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Hi Grand Master Kate, the very learned and mysterious W. F. C. Wigston published a couple of other works (given below) bringing to a total of five volumes on the interrelated subjects of Bacon, Shakespeare and the Rosicrucians, each and every one of them of enormous erudition and interest to all students of the subjects.  

 

The Columbus of Literaturehttps://archive.org/details/columbusliterat00conggoog/page/n7/mode/2up

A New Study of Shakespearehttps://archive.org/details/newstudyofshakes00wigs/page/n9/mode/2up

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Haha! 🤣Thanks for this info AP.

I just had another synchronicity. You know that we had all been looking at (thanks to Yann) the strange w on the Shakespeare inscription that matched the Bacon frontispiece, well I was scrolling through Wigston and landed on Page 72 (first book, at top) and I found a reference to the word ruh.

Take a look.

A copy of the page is on the left, the picture of Bacon and the monument inscription (with words from The Tempest) are not in the book, I just added them to show what I'm referring to. I wonder if this strange way of writing the w  to look like ru, stemmed from this word ruh to do with wind - mind - spirit ?

Kate

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 "For nothing is born without unity or without the point." amazon.com/dp/B0CLDKDPY8

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It’s certainly interesting - whether the ship of state, the ship of the soul (and mind) in our voyage through life, leave not a wreck behind is one other interpretation on the obvious one that all thoughts and worries eventually will count for nothing, as all dissolves like a whisper on the wind at death.FA22EB11-E99C-4286-BCFA-E58A26B52785.jpeg.153c362527a99753d8cabea33686b617.jpeg

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 "For nothing is born without unity or without the point." amazon.com/dp/B0CLDKDPY8

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Good Morning Kate. Great spot indeed !😀 If the strange "w" is a reference to "ruh" that is "Wind, Mind, S (Σ) pirit" , it could be a way to conceal Bacon ( W+M = 33) and his connection with Queen Elizabeth who was the personification on Earth of the celestial  Queen " Cassiopeia"  forming a M, a W or a Σ in she sky. 

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                                                                CONSTANCE M. POTT FOUNDING MOTHER OF THE FRANCIS BACON SOCIETY.

Constance Pott was the Founding Mother of the Francis Bacon Society. She had the zeal and energy of a true pioneer which led to the forming of the Francis Bacon Society in 1885 whose infectious enthusiasm inspired those around her. Her two major works Francis Bacon and his Secret Society andThe Promus and Formularies pay testimony to her relentless energy and commitment to her hero Francis Bacon and the seeking out of the secrets of his life and writings, including his concealed authorship of the Shakespeare works. For me, at the height of her considerable intellectual powers, she most probably knew more about the life and writings of FB and his Shakespeare works than anyone else then alive. I have always found her a great inspiration and think of her often when I write my own articles.  In addition to her two aforementioned monumental publications, Constance wrote more than sixty articles for Baconiana covering a wide range of subjects focusing in particular on Bacon, Shakespeare and the Rosicrucians. Her towering intellect, unrivalled knowledged of Bacon-Shakespeare and Herculean output, established in perpetuity her place in the pantheon of Baconian scholarship, ensuring she will never be forgotten by true lovers of FB and Shakespeare. 

See also Constance M. Pott, Obiter Dicta of Bacon and Shakespeare on Manners, Mind, Morals (London: Robert Banks & Son, 1900). 

For her articles in Baconiana see A. M. Challinor, An Index to Baconiana and its predecessors, 1886-1999 (The Francis Bacon Society, 2001), pp. 50-1. 

For a hearfelt and touching obituary 'In Memoriam' see Baconiana, Vol. XIII, No. 52, (Third Series), October, 1915, pp. 244-8.

 

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I bet there was a LOT going on in her mind in 1881, the Janus of numbers connecting Past and Future. 😉

CONSTANCE is 136 Revers cipher (BACON SHAKESPEARE).

POTT is 67 Simple and Kaye ciphers (FRANCIS) , and 33 Reverse cipher (BACON). She was born to be who she was and for her role in Bacon's future still unfolding.

She pulled the Veil back for us.

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