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  1. 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 πŸ™‚
  2. I see your line of reasoning Kate ! πŸ™‚ 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.
  3. 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 ! πŸ™‚ I must admit, that regarding the word "majestie" in the First Folio, my preference goes to this one ... 😊
  4. 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 ! πŸ˜€
  5. 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.
  6. 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 ? πŸ˜€ 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 😊
  7. In the Third Book (Leviticus) all the ornemental Letters are A's except ... 7 + 26 = 33 = BACON (simple cipher) L(11) + Y(23) = 34 = Francis (short cipher) 33 + 34 = 67 = FRANCIS (simple cipher) Notice that Chap VII talks about the "Free-will-offering" Free was used as a signature by Francis Bacon because : FREE = BACON = 33 (simple cipher) FREE = FRANCIS = 67 (reverse cipher) An he uses the word "Free-will" in the First Chapter of His Essays (1625) in order to conceal that he ,Francis Bacon, was WILL ( SHAKE-SPEARE/TUDOR) https://sirbacon.org/all-is-num2er/ I also love the fact that the ornemental letter Y is at the beginning of the chapter 26. Indeed, 26 # B.F. (simple cipher) the initials of Francis Bacon. 26 is also the simple cipher of F.BACO. And this Chapter 26 talks about idolatry. We can make a connection with "The Four Idols of the Minds" of Francis Bacon. Finally, I remind you my thoughts on the letter Y ...
  8. In the Second Book (Exodus) two new ornemental letters appear among the letters A,T and N ( A+T+N = 33) : one letter W (Chapter 18) and one letter M (Chapter 26). W and M are the initials of Worshipful Master and W + M = 33 = BACON (simple cipher). And if we admit that these two letters were placed at the beginning of these chapters on purpose ... 18 + 26 = 44 = REX (simple cipher) = LIBER (simple cipher). 44 is, in Hebrew, the gematria of Child/Boy (Yeled), Blood (Dam) and Phoenix (Chol). 44 or Rex Liber, the Child with the Blood of the Phoenix
  9. WOW Kate , this is another great finding ! Thank you for sharing ! I think that you're right, reagrding the ornemental letters B and the book itself. This Book hides a GEM ! πŸ˜‰ In "Genesis", except the first letter "I" of "In the beginning" all the other ornemented Letters are indeed A,N and T's. And A(1) + N(13) + T (19) = 33 = BACON simple cipher. A(1) + N(13) + T (19) + I(9) = 42 = 40 + 2 = M.B. 😊
  10. Hi everyone, I would like to share with something that I found this morning. As I was looking a video by Ron Roffel, an oxfordian, about The Epistle Dedicatorie, concluding that De Vere was Shakespeare, I noticed something very interesting that led me to analyse the 2nd page of The Epistle Dedicatorie in light of my later comments in "The French Academie" Topic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTvRwj42NdE https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/6/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html When I saw the word "sow" vertically, in the middle of this passage, I immediatly thought about Mediocria, the Middle Way and the message that I discovered hidden in the middle of the page 103 of the French Academie https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/topic/187-the-french-academy-1586/ I decided to follow the Middle Way of the 2nd page of The Epistle Dedicatorie and here is what I discovered ... As you can see, all is almost about Francis Bacon, but I could not exclude the presence of De Vere and Dee, that fits with the instruction "finde THEM" ( The Sons of Wisdom ! The Guardians ?) and gives another meaning to the last sentence : "to shrew their gratitude to both the living and the dead".
  11. Straight to the point ! Game, set and match ! 😊 Beautifully done indeed. Bravissimo , A. Phoenix ! ❀️
  12. Hi A Phoenix, I just had a quick look at "The Misfortunes of Arthur" and I noticed something worth looking. https://archive.org/details/misfortunesofart00hughuoft/page/14/mode/2up?view=theater&q=bacon The upper letter V of Vther, on the first line, form with the letters T and A the Hebrew word TAV meaning "mark" or "seal". TAV is also the LAST letter of the Hebrew alphabet and a refererence to the CROSS. Aleph -Tav is the same as Alpha and Omega , the Beginning and the End. I took it as an invitation to take a closer look at the Beginning and at the End of the book, and here is what I found. THE BEGINNING ... Notice the italic letter h in "came upon the stage" that looks like a letter b. And in the alignment of "bacon" we have the "gar" of "garments". GAR/GOR is a synonym of SPEARE. THE END ... WAG is a synonyme of SHAKE and GOR is a synonyme of SPEARE. Could it be a subterfuge used by F.B.( Frauncis Bacon) to conceal that he was WILL SHAKE-SPEARE (WAG-GOR) ? Right at the end we can see 3 dots and an emblem with 3 parts. 33 is the simple cipher of BACON.
  13. One of the most important number for Bacon was the number 33. If Francis Bacon is the Author of The French Academy, he should have find a way to hide is name on pages related to the number 33. On page 33 he writes : "These are the miscchiefes, which trouble both rich and poor: these are the miseries, which wait upon great and smal, bond and free, yoong & old." BOND and FREE share the same simple cipher, 33 , that is the simple cipher of BACON. And they share the same reverse cipher, 67 , that is the simple ciher of FRANCIS. Now, let's take a look at the 33rd page of the book ... And another surprise is waiting for us on page 7 ... I am not sure about the anagram of SHAKE-SPEARE, but I love the symmetry that seems intended.
