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19 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Synchronicity electric right now.

Hi Rob ! Indeed, the synchronicity is electric ! 😉 

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

Thank you very much for your feedback and for sharing with us this great synchronicity !

I totally forgot the reference to the SWALLOW in the cartouche of this QUeen Elizabeth's Portrait.

And what to say about "The hanging Basket" of the Masonic Royal Arch Degree medal ? WOW

I was not aware of it. The Truth lies in the detail  !😃

Be sure that if I find more about it, I will share my findings with you.

For now, I am working on the reference to the SWALLOW in ORCHESTRA the poem of JOHN DAVIES

written in 1596, and its connection with SHAKESPEARE.

http://www.luminarium.org/renascence-editions/davies1.html

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Awesome! I can't wait to see!

I'm reading A. Phoenix's PDF on the portrait. I had seen the video when they first put it out, but haven't read it until now. This refers to the swallow in the painting in the PDF (page 18):

https://sirbacon.org/the-pregnancy-portrait-of-queen-elizabeth/

"In Christian symbolism the swallow represents the dual resurrection and incarnation of Christ and is a symbol of fertility and maternal instincts associated with the images of the child votive. In folklore the swallow was used for fertility rituals based on its association with early marriage in life. It also symbolises leaving the past behind to release yourself from the pain you have suffered which still torments his restless mind in still reviving and renewing wrongs of the past-his concealed birth and denial of his birthright, as son and heir to the royal throne of England."

There is also a wonderful cipher analysis of the 111 words in the "swallow" poem (page 19).

The restles swallow fits my restles minde,
  In still reuiuinge still renewinge wronges:
  her just complaintes of cruelty vnkinde,

  are all the Musique that my life prolonges.

 

With pensiue thoughtes my weepinge Stagg I crowne
  whose Melancholy teares my cares Expresse;
  hes Teares in sylence and my sighes vnknowne
  are all the physicke that my harmes redresse.

 

My onely hope was in this goodly tree,
  which I did plant in loue bringe vp in care;
  but all in vanie, for now to late I see
  the shales be mine, the kernels others are.

 

  My Musique may be plaintes, my physique teares
    If this be all the fruite my love tree beares.

The 33rd word is "Stagg" which is 52 Simple cipher, the same as WILL. The last two lines contains 74 letters, the Simple cipher of TUDOR, and also WILLIAM.

 

 

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On the "Basket" theme, there is an interesting article in Baconiana from 1897:

https://sirbacon.org/archives/baconiana/1897_Vol V New Series_No 17 - 20.pdf

Page 201
FRANCIS BACON’S COLLECTIONS.
Vases, Baskets, Cornucopia

One paragraph from that article:

It is plain from this and similar passages that Baskets symbolise “collections” such as those which Bacon seems to have been perpetually causing to be made by the hands of his many-handed Briareus, the innumerable clerics, scriveners, and able pens whom we know he kept in his house, and who, we think, relieved him of nearly all the mechanical part of his work. Whilst he originated, invented, and organised, they pressed his grapes, collected his wine into vats. When he read, noted, and marked passages, these “many-handed” transcribers sorted and arranged the passages according to his method and instructions ; no original wit or learning was needful, but only eternal patience and perseverance, of which the massive tomes and the “sterling literature” of the seventeenth century were the product. See what dictionaries and books of reference were extant before Francis Bacon wrote about his Baskets, and taught his followers to “gather up the fragments which remain, that nothing be lost.”

 

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Before to share with you my take on Orchestra by John Davies, I would like to share more discoveries that I made in Francis Bacon's Essays 1696 Edition, and the joy of having found and received a copy of this Book ! 😊

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This copy was owned by Isabella Perceval, the daughter of Spencer Perceval who served as British Prime Minister from 1809 to 1812.

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To have an Edition of Francis Bacon's Works which was owned by a "Perceval" is a GRAIL !!! 😀

(Yann, you are in a Dream ! Way Cup !)

