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49 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Addendum :

I told you yesterday that I was looking for Elisa without success.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/769/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

I think that I finally found her.

In the left column , we have the following sentence "Or my deere Maiestie your Queene heere" with the word "Queene" aligned with the "king" of "winking" and the word "Prince".

This is the starting point ! Here are the "Fruites" of my last investigation ...

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Joy ! 😊

I'm on my way to bed, I hope, with a very busy busy day ahead.

You, Yann, opened a Vault, yet all I can do is sleep on what I see on a mere first peek. You see it all. LOL

You had me looking for the obvious "Con..." which had to be near. And sure enough, there it was. And so much more once we see the BACON!!

"Words, words, words." My new favorite Hamlet quote for tonight!

WORDS is 74 Simple and 100 Kaye ciphers, same as TUDOR.

WORDS WORDS WORDS is 222 Simple cipher. As is TUDOR TUDOR TUDOR.

A sample clip:

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Lord Hamlet is a Prince out of thy Starre.

LORD HAMLET is 102 Simple cipher.

Sweet dreams...

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7 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I'm on my way to bed, I hope, with a very busy busy day ahead.

You, Yann, opened a Vault, yet all I can do is sleep on what I see on a mere first peek. You see it all. LOL

You had me looking for the obvious "Con..." which had to be near. And sure enough, there it was. And so much more once we see the BACON!!

"Words, words, words." My new favorite Hamlet quote for tonight!

WORDS is 74 Simple and 100 Kaye ciphers, same as TUDOR.

WORDS WORDS WORDS is 222 Simple cipher. As is TUDOR TUDOR TUDOR.

A sample clip:

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Lord Hamlet is a Prince out of thy Starre.

LORD HAMLET is 102 Simple cipher.

Sweet dreams...

Great findings Rob ! ❤️ 

I also noticed the word "conception" and "conceive" and the word "Sunne" that could stand for "Sonne".

I wondered if the 2 "con" could simply hide B "con".

Anyway, It seems that there are 3 parts hidden on this page, the Love Story between Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley, the "Conception" of a "Sunne" then his birth.

In regards to the Love Story, notice that Francis Bacon through Polonius tells us "If I had look'd upon this Love, with idle sight", which means that,in fact, he had look'd upon this Love with open "EYES".

"EYES" was the nickname given by Queen Elizabeth to the Earl of Leicester.

And notice how the words around the anagram of Dudley are related to the vision ...

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"Eye" had seene ... "Eye" perceived it !( knowing that EYE = 33 simple cipher) 😊

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It was the "hollow crown" and "temples of a king" that made me look. What I found has me shaking like a spear!

In blue below is where "Hollow Crowne" and "Temples of a King" show up in the First Folio, page 35.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/357/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

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I wanted to read and understand the entire speech with these words.

I know this much about Richard II in Shakespeare, " ".

So I jumped up a line before and starting to read, out of context as I do, without even a tiny speck of a clue on what the play is about or what is going on.

"Where is the Duke my Father with his Power?"

For me, anytime I see "Duke" in the Works I see "Dee." Multiple times in Shakespeare, to me, when Bacon throws out Duke, he may be hinting at Dee. But that is just me, nobody else feels it. So in all honesty, I can't explain it, but Duke/Dee are connected.

"...my Father"?

Again, can't explain, but Dee was Bacon's Father to me. It's been explained to me that Dee was Bacon's Rosicrucian Father, and I accept that. However, Dee was Bacon's Father to me in many ways. Dee was Shakespeare's Father.

"...with his Power ?'

Ok, now we connect Dee to Prospero. DUH. LOL

I had a three punch whammy the first time I read the line. Changed every thought I had about crowns and kings when I went to the page.

Then reading the Richard speech, or whatever you call it, my heart is ripped apart as I hear Bacon sharing some very Deep emotions.

"...and talke of Wills."

This is Bacon's consistent and repeated message to Dee his Father, in my own words, "You have manipulated my life, named me Will Tudor, named me Will Shakespeare, and even named me Francis Bacon, yet my mother Queen Elizabeth was not allowed to share me as her son because of you and your Astrological, Numerological and intellectual Powers, my Father, whatever that means."

I do need to follow up as I feel Dee has been my connection to Bacon, strange as that sounds. My connection is Dee, my passion is Bacon. I think that is how it was intended. LOL

Anyway, the above is for fun! TGIF!

 

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I agree with you Rob !

Two Wills: Will Tudor and Will Shakespeare.

Two Heads for One King:

Francis Bacon.

I think that the answer is on the same page.

Indeed, the Act 3 scene 3 begins on this page.

(33 = Bacon simple cipher)

And here is what I just found ...

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/357/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

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17 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Bacon-Shakespeare - To Be or Not To Be That is the Question

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How fresh and intense it is to read the most famous passage in the entire body of the Shakespeare plays. I particularly like "grunt and sweat under a weary life" and the last six lines. Strange that no mention of God or the afterlife is mentioned, not even a whiff of eternity. Hamlet is an existentialist and cannot allow himself the refuge of blind Faith. Ultimately perhaps, this is his tragedy, a.k.a. fatal flaw?

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12 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Bacon-Shakespeare on All the World's an Illusion

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https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/image/1613378679

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Good evening A Phoenix, here is the Title page of an interesting book :

The Life of Man, Symbolised by the Months of the Year
By Pigot Richard with illustrarions by John Leighton.

https://books.google.fr/books?id=sOcyAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

You will find a beautiful quote about Orpheus Theatre by Bacon on page 152, with a little surprise.

(You can also take a look on page 74 😉)

 

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31 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Page 152 has Bacon and Shakespeare both.  😉

 

Indeed ! 🙂 And you also have the one and only quote of the Book by Saavedra Faxardo.

As if by chance, Saavedra is also the name of ... Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra !

Page 152 has Bacon, Shakespeare and Saavedra 😉 

And in the middle of their quotes we have the quote of the Earl of Derby :

"Let one be Lord, one King supreme, to whom wise Saturn's son in token of his Sov'reign Power hath given the Scepter 's sway, and ministry of Law."

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