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Hi,

While I have no doubt that there are ciphers everywhere in Bacon and his friends’ writings, it seems likely to me that Sacred Geometry is present everywhere too. You saw my overlay of the Divine Proportion grid, elsewhere on this forum.

I say this as John Dee wrote the foreword to the first translation of Euclid’s famous treatise on Geometry (which includes the propositions).

Also, Freemasonic symbolism is based around the circle and square (see my ebook The-Secret-Work.com) and, of course, the triangle and 47th proposition.

I know a really wonderful guy called Scott Onstott (who has the website SacredGeometryAcademy.com) and I just heard him mention a shape called  ‘the starcut’. He wasn’t mentioning it in relation to Bacon or Shakespeare authorship, but it caused a lightbulb to go off for me.

Please visit the free “Look Inside” provided for the fabulous book by Malcolm Stewart  - Sacred Geometry of the Starcut Diagram  At this link you can access 8 free pages of diagrams that may (unwittingly)provide the key to unlocking the mystery.  

I guess it’s just a question of applying the same shapes and seeing what, if anything, fits. The Vitruvian Man square image(s) and the starcut with all the dots may be significant for the dedication, as it uses the word forth, which suggests to me to divide the dedication into the 4-sided square -  and would explain all the dots.

See what you think.

Kate

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Sacred Geometry is something I could sink my teeth into. I know "geometry", and to be honest not sure exactly what "Sacred Geometry" has in its scope. As a kid I remember hearing of Da Vinci and his man diagram which I suppose is Sacred Geometry, but not even sure.

I need to read your book, bought it, have it downloaded. You by now see my attention span is short, digging into Google on multiple B' Hive threads a day when not searching into Google troubleshooting coding issues or work related stuff. LOL

My Sonnets "spots" layout is based on geometry and works. There is no doubt in my mind that engravers and artists in the 17th century beyond used geometry, and likely Sacred Geometry in everything they produce. Of course they did! You need a perfect layout even before the first line or circle is drawn.

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Lately looking at William Marshall's works, everything has geometry. Even his portraits based on previous painters. That suggests the painters used geometry.

It is probable every Bacon front-piece and graphic is based on some Scared Geometry first. Even paintings done of him. Sometimes even the way words and letters are arranged in the plays and sonnets to get a message across.

Dee? oh yes. His  Monas Hieroglyphica? A masterpiece!

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And his Sigilo Dei Aemeth, an incredible design I have spent countless hours studying:

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If we look for Sacred Geometry, we'll likely see it. Proving what they knew and applied in their designs. Not only Bacon, but everything most likely.

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The Vitruvian Man, first quick look. A pretty good fit with the Sonnets stops.

Remember, for me the stops in the Sonnets dedication should be centered using geometry. The haphazard way the appear in print is not the way we should see them. But that's just me.

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I know what you mean about time, Rob. So many different things constantly grabbing our attention. I’ve just seen that I started watching the great ‘Cocktails with a Curator’ video that Yann posted and I must have got distracted as it’s sitting there on a tab half-played and it had completely skipped my mind.

Sacred Geometry is just geometry but tends to refer to the fact that “God” seems to have built the universe to these proportions which show up everywhere, hence the word “sacred”.

Did you click on the free pages of  Malcom’s book?

Malcolm Stewart - Sacred Geometry of the Starcut Diagram

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I did look at those! 🙂

I started to do geometrical work based on your graphic:

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And I ran into issues! The facsimile copy I have and also the printed facsimile book I have is the William Aspley version. No Christ Church, in fact that entire line is missing.

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I see Alan Green also uses that one for his "amazing" geometrical work that points to the Egyptian Pyramids and he claims predicts the speed of light. (LOL).

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The one you are using, also from 1609 is the John Wright version:

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The Aspley version there is no "C" anywhere on the page which makes it hard to come up with a "Bacon". The John Wright has Two "C"s, which right off the bat is a 3 and a 3, or 33. Plus we can find Bacon in the letters.

For Alan Green it must drive hims nuts as the period after 1609 is on another full line down and throws his triangles all out of whack! So much for the speed of light!

As far as finding Bacon, we can be creative and I see more than one solution.

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My 1625 Essays by Bacon were printed by John Wright.

Now I wonder, which version was first? I assume the Aspley, and John Wright added the needed "C", and did it twice.

Thanks, Kate for opening my eyes to what I probably had seen before but forgot or never thought about.

"Sacred Geometry is just geometry but tends to refer to the fact that 'God'  seems to have built the universe to these proportions which show up everywhere, hence the word 'sacred'."

BINGO, and even working in geometry seems to make a connection to the Divine. 😉

 

 

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Morning!

Using the one with the CC at the bottom then with or without the obelisk shape added to the starcut design it flows through Bacon - but I’m well aware I could just be making it fit!

Follow the red circles for Bacons (as in Bacon’s Sonnets) or just the red and blue at the bottom for Bacon.

Kate

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Tenuous, but using the diagram now known as the Starcut,  proposed by Boethius (477-524 AD)but originally apparently from  Pythagorus, it cuts through the FB at the bottom. I need to try it with the second cover which has the longer printer’s details.

#SacredGeometry Shakespeare 

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Re the above post, if anyone is interested in Sacred Geometry I cannot recommend this book highly enough.  Harmonic Geometry is from Wooden Books, available on Amazon. I got it for under £6.

I’d also direct you to the recent talks on Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick’s site, particularly the presentations by Scott, John Martineau and Michael Schneider. There is nothing Bacon related in these, but it opens one’s eyes to the bigger picture that Bacon and his friends were trying to convey.
https://sacredgeometryacademy.com/course/sacred-geometry-summer-solstice-summit-22?utm_source=Sacred+Geometry+Academy&utm_campaign=d9e8a88f5b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2022_06_20_04_09_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_341082976d-d9e8a88f5b-574650914

Scroll to bottom to listen or watch - it’s all free- but I recommend watching as the presentations show some great diagrams.
 

