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  1. Thank you A. Phoenix ! Your kind words move me enormously. There is a lot of discoveries that I'm looking forward to sharing with you on this incredible board, some discoveries that I made few years ago, some others that I made very recently thanks to this marvellous forum and the great minds who share, here, their knowledge and their passion ! I LOVE this collaborative work ! And LOVE is the key ! Thank you again.
  2. I am looking forward to reading more ! πŸ™‚ And talking about 100, the simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON ... HEKATOMPATHIA by Thomas Watson ( Really ? πŸ™‚ ) 1582 HEKATON is the Greek word for the number 100. Notice the upside-down AA Headpiece. Find the second one and you will find the truth ! πŸ˜‰
  3. The Shephearde's Calender -By Edmund Spenser ( Really ? πŸ™‚) 1579 IF THAT ANY ASKE THY NAME SAY : I AM ALP TAW ( I AM The Beginning and the End , the Alpha and the Omega) I AM F. BACON I AM WILL TUDOR I AM IMMERITO TITUS ANDRONICUS (Act 4 - Scene 4) Tam. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is the sunne dim'd, that Gnats do flie in it? The Eagle suffers little Birds to sing, And is not carefull what they meane thereby, Knowing that with the shadow of his wings He can at pleasure stint their melodie: Even so mayest thou, the giddy men of Rome, Then cheare thy spirit, for know, thou Emperour, I will enchaunt the old Andronicus With words more sweet, and yet more dangerous, Than baits to fish, or hony stalkes to sheepe, When as the one is wounded with the baite, The other rotted with delicious feed. King. But he will not entreat his Sonne for us. Tam. If Tamora entreat him, then he will, For I can smooth and fill his aged eare, With golden promises, that were his heart Almost impregnable, his old eares deafe, Yet should both eare and heart obey my tongue. Goe thou before, be our Embassadour, Say that the Emperour requests a parly Of warlike Lucius, and appoint the meeting. King. Emillius, do this message Honourably: And if he stand on Hostage for his safety Bid him demaund what pledge will please him best. BACON William Tudor F.BAGO'S WAY
  4. Beautiful Illustration ! I am not an expert. I know that the Emblems were invented by Andrea Alciato who published his first book , Emblematum Liber, in 1531. Here is a great site about Books of Emblems : https://www.emblems.arts.gla.ac.uk/alciato/books.php?id=A31a. I discovered ETHICO-POLITICA EMBLEMATA by Johann Kreihing "accidentally", thanks to Mystery of Francis Bacon by William T Smedley (1996) that mentionned some Books on Emblems, of which EMBLEMATA ETHICO POLITICA by J. Bornitius.
  5. I just noticed one interesting thing that should please you !πŸ™‚ FROM the besieged Ardea all in post, Borne by the trustlesse wings of false desire, Lust-breathed TARQVIN, leaues the Roman host, And to Colatium beares the lightlesse fire, VVhich in pale embers hid, lurkes to aspire, And girdle with embracing flames, the wast Of C O L A T I N E S fair loue, L V C R E C E the chast. Hap'ly that name of chast, vnhap'ly set This batelesse edge on his keene appetite: When COLATINE vnwisely did not let, To praise the cleare vnmatched red and white, Which triumpht in that skie of his delight: Where mortal stars as bright as heauΔ“s Beauties, With pure aspects did him peculiar dueties. THE WINGS HID F BACON - SUB UMBRA ALARUM TUARUM - ( UNDER THE SHADOW OF THY WINGS ) https://archive.org/details/mirrorofmaiestie00hggoiala/page/10/mode/2up
  6. "NOS QUOQUE FLORUIMUS, SED FLOS ERAT ILLE CADUCUS, FLAMMAQUE DE STIPULA NOSTRA BREVISQUE " is more exactly a line from TRISTIA Book V Elegy VIII. I believe that this choice was deliberate, and is a reference to the most important Book of Emblems of all time : THE TAROT ! FRANCIS BACON ( IUSTICE - VIII - 53) TRANSFORMING (ARCANE XIII) THE WORLD ( LE MONDE - XXI) VIII + XIII = XXI The next Emblem ( CLVIII - 158) seems to give credit to this idea . Sic transit gloria mundi "Thus passes the glory of the world."
