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1 hour ago, Kate said:

It churned out something very basic. I guess you have to prompt it to give a full script. There's probably an app. I asked it to include all of our names but it obviously didn't recognise RC and AP, sorry.  I don't see Christine either (apols if I forgot anyone). It is very Dan Brown-esque. It's turned you into a Professor Rob! 2 pages. Done in nanoseconds. Here it is:Bacon is Shakespeare. May 2023.pdf

Silly Saturday fun.

Okay last one but, this is a different style. I just pressed regenerate and it included everyone. Dan Brown are you reading! 🤣 

(PS I loved that it thinks I'm in my 30s.)

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I was thinking of doing something similar for a B'Hive story script with all of us included, but suggesting a Gilligan's Island type story as a base. (Island of Truth still bouncing around my brain.)

I figured I'd probably be Gilligan... LOL

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I was thinking of doing something similar for a B'Hive story script with all of us included, but suggesting a Gilligan's Island type story as a base. (Island of Truth still bouncing around my brain.)

I figured I'd probably be Gilligan... LOL

 

In case you wonder, I thought A. Phoenix might be the Professor and Mary Ann. Eric, I guess Mr. Howell, not that I think you are rich, but educated and sophisticated. Lawrence of course would be the Skipper. Kate, that makes you Ginger, the Movie Star. 🙂

Christie, Mrs. Howell (Lovey) could be a lawyer?

Yann and CJ, we'd need you to be new characters who have the skills to connect the Island of Truth across the ocean of ignorance to the rest of the world.

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The "Minnow", would maybe be the "Sea Adventurer" that wrecked onto Bermuda during a storm?

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GPT4:

That's an interesting question. I can try to match the characters of Gilligan's Island with the characters of The Tempest based on their roles and personalities. Here is one possible way to do it:

- **Gilligan** could be **Caliban**, the servant of Prospero who is often clumsy and foolish, and who tries to rebel against his master with the help of two drunken sailors.
- **The Skipper** could be **Prospero**, the former duke of Milan who uses his magic and authority to control the island and the other characters. He is also a father figure to Miranda and Gilligan/Caliban.
- **Mary Ann** could be **Miranda**, the daughter of Prospero who is innocent and naive, having lived on the island since she was a child. She falls in love with Ferdinand at first sight.
- **Ferdinand** could be **The Professor**, a smart and noble man who is shipwrecked on the island and becomes Miranda/Mary Ann's love interest. He also helps Prospero/The Skipper with his inventions and plans.
- **Ginger** could be **Ariel**, the spirit who serves Prospero and performs his tasks with grace and skill. She is also a singer and an entertainer, and has a desire for freedom.
- **Mr. Howell** could be **Alonso**, the king of Naples who helped Antonio usurp Prospero's dukedom. He is wealthy and powerful, but also remorseful for his actions.
- **Mrs. Howell** could be **Gonzalo**, the honest and loyal counselor who helped Prospero and Miranda escape from Milan. He is optimistic and kind, and often tries to cheer up Alonso/Mr. Howell.
- **The Minnow** could be **The Sea Venture**, the ship that was caught in a storm and wrecked on the Bermudas, inspiring Shakespeare to write The Tempest.

As for a song, I can try to write one using the same melody as the Gilligan's Island theme song. Here it goes:

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale
A tale of a magic isle
That started from this stormy port
Aboard this tiny ship

The mate was a bumbling sailor man
The skipper brave and sure
Seven passengers set sail that day
For a three-hour tour
A three-hour tour

The weather started getting rough
The tiny ship was tossed
If not for the courage of the fearless crew
The Minnow would be lost
The Minnow would be lost

The ship set ground on the shore of this
Uncharted desert isle
With Gilligan
The Skipper too
The Professor and Mary Ann
Ginger
Mr. Howell
And Mrs. Howell
Here on Prospero's Isle

So this is the tale of our castaways
They're here for a long long time
They'll have to make the best of things
It's an uphill climb

The Skipper too will do his best
To make the others smile
With magic books and spirits too
Here on Prospero's Isle

No phone, no lights, no motor car
Not a single luxury
Like Robinson Crusoe
It's primitive as can be

So join us here each week my friends
You're sure to get a smile
From seven stranded castaways
Here on Prospero's Isle!

