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Hi Yann,

For the purpose of the following cipher the title page of the Memoriae is divided into two by the line three quarters of the way down the page. Above the line there are 83 letters and below the line 5 words and the addition of the date (1+6+2+6=15): 83+5+15=103 Shakespeare. Thus the title page cryptically conveys that Francis Bacon is Shakespeare. 

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This verse by Thomas Randolph (one of the 'sons' of Ben Jonson, editor and contributor of two verses to the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio) is in many ways the most revealing in the Memoriae. The repeated message is loud and clear Francis Bacon, High Priest of the World, is our supreme poet and dramatist Shakespeare.

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17 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Yann,

For the purpose of the following cipher the title page of the Memoriae is divided into two by the line three quarters of the way down the page. Above the line there are 83 letters and below the line 5 words and the addition of the date (1+6+2+6=15): 83+5+15=103 Shakespeare. Thus the title page cryptically conveys that Francis Bacon is Shakespeare. 

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Thank you A Phoenix !❤️ The fact is that I was counting the number of letters few minutes ago (Synchronicity) 😊

I would like to add that if there are indeed 83 letters above the line, there are 33 letters below it.

83 +33 = 116

It echoes the 11 lines above the line and the 3 below it, confirming the importance of the number 116.

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1 hour ago, A Phoenix said:

This verse by Thomas Randolph (one of the 'sons' of Ben Jonson, editor and contributor of two verses to the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio) is in many ways the most revealing in the Memoriae. The repeated message is loud and clear Francis Bacon, High Priest of the World, is our supreme poet and dramatist Shakespeare.

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I think that Elegy 4 is also interesting.

In his translation of this Elegy William A. Sutton writes :

After that more eloborately he rises on the loftier tragic buskin, and the stagirite (like) Virbius comes to life again in Novum Organum. The Columbus of Apollo with his lordly crew passes beyond the Pillars of Hercules in order to bestow a new world and new arts.

The fact is that in the original text written in Latin, the Pillars of Hercules are named ...

"Calpen superbo Abylamq, vincit remige Phoebi Columbus, artibus novis Novum Daturus Orbem".

I have just realized that the names of the Pillars of Hercules are : CALPE and ABYLA

https://sirbacon.org/Parker/Parker_ManesVerulamiani.pdf

Here is the same Elegy transcribed by Willard Parker in 1927 :

Oh, when his stage‐shaking buskin rose up so tragic, like Virbius,
Sprang into being the Stagerite new‐lived in Novum Organum,
Proud leaves Columbus the Pillars Calpe and Abyla behind him,
Destined to give to his fellows new worlds and arts as a heritage;

Interestingly,  COLUMBUS  = 100 = FRANCIS BACON (Simple cipher)

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And evidently, I took a look to CALPE and ABYLA ...

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73 is the gematria of Hokmah (The Hebrew word for Wisdom)

This is only a suggestion but what if there was a double meaning ?

"Proud leaves FRANCIS BACON WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE and Wisdom behind him,

destined to give to his fellows new worlds and art as a heritage."

 

 

 

 

 

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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 

This morning, I woke up with a number in mind : 248.

FRANCIS BACON = 100 and  WILLIAM TUDOR = 148

FRANCIS BACON WILLIAM TUDOR = 248

Having never explored this number before, I decided to take a look at the 248th page of the First Folio.

This is page 230 of COMEDIES, the Beginning of ... All's Well that Ends Well.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/248/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

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F BACON  - Mother H (the Queen Mother of consonants) tudor

"In delivering my sonne from me"

And another important message was concealed in the right column ...

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Notice the big coma right after the word "speech" that is the 66th or the 67th word depending on whether we count "birth-right" as one or two words.

67 = FRANCIS (Simple cipher)

66 = FRA BACONI (Simple cipher)

Similarly, "Key" is the 57th or the 58th word.

57 = FRA BACON (Simple cipher)

58 = HANG-HOG that is "the latten for Bacon".

By counting "birth-right" as two words the 33rd word is "Trust"

Kerub is the hebrew word for sweet child (Cherubin in french) but also, in theology, the word for Angel.

https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Kerub

"A member of the second order of angels, whose distinctive gift is knowledge, often represented as a winged child or winged head of a child."

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"Of Truth" - Francis Bacon's Essayes (1625)

With kerub, the winged child in mind, I wonder if the following sentence "keep thy friend under thy own lifes key" could be a hidden reference to "Under the shadow of thy wings".