  7. It is a line from TRISTIA written by the poet OVID. "NOS QUOQUE FLORUIMUS, SED FLOS ERAT ILLE CADUCUS, FLAMMAQUE DE STIPULA NOSTRA BREVISQUE " β€œI too had my day, but that day was fleeting; my fire was but a straw and short-lived.” Regardind the number 157 , you should take a look at the Emblem CX (110) on page 157, which (I believe) is connected with the Emblem XLVIII(48) on page 60. We can see here three characters. One of them is BACON showing us a WHEEL ( WILL ) in the background, near a cubique structure. ALL IS NUMBER - we have 3 characters , the circle that represents the number 1 and the cubique structure that represents the number 4. 314 is the number Pi and also the simple count of FRATERNITY OF THE ROSI CROSSE. And here is the Emblem CX (110) on page 157, that represents ... A WHEEL ( WILL ) ! Perseverandum ( We will persevere ) PER SEDULUS BACON IN MEDIO (By the industrious Bacon in the midst) And you know what ? CX (110) + XLVIII (48) = CLVIII (158) and 158 is the simple cipher of ELIZABETH TUDOR ! πŸ™‚ And I like the idea that C(3) + L(11) + V(20) + I(9) + I(9) + I(9) = 61 the simple cipher of JANUS ! Finally, there is also a connection with "Mathematical Magicks". https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=osu.32435018035212&view=1up&seq=33&skin=2021 The Wheel ( WILL ) / Axis in Peritrochio : 33 (BACON)
  8. Another very instructive Book of Emblems is ETHICO-POLITICA EMBLEMATA by Johann Kreihing and Jacob van Meurs, published in 1661. https://archive.org/details/gri_33125010375166/page/n61/mode/2up Here is my take on it. 1661 is a palindromic number and 16 + 61 = 77 that is the simple cipher of MINERVA the Spear-shaker, who was Francis Bacon's muse and the origin of his pen name "SHAKE-SPEARE" The simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE is 103 , and in this Book of Emblems, the Emblem CIII (103) represents ... MINERVA , The Spear-Shaker and Cupid/EROS ! Notice the cross on top of the helmet of Minerva. Knowing that EROS is the anagram of ROSE, I think that the ROSE-CROSS is here in disguise. Moreover , we are on the page 143 and 143 is the simple cipher of QUEEN ELIZABETH. Now, if SHAKESPEARE = 103 , WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE = 177. The book is written in Latin and CXXI (121) is precisely the simple cipher of FRANCISCI BACONI (The latinized name of Francis Bacon) The mystery of Shake-speare's true identity is solved ! But that's not all. A floor black and white checkerboard appears on four Emblems. This is the same principle than in Minerva Britanna with 33 = BACON and 33+34 = 67 = FRANCIS. The Emblem on page 33 depicts two wrestlers, who are a reference to POLLUX one of the two divine Twins (Castor and Pollux). The statue is a reference to Athena Parthenos but here she wears a hat and holds a laurel wreath in one hand and in the other hand ... a SPEAR-SHAKER standing on the GLOBE ! The Emblem on page 34 depicts different characters, each of them with a jester's hat. Notice the soldier (a spear shaker) on the right , with the boots of an actor ... a reference to William Shaksper, the actor ! Finally , the Emblem CL (150) makes a reference to JUPITER and JANUS. And in the Emblem CLIII (153) the Painter point to the painting of a Hog and right above his staff we can see a painting of ... BACON ! By the way , 150 + 153 = 303 πŸ˜‰
