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Hi Yann,

I so often shake my head in wonder at your posts.

The emblematic woodcut on the 1535 Durer work which then re-appears on the 1608 and 1622 Quarto editions of King Lear and Othello immediately suggests some kind of ongoing Pan-European secret society whose secrets were inherited by Lord Bacon and his modern Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Brotherhood. It is also brings to mind the remarkable level of secrecy that still surrounds Elizabethan/Jacobean printers and publishers (which I know only all too well from my own research) many of whom it is manifestly obvious-that despite the lacunae of information-had  close and secretive relations with Lord Bacon and his Rosicrucian-Freemasonic Brotherhood. Some of whom were more than likely members of FB's Secret Order-including the printers and publishers of the Shakespeare First Folio.

Now if this kind of relationship between printers and publishers & the Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood existed in the sixteenth and seventeenth century who is to say that a similiar relationship does not exist between the Invisible Brotherhood and the major university presses of Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard and Stanford, etc (the university presses of Oxford and Cambridge stand at the apex or should that be pyramid of Bacon and Shakespeare standard publications) as well as the large publishing houses around the world. 

 

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NO WAY !!! 😀

After a closer examination, it appears that the two emblems are slightly different ...

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And looking for the origin of the variation, thinking that Alciati should probably be at the origin of the emblem, here is what I have just found ...

https://www.earlyprintedbooks.com/misc/emblem-book/

I let you appreciate, on the same page, this emblem (1542) followed by :

the Emblem of "the Fly of Icarus" (Or the Middle Way 😉)

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Here is the origin of this Emblem:

https://eman-archives.org/Mythologia/andre-wechel?lang=en

It was the Printer's device of Christian Wersel and his son, Andre Wersel.

The article talks about a contact arranged between Christian Wersel and Philip Sidney in the early 1570s.

And by starting from the title page of King Lear (1608) here is what I found ...

Printed for Nathaniel Butter :

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

Printed by Nicholas Okes :

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

who also printed the fifth edition of The Rape of Lucrece (1607)

(But the Printer's mark is different)

https://shakespearedocumented.folger.edu/file/69375-title-page

Nicholas Okes used the Printer's Mark of Lionel and George Snowden:

https://books.google.fr/books?id=Af48AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA763&lpg=PA763&dq=imprinted+by+Lionel+Snowden&source=bl&ots=pnANSe8rvz&sig=ACfU3U1_46Lgw3hDJF_PQibZgovNU6P2BA&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiiiIvvgMP9AhXTxgIHHTOMDtIQ6AF6BAgdEAM#v=onepage&q=imprinted by Lionel Snowden&f=false

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Hi Yann,

The link between Christian Wersel and Sir Philip Sidney is somewhat interesting. In the 1570s & 1580s Francis and Anthony Bacon (and their mother Lady Anne Bacon even before then) were part of part of a Pan-European reformatory intelligence network that included printers and publishers (Jardine and Stewart, The Troubled Life of FB, p. 84) and Sir Philip Sidney was one of Lord Bacon's early literary masks.

 

 

 

 

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On 3/3/2023 at 8:57 AM, Allisnum2er said:

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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I'm not sure I agree with the word count. If you count the O then "Picture" is the 66th word. The 33rd word is then "His" which makes sense, as in "this (is) his picture". I do like the triangle suggestion. Assuming we use the middle of the T, the middle of the G and the middle of the P we end up with a triangle with a point almost mid way between word 33 and 34, and we end up with a diagonal PG through it. If we also use the middle of the O then we get the Summer triangle suggestion almost exactly (80, 60, 40 or TT, TTT, TTTT). 

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I've gone ahead and compared that to what I showed before about the Droeshout portrait and have tagged the corners appropriately. It works really well, so well done from where I stood. The point G in the image ends up being on the diagonal that goes right through the tip of the nose of William. This I love because the Summer triangle comes with the suggestion that it is to point us to Hobson's Nose at latitude 44.4 and longitude 66.6 from Paris (meaning/etymology of Hobson family name= son of Robert). 

As far as the image goes. It does also seem to extend upwards to the mid point of the P while the line AG appears to want to hit the edge where the top parallel also intercepts it. 

