A Phoenix and the rest of you!!
    2 points
  14. I'll be posting some of Julie Kemp's research, her responses and observations as our collaboration evolves. This morning she had this to say: Thanks very much to you i am now getting acquainted with Yann's work. I've long avoided Cryptography as it messes addles my brain! But now i have a chance to encounter it with Yann's work. I am at his 'front gate' looking to walk along the yellow-brick-road, but ought to call it the 'royal' or 'King's Road' and i will henceforth! I saw immediately how i enjoy his deeply intelligent and cogent works which go so far in telling or indicating more of the true and actual life regarding one of our dearest Men of All Seasons. I will start up an exercise book for my own referencing re some of the common Number and Cipher Meanings relating to 'Will Tudor'. I am so glad, psychologically speaking that 'Francis' did not ignore or suppress his pain, loss or sadness - whichever percolated and ached him periodically for it's this, his utterly unique great inner work that evinced the Alchemical Wedding work that moved Humankind along the trajectory of enhanced opportunity to 'grow' as a sovereign individual within this Earth realm and to in ways come to transcend it. Such gave rise to my other heroes in the world of psychology and spirituality who came so long after 'Will.' Francis was truly magnificent, a true Therapeutiae by way of his Mystery School understanding and knowledge on so many fronts out in the world of forms (Plato) and within the world of inner and cosmic realities.
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  15. I’ve got to start a new topic on this one. As I’ve mentioned several times here and in my book, I was christened in Temple Balsall which was the main Templar centre, outside of London and the Temple Church, in England. In Shakespeare Re-Invented by Keith Browning - the updated version which he sends out on request - the author has done the lengthiest investigation into Temple Balsall that I have ever read anywhere (There is nothing as in depth on the website of the Church). Anyway today I was looking at the font and noticed it is called the Lady Anne Holborne font. They have a typo here. It is Holborne. This led me to look deeper into her. I knew the land was once in the hands of the Dudley’s (it’s close to Kenilworth Castle) but I obviously have a massive gap in my understanding of Robert Dudley (suspected as we all know of being Bacon’s father). I had no idea he had a son (who lived) who was also called Sir Robert Dudley (which explains why he flew under my radar). I guess when I’ve read stuff about Sir Robert Dudley I have always assumed it was his father I was reading about. Anne was one of RD’s (Jnr)daughters, hence ‘our’ Robert Dudley’s Granddaughter (I knew she was that but didn’t know her father was also a Robert) but the bit I didn’t know is Robert Dudley Jnr was born in a Palace, had been on many voyages and was involved in several ‘Tempests’’, one near Bermuda and he lived in Italy for a lengthy time!! I also didn’t know his father and uncles were pupils of John Dee. All this seems really important given the time frame and that he was potentially Francis Bacon’s half-sibling. Has anyone ever looked deeply into Robert Dudley (jnr)? Forgive me if you have. As explained, I obviously assumed I was reading about his father. Two very informative links are This first one is about Robert Snr above and there’s an interesting mention of Edward DeVere (twice) - it’s double this length http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/RobertDudley(1ELeicester).htm This one is about sir Robert Dudley Jnr: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Dudley_(explorer) It also strikes me that if FB was QE1s son and Dudley’s (snr) secret son that there should be some writing or unusual activity from Francis Bacon around the time of his father’s death which while he’d have to keep concealed at the time might be obvious now as this would have been a huge psychological and emotional event for him.
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  16. Gowry Conspiracy: https://www.stewartsociety.org/history-of-the-stewarts.cfm?section=battles-and-historical-events&subcatid=2&histid=15
    1 point
  17. Hi Rob and A Phoenix, Here is a little gift for the Groundhog day. I think that I found a second link to Minerva Britanna concealed by Francis Bacon on page 53 of HISTORIES. https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n81/mode/2up VIVITUR INGENIO CAETERA MORTIS ERUNT I remind you that a reference to "Vivitur Ingenio caetera mortis erunt" can be found in The Shepheardes Calender published in 1579. Notice that Colins Emblem is missing for the month of DECEMBER (25 ?). But the meaning of the missing emblem is given ... I AM ALPHA AND OMEGA, THE BEGINNING AND THE END. Happy Groundhog Day !
