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  1. You can download Mather's 890 page book here: https://sirbacon.org/archives/PLUS ULTRA - w4 w ToC.pdf
  2. R.I.P. Mather. You have been a great teacher for me and it was a joy to work with you on your book. For anyone who wants to look at his work, please visit: https://sirbacon.org/Matherpage.htm https://sirbacon.org/mwbook.html
  3. I have a childhood memory of a whirligig, or whirligigs, somewhere. Was it the Smithsonian in Washington DC during middle-school field-trips that always left an impression? I am not sure.
  4. I could not even attempt to express the synchronicity of the timing for me to enjoy this video as I head to sleep today. You have no idea, nobody does. Perfect. 🙂
  5. I am sure we have discussed this page here before. It is a DOOZY! A. Phoenix quotes these lines on page 6 of this PDF: The Hidden Baconian Acrostics and Anagrams in the Shakespeare First Folio
  6. Hmm, Tobie knew Bacon and has said a few things about him. Below is from the article linked above. I have not checked sources, but have no reason to question it's content. Tobie Matthew writes about his friend Francis Bacon : in a Dedicatory Letter prefacing an Italian translation of Bacon's Essays and Wisdom of Ancients (1617) "And truly I have known a great number whom I much value, many whom I admire, but none who hath so astonished me and, as it were, ravished my senses, to see so many and so great parts which in other men were wont to be incompatible, united, and in that eminent degree in one sole person. I know not whether this truth will find easy belief.....The matter I report is so well understood in England, that every man knows and acknowledges as much, nay hath been an eye and ear witness whereof; nor if I should expatiate upon this subject, should I be held a flatterer, but rather a suffragan to truth...... This is a very powerful statement! 🙂 The matter I report is so well understood in England, that every man knows and acknowledges as much, nay hath been an eye and ear witness whereof; nor if I should expatiate upon this subject, should I be held a flatterer, but rather a suffragan to truth......
  7. It's the three O's that have my attention. Do I poke around, or go to bed? An early morning tomorrow. This popped up twice today by chance and not sure why.
  8. Mather Walker? Maybe. 😉 It's in a popula YouTube video too, but not sure who came up with it first. Here is a classic SirBacon.org article, "tobiematthew". Funny when I first started doing cipher counts in my head, CESARIO was one of the very first Shakespeare names I added up. Now I want to try to remember what else I was finding when I did that. LOL
  9. Glad you posted your video! 🙂 Doing things yourself can be very rewarding and save you costs. I am an alumni from the School of Hard Knocks myself. LOL Eventually I went to college and will be paying that high interest bill long after I am passed on. 😉 You are very good and I am sure you will master whatever platforms you take on. That was not your voice on your video that I am familiar with, and if it was AI it is pretty good. It sounds kind of like David Attenborough! 🙂
  10. Sorry, I probably couldn't help on dating the Sonnets. My entire focus has been in the 1609 edition.
  11. Don't ask me, I have no clue. Just sharing what I stumbled on... LOL 🙂 https://wowpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Francis_Serbacon https://wowpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Bill_Spearshaker
  12. Yea, really, the "R" looks more like a "P". The leg of the letter does not even really get close to the line where its foot should be. Even with a suggestion of a serif, the leg falls short of being a leg of an "R". In fact, it may be the head of the knot with the tail connecting to the "S"?
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