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As I write this, we are at the end of Day 144, May 24.

144 is the Simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON.

Day 144 is in Sonnet 61.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet061

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If you add up the first letters of the 14 lines of Sonnet 61 the Simple cipher is 177.

177 is the Simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#cipherSonnet061

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Is it thy Will?

IS it thy wil,thy Image should keepe open

 

I Will keepe this short and Simple.

Is this just a coincidence?

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Thank you very much Rob (Light-of Truth)🙏.❤️ And this is not for keeping it short and simple !😁

Thanks to your post I just noticed something that linked this sonnet 61 with the 2 most important sonnets about BACON and his Queen Mother.

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Here is my take on the Sonnet 143 :

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And here is the link to your amazing work on Sonnet 33 :

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

Addendum : Sonnet 1 + Sonnet 33 + Sonnet 143 = 177

WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE

 Joy 😊

 

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Allisnum2er I am so thrilled to took some time and connected Sonnet 143. I knew you would, but we get busy in life and some days we can't do Bacon stuff. Last few days are like that for me, and next few. But after the day is winding down I can step away from life and Baconate.

BTW:

ALL IS NUM TWO ER is 182 with our modern 26 letter codes.

Bacon's 24 letter code which we mostly use as guides - reveals ONE EIGHTY TWO is 157 Simple and 287 Kaye ciphers. A total Secret Seal signature, both of the "As" in the series that is most important (157 and 287). You, Allisnum2er, Yann, are one of us who are born to be here and tell Bacon's story! 😉

You shared this as part of a slide:

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Brilliant, amazing!! You have no idea how amazing!!

So we opened a can of worms. The number 144 I know very well over many years, in the Sonnets Design. 143 here on B'Hive I learned that QUEEN ELIZABETH is 143 Simple cipher. That solved a Universe of questions as of course 144 follows 143 and usually in very key places in the Sonnets design, all connected. At times the two numbers are at a place where one level goes to the next.

Real quick, we hit on Day 143/144, and Sonnet 143 and 144 next.

TIP: Any number under 154 has three places; Sonnets, Days, and Lines.

Line 143 and 144 are in Sonnet 11. (I'm thinking OF COURSE they are in  an 11).

The first 14 letters of each line of Sonnet 11 add up to 157 Simple cipher. Other numbers as well connect, just like Sonnet 61 and 143.

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Sonnet 11 is so important, the end of the first Tier. The way it works is 26 Days, 11 Sonnets, and 154 lines are the Key to the Pyramid design. The end of Sonnet 11 is the first place where Days and Lines sync up with a Sonnet. 154 Lines, 26 Days, perfect. Midnight!

Days and Lines sync up every 77 lines. That works out as every 5 and half Sonnets. So there are 28 places in the Sonnet design where Lines and Days connect. 154/28 (154 Sonnets divided by 28 is 5.5 Sonnets). Just math. Every 77 Lines a Day (154/2) ends at 11:59.59 PM, and the next Day starts at 12:00:00 midnight. Every 154 Lines a new Sonnet will start at the same line as the Day. Just math. That is the 14 Tiered Pyramid. The "Primary" design, perfect in all ways. But Day 77 ends a cycle, Day 78 begins one every half of a 14 Tier design. Those 77 Lines are in a 28 Tier design with every Tier being 77 Lines. Just math, and I want to show a little.

The ciphers and even plain text words that Bacon wrote where 143 and 144 touch is valuable. We could kick that a lot around some day. But for me right now, as everyone's eyes glaze over, I'm going to share some math. Not because I expect anyone to get fired up or understand, but because it needs to be said for whoever may be ready and stumble on it.

🙂

So Day 144 is basically at a place where the 78th Line begins. Day 143 was everything up to the 77th Line of that place.

We are talking about a 28 Tier design. Every five and half Sonnets, and every 77 Lines, a Tier ends and begins in a 28 Tier design. It's just math.

See Day 143 ends at 11:59:59 PM and Day 144 begins at Midnight.

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I sometimes say how the Sonnets Pyramid design is amazing on the math level even without the Bacon/Shakespeare/Tudor theory. This design is the "Magic Table" of all magic tables. Bacon and Dee.

So where does Day 144 appear in a 28 Tier design?

Well is the first Day after passing beyond the 11th Tier.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyras10.htm

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For anyone who reads my stuff, the number 11 is BIG. It seems to represent one level to another, past to future, and so on.

