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For more information about the "feigned" death of Bacon, I can't recommend you enough the wonderful work of A Phoenix :

https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/topic/75-the-feigned-death-of-lord-bacon/

 

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http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet044

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https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k8487z/f1.item

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I KNEW THAT I HAD TO FOLLOW THE "GREEN MAN".

HE LED ME TO A BOOK COMPOSED BY THOMAS WATSON CIRCA 1581 : HEKATOMPATHIA.

BUT HERE ARE THE PROOFS THAT THE BOOK WAS COMPOSED BY FRANCIS BACON. 

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"Bad is the Bird, that fileth his owne nest"

Francis Bacon invites us to find "The Good Bird that does not fill his own nest".

 

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DID FRANCIS BACON LEAVE A HINT ABOUT THE IDENTITY OF THIS BIRD ?

INDEED !

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FRANCIS BACON TELLS US THAT HIS MOTHER WAS THE PHOENIX.

BUT AT THAT TIME TWO QUEENS SHARED A CONNECTION WITH THE PHOENIX :

THE QUEEN ELIZABETH TUDOR

and

MARY STUART, QUEEN OF SCOTS

FORTUNATELY, FRANCIS BACON CONCEALED ALSO THE NAME OF HIS MOTHER

TO AVOID ANY MISTAKE ! 😊

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QUEEN ELIZABETH I - THE PHOENIX PORTRAIT on display at Tate Britain

 

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fichier:Elizabeth1_Phoenix.jpg

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HERE IS ANOTHER PROOF CONCEALED IN "THE MIRROUR OF MAJESTIE" PUBLISHED IN 1618.

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https://archive.org/details/mirrorofmaiestie00hggoiala/page/4/mode/2up

 

AND MORE PROOFS IN HEKATOMPATHIA ...

 

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https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k71418t/f206.item

 

 

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https://archive.org/details/mirrorofmaiestie00hggoiala/page/10/mode/2up

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THERE IS ALSO A CONNECTION WITH  SONNET 33 of SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS (1609)

 

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For an in-depth analysis of the sonnet 33, I invite you to study the great work on it by Light-of-Truth:

http://www.light-of-truth.com/baconlesson.htm

 

I SHALL LEAVE THE FINAL WORD TO SHAKE-SPEARE / BACON.

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AND I WANT TO THANK THE "GREEN MAN" FOR HIS HELP.

OR SHOULD I CALLED HIM "PHAENIX" ? 😉

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   LONG LIFE TO THE PHAENIX !

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   JOY😊

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Good evening High Wizard of B' Hive and Baconian Poet-Philosopher and Master Decipherer and Interpreter of the Immortal Phoenix.  My first spontaneous reaction was how on earth do you do it! How on earth do you make all those complex links and connections often via rare and difficult to obtain texts! Then I remembered it was you-probably the only person living with the mind, the knowledge, and rare intelligence, able to conjure up such transcendent magic.  

 

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3 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Good evening High Wizard of B' Hive and Baconian Poet-Philosopher and Master Decipherer and Interpreter of the Immortal Phoenix.  My first spontaneous reaction was how on earth do you do it! How on earth do you make all those complex links and connections often via rare and difficult to obtain texts! Then I remembered it was you-probably the only person living with the mind, the knowledge, and rare intelligence, able to conjure up such transcendent magic.  

 

Hi A Phoenix,

My heartfelt thanks for this touching message and for your support since the beginning. 🙏❤️

It's difficult for me to express my feelings because of my lack of vocabulary in english.

I felt really happy and grateful to have met you and Rob notably, and more recently Kate and Eric.  And I am so grateful to Lawrence for making this happen.

This is a privilege for me to be at your side in this quest for Truth.

And it is a real pleasure to shed some light in the "deciphering" part.

For the rest, I am still a newbie .

Each post of the B'Hive Community is for me a lesson ! And I have never enjoyed the lessons so much ! 😄

Thanks again.

Joy.

Yann

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Yann, Allisnum2er, I have enjoyed in the past how you relate the number 44 to Phoenix. That the very first full line of Day 44 is, "And burne the long liu'd Phænix in her blood," written by our Bacon as Shakespeare nails it and totally validates you and your discovery.

