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Good afternoon High Wizard of B'Hive,

This is an astonishing video document combining your unique learning, meticulous eye for the invisible here made visible by you, with the diversity and flexibilty of your rare mind to make sense of it, and like all Grand Masters, a masterful ability to deliver it in a clear and cohorent narrative, all done with impressive modesty and panache. A Tour de Force. Simply awesome!

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2 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Beautiful and amazing Birthday tribute to Sir Francis Bacon the Sweet Swan of Avon. 🙂

Nice work Yann!!

Thank you Rob,

I immediatly thought of you last friday (13 - a lucky day 🙂 ) when I discovered on page 319 of the Essays "I AM SHA" in acrostic.

I AM SHA - I AM 1881 - It was difficult to keep it for myself !

Talking about page 319, I have just realized something ...

If SHAKE-SPEARE = CYGNE D'AVON = 103 then SHAKE-SPEARE + CYGNE D'AVON = 206  # 26 or B.F.  or B(acon) (F)rancis

And  guess what is the reverse cipher of SHAKESPEARE CYGNE DAVON ?

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2 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Good afternoon High Wizard of B'Hive,

This is an astonishing video document combining your unique learning, meticulous eye for the invisible here made visible by you, with the diversity and flexibilty of your rare mind to make sense of it, and like all Grand Masters, a masterful ability to deliver it in a clear and cohorent narrative, all done with impressive modesty and panache. A Tour de Force. Simply awesome!

Hi A Phoenix,

Thank you for your very kind words.❤️🙏 I am very glad you like the video.

I realise that because of the haste in order to share this video in due time, there are some typos, I hope that this does not undermine the content too much!

Anyway, once again, many thanks for your support.

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In the video, I mention "Resuscitatio" published by William Rawley in 1657.

Initially, I planned to start my video with  "The life of the Honourable Author" but I changed my mind.

However, here is something else that I want to share with you today.

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The allusion to York Place, later Whitehall Palace, has been known for a long time.

But I think that Rawley concealed more than this clue.

Queen Elizabeth at York Place, mother of Kingdome, NationLord Bacon.

 

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18 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Just to add my thanks and admiration for your elegant and very fitting tribute to the One we all admire so much. Many congratulations to both Lord Bacon and your good self.

Many thanks Eric ! 🙏❤️ I am touched by your generous words and support.

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THE TWO STONES

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When I discovered the identity of the two stones hidden in the middle of this passage, I thought that Francis Bacon had decided to use the French words "Emeraude" and "Saphir", instead of "Esmrald" and "Saphire".

But as an afterthought, I realised that the French for Esmerald in the 17th century would have probably been "Esmeraude" or "Esmeraulde", "Emeraude" being a modern french spelling.

Imagine my surprise when I discovered that "EMERAUDE" was a "Middle English word" and that it was used by ... EDMUND SPENCER, another Mask of FRANCIS BACON ! 

The word "Emeraude" is used in "The Visions of Bellay"  and in "The Faery Queen" dedicated to  ... QUEEN ELIZABETH I.

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https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k106848q/f19.item

"Le pavé fut de iaspe,& d'esmeraulde fine"

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https://archive.org/details/faerieqveensheph00spenc/page/n585/mode/2up?q=EMERAUDE

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https://archive.org/details/faerieqveensheph00spenc/page/118/mode/2up?q=EMERAUDE

On page 119 of  "The faerie qveen : The shepheards calendar : together with the other works of England's arch-poët" (1611)

119 is the simple cipher of MEDIOCRIA FIRMA.

I think that Francis Bacon concealed the word "Emeraude" on purpose, as a clue to show us that Spenser was also one of his mask.

 

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THE TWO STONES

I wondered if these two stones could have another purpose.

Then a question came to my mind : "What happens if we mix Blue and Green together ?"

We obtain TURQUOISE.

And is TURQUOISE mentionned in the First Folio ?

