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Well I did ask for an expansion, at one point my head started to expand !!!!!! 😄

Yes, I was aware of the Pythagoras (rat) thing but never associated that passage with 196. Your reply will take me some hours of study,  and I will be interested to see what is what.

My interest in that particular number goes back some fifty years or so, I first started toying with gemetria via the King James bible, and slowly moved via Bunyan to WS stuff. That was all long ago.

I'm absolutely convinced that what we find in WS texts was engineered by Dee, and written by a small group of individuals, with Bacon at its head.  As Dee got old and past his best, others such as Jonson and Rawley, helped him in his ciphering. But that's only my suspicion.

I notice you place great significance on sonnet line numbers. You must surely have analyzed this aspect of the sonnets. Do you have any thoughts on those sonnets which seem short of lines, or seem to have too many lines?

Finally, concerning the sonnets have you ever come across this :  ΔΕΚΑ  Α Ο ?

It concerns the tetraktys and three alphabets, Latin Greek and Hebrew.

 

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17 minutes ago, peethagoras said:

I notice you place great significance on sonnet line numbers. You must surely have analyzed this aspect of the sonnets. Do you have any thoughts on those sonnets which seem short of lines, or seem to have too many lines?

Finally, concerning the sonnets have you ever come across this :  ΔΕΚΑ  Α Ο ?

It concerns the tetraktys and three alphabets, Latin Greek and Hebrew.

I am really not an expert of the Sonnets, and what I know about those sonnets "short of lines" or with too many lines, it is thanks to our Master of the Sonnets, Light-of-Truth, who noticed that the numbers of Sonnet 126 (the short one) and Sonnet 99 (the long one) was related to WILL TUDOR.

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And I must admit that I have never come across  ΔΕΚΑ  Α Ο . In french, I would ask "KESAKO ?"😄

 

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10 minutes ago, peethagoras said:

Hi Allisnum2er, thanks for the reply.

My apologies, got you mixed up with, Light-of-Truth. Interesting 126 99 business though.

 

My French is a hopeless case, KESAKO ? Perhaps I should reply with MRWH ? 😀

Lol it means "what it means?"😄 But I have the answer. Sorry, it is one a.m. here and I am tired! As I said in another post, I have some difficulties with the idea to mix different alphabets. I understand that DEKA IS a reference to the tetraktis and that you use the greek delta=3 , latin E=5 , Hebrew Kaph = 20 Hebrew Aleph full gematria 111, then A=1 and O=14, that give 154 the number of sonnets. Thus DEKA A O = 154

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Thanks for that. As for the DEKA AO stuff, its something I am in the middle of, and wondered if you had ever come accross it. No matter -- I too am very tired, have been playing as cabinet maker all day, and need some sleep. THis cipher stuff sure gets under the epidermis.😀

In passing, concerning 99 and 126, I would like to share something here:

Sonnet 126 is short of two lines; 24 - 2 = 12 = M
Sonnet 99 has one extra line; 14 + 1 = 15 = P


 the root of 126 + 99 is 15:   Latin letter P.  Same shape for Greek rho, Latin R

("canina littera" : Ben Jonson. "the dog's name" Nurse. Romeo and Juliet)

 

                         -> 14    17
WILLIAM SHAKESPEA-R-E     18 letters  (S)       gemetria value of the name is 177

           12 <-

                            -> 15     18
VVILLIAM SHAKES-P-EARE    19 letters  (T)      gemetria value of the name is 196 *

             12 <-

Notes: For P R S see under foot of Time in New Atlantis emblem.

          When W = one letter:  -> R is 17 and M <- = 12:  See MR and Romeo Mountague.

       (What's in a NAME?:    ME NA:  ME Dee: ).

         For S and T see my 'Shakepeare's blank page' stuff.

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           the 'under-standing':

           p -> podi -> Greek -> foot     william shakespeare


        *  the root of 196 = 14 = O = Dee.

That's why I believe Dee was behind it all.

Thanks for reading.