33.3 and 66.6 are very much a part of the 100 degree wedge of longitude that Bacon suggests to us between his North American point of interest which is in line with Alexandria to the Pillars Of Hercules and the location of MM (Mount Moriah in Jerusalem). The figurative connection between the two is the number 111. If you go to Sylva Sylvarum you will find in century 2 the item 111 which describes how globes and pyramids are similar in displaying harmony in their proportions when you account for the golden mean as Plato long ago informed us. Just mind the divided line and you will be well served.

Here's an overlay of celestial declinations and right ascensions of constellations over a map of longitude and latitude which is found  in one the Peter Dawkins essays.  You can adjust the opacity of either to see how Cygnus' body is a good representation of the Great Circle in question. I like it because it also depicts the position of the Stella Nova of 1600 under the wing of Cygnus very much in the position where Bacon hints it works out to.

Celestial Globe 1792 - David Rumsey Historical Map Collection (geogarage.com)

 

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1 hour ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

I'm not sure I agree with the word count. If you count the O then "Picture" is the 66th word. The 33rd word is then "His" which makes sense, as in "this (is) his picture". I do like the triangle suggestion.

Hi RoyalCraftiness,

In fact, from my point of view the two counts are legitimate. This is the point of the words with an hyphen (out-doo) that allows you to count the word like one or two ! 😉 I didn't forget the O.

I do like your suggestion of the similarity between the 2 triangles, the Droeshout Portrait echoing both the triangle and the Pi-G.

One remark : if the two triangles look the same, they are not identical , their ratio AB/AC is  different.

I am not sure, but if we take also the middle of the "w" of wit it seems that the ratios match.

 

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57 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Hi RoyalCraftiness,

In fact, from my point of view the two counts are legitimate. This is the point of the words with an hyphen (out-doo) that allows you to count the word like one or two ! 😉 I didn't forget the O.

I do like your suggestion of the similarity between the 2 triangles, the Droeshout Portrait echoing both the triangle and the Pi-G.

One remark : if the two triangles look the same, they are not identical , their ratio AB/AC is  different.

I am not sure, but if we take also the middle of the "w" of wit it seems that the ratios match.

 

If the angles are the same, the ratios are identical. There's a geometric theorem for that. I just checked these again. The angles are for all intent and purpose identical. What I did is essentially construct a perfect 80 and 40 degree angle pair there to show where the other corner would be. You could in theory shift this around a bit since you don't really know what is intended as starting points. What works best, in my opinion, is to use the middle point of all the letters mentioned. You end up landing in between word 33 and 34. That's fine by me. One can just as easily argue the angles in the Summer triangle are not 80,60 and 40 (they change in astronomical time scales anyway). That is also true. None of this is meant to be characterized by high precision. What is of value is the elegance of the numbers which are used in the triangle angle suggestions.  That sort of loose precision is everywhere in Freemasonic suggestion and sacred geometry/numerology where 53 and 37 are used for the angles in a 3:4:5 triangle, 27 is used where the angle is actually 26.6 in the compass and square, 107 and change is covered by 108, 5/8 is used for the golden mean, 22/7 for pi... Elegance in round numbers is valued more than precision. 

The line DC here is in reality not a straight line, nor is it narrow. It's contained in a thick band in the sky which represent the galactic plane.  There's no way to do it justice with one precise narrow line, but you can represent that using stars associated with the Summer Triangle if you want.

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I do everyone a great disservice by showing very narrow lines and precise angle suggestions. There's no way anyone was dealing with precise data to begin with in that time. Things would have been greatly rounded off to make them look harmonious.  It's like saying a month is 28 days because you want 4 weeks of 7 days in them.  If you want to discredit alchemy and numerology for being imprecise then I am completely on board with that. They aren't anything but attempts at showing correspondences that aren't really there. Nature is absolutely not showing geometric elegance unless we play fast and loose with the data.

Edit: I just reread your comment. Identical in the strict mathematical sense means all sides are equal length and that is probably what you mean. No, the triangles are not identical. They are similar which means they are just scaled up/down versions of each other.  I should not have used that word, but in common parlance it doesn't mater. They need not be identical. Because the ratios are equal they are similar. I don't think there is any reason why they would have to be identical.

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It occurred to me that the prominent period after To The Reader ought to display some usefulness if the whole thing was intended to convey elegance with nice round numbers. I examined a few other things by focusing on the center of the G:

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The line AE cuts angle GAC (50 degrees) in two. If you draw an arc using G from E you intercept C forming an angle EGC of about 57 degrees (1 radian, or 180/pi).  This is a nice confirmation or coincidence. Angle BGD is 45 degrees.  A circle arc centered at G also joins B and D which is 1/8 of a circle (an octant). That arc just touches the tip of the W. Also G to the final period after Booke produces a 45 degree angle to the bottom of the text (page horizontal).

