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Good Morning High Wizard of B'Hive and the arcane intricacies of Baconian scholarship and Grand Master of the secret mysterious emblems and their links to Lord Bacon and his sublime Rosicrcuian Brotherhood. Yann, not only was I truly amazed watching your mind working and seeing you making all these links and connections in a way only you do-an amazing intellectual feat, but it was also emotional. I have this all consuming profound love of Lord Bacon (who is of course the greatest of all men) and his divine Rosicrucian Brotherhood-so your work here on Lord Bacon and the Temple of the Rose Cross in Europe was particularly stirring and emotional. It reminded me of their divine declaration of the Universal Refromation of the Whole World that began in Europe, and then spread its wings to the New World of North America which eventually became the United States of America, and to this day is slowly but steadily working to fulfil its destiny. One where we live in a world of love, peace and harmony. Thank you and much love, Phoenix. 

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Good Evening A Phoenix ! Thank you so much ! By the way, I am working on another part and my research led me to ... your INCREDIBLE work on The Anonymous Bisham Entertainment !  I am reading it ! This is truly thrilling and fascinating. ❤️

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Bacon, "I am Pan."

Bacon says:

Horns are given him, broad at the roots, but narrow and sharp at the top, because the nature of all things seems pyramidal; for individuals are infinite, but being collected into a variety of species, they rise up into kinds, and these again ascend, and are contracted into generals, till at length nature may seem collected to a point. And no wonder if Pan's horns reach to the heavens, since the sublimities of nature, or abstract ideas, reach in a manner to things divine; for there is a short and ready passage from metaphysics to natural theology.

I'd say what Bacon did and still does is indeed a short and ready passage from the infinite to the here/now. A. Phoenix posted a Bacon quote in one of her pieces yesterday where Bacon says, "[Poetry] was ever thought to have some participation of diviness..."

I never really considered Bacon with horns, but for some reason feel like I should. Horns reaching into the realm of the divine and making a connection for us. I had the strange feeling yesterday (or day before) when I read first read his comment on Poetry. Feel it even more now.

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Hey Yann (Allisnum2er), I think the Y in your name could be a symbol of Pan with two horns tapping into the Diving and bringing back knowledge into words and numbers for we Earthlings.

In fact EVERY letter in your name may be reaching into Heaver; The A (a pyramid) and two time N which also points into the Divine.

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Hey Yann (Allisnum2er), I think the Y in your name could be a symbol of Pan with two horns tapping into the Diving and bringing back knowledge into words and numbers for we Earthlings.

In fact EVERY letter in your name may be reaching into Heaver; The A (a pyramid) and two time N which also points into the Divine.

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2 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I never really considered Bacon with horns, but for some reason feel like I should. Horns reaching into the realm of the divine and making a connection for us.

I wonder if Abraham Cowley imagined Bacon with Horns when he wrote his Ode To the Royal Society and compared Bacon to Moses.

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https://www.bartleby.com/332/75.html

https://live.jewishexpert.com/moses-dionysus

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Wisdom of the Ancients was my intro to a lot of topics contained many years ago. Just reread about Pan earlier after your post. It is an amazing description Bacon wrote.

Cowley, "For who on things remote can fix his sight".

I wonder if he realized Bacon was fixing his sight on the future remotely. On us 400 years later, and how to teach us what he knew and who he was.

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Mather Walker:

https://sirbacon.org/mather.htm

In the First Folio one sees at the very beginning of the Folio a light "A" and a dark "A" symbolizing his candid explanation in his early work, The Masculine Birth of Time :

"Nevertheless it is important to understand how the present is like a seer with two faces, one looking toward the future, and the other towards the past. Accordingly I have decided to prepare for your instruction tables of both ages, containing not only the past course and progress of science, but also Anticipations of things to come. The nature of these tables you could not conjecture before you see them. A genuine Anticipation of them is beyond your scope, nor would you be aware of the lack of it unless it was put into your hands. It is a compliment reserved to some of the choicer spirits among you whom I hope to win thereby. But generally speaking science is to be sought from the light of nature, not from the darkness of Antiquity."

Bacon says, "It is a compliment reserved to some of the choicer spirits among you whom I hope to win thereby."