  14. https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/195/?zoom=2117 https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Wisdom_of_the_Ancients/5#Chapter_XXVII Learn more about the secrets of this passage here : https://sirbacon.org/all-is-num2er/ (First video at 12:30)
  15. Good Morning A Phoenix. Thank you very much ! Francis Bacon left us some surprises in the French Academy that I hope to be able to share with you in the next few days or weeks. 😊 Sometimes, I wish I had more time to share my discoveries with the B'Hive Community. But as it often said : "Slowly but surely !" πŸ˜‰
  16. Back to the French Academy ! 😊 Francis Bacon left us a surprise on page 103 (simple cipher of SHAKE-SPEARE) of his book. Notice the reference to "the ancient Sages and wise philosophers". We are in 1586. In 1609, the year of the publication of SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS, Francis Bacon will publish, under his name, "The Wisdome of the Ancients".
  17. Good morning Rob , you have beat me to the punch ! 😊 The two flowers are in fact a Rose and a Thistle . I firstly believed that it was a reference to the four Emblems of the British Isles with the Rose of England, the Thistle of Scotland, the Fleur-de-lys of Wales and the Harp of Ireland. https://www.alamy.com/symbols-british-isles-the-four-emblems-of-the-four-countries-in-union-in-the-british-isles-the-rose-of-england-the-thistle-of-scotland-the-descendant-of-the-fleur-de-lys-associated-with-the-prince-of-wales-and-the-harp-of-ireland-from-a-book-of-common-prayer-1662-from-john-richard-green-a-short-history-of-the-english-people-1902-edn-image179623969.html Then I had an idea . What if it was a reference to the three emblems of Great Britain (Rose, Thistle and Fleur-de-lys ? You will say to me : 'The Fleur-de-lys is missing !" But what if the Fleur-de-lys, associated with the PRINCE OF WALES had been concealed ? πŸ˜ƒ With the two DOLPHIN of which the simple cipher is 74 , the same as WILLIAM and TUDOR, it gives us ... WILLIAM TUDOR, PRINCE OF WALES Thank you Michael, I believe that you allowed us to unreveal another secret of the original emblem ! πŸ˜ŠπŸ™ Now, i would be interested to know when and in which book this peculiar Emblem with the Rose and the Thistle appeared for the very first time.
  18. MIchael, your post reminded me a list of publications with the Headpieces that I had seen few months ago on sirbacon.org. This is in the appendix I of the great Book of Mather Walker "PLUS ULTRA" https://sirbacon.org/archives/PLUS ULTRA - w4 w ToC.pdf This is in fact a list of publications with AA devices and your book is not listed here, but it could be a new book to the list ! πŸ˜ƒ I did not find a copy of the book on internet. By chance, does the AA device appear somewhere in "Refreshing Drops scorching Viles" ?
  19. Welcome Michael, and thank you for sharing. It seems that this book was published in 1653. You say :" I believe the headpieces are of a Pythagorean Orphic tradition that connects Bacon and Shakespeare to Ben Franklin , and emblems used in colonial currency circa 1776 ". I would say that the headpieces connect Ben Franklin to Bacon/Shakespeare. πŸ˜‰ Regarding this peculiar Headpiece and its link with the Dionysian-Orphic Mysteries, I can not recommend you enough (if you have not read it yet) the wonderful essay of Peter Dawkins on the subject : https://www.fbrt.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/The_Shakespeare_Gemini_Headpieces.pdf Best regards, Yann
  20. I think that I found something else, an interesting feature concealed in the poem. If we move the second verse "Receive it for a Fable," in order to align the letter R of "Receive" with the O of "NOw" and the B of "Bird", then the word "Orbe" appears. "Orbe" is the French word for "Orb", emblem of ROYAL power. Moreover, a symmetry appears with ROBERT on one side of ELISA (the Phoenix) and FRANCIS on the other side ! Could it be an additional proof that Robert Devereux and Francis Bacon were the sons of Queen Elizabeth ?
  21. Here is a last idea ... I really share it with you as it comes ! So, please, correct me if I share something that has already been published, in order to add credit accordingly.
  22. Rob (Light-of Truth), please feel free to move this post in another topic if you think about another one that seems more appropriate. The recent post of Mr Simon Miles reminded me his great videos on The Merchant of Venice and The Phoenix and the Turtle. I had not watched his video about "The Mysterie of The Phoenix and the Turtle" since several years. I felt the need to watch it again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hjx1obZKzZI Something caught my eyes at 51:43, when Mr Simon shares the work of William Bellamy (Ben Jonson and the Art of Anagram) on "The Phoenix Analysde" , a poem that can be found in a book published in 1601. I believe that this poem conceals more that just the identity of Anthony Bacon. I think it confirms the bond that exists and is concealed in the poem "The Phoenix and the Turtle" ( discovered and masterfully showed by Mr Simon) between Queen Elizabeth, Robert Devereux, Anthony and Francis Bacon. https://www.themathesontrust.org/papers/audio/mysticalpoetry/phoenix-lovesmartyr.pdf EDIT : BOND = 33 (simple cipher) = BACON (simple cipher) BOND = 67 (reverse cipher) = FRANCIS ( simple cipher)
  23. Dear Mr Miles, congratulations on your new book ! To be honest, I am slightly saddened to see that you talk about your "Baconian carreer" with the past tense. The truth is that I discovered your work 6 years ago at the very beginning of my own journey in the world of Francis Bacon and it has profoundly impacted me. I would like to take this occasion to thank you for your unvaluable work. Now, I am looking forward to discovering your take on the Mysteries of Rennes-le-ChΓ’teau. πŸ™‚
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