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  1. Some of us had a mention of the number 137 in our emails today. Yann, what do you get from page 137 and Emblem 14? https://archive.org/details/corneliigiselber00plem/page/136/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater Google translation gives me this for the first sentence: Thus it is customary for elders to give their own masks: And those who see others have by which they are seen EDIT: A snippet In the FBS email this morning for members: "Known as β€˜The Fine Structure Constant,’ 137 occupies a mysterious position in the knowledge of mathematics." EDIT 2: https://science.howstuffworks.com/dictionary/physics-terms/why-is-137-most-magical-number.htm
  2. A phrase I have heard many times, "This ain't my first rodeo." I can take it, and I can dish it out, because I am very comfortable on who I am. I have learned to become the best of what I can be in my own mind. I've been very grouchy lately, yet I do not Hate even when I am cantankerous screaming at the clouds. πŸ˜‰ Peace and Love all the way.
  3. Florida is totally crazy right now. What is happening these past couple years can not last long as we are still the land of the late Jimmy Buffet, Key West, Disney World, and a barefoot paradise of pleasure. My wife and I are very fortunate to live in an "Island of Sanity" which to the rest of Florida might seem like an insane place to be. LOL But I get what you say CJ, Bacon's entire New Atlantis experiment could be coming to a quick, violent, and tragic end. It is more possible than I want to think about. Today, the first day of Fall, even though still too warm for my comfort the sky is crystal clear blue with puffy white clouds like a July summer day in the High Country of Colorado. It is a beautiful day and I am totally exhausted and beat down after one of the most horrible summers I have ever lived on many fronts. Everyone is still welcome in Florida, but it is important to know which cities, towns, neighborhoods, and Islands of Sanity are filled with the people you relate to. Tampa Bay is known for being inclusive.
  4. Eric, the highlight of my day which has had a few long over due nice moments is enjoying you speaking up. πŸ™‚ Hoping the coming equinox brings good vibes to us all. In a way I feel it, even if only a breezy day and cooler temperatures here on the Gulf Coast of Florida. πŸ™‚
  5. I already know that nobody would notice these Bacon signature lines are on Christmas Day. https://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Day359
  6. That sounds "High" even to me. πŸ˜‰ I did an Excel condition where a cell with "con" would be pink. I was using the original 1609 spelling to stay true to Bacon's time. There were 70 lines of 2,155 of the Sonnets that were pink (3.2482598607889%). Synchronicity which is probably meaningless inside the bubble as I saw a 33 on the line after I sorted by pink. What is that "33"? It is the 33rd line from the end of the Sonnets, CJ. Line 10 of Sonnet 152, "Othes of thy loue,thy truth,thy constancie," https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/UC_Q1_Son/64/?work=son&zoom=500 What ARE the odds. CJ? The final Bacon visual hint of the Sonnets with your "con" on Line 33 from the end of the 2,155 lines of Sonnets? I never saw this before? Thank you for the Deescovery! πŸ™‚ TIP: Read those words by Bacon just for us. EDIT: This screen capture might be helpful for interested viewers:
  7. LOL! You are definitely "them" in many of my slices. Yet you are "us" in other slices maybe many more. For me, which makes a lot of my friends "them" along with you is the core of who I am which is very strongly influenced by psychedelics when I was very young. If the bubble pops, it makes you different. We are us, who have had our bubbles popped, whoever we are. You are still in the bubble. That might sound silly? I am confident Bacon had his bubble popped many times maybe even as a youth. Life is not us and them, at all. It is WE. Everything is connected and is One consciousness and we are all in it. Black and blue And who knows which is which And who is who Up and down And in the end It's only round and round, and round Love Pink Floyd! "Haven't you heard it's a battle of words?" CJ, you are one of us in my mind, but you are one of them. LOL
  8. I have explained I call this design a "Pyramid" because that is how I drew it on September Eleven, Two Thousand One. I have since that instant in my miond called the design a Pyramid. But yes, indeed, it is a Table. I will suggest that it may have been one of the secret "Magic Tables" of for maybe centuries before the Sonnets. No proof or even any evidence that I have. I don't remember doing 12 Tiers. I've played with 7, 11, 13, 14, 22, 26, 28, and 52 (52 "Weeks" of 7 "Days"). Today, I'd much rather become aware I stumbled on a number pattern "Table" commonly known to mathematicians than to be alone panicking that what I discovered would die with me. 364, and 365 is O.