He has won me, and thank you for the compliment, Mr. Bacon. There are a few of us here. 🙂

 

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 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. "

Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible

 

Let's come back to the page 187 of "As you Like it"

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Facing the triangle next to the word "Pigeons", one thought immediatly came to my mind : "The Three Pigeons".

It reminded me that one of Francis Bacon's Book had been printed and sold at "The Three Pigeons":

https://www.pbagalleries.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/180/lot/51663/The-Essays-Or-Councils-Civil-and-Moral-of-Sir-Francis-Bacon-With-a-Table-of-the-Colours-of-Good-and-Evil-And-a-Discourse-on-the-Wisdom-of-the-Ancients

The Essays or Councils, Civil and Moral of Sir Francis Bacon, With a Table of the Colours of Good and Evil, and a Discourse on the Wisdom of the Ancients,

TO THIS EDITION IS ADDED THE CHARACTER OF QUEEN ELIZABETH ; NEVER BEFORE PRINTED IN ENGLISH

https://archive.org/details/essaysorcouncils01baco/page/n307/mode/2up?q=FOrtune&view=theater

 

Here is what I discovered ...

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Bacon tells us that "It was Pan's Good Fortune to find out Ceres as he was hunting".

My research on Pan and Ceres led me to the incredible work of A. PHOENIX on the Anonymous Bisham Entertainement

that I invite you to read : https://sirbacon.org/a-phoenix/

https://www.academia.edu/69260991/The_Anonymous_Bisham_Entertainment_1592_Written_by_Francis_Bacon_for_the_visit_of_his_Royal_Mother_Queen_Elizabeth_I_at_the_Estate_of_his_Aunt_Lady_Elizabeth_Russell_and_its_links_to_a_Significant_Number_of_his_Shakespeare_Plays

As Iconologia (1709) seemed to be related to the Work of Bacon/Shakespeare, I decided to seek Ceres in Iconologia (1709).

I found out Ceres  depicted in one Figure ...

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And here is a part of my take on the psalm 46 ...

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To be continued ...

 

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"TO THIS EDITION IS ADDED THE CHARACTER OF QUEEN ELIZABETH ; NEVER BEFORE PRINTED IN ENGLISH"

I've never even heard about this!! Bacon writing about his Mother! Has to be very important!

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Bacon "died" on Day 99, Easter Sunday 1626.

99 + 1 = 100, FRANCIS BACON in Simple cipher.

William Tudor I (one).

I Will be looking at this Essay...

 

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What a strange page number, in parenthesis.

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Looking backwards, "page 99" is an advertisement, not numbered.

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https://archive.org/details/essaysorcouncils01baco/page/98/mode/2up

I think this is the earliest Advertisement I have ever seen. Shakespeare's Works did not have ads, nor Bacon's works while he was alive. So here on what should be page 99 is an Ad for a new dictionary.

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Next after the page with the ad is a blank page, then page (99).

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https://archive.org/details/essaysorcouncils01baco/page/n307/mode/2up?q=FOrtune&view=theater

Of course, even in 1696 you couldn't begin a Queen Elizabeth Essay by Bacon overtly on page 100. 100 is FRANCIS BACON Simple cipher. But you can have it on page 100 for eyes that can see, yet name it weirdly page (99). I'd count the blank page. Can skip the ad page count, like we do 326 years after this commercial ad came out.

So I poked around this book a little. I'm seeing things and in my mind I am thinking, "Yea, numbers clicking, who did this work?"

I went to the Title page for clues. Looking for the number 157 first, of course. FRA ROSIE CROSS, 157 Simple and 287 Kaye ciphers. Is their RC signature in our face? I'd expect so.

Using Word, I typed the words and counted finding 156 right away.

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Well, getting lazy in my skills, if the character count was exactly 157 my experience would be picking up a nice arrowhead in a remote meadow in the wilderness. I'd be done with it with a treasure in hand.

But 156? A very important number as it is the one that someone passes through to get to 157. Long story, for later. But I had to "think" a bit. I took a break from this to do some other tasks nipping at my heals. Still thinking about 156...

OK, if we are at 156 then typically we need the number 11 or double T's in order to pass from one level (156) into the next level (157).

I came back and started looking and yes, the section I counted begins with the letter "T", The ESSAYS...", and the next letter which would be the 157th character is the letter "T".