Source: Conversation with Bing, 5/13/2023
(1) List of Gilligan's Island characters - Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_gilligan's_island_characters.
(2) Gilligan's Island / Characters. https://bing.com/search?q=Gilligan's+island+characters.
(3) Gilligan's Island - Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilligan's_Island.
(4) The Tempest: Character List | SparkNotes. https://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/tempest/characters/.
(5) The Tempest - Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tempest.
(6) The Tempest Characters - eNotes.com. https://www.enotes.com/topics/tempest/characters.
(7) The Tempest: Study Guide | SparkNotes. https://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/tempest/.
(8) The Tempest Characters: Description and Analysis - ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/the-tempest-characters-4767941.

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On 5/9/2023 at 1:45 AM, Kate said:

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I have watched the first two episodes. I will reserve full judgement until the end. I never want to speak badly of other people in search of the truth about Shakespeare - we should surely all be in this together and remain friendly. However, I will just say that my blood pressure went up a notch or two watching this. One thing we have to be really careful about, whether Baconians or Oxfordians, is trying to make things fit, simply because it fits our preferred view. Cherry picking etc and how we deliver information. There were things in these two episodes that just don't stand up to scrutiny. The delivery also, in my opinion, felt a little patronising, like it was made for kids. Let's see what comes next.

Let's also remind everyone that the word Verulam has Ver in it, and on carvings like this one below the statue of Francis Bacon in St Albans, if we were putting an argument for De Vere and D'vere (see the Gaia Episodes) forward we could take an e from a diagonal and find it in here and many other places. It means nothing as e and r are such common letters and words like every are so common too.

 

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Other things which made me uneasy:

1)John Dee was likely the 'muse' for Flemings 007 but it was not a 7 as Green says, it was a letter from his Enochian alphabet that equates to E because he was the eyes (the two 00) for Elizabeth. He seems to indicate it was a 7.

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2)He also refers to the dots in the dedication and asserts that the dots must mean it's Dee's work. What a leap when (as I've shown elsewhere on this site) printing with dots after each word was commonplace at that time, as was triangular printing. Plus it's surely 534 not 624. Indeed you only need to look at Bacon's statue in St Michael's for another example of triangular text.

3) I also believe he is incorrect in where he reports the T for Tau comes from Calvary crosses. Tau means 'Mark' and originally came from the mark of the rising, culminating and setting sun which forms the T cross. (which mirrors the shape of man with his arms outstretched). It's from way before Jesus. Look at the Ankh. The three Ts together form the Triple Tau. The NIL NISI CLAVIS DEEST on the Royal Arch jewel showing this symbol refers to the fact that the key to the Universe lies in the numbers derived from the angles in the Triple Tau (explained elsewhere recently). It's all about Nature, Geometry and the movement of the ages.

4) Alan Green also puts the dedication into a grid form and comes up with de Vere, but I've shown that using the Biliteral cipher the dedication repeatedly points to Bacon. Which is right?

Future episodes will undoubtedly show his measurements from a circle on the cover of the Sonnets. Will he mention that there were two covers to the Sonnets printed at the same time? 

I'm always willing to say, 'Gosh that's interesting' and to alter my view if Alan delivers info that seems unassailable, but critical thinking and scrutiny has to be paramount in this search.

 

 

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Thanks for watching and sharing with us.

19 minutes ago, Kate said:

I never want to speak badly of other people in search of the truth about Shakespeare - we should surely all be in this together and remain friendly.

I agree, but I am so VERy fed up with people who pretend to be in search of some Truth when it appears they are full aware they are lying to gain popularity and recognition. My manners are not as polite as 20 years ago. If I think someone is not being honest, I want to check them on it. I admit I am often very wrong in my opinions, but after these years I feel like I can see through "some" fluff and BS. I know you can too, Kate. 😉

Dee's "007" was not "007", it is "oo7". It is a huge difference. O is 14 Simple cipher, to two Os is 28, then include the 7 you have 287. Dee's "oo7" is a clever hint at one of Elizabeth's Seal numbers, 287, which became one of Bacon's Seal numbers as well, and the Fra Rosi Crosse, then the United States, Light-of-Truth, and so on.

