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On 3/7/2023 at 3:35 PM, Allisnum2er said:

Very interesting indeed ! 🙂 

I will take a look.

Here is a suggestion for the sphere right above with a possible alchemical connection ...

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A connection between Sylva Sylvarum and Emblem 17 : De Secretis Natura (Atalanta Fugiens - 1618) ?

https://archive.org/details/sylvasylvarumorn00baco/page/n5/mode/2up?view=theater

https://archive.org/details/atalantafugiensh00maie/page/76/mode/2up

You can  listen to Fugue 17 being sung here. Atalanta Fugiens: Fugue 17 - YouTube

 

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On 3/8/2023 at 2:42 AM, Light-of-Truth said:

EDIT: Something new for me to think about in my head learned here, "While sleeping, be vigilant."

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PLUS VIGILA (1609) 😉 

I like the fact that :

PLUS VIGILA = MERCURIUS = FRANCISCI BACONI = SWEET SWAN = 121 ( Simple cipher)

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10 hours ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

The Orbita Quadruplex above came out of the occasion of four arcs spelled out in the text that served to define the first circle which is centered on the U(you) in Thou.  At the very center of all of this is "Home", the tabernacle suggestion.

The "HOME" of "NEMO" at the very center of all is, indeed, a good "OMEN" ! 🙂 

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3 hours ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

You can  listen to Fugue 17 being sung here. Atalanta Fugiens: Fugue 17 - YouTube

 

It was the purpose of the link that I shared with you yesterday 😉 

https://furnaceandfugue.org/atalanta-fugiens/emblem17.html

You can find the English translations of the texts written in Deutsch and Latin.

And you can listen to the song , and even the 3 voices seperately. 🙂 

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8 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

It was the purpose of the link that I shared with you yesterday 😉 

https://furnaceandfugue.org/atalanta-fugiens/emblem17.html

You can find the English translations of the texts written in Deutsch and Latin.

And you can listen to the song , and even the 3 voices seperately. 🙂 

I'm sorry if I missed that.  Thanks regardless.

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3 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

It was the purpose of the link that I shared with you yesterday 😉 

https://furnaceandfugue.org/atalanta-fugiens/emblem17.html

You can find the English translations of the texts written in Deutsch and Latin.

And you can listen to the song , and even the 3 voices seperately. 🙂 

I just now realized that if I let the page load, I can play the music!! How exciting! The first time I clicked all I saw was the music sheet and didn't hang out.. This time I thought to look at the notes and the rest of the stuff started to come in! LOL

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12 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

From B'Hive history in a Day 144 thread:

Read more...>

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This post reply is worth a read for sure:

 

Ok I've read that. Hermes is tugging on the ear is he? Quite by chance, it is in the position of the ear that Cygnus is placed in the Droeshout portrait. Is the scene on the coin a call to awareness of one's intuition (messages from the messenger of the heavens) when we sleep or is the prankster tugging on our ear to wake us from inside our sleep.

In response to Kate's question about the Sweet Swan of Avon reference we are dealing here with the Swan (Cygnus) and the home of the Nova (palindrome of Avon, like 1561 is a palindrome of 1651) of 1600. The SS is potentially in relation to the Solar Saros, but the Christian view has been to equate it to the Saint Sacrement. In other words the event is an omen of an upcoming reunion time when the alchemical wedding is going to produce and end and a beginning. This is applicable to the alchemical/Hermetical idea as well as the apocalyptic idea.

Moving on to my most recent play with Sylva Sylvarum in exploring the use of the proximity letter cipher which allows repetition, I am here:

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So far I have identified: Swan, Anulus, Sol, Luna, Lyra, Eagle, Saturn, Mars, Solar, Saros, Rosy, Cross, Royal, Christos (nice scroll C in front of the H) in the lines above.

Below I have previously noticed that there was an overlapping: Wilian Shake Lance, printed works, fortune, the Great Tau, my Soul and other more banal words like tree, urn, annex...

it tickles the mind doesn't it? How many times does "hunt" appear here?