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  18. Hi Kate, I learned about the link between Robert Dudley senior and John Dee 5 or 6 years ago, at the beginning of my research, but I do not remember how. I learned about Robert Dudley junior more recently, thanks to a discussion (in one of your topics if I remember correctly) with Rob and CJ around John Smith and the Map of Virginia. My research led me to Dell'Arcano del Mare by Robert Dudley. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dell'Arcano_del_Mare https://www.abebooks.com/Arcano-Mare-Dudley-Sir-Robert-Florence/22922149158/bd I decided to keep this information for later, having a lot of another projects to finish and not enough time to explore this path further at that time. Indeed, this is an interesting subject ! 🙂
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  19. Thank you Eric ! I am truly touched by Julie's kind words about my work.❤️ I will contact her this week-end to thank her personally. I am looking forward to discovering, through you, the fruits of her own research. Warm regards.
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  20. This 1916 book uploaded by FBDecipherer seems important to keep posting. https://gorhambury.org/2023/03/22/the-keys-for-deciphereing-the-greatest-work-of-sir-francis-bacon-2/#flipbook-df_8041/5/
    1 point
  21. Hi jon Thanks for your encouragement. Julie is "getting on" a bit as we all are and I gather she hasn't been well of late, hence her inability to join in the discussions here. I just mentioned you to her, as someone also very interested in Johannes Valentin Andreas and the author of The Royal Secret. In the process, I discovered a wonderful short film that you made some years ago. The montage is fast and wild, but your voice is as resonant as your monologue is profound. I hope you don't mind my posting the link here. Please don't be offended if I also post this short bio of yours for the other members of this forum.
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  22. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
    1 point
  23. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
    1 point
  24. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
    1 point
  25. A New Book from A Phoenix The Secret Links Between the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Memoriae (1626) Containing Thirty-Two Verses Dedicated To Francis Bacon Our Shakespeare, The First Folio of the Shakespeare Works (1623), and the Stratford Monument 1 Minute Trailer: https://youtu.be/UeIqR-bA6cE Full Video: https://youtu.be/n3UL4MfyAZc Book: https://www.academia.edu/113883645/The_Secret_Links_Between_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Memoriae_1626_Containing_Thirty_Two_Verses_Dedicated_To_Francis_Bacon_Our_Shakespeare_The_First_Folio_of_the_Shakespeare_Works_1623_and_the_Stratford_Monument
    1 point
  26. Thanks for the input guys. Mr.W.H ???? If you have ever read Jonson's Alchemist, in particular Subtle, the Alchemist, describing the new shop sign for the "Nab" (victim): a tobacconist called Abel Drugger, you will have noticed the way he describes the name on the sign:ABEL DRUGGER ; he uses a "a bell" to sound like Abel, then a man named Dee, who wears a rug gown, and for the end letters ER he uses the snarl of a dog, as err. A similar thing can be found in Romeo and Juliet, when the exceedingly garrulous Nurse asks Romeo if Romeo and Rosaline "both begin with a letter", to which Romeo uses the same dog snarl. The Nurse calls it "the dog's name", but really she means the dog's letter: littera canina. All that said, I think about the sounds of words, that was one reason for the sonnets: 'little sounds': Take English w: nearest Greek is omega ω, it sounds like long English O, then sound r as err: Mr W H written almost in reverse as HwMr sounds like Homer. Like Odysseus' famous adventure, once our adventure of solving the sonnets begins, it's a long time getting back again.