Indeed ! Only once, on page 173 of Comedies , 173 or 17/3 , R.C., Rosie Cross

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It reminds me "Turk Head" 😉 

And here is what can be found a few lines further on ...

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"Companie" , "Sailes" , "Before you venture"  ... T.T.MAP

For me, it echoes the Shakespeare's Sonnets (1609)

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(See the work of Petter Admunsen on the T.T. MAP)

Now, having in mind the recent posts of Royalcraftiness on T.T. and T.T.T.T, I wonder if the message  could be :

There are two T.T. Maps which, together, form a T.T.T.T Map.

This is just an idea. 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Now, having in mind the recent posts of Royalcraftiness on T.T. and T.T.T.T, I wonder if the message...

I was swimming in the RC (CJ) synchronicity, not just the Ts and their arrangements, but Turk(ies) and more.

LOL

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"What is a Whoremaster Foole?"

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The question is not "What is a Whoremaster, Foole?" It is "What is a Whoremaster Foole?" Big difference in meaning.

Bacon was the Whoremaster Foole. A Foole in good clothes, somewhat like his friends and those in his circle. Sometimes he appeared as a Lord, sometimes a Lawyer. Always a Philospoher (my opinion). He had "two Stones". And Bacon was often thought of as a Knight, Sir Francis Bacon. And Bacon, the Whoremaster Foole, like most of us, has lived in all shapes vp and downe, from 80 to 13. Which is 93 added as Yann pointed out, I and C. 😉

9 x 3 is 27 too. (On my mind...)

FOOLE is 102 Kaye cipher.

ONE HUNDRED TWO is 157 Simple, 168 Reverse, 58 Short, and 287 Kaye cipher as is WILLIAM TUDOR I.

EMERAUDE  is 33 Short cipher which is the Simple cipher of BACON while referring to Elizabeth I? I like it...

Is Elizabeth the Whoremaster? What does that even mean? But can I see Bacon suggesting his Mother was a Whore? He knew she was not a Lady, much less a Virgin.

Can I see Bacon calling her a Master? Oh yes, no doubt.

What if his Whoremaster is his Father, Dudley? He's been in the B'Hive news lately. Could be, I'm still catching up. "What is a Whoremaster Foole?"

EMERAUDE SAPHIR is 74 Short cipher, the Simple cipher of TUDOR. Two stones.

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Saphir? Sapphire?

https://www.larkmasonartadvisory.com/lark-mason-blog-content/2020/10/7/the-eyes-of-the-queen-robert-dudley-earl-of-leicester-and-nicholas-hilliardnbsp

The confidence in the portrait of Robert Dudley (1532-1588), Elizabeth I favorite and skilled advisor at court, accomplished diplomat and businessman, and advocate for non-conforming protestants. The Hilliard portrait of Dudley is in the National Portrait Gallery and is stunning. His head is turned to his right, his lace collar rises up over his cheeks and he wears a short Van Dyck beard and long, drooping but finely manicured mustache. Theres a slight ruddiness to his face. He has closely cropped hair and is wearing a caplike formless hat with black feather and jeweled border. His jacket is black with short tufts of gathered lace on the shoulders, and he wears a ruby or garnet, and sapphire gold necklace similar to the small gold-mounted jewels that encircle the edge of his cap.  

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3 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

THE TWO STONES

I wondered if these two stones could have another purpose.

Then a question came to my mind : "What happens if we mix Blue and Green together ?"

We obtain TURQUOISE.

And is TURQUOISE mentionned in the First Folio ?

Indeed ! Only once, on page 173 of Comedies , 173 or 17/3 , R.C., Rosie Cross

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It reminds me "Turk Head" 😉 

And here is what can be found a few lines further on ...

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"Companie" , "Sailes" , "Before you venture"  ... T.T.MAP

For me, it echoes the Shakespeare's Sonnets (1609)

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(See the work of Petter Admunsen on the T.T. MAP)

Now, having in mind the recent posts of Royalcraftiness on T.T. and T.T.T.T, I wonder if the message  could be :

There are two T.T. Maps which, together, form a T.T.T.T Map.