Thank you again Kate. I don't know if I can watch this series in my EVER increasing annoyance with the Oxen manipulation. I am sure I am missing some great stuff that would be helpful for me, it's just hard for me to endure the obvious lies.

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35 minutes ago, Kate said:

I'm always willing to say, 'Gosh that's interesting' and to alter my view if Alan delivers info that seems unassailable, but critical thinking and scrutiny has to be paramount in this search.

Green has never responded to any of my questions or comments via email which included diagrams and formulas I thought he'd enjoy and understand. At first I thought he was OK, and in the beginning he appeared to be more open. But the Oxies quickly became his fan base, and there at least one video where I felt like he was trying to create an Oxfraudian attempt from my Pyramid design that I shared with him. His was so bad he must have hoped nobody would try to examine it. I am sure even today his audience rarely, if EVER, desires to fact check or understand his "super intelligent" mathematical blah blah that very few would understand. But I do follow his "math", and he makes up fluff to please his audience. 

Fame must be a VERY hard thing to manage. I don't know myself. Maybe that is a good thing...

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2 hours ago, Kate said:

My pleasure. So interesting about another 287.

Just to be clear though, I don’t think for one minute that Alan is lying. I’m sure he believes what he says. 

I think I remember Yann saying that as well. I have the utmost respect for you both.

OK, maybe I am being too hard on him. Am I jealous? Maybe. He has a professional high quality media team behind him. Video, lighting, sound, graphics, web, marketing, so much we do not have. That costs money, a lot of money. Who is paying for all that? Oxies always seem to have money.

How many movie stars with some interest in Shakespeare hear the De Vere "club" secrets at parties when snorting lines of cocaine and drinking Champaign with the rich and famous. Then they begin publicly saying E of O was Shakespeare. Its not their passion, but a cool fun club to belong to among their peers. Outrageous to go against the Stratfordian myth. They are "cool", like literary Outlaws.

Yet we Baconians have accumulated Piles of evidence upon evidence supporting Bacon. For us, it IS our passion. It's not just cool to be seen with each other. We work hard for what we believe to be true. Bacon was Shakespeare. Some of us have spent large parts of our lives studying and discovering who Bacon was. In a way, this B'Hive forum is the culmination of many years of work by many of us. We do not deceive, at all.

This is 2023, the last party year for the Strats. 400 years of the First Folio has been mostly theirs. The Oxies have helped pick away at the crumbling monuments of Willy of Stratford. I do appreciate that they have lately done more to open up curious eyes than we Baconians. They already have attention just being in that glitzy society.  But we have the substance. We have the Bacon.

So I apologize for being a grouchy old Baconian with my life passing me so quickly as I watch the world miss the Bacon.

 

 

 

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That’s very self-reflective of you Rob to name jealousy and feeling life is unfair. I wouldn’t worry. The thing is that slick presentations can only get you so far, truth resonates in people’s hearts. Wrong info has a dissonance. I do feel you are stereotyping ‘movie stars’ and people with material wealth and assuming they are all rather debauched, unintelligent and easily led - not true. I hear where you are coming from though, your time will come! Anything that starts people even hearing about the authorship question and then digging has to be good.  You’ve contributed greatly to ‘the work’ over decades. Hang on to that! ❤️

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I was in a Zoom web conference last night on AI. It was put on by a video guy I've known for many years and I have physically been to some of his conferences, and in the room were several other older more experienced techies on the same level. Everyone who is in the multi-media world needs to become the masters of the AI as long as we can. 

I learned some new tools I never heard of before. There were some great tips. Text and writing tools were discussed, graphics and design (oh my!), and even video AI.

I spent most of today playing with a graphics tool. It takes practice and skill to get better. One's first attempt might be amazing, yet to get what you desire, you have to learn to manipulate the AI. It's all about the "prompts". In fact, "Prompt Writing" is becoming a valuable sought out skill. And to be good you don't need college or training, you need a natural born "knack".

I am a Novice, even with some time put in. There is enough I have seen already where I know how critically important it is we stay on top if it all.