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  27. Hi Eric, No, I do not discount the Dugdale engraving I see it as very important evidence and part of the Roiscrucian illusion to establish the ludibrium that William Shakspere of Stratford was the author of the Shakespeare works. I briefly discuss it in the paper below: A. Phoenix, 'To The Memorie of the deceased Authour Maister W. Shakespeare by Leonard Digges & the Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Stratford Monument commissioned by Francis Bacon', pp. 16, 19-21. https://www.academia.edu/105955896/To_The_Memorie_of_the_deceased_Authour_Maister_W_Shakespeare_by_Leonard_Digges_and_the_Rosicrucian_Freemasonic_Stratford_Monument_commissioned_by_Francis_Bacon
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  28. I just read a part of an article that was interesting. My eyes are shot, but good points at least in the first part of the article. Can't say about how it ends... https://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/stratford-bust-monumental-fraud/
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  29. Or was the woolsack part of the Bacon and RC design? "How now Woolsacke, what mntter you?" We know the page this Shakespeare quote lives: https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/376/index.html%3Fzoom=800.html
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  30. Both videos are great but the second one is wonderful.
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  31. Very exciting. Keep us posted please.
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  32. Hi Kate I liked your idea that we are "like jigsaw pieces that get moved into position to complete puzzles at the right time." A case in point concerns Johannes Valentin Andreas, mentioned last week in several posts by Jon Bentley. About the same time I was put in touch with Julie Kemp who has spent an enormous amount of time researching the life of JVA. I have only sighted the tip of the iceberg of her research, which includes extensive family trees for JVA, SFB and Augustus II, Duke of Brunswick, aka Gustavus Seleni. Much of this work is on Julie's Ancestry sites. She has given me permission to share a selection of her findings here on sirbacon.org. My hunch is that this original research which deals primarily with FB's life post-1626 will help to substantiate the many clues and connections that allude to his 'afterlife'. The idea is to collate Julie's research as a dossier that can be shared here and elsewhere. Not sure how long it will take Julie and I to compile, as I still don't know the full extent of her many years of research. I've only just received the links to her Ancestry sites, but straight away I found this TRUE family tree for SFB. This is something I've never seen before: Francis Bacon's correct line of descent. (Apologies for the reduced size of the image, due to Ancestry's limited display options.) More anon.
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  33. Hi Marvin Well done on completing your book. I didn’t realise you were at query stage. That’s great. I hope you do get it picked up. If not you could ask Christie about her publishing experience, maybe she has some tips. Amazon is completely free. It's tricky to get used to but there are plenty of info sites and people who can help you get it to published stage. Each book is printed on demand in the country of purchase. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. I’m sorry I can’t be a beta reader right at this time but I’ll message you if some spare time frees up in next few weeks. Good luck!
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  34. Be careful with publishers. They will happily take your money. You've written a book, and no one can take that away from you. It doesn't need to exist in any physical sense for it to be an achievement. If you want your work read, give it away. If it is money and fame you are after then there is something in the craft that touches on that. A realistic downside of publishing books is that it could cost you many thousands and you could be sitting on many boxes of books for the rest of your life. I have close relatives who can vouch for that.
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  35. For those (like me) who've never heard of The Church of St. Mary the Virgin Temple Balsall: http://greatenglishchurches.co.uk/html/temple_balsall.html http://www.leveson.org.uk/templebalsall/history.htm
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  36. Hi Kate Like Rob, I didn't see your important post until now. Thanks so much for posting. Much to explore. Robert Dudley (1574-1649) by Nicholas Hilliard The NPG states that this portrait is "probably" the same Robert Dudley. (Detail) https://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews/the-noble-bastard-the-story-of-robert-dudley/
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  37. I'll suggest you are plenty Baconian enough to promote whatever you do! I'd be interested in being a beta reader, but I swear I can not read very well anymore. I read backwards, up and down, barely reading a few sentences at a time forward. 🙂
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  38. I did not see it until just now! I don't know why it slipped by. I always look at the newest posts. But maybe there were so many that this was pushed down way too fast. And my week has been totally crazy, and still. That is what I do not like about most social media as the stream goes by too fast. They say for popular Facebook accounts maybe 2% will ever see the posts. But if you cultivate a million followers you might have 20,000 viewers. Or if 10,000 followers then hopefully 200 viewers. Kate, your post needs to be in the Light! Maybe tomorrow afternoon or evening I can reply as you present some great perspectives I see!
