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  1. "For shame, my Liege, make them your President" Why "President" instead of "precedent" ? An error ? NO, IT IS A CLUE ! The word "President" appears a second time in the First Folio, in the play "Antony and Cleopatra" act III scene 7 To be continued ...
  2. I LET YOU IMAGINE MY SURPRISE WHEN I DISCOVERED THE SECRETS OF THE PAGES 152, 153 and 154 OF HENRY VI (PART III) ! For more information about Francis Bacon and the crown'd Bowl : FIAT can also be seen as a reference to the words of the Virgin Mary in Luke 1:38 : "And Mary said, Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word. And the angel departed from her." The Annunciation of the Phoenix : I.N.R.I Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum or Igne Natura Renovatur Integram For more information about "Phoenicias" in the Droeshout Portrait : For more information about the sonnet 143 and the number 143 : To be continued ...
  3. THE BOOKMARK (Thanks to the work of Rob, Light-of-Truth, on the number 102) If you want more information about the number 102 : For more information about Francis Bacon and HAMLET: Take a look at the great work of A. Phoenix on this subject "FRANCIS BACON AND HIS EARLIEST SHAKESPEARE PLAY HAMLET A TUDOR FAMILY TRAGEDY" https://sirbacon.org/a-phoenix/ To be continued ...
  4. AND HERE IS WHAT I FOUND ! COULD ANTHONY VAN DYCK, LORD GEORGE STUART AND SIR JOHN SUCKLING KNOW FRANCIS BACON'S SECRETS ? INDEED ! Notice that Sir John Suckling, as a Cavalier poet, was also closed to Ben Jonson. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sons_of_Ben_(literary_group) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavalier_poet Moreover, Anthony van Dyck and Ben Jonson shared the same muse : Venetia Stanley. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venetia_Stanley https://www.poetryexplorer.net/poem.php?id=10076756 To be continued ...
  5. Two weeks ago, I received a mail in connection with another one of my passions, a mail of which the content fit exactly with our discussions of that day. The mail referred to John Dee , the Rose Compass , and the number 365. For me, it was a "sign". I had absolutely no doubt in my mind that this mail contained an important key to advance in my searching. One name was mentionned, Humphrey Moseley. I learned that he was a prominent London publisher and bookseller in the middle seventeenth century and that he had published Sir Francis Bacon and William Shake-speare. "On 9 September 1653, Moseley registered the play Cardenio as the work of William Shakespeare and John Fletcher, and plays titled Henry I and Henry II as the work of Shakespeare and Robert Davenport. On 29 June 1660, he registered three plays, The History of King Stephen, Duke Humphrey, a Tragedy, and Iphis and Iantha, or A Marriage Without a Man, a Comedy (a treatment of Ovid's story of Iphis and Ianthe) โ€“ all allegedly by Shakespeare." - Wikipedia I knew that I was on the right path, but I felt that I was missing a piece of the puzzle. And I finally find it ! Another name was concealed in that mail, the name of a man, SIR JOHN SUCKLING , and the name of one of his play, AGLAURA, published for the first time in 1638 and reprinted by Humphrey Moseley in his octavo collection of Suckling's works, Fragmenta Aurea, in 1646 and 1648. https://books.google.fr/books?id=ohGOBQfvezQC&pg=RA1-PA6&lpg=RA1-PA6&dq=fragmenta+aurea+suckling+aglaura&source=bl&ots=8fZxZi9_SN&sig=ACfU3U2qFiDHqU7eEqCsGuXUeQy_-JJZNw&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwidrfixxML2AhVU14UKHToWANE4ChDoAXoECBcQAw#v=onepage&q=fragmenta aurea suckling aglaura&f=false The play is about a Prince, the Prince of Persia. For the anecdote, it echoes a post that I made the day before my finding , a post explaining that 44 was the gematria of CHOL the Hebrew word for PHOENIX and SAND (OF TIME !). The fact is that when I wrote SAND (OF TIME!) I had The Prince of Persia : The sands of Time in mind. Indeed, this is the name of a video game I played when I was younger and also the name of a film . All is connected !!! ๐Ÿ˜Š Here are two of the interesting things that I found in the Play : ROTA(S) the Latin for WHEEL(S) page 33 (BACON - simple cipher) TWO - FAMA on page 58 ( BACON - "De furtivis" cipher) But the most important regarding John Suckling is a Portrait that was painted in 1638 by Anthony van Dyck, a Portrait of Sir John Suckling holding a ... SHAKESPEARE FOLIO ! One year ago, I watched a video by Alexander Waugh explaining that this Portrait was another proof that Edward De Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, was Shake-speare. The Time has come to bring a fresh look at this Portrait, with a Baconian point of view ! I respect the work of Mr Waugh, however he missed one important point : there is no one but two Portraits that were painted by Anthony van Dyck in 1638. WITH FRANCIS BACON / SHAKE-SPEARE ALL WORKS BY TWO. First of all, I invite you to watch the following superb video about the Portrait by "The Frick Collection" To be continued ...
