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21 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript & The Rape of Lucrece

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Isn't it great that we have this seemingly lone example (the cover of the Bacon Shakespeare manuscript) of the actual clerical administration of Bacon's scriptorium?

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27 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

The Entries on the Outer Cover Relating to Various Shakespeare Poems & Plays

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No wonder that the Bacon-Shakespeare manuscript is about as popular with Stratfordians and Oxfordians as the Promus! Like holy water to the Devil.

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1 hour ago, Eric Roberts said:

No wonder that the Bacon-Shakespeare manuscript is about as popular with Stratfordians and Oxfordians as the Promus! Like holy water to the Devil.

And they have celebrated the book The Shakespearean Ciphers Examined which was very popular to them. At least until A. Phoenix destroyed their fantasy with The Fraudulent Friedmans this summer. ūüėČ

 

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Secret Signature of FB in The Rape of Lucrece

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The Cryptic Signature of F.Bacon on the Last Page of The Rape of Lucrece

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The Long Word on the Outer Cover of The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript found in Love's Labour's Lost

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Francis Bacon spotted the Cryptographical Potential in Love's Labour's Lost Long Word

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Francis Bacon Names Two Characters after His Brothers in Love's Labour's Lost

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The Long Word in Love's Labour's Lost

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Francis Bacon Cryptically Reveals Himself as the Author of Love's Labour's Lost

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On 12/4/2022 at 3:33 AM, A Phoenix said:

The Long Word on the Outer Cover of The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript found in Love's Labour's Lost

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I don't think I have ever seen a photo or facsimile of this word pyramid. I've seen the text version for about long as I have known about the Sonnets Pyramid (21 years?), and obviously have always taken a huge interest. Has anyone here seen an image? Maybe I have and forgot? I'd love to study the original and even try the amazing technique Mighty Yann (Allisnum2er) does so well while teaching us how to do it. Thank you, Yann!!!!

I've played with an HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS pyramid about a third of my life. I tend to get slightly different results depending on where my knowledge and skill is when I do it. In 2001/2002 I was able to use every letter in a perfect reflection of current events syncing with the Sonnets Pyramid. Today I am down to the last three letters in the puzzle, oh well can't always hit 100% on target! The bulk of the solution is always exactly the same, but there are enough loose letters that they leave room for synchronicity and interpretations that are in-the-moment yet the puzzle also becomes eternally significant; every day, week, or every year. So far every century?

The Sonnets Pyramid is very similar. Every Line, every part of the Design is in a perfect creation. The stand out stuff on one level is about the numbers 157 and 287. It is Sealed impressively. The words Bacon wrote tell his life. Once we get it, looking in the Sonnets aware of the Seal structure, we see beyond the Veil. Some days a line you read is where we are in the moment, everything makes sense. The line you never understood before with conviction suddenly clicks maybe with something really weird going on in the World, whatever.  I read a lot of the sames lines every year and every year I see and learn something new! LOL

OK, the following is my today version of the word pyramid (not Bacon's, but mine).

Start with this word:

HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS

 

Take out BACON and TUDOR:

BACON TUDOR

 

HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS

 

Now you have these letters:

HIFIILIINITITABUS

 

The last few times in this puzzle I've taken the first letter, the H, and like with the final letter (...W. Mr. H.) of the Sonnets Dedication Poem in the middle of the Star. Remember also that Yann taught some of us about the letter H last Spring:

In his "English Grammar" (1641) Ben Jonson tells us that the letter H is the " Queen Mother" of Consonants.

For the Dedication poem and here today I know H (8) as a hint at FB (2+6). If I apply what Yann has shown us then H is the Mother and FB is the Son?

HIFIILIINITITABUS

 

Now we have these letters which hold the BIG clue from Bacon on his Sonnets:

IFIILIINITITABUS

 

Let me put in some spaces with the first nine letters:

IFI ILI INI

Do you see Pillars with something between? Imagine the I's as Pillars.

IFI, ILI, INI. Makes perfect sense!! The ‚ÄúI‚ÄĚ are Pillars marking each level where a seeker/initiate/follower/fool or whoever goes from one place in the Sonnets Pyramid to the next ‚Äúhigher‚ÄĚ plane. Do you see?

IFI

F = 6, we pass the 6th Tier to achieve the 7th Tier and Day 157. The first level goal for a new person.

ILI

L = 11, we pass the 11th Tier to finally, after a lot of work and study to find ourselves in the 12th Tier where Day 287 begins.

INI

N = 13, and we pass the first 13 Tiers where for those of us (just me?) who have play in Bacon’s Sonnets know that this is where the capstone floats off the bottom. So happens today we are in the first Sonnet of the 14th Tier, Sonnet 144.

