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4 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

In the remainder of this section Professor Richards briefly focused on an outline of the achievements of the Riverbank Cipher Department:

The achievements of the Riverbank staff were threefold:

a. Intercepted materials were submitted for solution to the experts there by various departments of the Government until the Cipher Bureau was well established in the fall of 1917.

b. A vigorous training program was inaugurated at Riverbank under the auspices of the War Department. A group of four officers was trained in cryptography for six weeks in October-November 1917; a second group of some sixty officers was trained in January-February 1918; while the third, and last, group, consisting of seven or eight, was trained in March-April 1918. Mr. Friedman prepared the instructional material, gave the lectures, and directed the school, the first of its kind in American history.

c. Research was conducted in the theory of cryptanalysis and an extensive series of technical papers was published by the Laboratories. Most of these were by Mr. Friedman…1

                                                                                                                                                 
There follows a detailed list of the technical monographs published by the Riverbank Laboratories, mostly written by Friedman. In this very carefully worded section only one single paragraph refers to the Baconian ciphers. Even though Professor Richards has more than one occasion to refer to Dr Powell, he fails to point out the salient fact he authored The Greatest Work of Sir Francis Bacon, and while he lists the technical monographs he makes no mention whatsoever of the Baconian publications issued by Riverbank Cipher Department. In fact, remarkably he even fails to mention its cipher department issued several works on Bacon Bi-literal Cipher, all of them endorsing it. But while the plain text single paragraph on the Baconian-Shakespeare authorship says one thing on the surface it conceals a very important piece of cipher information. The single paragraph in which Bacon is mentioned has 103 words: 103 Shakespeare in simple cipher, secretly revealing the concealed message that Bacon is Shakespeare.

1. Theodore W. Richards, Historical Background of the Signal Security Agency (Army Security Agency, Washington DC, 1946), II, pp. 5-6.

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

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Hi A Phoenix

Reading between the lines, I take it that the US military co-opted the Riverbank Studios in the aftermath of WW1 and proceeded to bury the very work that Riverbank was set up to do. How very NSA.

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4 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Eric,

That is more or less what happened.

Riverbank and the Riverbank Cipher Department has still not yielded all its secrets.

UK, US and French Intelligence are all privy to the secret Lord Bacon is Shakespeare.

 

It could possibly be argued without too much of a stretch of one's imagination that the truth about Bacon could be considered a State Secret by England. The Royal family might have a bit of influence on what can be told and what cannot.

The Riverbank Cipher Department might have taken care to not embarrass anybody important in England. 😉

 

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16 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Eric,

That is more or less what happened.

Riverbank and the Riverbank Cipher Department has still not yielded all its secrets.

UK, US and French Intelligence are all privy to the secret Lord Bacon is Shakespeare.

 

Hi A Phoenix

Mind officially blown by the implications of your last statement - nothing short of an act of mass mind control.

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Hi Rob,

The truth about Bacon's secret life and writings is a State Secret known to MI5 and MI6, a reach which extends throughout the education system, up to and including UK universities, most importantly the likes of Oxford and Cambridge and their prestigious university presses, major UK publishing houses, as well as various outlets of the national press.   

 

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32 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Rob,

The truth about Bacon's secret life and writings is a State Secret known to MI5 and MI6, a reach which extends throughout the education system, up to and including UK universities, most importantly the likes of Oxford and Cambridge and their prestigious university presses, major UK publishing houses, as well as various outlets of the national press.   

 

Hi A Phoenix

Just a comment: I should think that the most effective form of mind control is when the subject doesn't realise that they've been brainwashed, but think their thoughts are their own. I was a prime example.

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Hi Eric,

I remember when I first read Dodd's Francis Bacon's Personal Life Story at a time when I knew nothing about FB. At some point he mentioned that FB secretly wrote the Shakespeare works. I laughed out loud and thought there is no way that could possibly be true. I mean, I reasoned with myself, if that was the case all the professors and universities around the world would be singing it from the rooftops. Talk about being innocent and naive! When I realized the full Baconian Truth it was a revelation that profoundly changed my own cerebral world and the future direction of my life.    

