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On 1/24/2023 at 2:54 AM, 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...

 

Hi Rob,

For sure,  Francis Bacon LOVED PI too ! 🙂 

As a reminder, I already shared with you the fact that Francis Bacon had concealed his motto "The Midway is Safe" in the only page 314 of the First Folio.

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/822/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

(Notice that the letters of "SAFE" form the missing Y of MIDWAY)

And to share something new ...

TIME reveals the TRUTH

Interestingly, if you think about 3,14 in term of TIME : 3h14min or 3min14s

3 x 60 + 14 = 194 (minutes or seconds)

By counting from Ben Jonson's Poem, the 194th page is page 177 of "The Merchant of Venice"

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/195/?zoom=1459

177 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE

Hanc Hog is latten for bacon, I warrant you.

Charibdis and Scilla are related to Mediocra Firma (The Midway is Safe)

See Francis Bacon -The Wisdom of the Ancient (1609) -Chapter XXVII

https://www.bartleby.com/82/27.html

I shared with you the deciphering of this passage in my very first video (1623)

https://sirbacon.org/category/allisnum2er/

The fact is that I only shared half of the deciphering, keeping the second part for Part II that I hope to be able to finish one day 😅

Meanwhile, here is a teaser ...

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The King of Iews

Back to the number 194, the  page 194 of Comedies is well known. 😊

Image of page 212

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/212/index.html%3fzoom=800.html

ALL THE WORLD IS A STAGE !!!

 

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Good evening every one,

Here is something that I initially planned to share later on.

But I changed my mind.😊

I am Cartesian in nature and have a scientific background.

However, I realised that I experienced more and more synchronicities through my research,

and that the more I was on the right path (My Path),

the more I experienced signs and synchronicities.

I know, this is far from "The Scientific Method" but that is how it is and I learned to use it at my advantage.

And I would like to give you a taste of what I "experience" almost every day.

Two days before Christmas, my mother offered me a book , "Les Fables de la Fontaine."

Whilst glancing through the pages one poem caught my attention ...

https://internetpoem.com/jean-de-la-fontaine/the-members-and-the-belly-poem/

It immediatly reminded me a funny story that I had learned when I was younger.

WHO SHOULD BE THE BOSS?
 

When God created the body,
All organs of the body argued over
Who should be the Boss.
Brain said he controls all parts of the body,
He should be the Boss.
Eyes said the body would be in the dark without them,
They should be the Boss.
Heart said he circulates blood,
He should be the Boss.
Stomach said he digests foods,
He should be the Boss.
Legs said they take the body wherever he wants to,
They should be the Boss.
And when Arsehole applied for the job,
All organs of the body laughed at him.
Arsehole got very angry and closed up.
After a few days,
Brain got rusty,
Eyes got foggy,
Heart got lazy,
Stomach got dirty,
And Legs got wobbly.
In the end, they unanimously accepted it
And Arsehole became the Boss.
This simple explanation proves that,
You don't have to be brainy to be a Boss,
But being an Arsehole is more than enough.

 

Anonymous

http://www.poetgench.com/english poems/your poems/yourpoem21.htm

I mentionned this to my parents and we have laugh about it together.😄

The next day, I made some research on Bacon/Shakespeare ( that had nothing to do with the Fable), wondering if there  was a link between William Camden and William Shakespeare (You will understand why in the next weeks, I promess.)

Through my research, I learned that in Coriolanus, Shakespeare used the term "Gulf" for "Belly", a term used by Camden in his "Annales".

I was intringued,  facing one more time the word "Belly" . So, I decided to take a closer look at Coriolanus.

The fact is that I had never read this play.

So, imagine my surprise discovering, right at the beginning of the play, the discourse of "The Belly and the members" !!!

Then, I learned the origins of this passage of Coriolanus and of the poem of Jean de la Fontaine.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Belly_and_the_Members

And I smiled when I realized that Coriolanus could be read Coriol ...  anus , anus being the French word for "Arsehole". 