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14 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

I am really not an expert of the Sonnets, and what I know about those sonnets "short of lines" or with too many lines, it is thanks to our Master of the Sonnets, Light-of-Truth, who noticed that the numbers of Sonnet 126 (the short one) and Sonnet 99 (the long one) was related to WILL TUDOR.

I'm hoping later this afternoon to be able to spend some time here on the B'Hive! Next few hours I am tied up, been a busy week.

Peethagoras, if you can handle long confusing videos (Part 1 and 2), I cover some cool things about the Sonnets here:

 

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12 hours ago, Lawrence Gerald said:

Plus Ultra Excellence Yann! FRANtastic Research!

Many thanks Lawrence ! Knowing that ciphers and anagrams are not your "cup of tea" (and that there are a lot of them in my video 😅), I am paticularly touched by your feedback ! Thank you again ! 🙏❤️❤️❤️

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PALLAS ATHENA

Rembrandt : Alexandre le Grand

Pallas Athena - Attributed to Rembrandt, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pallas_Athena_by_Rembrandt_Museu_Calouste_Gulbenkian_1488.jpg

As I said earlier , this is the Hebrew word "Ruah" (Spirit) and its gematria of 214 that led me to page 196 of Comedies  and, this is some time later that I realized that 196 was the simple cipher of VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

But I also realized that 196 was the reverse cipher of ...

PALLAS ATHENA, the Spear-Shaker, Francis Bacon's Muse

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For me, it was further evidence that I was at the right place.

Regarding number 104 , I will let Light-of Truth, our Master of the Sonnets, share his analysis of Sonnet 104 with the "Three Winters cold", "Three Summers pride", "Three Aprill perfumes in three hot Junes burn'd" 🙂  , and I will concentrate my presentation on my take on the 104th page of The First Folio and "The life of Man" by Francis Bacon.

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/index.html

On the very first printed page of the First Folio, Francis Bacon and and his Muse are here in disguise.

I remind you that 53 is the simple cipher of SWAN/POET/SOW.

Let's take a look at the 104th page of the first Folio ...

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Here is, in my view, the message concealed by Francis Bacon in acrostic ...

I AM MASTER FRA BACON (TTT) ELISABETH's BABY in Marrow And Bones.

Now, let's take a look at Francis Bacon's Poem "The Life of Man".

This poem appears for the first time in Thomas Farnaby's “Florilegium epigrammatum”. (1629)

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.31822009495136&view=1up&seq=20

We also find the poem in John Aubrey's Brief Lives.

http://home.hiwaay.net/~paul/bacon/biographies/aubrey.html

And here is, from my point of view, what this poem reveals ...

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Notice that BACON WIT WS = 121

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And the remaining letters add to ...

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121 is the simple cipher of :

MERCURIUS

FRANCISCI BACONI

SWAN OF AVON

SHAKESPEARES

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

Interestingly, the page 196 begins with the end of a poem that begins on the previous page ...

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/213/index.html%3Fzoom=1275.html

The link between this poem and the one of Francis Bacon has been already noticed by the past.

Coincidence or not, you will find one of the 11 "Bubble" of the First Folio on page 196 of HISTORIES. 🙂 

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

As I said earlier , this is the Hebrew word "Ruah" (Spirit) and its gematria of 214 that led me to page 196 of Comedies  and, this is some time later that I realized that 196 was the simple cipher of VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

But I also realized that 196 was the reverse cipher of ...

PALLAS ATHENA, the Spear-Shaker, Francis Bacon's Muse

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For me, it was further evidence that I was at the right place.

Regarding number 104 , I will let Light-of Truth, our Master of the Sonnets, share his analysis of Sonnet 104 with the "Three Winters cold", "Three Summers pride", "Three Aprill perfumes in three hot Junes burn'd" 🙂  , and I will concentrate my presentation on my take on the 104th page of The First Folio and "The life of Man" by Francis Bacon.

Sonnet 104 is interesting, especially knowing PALLAS ATHENA is 104 Simple cipher. Sonnet 102 is about WILLIAM TUDOR I, Sonnet 103 about WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, and now Sonnet 104 continuing the story.