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Hi Yann,

Brilliant spot. This is another first in a long line of your amazing discoveries. You are a true wonder!

For the last four hundred years (for reasons that must be patently obvious) the secret and hidden relationship between Lord Bacon and Martin Droeshout has been deliberately concealed and systematically suppressed by those who know the truth of it and its full significance in relation to FB's authorship of the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Allisnum2er said:

Just for fun 🙂 ...

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That's neat. Can you incorporate the three Ys that are hanging down from the median of the page? Are there three "wise/Ys" men involved?

One can notice that the first is next to the S, the last is next to the G and that the middle one is associated with the e in superscript which is the placeholder of "Th".  We can possibly deduce from this that the "alveolar fricative" th here is sounding like the "th" in clothes (z). Then we can interpret that in SyZyGy. The astronomcial meaning of that is the coming together of three celestial bodies in an alignment (here Sun, moon and Earth). The old English meaning of this is of things being yolked together. It's from the roots Syn and Zygon for which we have words like Synchonicity and Zygote.

In the Shakespeare tomb epitaph/poem there is something simlar associated with the Ys in the line of Ts also. They form a triangle with the word "man" in it. Y with e in supercript there gives "wise man". And the three Ys would be an interesting three wise men suggestion. This would suggest the three wise men following the star to its zenith position. 

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1 hour ago, RoyalCraftiness said:

That's neat. Can you incorporate the three Ys that are hanging down from the median of the page? Are there three "wise/Ys" men involved?

Stopping in during my work day...

Anything "Hanging" tends to reveal a Bacon. I see more than one Bacon. Here is one Hanging Bacon:

AND CVRTS BE HE Yt MOVES MY BONES.

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All uppercase letters yet the I of Iesvs is a lowercase I (i) with the dot above. Weird, huh?

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And if the three initial letters  G ----- I

                                                  B

           from GOOD  IESVS and BLESTE are joined you might see a right angle triangle: 

 

      across:  GOOD  FREND  FOR  IESVS : 4 words

    down     GOOD

                  TO

                  BLESTE          : 3 words

 

                a  B I G     3 4 5  'Pythagorean'  triangle.

 

 

 

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Also:

See epitaph

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Count from Latin line 1: line 5, word 5, letter 5 is missing : E is 5 in alphabet.

There are 5 graves

"Shakespeare" grave has no such name

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Word 5 SAKE next to IESVS (Jesus):  Old King James Bible: Aske and it shall be given unto you...

Initial S in SAKE is 18th in the line: agrees with alphabet: SAKE ends with E, see E = 5 etc.

Word 18 is SPARES.

Remove spare S.

Put SAKE and SPARES together:  SAKESPARE nearly SHAKESPEARE* but lacks E and H: 5th and 8th of alphabet.

Return to epitaph:

Start count from Latin line 1, line 8 word 8 is HIS and truly H is 8.

Now start count from English line 1    :  line 5 word 8 is HE.   H = 8 E = 5

above HE see NAME DOTH DECK Ys TOMBE

 

Count lines up from foot of epitaph : line 5,

now count right to left: word 5 is NAME.

 

Return to tomb with HE and add H and E to this name  SAKESPARE : so it becomes SHAKESPEARE.

 

And that's the reason they left that E out of the name.

 

But what does 58 (or even 5 + 8 stand for?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Stopping in during my work day...

Anything "Hanging" tends to reveal a Bacon. I see more than one Bacon. Here is one Hanging Bacon:

AND CVRTS BE HE Yt MOVES MY BONES.

EDIT:

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All uppercase letters yet the I of Iesvs is a lowercase I (i) with the dot above. Weird, huh?

iESVS

I have a photo in a book which shows that the "dot" was not present in the early 1950's, just as that C was turned into a G in CANST. Maybe someone was being naughty.

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As a matter of interest, line 1 is the only line which is free from compressions or abbreviations. There are 29 letters in the line, and that agrees with the buttons worn by the effigy. It also agrees with the numbers of W.H.