SUB UMBRA ALARUM TUARUM

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https://archive.org/details/mirrorofmaiestie00hggoiala/page/10/mode/2up?view=theater

 

 

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24 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Here is something else that, for me, confirms the hidden ben/kerub ...

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/248/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

Right below thy "blood" we have the anagram of..

Good chyld

https://www.wordsense.eu/chyld/

😊

Interesting how the page does appear to make the letters F BACon TVDoR stand out. Why caps specifically on those lines?

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1 hour ago, Allisnum2er said:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LORD BACON !

 

Yann, Allisnum2er, you blow my mind! And believe me that takes quite a punch as my mind has been vastly expanded!

I'm cheering! My breath taken away! How do you see so well? You were born with it, but obviously nurture it! 🙂

WOW! Brilliant!!

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1 hour ago, Allisnum2er said:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LORD BACON !

 

Hi Yann,

Only you with your rare mind and rare learning is able to make these arcane links and connections and infuse them with brilliant light and profound meaning revealing hidden truths illuminating the life and writings of the Great One.

Thank you for this great gift on Lord Bacon's Birthday.  

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Hi Rob, Hi A Phoenix,

My sincere thanks to both of you for your messages that go straight to my heart and thank you for your precious support.❤️

I am very glad you like the video and I look forward to sharing with you the second part of the video that will be the fruit of my research on "Minerva Britanna". I initially planned to share the two videos together yesterday but, having to deal with my persistent headache, I have had just enough time to finish the first part 😅

And before to go back to the editing of the 2nd part, I have the beautiful present about Manes Verulamiani to unwrap !😊

Warm regards.

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2 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I can't wait!!! 🙂

 

Here is a little taste 😊 !

In fact, I am not sure that it will be in the 2nd part , so I share it with you here.

This is something that I discovered two days ago during the making of my video.

But I had not enough time to incorporate it.

It concerns the Bacon-Butter Line.

With the Apostles in mind, I realised that Nathanael/Nathaniel could be the link between Bacon and Butter.

Indeed, Nathaniel Bacon was the half-brother of Francis Bacon and we have already talked about Nathaniel Butter with the Belman of London ...

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... but we have also " If you know not me, You know no bodie".

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Then I discovered that Nathaniel Bacon was a Painter.

And what a surprise when I discovered his self portrait painted circa 1620.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ef/Nathaniel_Bacon_-_Zelfportret_van_Sir_Nathaniel_Bacon_(1585-1627)_-_NPG_L260_-_National_Portrait_Gallery.jpg

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Could it be one of the origin of the Droeshout Portrait ?

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Hi Rob and A Phoenix,

Here is a little gift for the Groundhog day.

I think that I found a second link to Minerva Britanna concealed by Francis Bacon on page 53 of HISTORIES.

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https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n81/mode/2up

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VIVITUR INGENIO CAETERA MORTIS ERUNT

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I remind you that a reference to "Vivitur Ingenio caetera mortis erunt" can be found in The Shepheardes Calender published in 1579.

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Notice that Colins Emblem is missing for the month of DECEMBER (25 ?).

But the meaning of the missing emblem is given ...

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I AM ALPHA AND  OMEGA, THE BEGINNING AND THE END.

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Happy Groundhog Day !

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4 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

Hi Rob and A Phoenix,

Here is a little gift for the Groundhog day.

I think that I found a second link to Minerva Britanna concealed by Francis Bacon on page 53 of HISTORIES.

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https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n81/mode/2up

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This is the 39th Emblem of the Book ( 39 = F. BACON)

VIVITUR INGENIO CAETERA MORTIS ERUNT

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I remind you that a reference to "Vivitur Ingenio caetera mortis erunt" can be found in The Shepheardes Calender published in 1579.

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Notice that Colins Emblem is missing for the month of DECEMBER (25 ?).

But the meaning of the missing emblem is given ...

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I AM ALPHA AND  OMEGA, THE BEGINNING AND THE END.

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Happy Groundhog Day !

Hi Allisnum2ber

Thank you for the link to Joris Hoefnagelil's amazing 430 year-old book of engravings from nature. Stupendous! The title translates (I think) as "Archetypal Studies of the Father". Clearly, he saw God as Nature and Nature as God. And thank you also for the famous poem at the end of your post. Like most people, I only knew the first line. In the last line, the word "limns" I think simply means "paints". 

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Hi Allisnum2ber

Thank you for the link to Joris Hoefnagelil's amazing 430 year-old book of engravings from nature. Stupendous! The title translates (I think) as "Archetypal Studies of the Father". Clearly, he saw God as Nature and Nature as God. And thank you also for the famous poem at the end of your post. Like most people, I only knew the first line. In the last line, the word "limns" I think simply means "paints". 