  9. Hi Rob, I am really looking forward to learning more about your take on numbers 110, 188 and 1881 and there "eternal" qualities. Thank you for giving us a first hand insight into your thinking on the subject. I would like to share with you something that popped in my mind, as I was reading your post and was facing the SHAs all over Sonnet 18. That completes my thinking on the Sonnet 18 of this morning. S Hall I compare thee to a Summers day? Thou art more louely and more temperate: Rough windes do shake the darling buds of Maie, And Sommers lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heauen shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm'd, And euery faire from faire some-time declines, By chance,or natures changing course vntrim'd: But thy eternall Sommer shall not fade, Nor loose possession of that faire thou ow'st, Nor shall death brag thou wandr'st in his shade, When in eternall lines to time thou grow'st, So long as men can breath or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee, There is evidently the anagram of the word "STAR" in acrostic. With the I and the H appears the name "ISHTAR" the Mesopotamian Goddess associated with the Greek/Roman goddess Aphrodite/VENUS But we can also read : IH STAR that could be a reference to the Star of Bethleem . Indeed IH , was before IHS, an abbreviation of JESUS. And talking about JESUS, we have in the sonnet 18 the two words "EYE" and "SEE" or I see I.C (Iesus Christ) S Hall I compare thee to a Summers day? Thou art more louely and more temperate: Rough windes do shake the darling buds of Maie, And Sommers lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heauen shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm'd, And euery faire from faire some-time declines, By chance,or natures changing course vntrim'd: But thy eternall Sommer shall not fade, Nor loose possession of that faire thou ow'st, Nor shall death brag thou wandr'st in his shade, When in eternall lines to time thou grow'st, So long as men can breath or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee, And if we draw a line passing through "eye" and "see" ... shake-speare appears ! Moreover if EYE = 33, the simple count of BACON , EYE SEE = 61 , the simple count of J(9) A(1) N(13) U(20) S(18) πŸ™‚ Indeed, SHA = 18 8 1 "may be like the Janus facing backwards and forwards". Two 18 for two STARS representing HESPERUS the evening star and PHOSPHORUS the morning star, or CASTOR AND POLLUX or ... SHALIM and SHAHAR , the twin deities of Dusk and Dawn ! πŸ˜ƒ
  10. And here is another "coincidence" !!!😁 I noticed that with the letters of MYSHA we could form the word ASHYM. Does the word ASHYM exist ? NO ! However, the word ASHIM exist. This is a word used in Hindi, Arabic and Sanskrit, and meaning "Limitless". The fact is that last night, as if by chance, I watched a video exposing an alternate ending for the film "Limitless". And what a surprise at 1:57 !!! πŸ˜ƒ
  11. It's AWESOME Rob !!!😲 Many thanks. I am sure that this is just a part of what you see. When I read your post this morning just before going to work ( Indeed, I am one of these persons ! πŸ˜„ ) a lot of things caught my eyes. Unfortunately, I did not have enough time to respond. And what I found echoes something I noticed yesterday in "Mathematical Magicks" which, at your recommandation, I've taken a look at. My first thought , discovering your superb analysis of the letters in acrostic, was that the author would never have left an incomplete message. And by using the Q of Quietus we obtain: OD, WT I , AS MY SHAQ . The name Shakespeare was also spelled Shaxspere, shaksper and SHAQSPER. We have SHAQ but where is the Spear ? I think that Quietus is a reference to Sextus Flavius Quietus who was a "Primus Pilus", which means that he was the senior centurion of the legion and commander of the first cohort. And Primus Pilus means "First SPEAR" or "First LANCE" And now the message is complete : O Dee, William Tudor I AS MY SHAQSPEARE O Thou my lovely Boy who in thy power Doest hold Times fickle glasse,his sickle,hower; Who hast by wayning growne,and therein shou'st, Thy lovers withering,as thy sweet selfe grow'st. If Nature (sovereign misteres over wrack) As thou goest onwards still will plucke thee