Allisnum2er Posted January 24 Author Share Posted January 24 15 hours ago, RoyalCraftiness said: 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. 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. Thank you for sharing CJ. There is a lot to think about and to digest 😅 I would need one complete week to read all your posts with a cool head. For the moment I am on the link between the Mitre of St Paul and Triangulum you talk about in your Topic on the Sylva Sylvarum's frontispiece. The Turks Head and The Mitre Tavern are also mentionned in "Resuscitatio"(1657 - 1661) Thanks to your post, I make some research, and discovered this book that you probably know : The Sphere of Marcus Manilius. https://books.google.fr/books?id=KGFDAAAAcAAJ&pg=RA1-PA141&lpg=RA1-PA141&dq=Mitre+Saint+paul+triangulum+The+sphere+google+book&source=bl&ots=mF7xMqA5Ff&sig=ACfU3U2CjxNaYJonvzfj8uZZ0-UswweuEQ&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjWvMuiyeD8AhV0VaQEHXpqAPwQ6AF6BAgIEAM#v=onepage&q&f=false (By the way, page 33 is about the HARE (Rabbit's hole 🙂 ) I love the fact that by coincidence, the mitre of St Paul is mentionned on page 141 (FRANCIS TUDOR simple cipher) And I learned that Cepheus was associated to ... SOLOMON !!! 😲 I had miss the point ! I understand now why Francis Bacon concealed his name by using the shape of the constellation Cepheus ... that was a reference to THE HOUSE OF SOLOMON ! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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