Hi Eric,

Thank you. I totally agree with you, this is an incredible book.

I most like the first Emblem at the beginning of each of the 4 parts.

https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n3/mode/2up

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https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n29/mode/2up

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https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n55/mode/2up

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https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n81/mode/2up

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It seems to be about Time .

Notice the wings on the first and last Emblems of this series.

I wonder if the four parts represent the four seasons.

Anyway, each part contains 13 Emblems : 1 + 12

like the 12 zodiac signs (Pars Prima) and the 12 hours (Pars Secunda)

And here is something I did not take the time to share yesterday ...

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HOMO BULLA = 93 # I.C.

And I  like the results with the 26 letter Alphabet 🙂

I think that this book hides more secrets.

4 Emblems ( 31 - 34 - 43 - 45) mentions an Aenigma (31+34+43+45 =153)

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Regarding Francis Bacon's Poem, I like the fact that the first stance contains ... 53 words ! 🙂 

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Hi Eric,

Thank you. I totally agree with you, this is an incredible book.

I most like the first Emblem at the beginning of each of the 4 parts.

https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n3/mode/2up

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https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n29/mode/2up

Book page image

https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n55/mode/2up

Book page image

https://archive.org/details/archetypastvdiaq00hoef/page/n81/mode/2up

Book page image

It seems to be about Time .

Notice the wings on the first and last Emblems of this series.

I wonder if the four parts represent the four seasons.

Anyway, each part contains 13 Emblems : 1 + 12

like the 12 zodiac signs (Pars Prima) and the 12 hours (Pars Secunda)

And here is something I did not take the time to share yesterday ...

image.png.90685e533fd10cce33d9000015251c7e.png

HOMO BULLA = 93 # I.C.

And I  like the results with the 26 letter Alphabet 🙂

I think that this book hides more secrets.

4 Emblems ( 31 - 34 - 43 - 45) mentions an Aenigma (31+34+43+45 =153)

Book page image

Regarding Francis Bacon's Poem, I like the fact that the first stance contains ... 53 words ! 🙂 

 

Hi Yann

Thank you so much for introducing me to the astonishing work of Hoefnagel.

If you haven't seen it already, I think you will like the link at the end of this post.

 

 

Joris Hoefnagel (1542-1601)

Self-taught artist Joris Hoefnagel was a central figure in the history of the art of the Netherlands, both as the last important Flemish manuscript illuminator, and as one of the first artists to work in the new genre of Still Life. A real Renaissance man, Hoefnagel wrote Latin poetry, mastered several languages, played a variety of musical instruments, and made, in addition to his drawings and illuminations, topographic drawings, maps, and oil paintings.

Born of wealthy merchant parents, Hoefnagel traveled to England, France and Spain in his youth, then developing his experiments in topographical drawings, which were then used as models for a six-volume atlas. He studied from 1560 to 1562 at the University of Orleans and Bourges, before being driven away by the first war of religion (Annex I). He stayed in Spain from 1563 to 1567. During a stay in London in 1568-1569, he befriended Johannes Radermacher, to whom he dedicated a set of 24 plates entitled Patientia. In the autumn of 1577, when Spanish troops had invaded Antwerp ("The Spanish Fury") in November 1576, causing the exile of many merchants and artists, Hoefnagel traveled south with the very famous cartographer Abraham Ortelius. During this trip, Albert V, Duke of Bavaria, hired Hoefnagel as an artist of his court. It was at this time that Hoefnagel made his first major work, a book in several volumes of miniatures of natural history.

From 1561 to 1562, Georg Bocskay, the secretary of Emperor Ferdinand I, had created a handwritten book of calligraphy models in Vienna to demonstrate his technical mastery of the immense range of writing styles known to him.

 In 1591, Hoefnagel was appointed court artist in Prague by the Germanic Roman Emperor Rudolf II, grandson of Ferdinand, a collector known not only for his art but for his Kunstkammer, or Cabinet of curiosities that contained bones, shellfish, fossils and other natural specimens. For Rudolph II, Hoefnagel again demonstrated his amazing technical ease by adding paintings to the calligraphy manuscript written thirty years earlier by Georg Bocskay, and now preserved in the collection of the J Museum. Paul Getty. Hoefnagel added fruits, flowers and insects to almost every page, arranging them in such a way as to strengthen the unity and balance of the page design. It was one of the most unusual collaborations between scribe and painter in the history of illumination.

Hoefnagel's meticulous images of nature then influenced the development of the painting of the Flemish Still Lifes.