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8 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

In the remainder of this section Professor Richards briefly focused on an outline of the achievements of the Riverbank Cipher Department:

The achievements of the Riverbank staff were threefold:

a. Intercepted materials were submitted for solution to the experts there by various departments of the Government until the Cipher Bureau was well established in the fall of 1917.

b. A vigorous training program was inaugurated at Riverbank under the auspices of the War Department. A group of four officers was trained in cryptography for six weeks in October-November 1917; a second group of some sixty officers was trained in January-February 1918; while the third, and last, group, consisting of seven or eight, was trained in March-April 1918. Mr. Friedman prepared the instructional material, gave the lectures, and directed the school, the first of its kind in American history.

c. Research was conducted in the theory of cryptanalysis and an extensive series of technical papers was published by the Laboratories. Most of these were by Mr. Friedman…1

                                                                                                                                                 
There follows a detailed list of the technical monographs published by the Riverbank Laboratories, mostly written by Friedman. In this very carefully worded section only one single paragraph refers to the Baconian ciphers. Even though Professor Richards has more than one occasion to refer to Dr Powell, he fails to point out the salient fact he authored The Greatest Work of Sir Francis Bacon, and while he lists the technical monographs he makes no mention whatsoever of the Baconian publications issued by Riverbank Cipher Department. In fact, remarkably he even fails to mention its cipher department issued several works on Bacon Bi-literal Cipher, all of them endorsing it. But while the plain text single paragraph on the Baconian-Shakespeare authorship says one thing on the surface it conceals a very important piece of cipher information. The single paragraph in which Bacon is mentioned has 103 words: 103 Shakespeare in simple cipher, secretly revealing the concealed message that Bacon is Shakespeare.

1. Theodore W. Richards, Historical Background of the Signal Security Agency (Army Security Agency, Washington DC, 1946), II, pp. 5-6.

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

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Hi A Phoenix,

It reminds me something that I noticed when I read your paper the first time and that I had forgotten.

Beyond the fact that the single paragraph in which Bacon is mentioned has 103 words ...

by counting from " In addition to these two persons", "Shakespeare" and "Bacon" in "Shakespeare-Bacon"

are the 101st and the 102nd words.

101 + 102 (addition) = 203

203 is the simple cipher of ... FRANCIS BACON (100) SHAKESPEARE (103) 😉 

"Problem" is the 103rd word and 103 seems to be the solution to this "Problem".😊

Moreover, there are 84 words in the first paragraph, 84 being the simple cipher of ELIZABETH.

Interestingly, the second "Shakespeare" is the 148th word by counting from the beginning.

148 = WILLIAM TUDOR

And "William" is the 100th word by counting from the end.

If we take the hyphen of "Tech-niques" in count and we consider "tech" - "niques" as 2 words, then ...

"Shakespeare" is the 100th word by counting from the end.

100 = FRANCIS BACON

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Rob,

The truth about Bacon's secret life and writings is a State Secret known to MI5 and MI6, a reach which extends throughout the education system, up to and including UK universities, most importantly the likes of Oxford and Cambridge and their prestigious university presses, major UK publishing houses, as well as various outlets of the national press.   

 

And here we are, the 2024 version of Riverbank Labs and we are called the B'Hive.

Yann must be the head of the French spy agency. Clearly you, the "A. Phoenix" team are in charge of the British spy agency. Lawrence and SirBacon.org probably hosts the North American secret Bacon cipher spy meetings in front of the public like its no big deal.

And me, with 007 as my business persona must be a spy too.

Synchronicity today I got a personal "unsolicited email" (SPAM) that was not a typical robotic email. It was well-written supposedly from a cyber security agency seeking my interest. If I was young and single I might pursue that path. Cyber security is in my portfolio, so getting this email is not suspicious or anything.

My first serious international hacking battle was with Russian hackers 20 years ago who got into a vast website and planted scripts to run at times so they would replicate if the live rogue scripts were deleted. The website resources became overrun by a hidden pirate music download site run by Russia. It was a nightmare but a great way to cut one's teeth in the internet spy vs. spy world. In the end, SirBacon.org conquered.

So what about the email today?