144 is the Simple cipher SIR FRANCIS BACON.

143 is the Simple cipher of QUEEN ELIZABETH.

If we think about one level to another, one that comes to mind is from the womb into the World. Elizabeth to Francis is BIG.

Day 143 is the final Day of the 11th Tier. Day 144 begins a brand new Tier.

Let me share some coincidence ideas. 🙂

Below is a cropped screenshot on a few Pyramid designs in a Table. See link above to check it out.

See where Day 144 has some good company with numbers as the first Day after the 11th Tier. The red numbers I added to the image represents how the Pyramid is divided with the number of Tiers. We use the same numbers all over, but the math is amazing!

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28 Tier design - every 77 Lines a new Tier begins, every 5.5 Sonnets. Day 144 is the first Day beginning at Midnight after the 11th Tier.

144 is the Simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON.

26 Tier design - every 14 Days a new Tier begins, every 14 Days. The first Day in this design is Day 155.

155 is the Simple cipher of WILL SHAKESPEARE.

22 Tier design - every 7 Sonnets a new Tier begins. 154 Sonnets divided by 7 is 22 groups of Sonnets. 22 Tiers. Day 183 is when the 11th Tier passes.

183 is the middle Day of the year. (Day 365 is the "O", the Ouroboros, snake eating its tale, so on.) I'll explain in depth in another post some day.

ONE EIGHTY THREE is 157 Simple and 365 Kaye cipher.

Day 183 has 182 Days before and 182 Days after.

ONE EIGHT TWO is 157 Simple and 287 Kaye cipher.

183 is in some ways the "Peak" of the Pyramid Sealed with 157 and 365, on both sides (FACEing past and future) are 182 Days, 157 and 287 to completely Seal all three Days.

14 Tier design - The Primary and mathematically "perfect" design, we pass Tier 11 and enter Day 287. Perhaps THE most important place in all of the Sonnets. Even more important than when you pass beyond Sonnet 66 (with its two T's and 11 A's) to begin the 7th Tier in Day 157 and Sonnet 67.

Always from 11 to another place.

Scratching the surface here. Not even starting on Sonnet 143/144 and where they appear and what numbers show up. Nor what Sonnet 11 with Lines 143 and 144 tell about Bacon's life. Merely showing how in whatever Tier design we work with passing through 11 tends to have some Bacon.

11 Tier design - pass beyond 11 Tiers and the next Day 365. (See above). A complete cycle. Yet cycles in cycles. What did John Wilkins say in emblem 157 about this? On the tip of my tongue...

Summary below.

First four lines of Day 287 in the 14 Tier design after passing beyond the 11th Tier (double T typos as it is in the original 1609 printed edition😞

TThy guift,,thy tables,are within my braine
Full characterd with lasting memory,
Which shall aboue that idle rancke remaine
Beyond all date euen to eternity.

Coincidences, math, numbers, what can I say. Even after 400 years it is still in the shadow. Glassy eyes reflecting back, missing somewhat Simple math.

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Hi Rob (ala Dr Dee) your Baconian synapses are on fire. How you wrestle with all this is an absolute marvel and wonder. Like all true pioneers you are continually pushing at the boundaries travelling beyond the Pillars of Hercules in search of new knowledge and new ways of seeing things. Thank You.

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Talking about the number 11 and passing beyond the 11th Tiers from Sonnet 121 to Sonnet 122 ,

I would like to share with you some thoughts about the Sonnet 121 that is the acme of the number 11.

Indeed, with the Sonnet 121 we are at the end of the 11th Tiers and 121 = 11 x 11 . 😊

Sonnet 121 is very important  with its famous "I am that I am" in reference to Exode 3:14 , and much more ...

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/202/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/220/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

 

 

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Good Afternoon High Wizard of B'Hive. For me it will always be one of the great wonders of Baconian scholarship how you possess such a rare arcane knowledge of the writings of Bacon-Shakespeare and the even rarer intelligence to connect, integrate and illuminate these texts in bringing to light evidence and information that has remained hidden for centuries.  Awesome.

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Good Evening A Phoenix. Thank you very much. I do not know what to answer to your very kind words and those of Rob yesterday !

The numbers are my guides, I follow my intuition, and try to give credit to all my ideas even the most implausible ones, working on each and every ones in order to see what emerges. 