And here is what I found ...

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There is a connection with Sonnet 99.

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But yesterday, I also found a connection with Ben Jonson's poem "To the Reader"

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/2/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

The numbers 51 and 53 led us to the misnumbered page 53(51) of Histories ...

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/373/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

Now, let's go back to Shakespeare's Sonnet 99 with an overview.

The Capital Letters form TWO on the left and almost (I) AM on the right.

This is an invitation to find the missing "I"

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/111/index.html%3fzoom=800.html

111th page of the First FOLIO ( 111 is the Kaye cipher of BACON)

Conclusion :

FRANCIS BACON was WILLIAM TUDOR I, the son of QUEEN ELIZABETH !

 

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74 simple cipher (and not Kaye cipher) of William and Tudor
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Here is another secret of Bacon's Essaies 1696 Edition.

Each time that a page begins with a new Essay, the previous page ends with the word "Of"

except in four occasions ...

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ALL IS NUMBER ! 😊

Conclusion :

FRANCIS BACON was WILL SHAKESPEARE

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As I was digging in the past  with the help of the "Three Pigeons" I learned that the "Three Pigeons" was linked to an edition of Venus and Adonis published in 1617 by William Barrett ...

https://books.google.fr/books?id=LMpfEAAAQBAJ&pg=PA246&lpg=PA246&dq=venus+and+adonis+three+pigeons&source=bl&ots=3vmnWuIq0H&sig=ACfU3U2BCI28qkOKo4gSVnT8cj0Da9Togg&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwju7Zbq25P4AhUDhM4BHX5vA2AQ6AF6BAg_EAM#v=onepage&q=venus and adonis three pigeons&f=false

... and to "CERTAINE MISCELLANY WORKS  OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE FRANCIS LO.VERULAM VISCOUNT ST. ALBAN" published by WILLIAM RAWLEY in 1629 shortly after Bacon's "Death".

I felt that there was someting to find in this book.

I think that I was right ! 😊

https://archive.org/details/certainemiscella00baco/page/n7/mode/2up

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The Miscellany Works of the Worshipful Master WILLIAM TUDOR.

 

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Few days ago, I discovered the existence of an interesting Token engraved in 1791 with a portrait of  WILL SHAKESPEARE on one side, and an allegory holding a Cornucopia, symbol of FORTUNE, on the other side.

Through my research , I discovered the existence of two other Tokens with a portrait of Shakespeare but with two different allegories on their reverse.

THE THREE TOKENS HIDE A SECRET !

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If there is a connection between the token engraved in 1791 and  "Iconologia " published in 1709 ...

 

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... there is also a connection between the book published in 1709 and the Token engraved in 1790 !

 

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But there is much more !

Indeed, if the allegory holding a Cornucopia seems to be specific to the tokens with Shakespeare's Portrait engraved, this is not the case of the allegory with the wheel nor of the observe with PLUTO/VULCAIN/TUBAL CAIN.

I learned that the allegory with the wheel had been engraved in reference to Charles Roe ...

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

... and that the obverse with Vulcain had been engraved in reference to John Wilkinson, the Iron Master.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wilkinson_(industrialist)

AND HERE IS THE SECRET !

THE TWO DEGREES OF BACON 😉 

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Notice that the allegory with the wheel appears for the first time in 1789 with in the observe a Bee Hive 🙂 

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CONCLUSION :

BACON is SHAKESPEARE

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Cross thread synchronicity...

I just opened my copy of THE SHAKESPEAREAN CIPHERS EXAMINED to page 67. The first words at the top:

"it was to some extent lightened by an ingenious machine known as the 'wheel'".

Too much fun! 🙂

 

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8 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Cross thread synchronicity...

I just opened my copy of THE SHAKESPEAREAN CIPHERS EXAMINED to page 67. The first words at the top:

"it was to some extent lightened by an ingenious machine known as the 'wheel'".

Too much fun! 🙂

 

It's a sign of Good Fortune ! 😄

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