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/fr/dictionnaire/anglais/arsehole

I could link this to the funny story we have laughed about with my parents the day before !

I mentionned this to my parents, and there were amazed by the "coincidence".

Talking about coincidences, few days after, back from my vacations, Eric created a new fascinating topic about Baconian Signatures in Gulliver's Travel, and I found the word "VENTR(E)" the French word for "Belly", in the middle (Mediocra firma) of the Title page.

Moreover Rob , in his very kind invitation in Florida, talked about a nice Hotel on the Gulf  !

GULF/BELLY/VENTRE

And yesterday, I watched the video shared by Lawrence two weeks ago.

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I laughed , event if I did not catch all the nuances.

But must of all, I could not believe it , when I saw the journalist pointing to ... ANUS (ARSEHOLE) !!!

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YeCpHoy9EQ

This is what I call "Signs" and "Synchronicities" that confirm I am on the right path.

Be sure that one month ago I've found what I had to find in Coriolanus !

I realized that there was a passage that I had already read elsewhere ...

https://sirbacon.org/owencirculation.htm

The passage was linked to WILLIAM HARVEY !

I immediatly thought that Bacon would not have mentionned the discovery of William Harvey in his writings without paying a tribute to his friend. (Like the tribute to Amias Paulet)

And what a better tribute to William Harvey, who discovered the blood circulation, that to link his good friend to the Heart ? 😊

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/618/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

This passage takes on a completely different meaning !

In fact, in this passage, Francis Bacon tells us that he is the Brain and the Belly, that William Harvey is the Heart.

Francis Bacon also mentionned Toby Mathew who was his best friend, is Alter ego (Another himself).

Notice that we are on page 2 of Tragedies and that it echoes the page 2 of Comedies.

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/20/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

And  if Francis Bacon payed Tribute to William Harvey in his work, I discovered that William Harvey also payed tribute to his friend in his own work published in 1628, two years after Francis Bacon's "death".

Indeed, the Truth is concealed in the very first illustration of his book  De Motu Cordis ...

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https://archive.org/details/exercitatioanato00harv/page/n77/mode/2up

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1 hour ago, Allisnum2er said:

And I would like to give you a taste of what I "experience" almost every day.

What a gift you have! I'm on the same page, life is amazing.

Another gift you have is an incredible wealth of Knowledge from times and places that I have heard of some when lucky.

Earlier I wanted to share how you find and demonstrate the Middle Way as a specialty. All the while thinking that we as Baconians need to keep Bacon's Middle Way our Main Street. Granted some of us will always tend to one side or the other, but Bacon taught us how to maintain a Safe path. And your visionary skills show us many examples of the Middle Way in the middle of pages with names and ideas all around.

Treasure your life and its gifts, and please continue to share. I don't see you as trying to prove anything, or claiming to be a Baconian scholar, you see and you share, for whatever it is worth. I read, enjoy, and learn. I'm ever amazed by your piercing eyes. 🙂

 

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16 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

What a gift you have! I'm on the same page, life is amazing.

Another gift you have is an incredible wealth of Knowledge from times and places that I have heard of some when lucky.

Earlier I wanted to share how you find and demonstrate the Middle Way as a specialty. All the while thinking that we as Baconians need to keep Bacon's Middle Way our Main Street. Granted some of us will always tend to one side or the other, but Bacon taught us how to maintain a Safe path. And your visionary skills show us many examples of the Middle Way in the middle of pages with names and ideas all around.

Treasure your life and its gifts, and please continue to share. I don't see you as trying to prove anything, or claiming to be a Baconian scholar, you see and you share, for whatever it is worth. I read, enjoy, and learn. I'm ever amazed by your piercing eyes. 🙂

 

Many thanks Rob !❤️ You can be assured that I will continue to share what I see. 😊 

Regarding Mediocria firma, I have just realized that "firma" was also the Italian world for "Signature"😃

I like the idea that Bacon's Mediocria firma is "The Middle Way", Bacon's signature !