This is just an idea. 

 

 

The most overt meaning is that 4 Taus come together (in right-left and top-down symmetry) to give the emblem of the Triple Tau.  The T=19 in simple cipher, but it is 300 in Greek gematria. That 300 is the sum of all letters in the 24 letter Tudor simple cipher, allowing a powerful syllogism. This can be thought of as 24 placeholders in a 5x5 magic square. I'll repost this because it got deleted.

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This is a larger square that has the property of being Ezekiel's description of the plan for the Temple. The inner square is symbolic of the central altar. The overall suggestion may also be that of the impenetrable inner vault. 

The 10x10 magic square has a magic constant that is given by the equation MC=1/2(n) (n^2 +1), for n=10 the MC=505

Each side of the 4Tau block is 505 units of length. The perimeter around the square is given by partial lengths 505, 1010 (T T), 1515 and 2020 (40, 4T). 10x10 is thus an ideal symbol for FB. 33+67=100=Cygnus and all that comes with it as far as physical lines intersecting on a globe.

On the highest level what this suggests is in an fact a solution for 4T which involves 4T in the answer. This sort of self reference is the property of infinite fractions that describe irrational numbers like Phi and Pi.  These numbers are unknowable. They cannot be grasped in their fullness. They are the perfect symbol for the infinite nature of the Monad=God.

A map to the treasure has been said by many to be the KJV. There are many levels of symbolism with TT. TT touching is pi. Francis and his brother used the alias pi and Phi. You now have a better sense why.

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40 minutes ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

On the highest level what this suggests is in an fact a solution for 4T which involves 4T in the answer. This sort of self reference is the property of infinite fractions that describe irrational numbers like Phi and Pi.  These numbers are unknowable. They cannot be grasped in their fullness. They are the perfect symbol for the infinite nature of the Monad=God.

And I LOVE Pi so much! LOL

Of course, I am irrational and somewhat an unknowable human! 🙂

I have a client/friend running for a local election on March 14 who's Birthday is March 14, Pi Day. She is a HS math teacher, all bout Pi. She can actually follow my Bacon math, and listens to my Bacon rants. She watches the Oak Island TV show and gets excited when they mention Bacon thinking of me. LOL

But true what you say, irrational numbers are one real way to try to understand the infinite, and eternal. God, Monad, whatever it is. I remember as a youth contemplating how numbers like Pi work, never ending, forever and ever...

Just like what we were told Hell was like as kids. We'd writhe in agony for ever and ever in Hell. "Not just a few millions years, but forever, no end, just keeps going, as you burn in writhe in agony, in Hell, for screwing up in this instance of life, forever, and ever..." (Note the dot dot dot at the end, it means infinity/eternity...)

😉

The Pi Rabbit Hole, I think I'll try to get to the end. I see the path, it unfolds as I walk, a few more numbers, just a few more numbers. I am almost there, just a few more...

 

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17 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

And I LOVE Pi so much! LOL

Of course, I am irrational and somewhat an unknowable human! 🙂

I have a client/friend running for a local election on March 14 who's Birthday is March 14, Pi Day. She is a HS math teacher, all bout Pi. She can actually follow my Bacon math, and listens to my Bacon rants. She watches the Oak Island TV show and gets excited when they mention Bacon thinking of me. LOL

But true what you say, irrational numbers are one real way to try to understand the infinite, and eternal. God, Monad, whatever it is. I remember as a youth contemplating how numbers like Pi work, never ending, forever and ever...

Just like what we were told Hell was like as kids. We'd writhe in agony for ever and ever in Hell. "Not just a few millions years, but forever, no end, just keeps going, as you burn in writhe in agony, in Hell, for screwing up in this instance of life, forever, and ever..." (Note the dot dot dot at the end, it means infinity/eternity...)

