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  1. The First Folio was published in 1623, the Second Folio in 1632. As A=1, B=2, C=3 and F = 6 then this two chosen years of publication led us to F.BAC. Three years ago,my research on 1632,1623 and FBAC led me to the numbers 84 and 93 (I.C). I found a link between the number 84 and the Bible but I also had in mind that it was the simple cipher of ELIZABETH. I decided to explore the pages 84 of the First Folio and see if there was a link between these pages and F.BAC, ELIZABETH or I.C. (Notice that "Isabella,sister to Claudio" provides us with the I.C.) Notice that fourescore (80) + thirteen (13) = 93 # I.C. "in all shapes that man goes up and down in, from 80 to 13, this SPIRIT walkes in." There are two pages 84 in HISTORIES So yes, indeed, there was a bias when I studied the Page 84 of Henry IV part 2. When I read "Some Sack, Francis" my idea was not to see if I could find Francis Ford Coppola.😄 Now, as I already told you by the past , I am not an expert in Astronomy at all. At that time, I only knew and could almost only recognize The Great Dipper, Cassiopeia and the Swan. Initially, for me, the shape was just the shape of a House. But I wondered if it could be a constellation (because of another research) and this is how after a quick research, I realized that it seemed to be Cepheus, and that, if it was the case, Cassiopeia could eventually also be concealed. Having found Cassiopeia, I wondered why Francis Bacon would have concealed this two constellations. This is how I came to the "I" of "I come to draw" and I remembered the work of Peter Dawkins on SN1572. It is said that the apparition of SN1572 was an important event for Francis Bacon. (And you will probably argue that it was an important event for many persons 😊) Yes, you are right, the "w" are not placed exactly as the stars of Cassiopeia are placed in the Sky and I would add that the aspect ratio between the 2 constellations is wrong. But we are talking about, a drawing made by a placement of the words. In my view, it allows flexibility. You're also right regarding the fact that Henry IV part 2 was published as a Quarto in 1600. Be sure that when I found the 2 constellations, I took a look at the Quarto in order to see if this passage was already there or not, and if I could find the constellations, which would mean that it was not something added after the death of SHAKSPERE (1616), but something written during his life by SHAKE-SPEARE the Author. So, I do not know if "Cassiopeia" was already intended, but in 1600 we have already the HOUSE shape. Notice that in the version of the First Folio the "B" of "Bastard" and the "C" of "Continent" are Capital letters. And in "Flesh,and corrup Blood", F and B are also Capital letters providing us with the Initials of ... Francis Bacon.
  2. The first time I read about this "narrative that came at this time" is in The Shakespeare Enigma by Peter Dawkins. What a surprise, few years ago, when I discovered in the First Folio a ciphered message supporting this narrative ! I did not know what was the meaning of Drawer. For me a drawer was "someone who draw (a painting)". 😄 With the "to draw you out by the Eares", I take it like a clue. I had to draw something but what ? Then, I noticed the big point next to "Drawer". From there, I found " I am Prince Francis Bacon" in the shape of the constellation Cepheus. I told myself then that if it was really intended I should find the constellation Cassiopeia. And as by magic, by connecting,in the second part of this passage, the letters W of the words beginning with a W, I obtained the constellation Cassiopeia with its well known w-shape crossing the "Majestie of Wales"( aka Queen Elizabeth). For me, the "I" in "I come to draw" represents SN1572, the nova Stella which was considered as the child of Cassiopeia. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/SN_1572 And right between "the legs" of Cassiopeia I found the "Flesh, and corrupt Blood" ... F. Baco Now, unlike you I think that it is a fertile ground to equate Bacon with 33. https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/586/index.html%3Fzoom=1275.html Who, from the sacred Ashes of her Honour (line 33) Shall Star-like rise, as great in fame as she was (line 34) 33 = BACON 33 +34 = 67 = FRANCIS "Her Ashes new create another Heyre" In my view, it is not coincidence that we have the anagrams of "duke", "heyre" and "tudor" right in the middle of the first Sonnet. This is another fruit of my own research that supports the Prince Tudor "Theory". And talking about "Duke", I see it like an invitation to study the different "Dukes" of Shakespeare's Work. Duke Prospero Duke Vincentio Duke of Venice https://www.shakespearegeek.com/shakespeare_characters/the_merchant_of_venice_duke.html And what about the Duke of Alban...y, the duke Orsino of Illyria (actual Alban..y), the Duke of Gloucester who was buried at St Alban's Abbey ?