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I am working on a new video and I've just made an incredible discovery using the "Mediocria" technic,  that is the "Middle way" Signature of Francis Bacon !!! And I could not wait to share it with you !😃

I applied the "Mediocria" technic to the Sonnet 143 (QUEEN ELIZABETH simple cipher).

Here is what I found ...

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TH' SWAN FLIES - HIDDEN POET

Notice that the word "Flies" is used twice (And TWO FLIES = 103 😉 )

The first one is the 55th word, the second one the 71st word.

55 + 71 = 126 = WILL TUDOR (Simple cipher)

I remind you that we have in acrostic : WHILST BACON IS SOW

And the sum of the First Capital  letters of the 14 verses is 177.

177 = WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE

177 = FRANCIS BACON (100) + MINERVA (77) the Spear-shaker.

JOY

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18 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

And here is the "Middle Way" Signature of Lord Bacon in the First Sonnet 😊.

Sonnet I sets the stage for the 154 Sonnet cipher story. 😉

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,
That thereby beauties Rose might neuer die,

Two lines with a hint that Bacon's story is what is going to follow in the Sonnets. He, "FR", will share his story and the Tudor Rose will never die.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Sonnet I sets the stage for the 154 Sonnet cipher story. 😉

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,
That thereby beauties Rose might neuer die,

Two lines with a hint that Bacon's story is what is going to follow in the Sonnets. He, "FR", will share his story and the Tudor Rose will never die.

 

 

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,
That thereby beauties Rose might neuer die,

74 characteres - 74 = WILLIAM = TUDOR

Two lines with a hint that William Tudor's story is what is going to follow 😊.

Indeed, the Tudor Rose will never die !

By the way, the R of Rose is the 57th character   57 = FRA. BACON (Simple cipher)

(In French the letter R sounds like "Heir" without the "h")

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36 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,
That thereby beauties Rose might neuer die,

74 characteres - 74 = WILLIAM = TUDOR

Two lines with a hint that William Tudor's story is what is going to follow 😊.

Indeed, the Tudor Rose will never die !

By the way, the R of Rose is the 57th character   57 = FRA. BACON (Simple cipher)

(In French the letter R sounds like "Heir" without the "h")

Yann, allow me to challenge you a little. Or maybe not at all. LOL

Years of living in these Sonnets I know most, but not all, of the first 144 and a few beyond. Sonnet I is like a cup of hot coffee in the morning that I have enjoyed during my life. We get this Sonnet, we get a lot of the rest.

However, and I am at a loss never yet to figure out, the last Sonnet. I've spent a lot of time, working very hard for hours at times for years, but I have never nailed it down. Bacon, Elizabeth, everything is in this Sonnet 154, Cupid, so on, but for some reason my eyes are Velied on the message from the final lines of the Sonnets. Sure, I see the obvious, but the last two lines? "...this by that I proue"? Sonnet 1 sets the stage with a Tudor Rose story to prove, Sonnet 154 is the finale. And I do not get it yet! UGH. LOL

I feel like the person standing on an arrowhead frustrated that it seems impossible they would ever be in a place to find an arrowhead.

THe little Loue-God lying once a sleepe,
Laid by his side his heart inflaming brand,
Whilst many Nymphes that vou'd chast life to keep,
Came tripping by,but in her maiden hand,
The fayrest votary tooke vp that fire,
Which many Legions of true hearts had warm'd,
And so the Generall of hot desire,
Was sleeping by a Virgin hand disarm'd.
This brand she quenched in a coole Well by,
Which from loues fire tooke heat perpetuall,
Growing a bath and healthfull remedy,
For men diseasd,but I my Mistrisse thrall,
   Came there for cure and this by that I proue,
   Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Yann, allow me to challenge you a little. Or maybe not at all. LOL

Years of living in these Sonnets I know most, but not all, of the first 144 and a few beyond. Sonnet I is like a cup of hot coffee in the morning that I have enjoyed during my life. We get this Sonnet, we get a lot of the rest.

