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Rick Wagner has offered another fascinating post. Maybe one of his finest yet. 

Shakespeare Sonnet 55 : Francis Bacon's Ode to Hiram Abiff

Well worth the read!

I did not know FIFTY-FIVE adds up to 103 Simple cipher same as SHAKEAPEARE, it also is 259 Kaye as is SHAKESPEARE as well. That raises new and answers many old questions I have had over the years!

Hiram Abiff is a concept I know, and countless hours with Rick on the phone he has taught me much on that theme alone. 

Read it, you will enjoy I am sure.

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9 hours ago, Rob at 007 said:

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Rick Wagner has offered another fascinating post. Maybe one of his finest yet. 

Shakespeare Sonnet 55 : Francis Bacon's Ode to Hiram Abiff

Well worth the read!

I did not know FIFTY-FIVE adds up to 103 Simple cipher same as SHAKEAPEARE, it also is 259 Kaye as is SHAKESPEARE as well. That raises new and answers many old questions I have had over the years!

Hiram Abiff is a concept I know, and countless hours with Rick on the phone he has taught me much on that theme alone. 

Read it, you will enjoy I am sure.

🙂

 

Hi Rob,

This is a great post indeed and YES , well worth the read ! 😀 Thank you for sharing and many thanks to Mr Wagner if he reads these lines.

And what a gorgeous image ! 

This post reminds me my "Initiation" in the world of DEE and BACON, 6 years ago, thanks to Oracle Cards which inspired me the story that led me to the Work of Shakespeare and to the Shakespeare Authorship Question.

It seems relevant to share with you some pages of this unfinished story that I wrote few years ago, based on my research, my first discovery in the Sonnets, and what I had learned at that time thanks to the works of Peter Dawkins and ... Richard Allan Wagner ! 🙂

I hope you will enjoy the reading !

Kallah.pdf

 

 

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21 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Yann, I have just read your mind opening and mind expanding essay! Brilliant! A Revelation.

Hi A Phoenix,

Thank you so much ! It means a lot to me.

This is, in fact, one of the chapter of a story that I left unfinished 4 years ago. I live in hope that one day I will be able to finish it !

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Both Rick and Yann’s summations are fascinating. The layers and layers of symbolism are never ending in the esoteric Rosicrucian/Freemasonic tradition!  Ultimately though, all lead to information about the “oneness” and unity behind all manifestation. 

Here’s my understanding.

The dual principle is incredibly important because from one point when you move that point in any direction you will have formed a line and now have a start and end point, an Alpha and Omega, separate to each other but still connected.  So unity become duality. This represents the fact that life only began from the one point of light with the action of movement. A straight line can be the diameter of any circle,  but two points of a curved line creates a circle with no ending or beginning.  Everything moves, everything is spiral and cyclical. 

So whenever we see two figures  (or two A’s or the two pillars or 11 etc) it represents the duality principle and the entire esoteric tradition centres around the Sun as oneness and Mercury (Hermes, Horus, Hiram, Thoth, Jesus, Son etc., call Mercury by any of these names) as the now separated but still unified carrier of the wisdom and truth of God (the force behind creation).

In the 345 triangle, which (via the 47th proposition) gives us a key to the universe and its sacred geometry and movements, 5 is the hypotenuse and linked to Horus/Mercury. However Mercury represents all the dualities known to Man - light/dark, Male/Female, Active/Passive, Good/Evil, Mortal/Immortal etc., etc., and is always represented by twins and 5 + 5 = 10 

The only letter in the Hebrew Alphabet to sound like God (strictly we should say G-D) is is IOD, JOD or YOD and this has a value of 10. (10th letter)

Venus is also seen as = 5 Beauty/harmony because of its astronomical movements which form a 5-pointed star. Mercury is seen as the androgynous unity of male/female so 5+5 sees the two twins, male and female uniting in the Godhead/Light . IOD/YOD is the divine light.

In the ritual the last letters of Jubela, Jubelo and Jubelum spell out AOM; a highly esoteric Hebrew triplicate that equates to OM and AUM both of which mean Light.

When the candidate/initiate is raised he’s arises from darkness into the light. He’s overcome or become aware of the dark side of his own human nature but also he’s reborn to an understanding that his soul is immortal and that he’s an emanation of the central (immortal) light.

Mercury and Venus both spend time as a morning star, heralding the arising of the Sun. Venus is the brightest planet after the Sun. Mercury is the fastest planet, hence the swift messenger. 

So this 5+5 =10 is another reason why 55 is a highly significant number. 555 is too for other reasons (threeness/trinity) and this is why the Washington Monument obelisk is 555ft high. All this - and loads - more in my ebook 🙂

Sonnet 55 seems to me to be referencing immortality and I like the idea it has a twin counterpart sonnet.

Kate

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55 minutes ago, Kate Cassidy said:

In the 345 triangle, which (via the 47th proposition) gives us a key to the universe and its sacred geometry and movements, 5 is the hypotenuse and linked to Horus/Mercury. However Mercury represents all the dualities known to Man - light/dark, Male/Female, Active/Passive, Good/Evil, Mortal/Immortal etc., etc., and is always represented by twins and 5 + 5 = 10

Hi Kate, thank you for sharing your insightful perspective. 

For me, the first proof of Sonnet 106 being the twin counterpart of sonnet 55 lies in the number of words : 106 (Sonnet 55) + 110 (Sonnet 106) = 216 = 6x6x6

And 6x6x6 is a reference to the magical square of the SUN. " Mercury and Venus both spend time as a morning star, heralding the arising of the Sun " 😉

By the way, 216 is also the gematria of the Hebrew word arieh אריה meaning ... LION ! And we know that the sign of LEO is linked to the SUN.

A 2nd proof lies in the sum of the first letters of each lines :

Sonnet  55 : N+O+B+T+W+A+N+T+G+S+E+T+S+Y = 192

Sonnet 106 : W+I+A+I+T+O+I+E+S+O+A+T+F+H = 153

153 + 192 = 345 (A reference to the 345 triangle) 🙂 

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1 hour ago, Allisnum2er said:

Hi Kate, thank you for sharing your insightful perspective. 

For me, the first proof of Sonnet 106 being the twin counterpart of sonnet 55 lies in the number of words : 106 (Sonnet 55) + 110 (Sonnet 106) = 216 = 6x6x6

And 6x6x6 is a reference to the magical square of the SUN. " Mercury and Venus both spend time as a morning star, heralding the arising of the Sun " 😉

By the way, 216 is also the gematria of the Hebrew word arieh אריה meaning ... LION ! And we know that the sign of LEO is linked to the SUN.

A 2nd proof lies in the sum of the first letters of each lines :

Sonnet  55 : N+O+B+T+W+A+N+T+G+S+E+T+S+Y = 192

Sonnet 106 : W+I+A+I+T+O+I+E+S+O+A+T+F+H = 153

153 + 192 = 345 (A reference to the 345 triangle) 🙂 

Thanks Yann. Love what you found here K

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