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The Scourge of Folly by John Davies of Hereford (1611) - Source : Folger Shakespeare Library

 https://shakespearedocumented.folger.edu/file/stc-6341-page-76

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In the Epigram 159 of "The Scourge of Folly",  Will Shakespeare is called "our English Terence".

We can see two words in italic in the first part of the Epigram : King Will.

And there are 33 roman words - 33 = BACON

King Will  BACON

This is the Epig. 159 and 159 is the reverse cipher of  ... FRANCIS TUDOR.

And I don't know if anyone has already noticed that before but ...

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FRANCIS and TERENCE share the same ciphers !

FRANCIS our English TERENCE ! 🙂 

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The Scourge of Folly by John Davies of Hereford (1611) - Source : Folger Shakespeare Library

 https://shakespearedocumented.folger.edu/file/stc-6341-page-76

https://shakespearedocumented.folger.edu/file/stc-6341-page-77

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

I brought the two parts of Epigram 159 together.

The second part is on page 77, the simple cipher of MINERVA, Francis Bacon's Muse.

If there are 33 words in the first part ( 33 = BACON ) , there are 67 words in total ( 67 = FRANCIS )

King Will  bacon , sow (Son Of Wisdom - Son Of the Widow)

S + H + T + A + S + T + A + S = 102

And thanks to the work of Rob, Light-of-Truth, we know that ..

ONE HUNDRED TWO = WILLIAM TUDOR I

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There are 49 characters and 49 is 7 X  7 .

It can be seen as a reference to MINERVA, the speare-shaker and Francis Bacon's muse, whose the simple cipher is 77.

It can also be seen like a reference to the magic square of VENUS

And CUPID / EROS (ROSE) / BACON was the Bastard son of VENUS / APHRODITE / ELIZABETH.

Moreover, there are 10 words if we count "Shake-Speare" as two words.

And 10 + the 67 words of the Epigram = 77

The simple cipher of :

MINERVA

FRANCIS BACON'S MUSE

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MORAL EMBLEMS is a book published in 1860 with aphorisms, adages, and proverbs, of all ages and nations, from Jacob Cats and Robert Farlie : with illustrations freely rendered, from designs found in their work.

https://openlibrary.org/books/OL24131479M/Moral_emblems

The illustrations are "freely rendered" by JOHN LEIGHTON.

The book is translated and edited, with additions, by RICHARD PIGOT.

It seems that JOHN LEIGHTON and RICHARD PIGOT knew that FRANCIS BACON was "Our English Terence" : Mr WILL SHAKESPEARE .

Here are some of the secrets of MORAL EMBLEMS !

To understand, one need to know that a famous sentence by Terence is "NE QUID NIMIS" meaning "NOTHING IN EXCESS".

It is his translation (in Andria) of the Greek μηδὲν άγαν (Meden agan) inscribed on THE TEMPLE OF APOLLO in Delphi.

And "NE QUID NIMIS" is very similar to "MEDIOCRA FIRMA" (The Middle Way is safe) that was the motto of FRANCIS BACON.

 

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 Lord BACON is mentionned only once in the book, between Shakespeare and Terence.

And as if by chance "Thraso is Gnatho's prey" is a reference made by Francis Bacon to Terence's "Eunuchus"

 

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This 15th Emblem is a reference to ....

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"NE QUID NIMIS" appears a third and last time in MORAL EMBLEMS.

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FRANCIS BACON aka SHAKESPEARE , OUR ENGLISH TERENCE !

 

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I let you meditate on the 33rd Emblem ! 😉 

Kind regards

 

 

 

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More secrets revealed ...

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Jeremiah XLV.5 is quoted two times :

"And seekest thou great things for thyself? seek them not:
for, behold, I will bring evil upon all flesh, saith the Lord: but thy life
 will I give unto thee for a prey in all places whither thou goest
"

VERTUE LIES IN THE MIDDLE is once again a reference to MEDIOCRITY.

(Mediocria firma - Francis Bacon's motto)

LET'S TAKE A LOOK AT PAGE 138 OF MORAL EMBLEMS.

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The "n" of "Prince" is the upside-down "u" of "Tudor"

As I said, It seems that JOHN LEIGHTON and RICHARD PIGOT knew that FRANCIS BACON was "Our English Terence", and that

they chose the placement of the aphorims, adages, proverbs wisely in order to conceal the truth.

 

This reference to "Much Ado about Nothing" is an invitation to take a look at the original text in the First Folio.

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AND WHAT A SURPRISE DECIPHERING THE PAGE 138 OF COMEDIES (FIRST FOLIO - 1623) !

- Loves Labours Lost Act V scene 1 -

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Now, let's take a look at Sonnet 138 !

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And there is only one page number 360 in the First Folio, in the play "Anthony and Cleopatra".

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JOY 😊

 

 

 

 

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Sonnet 138 is important to read and understand what Bacon is saying and who he is talking about.

Just these lines to start:

WHen my loue sweares that she is made of truth,
I do beleeue her though I know she lyes,
That she might thinke me some vntuterd youth,
Vnlearned in the worlds false subtilties.

"My love" = my mother.

LOVE is 50 Simple and 50 Reverse cipher.

MOTHER is 75 Simple and 75 Reverse cipher.

"...she is made of truth,"

She is a virgin.

TRUTH = 83 Simple cipher

VIRGIN = 83 Short cipher and 157 Kaye with 26 letter codes.

Allisnum2ber pointed out the WIT could be William Tudor I.

"That she might thinke me some vntuterd youth,"?

My mother might think I am un-Tudored and young, as if I should be patient for that happy day when she announced that I am her son, a Tudor.

"Vnlearned in the worlds false subtilties." as if I am stupid and don't see what is happening as we both grow older, fast.

 

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38 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Sonnet 138 is important to read and understand what Bacon is saying and who he is talking about.

Just these lines to start:

WHen my loue sweares that she is made of truth,
I do beleeue her though I know she lyes,
That she might thinke me some vntuterd youth,
Vnlearned in the worlds false subtilties.

"My love" = my mother.

LOVE is 50 Simple and 50 Reverse cipher.

MOTHER is 75 Simple and 75 Reverse cipher.

"...she is made of truth,"

She is a virgin.

TRUTH = 83 Simple cipher

VIRGIN = 83 Short cipher and 157 Kaye with 26 letter codes.

Allisnum2ber pointed out the WIT could be William Tudor I.

"That she might thinke me some vntuterd youth,"?

My mother might think I am un-Tudored and young, as if I should be patient for that happy day when she announced that I am her son, a Tudor.

"Vnlearned in the worlds false subtilties." as if I am stupid and don't see what is happening as we both grow older, fast.

 

Hi Rob, Light-of-Truth ! Many thanks I was secretly hoping that you would bring your understanding of Sonnet 138 ! 😃

Feel "Bacon", I mean "Free", to share more about it! 😉 

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2 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Allisnum2ber pointed out the WIT could be William Tudor I.

To give credit where it is due, the idea that WIT could be WTI i.e. William Tudor I or Wi. T. comes from you, Light-of-Truth, and your great work on the Sonnets.

I think that the ciphered message on page 360 of "Anthony and Cleopatra", with the two WTI-ITW in a Janus-like configuration, confirm that you were right ! 😊

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