However, and I am at a loss never yet to figure out, the last Sonnet. I've spent a lot of time, working very hard for hours at times for years, but I have never nailed it down. Bacon, Elizabeth, everything is in this Sonnet 154, Cupid, so on, but for some reason my eyes are Velied on the message from the final lines of the Sonnets. Sure, I see the obvious, but the last two lines? "...this by that I proue"? Sonnet 1 sets the stage with a Tudor Rose story to prove, Sonnet 154 is the finale. And I do not get it yet! UGH. LOL

I feel like the person standing on an arrowhead frustrated that it seems impossible they would ever be in a place to find an arrowhead.

THe little Loue-God lying once a sleepe,
Laid by his side his heart inflaming brand,
Whilst many Nymphes that vou'd chast life to keep,
Came tripping by,but in her maiden hand,
The fayrest votary tooke vp that fire,
Which many Legions of true hearts had warm'd,
And so the Generall of hot desire,
Was sleeping by a Virgin hand disarm'd.
This brand she quenched in a coole Well by,
Which from loues fire tooke heat perpetuall,
Growing a bath and healthfull remedy,
For men diseasd,but I my Mistrisse thrall,
   Came there for cure and this by that I proue,
   Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.

 

I will take a closer look at this Sonnet Rob !

Here are my first ideas ...

Facing the word "prove", the first question that comes to my mind is :

" How many times the word is used in the Sonnets and in which ones?"

https://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/search/search-results.php

Interestingly, we have "prove", "proves , "proved"  and "approve", and if we add the value of the Sonnets containing the word "prove" we obtain 1111.

If we add to 1111 the value of the Sonnets containing "proves" or "proved", we obtain 1514 connected with the year 1514 and the Engraving by Dürer "Melencolia I".

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https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melencolia_I#/media/Fichier:Dürer_Melancholia_I.jpg

Notice Cupid, Venus, and in the background Water and Fire.

The Fire is a reference to the Prima Clavis of Basil Valentin, Emblem associated with the 'Great Work' of obtaining the Philosopher's Stone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Twelve_Keys_of_Basil_Valentine

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https://archive.org/details/lesdovzeclefsdep00basi/page/n57/mode/2up

"As the physician purges and cleanses the inward parts of the body, and removes all unhealthy matter by means of his medicines, so our metallic substances must be purified and refined of all foreign matter, in order to ensure the success of our task. Therefore, our Masters require a pure, immaculate body, that is untainted with any foreign admixture, which admixture is the leprosy of our metals.

Let the diadem of the King be of pure gold, and let the Queen that is united to him in wedlock be chaste and immaculate.

If you would operate by means of our bodies, take a fierce grey wolf, which, though on account of its name it be subject to the sway of warlike Mars, is by birth the offspring of ancient Saturn, and is found in the valleys and mountains of the world, where he roams about savage with hunger. Cast to him the body of the King, and when he has devoured it, burn him entirely to ashes in a great fire. By this process the King will be liberated; and when it has been performed thrice the Lion has overcome the wolf, and will find nothing more to devour in him. Thus our Body has been rendered fit for the first stage of our work."

http://www.levity.com/alchemy/twelvkey.html

I love the idea that the Last Sonnet leads us to the First key, the one who allows to

"FREE THE KING".

😊

Finally, if we take the word "approve" in count, we obtain 1773.

For me, this number is interesting because he conceals :

13

173 # R.C.

77 = MINERVA

177 = WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE

 

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Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.

< -- love (fire heat) water - water (coole) love -- >

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Middle way has to fit in somehow! LOL

I see a snake eating its tail to wrap up 154 Sonnets at the end of Day 364.

365 or Zero:

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First Line of the Sonnets:

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,

Last line of the Sonnets:

 Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.

It is so overt, yet allusive! Whatever it is, there is a connection to the Beginning and the End, and again, again.

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Hi everyone,

I am so happy to share with you what I've just found .😊

My research for my next video led me to a specific page of Hamlet.