😉

The Pi Rabbit Hole, I think I'll try to get to the end. I see the path, it unfolds as I walk, a few more numbers, just a few more numbers. I am almost there, just a few more...

 

Pi is in the sky!

 

I saw Eternity the other night,

Like a great ring of pure and endless light,

All calm, as it was bright,

And round beneath it, Time in hours, days, years, 

Driv'n by the spheres

Like a vast shadow moved; in which the world

And all her train were hurled...

                       Henry Vaughn, "The World"

 

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Entering Day 287 after passing through the 11th Tier when Sonnet 122 begins with a double T typo:

TThy guift,,thy tables,are within my braine
Full characterd with lasting memory,
Which shall aboue that idle rancke remaine
Beyond all date euen to eternity.

The first letters of these for important lines are T, F, W, B.

F - Francis
B - Bacon
W - William
T - Tudor

FBWT is 100 Kaye cipher as is the Kaye cipher of TUDOR, but also the Simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON.

1 hour ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

There are many levels of symbolism with TT. TT touching is pi. Francis and his brother used the alias pi and Phi.

Was Francis pi?

3.14...

Pi is fun.

Beyond all date even to eternity...

 

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10 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Entering Day 287 after passing through the 11th Tier when Sonnet 122 begins with a double T typo:

TThy guift,,thy tables,are within my braine
Full characterd with lasting memory,
Which shall aboue that idle rancke remaine
Beyond all date euen to eternity.

The first letters of these for important lines are T, F, W, B.

F - Francis
B - Bacon
W - William
T - Tudor

FBWT is 100 Kaye cipher as is the Kaye cipher of TUDOR, but also the Simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON.

Was Francis pi?

3.14...

Pi is fun.

Beyond all date even to eternity...

 

Maybe. Pi, the letter, is from the Phoenician Pe whose symbol was the mirror image of a C. It's Greek value was 80. We've seen lots of 40 and 80. Phi had the value of 500. That's not quite 505, but 4 times the difference is 20. You can place the extra 20 in the vault .The resulting ratio of total simple cipher values of the square divided by the perimeter value of the magic square is 2020/1220= 1.65 as compared to 1.62. Not quite Phi, but close.

Put 48 in the vault and you have a real good approximation of Phi. You can achieve that by putting four 3:4:5 triangles in the vault. Their perimeter would be 6x8=48. The opportunity is there to use pi and Phi. Bacon as pi is fine with me. It would make him be the person signing Kate's mystery letter mentioned the other day. As I've said, TT is the symbol of pi when the tops are touching.

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10 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Saphir? Sapphire?

https://www.larkmasonartadvisory.com/lark-mason-blog-content/2020/10/7/the-eyes-of-the-queen-robert-dudley-earl-of-leicester-and-nicholas-hilliardnbsp

The confidence in the portrait of Robert Dudley (1532-1588), Elizabeth I favorite and skilled advisor at court, accomplished diplomat and businessman, and advocate for non-conforming protestants. The Hilliard portrait of Dudley is in the National Portrait Gallery and is stunning. His head is turned to his right, his lace collar rises up over his cheeks and he wears a short Van Dyck beard and long, drooping but finely manicured mustache. Theres a slight ruddiness to his face. He has closely cropped hair and is wearing a caplike formless hat with black feather and jeweled border. His jacket is black with short tufts of gathered lace on the shoulders, and he wears a ruby or garnet, and sapphire gold necklace similar to the small gold-mounted jewels that encircle the edge of his cap.  

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Portrait of Robert Dudley by Steven van der Meulen (active between: 1543-1568) No sapphires or emeralds, but a tunic covered in pearls.

