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  1. Yesterday, I evoked the nine Marble sculptures along the side of the Folger Shakespeare Library. I noticed that in the 9 (3 by 3) sculptures there were 33 characters in total. http://stationstart.com/2010/02/folger-marble-sculpture/ 33 is the simple cipher of BACON. This morning, at the awakening, a thought came to my mind. What if ? " I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. " Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible I took a closer look at the first and the last sculpture and noticed a similary in the posture of the first and the last character. It could not be a coincidence ! For me, it was a clue ! Then, I read with great interest the two following great articles by Paul Glenshaw that help me to understand the choice made by Henry and Emily Folger. https://shakespeareandbeyond.folger.edu/2018/09/11/drawing-shakespeare-a-midsummer-nights-dream-titania-bottom/ https://shakespeareandbeyond.folger.edu/2019/05/31/drawing-shakespeare-bas-relief-henry-iv-part-1/ There’s a document in the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art dated August 28, 1929, that lists the scenes that Gregory was to depict, according to Henry Folger’s wishes. The first is “Titania with Fairies,” from Act II, Sc. 2 of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. But Gregory carved instead a moment from Act IV, Sc.1—when Titania invites Bottom, still with the head of an ass, to sleep entwined her arms, like “…the woodbine the sweet honeysuckle/Gently entwist; the female ivy so/Enrings the barky fingers of the elm./O, how I love thee! How I dote on thee!” It would appear Emily Folger changed the scene after her husband’s death. Gregory wrote to her on May 16, 1930, saying, “I will at once set about preparing another version of the Dream, incorporating your plan…” (Paul Glenshaw - Drawing Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream -Sept. 2018) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Memorials_to_Shakespeare_and_others_in_Westminster_Abbey.jpg (Detail of the photo with added text.) CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Folger_Midsummer_Nights_Dream.JPG https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Folger_Henry_IV.JPG The episode of the changeling childe makes reference to Francis Bacon aka William Tudor (WTI), the child of QUEEN Elizabeth Tudor and de facto PRINCE OF WALES, who has grown up in the Bacon Family. “The essential form of knowledge… is nothing but a representation of truth: for the truth of being and the truth of knowing are one, differing no more than the direct beam and the beam reflected.” Francis Bacon - On Principles and Origins, According to the Fables of Cupid and Coelum. “I have been induced to think, that if there were a beam of knowledge derived from God upon any man in these modern times, it was upon him.” Dr William Rawley - Life of Sir Francis Bacon - Resuscitatio (1657)
  2. A last thought about the 9 (3 by 3) Marble sculptures. Suddenly a question came to my mind. What is the total number of Characters ? http://stationstart.com/2010/02/folger-marble-sculpture/ The answer is ... 33 😊
  3. Talking about 133 and the Rosie Cross ... I love the numbers that appearwith the Modern 26 Letter Alphabet. Notice the 3 shells above each panel. 33 = BACON And in the Poem of Garrick there are ... 33 words ! 😊 With the 28 words of the poem of WINTER, we have 61 words in total. 61 is the simple cipher of JANUS. Moreover ... In the poem of WILLIAM WINTER , SHAKESPEARE is the 27th word. In the poem of DAVID GARRICK SHAKESPEARE is the 6th word. 27 + 6 = 33 = BACON Or in other terms ... SHAKESPEARE is BACON 😊
  4. I think that Ifound what lies behind the number 211 ! Indeed, if 133 is the simple cipher of ROSIE-CROSS , its Kay cipher is ... 211 !😀 Regarding the previous video, I noticed that in the Great Hall, OThELLO and MACBETh were written with a lowercase letter h (the Queene Mother of Consonants). Could it be a clue ? If we do the sum of the Capital letters ... 74 the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR. 100 the simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON. 42 # M.B. The reverse cipher of MACBET is the same as FRANCIS. And 146 is the simple cipher of LORD FRANCIS BACON. 😊
  5. Hi A Phoenix, Here are some ideas about the nine Marble sculptures along the front of the Folger Shakespeare Library. http://stationstart.com/2010/02/folger-marble-sculpture/ https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/17/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html 154 can be seen as a reference to Shakespeare's Sonnets. The numbers 17 and 40 form the year 1740. The monument to William Shakespeare was erected in Westminster Abbey in 1740. Notice that the number 40 is made of the numbers 17 and 23. The year 1723, 100 years (simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON ) after the publication of the First Folio, is the year of publication of Anderson's Constitutions. 17 + 40 = 57 the simple cipher of FRA. BACON. Thanks to their rank in the Catalogue, the nine chosen plays conceal three important numbers along the front of the Folger Shakespeare Library : 74 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR. 103 is the simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE Right in the middle (mediocria firma) the number 29 is the simple cipher of F.W.B. Francis William Bacon Finally, 211 is a number that I have already mentioned. I don't know if it was intended but the page 211 of the First Folio is one of the two pages mentioning Minerva, the Spear-Shaker, the goddess of Wisdom who was Francis Bacon's Muse. In The Taming of the Shrew... https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/229/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html By the way, Minerva is mentioned a second time in Cymbeline ...
