Light-of-Truth Posted November 14, 2022 Share Posted November 14, 2022 (edited) I am just going to touch on Sonnet 135 tonight. My wish was to spend a few days writing a detailed analysis on this and the other "Will" Sonnets, but work and life leaves me an hour or two this evening at best. I'm hoping to share some thoughts about Sonnet 136 soon, of course. Below is a capture of the 1609 edition of Sonnet 135: The color is mine using Photoshop. "Will", and "will", is a theme in these Sonnets. Anyone who knows me very well, knows I believe Francis Bacon was born as William Tudor. The Sonnets tell the story, but it comes up throughout the Shakespeare works. Even though Bacon was born as William Tudor, the son of Queen Elizabeth being the fruit of her "Will", he lived as his Mother's son "but one hour". I don't have time to explain the overt messages in Sonnet 135 right now. My purpose is to mention Line 1881 of the Sonnets. In my cipher work I've seen the number 1881 come up enough times in similar themes that I have learned to pay attention to it. One idea is that it is a Janus type number, connecting past and future. It definitely has to do with "Time" in my opinion. I've even wondered if the number 1881 is a tool for time travel, in some way. Yea, I know, but I can't change what I have seen. LOL Line 1881 of the Sonnets is Line 6 of Sonnet 135: http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet135 The entire 188x Line series is in Sonnet 135; Lines 1880 through 1889 occurring in November 14 and 15, or 11/14 and 11/15 (in US format with mm/dd) which is significant in its way. http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#cipherSonnet135 Add up the Simple cipher of the first letters of the 14 lines of Sonnet 135 and you have 188. 188 is also the Kaye cipher of ETERNITY. So imagine my confusion when I first looked at Line 1881 of the Sonnets totally expecting I'd find some kind of 1881 clue. I did see a clue, but it is the very beginning of the next Line. Line 1882 begins with the word "Shall". I've mentioned often how Bacon (Shakespeare), especially in the Sonnets, appears to like to use the "sha" combinations in certain areas where it matters. Why? S = 18, H = 8, A = 1, so we have 18 8 1, or 1881. If I had time I could demonstrate, starting with Sonnet 18, the most "Eternal" of all Sonnets. OK, did I see "Sha" which is 1881 on the wrong line? Did Bacon make a mistake in counting the Lines? (Hardly.) It took a while, some days I am sure, for me to start to understand what was happening with Line 1881 and "Shall" beginning the next line. Once I "saw the Light", so to speak, I realized I had been seeing the same thing happening in other places. Basically, 1881 does not have to be a stand-alone number and sometimes it is connected to another 1881. It can be 1881-1881, 188101881, or my favorite number palindrome, 18811011881. To me in my mind, they all have time travel characteristic. Not our bodies, just "thought" past and future. So are these two lines connected, or is it my imagination which is very possible? I want to share one of the most curious coincidences I have stumbled on in the Sonnets: Line 1881: Not once vouchsafe to hide my will in thine, 398 Simple, 477 Reverse, and 814 Kaye ciphers. Line 1882: Shall will in others seeme right gracious, 398 Simple, 477 Reverse, and 814 Kaye ciphers. I will say as a fact I have not come across any other two consecutive lines where three cipher numbers match. And these two connect at a point where 1881 and 1881 meet. Oh these "Will" Sonnets give me tingles! Edited November 14, 2022 by Light-of-Truth 3 T A A A A A A A A A A A T 157 www.Light-of-Truth.com 287 <-- 1 8 8 1 1 O 1 1 8 8 1 --> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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