In addition to its illuminations of insects, fruits and flowers, Hoefnagel added to the Model Book a section on the construction of the letters of the alphabet in upper and lowercase letters.

http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails? artobj=1756

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Jacob Hoefnagel Allegory of Life and Death 1598

 

 

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21 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Hi Yann

Thank you so much for introducing me to the astonishing work of Hoefnagel.

If you haven't seen it already, I think you will like the link at the end of this post.

I agree, thank you Yann for another amazing book I would never know about!

Thank you, Eric for digging deeper!

Curious the 9 x 9 grid with 81 squares. Any two rows will have 18 squares whether horizontal, vertical, and even diagonal when the cross the center square.

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Hi Yann

Thank you so much for introducing me to the astonishing work of Hoefnagel.

If you haven't seen it already, I think you will like the link at the end of this post.

 

 

Joris Hoefnagel (1542-1601)

Self-taught artist Joris Hoefnagel was a central figure in the history of the art of the Netherlands, both as the last important Flemish manuscript illuminator, and as one of the first artists to work in the new genre of Still Life. A real Renaissance man, Hoefnagel wrote Latin poetry, mastered several languages, played a variety of musical instruments, and made, in addition to his drawings and illuminations, topographic drawings, maps, and oil paintings.

Born of wealthy merchant parents, Hoefnagel traveled to England, France and Spain in his youth, then developing his experiments in topographical drawings, which were then used as models for a six-volume atlas. He studied from 1560 to 1562 at the University of Orleans and Bourges, before being driven away by the first war of religion (Annex I). He stayed in Spain from 1563 to 1567. During a stay in London in 1568-1569, he befriended Johannes Radermacher, to whom he dedicated a set of 24 plates entitled Patientia. In the autumn of 1577, when Spanish troops had invaded Antwerp ("The Spanish Fury") in November 1576, causing the exile of many merchants and artists, Hoefnagel traveled south with the very famous cartographer Abraham Ortelius. During this trip, Albert V, Duke of Bavaria, hired Hoefnagel as an artist of his court. It was at this time that Hoefnagel made his first major work, a book in several volumes of miniatures of natural history.

From 1561 to 1562, Georg Bocskay, the secretary of Emperor Ferdinand I, had created a handwritten book of calligraphy models in Vienna to demonstrate his technical mastery of the immense range of writing styles known to him.

 In 1591, Hoefnagel was appointed court artist in Prague by the Germanic Roman Emperor Rudolf II, grandson of Ferdinand, a collector known not only for his art but for his Kunstkammer, or Cabinet of curiosities that contained bones, shellfish, fossils and other natural specimens. For Rudolph II, Hoefnagel again demonstrated his amazing technical ease by adding paintings to the calligraphy manuscript written thirty years earlier by Georg Bocskay, and now preserved in the collection of the J Museum. Paul Getty. Hoefnagel added fruits, flowers and insects to almost every page, arranging them in such a way as to strengthen the unity and balance of the page design. It was one of the most unusual collaborations between scribe and painter in the history of illumination.

Hoefnagel's meticulous images of nature then influenced the development of the painting of the Flemish Still Lifes.

In addition to its illuminations of insects, fruits and flowers, Hoefnagel added to the Model Book a section on the construction of the letters of the alphabet in upper and lowercase letters.

http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails? artobj=1756

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Jacob Hoefnagel Allegory of Life and Death 1598

 

 

WOW !!! Thank you Eric.

You know me well ! 🙂 

Indeed, I like when things had come full circle. 😊

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https://www.gutenberg.org/files/50143/50143-h/50143-h.htm

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4 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

WOW !!! Thank you Eric.

You know me well ! 🙂 

Indeed, I like when things had come full circle. 😊

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https://www.gutenberg.org/files/50143/50143-h/50143-h.htm

Let's keep those revolutions a comin'! LOL

https://archive.org/details/collectionofembl00withe/page/157/mode/1up?view=theater

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19 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

WOW !!! Thank you Eric.

You know me well ! 🙂 

Indeed, I like when things had come full circle. 😊

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https://www.gutenberg.org/files/50143/50143-h/50143-h.htm

 

Lost Palace of Nonsuch                                                        

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Painted by Joris Hoefnagel, 1568

 

https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O1365705/nonsuch-palace-from-the-south-watercolour-hoefnagel-joris/?carousel-image=2016JL3644

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-surrey-38274938

 

https://www.friendsoflydiardpark.org.uk/news/blog-post/the-lost-palace-of-nonsuch/

 

 

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