  9. Yea, I know. Been a few of you through SirBacon.org. No argument here. I feel like you all are missing some really good stuff, but I get it. It's always been the key question, at least out side of Bacon's contemporaries who seemed to know who Bacon was. The foundation of the Authorship debate is that the William Shakespeare has always been vague. Was it the guy who had an illiterate family who never wrote a letter or received a letter from anyone in his handwriting? Was Shakespeare only Bacon, De Vere, Marlow, or even Elizabeth? Or someone else or all of them as a team? E = mc2 is already considered right in some circumstances, right? I'll say nobody knows a whole truth. πŸ˜‰ My curiosity is Time and Space, is that even real? We have our limited means of trying to explain them, yet events happen that defy the tiny scope we have in our pea sized brains. <-- 1881 --> All of that! You are at your best in this post. Bacon-Curious visitors from several perspectives would enjoy this dialog. I may come back in a while after some chores...
  10. Thank you so much! The anagrams and acrostics that were left for us intentionally have stories behind them. Of course leaving a name is part of the game they play with us 400 years into their future. But with number ciphers and reading plain text out of context with some hints in the back of our minds we can discover more about who Bacon was. Others as well. We are still in Sonnet 111 which over the years is always a big thing. I just read 111 going into 112 and Bacon's tragic life is hitting me again. OMG, and he tells it from his heart and soul for anyone who takes the time to understand the Sonnets. He was cheated out of who he was, and so many people knew it. I'd suggest almost anybody who was anybody knew exactly who Francis Bacon really was. Yet, if anyone spoke it out loud their heads would roll off the block. What does this line say to you? "For what care I who calles me well or ill," To me, "well or ill" means "Will". Bacon was "Will"; William Tudor AND William Shakespeare. But these lines may be directed at Dee ("Pittie me then deare friend"). What I get out of the Sonnets was that perhaps Dee was the Director of Bacon's life. Dee could tell Bacon (and Elizabeth) how Bacon's life would go, whether Bacon was well or ill. Just like in Sonnet 14 (DEE is 14 Simple cipher) where Bacon speaks pretty overtly of Dee. https://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet014 NOt from the stars do I my iudgement plucke, And yet me thinkes I haue Astronomy, But not to tell of good,or euil lucke, Of plagues,of dearths,or seasons quallity, Nor can I fortune to breefe mynuits tell; Pointing to each his thunder,raine and winde, Or say with Princes if it shal go wel Later in Sonnet 136 Bacon to his Mother who was kind of under Dee's spell: Make but my name thy loue,and loue that still, And then thou louest me for my name is Will. Nothing against Dee, in some ways he has been the one to teach me these things. But Bacon's life was what it was, and he was not in control of it.
  11. I can hear the late Terrence McKenna's kind of electric cicada sounding voice when I read that. It is a true statement by a true visionary. πŸ™‚
  12. The pitch is enticing on the link. Jacke talks to Shakespeare scholar James Shapiro about his latest book, Shakespeare in a Divided America: What His Plays Tell Us About Our Past and Future, which looks at eight contentious periods in American history to see how Shakespeare plays and performances illuminated the concerns of each era. The first review is by an Oxie who's name is familiar. πŸ˜‰ Richard M. Waugaman, M.D. a day ago Where to begin? Well, how about with a compliment? Excellent interview; I learned a lot. I hasten to add, however, that James Shapiro is a disgrace to the community of scholars. He is absolutely closed-minded on a subject he knows little about--who was the real Shakespeare? He is disgustingly insulting to people who know far more about that topic than he does...