In the security world everything can be a risk. We are here discussing Riverbank and related entities. Dr. Owen, Elizabeth Gallup, and whoever else were the B'Hive of their day. Spies of the world know who we are today.

So what about the Cybersecurity email today?

  1. Russians acting like the US to trick me into espionage.
     
  2. The US acting like Russians to trick me into espionage.
     
  3. Random SPAM.

At least I got one real email today. The subject was, "HOT BABES want YOU today!"

😉

 

 

 

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US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

In 1952 the Military Intelligence Division (Department of the Army) & Office of Military History secretly commissioned Colonel Bruce W. Bidwell to write a comprehensive history of the development of military intelligence in the US army:

[It] was designed to serve “as a text for the orientation of general officers and key personnel assigned to the G-2 Division and to intelligence officers in the field.” Colonel Bidwell was accordingly given unrestricted access to the most confidential records, and the final work was classified TOP SECRET.1

1. Bruce W. Bidwell, History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff: 1775-1941(University Publications of America, 1986), Editorial note.

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

 

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US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

The top secret History of Military Intelligence Division was divided into eight parts. The first four parts of it were declassified prior to its publication by the University Publications of America in 1986. The Editorial Note prefixed to the beginning of the work declares ‘The current text makes available the first four parts of this informative history, with the minor exception of a few passages not yet declassified. The second four parts have not yet been declassified.’1 In the preface-referring to himself in the third person-Colonel Bidwell states:

                                                                                                                                                                                           Authoritative historical documentation covering the field of military intelligence has been seriously neglected, not only for security reasons but also due to the wide complexities and controversial features of the subject. Both the departmental intelligence authorities and the official Army historians have consistently seemed unable to work out a mutually satisfactory approach to the problem, wherein qualified personnel might first be procured for the purpose and then given unrestricted access to the most confidential intelligence records….

The present project represents a determined effort to arrive at an effective solution to this troublesome problem, as personally agreed upon early in October 1952 between Maj. Gen. R. C. Partridge, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, and Maj. Gen. Orlando Ward, Chief of Military History. Their agreement resulted in the issuance of a formal directive, dated 14 October 1952, to Col. Bruce W. Bidwell, Inf., U. S. A., for him to write a “History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff,” to serve “as a text for the orientation of general officers and of key personnel assigned to the G-2 Division and to intelligence officers in the field.” The final work would be classified TOP SECRET.2                               

 

1.  Bruce W. Bidwell, History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff: 1775-1941(University Publications of America, 1986), Editorial note.

2. Ibid., Preface, p. ix.

 

 

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

Colonel Bruce W. Bidwell

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US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

As with The Historical Background of the Signal Security Agency Colonel Bidwell makes mention of the Riverbank Laboratories, and in one passage, and one passage only, he refers to Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare:

While there were a few Signal Corps officers who had come to be regarded as more or less expert within the highly specialised field of military codes and ciphers, they were already performing important war duties and none of them could be spared for assignment to the departmental intelligence agency. The army was already in touch, however, with Mr. George Fabyan, who for some time had been privately maintaining a group of civilians at his “Riverbank Laboratories” in Geneva, Ill., for the purpose of seeking to prove the existence of a Francis Bacon cipher in the works of William Shakespeare. Accordingly, it was soon decided to send two selected members of Mr. Fabyan’s staff to the Army Service School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to undergo a course in military cryptography which was being offered there by Signal Corps instructors. These same two men, William F. Friedman and J. A. Powell, were then subsequently utilized to provide similar instruction in military cryptography to a considerable member of Army officers at the laboratory in Geneva.1   

1.  Bruce W. Bidwell, History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff: 1775-1941(University Publications of America, 1986), p. 166.

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

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US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

The above paragraph is found on page 166. It has been carefully constructed to ensure that the 100th word falls on the pseudonym Shakespeare: 100 Francis Bacon in simple cipher. The header at the top of page 166 reads ‘166/World War I (1917-1919)’: The sum total of the page number 166, plus the 2 words, and 9 numbers:166+2+9=177 William Shakespeare in simple cipher and conversely 166-9=157 Fra Rosicrosse in simple cipher. All the numbers added together 1+1+9+1+7+1+9+1+9=39 F. Bacon in simple cipher. Thus the secret cipher message reads F. Bacon, Brother of the Rosy Cross is the concealed author of the Shakespeare works. 