And here is the incredible Treasure that I dug up with just a Pickhaxe and a Spade  !!! 😉

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/785/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

"O a Pit of Clay to be made,

for such a Guest is meete."

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Joy

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3 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

quillets (A) This word means both ‘a small piece of land’ and also ‘a verbal quibble’.

In a very nice pun, Hamlet uses both of the dual senses of‘quillets’ at once in: ‘Why might not that be the skull of a lawyer? Where be his quiddits now, his quillets, his cases, his tenures, and his tricks?’ (HAM 5.1.96-7 - in a context discussed underfine and recovery.) The alliterative word ‘quiddits’ here refers to scholastic ‘quiddities’ , such as were involved in metaphysical arguments of excessive subtlety. Conveyancing was practiced by Hamlet‘s imagined lawyer, and arguments of almost metaphysical subtlety did arise in early modern legal cases and procedures involved with the conveyancing of land.So, most appropriately, ‘quillets’ here suggest simultaneously pieces of land (held by tenures), and the subtle legal fictions or ‘tricks’ used for protecting or devising these.

https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/shakespeares-legal-language-a-dictionary/q

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FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,             6 words, 36 letters

  Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.     8 words, 38 letters

  
                   68:   A SECRET
                   86:   VERULAM

   letters sum: 36 + 38 = 74

   2nd root of 74 = 86 hundreths (86/100)

 

note: 68 and 86 are two of six special sonnets: add each to their 'mirror number' results in 154:

59 + 95 = 154

77 + 77 = 154

68 + 86 = 154.

                                                           total words: 14: letter O

 

                        as in Ourobus?

 

line 14, sonnet 154: count --> water is 4th

 count <-- water is 4th

                                                                           thus 44

                     DEE = 14,    IOHN = 44

 

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Great findings Peethagoras !

I would add that :

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,             37 characters

  Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.     40 (T.T.T.T.) characters

37 + 40 = 77 = MINERVA (Simple cipher) the Spear-shaker, Francis Bacon's Muse.

I also love the fact that as FIRE = 37 and WATER = 63 then FIRE + WATER = 37 + 63 = 100 = FRANCIS BACON.

And just for fun, I took a look to the simple and kay ciphers of the two sentences together ...

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Notice the Kay Cipher 26 : 1773, the same number that I found yesterday using the word "prove".

It proves nothing but I like it ! 😄

 

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Hi Allisnum2er thanks for the reply. 

I am unable to see 40 characters in the last sonnets line. Unless you included the double vv's.

Also: how did you attribute T T T T  to 40? I get 4 x  T to 76.

Perplexing saith pig eye.

 

In passing, a long time ago I tried to convert a few pages of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress into Bacon - style codes, but never progressed very far. It's a hard thing to do.

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1 hour ago, peethagoras said:

Hi Allisnum2er thanks for the reply. 

I am unable to see 40 characters in the last sonnets line. Unless you included the double vv's.

Also: how did you attribute T T T T  to 40? I get 4 x  T to 76.

Perplexing saith pig eye.

 

In passing, a long time ago I tried to convert a few pages of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress into Bacon - style codes, but never progressed very far. It's a hard thing to do.

Hi Peethagoras ,

There are 40 characters  : 38 letters + 1 comma + 1 period

And 40 or fourty # four T # T.T.T.T

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4 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

I also love the fact that as FIRE = 37 and WATER = 63 then FIRE + WATER = 37 + 63 = 100 = FRANCIS BACON.

Even without Bacon that FIRE and WATER = 100 is significant!

Funny how CENTURY is 100 Simple cipher.

Must have been fun in those days nailing down how to spell words in the English language. 😉

 

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Thanks for that Allisnum3er.

Characters: interesting.

A silly question, but what is significant about 4 T's ?

Yes, fire and water. There's also love and love.

And an acrostic of 14 letters? Have you any thoughts concerning 14 in the scheme of things?

I wonder if you have ever come across this:  VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE = 196 ?

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10 hours ago, peethagoras said:

Thanks for that Allisnum3er.

