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I was poking around in Julius Ceasar this morning from yesterday's cool replies in this thread. Page 116 caught my eye.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/724/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

I planned to make a new thread, but Rosy Cross came up again today here, so I guess I'll post here!

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The "arose" and "a-crosse" jumped out at me.

I looked around and there is a kind of loose BACON acrostic (or is it anagram?). A right angle which is nice.

I tried to do what Allisnum2er (Yann) does. LOL

I am a number cipher guy mostly, with an "eye" on some level. So this is from this morning and I'll try to keep it brief.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/doc/JC_F1/page/8/index.html

First I looked for why "arose" was where it was. Nothing that is shocking came up, always some possible maybes. With "a-crosse" it turned out to be the 74th word. That is a good possible maybe! 74 is Simple cipher for WILLIAM and TUDOR.😉

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74 is a "potential" hit. 365 for me is also a hit.

If we count to see where 33 words ends up, since 33 is Simple cipher for BACON, we end up at the word "I" with a BACON visual clue below, possibly.

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And we see that 111 words takes us to the word that has the "Con" to make Bacon:

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Ok, 33 words to "I". There is a hint of a visible possible maybe BACON clue. 111 words takes us up to the word with "Con".

33 is Simple cipher and 111 is Kaye cipher for BACON.

Well, I'm still not overwhelmed, but getting there.

The theme is and should be "rose crosse" which is the in your face clue that stopped me here this morning.

The letters that begin the lines between the line with "But with an..." (B of the BACON hint) and the line with "As it hath..." (A of the BACON hint) are G F W H W I A (see facsimile above).

Those letters add up to 102 Reverse cipher.

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ONE HUNDRED TWO is 157 Simple and 287 Kaye cipher, the same as FRA ROSI CROSSE.

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I love it! Bacon numbers, Fra Rosi Crosse numbers, Tudor numbers (more than I shared).

But, what took my breath was a typo. First Folio typos always have significance. When I see a new one it excites me. Usually I see a typo and find the cipher clues. This morning, I found cipher clues and then say the typo!! That is even more exciting!

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I first noticed it in my text version in MS Word. I thought, "someone must have transcribed it wrong." Then I looked, it is definitely a Bacon typo clue.

So I looked to see if the misspelling would be important.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/ciphers.html

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100 is Simple cipher for FRANCIS BACON, and Kaye cipher for TUDOR.

Now I am pushed to accepting this page has a Francis Bacon/Fra Rosi Cross/William Tudor hint for us to enjoy. 😉

 

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19 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

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100 is Simple cipher for FRANCIS BACON, and Kaye cipher for TUDOR.

Now I am pushed to accepting this page has a Francis Bacon/Fra Rosi Cross/William Tudor hint for us to enjoy. 😉

 

Hi Rob (Light-of-Truth) , great analysis and awesome finding with this misspelled "Conditlon" 😃

I would add that 178 is the Kay cipher of ... WILL TUDOR !

And out of curiosity, I took a look at the numbers behind the letters "DLTION" ...

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70 is the gematria of SOD (secret).

74 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR.

Another hints for us to enjoy. 😉

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5 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

THE ANAGRAM OF BACON BY BEN JONSON IN THE POEM IN THE SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO.

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Good evening A Phoenix,

I would like to share with you an extended analysis of this passage with some new interesting elements that I hope you will enjoy !

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On 7/23/2022 at 6:00 PM, A Phoenix said:

FRANCIS BACON AND WILLIAM CAMDEN BROTHERS OF THE ROSY CROSS.

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I would like to share with you something that I just noticed and that could confirm, in conjunction with the Baconian-Rosicrucian AA Headpieces,  the involvement of Bacon in the production of the 'reviewed, corrected, and encreased' 1614 edition of the Remains Concerning Britain ...

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https://archive.org/details/minervabritannao00peac/page/37/mode/2up

Interestingly enough, the simple cipher of the name ROBERT, right in the center of the triangle, is 74.

And 74 is also the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR !

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