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6 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I think it is not the same. The one below has the cross in the center.

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Curious though, what is the knot that fits?

Hi Kate. I think your knot is as close as one can get to the engraving, which looks to me as if it has been "fudged" and doesn't link with the tails of the letters. The centre cross in the print has slipped down slightly, that's all. There are 8 spaces in both knots. I think the artist had your knot in mind but deviated to make it (sort of) connect to the two letters on either side. 

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After much reflection of all the excellent inputs, I have come to the conclusion that the design was meant to symbolize a clew.

It is placed between P (R) and S. Numerically P and S produce 33 as in Bacon.

But if we decide P is R then we derive the sum of 35.

As both numbers can be found, then we have a possible pseudo third: 33 = 35 = 68 = A Secret.

Actually, it's possible to derive both 33 and 34 from BACON, and, because 33 + 34 = 67 = Francis, the whole

famous name lies between two letters: P and S.

 

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12 minutes ago, peethagoras said:

After much reflection of all the excellent inputs, I have come to the conclusion that the design was meant to symbolize a clew.

It is placed between P (R) and S. Numerically P and S produce 33 as in Bacon.

Yea, really, the "R" looks more like a "P". The leg of the letter does not even really get close to the line where its foot should be. Even with a suggestion of a serif, the leg falls short of being a leg of an "R".

In fact, it may be the head of the knot with the tail connecting to the "S"?

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The Emblem appearing on the titlepage of The New Atlantis appeared for the first time in the "Protestant" version of  "Of Prayer and Meditation" by Luis de Granada published in 1596.

https://archive.org/details/bim_early-english-books-1475-1640_of-prayer-and-meditatio_luis-de-granada_1596/page/n5/mode/2up

Few years ago, I wondered if "Granada" could be a clue and if there could have a link between Granada and Francis Bacon.

This is how I discovered the Alhambra and the Patio of the Palace of Charles V with its 32 (x2) columns, in Granada, Spain.

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Ra-smit, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

And here is the famous ceiling of the Emperor's Chamber with  his motto 'PLUS OULTRE".

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Jebulon, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

It also shows the letters "K" for Karolus, an Y for Isabel (of Portugal), his wife.

Interestingly, K(10) + Y(23) = 33

 

And here is what could be one of the origin of the Frontispiece of Novum Organum by Francis Bacon.

https://books.openedition.org/psorbonne/96140

Frontispiece du Regimiento de navegación de Andrés García de Céspedes (1606)

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I remind you that "Plus Oltre" appears in the Emblem 45 of Alciat , In Dies Meliora, related with Francis Bacon.

https://www.emblems.arts.gla.ac.uk/alciato/emblem.php?id=A21a045

I also remind you the link that can be made with the first English Edition of "The heroicall devises of M Claudiu Paradin" published in 1591, in which can be found an obvious error in one of the Devises saying that Augustus Caesar used "the Monkey or Marmset" ( instead of a SPHINX) as a singular secret sign.

(See my video "Filum Labyrinthi")

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The printer's mark of Richard Smith appearing in the 1596 edition of "Of Prayer and Meditation" is based on the printer's mark of Conrad Badius, who published books dedicated to the work of John Calvin, the French Protestant reformator.

One of this book, talking about psychopannychia and the immortality of the soul,has my interest :

https://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/bd/bge/gln/notice/index.php?no=GLN-406&glnlangue=de

https://www.monergism.com/thethreshold/sdg/calvin_psychopannychia.html

And here is an Essay talking about Francis Bacon and John Calvin that seems very interesting :

https://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/6352/1/LANCASTER%2C J - The World's a Bubble Francis Bacon%2C Nature%2C and the Politics of Religion (Revised Final).pdf

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I rather liked the noted page 33.

      33 letters in line 1 of text.

If 33 stands for Bacon, then we need an F for Francis:

As F = 6, I looked at word 6 in line 6 and found "two" which represents B.

Then, using the main text, I counted 33 groups of letters (both words and part words) to land on the same "two".

TO = 33 and W stands for William:

Put W between T and O to get TWO.
 

       Last word line 7 is "700":

      700 divided by 7 = 100 = Francis Bacon.

 

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On 3/22/2024 at 9:11 PM, peethagoras said:

I rather liked the noted page 33.

      33 letters in line 1 of text.

If 33 stands for Bacon, then we need an F for Francis:

As F = 6, I looked at word 6 in line 6 and found "two" which represents B.

Then, using the main text, I counted 33 groups of letters (both words and part words) to land on the same "two".

TO = 33 and W stands for William:

Put W between T and O to get TWO.
 

       Last word line 7 is "700":

      700 divided by 7 = 100 = Francis Bacon.

 

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Rather than start counting from the first line of body text, instead start from title:"DEVISES"

line 6 (F) word 3 from left side is the second "TWO", word 3 from right side is "OUR": (so we have one 33) take letter 3 from both words (so giving a second 33) gives OR, their numbers 14 and 17 add to 31: the number of PIG.

 

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