Sonnet 104 begins with Line 1444 during Day 244.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet104

Day 104 is Line 14 of Sonnet 44. It is the final line of the 4th Tier. Day 104 is April 14th, or 4-14 in the US or 14-4 in many other places.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Day103

Day 104 is definitely a number that syncs with other key numbers. For example, if we divide the Sonnets into various numbers of Tiers, Day 104 ends Tier 2 in a 7 Tier Pyramid. In a 22 Tier Pyramid Tier 2 ends after the end of Day 33 and Line 14 of Sonnet 14 on Line 196 of the Sonnets. You may recognize other connections where Tier 2 goes to Tier in the various patterns.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyras10.htm

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Hi everyone,

First of all, sorry for being less present lately but I am working on a series of videos and it takes me more time than I thought, because of new discoveries along the way ! 😅

Talking about new findings, I would like to share with you what I have just found.

I can't wait the end of the making of the first video of the series.😊

I have already shared with you what had been concealed by Bacon  in the middle of Sonnet 1 and Sonnet 143 ...

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SONNET 1  : heyre tudor

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SONNET 143 : hidden poet - th' swan flies

(143 is the simple cipher of Queen Elizabeth)

Here is what I found this morning in the middle (mediocria firma) of Sonnet  ... 33 !

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Sonnet 33 : cc (33) - swan - new toy

 

Interestingly enough, the simple cipher of "cc swan new toy" is 154, the number of Sonnets.

And its Kay cipher is 258 that can be seen as 100 + 158

100 = FRANCIS BACON (simple cipher)

158 = ELIZABETH TUDOR (simple cipher)

I remind you that thanks to the great work of Light-of-Truth on Sonnet 33, we know that in acrostic :

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Now, if this is really the hidden message intended by Francis Bacon, the question is :

"What does he mean by NEW TOY ?"

In the context of the Sonnet, does he suggest that he is the "new toy" of Queen Elizabeth ?

Or is it a reference to the creation of the Sonnets ?

Or perhaps both ?

By the way , I don't know if Francis Bacon used this technic in another Sonnets, but it would be interesting if there were the only 3 sonnets among the 154 with a message concealed right in the middle because :

1 + 33 + 143 = 177 = WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (THE SWAN OF AVON)

 

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10 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Yann, your Swan led my eyes to see WILL TUDOR which I had never noticed before!

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I could also highlight "mask" on the next line down to make WILL TUDOR MASK as Bacon is a mask for William Tudor in my mind. 🙂

 

Thank you Rob ! Well spotted !❤️

Thanks to you "I see" will tudor too. 😉 

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1 minute ago, A Phoenix said:

Good afternoon High Wizard of B'Hive,

Mesmerising! Great synchronicity too, just completed a section on the Droeshout Mask, as part of my paper on the Shakespeare First Folio, to be accompanied by a series of videos!

Francis Bacon was a mask for William Tudor, Shakespeare was a mask for Francis Bacon.

If I were an engraver there would be some kind of esoteric triangle in the works loaded with symbology...

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12 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Good afternoon High Wizard of B'Hive,😀

Mesmerising! Great synchronicity too, just completed a section on the Droeshout Mask, as part of my paper on the Shakespeare First Folio, to be accompanied by a series of videos!

Thank you A Phoenix !❤️ Great synchronicity Indeed ! Right before to explore Sonnet 33 this morning, I made some slides about the connection between the Droeshout Mask , Ben Jonson's Poem and Francis Bacon ! 😊 I really look forward to discovering the first episode of your new series ! 😀

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55 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Francis Bacon was a mask for William Tudor, Shakespeare was a mask for Francis Bacon.

If I were an engraver there would be some kind of esoteric triangle in the works loaded with symbology...

😉

 

Facing the synchronicities, I have no other choice than to share with you what I was working on this morning ! 

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The G of Graver or G(od) and the Pi of Picture form the word PIG.

In the Droeshout Portrait Pi (Symbol) and the letter G are concealed and echoing with Ben Jonson's poem.

In this poem, the word "WIT" is 33rd from "This" and 33rd from "picture".

It gives us cryptically : This Picture - Bacon's Wit

And notice the 3,4,5,triangle that cross the letter G and the two "vv".