This is no coincidence and Bacon is showing us that 44 is connected to Phoenix, or in this case, "Phaenix."

You pointed out that Day 102 is three days after Day 99 on the day Bacon publicly passed away where Bacon expressed with this line, "And both for my sake lay on me this crosse,"

I didn't realize when I wrote that post that this line is Line 1570 from the end of the Sonnets. That is a 157 Simple cipher for WILLIAM TUDOR I and the O which is the ouroboros, the snake eating its tail and also a "rebirth", a Phoenix rising from its ashes.

So if Bacon is overtly using the term "Phaenix" in the first line of Day 44, what is the first line of Day 41, three days before?

You should liue twise in it,and in my rime.

Live twice? Rebirth? A Phoenix rising? Connection to Day 99 where Bacon says "lay on me this crosse", on Easter Sunday 1626, the day he feigned his death.

In fact the last line of Day 40 and the first line of Day 41 (three days before Day 44) are:

But were some childe of yours aliue that time,
You should liue twise in it,and in my rime.

You should live in your "child", and in this "rhyme."

It is SO overt, Bacon is so clear in what he says! And backs it up with numbers that we discover, and the Phoenix is a TUDOR symbol before Mary Stuart took it on.

Back to 1570...

I saw this on Google about the Phoenix portrait of Elizabeth:

https://www.npg.org.uk/research/programmes/making-art-in-tudor-britain/the-phoenix-and-the-pelican-two-portraits-of-elizabeth-i-c.1575.php

"It is likely that these portraits were painted either by or under the direction of Nicholas Hilliard. We know that Hilliard, who became the queen’s painter in 1570, painted large works in oil as well as the miniatures for which he is better known. There are stylistic similarities between these portraits and the miniatures by Hilliard, particularly the diagrammatic linear style and close attention to detail."

Remember 1570 is the year that Dee published his "Mathematical Preface" which is a number and esoteric mathematical treasure:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dee

"His 1570 "Mathematical Preface" to Henry Billingsley's English translation of Euclid's Elements argued for the importance of mathematics as an influence on the other arts and sciences.[26] Intended for an audience outside the universities, it proved to be Dee's most widely influential and frequently reprinted work.[27]"

1570 was a year of numbers and Dee was the maestro, as you are today Allisnum2ber! Elizabeth was all ears with whatever Dee suggested to her.

But anyway, to connect Sonnet 44 to the Tudor Phoenix who was Elizabeth Tudor and also Bacon, as a Tudor, William Tudor I. Sonnet 44 is one of the most interesting Sonnets to me, as Bacon describes something very secret, and important, about "thought."

Sonnet 44, read and understand as your mind allows:

IF the dull substance of my flesh were thought,
Iniurious distance should not stop my way,
For then dispight of space I would be brought,
From limits farre remote,where thou doost stay,
No matter then although my foote did stand
Vpon the farthest earth remoou'd from thee,
For nimble thought can iumpe both sea and land,
As soone as thinke the place where he would be.
But ah,thought kills me that I am not thought
To leape large lengths of miles when thou art gone,
But that so much of earth and water wrought,
I must attend,times leasure with my mone.
   Receiuing naughts by elements so sloe,
   But heauie teares,badges of eithers woe.

Bacon is telling us about how nimble thought is able to "iumpe both sea and land". He also hints "To leape large lengths of miles when thou art gone."

He is sharing maybe the most secret of secrets they worked with. Today, it is beyond our imagination, mostly. "Telepathy, across Time?" In Sonnet 44, the Phoenix number, this is where he puts the idea. And as Allisnum2er demonstrates is related to three days after he laid on the crosse. Curious inDeed.

I could share where Time numbers (110 and 188) are related to Sonnet 44. In fact, just a couple hints, there are 110 Sonnets after Sonnet 44. Counting lines from the last line of the Sonnets, Sonnet 110 ends and Sonnet 111 are both in Sonnet 44 reversed.

FORTY FOUR is 188 Kaye cipher.