  6. Let us return to the page 74 of Henry the Fourth (Part 2). Francis Bacon left us another big clue ...
  7. Hello, I just came back from a week-end away with friends and yesterday afternoon we went to a market flea. At the market flea's entrance there were TWO PILLARS ! I smiled. I interpreted that as the sign that I was on the right Path and in the right place. I was sure that something was waiting for me indoors. Here is what I found 😊... SHAKESPEARE FROM A TO Z ... or almost ! (1988) I smiled again. From A to Z or from the beginning to the end ... from Alpha to Omega ! Why "or almost" ? Because this book ,in the form of a dictionary, ends in fact with the Letter Y and the word "YORK"! 😀 But the letter Z is mentionned on top of the very first page of the book through a quote of King Lear. Thou, whoresome zed ! Thou unnecessary Letter ! And who do you think I ran into right after Shakespeare ? This is the "Ditchley Portait" by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (c.1592) I talked about this Portrait at the very beginning of this thread ! Thus we come full circle ! 😊
  8. Good evening A Phoenix, Once again many thanks for your very kind words that goes straight to my heart !🙏❤️❤️❤️ By the way, I missed an important part of the message concealed by the Great one on page 74 ! Facing the two column formed by "Lord Bacon", It reminded me another discovery that I made last year in The Winter's Tale Act 4 scene 4. https://sirbacon.org/all-is-num2er/ Sapere Aude - Part III at 4:48 I took a look at the middle way and here is what I found ... https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/394/?zoom=1275 https://archive.org/details/nby_231406 This is the genius of the Great One !
  9. Hi everyone, My afternoon was fruitful.😀 Do you remember ? I told you few weeks ago that when we had the word "fast" in a Shakespeare' play , "Bacon" was never far away ... Yesterday, I discovered, hidden in The Tempest Act 1 - scene 1 "This fellow is F. BACON" Notice that the word fast is not far away. Moreover, facing the shape formed by the words, a shape that looks like the constellation Cassiopeia, I wondered if it could be, right at the beginning of the Firts Folio, a reference to the Birth of the supernova SN1572 in the constellation of Cassiopeia (the Heavenly Virgin Queen). This event left its mark on its century and particularly on the young Francis Bacon . https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/404/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html "All is number", and I realised that the simple cipher of "fast" was ... 44 ! The Child with the Blood of the Phoenix. It brought me to the discovery I made last year in the second part of Henry the Fourth Act 2 scene 4 on page 84 (simple cipher of ELIZABETH) that is the 404th page of the First Folio. https://sirbacon.org/all-is-num2er/ (First video at 7:20) Suddenly, a idea came to me ! What if ? " I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. " Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/394/?work=2h4&ln=1&zoom=1275 https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/420/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html This is what I call a fruitful day ! 😊
  10. He could participate to the "National Cryptologic Museum" Contest ! 😄
  11. " I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. " Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonnet_153#/media/File:Sonnet_153_1609.jpg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonnet_154#/media/File:Sonnet_154_1609.jpg (CC BY-SA 4.0) Interestingly enough, the Kay cipher of Dyans is 111 that is also the Kay cipher of BACON. And 66 is the simple cipher of FRA. BACONI or I, FRA BACON.