VVAS and VVRIT are the 51st and 53rd words.

51+53=104= PALLAS ATHENA (Simple cipher)

PALLAS ATHENA, the Spear-Shaker, was Francis Bacon's Muse.

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18 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Yann,

I have at the very moment you posted your brilliant new discovery in the To the Reader right in front of me and was just about to start discussing and analysing it!  

Hi A Phoenix,

I just realised that the T of "This" and Pi of "Picture" form the word "PIT".

It could be a reference to Democritus and Apophthegme 263 in Francis Bacon's Book "Apophthegmes new and old." published in 1625. 

"Democritus said; That Truth did lie in profound pits, and when it was got, it needed much refining."

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I think that I have just made an unbelievable discovery !!!😲

And this is a symbolic day (3/3/2023) !😊

Still working on Ben Jonson's Poem ...

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/2/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

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I noticed that with See of "Seest" that can be take for the letter C , there was kind of a square forming F BACON with the A right in the center.

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Facing this cross (Chi), I looked for the Rho but without any success.

Then I realized that I was sailing in the wrong direction.

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F. BACON WIT

This time, It looked like an octogone.

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Then I realized that right in the middle from top to bottom there were the letters H A T ...

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And suddenly, I had an epiphany !!!

What if it was a face ??? What if this poem was not by Ben Jonson but by Master Francis Bacon himself who had used all his genius to hide kind of an autoportrait ?

No one  better than him would have been able " to draw his wit !"😊 

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"PUT THIS HAT"

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I noticed the "tu" and "ut"  mirroring each other that could represent the pupils ...

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And if we complete the eyes all make sense.

Indeed, we have "ATUR" on the left and "OUTD" on the right.

It conceals "A TUDOR"

And his biological father, the Earl of Leicester, was called "THE EYES" by Queen Elizabeth.

It could be an ingenious way to hide that he was the hidden son of Queen Elizabeth and her favourite, Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester.

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Then we can create the mouth by joining the two "vv" that I remind you are respectively the 51st and 53rd words,

with 51+53=104= PALLAS ATHENA (simple cipher), the Spear Shaker, Francis Bacon's Muse.

And here is finally, I think, Bacon's portrait of his Wit  ...

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😊

 

 

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Than you so much Rob and A Phoenix !🙏❤️

I must admit that if I went to bend at 1:00 am tired but very enthousiastic, I woke up at 4:00 am much less enthousiastic thinking ...

"They will think that I am a Fool !"😅

followed by ...

"No, you are not a fool ! Francis Bacon was F.B..M.P.A., Pictoris et Architecti."

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https://archive.org/details/famafraternitati00andr/page/42/mode/2up

Francis Bacon Magister Provinciæ Anglia

And this is not by chance that they called it a Painter (Pictor).

At 4:00 am, I decided to make a quick search with my phone under the feather bed, and I think that I made another interesting discovery !  😁

I don't know why but I needed to know how to spell his epithets correctly.

I had in mind " pictoris & architecti".

Imagine my surprise facing the answer of my research on google ...

https://agorha.inha.fr/ark:/54721/b3a174a5-5402-4e51-936a-2de3c11cd56d

... A BOOK BY ALBRECHT DÜRER !!!

I already told you about a ciphered text by Bacon that I found and that led me to three Paintings by Dürer.

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I also shared with you the connection between one of Dürer's Engraving and the famous Emblem in Minerva Britanna ...

Fichier:Albrecht Dürer - Willibald Pirckheimer - WGA7334.jpg ...

https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fichier:Albrecht_Dürer_-_Willibald_Pirckheimer_-_WGA7334.jpg

VIVITUR INGENIO CAETRA MORTIS

File:Minerva Britannia.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Minerva_Britannia.jpg

Here is, I think, another piece of the puzzle ...

Book page image

(Published in 1535)

Notice the emblem ! 😊

This is the same that is used on the Title Page of King Lear (1608)

undefinedhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Lear#/media/File:Houghton_STC_22292_-_M._William_Shak-speare,_1608.jpg 

The emblem is also used on the title page of Othello (1622).

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