  3. Hi CJ, Facing the text between the two emblems, I wondered how many words were there. The answer : 33. Then, my thought was that it would be interesting if the numbers added to 33. 1 + 5 + 8 + 7 + 2 + 9 = 32 It was off by one, but I noticed that the book was finished in January , this month providing the missing 1. 2 + 9 + 1 + 1 +5 +8 + 7 = 33 This is a simple addition of each numbers. Regarding the Phoenix, I must admit (and I already mentionned it by the past) that when I see the letter "X" I wonder if the word "Phoenix" is concealed. And interestingly by applying the "mediocria" technic, the word "Phoenix" emerged. When I saw the Phoenix I have not given the slightest thought to the Constellation. I immediatly thought of the "Mayden Phoenix". Elizabeth I, the "Phoenix" portrait By Nicholas Hilliard circa 1575. For me, it makes sense in a passage talking about "The Queenes Majesties reigne". And here are some ideas that I did not share in my previous post. Talking about the Archers, I noticed that one of them pointed to "Ianuary" (Month of Birth of Bacon) and "Majesties" and the second one to "The" "Continuation" "Hari - Son" with the letter, "H" the "Queen Mother" of consonants. 🙂 Hari means Lion. Hari - son could be seen as "the son of the Lion" or could it be the son of the Lion's cub ? “Although I may not be a lioness, I am a lion’s cub, and inherit many of his qualities.” (Elizabeh Tudor) Notice that "Queenes" is the 8th word and "Hari-son" is the 24th word. if we take the hyphen in count "Hari" is the 24th word and "son" is the 25th word. Thus "Queenes son" = 8 + 25 = 33 = BACON Yes indeed , it proves nothing. It can be no more than the fruit of my fertile imagination. But this is my path, and I share it with the members of the B'Hive. 😊 https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/586/index.html%3Fzoom=1275.html
  4. Hi A Phoenix, This is probably just another coincidence, but I notice that in the list of "the authors out of whome this historie of Scotland hath been gathered" , one of them stands out: Wilhelmus Parvus, sive Neoburgensis. (33 characters) William Parvus, or Newburgh. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_of_Newburgh This is the only Author with TWO different names. By counting from the first name "Hector", sive is the 16th word and Neoburgensis the 17th word. 16 + 17 = 33 And William of Newburgh wrote a sermon about the martyrdom of St Alban. https://www.brepols.net/products/IS-9780888444813-1 https://www.academia.edu/1564034/The_Sermons_of_William_of_Newburgh It proves nothing and I know that in 1587 Francis Bacon was not viscount St Alban(s) yet, but it is interesting. 🙂
  5. The Printer's Mark says: "os homini sublime dedit" That is a reference to Ovid's Metamorphosis. https://www.saturniatellus.com/2019/01/metamorphoses-by-ovid-the-golden-age/?pdf=1895 "And while all the other animals look to the ground, he gave the men a lifted face and ordered them to look up to the sky and raise their gaze to the stars while standing upright." It could be an indication to look above the printer's Mark at ... The Archers Emblem and the text. Here are some ideas ... OMNE TRIUM PERFECTUM 1) The text begins with one F ( Francis ) and there are 33 words if we do not take the two numbers in count. 33=BACON -> F. BACON 2) The text begins with a F (Francis) and on the same line we have one date "29/01/1587" of which the numbers add to 33 -> F. BACON 3) in the middle of the text we have "F. BACON WIT" in the shape of a triangle -> "at the expenses of" F.BACON AND IT COULD BE JUST A COINCIDENCE , BUT AS IF BY CHANCE, IN THE MIDDLE WE CAN FIND ...
  6. Hi A PHOENIX, What a better "first video" to begin the year 2024 with ? ❤️❤️❤️ IT IS INCREDIBLE !!! You really are the TRUE wonder of the Baconian World ! I watched your groundbreaking video thinking " Try to deal with it, Stratfordians ! 😊" and now I will take the time to read your academic paper. Take a bow, you deserve it !❤️ Happy New Year Much Love and Happiness.
