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  1. Hi Kate, I do not know anything about Nabokov ! Thank you for sharing ! 🙏 Here are some ideas regarding possible anagrams . 100 = FRANCIS BACON simple cipher Right after the hundred-eyed ARGOS, the hundred-mouthed bard ! 😉 And the Boar's head can be a reference to the Emblem "In Dies Meliora". Have a great day !
  2. Yesterday evening, my last research brought me back to the fifteenth page of the First Folio. https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/15/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html I took it as a sign, an invitation to take a closer look at this page. And here is the day's pick 😊 ... PRINCE F. BACON , THE SON OF THE VIRGIN ARGOS is the French name of ARGUS. Do you know that there are TWO Argus (Son of Arestor) in the Greek Mythology ? And the last but not the least ...
  3. Hi A Phoenix , many thanks for this new insightful analysis ! ❤️ You really are an immeasurable well of knowledge, knowledge that you always share with us in a delightful way !
  4. Hi , I would say that F. St A. is an anagram of FAST and I noticed that when we have the word "fast" , "Bacon" is never far away, the better exemple being on page 222 with the famous FAST BACON in acrostic. BACON F.St A. 🙂
  5. Hi Kate, this is a great video for an astonishing discovery. Congrats ! ❤️
  6. Here is another idea about a possible hidden message in the "Contents" section of "The Genius of Shakespeare" by Jonathan Bate ...
  7. Thank you for your kind words A Phoenix.❤️ And what to say about your last post ? Once again, this is awesome ! 😮 Great findings !❤️ And thank you for sharing ! Did you noticed the last two numbers of the index . 102 and TODOR 222 ! Another coincidences ? I don't think so ! 😃 I also like the fact that the index begins on page 373 . Could it be a reference to the 373th page of the First Folio ? And what to say about the page 33 ? Did he ever leave any hints in these plays as to his true identity ? 😄
  8. The Chapter 6 : The Original Genius of " The Genius of Shakespeare" by Jonathan Bate, begins on page 157. 157 + 6 = 163 The page 163 of Shakespeare's First Folio is well-known by the Baconians since the incredible work of Mr Simon Miles on the play "The Merchant of Venice" and the "Janus Signature". https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/181/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html The Original Genius or The Original Janus ? 🙂 See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcQCljc1Mv8&t=3432s Talk by Simon Miles - The Janus Signature (At 58:46) See https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research Francis Bacon (Bassanio/Bellario) and Anthony Bacon (the titular character Antonio) and The Merchant of Venice
  9. Thank you A Phoenix ! This is another remarkable work, in both form and content, and another incredible discovery that you share with us. 🙏❤️ I took the plunge and tried to see what I could find. The TT standing for Thirty-Three and the Two Pillars was well spotted by Rob (Light-of-Truth). I believe that the importance of the two Pillars is confirmed on the third line by the J of "Judgements" and the B of "But" which can represent the two pillars "Jachin" and "Boaz" ( or is it for J onathan B ate ? 🙂 ) I don't know if all this was intended but there seems to be a lot of coincidences. Notice that "To be or not to be" share the same simple and reverse cipher as "William Tudor I" and "Fra Rosi Crosse". And 49, its short cipher, is the simple cipher of ... WIT or WTI ! Regarding the number 219, this is the sum of 100 + 119 or in other term : FRANCIS BACON + MEDIOCRIA FIRMA (Francis Bacon's motto) By the way , "WHO WROTE THE PLAYS" = 219 😉 If "hundred" is the simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON, "two hundred" is the reverse cipher of FRANCIS BACON. And 200 is also the gematria of the Hebrew letter R (Resh) meaning HEAD. Interestingly, if we add the value of the position of each "Shakespeare" from "Judgements" to "genius" it gives us : 33 + 90 + 168 + 219 = 510 And 510 is precisely the full gematria of ... Resh ראש (Head) ! I decided to take a look at the 510th page of the First Folio ... To be on page 156 was,for me, an invitation to take a look at the following page, the page ... 157 !
  10. Notice the anagrams of bacon on each side of the anagram of tudor. (I like the "a" of Bacon that is the "a" of "ham" in "Cunningham" 🙂 )
  11. Dear A Phoenix , many thanks for this INCREDIBLE Bacon-mas gift ! 🙏 ❤️ I just took a look to the "Contents" page of "The Cryptologist looks at Shakespeare" (157 short cipher 😉 ). This page is a true gold mine ! Here is what I.C. 😊 ... Notice the missing letter "i" in "rosicrucian" that allows to align the letter "r" with the other letters of TUDOR !
  12. WOW Rob (Light-of Truth) ! This is another awesome finding. Thank you 🙏👍 Here is , right before to go to work, what I see ... It is said ... 😉
  13. Hi Rob (Light-of-Truth), very well spotted !!! Were the Friedmans aware of the importance of the number 188 ? If it was the case, it could be a way to hide the number 287 as you suggest, and a way to "hang" FRANCIS BACON (100 simple cipher) for ETERNITY (188 simple cipher) 🙂 A crazy book indeed !
  14. Indeed, our dear WILLIAM TUDOR I ! 😊 And I just realized that 58 is also the short cipher of ... SHAKESPEARE !
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