Allisnum2er Posted January 9 Share Posted January 9 This topic is inspired by a recent post published by RoyalCraftiness It reminded me an interesting discovery that I made one year ago, relating to Tintin. One day, my brother calls me, and in the thread of our discussion he talks to me about a strange dream made by his brother-in-law. In the first part of his dream, while he is at sea, he sees, at the distance a strange ship that seems from another time and which brings to his mind "Christophe Colomb". In the second part of his dream, he is on the moon and see a red rocket. I took this dream as a message for me. The fact is that since 3 days my research revolved around Christophe Colomb thanks to a detail noticed in Basilica Chymica(1629). And my first thought about this dream was ... The Adventures of Tintin : Destination Moon I decided to follow my instinct and to watch the cartoon. From the outset, I knew that I was on the right path ... IFB - 3415 or FB -3,1415 / F(rancis) B(acon)- Pi And the emblem of Syldavie seemed to be the body of a PHOENIX with the head of a PELICAN. Then I noticed the licence plate number ... Playing with numbers, I noticed that 1941 could hide 1914 with 19+14=33 = BACON (simple cipher) Then I realized that the 3 persons wearing green fatigues concealed the number 1491. By the way , Tryphon Tournesol has the number 9 = Thrice Three Notice the EYE in the background ( EYE = 33 simple cipher) And the man with the yellow fatigues wears the number 31 + 31 = 62 or F.B. 😉 Facing the number 1491, and still having the dream of my Brother's Brother-in-law in mind, I wondered if it could be a reference to the travel of Christophe Colomb and the "discovery" of America in 1492 and the preparation of this voyage the previous year. A closer look to this part of the video a second time gave me the answer ... 1491 And the last but not the least 😄 I love to see Tintin wearing the number 56 ( FR. BACON) and Haddock wearing the number 57 (FRA. BACON) With 14+56+9+57=136=BACON-SHAKESPEARE And the link with Shakespeare's Sonnet 136 : " My name is Will" https://archive.org/details/nby_231406 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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