backe, She keepes thee to this purpose, that her skill. May time disgrace and wretched mynuit kill. Yet fear her, O thou minnion of her pleasure, She may detaine, but not still keepe her tresure! Her Audite (though delayd) answer'd must be, And her Quietus is to render thee. ( ) ( ) Moreover, the Middle English word "quit" comes from the Latin "Quietus" and means ... to set FREE ! "As you from crimes would pardoned be, Let your indulgence set me free." (The Tempest) But that's not all. O Thou my lovely Boy who in thy power Doest hold Times fickle glasse,his sickle,hower; Who hast by wayning growne,and therein shou'st, Thy lovers withering,as thy sweet selfe grow'st. If Nature (sovereign misteres over wrack) As thou goest onwards still will plucke thee backe, She keepes thee to this purpose, that her skill. May time disgrace and wretched mynuit kill. Yet fear her, O thou minnion of her pleasure, She may detaine, but not still keepe her tresure! Her Audite (though delayd) answer'd must be, And her Quietus is to render thee. BAQON - WILL BACON MYSHA is an arabic name meaning HAPPY, JOYOUS throughout life. "Haile HAPPY genius of this antient Pile" Lord Bacon's Birth-day - Ben Jonson And here is a "HAPPY" coincidence ... https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=osu.32435018035212&view=1up&seq=33&skin=2021&q1=vulgar Cap . 3 . Mechanical Powers. 13 C A P. III. Of the first Mechanical Faculty , the Bal - lance. F. BACO (33) the First lance (Primus Pilus)
  12. This is another great finding, Rob !!! The first letters of the top three that start lines in the Sonnets formed the Hebrew letter "TAW" meaning "MARK" or "SIGN" and a reference to the CROSS. And 437+359+227=1023 the isopsephy of μΡτοχη meaning Fellowship. That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ. (King James Bible 1 John 1:3) But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin. (King James Bible 1 John 1:7) It can seem a bit far-fetched but ... SONNET 123 No, Time, thou shalt not bost that I doe change, Thy pyramids buylt up with newer might To me are nothing novell, nothing strange, They are but dressings of a former sigh: Our dates are breef, and therefor we admire, What thou dost foyst upon us that is ould; And rather make them borne to our desire, Then thinke that we before have heard them tould: Thy registers and thee I both defie, Not wondring at the present, nor the past, For thy records,and what we see doth lye, Made more or les by thy continuall hast: This I doe vow and this shall ever be; I will be true despite thy syeth and thee. If I am not mistaken, here are the Sonnets with the word TAW in acrostic : TAW by reading from top to bottom : 1+58+67+118+144+150 = 538 TAW by reading from bottom to top : 20+32+49+95+97+123+128 = 544 The two numbers are very close ! The average of these two numbers is 541 (538 + 3 , 544 - 3 ) 541 is the 100th prime ( 100 the simple cipher of Francis Bacon) And 541 is the gematria of IACOB ( of which the anagram is I, BACO) That is just an idea.
  13. Rob, I just saw something interesting in the passage of Henry IV part 1 Act 3 scene 3. "O, thou art a perpetual triumph, an everlasting bonfire-light!" 5 years ago, as I was making research on "The Chariot", my research led me to the four Triumphant Chariots of the "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili " https://archive.org/details/hypnerotomachiap00colo/page/n157/mode/2up And looking for a link to share, what a surprise ! The chapter on the Triumphant Chariots begins on page 157.
  14. And this is your 67th post ! 😁 Thank you Rob, but the credits belongs to Ben Jonson. "Haile, Happie Genius of this ancient Pile !" , Happie Genius being a reference to Jupiter/Jove , which can explain the reference to Jupiter/Jove in the Latin text at the beginning of the page 157.