  7. I watched this video almost when she posted it 6 months ago. One thing I immediatly noticed when I watched it, is that ... ... on the right of the Grid, by using the A of "MAN" twice with the letters in telestich (OFICBNSR) we can spell : FR(A)NCIS and B(A)CON. It is fun to play with grids, but grids have (like any system) their limits. Does "three dees" is a proof that John Dee was involved ? I do not think so ! Let's play, just for fun.😊 In one of your previous post you said ... "One position that I took in the above mentioned course, that seemed to leave everyone shaking their heads in disapproval was an open disdain for the notion of 'hypothesis'- WHY I wondered would anyone begin research with a preconceived notion?" Let's analyse this passage in a Waugh/Green/Colombo Style ! "One position" is the key. There are 11 letters. Let's create a 11 by 16 grid. The grid ends with the word "research" that contains the words "search" and "arch". 11 + 16 = 27 11 * 16 = 176 176 is off by one (rule of Colel) the number 177 that is the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Notice that on the top left we have Three T's TTT that (according to Mrs Colombo) confirms that there is a code. I would add, that on telestich the letter D,R,I,G, hide the word GRID ! Now, notice the anagram of THREE in diagonal "HERE T". This is an invitation to find the Three Dees in diagonal. What a beautiful one on the top left ... I, IOHN DEE ! Between the two Dees on top we have the anagram of STAR and on the same column, the anagram of DENEB (with the B of "ABOVE") that is one of the stars of Cygnus, the Swan. The 3rd DEE in diagonal contains the forth T. There is also a forth "DEE" that is not in diagonal, right above the "ARCH", which points to the "SWAN OF AVON", KING DE VERE THE FORTH T. EO stands for Edward Oxenford. Notice that on the 10th column the letters EENSVNT (perpendicular to FORTH) allow to spell SEVEN and TEEN. This is another reference to Edward de Vere who was the Seventeenth Earl of Oxford SEVENTEEN FOR T 1740 What about "SNOW." It could be a reference to the "un-Sunn'd Snow" in Cymbeline, and the famous passage hiding ROSIE-CROSS https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/887/?zoom=1275 Yeah ... it's fun ! 🙂 Now, back to 123 and Francis Bacon before the New Year. I think that Francis Bacon was, indeed, a student of John Dee. TO THE UNFAINED LOVERS "OF TRUTHE" I think that, following the precepts of his Master, Francis Bacon found the number of his own name, "gloriously exemplified and registred in the book of the Trinity most blessed and eternal". 123 represents the letter A,B and C. 1+2+3=6 that represents the letter F. Thus, 123 (as 231,213,132,321,312) hides F.BAC. that stands for Francis Bacon. This could be why the First Folio was published in 1623 and the Second Folio in 1632. John Dee's Signature was a Triangle (For the Greek letter Delta providing the D) and a point (For the Hebrew Yod providing the I) I think that Francis Bacon's secret signature could have been a Triangle (123 - ABC) with a point inside (F). Here is something that I found in "Of Truth", the first of his Essays (Third Edition-1625) F.BAC. And here is something I played with few months ago and that I share for the first time (just another idea) ... WHAT IS TRUTH ? I remind you that by counting from "Of Truth", Free is the 33rd word. FREE = BACON = 33 Interestingly, 231 is the Reverse cipher of MEDIOCRIA FIRMA (Francis Bacon's motto) 231 is the value of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (by using the K1 cipher) I wish you all a beautiful end-of-year party ! Much Love ❤️ Yann
  8. Hi Dirkstaff, For what it is worth, there is only one page 252 in the First Folio that is the 270th page. 0 being nulle it links the number 252 to 27 (3^3) (Perfect square stone ashlar of side 27 unites in length - thanks to CJ) And here is an interesting passage on page 252 : https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/270/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html About Plutus : https://allnovel.net/asimov-s-guide-to-shakespeare/page-22.html Here is a coincidence that I like ! 😊
  9. One could add that FREE = BACON = 33 🙂 However, the inverted C is a quick photomontage that I made just for fun, as a reference to the inverted Z in the "6 cents" Stamp and to Rob who is now a member of the "Inverted Z" club 😉.
