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7 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Actually, they were not "new additions" but a restoration of the original text. Was this 'lie' due to lingering political sensitivities and a need for caution, or just good advertising to promote sales of the publication?

"And art made tongue-tied by authority,"

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Line0911

This is the base of Bacon's life. Everybody who knew, and those who learned, kept this a Secret.

 

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12 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I second that thought! 🙂

The pyramid that is like the "A" pyramids under the right foot of whoever that is standing there. I can be OK with the right foot and the pyramid, kind of where I hang out.

But the left foot makes me curious...

Thanks for pointing out the detail of the little golden pyramid under the right foot of "Lady Occasion" which might mean "opportunity"? From the notes about the image that Yann provided the link for we read:

Below Michael stands a statue of Lady Occasion (a British, female Caerus figure) with a laureled wreath extended towards Queen Elizabeth. She stands upon a tetrahedron, the fundamental building block of the geometer’s universe; John Dee has an especial affinity for triangles, and used the Greek letter Delta to sign his own name.

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7 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Thanks for pointing out the detail of the little golden pyramid under the right foot of "Lady Occasion" which might mean "opportunity"? From the notes about the image that Yann provided the link for we read:

Below Michael stands a statue of Lady Occasion (a British, female Caerus figure) with a laureled wreath extended towards Queen Elizabeth. She stands upon a tetrahedron, the fundamental building block of the geometer’s universe; John Dee has an especial affinity for triangles, and used the Greek letter Delta to sign his own name.

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I meant to post a clip earlier. LOL

https://www.christies.com/en/lot/lot-5814454

TGIF! What a crazy week with work and play!

What little we've seen hints that Dee hid more than he put out there in 1577. He put out a LOT too.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

I also like: "And simple truth miscall'd simplicity".

My favorite Sonnets line for a big chuck of every year!

Simple cipher? Bacon uses, demonstrates, and teaches us how to use the Simple cipher.

Simple truth miscalled simplicity. Truth is laughed at, dismissed, flushed down the Stratfordian toilet. Yet the Simple truth matters.

This was how Bacon lived.

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15 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

I also like: "And simple truth miscall'd simplicity".

Dee was a master of riddles and puzzles.

Thank you Yann!! 😉

These ten stars are not arranged by accident. It would take a compass and a ruler to get it. This is Dee, the stars hold a secret. I wonder if the lines should be counted as well.

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https://tobeornottobe.org/dr_john_dee/

Whatever happened to Alan Green? I always did and still Love the Monkeys!! The first song in my memory I can place is "Last Train to Clarksville." First grade, in a garage across the street playing with Silly Sand and it was on the radio. I stopped to listen and it was a moment I have never forgot!

Green is a mathematician on levels beyond me! Sadly, maybe influenced by forces we as Baconians don't have to endure, such as Money and Fame! LOL

His brilliant mathematical observations on the stops on the Sonnets Dedication page were worthy of much respect. "Speed of Light" and some other tangents? I don't know, but I was totally impressed with what he worked with the Stops I always thought curious. 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

My favorite Sonnets line for a big chuck of every year!

Simple cipher? Bacon uses, demonstrates, and teaches us how to use the Simple cipher.

Simple truth miscalled simplicity. Truth is laughed at, dismissed, flushed down the Stratfordian toilet. Yet the Simple truth matters.

This was how Bacon lived.

For instance, we are told that "God is Love". How simple, yet how difficult to understand and follow, i.e. practice.

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2 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

For instance, we are told that "God is Love". How simple, yet how difficult to understand and follow, i.e. practice.

I'm such the Fool! I can be told something Simple repeatedly, but once I experience it, I am converted.

God IS Love. All IS One. Do UNTO Others.

Bacon WROTE Shakespeare.

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20 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The 1608 Quarto & The Deposition Scene

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Some interesting background information in 1963_Baconiana_No.163, pp:33-39

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3 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Some interesting background information in 1963_Baconiana_No.163, pp:33-39

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Risking "over-sharing", in 1980_Baconiana_No.180, Prof P. Henrion digs a little deeper into Francis Bacon's close shave with the wrath of Elizabeth and the significance of the Tragedy of Richard The Second. He supports the theory that the fracas over Richard II coincided with the sudden departure of William Shaksper from London; that he was employed as a stooge, or patsy, in the event of any of the Shake-speare plays being censored and those responsible for them prosecuted. Henrion also claims that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, suspected or knew the identity of the author behind the Shake-speare plays which, on reflection, given the probable gossipy nature of court life, doesn't seem too far fetched. Prof Henrion describes Francis and Elizabeth's engagements as a kind of cat and mouse game, with Elizabeth (knowingly and half-jestingly) attempting to force Francis into a corner. To out him as a poet and playwright...

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From the title page of The Tragedy of Richard the Second

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8 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Watching David Tennant's performance I find it hard to believe that Francis Bacon wrote the scene with his mother and Queen in mind. Such an odd scene - a brilliant insight into the tormented mind of a king who must surrender his crown. From where did Bacon summon the empathy to write such an original, psychologically penetrating scene, unless it came from his own 'deposition' of power - his renunciation of his royal heritage? The fact that this scene had to be cut during Elizabeth's lifetime is therefore somewhat ironic.