  15. FALSTAFF: Do thou amend thy face, and I'll amend my life: thou art our admiral, thou bearest the lantern in the poop, but 'tis in the nose of thee; thou art the Knight of the Burning Lamp. And this is what we call "To be in the theme" ! πŸ˜‰
  16. Thank you again Rob ! I did not know this book, that seems to be another goldmine. Indeed, it is very interesting to think about Shakespeare's Works as "A Chariot". My first thought is : A "Chariot" also means a "Charioteer". My second thought is for "The Chariot" Tarot card with its" Charioteer" who is a Prince with a Janus-like Shoulder armor. I have not met with any Author who doth treat particularly concerning the manner of Framing this Chariot, though Grotius mentions an elegant description of it in copper by one Gey- nius : and Hondius in one of his large Maps of Asia,does give another conje- ctural description of the like Chariots used in China. By one Geynius ... Fra Bacon ! Moreover : Cap. 2 Epi. 19 Epi. 5 Epi. 20 & 21 2+19+5+20+21 = 67 The simple cipher of FRANCIS πŸ™‚
  17. Hi Rob, Thank you so much for sharing this with us. This is a great finding ! I think that you are totally right. Salamander is born from fire and, like the Phoenix is a symbol of rebirth and immortality. And the Salamander was the Emblem of ... Francis I of France ! https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13764/crown--salamander-symbol-of-francis-i-of-france/ It could be saying : " For that Will is the immortal King Francis Bacon"
  18. In his Book "Of the Advancement of Learning" (Book 6 - Chapter 2) published in 1605, Francis Bacon mentions the "Traditionem Lampadis" or the Delivery of the Lamp, which represents the passing on of the LIGHT/TRUTH/WISDOM. And what Francis Bacon writes is very important! "Of which kind of Delivery, the Method of the Mathematicks in that subject, hath some shadow, but generally I see it neither put in ure nor put in Inquisition; and therefore number it amongst Deficients ; and we will call it Traditionem Lampadis, the Delivery of the Lampe, or the Method bequeathed to the sonnes of Sapience." https://archive.org/details/ofadvancementpro00baco/page/176/mode/2up Let's take Francis Bacon's word for it. As if by chance, this passage is on page 177 of "The Advancement of Learning". 177 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE. Inquisition comes from the Latin word Inquisitio meaning search, investigation, collecting of evidence. What if we apply "the Method of the Mathematiques" to "Traditionem Lampadis" and "number it" ? The simple cipher of "TRADITIONEM LAMPADIS" is 193. 193 is 100 + 93 100 is the simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON and 93, or IC (I see), a reference to Iesus Christ. Now, let's take a look at WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE'S FIRST FOLIO. By counting from the Droeshout's Portrait of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE, the 193th page is the page number 177 of "The Merchant of Venice". 177 ... the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. In the following video, you will discover, among other things, the importance of numbers 93 and 177 in the First Folio, and how Francis Bacon used these numbers, as well as the number 84, to conceal the Truth : https://fb.watch/b8O50Sw_6C/ But there is much more! As Baconians, you know the famous Jacob Cat's Emblem "Lampado Trado" published in his book "Alle de Wercken" in 1655, and depicting "The passing on of the Lamp of Tradition" between John Dee and Francis Bacon. https://sirbacon.org/lamp.htm Another "Lampado Trado" Emblem appears in Lychnocausia, a Book of Emblems by Robert Farlie, published a few years earlier (1638). https://archive.org/details/lychnocausiasive00farl In this emblem, the character is a Shakespearean Actor (Could it be Shakespeare himself ?) Now, what if I told you that Francis Bacon concealed "The passing on of the Lamp of Tradition" in the First Folio ? The fact is that he concealed the Truth in "The Tempest", a tribute to Master John Dee, his mentor. Portrait of Francis Bacon by Paul van Somer (1617) As you know, Free was used by Francis Bacon as a signature because: BACON = FREE = 33 (simple cipher) BACON = FREE = 111 (Kay cipher) The French word for FREE is FRANC or LIBRE an anagram of LIBER , a reference to LIBER , the Free-one, an Italic God of wine like Bacchus/Bacco. (See The Shakespeare Enigma by Peter Dawkins - Chapter 13) And here is a link to the work of Peter Dawkins on the subject (page 14) https://www.fbrt.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Baconian-Rosicrucian_Ciphers.pdf Β« Freedome,high-day,high-day freedome,freedome, high-day, freedome ! Β» Free is used for times. and 4 times "Free" equals 4 x 111 = 444 ,that is the gematria of MIKDASH the Hebrew word for TEMPLE. FRANCIS BACON TELLS US THAT HE IS THE NEW MASTER OF THE TEMPLE ! Let's take a look at the 444th leaf and at the 444th page of the First Folio. 444th leaf: The Tragedie of Cymbeline (Tragedies - page 389) VENERABLE IS THE FRENCH WORD FOR WORSHIPFUL MASTER 444th page: The life of Henry the Fift ( Histories - page 90) In conclusion, Francis Bacon confirmes that he is the Worshipful Master in "The Comedie of Errors", on the misprinted page 88(86) ,which interestingly enough is the 103th page by counting from Ben Jonson's Eulogy (To The Reader). And as you know, 103 is the simple cipher of SHAKE-SPEARE !
  19. To own the First Edition of The Essayes published in 1625 is another sweet dream out of my range ! πŸ˜„ https://www.buddenbrooks.com/pages/books/31510/sir-francis-bacon/essayes-or-councils-civill-or-morall-of-francis-lo-verulem-viscount-st-alban-newly-enlarged The oldest book I have bought is Alciati's "Emblemata" , the third French edition published in 1584, with its share of surprises. https://www.emblems.arts.gla.ac.uk/french/books.php?id=FALc Here is a photograpy for the B'Hive community : EMBLEM 111 - PAGES 153-154
  20. This is a part of your work I was aware of, with your great take on Bacon's Bilateral Cipher in the Sonnets. https://www.light-of-truth.com/bacons_biliteral_cipher.htm Two GREAT discoveries! Indeed, your graphic is a beautiful solution and you get my attention ! πŸ˜‰
  21. Here is the medal of my dreams ! This is a personal artwork based on the medals of Skakespeare and Bacon from the "British Worthies" Series by Jean Dassier (c. 1733). For more informations about the original medals : http://www.historicalartmedals.com/MEDAL WEB ENTRIES/JEAN DASSIER'S SERIES OF BRITISH WORTHIES/SHAKESPEARE-BW372 HIGH.htm http://www.historicalartmedals.com/MEDAL WEB ENTRIES/JEAN DASSIER'S SERIES OF BRITISH WORTHIES/BACON-BW046 HIGH.htm
  22. Thank you very much A. Phoenix . I completely missed the number 103. In fact, this single's stamp says it all ! With the inverted "Z" that is the 53rd letter and LORD BACON - THE GUIDING SPIRIT IN COLONIZATION SCHEME - SIX CENTS = 53 letters, 53 being the simple cipher of SWAN and POET , as well as the cipher (De furtivis) of TUDOR, this stamp tells us that : LORD BACON, THE CONCEALED POET , WAS SHAKESPEARE, THE SWEET SWAN OF AVON , AND THE PRINCE TUDOR !
