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 Sonnet 66

Tyr'd with all these for restfull death I cry,      sATyr ?
As to behold desert a begger borne,

And needie Nothing trimd in iollitie,
And purest faith vnhappily forsworne,
And gilded honor shamefully misplast,
And maiden vertue rudely strumpeted,
And right perfection wrongfully disgrac’d,
And strength by limping sway disabled,
And arte made tung-tide by authoritie,
And Folly (Doctor-like) controuling skill,
And simple-Truth miscalde Simplicitie,
And captiue-good attending Captaine ill.

Tyrd with all these, from these would I be gone,
Saue that to dye, I leaue my loue alone.           sATyr ?

 

anyone counted the acrostic on the left hand side, using 24 letter abc?

    T AAAAAAAAAAA T S    (11 x A)

19 11 19 18 sum = 67 (one greater than this sonnet. See Sonnet 67)

FRANCIS is the same number. So is SECRET,

    so is GRACE:

      Sonnet 67 lines 1 and 2:

Ah wherefore with infection should he live,
And with his presence grace impietie,

       POX + BACON = ELIZABETH

            IMPIETIE = 83

From Sonnet 136:

Among a number one is reckon'd none:
  Then in the number let me pass untold,
  Though in thy store's account I one must be;

  GRACE = 67 = FRANCIS = 1

     83 + 1  =  ELIZABETH  =   POX + BACON

does this make sense to anyone?


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21 hours ago, peethagoras said:

anyone counted the acrostic on the left hand side, using 24 letter abc?

    T AAAAAAAAAAA T S    (11 x A)

19 11 19 18 sum = 67 (one greater than this sonnet. See Sonnet 67)

FRANCIS is the same number. So is SECRET,

    so is GRACE:

      Sonnet 67 lines 1 and 2:

Ah wherefore with infection should he live,
And with his presence grace impietie,

       POX + BACON = ELIZABETH

            IMPIETIE = 83

From Sonnet 136:

Among a number one is reckon'd none:
  Then in the number let me pass untold,
  Though in thy store's account I one must be;

  GRACE = 67 = FRANCIS = 1

     83 + 1  =  ELIZABETH  =   POX + BACON

does this make sense to anyone?

I have a tool that I use. It's custom designed for a certain way I and a very few of us intertain ourselves.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet066

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See how the Sonnet numbers are highlights as they are links. If you click you can see the traditional 24 letter ciphers codes we all know so well, but also the modern 26 letter codes which we can establish in the 1609 Sonnets.

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Above we see how Sonnet 66 transitions into Sonnet 67. That you see that on your own, helps validate my work and I appreciate your skill!

66 to 67 is in a few places. In fact, today is Day 67. Maybe next year I'll share a fraction of what I wanted to yesterday and today! LOL

Sonnet 67 begins on Day 157. We go from 66 to 67 at least twice as you pointed out, Peethagoras. The Simple cipher of the 14 letters that begin Sonnet 66 add up to 67 (image posted above).

When Day 66 ends and Day 67 begins, it is Sonnet 29 that starts as Day 67 is just beginning.

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This whole 66/67 and 11/111 thing, which is incredibly woven into 157/287 connections as well blows my mind even after 22 years of studying.

Tomorrow is Day 46 of the year. 46 is an entire 'nother thread for next year.  😉

Back on thread though, you said:

21 hours ago, peethagoras said:

sATyr ?

 

I can Google it which is my typical reaction on something I have no clue, but I want to hear it from you first if nobody else jumps in tonight. Your <--SA SA--> (<--181 181-->) was a thrill for me! 18+1 is 19 or T, and both ends with T's? Four T's, TT TT with a Pyramid of A's between. All these years and I missed what you found. "Uh, the two T's make sense, but why an S at the end" LOL

 

 

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T A A A A A A A A A A A T
157     www.Light-of-Truth.com     287
<-- 1 8 8 1 1
O 1 1 8 8 1 -->

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Cheer L-O-T (do you prefer Light-of-Truth?)

I found your reply to be a very interesting one, it sent me off on another journey through the sonnets.

 

     S?

William Shakespeare : 18/19 letters, S or T.  

note: r is 17th, and only this letter agrees with alphabet place value,
that is if counted from W = 1.

If counted from other end ( = 1), then m has the same property: m is 12th.

So we have MR in very special positions in the name. sum = 29

Think: 29 buttons on the Stratford monument, and 29 letters in line 1 of the "curst" tomb: only line 1 is free of compressed or abbreviated words.

 

In passing RM: Romeo Mountague.

 

There's a great deal more to this than I can explain here, but it comes down to something I believe: the famous name was engineered.

The name of the engineer is well known to Shako-cipher fans.

His number can be found in the word SATYR which, after using his peculiar way of reading words*, produces 58.

* Old Roger Bacon used the same process when dealing with the New Testament.

As for the 18 or 19 letters in the name: it depends on whether or not the W is seen as single or double character/s
. If double VV then R no longer has a special place in the name, because P, which is usually the 14thm becomes the 15th letter, which agrees with the alphabet. But this little change is invisible unless W opens to VV.

I consider things this way: SP in the name stands for Simon Peter.

P is the only letter which sits under the rest: William Shakespeare.

According to Roman Catholic scripture, the death of Peter was by crucifixion, upside down. So turn P on its head: b.

Now, Peter is said to have leaped naked into the sea, and caught himself 153 "great fishes". He is even said to have walked on water.
 
So if we were to imagine peter standing on water then might not P look a bit like d?

It's a strange coincidence that P is 14th in the name, and Dee = 14. What do you think?

And what is the last letter on the Stratford monument epitaph? P

And what about that P being crucified upside down?

Sonnet 153, letter 15   CVpid laid by his b   

(notice p in the middle of cupid) 

If we turn things on their heads, so to speak, and count the sonnets, starting from 154, as if it were sonnet 1, the 15th letter counting from the right-hand end of line 14, in sonnet 2 (which is now) '153' is o:

                        ou feel'st it could. <-- counting from right, line 14, sonnet 2 as 153.

 

Concerning Simon Peter and the 153 fishes, recall in the sonnets title page,  over SP are three fishes stood on their tail-fins.

The first word of sonnet 153 is CVPID.  Number 51.

           3 times 51 = 153.

      CUP  ID or 38 ID where 38 = T T

Anyone noticed the cup in sonnets dedication?

 

Like I said: engineered name.

 

 

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             5 lines   BY   1 line:   5(by)1 :  51

             word 3   ONLIE:  ONE LI : Roman 51: 

            3 times 51 = 153.

 

 

 

 

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