 

Just a quick note on the performance aspect of the deposition scene from Richard II: It's interesting to compare several versions of Act IV, Sc. 1, as it sheds light on the psyche of Richard as conceived (perhaps) by Francis Bacon. The wonderful Ben Whishaw (2012) created a very different Richard to that of David Tennant (2013), and Derek Jacobi's rendition of the deposition scene in the late-70s is different again. My guess is that David Tennant's Richard is nearest the mark of what Bacon's conception may have been - profoundly intelligent, naively spiritual and convinced of his God-given right to rule. Brave, painfully honest, articulate and perceptive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Eric Roberts said:

Risking "over-sharing", in 1980_Baconiana_No.180, Prof P. Henrion digs a little deeper into Francis Bacon's close shave with the wrath of Elizabeth and the significance of the Tragedy of Richard The Second. He supports the theory that the fracas over Richard II coincided with the sudden departure of William Shaksper from London; that he was employed as a stooge, or cover, in the event of any of the Shake-speare plays being censored and those responsible for them prosecuted. Henrion also claims that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, suspected or knew the identity of the author behind the Shake-speare plays which, on reflection, given the probable gossipy nature of court life, doesn't seem too far fetched. Prof Henrion describes Francis and Elizabeth's engagements as a kind of cat and mouse game, with Elizabeth (knowingly and half-jestingly) attempting to force Francis into a corner. To out him as a poet and playwright...

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From the title page of The Tragedy of Richard the Second

Thank you Eric ! Thanks to your post I just realized that the Title page of the 1598 edition of Richard II is as instructive as the one of the 1597 edition .

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shakespearedocumented.folger.edu/resource/document/richard-ii-third-edition

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

(Letters colored by me)

BACON - TT (Thirty-Three) HORI (meaning PRINCE in hebrew)

https://biblehub.com/topical/h/hori.htm

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On 12/30/2022 at 3:24 AM, Eric Roberts said:

Just a couple of questions about the frontispiece image:

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Are they numbers or Hebrew letters in the top right corner? It's not the Tetragrammaton.

Hi Eric,

This is the Tetragramatton, but I agree with you the letter Hei looks like a 33 and with the letter vav having its small portion downward instead of upward, it looks like a 133.

So it gives us 33.133 and the Yod.

Notice that if Dee used the Delta as a signature,the Delta was associated with a dot representing the hebrew letter yod which means the letter I (EE)

△. = Dee

Rob, regarding your question about the arrangement of the stars I also totally agree with you.

In fact we have 3 by 3 + 1 stars

The number 33 seems to have been embedded in this image.

I investigated and here is what I found this morning ...

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Notice also the trees forming the number 3 (T(h)ree)🙂 echoing the 3 men on the boat.

Once again, the number 33.

YHVH is G-d.

And we have the "beam" of G-d that crosses the path of the "Virgin" Queen ,pointing to one character,

who I think is, in regard of the decipherment :

PRINCE BACON, the CHILD with the BLOOD of the PHOENIX.

EDIT :

The isopsephy (Greek numerical value) of BAKON = 1+2+20+70+50 = 143

143 is the simple cipher of  ... QUEEN ELIZABETH !

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Richard II Revolt & Rebellion

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The First Part of the Life & Raigne of King Henry IV

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Elizabeth & Essex

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4 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Elizabeth & Essex

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This central tragedy in Lord Bacon's life is no less moving than any of his Tragedies, perhaps even more so.

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10 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Why are there two pairs of figures in the foreground? 

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I don't know Eric ! As All is Number , it could represent the number 22, and if one of the aims of John Dee  was to hide the truth about the Royal Birth of Francis Bacon Tudor, it could be a reference to Bacon's Birthday, the 22nd of January 1560.

Edit : Notice that there are also two characters in the bottom left corner of the Castle, so we have also potentialy the number 222 that could have been concealed. 

That being said there are surely several layers of interpretation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pardes_(exegesis)

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Parallels Between Bolingbroke & Richard & Essex & Elizabeth

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The Chamberlain's Men & Richard II

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Francis Bacon & Richard II

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16 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Parallels Between Bolingbroke & Richard & Essex & Elizabeth

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Hi Phoenixes. I'm hopelessly confused. Wikipedia's entry for John Hayward says that In 1599 he published The First Part of the Life and Raigne of King Henrie IIII. Was there a second part? (I assume that this is the same book you refer to in your slide above under a slightly different title.) Is this also the same as Henry IV, Part 1 by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written no later than 1597 (Wikipedia)? And how do both the Hayward and Shakespeare Henry IV plays relate to Shakespeare's (i.e. Bacon's) Richard II? Any help, however brief, in unscrambling my confusion would be very gratefully received.

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18 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The Chamberlain's Men & Richard II

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Here is just a little background on four of the co-conspirators in the Essex Rebellion

Four Conspirators 1601.pdf

There is also a short talk about Cuffe and Meyrick here:

https://www.tudorsociety.com/13-march-the-hangings-of-conspirators-henry-cuffe-and-sir-gelly-meyrick/

 

 

 

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19 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Francis Bacon & Richard II

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I wonder how Anthony Bacon, principle secretary to the Earl of Essex unless I'm mistaken, managed to escape prosecution in the fall out from the failed uprising...?

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