TV was on while I was eating dinner. One car commercial came on and I immediately recognized that all of the scenery and video in the background was AI created. Too perfect, too clean. But it came across as real and the cars are where they wanted out eyes to look. Pretty slick!

Meet William Tudor I, King of England. We know him as Sir Francis Bacon, who wrote Shakespeare. They were three of the most important men of the past 400 years in our Western world. 😉

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I was in a Zoom web conference last night on AI. It was put on by a video guy I've known for many years and I have physically been to some of his conferences, and in the room were several other older more experienced techies on the same level. Everyone who is in the multi-media world needs to become the masters of the AI as long as we can. 

I learned some new tools I never heard of before. There were some great tips. Text and writing tools were discussed, graphics and design (oh my!), and even video AI.

I spent most of today playing with a graphics tool. It takes practice and skill to get better. One's first attempt might be amazing, yet to get what you desire, you have to learn to manipulate the AI. It's all about the "prompts". In fact, "Prompt Writing" is becoming a valuable sought out skill. And to be good you don't need college or training, you need a natural born "knack".

I am a Novice, even with some time put in. There is enough I have seen already where I know how critically important it is we stay on top if it all.

TV was on while I was eating dinner. One car commercial came on and I immediately recognized that all of the scenery and video in the background was AI created. Too perfect, too clean. But it came across as real and the cars are where they wanted out eyes to look. Pretty slick!

Meet William Tudor I, King of England. We know him as Sir Francis Bacon, who wrote Shakespeare. They were three of the most important men of the past 400 years in our Western world. 😉

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Manufactured by AI? Please tell us a bit more about how you achieved this impressive pseudo-portrait...

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27 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Manufactured by AI? Please tell us a bit more about how you achieved this impressive pseudo-portrait...

I started with various web quality images of Bacon. I don't remember which one this was as the positions were modified by AI, I think it was the Wiki one.

I tested prompts where I tried to describe the image I desired. Each attempt gave me four images. I saved a few. But then I'd either recycle the prompt and get four more, or adjust the prompt adding or removing some terms.

The prompt that gave me the above image was, "change this image into a rich and powerful King of England with piercing brown eyes and a large royal Tudor crown on his head, He is holding a shiny and powerful spear in one hand and a large folio book in the other, the year is 1623, realistic photo, rosicrucian background with mysterious artwork, elizabethan style, purple robe"

I kept getting gray eyes which was a pain, so defined "brown". Some images had some elements, missing some, and others having what one render would miss leaving something else out. This AI is far from perfect, and I wouldn't know what I was getting for a minute or two as it created the art. I created 66 images today with 4 in each render. Cost me about $3.30 so far.

Here is another William Tudor image:

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I also played around just for fun, seeing what could come up.

A nice older lady smiled at me today in a store and inspired this prompt, "amazingly beautiful elderly lady smiling at nature, hippy style flowing clothing, holding a cat, esoteric, mystical, magical, love"

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How about a 17th century ship arriving in the New Atlantis during sunrise:

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EDIT: One more prompt, one of my first, "steampunk shakespeare with red roses":

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6 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I started with various web quality images of Bacon. I don't remember which one this was as the positions were modified by AI, I think it was the Wiki one.

I tested prompts where I tried to describe the image I desired. Each attempt gave me four images. I saved a few. But then I'd either recycle the prompt and get four more, or adjust the prompt adding or removing some terms.

The prompt that gave me the above image was, "change this image into a rich and powerful King of England with piercing brown eyes and a large royal Tudor crown on his head, He is holding a shiny and powerful spear in one hand and a large folio book in the other, the year is 1623, realistic photo, rosicrucian background with mysterious artwork, elizabethan style, purple robe"

I kept getting gray eyes which was a pain, so defined "brown". Some images had some elements, missing some, and others having what one render would miss leaving something else out. This AI is far from perfect, and I wouldn't know what I was getting for a minute or two as it created the art. I created 66 images today with 4 in each render. Cost me about $3.30 so far.

Here is another William Tudor image:

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I also played around just for fun, seeing what could come up.