What I have not shown here is that you can slide over the line AB to have it make a parallel through G. That line will pass through the bottom tip of the the large T in TO and then onto the left tip of it. That yields a TT parallel suggestion.

The line from the center of the O at point D going through the center of the O in To (in To The Reader) is also 55 degrees from the page horizontal (parallel to line of text). Angle OGO is 104 degrees.

From this I conclude that the center of G was part of the planning/layout. So is the center of the O. The periods are relevantly placed also. I just now notice that the line AC may in fact try and capture the lower period of the colon in the line above it. In my opinion there's reason to like the point C that comes from using 40,60,80 and the mid points in the letters T,O,G and P

 

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Thank you CJ and sorry ... my fault ! I answered you yesterday after a long day, right before to go to sleep, having just a rule to make the measurement on my copy of Shakespeare's First Folio, of which the Droeshout portrait is (I forgot) out of scale !😅 I admit that geometry is not my area of expertise, but I have some basic knowledge, and I was intrigued by the difference of ratio that, in my case, was 1.6 in the Droeshout Portrait and 1.3 in Jonson's Poem, that was a huge difference.

Ratios are in fact identical ! ( I totally agree with you when you say "Things would have been greatly rounded off to make them look harmonious.")

This being said, I follow your opinion that there's reason to like the point C coming from using 40,60,80 and the mid-points in the letters T,O,G and P. The lines AE and BC crossing each other right on the hyphen of "out-doo" also suggest , as you said, that periods, comma, points were positioned wittely ! 🙂 

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Wow Yann and CJ! This was a lot of fun for me just waking up. My brother is here one more day and we'll be spending it with him today. But I'll try to look more into this dialog when I can.

Side note: I woke up at 6:16 this morning after dreaming I was reading by a line by a "Freemason" dated 1616. LOL

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4 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Wow Yann and CJ! This was a lot of fun for me just waking up. My brother is here one more day and we'll be spending it with him today. But I'll try to look more into this dialog when I can.

Side note: I woke up at 6:16 this morning after dreaming I was reading by a line by a "Freemason" dated 1616. LOL

Hi Rob , enjoy this day and this special extra moment with your brother !😊❤️

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3 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Wow Yann and CJ! This was a lot of fun for me just waking up. My brother is here one more day and we'll be spending it with him today. But I'll try to look more into this dialog when I can.

Side note: I woke up at 6:16 this morning after dreaming I was reading by a line by a "Freemason" dated 1616. LOL

This morning I had a very bizarre dream where an unknown person I was introduced to suddenly started throwing sharp compasses at me and I could not remove them from my body fast enough to be compass free. That's when you know you are considering angles too much before bedtime, lol.

This is the first time I've ever considered this text. I just never considered it. It's worth looking into how it is put together.

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7 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Wow Yann and CJ! This was a lot of fun for me just waking up. My brother is here one more day and we'll be spending it with him today. But I'll try to look more into this dialog when I can.

Side note: I woke up at 6:16 this morning after dreaming I was reading by a line by a "Freemason" dated 1616. LOL

Would you mind counting the characters in the bit of text here and confirming that there are 286. If you recall what we discussed elsewhere this is likely a reference to October 13th here. It would appear that the understanding of the timing of the future eclipse of October 14th, 1651 was one day off. That may or may not be of significance since some alchemists advised to add an additional 10, more less, days between the cycle occurrences. If you use only 10 between the last occurrences before the 1651 solar eclipse you will miss the date by what amounts to a few hours. 

Involving the Summer Triangle denotes three birds [a swan (female) and two males (a vulture and an eagle)]. In this alchemical recipe from Basil Valentine's alchemical keys we see how that sort of thing is being allegorized in his description.

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The King and the Queen coming together and coalescing is going to happen on October 14th. It's becoming evident now why Stirk was so convinced he found a pearl of wisdom in 1651 to exploit. Others were perhaps already hinting to it in ways he extended to material chemistry. Hermetic/harmonic ideas meeting up with alchemical ones....

It now makes a lot of sense that we are given two nice arcs which center at G.

