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Friedmans' words (see above posts):

"Getting a correct solution…is not a question of opinion, but a question of proof…he must in addition be able to show others that it is the right one…[it] must be unbiased, systematic and logicallly sound; it must be free from appeals to insight, clear of guesswork, and should avoid imponderables like the plague; in a word, it must be scientific."

They drive me batty. They knew this is what the Strats (and whoever, whatever else) wanted. And also knew and possibly hoped Baconians would analyze their work. This fraudulent statement has been on my mind since I read it early this morning.

OK, sure. Scientifically it has to be so. Funny thing is the ciphers are not science! They are communication!

I'll prove the above 100% wrong right now. 😉

Side note first, I wrote this today, a poem? For someone...

Before I can talk very much about the Shakespeare Authorship question,
A few things should be said right away by me to be totally honest.
Confession; I believe I know who wrote Shakespeare.


 

Took a few minutes, I tweaked the lines for another few minutes. Not perfection, but I like the number counts and even though not stated I leave my intention. I don't know that anyone will see it, might be that nobody will care. I don't know. But I left one more mark for the future.

Maybe somebody will see what seems overt to me, and might see if there are relative clues besides.

What did the Friedmans say? Well, the above three lines I wrote up real quick would not be considered a "real" cipher?

I say this, about that...

I wrote that innocent looking short poem to share a message for anyone who has eyes to see. There is a definite single solution, on more than one level. If anyone gets what I said, they hit it. There may be people who try and get it wrong, but for anyone who sees and gets it, they nailed it 100%. I was successful in my goals.

I can prove I wrote it. I have my Word doc with revisions saved with time stamps. I can be brave and speak up and say, "Yes, I said...blah blah blah...in cipher!" Too bad Bacon couldn't do that.

I can say to anyone, I left a cipher that has this message, for we who care on whatever level. If someone says in public, "I got it! This is it!" and it is correct, I'll say, "They nailed it!"

Is that science?

I just proved an intentional valid cipher with a definite single message is not restricted to the fraudulent and conflicting statements made by the experts who were supposed to be the last Stratfordian word on the cipher matter.

If they read this now, I don't think they'd be impressed. "Yea, DUH, Baconians will never buy this poop we are writing. But the Strats will love it!"

Who knew they'd be dead and decades would pass while they were like the most important anti-Baconian Strat evidence in that fragile house of cards.

 

 

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Rob, You'r right !  It seems to have two type of letters E ,T, B, N , F, I ...  using the same principle that the one explained on the page in order to differenciate the "a" and "b" with a kind of a "bud" on top and or the bottom of certains letters .

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See how they validate acrostics as being "conclusive"!

Yet they only offer a few methods, as if they were rule makers on the technique. Acrostics are huge in Shakespeare, including the Sonnets. Bacon is a theme that comes up even within the Fraudman made up rules.

Yet they do say, "they [acrostics] must be taken as conclusive."

Strange to laugh and be frustrated at the same time. Like with Ben Jonson praising the Stratfool Willy "Swan" while in code actually praising his very close friend Bacon who he actually helped produce the First Folio.

🙁🙂

 

 

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