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  1. When I play with AI art trying to tie to Bacon's time, "16th century woodcut" designs are one theme I use. πŸ˜‰
  2. Here is Julie's B'Hive HURRAY Award! Our first B'Hive member who is related to Francis Bacon! HURRAY!!
  3. It starts to get pretty wild if you go back a couple hundred years. I know my tree on Ancestry has hundreds or maybe thousands of little icons! It doubles every generation just counting parents! 2, 4, 8 , 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1,024, 2,048, 4,096, 8,192... ChatGPT: If you make a family tree only counting parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, etc., for 300 years, you would expect to include approximately 8,190 ancestors. This accounts for the doubling of ancestors with each ascending generation, covering 12 generations based on the average generation span of 25 years.
  4. OK, the first one of us to discover we are a distant relative to the Dudley family gets a B'Hive HURRAY Award! πŸ™‚
  5. Thanks, but I am putting something together for SirBacon.org that was someone's else's very hard work. But its a secret for now. πŸ˜‰
  6. Funny thing I went to bed last night thinking about Don Quixote and all through the night that was on my mind and in my dreams. Why? Because I woke up working on something for later this week to be published on SirBacon.org about Don Quixote. πŸ˜‰
  7. Do you see "F B" four times on page 33? πŸ˜‰ https://archive.org/details/decameroncontain00bocc/page/33/mode/1up
  8. I'm so glad you are here, Yann! πŸ™‚ The letters went right past by me barely noticed, but soon you brought them up I believe you do have a point. They do look like a potential biliteral cipher, almost in our face. How did I miss it!? But the thought of a biliteral cipher with the 100 window panes did cross my mind. So with 31 letters, isn't the middle one the R? If I get time, which doesn't look good for tonight, I'll poke around... πŸ˜‰
  9. https://jayhancock.substack.com/p/lost-letters-show-erasure-of-dna Francis Bacon, the 17th-century founder of modern, experimental science, argued that truth emerges best from discoveries that are β€œproperly and regularly abstracted from particulars” of reality rather than through untethered reason. Without Franklin’s experimental particulars, derived at great cost, from real DNA molecules of real calf thymus glands, nobody would have heard of Watson and Crick.
  10. Interesting! But it is funny that the twisting double helix is a vision that is seen by some. πŸ™‚
  11. VVILL is 103 Kaye cipher using the 26 Letter codes which I believe there are some definite examples in Shakespeare's works, especially the Sonnets. And we know 103 is the Simple cipher for SHAKESPEARE in the traditional 24 Letter codes. Interesting inDeed! πŸ™‚
  12. Oh that double helix twisting and turning is quite a sight to see on one's closed eyelids. πŸ˜‰
  13. Thanks for clarifying the I FRANCIS number. πŸ™‚ When I first read the 43 mention I poked around as 43 seemed familiar to be but couldn't find what I was looking for. Then you mentioned that BOTH BOTH was 86 in another thread, thus 2 x 43. So then I looked at the other codes in my cipher tool for I FRANCIS. .................. This is the Richard Wagner some of us know: http://richardallanwagner.com/ He is a Freemason and Baconian. I've known him many years and spent countless hours on the phone with him in the past. He's been pretty quiet for a few years now. I built and host all of his websites. He is opinionated for sure, and was invited to join the B'Hive and he complained to me about people who write about Freemason's who are not Freemasons as that is a pet peeve of his. There was never any pressure for him to join. πŸ˜‰ But he has a lot of great knowledge and some of his work has been posted here and elsewhere on SirBacon.org. .................. Here is a possible demonstration of Dee using both the Simple and Kaye cipher with a Monas Hieroglyphica signature: JOHN DEE is 58 Simple cipher and 188 Kaye cipher. MONAS is 58 Simple cipher. MONAS HIEROGLYPHICA is 188 Simple cipher.
  14. Go to your Profile and click on Account Settings: Then go to Signature: You can add small images, text, and links in your Signature. But videos and LARGE images would be inappropriate in a Signature as it would create a lot of extra scrolling on mobile devices. Let me know if you have any trouble.
  15. Seems like you all were using the latest most powerful MACs out there in the SF Bay Area in the late '90s! LOL
  16. Beautiful with 100 square window panes to let the Light shine through!
  17. Are you referring to 43 Short cipher using the 26 letter codes? Or is there a different method you are using? I think that is the same as the Pythagorean cipher Richard Wagner uses. https://www.light-of-truth.com/ciphers.html
  18. This is a question I still wrestle with after 25 years. The are several places in the Sonnets where W is two V's and at times they are not touching. The two V's were how the printers printed a W, so I tend to go with a single count for VV. For practical purposes two V's combined were the one letter W. That said, I have come across places where if I count them as two distinct letters, for example a line starting with V instead of W the results can be quite interesting and fit like a cheveril glove. I'm sorry I can't pull a good reference out of my head right now as it is a bit cluttered up there. For me, when considering gematria hints and signatures, I stick with the single W for any VV that comes up. But that is not carved in stone and especially if there is noticeable space between the two V's I might spend a moment to see what those numbers might refer to. If you look at Elizabethan works there at times other letters that print together as one combined, but I count them individually. One combination we see is "st" which to us looks like "fs" as one letter.
  19. This tickles my brain Deeply. I have long entertained in my mind that Dee coined the name Shakespeare purposely using SHA to begin with those letter to form 1881 which to me seem to have Eternal properties. S=18, H=8, A=1 to form the 1881. The name start left to right with 188 which is the Kaye cipher for ETERNITY and you just opened my eyes up the fact that reading right to left the 6th and 2nd letters are SH or 188 with 6=F and 2-B. Very nice inDeed! Shakespeare 188--> <--1881--> <--188 FB
  20. Good point made, but I do like "I AM TUDOR" as a possible anagram of ODARITUM. πŸ˜‰ By the way, ODARITUM is 33 Short cipher and 174 Kaye cipher. 33 is Simple cipher for BACON. 174 is Simple cipher for FRANCIS BACON TUDOR.
  21. I believe this is the portrait A. Phoenix has in their slide from Alfred Dodd's book: That is a fascinating thread to read as well. Here is a good resolution image from wikimedia: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Johann_Valentin_Andreae_mit_Wappen.jpg
  22. I remember that review like it was yesterday! πŸ™‚ And thank you, Lawrence for taking me with you to go visit DW Cooper who was one of your SirBacon.org artists and co-author of one of the most popular pages ever on SirBacon.org, "A Bond for All the Ages : Sir Francis Bacon and John Dee : the Original 007". I'll always remember meeting him that wonderful California day and the very cool place he lived. https://sirbacon.org/tributedwc.htm A few other names come to mind who have been part of SirBacon.org who are now in Eternity with Bacon. Maybe we need to start to build a page of names and memories before some of us need to be included who still remember.
  23. You can download Mather's 890 page book here: https://sirbacon.org/archives/PLUS ULTRA - w4 w ToC.pdf
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