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Hi Kate, regarding the sacred geometry hidden in the title page of Shakespeare's Sonnets, Alexander Waugh shared a new video on youtube few days ago.

(Notice the synchronicity with Ryan's Topic on Lucifer and freemasonry ,and the finding on line 666 , page 33 of "Pale fire" by Nabokov 😉 )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K8GX858bK0&t=864s

Alexander Waugh made an incredible discovery, even if I do not agree with his conclusion.

Indeed, his discovery reveals not one but TWO five-pointed Stars 😊.

https://sirbacon.org/baconscoatofarms.htm

 

 

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I just watched. Do you think he’s lurking on this forum? 😂

Sorry but (and I’m not saying this from some rivalry stance with Oxfordians, just common sense) yet again, it doesn’t stack up. He ends by saying ‘I would just ask anyone who is still thinking of being vaguely Stratfordianist to explain what they think is the relevance of a 5-pointed mullet to William Shakspur of Stratford’

We could draw lines and circles starting from any point on the Sonnets and come up with a multitude of geometric shapes, then go and find those shapes, triangles, squares, pentagrams on someone’s coat of arms and ask the same question. It’s only got relevance if it’s actually printed on the page 🤷🏻‍♀️ Plus the 5 pointed star is one of the oldest esoteric symbols out there, it’s also a major symbol of fellowship - the 5 points of fellowship - and one of the 3 Blazing Stars so although Freemasonry wasn’t formally organised at that time into the speculative freemasonry we know today, because of its link to Venus, (and the sonnets are about love as is Venus)  it’s not necessarily (if at all) pointing to de Vere. It’s pointing to the influence of the ‘Brotherhoods’ hand in them - again, that’s if we agree it’s there at all.

By the way, wherever you draw a circle then you will automatically be able to find a 5-pointed star in the middle of it. So centre the circle on your page using a line drawn from the  midpoint of the headpiece on any page, anywhere and bingo. It’s basic geometry.

That’s a general response to the video you linked to, not one directly to you Yann! Thanks for sharing it.

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Hi

I can find many ways that Bacon’s  name could be encoded to the front page of the Sonnets. Some of them would be equally as unreliable as pointing out the 5-pointed star, but one very simple thing is the play on words Ake-on with the b underneath so b-ake-on is on the 3 top lines.

Another observation is, as o is null then we have FR right in the middle of the word before.

Ignore all that though and focus on the double AAs (and bearing in mind we have the two back to back conies - back con, bacon - if you draw lines from the AAs they point to the F and encompass two Ns (remember we are always looking for doubles). N equals the all important number 13 (see my ebook!) and in simple cipher, doubled it is 26. If you carry on the simple cipher grid after Z you repeat back to A making B =26

So you have the FB.

Btw, I do not see the break in the R in the second imprint that Mr Waugh said in his video occurs in both(?)

If we use the left hand imprint* we can easily get an anagram of Bacon from the printers info. On the right where we don’t have a C, there are lines you can extend from the AA to get Baon twice, and C is 3 in simple cipher and the second T can mean Three - but I think that’s really stretching it. I’m happy with the bac-onies, the FB and the play on words B-ake-on 

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We can start doing fancy stuff with Agrippa but IMO it’s, again, just too big a stretch to believe.

Someone could easily do a video though, racking up hundreds or thousands of likes saying “Look, when we find the centre line and add Agrippa diagram both S’s in sonnets are in the stars on either hand, and the line on the page is the exact width of the circle, it must be deliberate and mean de Vere wrote them” - but it’s just coincidence.

I’m really concerned that the whole Shakespeare Authorship Debate stays on a level of presenting information and making it clear what is, or could be, a bone-fide cipher and/or pattern with important known esoteric symbolism and what’s just coincidence so we avoid descending into the realms of clickbait. I’m already noticing an upsurge in the number of people doing videos trying to prove de Vere as Shakespeare but the extent of their knowledge about Hermeticism and esoteric symbolism is uncertain. 

THE only reason to be doing these videos is not for personal acclaim, but to help the general population understand the deeper work, so that we can help lift each person watching to understand more about life and love.

K

*BTW There were two imprints of the Sonnets cover because one will represent the dark and one the light. 

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Hi Kate, 

I think you could also add the FRB monograms at the beginning of The Rape of Lucrece and the Sonnets published together with A Lover's Complaint see in the 'Bacon as Shakespeare' category under the heading 'Baconian anagrams, acrostics, monograms' (17 April) and with some more important detail in my paperThe Fraudulent Friedmans (pp. 271-3).  

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What about the Three fish?

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We see two of them in the Light, 2/3 or 67%. Remember FRANCIS is 67 Simple cipher.

The other fish, 1/3 of the Three, is in the dark at 33%. 33 is Simple cipher for BACON.

Three fish when two on the left are Illuminated and one in the Shadow? A clue for:

FRANCIS BACON

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What about the Three fish?

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We see two of them in the Light, 2/3 or 67%. Remember FRANCIS is 67 Simple cipher.

The other fish, 1/3 of the Three, is in the dark at 33%. 33 is Simple cipher for BACON.

Three fish when two on the left are Illuminated and one in the Shadow? A clue for:

FRANCIS BACON

This is great! One third, yes and 2 fish =B, 1 fish =A (simple cipher).

BA+conies.

Or even BA then the C is the curve, the O the eye of the dolphin and I’m sure we can find an N (n) somewhere! If this is the case, they must have had such fun, possibly encoding in multiple ways in one headpiece?

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