But it is also 136 Simple cipher, the same as BACON-SHAKESPEARE, and 144 Simple cipher with the 26 letter codes which is SIR FRANCIS BACON.

As Allisnum2er pointed out, Sonnet begins in Day 102 .

ONE HUNDRED TWO is 157 Simple, 168 Reverse, 58 Short, and 287 Kaye ciphers, exactly the same four ciphers of WILLIAM TUDOR I.

So far as we have BACON-SHAKESPEARE, SIR FRANCIS BACON, and WILLIAM TUDOR I.

Day 103 begins in Sonnet 44, and 103 is Simple cipher for SHAKESPEARE.

ONE HUNDRED THREE is 157 Simple cipher and 365 Kaye cipher, another connection to Time and the ouroboros, the Phoenix.

I could go on, but to stay on topic, Sonnet 44 is as proven by Allisnum2er to be related to the Tudor Phoenix with Elizabeth Tudor and Bacon (as William Tudor). Bacon here at this place describes the concept of his "thoughts" leaping land and sea, and also large lengths of miles when he is gone. He knew 400 years later we'd be somehow receiving his thoughts and that is part of his rebirth as a Phoenix rising from the ashes. Bacon is with us in "thought" across time and space.

Bet he is smiling with us.

🙂

 

 

 


 

 

 

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10 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I could share where Time numbers (110 and 188) are related to Sonnet 44. In fact, just a couple hints, there are 110 Sonnets after Sonnet 44. Counting lines from the last line of the Sonnets, Sonnet 110 ends and Sonnet 111 are both in Sonnet 44 reversed.

FORTY FOUR is 188 Kaye cipher.

Thank you very much Rob ! Great findings ! 😃 Well done with the year 1570 and the day 41.

Regarding the number 188, yesterday I left something for you in my post. But maybe you've missed it.

The fact is that when I write, I  think in french, then I have to find a good translation.

But yesterday , facing your Sonnets Pyramid with Day 102 and Sonnet 44, an expression popped into my mind "A GOOD OMEN ! ".

I had to take a look at its numerical values. ( I swear that I do not do this with everything that I write 😄 ! )

And here is the magical part ( or the synchronicity part for "Mr Synchronicity" 😉 ) ...

 

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IT WAS INDEED A GOOD OMEN ! 🙂 

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The fact is that there is a connection with the following topic  : Francis Tudor , Prince of Denmark ?

https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/topic/132-francis-tudor-prince-of-denmarke/

I talked to you about the painting of the Somerset House Conference hiding the truth about FRANCIS BACON.

Here is another proof, I could not talk about until now.

Please note that in the terms of the licence, the image "may not be cropped, over-printed or manipulated in any way."

That's why I can't zoom on the painting to show the details.

But the "GREEN MAN" is here too ! 🙂 

And here is my take on the column.

https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw00166/The-Somerset-House-Conference-1604?

 

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Please note that in the terms of the licence, the image "may not be cropped, over-printed or manipulated in any way."

For all of us to keep in mind as participate here...

Creative Commons licensing is in-line with what we do here, in my opinion:

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

Creative Commons
What is this?
Image licence and download for limited non-commercial use. Image sizes are 800 pixels on the longest dimension at 72 dpi.

What can I use the image for?
Use in non-commercial projects (e.g. online in scholarly and non-profit publications and websites, blogs, local society newsletters and family history).

SirBacon.org is not a commercial entity. Even though not a true "non-profit" organization, it is paid for by Lawrence and I for the purpose of providing information on a scholarly and free website. A credit and link is required usually unless otherwise specified, but we are generally free to use creative commons images in our dialog.

Sounds like you downloaded the image with an Academic license which is higher resolution and is more restricted. "These images may not be cropped, over-printed or manipulated in any way."

The lower resolution doesn't have that restriction, but the link does give a better zoom. 🙂

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https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw00166/The-Somerset-House-Conference-1604?

 

EDIT: I just changed some settings in the Forum configuration to allow larger images. Scroll up and click on some of the previous images on earlier posts and they should look much clearer. 🙂

 

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