  10. What about the one with the inverted C ? 😄 (Photomontage) By the way, "CAP'N CRUNCH stays crunchy ... even in milk" + the C on the hat = 33 letters 🙂
  11. Hi Rob, I did not know what "whet-stone" was before your post. The fact is that this morning I followed a thought, taking a closer look at a book mentionned by A Phoenix in another topic, and guess what I found on page 74 ? 😊 "Queen Anna's new World of words, or dictionarie of the Italian and English tongues" by John Florio (1611) https://archive.org/details/b30334925/page/74/mode/2up I also like the 33rd page of the book that echoes the discussion in the 123/123 topic 😉 https://archive.org/details/b30334925/page/18/mode/2up On page 8 that is the 22nd page of the book ... And here is the interesting coincidence that I found yesterday ... https://archive.org/details/b30334925/page/390/mode/2up?q=Bacon As luck would have it ! 🙂
  12. Hi Rob, The answer is to be found in Ars Poetica verse 333 😉 https://www.artandpopularculture.com/Aut_prodesse_volunt,_aut_delectare_Poëtae https://archive.org/details/workesofbenjamin00jons/page/n571/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater (at the bottom of the page)
  13. Thank you Eric, I hope this New Year will give you the opportunity and the joy to unearth more rare paintings and , who knows, to enhance your incredible collection.
  14. Hi Dirkstaff, I wish you a warm welcome to the forum. In the next few days, I will take the time to read all the content of this interesting topic. Regarding number 123 ... https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/141/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html So to the Lawes at large I write my name : 123 At Christmas I no more desire a Rose, Then wish a Snow in Mayes new fangles showes. Merry Christmas 😊
  15. I would say that I am in a middle age 😊. One month ago, I passed the two Pillars of my 47th year. Does it mean that ATHENA (47 simple cipher) will be by my side this year ? I hope so ! 😉
  16. Hi SirGalahad92, Here is a very interesting article that is a starting place to answer your question. https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/scl/article/view/7918/8975
  17. Hi A Phoenix, Thank you for reminding us the work of Joachim Gerstenberg that you mentioned in your gigantic academic paper "FIRST FOLIO BOOK". Here is a book review of Strange Signatures Shakespeare And The Bay-cony Head-piece in the Baconiana of November 1970. https://francisbaconsociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/1970_Baconiana_No.170.pdf The book review begins on page 74. 😊
  18. "Jacobus unitor Britanniae, plantator Hiberniae, conditor imperii Atlantici." If it was up to me, I would write : "Jacobus plantator Hiberniae, unitor Britanniae, conditor imperii Atlantici", revealing the true "conditor imperii Atlanticii" of Britannia ... Baconi. 😊
  19. Hi Eric, Here is a Portrait of Elizabeth, countess of Kellie by Paul van Somer (circa 1619). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Paul_van_Somer_-_Elizabeth,_Countess_of_Kellie_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg https://collections.britishart.yale.edu/catalog/tms:5038 Notice the same kind of green Parrot and the same green chair as in the Portrait of the Countess of Suffolk. I wonder what is this Book on the chair.
  20. Thank you for sharing A Phoenix. What a monumental Work ! I am jealous of your library 😊
  21. Thank you Eric for the sublime perspective of these two Portraits.
  22. Hi everyone, Here is an idea that I have already shared by the past in one of my first videos. https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/159/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html In Love's Labour's Lost ... Novum Toole = Novum Organum F. BAC(O)N The ship is under saile Source : EC.B1328.620ib, Houghton Library, Harvard University This evening, my research for my next video brought me back to this page, and thanks to Christie and her thoughts in another topic on "Instauratio Magna", a new idea came to my mind regarding the missing "O" of BACON. Initialy, for me, the missing "o" was the "o" of Novum giving us F BACoN. But what if the O was in fact "ovum" meaning "egg" in Latin ? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egg_of_Columbus
  23. https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/le-centre-de-l-amour-ca-1687/ On the back of the Emblem with the Swan : Qu 'Appollon & Ceres, que Bacchus & que Flore F. BAC. Bacchus (Bacco) , the god of Wine (The Universal Author) 16 + 17 = 33 = BACON Just a coincidence ?
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