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  39. I'm surprised the post above has got so little traction. Did everyone but me know that Robert Dudley was educated by John Dee? Did everyone know about Bacon's half brother with the same name as Bacon's father, who may have informed some of Bacon's writing? Robert Junior surely travelled a lot to Italy in the late 1500s before he decided to settle there in the 1600s. What trees were in the area he lived? Isn't there a big debate over a type of tree only seen in Italy that appears in Shakespeare? Is the double quote by Robert senior about the 'unpopular' Edward De Vere the one we have seen before in the Parliament records? Questions, questions! Maybe no one else thinks as left-field as I do? I think it's fascinating but probably a little pointless going over and over things that have been looked at by thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of eyes, since the SAQ arose. I'm thinking of the Stratford monument and grave inscriptions here. They are not going to give up any new information that can unequivocally lead to a greater certainty about the true author. Looking at people and their documents who we know must have been closely affiliated with Bacon's ' scriptorium' or family just may. Surely the several Granddaughters of Dudley (Holborne being just one) would eventually have got wind of the fact that he was Queen Elizabeth's lover (if he was) and delved around a bit. What things did they unearth of write about if they had realised/discovered/heard rumours their half-Uncle, Bacon was Shakespeare? Anyway on my most recent forays I came across this. The inside we know of but the cover? It's from 1922. Love the reference to The Sonnes of Sapience (SS) https://archive.org/details/reprintoftreatis00baco Not sure if I've seen this one before. I think I'd remember 'The Delivery of the Lamp'.
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  40. Hi Rob, Fully appreciate that Republicanism has a very different resonance for you in the United States than it does for us here in the UK. By 'Republicanism' Bacon of course meant Democracy, a government system through the will and participation of the many and not the few, free from the tyranny of absolute monarchy, and everything he strived for was done with Love as his guiding principle.
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  41. Beautiful! I got it. I'd post the the answer now, but maybe somebody else wants to try? FB Deciphere? 🙂 BTW, love your choice of cipher characters! LOL Clue, three words.
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  42. Hi Rob, Here is an extended version, just for fun 😉 : 17712339157332772872162332114441572
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  43. I'm questioning and you have our attention. I've spent time on your site, yet am still not sure if you are saying you have some deciphered results from your program or not. If you are not then I am not asking the right questions. 🙂 I enjoy the biliteral cipher. Myself, I have not seen an example of it being used as Bacon described with two different type-styles that is convincing to me. I expect that there are yet to be discovered messages using a biliteral cipher, but I'm not expecting it to be two different types of letters. It was a great example, but there are so many other ways that nobody looks for. Its so easy to encode. That's why I said a program to encode first might be a better way to go. For fun: Knowledge is Power Turn it into a biliteral code: https://cryptii.com/pipes/bacon-cipher See now we have this: abaab abbaa abbab babaa ababa aabaa aaabb aabba aabaa abaaa baaab abbba abbab babaa aabaa baaaa Knowledge is Power is 16 letters and each letter has five cipher places. 16 x 5 is 80 so we need plain text of 80 characters. If we are counting only letters, then here is an easy grab 80 letters to use from the beginning of the Sonnets: FRom fairest creatures we desire increase, That thereby beauties Rose might neuer die, But as the A little clean up of spaces and removing the commas, it is simple to key up the plaintext to the cipher characters and do something to pass on the message: Then format back to a readable presentation: The above color biliteral hidden message is "Knowledge is Power". EDIT: Here is a very basic biliteral cipher number with a message: 1375233915719855629412633 Shouldn't take very long to get it. It'll take a moment perhaps. 🙂
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