To this Edition is added the Character of Queen

So we have 156 passing beyond the two "T"s to get to 157. Just like Bacon demonstrates so often. This is a perfect example, Bacon's teachings.

In fact, on this page we leave Line number 13, pass into Line 14 just like the Sonnets Pyramid that Bacon left us to learn all this "passing" from one level to the next, whether it be from 156 to 157, or 286 to 287. Usually an 11 of double T's. Sometimes both.

To wrap this up, in my mind right now I think this 1696 version was published soon enough after Bacon's life that some of his techniques were still being used. Sometimes we see a 157 and/or a 287 signature that is quick and easy. This Title page is still easy enough, but requires enough extra thought to recognize that passing beyond the two T's is important to reach 157.

Sayin' this 1696 version will contain secrets passed down via FRA ROSIE CROSS. Page, word, letter counts, acrostics, anagrams, whatever, may very well tell a story we are supposed to know. Nice tip Allisnum2er (Yann)!!

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Hi Light of Truth,

You are certainly correct that all of Lord Bacon's editions published by his Rosicrucian Brotherhood who carefully watch over his concealed life and writings contain all kinds of secrets about the Great One that only people with rare and very unusual minds like you and Yann are able to identify and illuminate.

Great work Rob - keep on illuminating!

Love Phoenix. 

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5 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Of course, even in 1696 you couldn't begin a Queen Elizabeth Essay by Bacon overtly on page 100. 100 is FRANCIS BACON Simple cipher. But you can have it on page 100 for eyes that can see, yet name it weirdly page (99).

Hi Rob ! Very well done with the Title page and the number 157 ! Another great work !

I had just noticed that there were 330 characters in total with 330 # 33 = BACON

I see that you don't miss a trick ! 😉

I had planned to talk about the page (99) that in my opinion represents, in his way, the ALPHA and OMEGA.

Indeed, if FRANCIS BACON died (OMEGA) the 99th day of 1626,

he was born (ALPHA) the 22nd of January 1561 (New style), and 22 + 01 + 15 + 61 = 99

And you are totally right. Even in 1696 they could not begin a Queen Elizabeth Essay by Bacon overtly on page 100.

But, the number (99) instead of (100) plays another useful role ! 😀

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Moreover, depending on whether or not one take in account the "add" page and/or the blank page , the page 100 can be seen like the page 101 or ... 102 ! 🙂 

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32 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

You are certainly correct that all of Lord Bacon's editions published by his Rosicrucian Brotherhood who carefully watch over his concealed life and writings contain all kinds of secrets about the Great One that only people with rare and very unusual minds like you and Yann are able to identify and illuminate.

Hi A Phoenix,

You are one ( or many 😊 )  of the people with rare and very unusual minds that illuminate the Work and the Secrets of the Great One !

You are our Beacon.

Love and Joy !

Yann

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The Essay on Elizabeth appears to be missing the end. In this facsimile it cuts off at the end of page 121, but certainly does not appear to be the end.

https://archive.org/details/essaysorcouncils01baco/page/120/mode/2up

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EDIT: Yes, there are two more pages I found here:

https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/A28200.0001.001/1:105?rgn=div1;view=fulltext

 

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1696: "to this edition is added The character of Queen Elizabeth, never before printed in English"

I've been looking for Bacon's first edition which I assume is in Latin. I came across this version from 1651:

https://books.google.com/books?id=My5AAQAAMAAJ&pg=PP7&source=gbs_selected_pages&cad=3#v=onepage&q&f=false

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The translations are slightly different. For example I wanted to see what Bacon's Latin phrase was for this, "But this is a Province that more properly belongs to men of the first Rank". The 1651 edition says it this way, "This testimony belongs to men of note".

"First rank" can certainly have a meaning that could imply blood descendants and I'd love to see what Latin word or term Bacon used exactly.

For your enjoyment, here are a few nice things people have said about our Bacon in the 1651 book:

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Just found the Latin here:

https://archive.org/stream/b29321712/b29321712_djvu.txt

"Ad principes viros pertinet haec cognitio, atque ad eos, qui imperiorum gubernacula tractarunt, et rerum civilium ardua, et arcana norunt."

Online translator:

"This belongs to the leading men of knowledge, and those who are at the helm of governments they have handled, and are acquainted with, difficult matters of civil affairs, and secrets."