  13. In a weird way I think you help me support my theories as it motivates me to speak my mind to an audience that might even be only myself at times. If someone reads the B'Hive forums it is because they are likely curious or already involved in the Baconian community. You present yourself as a "not very fun" kind of guy. I don't think of you as an enemy, and I try to not have enemies at all. You and I share personal and even intimate personal communications about what we are going through with our family and life in private, so I feel like I am getting to know you a little. I enjoy our friendship even though you are the public B'Hive antagonist on many days. We do have lurkers who are Strats and Oxies, and Marlovians, and etc. They may enjoy you picking at us, but they fear you more than we do. I've suggested to others that you may be more Baconian than we know and you are merely attempting to help us get ready for the attacks by the total clueless masses who have nothing but ignorance to base their arguments. We can practice with someone who is not an idiot. LOL I have said that, not lying. Yet, maybe you are just a grouchy old fart sitting at his computer with his spoiled but certainly beautiful cat in his lap frustrated that we have so much momentum on this movement you despise. πŸ˜‰ I am a fan of Peter Dawkins for sure. Amundsen I have not heard from for 20 years or so, and I may be a fan, but have questioned some of his theories. You are well aware A Phoenix is today's most prolific researcher and presenter of Baconian evidence and I am doing what I can to help support them. Most of us who are involved are very excited about their work and total dedication. I appreciate what they have time to do and they are blowing the walls off anything ever done before for the Baconian argument. We all know you want to critique their work and you make some good points. Again, for me it opens the dialog for Deeper understanding. Lately your main focus has been that the Authorship debate is not important. That is a very weak position because it is so important to so many of us on all fronts. Your strong stance about "proof" is valid, I get it. We have evidence piled up like the mighty Rocky Mountain range, yet still missing the one single proof that will change the world. A Phoenix will likely find it. If not, me, Yann, Kate, or another Baconian will. We are close, and maybe you know it. Christie who has always been one of our "counter-balance" members shared how there is a point where even without a smoking gun enough evidence can indeed prove a case. We are not trying to disprove Willy was Shakespeare because the only proof is a name on the plays that doesn't even make a perfect fit with Will Shakspur. There has never ever been any proof Willy of Avon wrote anything at all. Scholars acknowledge that authors used pen names back then, and they used ciphers as signatures. That is not being debated as far as I know. That has been proven. Ben Jonson is one who offers proof of anagrams. We are definitely seeking to prove Bacon was Shakespeare, with an end in mind. We are on that path with pleasure enjoying every moment we make yet another discovery. Thank you for another opportunity for me to share a rant, CJ. πŸ™‚
  14. You've made it clear that you don't see any importance in what we are so passionate about. I suppose any passion that gives people motivation to research and seek answers may not be important in the black and white world you might be living in. Yet do you seem to have some passion regarding Bacon and a place in Nova Scotia that some geometry and astronomy hint at. I admit I am following a path of discovery in my own way. The theory I have seen unfold has always been changing as I learn, yet the core ideas hold together. Am I pursuing Truth with an end in mind? Yes, I am. Is that the best way to find out the Truth? Maybe not. Do I give a hoot about whether I am being perfect or not? Absolutely not. Why? Because I enjoy what I do and I enjoy reading what others are doing on the same path. Weather is another passion, and like many of amateur weather predictors, we take stabs at using what we know to figure tomorrow's weather. Sometimes I like to cook something to eat. I rarely use a recipe and just wing it based on my hunches and experience. My wife uses recipes and stresses out if one thing has to be changed or is missing. Everybody finds their bliss in different ways. CJ, you enjoy trying to quiet other people's passions doing what you see as not important. If that is your passion, follow it to your bliss. Stratfordians have been defending the Willy of Avon position passionately knowing they have to create or make up their evidence. Oxies are passionate about their Looney concept and borrow a lot of ideas from Baconians. We Baconians have the most evidence and we are passionate about our work. I think one thing that all of us who find Shakespeare Authorship important is we have a passion for our candidates. I am aware most of the world does not care who wrote Shakespeare. We few who do, really care a lot. Jerry Garcia about the Grateful Dead:
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