A nice older lady smiled at me today in a store and inspired this prompt, "amazingly beautiful elderly lady smiling at nature, hippy style flowing clothing, holding a cat, esoteric, mystical, magical, love"

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How about a 17th century ship arriving in the New Atlantis during sunrise:

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EDIT: One more prompt, one of my first, "steampunk shakespeare with red roses":

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Simply awesome ! 😲🤩❤️

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Apparently, because I’m a member of Gaia, friends can watch free but only for 72 hours. It’s now 22 May 15.30 BST. Three episodes of Shakespeare Decoded as seen in first post. Rob, episode three will be of particular interest to you.

Try this link

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On 5/22/2023 at 10:39 AM, Kate said:

Rob, episode three will be of particular interest to you.

I watched most of it. Thank you for sharing the link.

Mostly I saw what he has shared before that I have already seen. I laughed when he said something to the effect that maybe 6 or 7 people in the world study the math in Shakespeare. I assume he is counting me as one of them. LOL

My opinion is reinforced that he is a fake and knows it playing his number tricks on his viewers who hear his words and do not look at his math. He is a mathematician magician entertainer. He plays with numbers.

Do you believe Dee knew the speed of light down to 99.84%? I will say no. And I will say 99.84% is far from perfect, but he thinks we are all number dumb.

His Sonnets calendar is clunky, imperfect, and not even convincing mathematically, but he had to come up with something to make a DeVere version of my Sonnets Pyramid which works much better.

Sonnet 116 is misnumbered 119 and the discussions we have had on the B'Hive contains more verifiable substance. He ignores the fact that the line he points to is exactly at the 3/4 break point of the Sonnets. That is a mathematical fact, as opposed to his DeVere calendar that in my opinion may have been created to ensure the financial support of the Oxiefunders. April 26 is day 116, he gets that right.

The line is, "It is the star to euery wandring barke". It is the last line of Day 273 ending at 11:11:59 PM. This is exactly 3/4 of the 364 Day Sonnets design.

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He makes a big deal about Sonnet 116 being numbered 119. It is a big deal, but he does not tell us all he knows, as he has studied my work. He creates a magic act that he dishes out confident that nobody will question him. And who can? There are only 6 or 7 of us in the world who study numbers in Shakespeare (according to him)! And his slick magic somehow leads one to think DeVere is part of this. I have a hard time accepting he believes it at all. However, if he did not promote DeVere, he would not have the blind audience who are so amazed at his superhuman math skills. LOL

The first line of Day 274 is Line 1619 of the Sonnets. Hmmm, Sonnet 116 numbered 119 and Line 1619 is at the middle. Day 119 is where Sonnet 50 goes into Sonnet 51. He forgot to tell us that.

If I didn't know what I know, I might be fascinated by his tricks, instead I feel insulted that he does not realize some are wise enough to see through his fairy-tales. The Pyramids' geometry, the Speed of Light, his "Shakespeare-Code", they are cool tricks, but they do not hold up to scrutiny.

I'm sorry I feel that way, but it comes from Deep in my gut and I cannot hold back. If he was for real, he might answer his email.

 

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I’d feel better about it if Alan Green had pointed out:

1) There are two covers to the Sonnets, both printed at the same time and having different footer text. With one of them you can’t make the same calculations re the dots, lines and angles. How would we know to look at that version he’s using?

2) The gravestone at Holy Trinity that he deciphers and says points to De Vere etc is also thought to have been changed or re chiselled. As you can see from Petter’s version of the original, Alan’s whole premise falls down (if this was the original). 
 

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3) The dedication in the Sonnets can just as easily be deciphered to point to Bacon as to De Vere. 
 

and so on and so forth.  As always though, I think it’s good that more people are being introduced to the possibility of the author not being Shakespeare. When they Google they’ll find SirBacon.org!

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3 hours ago, Kate said:

Latest episode of Shakespeare Decoded 🫣 Free for 72 hours 

https://gaia.com/share/clicydn6h0009019270wm9b98?rfd=pec6iV&language[]=en

 

Alan Green gave a similar talk in 2014 in which he elaborates on his "sonnets pyramid" which is not as sophisticated as Rob's. The relevant bit is from 2.50 - 6.00.

 

Apologies if this has been posted before. Who is Alan W Green?  https://www.resonancescience.org/alan-green

 

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