Characters: interesting.

A silly question, but what is significant about 4 T's ?

Yes, fire and water. There's also love and love.

And an acrostic of 14 letters? Have you any thoughts concerning 14 in the scheme of things?

I wonder if you have ever come across this:  VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE = 196 ?

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You're welcome !

For the 4 T's you will find some lines of thinking by using the search engine of the B'Hive.

And you're right LOVE+ LOVE  = 100

I would add that CUPID is the god of LOVE.

CUPID + CUPID = 102 (simple cipher) and 148 (Reverse cipher) 😉 

Regarding the "acrostic" of 14 letters you're talking about , interestingly ...

FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,           

  Loues fire heates water,water cooles not loue.

 

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Those are the same ciphers as ...

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QUEEN ELIZABETH ! 🙂 

And indeed, I have already come across the VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE = 196,

my preference going, from there, to the page 196 of Histories 🙂.

( I imagine that your preference goes to the page 196 of Comedies 😉 )

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I believed that after noticing that VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE = 196, you had taken a look to pages 196 of the First Folio and noticed that "Pythagoras" was mentionned on page 196 of COMEDIES.

 

This is in fact the word  "Spirit" on page 700 (Chi-Rho) of the first Folio that led me to this page.2135942019_2023-01-16(1).png.520ba818f737c4c19246d8b8877889b3.png

The Hebrew word for "Spirit" is Ruah רוּחַ

Its gematria (Hebrew numerical value) is 214.

I decided to take a look at the pages related to number 214 and when I saw the 214th page of the First Folio, that is page 196 of "As you like it", I immediatly realized that this page was important.

Image of page 214

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/214/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html

Notice the first words on the lines beginning with a capital letter.

We have twice "Love" and Love + Love = 100 = FRANCIS BACON (simple cipher)

We have the "Palm Tree" that is the PHOENIX.

We have "Wine" and as you know "In Vino Veritas".

And the God of Wine is Bacchus/Bacco/Liber (The free one).

We have five "I". 

And as I = 9 then 5 x 9 = 45 linked to the 3x3 magic square of Saturn. 

And finally we have the virgin Attalanta , a follower of Artemis (as Queen Elizabeth).

Interestingly enough ATTALANTA = 85 (Simple cipher) = ELIZABETH  1

Attalanta was involved, among other things, in the Calydonian Boar Hunt.

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The Calydonian Boar Hunt -Peter Paul Rubens, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanglier_de_Calydon#/media/Fichier:Peter_Paul_Rubens_-_The_Calydonian_Boar_Hunt_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg

The sum of the capital letters is ...

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103 = SHAKE-SPEARE (simple cipher)

(If we do not take the Italic A of Attalanta in count)

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104 = PALLAS ATHENA (simple cipher)

(If we take the Italic A of Attalanta in count)

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Pallas Athena, called the Spear-Shaker, was Francis Bacon's Muse.

It was only some time later that I realized that 196 was the simple cipher of VVILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE.

 

I also realized that in the right column four words began with a "vv" instead of a "w" :

"vvord" line 11 , "vvell" line 23, "vvell" line 29, "vvith" line 48

And 11 + 23 + 29 + 48 = 111 = FREE = BACON (Kay cipher)

 

To be continued ...

 

 

 

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The most important passage is on the left column and goes from line 28 to 33 !

(And 28+29+30+31+32+33 = 183 😉 )

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/214/index.html%3fzoom=1275.html

"Thy name should be hang'd and carved upon these trees"

Once again, Francis Bacon "litteraly" does what he says ...

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About the Palm Tree altough known as the Phoenix, Francis Bacon mentionned it in The Tempest ...

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But there is more ...

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https://mythologysource.com/odins-discovery-of-the-runes/

You will find confirmation of the link between Gar (Spear) and the number 33 in the 33rd leaf of the First Folio.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/66/?zoom=1275

WAG - GAR  = SHAKE-SPEARE

 

 

 

 

 

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