For the anecdote, I discovered the number 121 , three years ago, the 22nd of January 2019 ( By a Twist of Fate 😊), following one of these ideas :

"What if the truth about Francis Bacon was concealed in a token ?"

An important  fact is that one month earlier, I had learned about the connection between Francis Bacon and Janus, the two-faced God of Doorways, through the inspiring work of Mr Simon Miles on  "The Merchant of Venice".

I decided to take a look at coins and tokens engraved in France, England and Netherlands at certain years of importance for Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare.

I finally found an extraordinary token engraved in 1609 , the year of parution of both The Shakespeare's Sonnets and The Wisdom of the Ancients by Francis Bacon.

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For me, there was a resting spear-shaker on one side and Lord Francis Bacon with Hermes/Mercury on the other side ...

THE TWO-FACED JANUS

And by using the simple cipher I discovered that 

PLUS VIGILA = 121

FRANCISCI BACONI (in Latin)= 121

MERCURIUS (in Latin) = 121

By the way :

SWEET SWAN = 121

And I realized that the 121st page of the First Folio was the page number 103 , 103 being the simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE.

Moreover  the 121st page is on the 61st leaf of the First Folio and JANUS = 61 (simple cipher)

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Much Adoe about Nothing (Page 103)

"I cannot hide what I am" # "I am that I am"

This is the same reference to Jean qui rit/Jean qui pleure, Democritus/Heraclitus, than in "The Merchant of Venice".

Was I right or  wrong, I did not know !

But it was the beginning of fabulous discoveries.😊

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Allisnum2er (Yann) mentioned the other day:

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Talking about the number 11 and passing beyond the 11th Tiers from Sonnet 121 to Sonnet 122 ,

I would like to share with you some thoughts about the Sonnet 121 that is the acme of the number 11.

Indeed, with the Sonnet 121 we are at the end of the 11th Tiers and 121 = 11 x 11 . 😊

Sonnet 121 is very important  with its famous "I am that I am" in reference to Exode 3:14 , and much more ...

I've been wanting to continue with this but have been busy. Now I have a little break, so will share something.

Line 121 is in Sonnet 9 and is in Day 21 (January 21).

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet009

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Line 121 original spelling:

Looke what an vnthrift in the world doth spend

L is 11 Simple cipher.

Notice the first full line of January 22 is Line 126. Sonnet 126 the first letters are 157 Simple and 287 Kaye using the 26 letter codes the same WILLIAM TUDOR I with the 24 letter codes. The Reverse cipher with lines 2-12 using the 26 letter codes is 155 the Simple cipher of WILL SHAKESPEARE using the 24 letter codes. It is a very important Sonnet mentioned previously in another thread.

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So if we add the first letters of Sonnet 9 which has Line 121, we can continue the coincidences from a few days ago:

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The Reverse cipher of the first letters of all 14 lines is 177 the Simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

The Reverse cipher of the first letters of lines 2-12 is 143 the Simple cipher of QUEEN ELIZABETH.

Take a peek at the ciphers using the 26 letter codes as well.

Remember the last line of Sonnet 9 is the first full line of Bacon's Birthday, January 22.

Here's something odd. In the facsimile notice the period after 9 and 10:

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On the next page the 10 does not have a period. In all of the Sonnets only two other Sonnets have a period after the number; Sonnet 18 and Sonnet 122. I haven't looked into the Sonnet 18 purpose, but we know Sonnet 122 is the first Sonnet after passing through the 11th Tier which begins with Day 287 with it's double "T" typo.

TThy guift,,thy tables,are within my braine
Full characterd with lasting memory,
Which shall aboue that idle rancke remaine
Beyond all date euen to eternity.

It seems the period on this page with Sonnet 9 is suggesting we "Looke" deeper. And that is what we are doing. 😉

Listen to this, in the 14 Tier Pyramid design we have 11 Sonnets in each Tier with 154 lines. Each Tier is a microcosm of the entire collection of 154 Sonnets. "As above, so below". So if we were to divide these 154 lines of each Tier into 14 Tiers, then Line 121 would be the end of the 11th Tier and Line 122 would begin the 12th Tier just as Sonnet 122 where Day 287 begins. And Sonnet 122 has the period.

