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According to Aubrey's brief lives, Francis Bacon died as a result of stuffing a hen with snow. 

It must be remembered th a Bacon died in the month of April, which is hardly a snowy time.

So Aubrey was probably one of the brethren, leaving ciphers as I believe they did.

Anyway, back to the process of refrigeration:

According to the old alphabet, H E N is 8 5 13, sum = 26.

Note the year F Bacon died: 1626. 

Note also F B (6 2) in reverse when numbered is 26, and both versions can be seen in 1626.

So much for the HEN. 

Accordinfg to the old alphabet S N O W  is 18 13 14 21, sum = 66.

 

Now let us stuff an HEN with SNOW

When S N O W (66) is  pushed into H E N (26) the result, in fractions, is 39 hundredths,  for an infinitely long time.

Where 39 = F BACON and 100 = FRANCIS BACON.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, peethagoras said:

According to Aubrey's brief lives, Francis Bacon died as a result of stuffing a hen with snow. 

It must be remembered th a Bacon died in the month of April, which is hardly a snowy time.

So Aubrey was probably one of the brethren, leaving ciphers as I believe they did.

Anyway, back to the process of refrigeration:

According to the old alphabet, H E N is 8 5 13, sum = 26.

Note the year F Bacon died: 1626. 

Note also F B (6 2) in reverse when numbered is 26, and both versions can be seen in 1626.

So much for the HEN. 

Accordinfg to the old alphabet S N O W  is 18 13 14 21, sum = 66.

 

Now let us stuff an HEN with SNOW

When S N O W (66) is  pushed into H E N (26) the result, in fractions, is 39 hundredths,  for an infinitely long time.

Where 39 = F BACON and 100 = FRANCIS BACON.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks Peethagoras. Interesting and original take on the numbers relating to Lord Bacon's official date of death. My only qualm is that the recorded circumstances of his final illness predate Aubrey's Brief Lives by decades. However this doesn't detract from your insights. Cheers.

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Hi Peethagoras,

Indeed, who knows ? ...

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(Misprinted page 304 of Rescucitatio 1661)

 

Brief life of Bacon :

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

"None of his servants durst appeare before him without Spanish leather bootes; for he would smelle the neates leather, which offended him."

In any event, it seems that mother and son shared the same aversion for the smeel of New Leather. 😉 

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10 hours ago, peethagoras said:

It must be remembered th a Bacon died in the month of April, which is hardly a snowy time.

One must think about where Bacon was hanging out when this weird April freeze took place that was the public spoken reason why he died on Day 99 of the year.

Bacon was safe and sound with some of his closest and most intimate Family.

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3 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

In any event, it seems that mother and son shared the same aversion for the smeel of New Leather. 😉 

They may have shared the same repulsion of the Willy that was of leather background. Not the smell of leather at all, but the smell of Will Shakspur the son of small town leather guy?

 

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