 

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That's, quite wittingly, the annular eclipse suggestion of eclipse number 38 in Saros 128, dated October 14, 1651. It's the one that is paired to number 33 in 1561 which occurred on the 223rd day of the year, Aug. 11. I guess I will have to look at what the celestial relations are at this time. I think I know what may have interested Bacon. Saturn was opposite to Mars when he was born. The same thing occurs again on October 13, 1651. This almost coincides with the eclipse which also happened the year he was born. Plenty there to consider. As you know, the Kingly son is born when the King and Queen come together.  Fun, fun, fun...to no end.

 

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4 hours ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

Would you mind counting the characters in the bit of text here and confirming that there are 286.

I'm not sure what text you mean? There is so much to choose from! 🙂

 

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7 hours ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

This morning I had a very bizarre dream where an unknown person I was introduced to suddenly started throwing sharp compasses at me and I could not remove them from my body fast enough to be compass free. That's when you know you are considering angles too much before bedtime, lol.

LOL!

I've not had that one. But oh my, how many nights when numbers and math bounce around in dreams and at times wake and sleep are hard to tell apart! I might have to roll over because some critical mass of numbers are building up! Or I only have X number of hours or minutes to sleep but the formula at hand needs me to work it out even though they might be the same numbers! LOL

The Sun comes up and I kind of happy that my reality is back, at least a little! Whew!

 

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4 minutes ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

The letters is what I meant. Some of the Ws are clearly two Vs. I get 286.

I have played with this before. And at my age and eyesight counting is best done by my computer.

If I take the doubles v's in the text I copied and pasted into Word and make them w's, I get 288 letters and 68 words.

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Over the years I've made 287 letters and even 67 words work. "O" could be a zero or null character is an easy way. But there are only the limits of imagination to put restrictions on making 287 or 286 work.

And the above may be missing a letter or have an extra, it is copied/pasted from a Shakespeare website.

"Hisface" as one word is suggestive of something in a count to me.

 

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4 hours ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

The King and the Queen coming together and coalescing is going to happen on October 14th. It's becoming evident now why Stirk was so convinced he found a pearl of wisdom in 1651 to exploit.

Day 287, love it. 1651, yes!

The 6th Key

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

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I've read the description looking at the image, and hear where you are coming from enough to consider looking further.

The book? Obviously the overt, yet informative interpretation for the profane who may look at it.

The last sentence makes me go back to the image and work on my own interpretation based on imagery.

"The sky we speak of is the sky of our Art, and there must be justly proportioned parts of our air and earth, our true water and our palpable fire."

https://archive.org/details/twelve-keys-of-basil-valentine/page/n17/mode/1up

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Just for fun, no research or serious digging in, reading once or twice the book description and your great angle, CJ, here is a stab. For fun, off the cuff.

The Sun and Moon above. That has been in several topics and videos. Fire and Water below. The four elements, of whatever they are called.

Four somethings that are important for Alchemy, and Harmony as well.

The Swan by the Fire is curious. Yea, I read something...

The pitchfork, the thing that Neptune carries by Water. That makes sense. I feel a little embarrassed. But I am not going to look up the thing I know but cannot speak that Neptune holds. On the tip of my tongue, it may pop up. But I do know it as a Water symbol.

The Swan and Fire? A Swan on Fire is a Phoenix in my visuals. And the three Bones in the Fire? Two illuminated and one in the shadow. Four Kindle sticks feeding the Fire. Three are in the Light and one Dark. Two male heads, Janus? Fire in the Past and Future? Smoke in Balloons? Did they have balloons back then? Must be some kind of "Air" containers. We see "Water" balloons.

From Tarot, is that the Pope in the center? Looks like the Tarot Pope to me. It's raining behind them for real. Not just a light rain.

Queen Elizabeth? Yea, I know, look up when this engraving was done. But I'm not going to. (Maybe later.)

Elizabeth and Bacon? I can see it, is that a Speare sticking out under his cape?

A Rainbow above them. The Rainbow Portrait all over my brain right now. It is a Rainbow. It's raining hard below the Rainbow yet above Hands.

Is it a Wedding? I see a Queen, but that is not a King holding her hand, right? Mother and Son works for me, of course. But I am not sure.

Giant Water balloon at the feet and lower legs of the Queen. Is that Dee pouring Water into a structure with Water coming out? Is than an embryo in the lower balloon?

Something very odd about the Water guy's out of proportion leg in the Light. That's not his leg!

OK, enough fun...

🙂

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Day 287, love it. 1651, yes!