  23. WOW !!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us ! What a great and very interesting discovery ! I do not believe in coincidence ! This afternoon, I wondered if I should share or not my work on the number 160, which is the gematria of CAYIN (CaΓ―n) meaning SPEAR. Using your link https://goo.gl/maps/DRAES1ADELefYaFw5 and zooming out ,what a surprise discovering that the road going from the West to the East and crossing the road 183 is the road ... 160 ! And this road 160 goes from COLUMBUS (KANSAS - Portrait (HE KNEW)πŸ˜‰) .... - Christopher Columbus - ... to TUBA CITY ! TUBA -Road 160 = TUBA - Road CAIN The road of TUBA(L) CAIN ? And the Roads 160 and 183 share a segment ... between Roads 1 and 34 πŸ™‚ AND WHAT ANOTHER GREAT FIND YOU HAVE MADE THANKS TO YOUR PYRAMID SONNETS TOOL ! Regarding the misprinted Sonnet 116/119 : 119 is the simple cipher of MEDIOCRIA FIRMA (THE MIDDLE WAY IS SAFE) , Francis Bacon's motto ( and also the simple cipher of ALL IS NUMBER 😁) L Et me not the marriage of the true minds Admit impediments. Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds Or bends with the remover to remove O, no! it is an ever-fixed mark, That looks on tempests and is never shaken; It is the star to every wandering bark, Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken. Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks Within his bending sickle's compass come; Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom. If this be error and upon me prov'd, I never writ, nor no man ever lov'd. The OWL is one of the symbols of MINERVA the goddess of WIsdom (WIT). (By the way , there is also the word LAW in acrostic, that can be seen as a reference to BACON the Lawyer) As you probably know, the Capital letters in acrostic add to 173 a reference to the Rosy-Cross ( R=17 and C=3). Interestingly enough, LEA is the name of the first wife of IACOB ( which is the anagram of I,BACO) The fact is that Leah is mentionned by Shake-speare only once in the First Folio ... on page 173 of Comedies (The Merchant of Venice). And on this same page 173 , TUBALL is mentionned 8 times. Now, take a close look at page 173 of Histories and you will find ... CAIN ! I'm looking forward to reading one day your post on Bacon's Vault! .
  24. Thank you dear Janus-like Moderator for your feedback ! πŸ™‚ I must admit that my nights were also shortened since a few days ! But it is for a good reason. "If Rosicrucian, I'd expect more. I would have made it the 3 cent stamp so 3 3 would be on it. Or had some count come up to 157 or 287. But they chose 6 cents. Why?" YOU ARE TOTALLY RIGHT ! You just do not have the BIG PICTURE ! Just for the anecdote, as I was looking for the Type "2" Stamp of Francis Bacon, three years ago, I found a seller who selled 4 stamps of Newfounland together : 1561 !!! I took it as the sign that I was on the right path, and that something was concealed in these stamps. We are talking about the "GUY TERCENTENARY" Series. Let's take a look at the "JOHN GUY" Stamp ... HERE IS THE 33 !!! And as if by magic, the "GUY TERCENTENARY" Series become the " 33(BACON) TERCENTENARY" Series And John Guy is mentionned in a second stamp ... This is the only stamp of the Series with the number appearing three times. Notice the line forming the number four-4-four and the PYRAMID (444). ALL IS NUMBER and 444 is the gematria of MIKDASH : THE TEMPLE. "I have seen where the letter "I" has different possibilities, one is it could be "EYE" which is 33 Simple cipher. "I (eye) in the pyramid", etc. I have spent many hours years past looking at where the letter "I" is centered in various places and could have importance." Do you see the EYE right in the middle of the Pyramidal Temple (444) ? You need to rise above the situation ! πŸ˜‰ And the fact is that BACON used the same principle to hide the Pyramide and the Eye in the Frontispiece of his "Novum Organum" published in 1620. To be continued ...
  25. Newfoundland stamps were issued on 1910 to commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the Colonization of Newfounland. One of the stamps of the "GUY TERCENTENARY" series depicts LORD BACON and proclaims him as : THE GUIDING SPIRIT IN COLONIZATION SCHEME BUT THAT'S NOT ALL ! 66 is the simple cipher of FRA. BACONI. 6*6 = 36 - = T = 19 and .-. = R = 17 19 + 17 = 36 THE GUIDING SPIRIT IN COLONIZATION SCHEME = 36 Letters Perhaps a reference to the 36 "Invisible Ones" ? What do you think ? Is really the inverted "Z" of COLONIZATION an error, or is it a clue (knowing that it is the 53rd letter by counting from the N of Newfounland) ?
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