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  1. Hi Kate, Did you notice that in Friedman's letter, by counting from "Dear Harrod ..." , if we count "Bacon-shakespeare" as one then "Bacon-shakespeare" is the 33rd word and there are 67 words in total ?
  2. Hi friendsofidb, If it can help, it seems that in fact this is "Les grands mystères du passé " by Decaux published in 1964 that includes a chapter on Shakespeare and Bacon. The chapter seems to be entitled "Shakespeare était-il Shakespeare ?" And I second Rob (Light-of-Truth) . Many thanks for sharing your efforts with us.
  3. About Erichtonius : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erichthonius_of_Athens Francis Bacon's Essay XX: https://www.bartleby.com/lit-hub/of-the-wisdom-of-the-ancients/xx-ericthonius-francis-bacon-15611626-of-the-wisdom-of-the-ancients-1857/
  4. Great finding Rob ! Here is another strange error. I do not know this Roman number ! πŸ˜„ https://archive.org/details/atalantafugiensh00maie/page/114/mode/1up P.S. : You can find a reference to John Dee in my poem. One clue : this is the reason why I change "your Door" by "the Door" πŸ˜‰
  5. SPOT ON, ROB ! 😊 Initially there was only "GRACE" with uppercase letters ( GRACE = 33 simple cipher). But I realized that with "PATIENCE" I obtained these interesting numbers. πŸ™‚ There is also the number 222 linked to BACON in the First Folio. https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/240/index.html%3fzoom=800.html To be honest , the P of Patience working with the G of Grace to give 157 was not intended. But I love the idea ! Could it be a gift of the ethereal realms ? Notice on page 222, the Capital Letters in acrostic following FAST BACON.😊 I AM Signior(Lord) F BAKON FAMA "In some time I'll share my findings and fun back in The Alchemical Quest thread where you shared your puzzle." I am looking forward to discovering all the fruits of your decipherment.😊
  6. Hi everyone, I recently shared (in another topic), a poem of my creation (The Alchemical Quest), a tribute to Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson with many references to my research. Evidently, I concealed a reference to number 103, the simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE, and I already shared with you, by the past, my thoughts concerning the right column of page 103 of Much ado about Nothing. This evening, I think that I found a message hidden in acrostic, in the left column. This is the word "WIT" followed by the letters "B CA" that put me on the path. Once again, I do not know if it was intended or if it is simply the fruit of my imagination, but this is an interesting solution. Notice that in acrostic we have : (WIT) I , BAC. T.T. A SHADoW
  7. Thanks kate ! Very interesting indeed ! πŸ˜ƒ Talking about synchronicities, right before to read your post and to discover the cover of "How Shakespeare's Skull was stolen and found", my research led me one more time to Act 3 scene 3 of Henry IV part 1. πŸ˜‰ https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/384/?work=&zoom=1275
  8. Hi Rob, I just made some minor changes allowing to conceal more interesting things. To help you, in the poem itself, I only changed "your door" by "the door". πŸ˜‰
  9. Rob, thank you for playing this game. 😊 Yes, indeed, Key is the 33rd word. You are on the right Path. And indeed, there is much more ! 😁 I wish you an entertaining Alchemical Quest ! πŸ˜‰
  10. Hi Eric, Thank you for sharing the work of this great Artist who masterfully sculpted a Pelican and painted a Phoenix ! 😊
  11. ScienciaPotentiaEst and friendsofisb, I wish you a warm welcome on the B'Hive ! πŸ™‚
  12. I was sure you would not miss it ! πŸ˜‰
  13. Hi Kate, "I love whiling away the time with a coffee and a mystery to solve and an inscription to decrypt!" Ditto !😊 There is also the I of Iudicio and the T of Terra. I share with you some months ago one interesting solution for the 6 letters on top forming MORTIS if we consider the P of Pylium as the Greek letter P that is our R. Notice that there is also the AE of AETATIS.
  14. Here is a tribute to Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson. This idea came to me this morning and this is my very first attempt with A.I. πŸ˜… Indeed, if I had a clear idea, I did not have the necessary skills. Not everyone who wants to be a poet is qualified to be a poet ! 😊 I used several iterations on the subject of Alchemy and mixed them together, changing words here and there, trying to constitute a coherente whole. I hope you will like the final result.