The 6th Key

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

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I've read the description looking at the image, and hear where you are coming from enough to consider looking further.

The book? Obviously the overt, yet informative interpretation for the profane who may look at it.

The last sentence makes me go back to the image and work on my own interpretation based on imagery.

"The sky we speak of is the sky of our Art, and there must be justly proportioned parts of our air and earth, our true water and our palpable fire."

https://archive.org/details/twelve-keys-of-basil-valentine/page/n17/mode/1up

Beautiful alchemical wedding imagery. We see the swan on the extreme left. I see the Mitre of St Peter on the head of the person administering the ceremony. There are obviously two males present here. One is a practitioner of the spiritual work and the other the practitioner of the alchemical work (the twofold male suggestion). If we take the alchemist to be a Hermes type then we can possibly infer that one of his inventions (the Lyre) is a relevant constellation to pair with Cygnus. The Mitre is the constellation of Triangulum (which is itself a suggestion of two triangles, TT).

You have to wonder how far Bacon, or whoever else is responsible for the dedication, is willing to go to step further and involve actual celestial events. It certainly appears that way.

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The more one develops the more one starts to get a sense for the plan. The two arcs give us the annulus. This has allowed me to notice that CD is perpendicular to AG. If you project all the lines to the outer ring you get a very symmetrical triangle (angles 55,55,70) with G within it. Point C starts to reveal its secrets too. Even in my initial treatment of the image the point C was not overtly placed. It comes out of a line going through the points in the eyes and a line from a point of the collar to the center of the O above. We can see that the other point C is cleverly also defined by a line that goes through the period after the I in B.I., the dot above the i in "hit" and the dot above the i in "strife". That line intercepts the inner ring at K. A line through the dot in the eyes/"i"s gives this invisible "Southern pole" of the circle centered at G.

Furthermore, if we look at what is capitalized above the portrait we see that we are given the letters P T O and C. Our geometry in the text is working up from P T O and G which is a hidden center (C). 

The isosceles triangle with base 55 suggests 110. We have seen 110 before as the Twin of 111 in the Psalms. What a wonderful way to incorporate the 111 in the wedding. Intent is all over the construction of the text. It is "For The Reader" to make something come of it. The thing hinges on the idea of TT, TTT and TTTT represented in the stars where Cygnus and its two partners are going to attend a faithful wedding. Sparks were surely set to fly. lol

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30 minutes ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

I've continued developing the geometry of the text layout:spacer.png

 

Might take me a few days to settle down to study this. But I will. 🙂

Of course I am playing with a Trickster, a Coyote of the vast Esoteric forest. I need to be on my toesies. LOL

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1 minute ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Might take me a few days to settle down to study this. But I will. 🙂

Of course I am playing with a Trickster, a Coyote of the vast Esoteric forest. I need to be on my toesies. LOL

Yes indeed.  Hermes is the King of all tricksters. He tricks you into educating yourself. How else is he going to actually perform such magic in your skull? Magic as the viewer sees it is a well developed act where the suggestions come fast and furiously. The Hermes that we are dealing with is going to great lengths to draw us into a search. The search is the point. The reward is understanding how to search. You don't get to enter the citadel unless you are well versed in the geometric suggestions. Plato also said as much.

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14 minutes ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

Yes indeed.  Hermes is the King of all tricksters. He tricks you into educating yourself. How else is he going to actually perform such magic in your skull?

Synchronicity is crackling right now. I am getting up very early to take my brother to the airport so need to wind down and go to bed, with my head swimming on many levels. I shared some Bode posts with my brother today. He told me about a period in his life when he was scrambling to maintain some sanity and our late maternal grandfather "Grandpa Bode", Herman Bode, would be in recurring dreams and sit at a big table and ask him if he was OK. My brother said that always brought him down enough where he could take a breath before the next wave of life came at him. LOL

 

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Here are some ideas ...

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The (Death) SONG of the SWAN ?

HARP (LYRA) ?

I count 287 letters.

Interestingly, G is the 80th letter (TTTT)

And by playing with the numbers ...

S is letter 56 (FR. BACON)

W is letter 70 (Sod)

A is letter 148 ( WILLIAM TUDOR)

N is letter 100 (FRANCIS BACON)

SWAN : 56+70+148+100 = 374

374th page of the First Folio :

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/374/?zoom=850

And talking about the death-song of the Swan and the month of October ...

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The Shepheardes Calender (1579)

 

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