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All these coincidences are pretty amazing, aren't they? 🙂

We see the same and similar numbers show up with the number 11, and Bacon's birthday now pops up as well.

OK, back to work for me. I may share more later if the day allows...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Line 121 original spelling:

Looke what an vnthrift in the world doth spend

L is 11 Simple cipher.

Notice the first full line of January 22 is Line 126. Sonnet 126 the first letters are 157 Simple and 287 Kaye using the 26 letter codes the same WILLIAM TUDOR I with the 24 letter codes. The Reverse cipher with lines 2-12 using the 26 letter codes is 155 the Simple cipher of WILL SHAKESPEARE using the 24 letter codes. It is a very important Sonnet mentioned previously in another thread.

Wow ! Thank you again Rob ! Indeed, the coincidences are pretty amazing ! 😀

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I did not forget your post about the Sonnets 126 and 99. Thanks to you I learned that 126 was WILL TUDOR (simple cipher) and 99 was WILL TUDOR (Reverse cipher).

You  probably noticed that in Sonnet 126 ( WILL TUDOR - 24 simple cipher) the first letters of all lines of the Sonnet add to 148 ( WILLIAM TUDOR - 24 simple cipher ) and 157 (WILLIAM TUDOR I - 26 simple cipher).

And I love the numbers behind Sonnet 9 : 173 or 17/3 or R.C. the Rosy Cross , 177 or WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, and 303 # 33 or BACON.

After all 9 is thrice three ! 🙂 

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/159/index.html%3Fzoom=800.html

Loves Labour's Lost Page 141 (Simple cipher of FRANCIS TUDOR)

Regarding the 1st line of Sonnet 122 I just noticed that it was line ... 1696  !!!

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I think that 1696 would be a year of choice to hide the truth about Bacon in a book !

Ohhhh ... but wait ... A book was published in 1696

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https://archive.org/details/essaysorcouncils01baco/page/n7/mode/2up

Do you remember the famous page 99 (WILL TUDOR - Reverse cipher) ...

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What if I told you that there is a second page 99, in Francis Bacon's Essays ? 🙂 

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Just a coincidence ? 🙂  

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Mighty Yann!

You reminded me of things I already forgot! 99 and 126, and more. Even things I brought up!

I am at the age when I need a scribe to take notes. LOL

I Will say I went to sleep last night thinking of 173 as R=17 and C=3 (17 and 3 is 173). Can't remember why though. 😉

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Regarding the 1st line of Sonnet 122 I just noticed that it was line ... 1696  !!!

Hmm, 1696?

1 is 1, and 6+9+6 is 21, so 121. 11x11 which is so connected to 122. "TThy guift, thy tables..."

Pass through the double T's which is also an 11 and on Line 1696 as you found out, into the next level (now into 122 after passing). Day 287 in this case.

The consistent theme I see is about "Passing beyond 11 to the next level", over and over, and over again. I suspect there is something about that more important than just number/word play. The lessons are here in our face. But what is the actual experience we are supposed to go through? It's not merely number play. It is possibly a life changing experience that will help the entire world. As individuals, and as societies.

Fun, way fun! Amazing synchronicity, but not a "game" at all. Is Bacon about ready to slap me on the side of the head and say, "Wake up you Foole! Get it! Figure it out!!"

🙂

EDIT: Removed a statement that would need a lot of room to explain. It will come up again... 😉

 

 

 

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And I love the numbers behind Sonnet 9 : 173 or 17/3 or R.C. the Rosy Cross

It appears we are doing serious RC work. I am not a "member", may not even qualify. Yet everything about Bacon seems to be interwoven with the Rosicrucian plan that Bacon laid out. Just even this week the things we've revealed on the fly are of the Rose Crosse as we discover and learn.

Who are they? Or maybe more appropriate, who are we? I never filled out any paperwork or paid a fee, but can't help but feel I am a Brother in the Fra Rosi Crosse.

How can that be??

Is there a secret handShake I should know?

How do we Succeed? We need to reach our Goal, Bacon's dream. A New Atlantis.

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24 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Then after the page 99 see what is on 100.

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When Hempe is spun
England's done

Read what Bacon says about that Word Hempe. After Henry, Edward, Mary, Philip, and Elizabeth is FRANCIS BACON (100). 😉

 

 

Good evening Rob ! Would you believe me if I tell you that this morning I was thinking about the fact to talk about this page or not ? 🙂 

Synchronicity !