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2 minutes ago, peethagoras said:

I have a photo in a book which shows that the "dot" was not present in the early 1950's, just as that C was turned into a G in CANST. Maybe someone was being naughty.

Can you share?

Now I am curious why the addition of the dot.

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Stopping in during my work day...

Anything "Hanging" tends to reveal a Bacon. I see more than one Bacon. Here is one Hanging Bacon:

AND CVRTS BE HE Yt MOVES MY BONES.

EDIT:

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All uppercase letters yet the I of Iesvs is a lowercase I (i) with the dot above. Weird, huh?

iESVS

The thing that is regretful here is that this is not the original inscription. I suspect that the period over the I is in prominence because it is relevant. There are only three periods spaced out in that inscription. They would make a triangle to consider. If it was true to what Bacon is showing elsewhere it may be involving an angle of about 18 degrees to represent the constellation of Triangulum. I previously worked out the exact angles of the stars making it up from astronomical data:spacer.png

The 17.6 is likely treated as 18 (S) if it is shown.  The three periods we see are suggestive of such an elongated triangle, but we lack a visual of the original to check that idea.

You get this triangle when considering the Hobson's Nose point, the Caicos point and the Ground Point for the constellation of Triangulum on the Mercator map.

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The resulting large triangle is given by joining the three points and it, quite pleasingly, echoes the shape of Triangulum.. You get this suggestion by the use of the Two Tavern clues that are here given in Sylva Sylvarum where they are mentioning heading to the Mytre (of St Peter) constellation, Triangulum, from the Great Turk. It is a clever way to involve his Hobson's Nose point in a globe based demonstration of great harmony and symmetry which has been identified. 

On the highest level there appears to be a Two Triangle suggestions to guide us. One is the Summer Triangle and one is Triangulum. I contend that Bacon must have noticed these wonderful coincidences when he was working out his Great Circle considerations. It's just very elegant, but not exactly revealing of anything. It may have caused men to go looking at one point, and maybe that is why we have a historical reference to a retrieval at Hobson's Nose.   

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Still winding down my day, but this jumped out at me a little while ago.

IESVS and TVDOR

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Two sons born of a Virgin? They are not the first by any means, yet today both are still having an influence.

IESVS TVDOR is 144 Simple cipher the same as SIR FRANCIS BACON.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/ciphers.html

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Just remembered this:

 

on the tomb: word 5: SAKE

GOOD FREND FOR IESVS *SAKE* FORBEARE

SAKE: ASK  E:    E is 5th in alphabet:

Count 5 letters from both ends:

GOOD  F REND FOR IESVS SAKE FOR B EARE
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F B is the result.

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15 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Yann,

Brilliant spot. This is another first in a long line of your amazing discoveries. You are a true wonder!

For the last four hundred years (for reasons that must be patently obvious) the secret and hidden relationship between Lord Bacon and Martin Droeshout has been deliberately concealed and systematically suppressed by those who know the truth of it and its full significance in relation to FB's authorship of the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio. 

 

 

Good morning A Phoenix,

Thank you again for your many kind words, for your appreciation of my work and for your support.  

Here is something  that I think will be of particular interest to you. 😊

I will have no more surprises in my upcoming videos but anyway !

(Just kidding, I still have some surprises on hand 😉)

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Using the TWO in acrostic , count the second capital Letter from the Beginning and from the End of the poem.

(I am Alpha and Omega)

You obtain F.B. ( Francis Bacon)

Now trace a line from F to B and  DROESHUT appears ! 😊

You may recall my video "GIFT OF GOD" and the anagrams of DROESHOUT.

Here DROESHUT gives us TUDOR and ESH.

 

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SONNET 33

At the top we have the special number 33 Bacon in simple cipher and below the number 34: 33+34=67 Francis in simple cipher which gives us Francis Bacon and in the Sonnet itself there are 110 words: 67+110=177 William Shakespeare in simple cipher again cryptically revealing to us that Francis Bacon is Shakespeare.

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