Here are the next and the rest of the letters:

TIT A BUS

Well, T I T we all know, the Two Pillars, Thirty Three, with an I (EYE) between. Did we just earn (learn) our way through the first 13 Tiers and are now in the first Day of the 14th Tier, where we find TIT in the long word puzzle. This is the Tier in the Dollar Pyramid where there is an EYE is in the center of the 14th Tier. Bacon's eye?

Next letter is A, a final confirmation that we accept the Pyramid.

Darn, I have three letters left over.

BUS

I could reshuffle and try again, but three letters left is OK. LOL

OK, I'll say this with those letters:

I am totally on the BACON BUS for Life!

ūüôā

 

 

 

 

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I don't think I have ever seen a photo or facsimile of this word pyramid. I've seen the text version for about long as I have known about the Sonnets Pyramid (21 years?), and obviously have always taken a huge interest. Has anyone here seen an image? Maybe I have and forgot? I'd love to study the original and even try the amazing technique Mighty Yann (Allisnum2er) does so well while teaching us how to do it. Thank you, Yann!!!!

I've played with an HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS pyramid about a third of my life. I tend to get slightly different results depending on where my knowledge and skill is when I do it. In 2001/2002 I was able to use every letter in a perfect reflection of current events syncing with the Sonnets Pyramid. Today I am down to the last three letters in the puzzle, oh well can't always hit 100% on target! The bulk of the solution is always exactly the same, but there are enough loose letters that they leave room for synchronicity and interpretations that are in-the-moment yet the puzzle also becomes eternally significant; every day, week, or every year. So far every century?

The Sonnets Pyramid is very similar. Every Line, every part of the Design is in a perfect creation. The stand out stuff on one level is about the numbers 157 and 287. It is Sealed impressively. The words Bacon wrote tell his life. Once we get it, looking in the Sonnets aware of the Seal structure, we see beyond the Veil. Some days a line you read is where we are in the moment, everything makes sense. The line you never understood before with conviction suddenly clicks maybe with something really weird going on in the World, whatever.  I read a lot of the sames lines every year and every year I see and learn something new! LOL

OK, the following is my today version of the word pyramid (not Bacon's, but mine).

Start with this word:

HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS

 

Take out BACON and TUDOR:

BACON TUDOR

 

HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS

 

Now you have these letters:

HIFIILIINITITABUS

 

The last few times in this puzzle I've taken the first letter, the H, and like with the final letter (...W. Mr. H.) of the Sonnets Dedication Poem in the middle of the Star. Remember also that Yann taught some of us about the letter H last Spring:

In his "English Grammar" (1641) Ben Jonson tells us that the letter H is the " Queen Mother" of Consonants.

For the Dedication poem and here today I know H (8) as a hint at FB (2+6). If I apply what Yann has shown us then H is the Mother and FB is the Son?

HIFIILIINITITABUS

 

Now we have these letters which hold the BIG clue from Bacon on his Sonnets:

IFIILIINITITABUS

 

Let me put in some spaces with the first nine letters:

IFI ILI INI

Do you see Pillars with something between? Imagine the I's as Pillars.

IFI, ILI, INI. Makes perfect sense!! The ‚ÄúI‚ÄĚ are Pillars marking each level where a seeker/initiate/follower/fool or whoever goes from one place in the Sonnets Pyramid to the next ‚Äúhigher‚ÄĚ plane. Do you see?

IFI

F = 6, we pass the 6th Tier to achieve the 7th Tier and Day 157. The first level goal for a new person.

ILI

L = 11, we pass the 11th Tier to finally, after a lot of work and study to find ourselves in the 12th Tier where Day 287 begins.

INI

N = 13, and we pass the first 13 Tiers where for those of us (just me?) who have play in Bacon’s Sonnets know that this is where the capstone floats off the bottom. So happens today we are in the first Sonnet of the 14th Tier, Sonnet 144.

Here are the next and the rest of the letters:

TIT A BUS

Well, T I T we all know, the Two Pillars, Thirty Three, with an I (EYE) between. Did we just earn (learn) our way through the first 13 Tiers and are now in the first Day of the 14th Tier, where we find TIT in the long word puzzle. This is the Tier in the Dollar Pyramid where there is an EYE is in the center of the 14th Tier. Bacon's eye?

Next letter is A, a final confirmation that we accept the Pyramid.

Darn, I have three letters left over.

BUS

I could reshuffle and try again, but three letters left is OK. LOL

OK, I'll say this with those letters:

I am totally on the BACON BUS for Life!

ūüôā

 

 

 

 

Just spent a pleasant hour or two looking online for the facsimile of the HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS word pyramid. No luck. It seems that to date the British Library has neglected to scan FB's source text. Or am I wrong? Sorry I can't help. You put so much work into your analysis of it. Many thanks!