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

 

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4 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Their agreement resulted in the issuance of a formal directive, dated 14 October 1952, to Col. Bruce W. Bidwell, Inf., U. S. A., for him to write a “History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff,” to serve “as a text for the orientation of general officers and of key personnel assigned to the G-2 Division and to intelligence officers in the field.” The final work would be classified TOP SECRET.2                               

October 14 is Day 287 in most years. True that 1952 was a leap year, but the directive dated October 14 does carry with it a Seal number into the future.

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The title page of the declassified History of Military Intelligence Division contains 25 words and 8 numbers 25+8=33 Bacon in simple cipher. There are 100 letters in the top half of the title page: 100 Francis Bacon in simple cipher. If the aforementioned total of 33 is added to the 34 letters at the bottom of the page: 33+34=67 Francis in simpler cipher. The 100 letters in the top half of the title page added to the count of 67: 100/67 provides a split simple cipher Francis Bacon (100)/Francis (67). The title page contains a sum total of 134 letters, 8 numbers, and the addition of these numbers 1+7+7+5+1+9+4+1=35: 134+8+35=177 William Shakespeare in simple cipher.

 

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

 

 

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The last page of the text (page 526) finishes with the following two lines printed in italics which form the last words on the page.  

                               The Fates are just; they give us but our own;

                               Nemesis ripens what our hands have sown.1

The second or final line has 33 letters Bacon in simple cipher. The whole citation has 67 letters Francis in simple cipher.

In the Index the only entry under Shakespeare reads ‘Shakespeare, William Fabyan language studies, 166’ containing a total of 39 letters F. Bacon in simple cipher. The number 166 added to the 39 letters: 166+39=205 minus the 5 words provides a total of 200 a double cipher for Francis Bacon (100)/Francis Bacon (100) in simple cipher. The total of 200 added to the 3 numbers: 200+3=203 a split cipher for Francis Bacon (100)/Shakespeare (103) in simple cipher.2

1. Bruce W. Bidwell, History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff: 1775-1941(University Publications of America, 1986), p. 562

2. Ibid., 604.

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

 

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5 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

US INTELLIGENCE IS PRIVY TO THE SECRET THAT FRANCIS BACON IS SHAKESPEARE

The last page of the text (page 526) finishes with the following two lines printed in italics which form the last words on the page.  

                               The Fates are just; they give us but our own;

                               Nemesis ripens what our hands have sown.1

The second or final line has 33 letters Bacon in simple cipher. The whole citation has 67 letters Francis in simple cipher.

In the Index the only entry under Shakespeare reads ‘Shakespeare, William Fabyan language studies, 166’ containing a total of 39 letters F. Bacon in simple cipher. The number 166 added to the 39 letters: 166+39=205 minus the 5 words provides a total of 200 a double cipher for Francis Bacon (100)/Francis Bacon (100) in simple cipher. The total of 200 added to the 3 numbers: 200+3=203 a split cipher for Francis Bacon (100)/Shakespeare (103) in simple cipher.2

1. Bruce W. Bidwell, History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff: 1775-1941(University Publications of America, 1986), p. 562

2. Ibid., 604.

Paper:   https://www.academia.edu/81465877/The_Fraudulent_Friedmans_The_Bacon_Ciphers_in_the_Shakespeare_Works

Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc2ErlSmmjI&t=9s

For all the Riverbank Publications please see https://gorhambury.org/  a unique website with its stated purpose: To use technology in a novel way to expose the secret writings of Sir Francis to the world, presenting visualizations in such a way as to eliminate any possible doubt about Validity.

 

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Hi A Phoenix

I am at a loss as to what to conclude from this fascinating story. 

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13 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Eric,

Francis Bacon-Shakespeare, Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood, UK, US and French Intelligence, et al, (at their highest point all connected?) and the Universal Reformation of the Whole Word. 