  12. " I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. " Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible https://archive.org/details/workesofbenjamin00jons/page/n599/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9b/Sonnet_1_1609.jpg
  13. " I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. " Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible
  14. Yesterday, our discussion in "Francis Bacon and the Bible" led me to Venus and Adonis ... Let's take a look at stanzas 33 and 111 (Simple and Kay cipher of BACON) ... https://archive.org/details/venusadonisfirst00shakuoft/page/10/mode/2up Stanza 111 Boare, Bacon, hang-hog "Hang-Hog is latten for Bacon I warrant you." Merry Wives of Windsor - First Folio (1623) 111 is the Kay cipher of BACON. What is the link between 111 and 666 ? 111 and 666 are two numbers relative to THE MAGIC SQUARE OF THE "SUNNE". And the harp is one of the symbols of Apollo , the God of the Sun ! Then I decided to take a closer look at the beginning and the end of the poem. THE ALPHA AND OMEGA. " I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. " Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible
  15. Here the proof that even a bad night's sleep get good inspirations ! 😀 HAVE A NICE DAY !
  16. Before going to bed ... https://archive.org/details/venusadonisfirst00shakuoft/page/38/mode/2up The sunne (sonne) arise in his majestie : TUDOR / BACON The silver brest, is a reference to the breast of the MOON/CYNTHIA/LUNA that could represent the Queen Elizabeth Tudor. EDIT : Oups, I missed the ROSE ... This is very probably a Tudor rose ! 😉 Goodnight.
  17. Hi Rob, it's great to see you back ! 😊 The article posted earlier by Kate explains that one of the talent of "Shakespeare" was precisely to create new english words from Latin words 🙂
  18. I see your line of reasoning Kate ! 🙂 The fact is that the word "majestie" appears in Venus and Adonis published in 1593 ... https://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/search/search-results.php So, 18 years later, in 1611, the word had already become part of common usage.
  19. Hi Kate, In the First Folio, the word majestie appears for the very first time in THE TEMPEST Act 2 scene 1 https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/20/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html This is, I believe, the very first page, and very first column, in which the letter w is sometimes replaced by vv. If we add the number of the lines of the column with a vv in a word instead of a w, it gives us the number 407. I do not know if it was the purpose of Francis Bacon, but if we take a look at the 407th page of the First Folio ... https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/407/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html Francis Backe on ! 🙂 I must admit, that regarding the word "majestie" in the First Folio, my preference goes to this one ... 😊
  20. Thank you A Phoenix !❤️ I highlighted the LION because of its connection with the royalty and I entirely support your analysis ! It also reminds me our discussion about LION / LYON / LUGDUNUM , LUGDUNUM being Latin for the HILL (or the FORTRESS) of LUGH. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lugh "Lugh is portrayed as a warrior, a king, a master craftsman and a savior. He is associated with skill and mastery in multiple disciplines, including the arts. Lugh also has associations with oaths, truth and the law, and therefore with rightful kingship ... he wields an unstoppable fiery spear." And I have just learned that the feast of Lugh (Lughnasadh) is celebrated on August 1st or the first full moon of Leo ! 😀
  21. Do you know if someone already noticed this by the past ??? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5d/KJV-King-James-Version-Bible-first-edition-title-page-1611.jpg Ham. To be (Francis Bacon), or not to be, that is the question. 😊 Hamlet - First Folio (1623) Moreover, there are 53 words in total. 53 is the simple cipher of : SOW , SWAN and POET. And it is well-known that the word BACON appears in the First Folio precisely on pages 53 of COMEDIES and HISTORIES.
  22. The unvaluable work of The Phoenixes on The Friedmans and the Folgers, has thaught us that both of them were very secretive. Facing the incredible document shared by our dear Francis Bacon Investigator in Chief 😊, I could not help but think that if I had been in the position of William Friedman, I would have concealed a message in the message, for fun and also for the posterity ! https://archive.org/details/41786729082573/mode/1up Notice that the words "many" and "plays" appear vertically and horizontally, with the anagram of "plays" right above the word "Plays". This is a clue left by William Friedman indicating that we must read this passage vertically. The Shakespearean Plays were written by somedy other : TUDOR - WTI (William Tudor I) Then I noticed that W. Friedman said " Plays were written by somedy other than THE William Shakespeare, of Stratford-on-Avon", suggesting that the Plays were written by ANOTHER William Shakespeare, not from Stratford-on Avon. Could W. Friedman make an allusion to the William Shake-Speare from Saint-Albans ? 😀 INDEED ! F(rancis). SAINT ALBAN Finally, here is, I believe, the secret message concealed by William Friedman ... Many Shakespearean Plays were written by F(rancis) Saint Alban, WTI, TUDOR. EDIT : I forgot to mention that the letters in acrostic add to 74, the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR. WILLIAM TUDOR 😊
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