It reminds me the work of Ryan on Alchemy and the "Hempe's seed" ! 😉 

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On 5/26/2022 at 8:29 PM, Allisnum2er said:

Good Evening A Phoenix. Thank you very much. I do not know what to answer to your very kind words and those of Rob yesterday !

The numbers are my guides, I follow my intuition, and try to give credit to all my ideas even the most implausible ones, working on each and every ones in order to see what emerges. 

For the anecdote, I discovered the number 121 , three years ago, the 22nd of January 2019 ( By a Twist of Fate 😊), following one of these ideas :

"What if the truth about Francis Bacon was concealed in a token ?"

An important  fact is that one month earlier, I had learned about the connection between Francis Bacon and Janus, the two-faced God of Doorways, through the inspiring work of Mr Simon Miles on  "The Merchant of Venice".

I decided to take a look at coins and tokens engraved in France, England and Netherlands at certain years of importance for Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare.

I finally found an extraordinary token engraved in 1609 , the year of parution of both The Shakespeare's Sonnets and The Wisdom of the Ancients by Francis Bacon.

1051161430_PlusVigila.png.b20db5830dd457fd6ff78d924a36777f.png

 

For me, there was a resting spear-shaker on one side and Lord Francis Bacon with Hermes/Mercury on the other side ...

THE TWO-FACED JANUS

And by using the simple cipher I discovered that 

PLUS VIGILA = 121

FRANCISCI BACONI (in Latin)= 121

MERCURIUS (in Latin) = 121

By the way :

SWEET SWAN = 121

And I realized that the 121st page of the First Folio was the page number 103 , 103 being the simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE.

Moreover  the 121st page is on the 61st leaf of the First Folio and JANUS = 61 (simple cipher)

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Much Adoe about Nothing (Page 103)

"I cannot hide what I am" # "I am that I am"

This is the same reference to Jean qui rit/Jean qui pleure, Democritus/Heraclitus, than in "The Merchant of Venice".

Was I right or  wrong, I did not know !

But it was the beginning of fabulous discoveries.😊

Just seen this. Has anyone ever come up with alternatives meanings for sweet swan of Avon? Swans pulled Apollo in myth and as far as I can see the river Avon wasn’t named Avon until later and even then it referred to the Somerset part of the river. Avon in the Bible means ...

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But it may well have other meanings. I know the Stratfordians rely heavily on this reference to support their belief in Shakspur but has anyone ever convincingly picked it apart?  It may have been mentioned by Virgil or someone? Just curious to fill in the gaps in my knowledge. Thanks Yann 

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Hi Kate,

In The Advancement of Learning Bacon tells us that Ariosto:

'For herein the Inuention of one of the late Poets is proper, and doth well inrich the auncient fiction; for he faineth, that at the end of the threed or Webbe  of euery mans life, there was a little Medall containing the Persons name, and thatTime waited vpon the sheeres, and assoone as the threed was cut, caught the Medalls, and carried them to the Riuer of Lethe, and about the banke there were many Birds flying vp and downe, that would get the Medals and carry them in their Beke a little while, and then let them fall into the Riuer. Onely there were a fewe Swannes, which if they got a Name, would carrie it to a Temple, where it was consecrate. And although many men more mortall in their affections, then in their bodies, doe esteeme desire of name and memory, but as a vanitie and ventositie;

                                                                                                         Animi nil magnae laudis egentes

('Souls caring nothing for high praise')'

[Virgil, Aeneid, 5, 751]

[Michael Kiernan, ed., The Advancement of Learning (Oxford Clarendon Press, 2000), pp. 68-9/271].

 

 

 

 

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Hey Kate,

Watching your video yesterday you brought up the Double A's, also "AV" which makes the six-pointed Star I enjoy so much in my Sonnets Dedication solution:

Sonnets Dedication Poem Solution on B'Hive

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Busy day, yet AVON (52 Reverse cipher which is WILL Simple cipher and 74 Kaye cipher the Simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR) with your visual "AV" concept on my mind.

AV = 21 Simple cipher, or B=2 and A=1, or BA and the six-pointed Star as well.

(B)2+(A)1=(C)3, so now we have BAC. What follows? ON to make BACON? (AVON-AV=ON)

Sweet Swan of BACON.

 

 

 

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