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Just spent a pleasant hour or two looking online for the facsimile of the HONORIFICABILITUDINITITABUS word pyramid. No luck. It seems that to date the British Library has neglected to scan FB's source text. Or am I wrong? Sorry I can't help. You put so much work into your analysis of it. Many thanks!

I'm fairly certain Peter Dawkins was the first source of where I heard of it. I've had it on my list of images I want to see for a long time. Years ago I'd search microfiche and as far as I remember I never found it.

I was hoping, excited even, totally ready to be embarrassed if someone to posted a link of the image that would trigger my mind and I'd say, "Oh yea! DUH! I forgot!"

It is somewhere, below the Rose...

ūüėČ

Thanks for looking Eric! I know you are a Master at research! ūüôā

 

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The BACON Acrostic on the Title Page of Love's Labour's Lost

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The Line on the Outer Cover of the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript Echoed in Richard II and Romeo & Juliet

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The Diagrammatical Anagram BACON on the Title Page of Romeo & Juliet

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1 hour ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Rob, Eric and Yann,

As Eric pointed out the long word pyramid is housed in the Bacon Papers at the British Library and I am not aware of facsimile reproduction of it in any printed work. 

 

Here are two consolation prizes from The British Library. The first was originally titled¬†‚ÄúVerulamiana‚ÄĚ published by Dutton in 1803 and then in 1808 retitled "The Beauties of Sir Francis Bacon". Pre-Spedding, it is a well researched conventional biography with interesting source material (letters, etc.) but nothing of Bacon's secret life, naturally:¬†https://access.bl.uk/item/viewer/ark:/81055/vdc_100050587868.0x000001#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=8&xywh=-1054%2C-116%2C3276%2C2288

The second has nothing to do with Francis Bacon but I thought that Yann might find it especially interesting. It's the smallest of 21 alchemical scrolls from the 15th Century by George Ripley, a canon of Bridlington Priory in Yorkshire. The scan is very high quality so you can zoom right in. To view the entire scroll you have to use the dropdown menu in the far right corner. https://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_5025_f001ar

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Here are two consolation prizes from The British Library. The first was originally titled¬†‚ÄúVerulamiana‚ÄĚ published by Dutton in 1803 and then in 1808 retitled "The Beauties of Sir Francis Bacon". Pre-Spedding, it is a well researched conventional biography with interesting source material (letters, etc.) but nothing of Bacon's secret life, naturally:¬†https://access.bl.uk/item/viewer/ark:/81055/vdc_100050587868.0x000001#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=8&xywh=-1054%2C-116%2C3276%2C2288

The second has nothing to do with Francis Bacon but I thought that Yann might find it especially interesting. It's the smallest of 21 alchemical scrolls from the 15th Century by George Ripley, a canon of Bridlington Priory in Yorkshire. The scan is very high quality so you can zoom right in. To view the entire scroll you have to use the dropdown menu in the far right corner. https://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_5025_f001ar

Thank you, detective Eric ! Those are two awesome consolation prizes !‚̧ԳŹ

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13 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The Diagrammatical Anagram BACON on the Title Page of Romeo & Juliet

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Hi Phoenixes... words fail me, or rather I fail them... I can't express my admiration for this current work of yours... too rich and complex for me to fully comprehend. All I know is that your huge undertaking - the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript - is like a magnifying glass which draws in light (historical information) and focusses it into a clear image of the past for the present to reconsider and realise. So much evidence so well expressed cannot be refuted by the academic powers that be, or by any scholars who remain open and impartial to the evidence before them. Your new grand synthesis of previous studies of the document formerly known as the Northumberland Manuscript, and its many interconnections with the plays and the life of Francis Bacon, will surely become the primary reference work on the subject for future generations to build upon. 

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Hi Eric,

If we could select more than one reaction, after having pressed the 'Thanks' button, we would have followed it with the 'Wow' one!

Whatever the merit of our work, your assessment of it was powerfully and eloquently articulated and perhaps even more impressively you brilliantly described our intentions in attempting to re-present this important unique document to a modern Bacon-Shakespeare audience who might be unfamilar with its true and full sigificance and its little known and seldom read contents.  In the fullness of time when our contribution to the subject of the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript has long been forgotten, the document itself will come to be recognised for what is, an indisputable confirmation that Lord Bacon is Shakespeare, something that is known to every child, student, and literary scholar, the world over.

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The Names of Francis Bacon & William Shakespeare Scribbled All Over the Outer Cover of the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript

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Francis Bacon In Hiding, In Concealment, In Secret

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The Handwriting on the Outer Cover of the Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript

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