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The Folger Shakespeare Library A Secret Baconian-Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Institution


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The Folgers played one role in Private and another in Public.

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The Folger Shakespeare Library and the Ubiquitous Rosicrucian Rose the Ancient Symbol of Secrecy.

Video trailer:     https://www.dropbox.com/s/vead3kigcai9sjg/FOLGER TRAILER.mp4?dl=0

Academic Paper:     https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research  

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The Folger Shakespeare Library a Rosicrucian Temple Secretly dedicated to Francis Bacon.

Video trailer:     https://www.dropbox.com/s/vead3kigcai9sjg/FOLGER TRAILER.mp4?dl=0

Academic Paper:     https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research  

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Hi A Phoenix,

Here are some ideas about the nine Marble sculptures along the front of the Folger Shakespeare Library.

http://stationstart.com/2010/02/folger-marble-sculpture/

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/17/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html

154 can be seen as a reference to Shakespeare's Sonnets.

The numbers 17 and 40 form the year 1740.

The monument to William Shakespeare was erected in Westminster Abbey in 1740.

Notice that the number 40 is made of the numbers 17 and 23.

The year 1723, 100 years (simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON ) after the publication of the First Folio, is the year of  publication of Anderson's Constitutions.

17 + 40 = 57 the simple cipher of FRA. BACON.

File:Francis Bacon Signature.svg - Wikimedia Commons

Thanks to their rank in the Catalogue, the nine chosen plays conceal three important numbers along the front of the Folger Shakespeare Library :

74 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR.

103 is the simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE

Right in the middle (mediocria firma) the number 29 is the simple cipher of F.W.B.

Francis William Bacon

Finally, 211 is a number that I have already mentioned.

I don't know if it was intended but the page 211 of the First Folio is one of the two pages mentioning  Minerva, the Spear-Shaker, the goddess of Wisdom who was Francis Bacon's Muse.

In The Taming of the Shrew...

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/229/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

By the way, Minerva is mentioned a second time in Cymbeline ...

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I think that Ifound what lies behind the number 211 !

Indeed, if 133 is  the simple cipher of ROSIE-CROSS , its  Kay cipher is ... 211 !😀

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Regarding the previous video, I noticed that in the Great Hall, OThELLO and MACBETh were written with a lowercase letter h (the Queene Mother of Consonants).

Could it be a clue ?

If we do the sum of the Capital letters ...

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74 the simple cipher of WILLIAM and TUDOR.

100 the simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON.

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42 # M.B.

The reverse cipher of MACBET is the same as FRANCIS.

And 146 is the simple cipher of LORD FRANCIS BACON😊

 

 

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If I make it back up to DC some day, this will be a required visit with the new Knowledge A. Phoenix has offered to us. 

Funny, in this gorgeous video with names of plays and poets, etc. presented in tile or carved into something, I think I only saw one lower case letter! Makes me wonder...

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Thanks Yann, I missed the OThELLO! 🙂

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Regarding the previous video, I noticed that in the Great Hall, OThELLO and MACBETh were written with a lowercase letter h (the Queene Mother of Consonants).

 

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Good Evening High Wizard of B'Hive, another virtuoso peformance. If you ever go to the Folger Shakespeare Library don't tell them who you are (and believe me the Folger hierarchy monitor B'Hive) because they won't let you in, as they would be seriously wary how many secrets your exquisite brain could decode and decipher!   

The number 211 is a mixed cipher for Francis Bacon (100) in simple cipher and Bacon (111) in kay cipher.

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3 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Brilliant Rob! I know what Strats sound like-I have been reading their absolute drivel for years! I am however trying to imagine what Strats look like!  Perhaps they look as ridiculous as they sound!

Let's take a look at some "Special Strats". 🙂

 

 

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Talking about 133 and the Rosie Cross ...

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I love the numbers that appearwith the Modern 26 Letter Alphabet. 

Notice the 3 shells above each panel.

33 = BACON

And in the Poem of Garrick there are ... 33 words ! 😊

With the 28 words of the poem of WINTER, we have 61 words in total.

61 is the simple cipher of JANUS.

Moreover ...

In the poem of WILLIAM WINTER , SHAKESPEARE is the 27th word.

In the poem of DAVID GARRICK SHAKESPEARE is the 6th word.

27 + 6 = 33 = BACON

Or in other terms ...

SHAKESPEARE is BACON

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"Because it's bloody stupid" had me laughing out loud when I watched it again as I posted it! 

Edmo and the gloves! LOL Forget law and everything else Bacon was a master at. Obvious Shakespeare grew up in a home with gloves. LOL

And of course the powerful Strat line that we all should just "Shut up!" LOL

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And the shells? S=18, H=8, so SH is 188. 

SH SH SH  SH SH SH has cool cipher numbers:

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144 Reverse cipher which is the Simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON

102 Short cipher nails it. 

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

We know 102 and 201 have the same numbers as they have the same letters just rearranged. 

The address of the Folger Shakespeare Library is 201 E Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20003.

The location is quite amazing, one of the most important spots in the United States. It is basically on longitude -77, even within a few feet to the exact -77. Washington DC was planned, designed, and built by people who knew Bacon was the greatest man to ever live. The Sacred Geometry tells a story.image.png.4f8b8ee10d2d50786ca9c0f5e5be20e8.png

Remember, The United States is Bacon's work. Not Shakespeare's at all. Yet Bacon was Shakespeare, and he has his place on Capital Hill a short walk from the US Capital! It is truly the Folger Bacon Library!

 

 

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Look at the image below. The top half is in Washington DC, the red arrow points to the Folger Shakespeare Library. The bottom half is William and Mary College in Williamsburg, VA.

William and Mary College is zoomed in more than Washington DC. Notice the layout of the roads. Neither image is rotated at all. There is a geometric emphasis pointing to or coming from the East.

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I have a nagging feeling that I cannot shake that Bacon's treasure may be buried somewhere in the above image of William and Mary. I have a favorite spot or two that I have visited and photographed facing the Christopher Wren Building. 

Now learning of the Rosicrucian connection to the Folger Shakespeare Library and actually looking at the map where it lives sends shivers up my spine.

The similarities of these very important places are highly significant.

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A. Phoenix:

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Ha ha, one of our most favourite videos ever.🤣🤣 The Rowster, Edmo the Glove and Wally Wells.

Maybe "Shakespeare" learned about gloves from his Mother? 😉

The Folger's oldest painting is of Queen Elizabeth, 1579 when Bacon was about 18 years old.

The Plimpton "Sieve" portrait of Queen Elizabeth I

https://folgerpedia.folger.edu/The_Plimpton_"Sieve"_portrait_of_Queen_Elizabeth_I

Elizabeth I occupies most of the portrait's frame; above her right shoulder is a globe displaying South America and the western coast of Africa, and above her left shoulder is the royal coat of arms. Her right hand, which holds a tan glove...

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HENRY FOLGER DESERVEDLY RESTS ALONGSIDE HIS HERO SHAKESPEARE. 

Video trailer:     https://www.dropbox.com/s/vead3kigcai9sjg/FOLGER TRAILER.mp4?dl=0

Academic Paper:     https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research  

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THE FUNERAL EULOGY OF THE GREATEST COLLECTOR OF SHAKESPEAREANA IN THE WORLD.

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Academic Paper:     https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research  

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THE GREATEST SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY IN THE WORLD OPENED ON ST GEORGE'S DAY 23RD APRIL 1932.

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Academic Paper:     https://aphoenix1.academia.edu/research  

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