  15. My heartfelt thanks A Phoenix !❀️ One last thing ... Following my thoughts, I wondered if FABER (Architect, artisan, maker) could be linked to the irish word CERD that was also used for POET. Indeed, in this book it is said that CERD is the equivalent of the Latin words FABER and FORMATOR. πŸ™‚ https://books.google.fr/books?id=W7GReA2LNpYC&pg=PA58&lpg=PA58&dq=Irish+formator++cerd+faber&source=bl&ots=lJAbWasYWt&sig=ACfU3U37VKHeMK9zADeLyIow7sJtnLEG7w&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjKhImsutCFAxX2UqQEHZJNA9k4ChDoAXoECAQQAw#v=onepage&q=Irish formator cerd faber&f=false Manes Verulamiani (1626) CERD/FABER/CONCEAL'D POET Francis Bacon, Magister, Pictor, Architectus
  16. AMSTERODAMUM MONOGRAMMON https://archive.org/details/corneliigiselber00plem/page/122/mode/2up The fact is that there are not only one emblem depicting Fortuna but ... TWO ! And as you know, Omne trium perfectum (Everything that comes in threes is perfect). The two embems are linked to Francis Bacon's Essay "Of Fortune" first published in 1612, 4 years before Amsterodamum Monogrammon. https://www.google.fr/books/edition/The_History_of_the_Noble_and_Valiant_Squ/llNpAAAAcAAJ?hl=fr&gbpv=1&dq=Francis+Bacon++1612&pg=PP1&printsec=frontcover (Note that the reference to Homers Verses is not found in the 1612 Edition) For the anecdote, in the 3rd edition (1625) Francis Bacon wrote "Favour, Opportunitie, Death of Others". But in the 2nd Edition (1612) he wrote " Favour, Oportune death of others" This morning, I realized that the 33rd word of "Of FORTUNE"(1625) is "FABER" (Architect/maker/artisan) BACON is FABER The 39th word is "POET" F. BACON is POET The 103rd word is "Name" Name is SHAKESPEARE (103 simple cipher) FABER FORTUNAE
  17. I am really sorry ! 😞 I was about to post my comments on the facebook page of the "Oxfraud" but the comments are disabled. Here are the answers that I prepared yesterday evening and this morning. BEN JONSON'S EPIGRAM "TO THE READER" First and foremost, thank you A Phoenix for supporting my research. I must say that it is very frustrating to see them laughing and to not be able to add my point of view, to place this discovery in the right context. I planned to share my last thoughts on the subject. I share them here with you. Ben Jonson wrote "An Execration upon Vulcan" after fire destroyed his rooms and books in November 1623, the month and year of publication of the Shakespeare's First Folio. In this passage, Ben Jonson lists a lot of technics that he used in his poems and epigrams, and that he used in " To The Reader". For good measure, I remind you this was once I noticed the word "WIT" in acrostic and discovered that the word "wit" was the 33rd word of the epigram that I wondered if BACON could be found in acrostic or not, and that I found this solution. And here are the fruits of my last research. Please note that instead of the lowercase letter "c" we could use the uppercase Letter P of "Print" or "Picture". Indeed, with the Caesar cipher +12 BACON -> ONPBA And as a reminder ...
  18. Thank you Rob ! πŸ™ This is exactly what happens ... my PC is freezing up ! I will take a closer look at my applications .
  19. My computer has a lot of problems since a few days ( I must reboot it regularly !☹️) and I have to deal with headaches for a few days, so I will join in and post some arguments I already have in mind this week end, with clear head. πŸ˜‰ https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/BL_Q1_Lr_1/31/index.html%3Fzoom=550.html Warm regards.
  20. Hi Rob, I think that Dr. O chose "Reputation" as a Guide word because for Francis Bacon "Reputation" and "Honor" are linked. πŸ˜‰ Of Honor and Reputation (Essay 55) : https://www.authorama.com/essays-of-francis-bacon-55.html Of Fortune (Essay 40): https://www.authorama.com/essays-of-francis-bacon-41.html Of Nature in Men (Essay 38): https://www.authorama.com/essays-of-francis-bacon-39.html 55 + 40 + 38 = 133 πŸ˜‰
  21. Bravo! Astonishing concentrate of notable facts in six wonderful summaries ! ❀️ Many thanks for all the hard work, Phoenixes ! πŸ™
  22. To beep or not to beep ? πŸ˜„
  23. One last thing ... I also wondered if the message hidden behind "November 1623" could be : P.S. WILY F. BACON I did not know if the acronym P.S. standing for Post Scriptum was in use at that time. My research led me to this page : https://books.google.fr/books?id=qNO8EAAAQBAJ&pg=PA145&lpg=PA145&dq=PS+post+scriptum+1610&source=bl&ots=JZg6NN4VX3&sig=ACfU3U1apwL4aFonYMHa4-sh-QNGZcm5_A&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjDvYf_6MSFAxVaVKQEHSR4Bl04FBDoAXoECAIQAw#v=onepage&q=PS post scriptum 1610&f=false And I smiled when, following the WILY/CUNNING path, I decided to take a closer look at Francis Bacon's Essay "Of Cunning" and I found a reference to ... Post-Script "I knew one, that when he wrote a Letter, he would put that which was most Materiall in the Post-Script, as if it had been a By-matter" And here is the part of the Bonus of my video "Mediocria Firma" ( Special Baconiana Nov 2023) related with the page 133 of "Of Cunning" Of Cunning.mp4
  24. Hi A Phoenix, Thank you one more time for the reminder !πŸ™ On passing, I noticed something in your post that I had missed in your academic paper, and I am not sure if we already talked about it by the past. "p. 177 β€˜A profusion of Baconian pseudonyms emerge, including, Puttenham, Green, Peele, Spenser and Marlowe …’ " This is interesting that The Friedmans mention "A profusion of Baconian pseudonyms" right on page 177 that is WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE simple cipher.
  25. Regarding the month of November, this is the 11th month by counting from the 1st of January, but the 9th month if we count from the 1st of March. "November" comes from novem β€˜nine’ (being originally the ninth month of the Roman year). Thus 'November" is in fact linked to numbers 9 and 11. WILY F. BACON (SP= 33) The Letters related with numbers 9 and 11 are ... W,I,L,Y ! We can easily make the link with WILLY. And I learned that WILY was a synonym of CUNNING / INGENIOUS 'WILY' does not appear in SHAKESPEARE'S WORK. But it appears in BACON'S WORK ! πŸ™‚ Endymion, or a Favorite https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/A01185.0001.001/1:6.6?rgn=div2;view=fulltext "This was the custome also of Lewis the eleuenth king of France, a cau∣tious and wily Prince."
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