  6. Thank you Rob ! Few days ago, I made a new finding, in the frontispiece of a book from the 17th century with two blocks of characters, one with 39 characters (F. BACON) , the other one with 144 characters ( SIR FRANCIS BACON) for a total of 183 characters. And I wondered what this number 183 was hiding. Thanks to you, now I know ... FR. BACONI DE VERVLAMIO. ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘
  7. Hi Rob, I think that you make reference to a discussion about the Newfounland stamp of Francis Bacon, with a person who said that the title was incorrect because Francis Bacon was SIR Francis Bacon , Knight , LORD Keeper of the Great Seal, LORD Chancellor, BARON VERULAM ,VISCOUNT of St Alban , and not LORD BACON ! On that day, I did have a good laugh ๐Ÿ˜† - Ben Jonson, himself, used this title for the Poem he wrote in 1620 for the 60th Anniversary of his friend, a poem that was published in 1641 " Lord Bacon's Birth-day" - The case is resolved ! ๐Ÿ˜‰
  8. Oxfordians and Stratfordians shall tell you that Francis Bacon was not a Lord in 1604 because he was created Lord Keeper in 1617 and Lord Chancellor in 1618. But Shake-speare was "surnamed" Adon in L'envoy to "Narcissus" written by Thomas Edwards in 1593 . And you know what ? "Adon" is the Hebrew word for ... LORD ! ๐Ÿ˜Š So, de facto, as Francis Bacon is Shake-speare, he is "LORD" at least since 1593 ๐Ÿ˜‰
  9. You've got your head screwed on ! (Or in French : "Tu ne perds pas le Nord !" ๐Ÿ™‚"
  10. The last but not the least ... I noticed that the word CATUS started from each "C" of "FRANCISCUS BACON" Does CATUS mean something in Latin ? INDEED ! CATUS is the Latin word for WISE. If it is due to chance, the chance does things well !๐Ÿ™‚
  11. As I was looking for MINERVA, I realized that the letters of MINERVA were in the word SCIENTIARVM. And you know what ? I realized that SCIENTIARVM was an anagram of MINERVA SCIT which, in Latin, means ... MINERVA KNOWS ! ๐Ÿ˜
  12. Here is a last one ... CASTOR and POLLUX (And never mind that it is only a figment of my imagination ! ๐Ÿ™‚)
  13. From the "R" of VER (TRUTH) to the "T" of NAT. (From NATUS - BORN) : TUDOR
  14. I just noticed that right in the middle and perpendicularly to ARCANA (SECRET) there is a reference to ARCAS / BOร–TES https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boรถtes (In connection with Page 53 of HISTORIES - First part of King Henry the Fourth Act 2 scene 1)
  15. Hi, A Phoenix ! Thank you again ! I had never taken the time to take a look at the Francis Bacon Monument. Here are some ideas ... FRANCISCUS BACON , APOLLO / SOL, R.C. PEN - AA
  16. Hi Rob ! What a great discovery you have made ! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ I totally agree with you regarding the "Golden crowned lion". And there is much more ... https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b10532636v/f45.item.zoom https://sirbacon.org/codukeg2.htm https://sirbacon.org/archives/Coincidences.pdf (Page 53 .. what a coincidence ! ๐Ÿ˜‰ )
  17. Hi Rob ! Thank you very much for this in-depth analysis ! Great work ! As I was working on Wither's Emblems, I was wondering why Bacon was depicting as a thief on the Emblems 33 (Book 3) and 21 (Book 2) ... ... YOU FOUND THE ANSWER !!! ๐Ÿ™‚
  18. THE TRUTH LIES IN THE PONCTUATION !๐Ÿ™‚ By the way, Ben jonson used the same principle in his poem "On Poet-Ape" published in 1616, in his First Folio. (I will also share this in the new topic of Rob about Ben Jonson's Poem) N.B : 77 words from "Poor Poet-Ape..." to "...he slights it." Moreover, "Poet-Ape" count for one word as well as and "after-times" .
  19. Here is my attempt to translate the text for you : Man, this Master of the Earth, Where he is amused by a disappointing Good: Is it a Work made only of glass, Since it breaks to the slightest wind ? And here is my attempt to give it a poetic form : O Man, this Master of the Earth, Amused by a Good with few worth: Is it made of Glass, since with ease It may break to the slightest breeze ? I can't dismiss that "de verre" (of glass) makes me think of "De Vere" but ... Right in the middle, we can read : " MASTER BACON" "lamuse" is interesting because the ' is missing. "l'amuse" means "amuse him" "la muse" means "the muse" And we know that the muse of Bacon was Minerva, the Speare shaker. The french word "Ouvrage" is also very interesting bacause it means "Work" but also "BOOK" So right in the middle we have : MASTER BACON'S BOOK - MINERVA
  20. Thank you Kate ! This is a great work indeed !!! "Hu (แธฅw), in ancient Egypt, was the deification of the first word, the word of creation" - Wikipedia "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" John 1:1 And look what is underlined ๐Ÿ˜ƒ... Iesus Hominis Salvator
  21. Hi, A.Phoenix ! Thank you again for sharing with us these photographs of the different Title-pages of Shake-speare's Works. Here are my two cents regarding the ciphered message concealed in this one. PATEO - BACON - REX TUDOR PATEO is Latin for "to be revealed" or "to be exposed" ๐Ÿ˜‰ Notice that we can also form the name "TUDOR" with "Romeo" "Juliet" "augmented" "amended"
  22. Hi Kate ! Here is the information given by wikipedia : "Leiden was formed on an artificial hill (today called the Burcht van Leiden) at the confluence of the rivers Oude and Nieuwe Rijn (Old and New Rhine). In the oldest reference to this, from circa 860, the settlement was called Leithon. The name is said to be from Germanic leitha- "canal" in dative pluralis, thus meaning "at the canals". "Canal" is actually not the completely proper word. A leitha (later "lede") was a human-modified natural river, partly natural, partly artificial." By the way, I discovered the interesting work of Lucas van Leyden , a contemporary of ... Albrecht Dรผrer ! ๐Ÿ™‚ The Painter Lucas van Leyden by Albrecht Dรผrer (1521)
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