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  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. You can download Mather's 890 page book here: https://sirbacon.org/archives/PLUS ULTRA - w4 w ToC.pdf
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. 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. πŸ™‚
  8. 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
  9. 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! πŸ™‚ 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......
  10. 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.
  11. Mather Walker? Maybe. πŸ˜‰ 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
  12. Glad you posted your video! πŸ™‚ 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. πŸ˜‰ 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! πŸ™‚
  13. Sorry, I probably couldn't help on dating the Sonnets. My entire focus has been in the 1609 edition.
  14. Don't ask me, I have no clue. Just sharing what I stumbled on... LOL πŸ™‚ https://wowpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Francis_Serbacon https://wowpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Bill_Spearshaker
  15. 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"?
  16. It looks like "All's Well That Ends Well" is the 12th play in the First Folio. What follows is "Twelfth Night." These are weird things that make my brain sizzle. LOL
  17. If it was it was in one of your videos as no text search is producing anything. "243 = 100 (FRANCIS BACON) + 143 (QUEEN ELIZABETH) " sure seems very familiar to me... Yann, please never ever delete your transcripts, slides, or whatever you have in notes!! PLEASE! πŸ™‚
  18. You are talking about Evolution? πŸ˜‰ Not only physical life in the Universe, but also the evolving Universal mind (Universal consciousness) as well? We all share that mind, you know. Even our pets, and the trees in forests. The strongest survive in Nature, but intelligence offered an opportunity for man to be smarter than the predators who like eat us, and we have survived in spite of our physical weaknesses. Same thing in human culture, in a way. The strongest survive when they control, but that does not mean they succeed every time. Intelligence can have an advantage over power. Maybe that is why intelligence and knowledge is the enemy to power and control. πŸ˜‰ Funny I can see a battle even today of Brute vs Brains. Hard to say how it will turn out this time. So Bacon was a part of the key moment in humanity's latest shift towards intelligence over control. I love that about Francis Bacon. πŸ™‚
  19. I hope Ben Jonson's role and character have a real prominence in SpearShaker. I think of him often, Bacon's buddy. To look at images of Ben Jonson he appears to be a jolly beer drinker who enjoys good food as well. A genius, worthy to be Bacon's confidant. But I 100% trust whatever A. Phoenix and Jono are producing, without question. I can still hope to enjoy the Ben Jonson character in my dreams! LOL We know from contemporary references, I believe, that Ben could and did drink Willy Shakspur under the table and actually into his grave (that nobody cared about in 1616). I thought about Bacon and Jonson last night when watching a wonderfully nice music documentary last night about Muscle Shoals on TV. Mick and Keith from the Rolling Stones were featured having recorded a few songs down there when they were so very young. There was a moment when the old guy who was the producer of the recording studio in Muscle Shoals when the Stones were there (still the 1960?) said, "One thing I have to remember about the Rolling Stones recording here was that they did not drink or do drugs." When they mentioned that to Mick and Keith who were not in the same room or even interview, they both made spontaneous surprised faces and laughed. I can't remember who said what, but they both were clear that they were drinking and doing "drugs". Mick said, "...at least smoking whatever..." LOL But they actually had video from those few sessions and the documentary purposely shared a few closeups of Mick's eyes while they were working in Muscle Shoals and his pupils were definitely 110% dilated on some kind of amazing 1960's LSD! Some say the Rolling Stones are the greatest Rock Band ever. Some the Beatles. I can be on either idea, but I am a Dead Head and will in my personal bubble always consider the Grateful Dead as the greatest rock band ever. So Rolling Stones, Beatles, Grateful Dead, and Francis Bacon with his band of characters and some kind of alchemical pharmacy of the best substances of whatever they had, have created some of the best literature and music known to humanity. What did all of us have in common? LOL I would love to have time to study and discover what Bacon and his close friends said to Jonson in private when relaxing with whatever they relaxed with. Oh my imagination is running wild. "Hey, Captain Benny Trips, please pass me another potion please."
  20. Is this a page you have shared with us before? If so, we need to do a review often! πŸ˜‰
  21. Perfect! πŸ™‚ Did you notice the β€œWhat’s his name?” then across the page β€œLord Bacon” that I missed on my giant PC but saw on my tiny phone just now eating lunch and having a beer? Lol
  22. I'm supposed to be working today. Oooops. See this, and Yann I need your help finding TUDOR. πŸ˜‰ Another thing that makes me curious is this: Now I might have to go back and read all the stuff that has been said on the B'Hive regarding Bacon's poem about the Life of Man being a Bubble. πŸ˜‰
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