Thank you A Phoenix, but aren't you being a tad enigmatical, perhaps for good reason? My difficulty lies in believing that under the present circumstances reformation of any kind is possible. The "Good of Humanity" seems to have become an ideal of the past, as far as our current leaders are concerned.

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Hi Eric,

Just think of the immeasurable advances that have been made since the sixteenth century vis-a-vis all the miraculous wonders of the modern world. There are certainly some dark actors on the world stage responsible for all kinds of terrible acts against humanity. A Universal Reformation of the Whole World-we will get there in the end. Ultimately, good will triumph over evil and we will enter into a Golden Age, which will continue in perpetuity.

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7 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

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A Universal Reformation of the Whole World-we will get there in the end. Ultimately, good will triumph over evil and we will enter into a Golden Age, which will continue in perpetuity.

Lines 2024 through 2029 of the Sonnets contains a message that gives me hope:

I hate she alterd with an end,
That follow'd it as gentle day,
Doth follow night, who like a fiend
From heaven to hell is flown away.
  'I hate', from hate away she threw,
  And sav'd my life, saying 'not you'.

To me, "she" is following the same theme since Line 2002 when he called her a "worser spirit". Bacon is struggling, maybe seeing into the future when his New Atlantis is battling another part of his legacy that is fighting out of "hate". Sonnet 144 begins with Line 2002 and is the first Sonnet of the final and 14th Tier. This is the Sonnet we see that is floating above the previous 13 Tiers with Lines 2002 through 2015.

TWo loues I haue of comfort and dispaire,
Which like two spirits do sugiest me still,
The better angell is a man right faire:
The worser spirit a woman collour'd il.
To win me soone to hell my femall euill,
Tempteth my better angel from my sight,
And would corrupt my saint to be a diuel:
Wooing his purity with her fowle pride.
And whether that my angel be turn'd finde,
Suspect I may,yet not directly tell,
But being both from me both to each friend,
I gesse one angel in an others hel.
   Yet this shal I nere know but liue in doubt,
   Till my bad angel fire my good one out.

Then to Lines 2016 and 2017?

THose lips that Loues owne hand did make,
Breath'd forth the sound that said I hate,

My vision is to stay in sync with Line 2024 in Bacon's New Atlantis, the USA this year in 2024, needs to alter "hate" to an end for good. Since 2002, and especially since 2016, America is running on hate fumes and it stinks and is horrible.

May Shakespeare's Prophecy be True! 🙂

 

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59 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Lines 2024 through 2029 of the Sonnets contains a message that gives me hope:

I hate she alterd with an end,
That follow'd it as gentle day,
Doth follow night, who like a fiend
From heaven to hell is flown away.
  'I hate', from hate away she threw,
  And sav'd my life, saying 'not you'.

To me, "she" is following the same theme since Line 2002 when he called her a "worser spirit". Bacon is struggling, maybe seeing into the future when his New Atlantis is battling another part of his legacy that is fighting out of "hate". Sonnet 144 begins with Line 2002 and is the first Sonnet of the final and 14th Tier. This is the Sonnet we see that is floating above the previous 13 Tiers with Lines 2002 through 2015.

TWo loues I haue of comfort and dispaire,
Which like two spirits do sugiest me still,
The better angell is a man right faire:
The worser spirit a woman collour'd il.
To win me soone to hell my femall euill,
Tempteth my better angel from my sight,
And would corrupt my saint to be a diuel:
Wooing his purity with her fowle pride.
And whether that my angel be turn'd finde,
Suspect I may,yet not directly tell,
But being both from me both to each friend,
I gesse one angel in an others hel.
   Yet this shal I nere know but liue in doubt,
   Till my bad angel fire my good one out.

Then to Lines 2016 and 2017?

THose lips that Loues owne hand did make,
Breath'd forth the sound that said I hate,

My vision is to stay in sync with Line 2024 in Bacon's New Atlantis, the USA this year in 2024, needs to alter "hate" to an end for good. Since 2002, and especially since 2016, America is running on hate fumes and it stinks and is horrible.

May Shakespeare's Prophecy be True! 🙂

 

Hi Light-of-Truth

Thank you for your humanity.

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