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"It was Pan's Good Fortune to find out Ceres as he was hunting". 

The Wisdom of the Ancients - Francis Bacon  (1609)

 

In Iconologia (1709) Ceres is mentionned in a second Emblem.

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https://archive.org/details/franciscibaconio00baco/page/n9/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater

https://archive.org/details/franciscibaconio00baco/page/n21/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater

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https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Basket_(nb_hieroglyph)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swallow_(hieroglyph)

I think that ISIS , OSIRIS and THOT are references to the myth of ISIS and OSIRIS , and the birth of HORUS.

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And I think that a reference to BACON as HORUS is concealed in the First Folio.

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https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Horus_standing.svg

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 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. "

Revelation 22:13 - King James Bible

 

 

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Wow Yann! You did an entire Judo move on my entire thinking. So much here you posted!

But what caught my attention, already in the back of my mind is the "Basket".

Lately the "Hang'n Bacon" has popped up a few times. With numbers that reinforce it.

My personal solution of the Sonnets Dedication poem has BA hanging off the Pyramid and Star.

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The Masonic Royal Arch Degree medal has a "Hanging BAsket".

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I think Alfred Dodd said it was a "Hanging Basket of Secrets", but I may not be right. That concept has come up over many years. But someone said it.

Then all these BACON acrostics and anagrams connecting to 33, 157, and 287, connecting to the word "Hang". Wow!

Now you threw out another one! One that I would never see! Or even know to look for! Major Synchronicity!! The Spirits guide you, and Bacon/Dee know who you are.

Three Swallows? I will see what I see. But Sir Allisnum2er (Yann), please give some thought to the Hanging Bacon, the Hanging Basket, and anything else your amazing mind might come up with.

What was on my mind before reading your mind-blowing contribution?

John Dee, and what was his role in the First Folio.

HANGING is 58 Simple, 117 Reverse, 40 Short, and 188 Kaye ciphers.

JOHN DEE is 58 Simple, 117 Reverse, 40 Short, and 188 Kaye ciphers.

Was Dee holding the Basket with Bacon in it? 😉

 

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Synchronicity electric right now. But tonight I need to wrap it up as early as I can. 🙂

In The Winters Tale (mentioned in previous post in this thread), Bacon wrote this important message likely after a series of ciphers where "name" came up three times with a solid BACON acrostic/anagram.

The Fabrick of his Folly, whose foundation
Is pyl'd vpon his Faith, and will continue
The standing of his Body.

These are Bacon's words, carefully chosen. They have real meaning.

OK, for me, the Fabrick is not just the words, letters, numbers, and ink on paper from four hundred years ago. That is definitely part of it, and very important. But the Fabrick is what we live in, our thoughts creates threads in the Fabrick, and infinite thoughts before us have created threads of this Fabrick. Time and Space mean nothing in the Fabrick.

The Veil? It is maybe a very thin skin outside the Fabrick that keeps most people out of its experiences. Pierce that Veil, and BINGO the Frabrick is right there and you are already in it.

So I was doing Google research on "Swallows". Of course the SirBacon.org search was first, then on wherever it took me. I found a few "clues", or at least a path or two to follow. I have to get sleep tonight, just poking around.

A phrase keeps taking over, "The restless swallow fits my restless mind". Likely because my restless mind is being is being fitted with a restless swallow! LOL

I stumbled on this website, haven't read it and won't tonight, but Synchronicity from the Fabrick led me here.

https://www.apollo-magazine.com/elizabethan-talking-pictures-objects/

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Down on that page is my search result:

Nevertheless, the verse allows Gower’s image to address viewers as if they were in his presence. This technique can also be found in Portrait of George Delves and a Female Companion (1577), where inscriptions speak of surrendering the ‘toys’ of a court that ‘hath flattered me too long’, and in Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger’s Portrait of an Unknown Woman (c. 1590–1600), where the sitter glosses her portrait’s complex melancholic symbolism in a sonnet: ‘The restless swallow fits my restless mind […] With pensive thoughts my weeping Stag I crown.’

I went down the page, not reading, but looking. I thought I saw Bacon!

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Three Swallows? I get Three Names, but trying to quiet that swallow in my mind tonight. 😉

 

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