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10 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Saphir? Sapphire?

https://www.larkmasonartadvisory.com/lark-mason-blog-content/2020/10/7/the-eyes-of-the-queen-robert-dudley-earl-of-leicester-and-nicholas-hilliardnbsp

The confidence in the portrait of Robert Dudley (1532-1588), Elizabeth I favorite and skilled advisor at court, accomplished diplomat and businessman, and advocate for non-conforming protestants. The Hilliard portrait of Dudley is in the National Portrait Gallery and is stunning. His head is turned to his right, his lace collar rises up over his cheeks and he wears a short Van Dyck beard and long, drooping but finely manicured mustache. Theres a slight ruddiness to his face. He has closely cropped hair and is wearing a caplike formless hat with black feather and jeweled border. His jacket is black with short tufts of gathered lace on the shoulders, and he wears a ruby or garnet, and sapphire gold necklace similar to the small gold-mounted jewels that encircle the edge of his cap.  

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Found this article on gem stones referenced in the Shakespeare plays:

https://www.rockngem.com/shakespeares-jewelry-and-gemstones/

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Here we see "Emrold" and "Saphire" together on a misnumbered page in Merry Wives of Windsor:

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/77/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

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Speaking of the Merry Wives, there's an entire dialogue in act 4 scene 1 where they poke fun of William's less that spectacular education. There's a question young William is asked about the definition of a lapis which is given as a stone. A lapis is a also reference to lapis lazuli whose color is deep sapphire blue.  Line 48 just near it  is the one where we are told that Hang-hog is Latin for Bacon. HH, quite coincidently, are the initials on the cover of the "The Hunting of the Snark". 

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15 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

"What is a Whoremaster Foole?"

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The question is not "What is a Whoremaster, Foole?" It is "What is a Whoremaster Foole?" Big difference in meaning.

Bacon was the Whoremaster Foole. A Foole in good clothes, somewhat like his friends and those in his circle. Sometimes he appeared as a Lord, sometimes a Lawyer. Always a Philospoher (my opinion). He had "two Stones". And Bacon was often thought of as a Knight, Sir Francis Bacon. And Bacon, the Whoremaster Foole, like most of us, has lived in all shapes vp and downe, from 80 to 13. Which is 93 added as Yann pointed out, I and C. 😉

9 x 3 is 27 too. (On my mind...)

FOOLE is 102 Kaye cipher.

ONE HUNDRED TWO is 157 Simple, 168 Reverse, 58 Short, and 287 Kaye cipher as is WILLIAM TUDOR I.

EMERAUDE  is 33 Short cipher which is the Simple cipher of BACON while referring to Elizabeth I? I like it...

Is Elizabeth the Whoremaster? What does that even mean? But can I see Bacon suggesting his Mother was a Whore? He knew she was not a Lady, much less a Virgin.

Can I see Bacon calling her a Master? Oh yes, no doubt.

What if his Whoremaster is his Father, Dudley? He's been in the B'Hive news lately. Could be, I'm still catching up. "What is a Whoremaster Foole?"

EMERAUDE SAPHIR is 74 Short cipher, the Simple cipher of TUDOR. Two stones.

Hi Rob,

In my video I tried to limit the numerical aspect to the strict minimum, and to concentrate attention on the anagrammatic aspect and what I will call now the "mediocria" technic. But I was sure that you would not miss the interesting numbers hidden behind FOOLE EMERAUDE AND SAPHIR !😊

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4 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Here we see "Emrold" and "Saphire" together on a misnumbered page in Merry Wives of Windsor:

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/77/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

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Rob, I must admit that I don't know how I must take it !?! 😄 This is precisely the passage about The Order of the Garder that I analyze in my video ! 😃

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As I explain in the video, the two stones are mentionned together only twice in the Shakespeare's Works, a first time in "The Lover's Complaint" (1609) and a second time in this page of "The Merry Wives of Windsor" that is the 77th page ( 77=MINERVA) of COMEDIES.

Indeed, this is the misnumbered page page 51/59.

And this misnumbering makes sens if we keep in mind that this is "A Whoremaster FOOLE" that led us to this page.

A FOOLE = 51 (Simple cipher) and 99 (Reverse cipher ) knowing that WILL TUDOR = 99 (reverse cipher)  😉 

 

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