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Look at this graphic below. I love it, beautiful to me. It represents my solution to the Sonnets Dedication poem.

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This was my first "real" discovery, maybe a year before I stumbled on the Pyramid design (2000 or so). I'm surprised that it hasn't gained any attention. But I have learned to accept that. Yet I believe it is the best solution so far. And simple, nothing to confuse anybody. But hey, maybe it is not as good as I like to think it is. LOL

It has been on my Light-of-Truth website since 2003. First it was in Flash which is no longer supported on the web. I miss Flash, but it was hacker candy so it is gone for good, unfortunately.

Basically you just take the stops in the dedication poem, center them and read starting at the bottom going up following this path (red numbers):

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Start with the two T's as if they are two pillars to pass beyond to start the journey.

T.        T.

SETTING FORTH IN THE ADVENTURER
BY WISHING WELL
WISHETH LIVING EVER.

OUR POET PROMISED THESE SONNETS
TO THE ONLIE AND INSVING
ETERNITIE
THAT BEGETTER OF ALL
HAPPINESSE.

W.Mr. H

Personally, I take the hyphen in "Well-wishing" and "Ever-living" as a clue to flip-flop those words, but you don't have to. I just like the way it sounds better. Plus it makes a better word count (32). The poem ends with the "H" in the center of the Star.

H=8, the same as F(6)+B(2)=8. So if we allow the H to become FB that gives us 33 "words" and initials. "W Mr H" becomes "Worshipful Master Francis Bacon".

Watch the video that used to be Flash:

http://www.light-of-truth.com/SonnetsDedication.mp4

Reading the poem in this order first you spell out "B A C", then draw a pyramid and star, even with rays coming from it. It stops in the center of the star.

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How cool is that?

This is the complete design at the end. Notice the cleaned up design has the elements of the Freemason Royal Arch degree; six-pointed star, pyramid (or triangle), sun with rays, hanging basket (BAC). To see the Triple Tau, look at the dedication poem. I can find "TTTO" three times framing and at the beginning of the poem and can share if you don't see them.

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"It is a star to every wandering bark."

Thanks for looking. 😉

EDIT: Adding a link to an old page on my site as there are a few cool things I have forgot about.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/Royal_Arch_Jewel/solution_old.htm

Might be a few new things to also share if this gets any attention.

 

 

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I haven't thought that about that biliteral cipher in years!

Once upon a time I found the word "STAR" using the biliteral cipher using two of the letters that start the lines of the Sonnets. I thought it was "W" and "T", but maybe not as I have not been able to find it again. I did try other letters as well.

For your info, here is a count of the first letters of the top ten that start lines in the Sonnets:

T = 437

A = 359

W = 227

B = 145

S = 137

I = 134

O = 122

F = 103

M = 78

N = 70

Maybe I was using "T" and "A", that does ring a bell in my brain. I need to make it a priority to find "STAR" again! 🙂

Interesting that the letter "B" is the fourth most used letter to start lines. That would seem against the odds, I think. "B" more than "S"?

According to one website, here are the most common letters to start sentences:

T  I A H S W B M O F N P C D E Y L R G J U V K Q Z X

According to that order, "B" should not be 4th. 😉

"F" was used 103 times, the Simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE.

 

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On 2/12/2022 at 7:33 PM, Light-of-Truth said:

I haven't thought that about that biliteral cipher in years!

Once upon a time I found the word "STAR" using the biliteral cipher using two of the letters that start the lines of the Sonnets. I thought it was "W" and "T", but maybe not as I have not been able to find it again. I did try other letters as well.

For your info, here is a count of the first letters of the top ten that start lines in the Sonnets:

T = 437

A = 359

W = 227

B = 145

S = 137

I = 134

O = 122

F = 103

M = 78

N = 70

Maybe I was using "T" and "A", that does ring a bell in my brain. I need to make it a priority to find "STAR" again! 🙂

Interesting that the letter "B" is the fourth most used letter to start lines. That would seem against the odds, I think. "B" more than "S"?

According to one website, here are the most common letters to start sentences:

T  I A H S W B M O F N P C D E Y L R G J U V K Q Z X

According to that order, "B" should not be 4th. 😉

"F" was used 103 times, the Simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE.

 

This is another great finding, Rob !!!

The first letters of the top three that start lines in the Sonnets formed the Hebrew letter "TAW" meaning "MARK" or "SIGN" and a reference to the CROSS.

And 437+359+227=1023 the isopsephy of μετοχη meaning Fellowship.

 

That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship

is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.     (King James Bible 1 John 1:3)

 

But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son

cleanseth us from all sin.    (King James Bible 1 John 1:7)

 

It can seem a bit far-fetched but ...

 

                        SONNET 123

No, Time, thou shalt not bost that I doe change,
Thy pyramids buylt up with newer might
To me are nothing novell, nothing strange,
They are but dressings of a former sigh:
Our dates are breef, and therefor we admire,
What thou dost foyst upon us that is ould;
And rather make them borne to our desire,
Then thinke that we before have heard them tould:
Thy registers and thee I both defie,
Not wondring at the present, nor the past,
For thy records,and what we see doth lye,
Made more or les by thy continuall hast:
   This I doe vow and this shall ever be;
   I will be true despite thy syeth and thee.

If I am not mistaken, here are the Sonnets with the word TAW in acrostic :

TAW  by reading from top to bottom : 1+58+67+118+144+150 = 538

TAW  by reading from bottom to top : 20+32+49+95+97+123+128 = 544

The two numbers are very close !

The average of these two numbers is 541  (538 + 3 , 544 - 3 )

541 is the 100th prime ( 100 the simple cipher of Francis Bacon

And 541 is the gematria of IACOB ( of which the anagram is I, BACO)

That is just an idea.

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Sonnet 123, you know I love it. Especially with the last lines of 124.

To trust those tables that receaue thee more,
   Tp keepe an adiunckt to remember thee.

Then an exclamation point.

NO! Time, thou shalt not bost that I doe change.
They pyramids buylt vp with newer might
To me are nothing nouell, nothing strange,
They are dressing of a former sight:

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The 53rd page from the Dedication Poem.

Anyway...

T, W, and A being the most common letters to start the lines.

Sonnet 136 is important to me, the Sonnet I had in a dream to add up the letters when I was first starting to figure out the Sonnets design. Look at the original 1609 version:

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Notice the line, "I fill it full with wils, and my will one,"

Soon after this printing, the line became "Ay, fill it full with wills, and my will one."

The "I" was changed to an "A".

Why?

It was in January 2001 I had this dream. A Bacon dream, which many of us have at times. I was told to add up the first letters of Sonnet 136. Of course when I woke up, even as I was making my first cup of coffee, I did exactly that, using my copy of the Sonnets that was a modern version.

I S A T W A I A T T F T M A = 155 Simple and 337 Kaye.

"...my name is Will."

Hmmm.

WILL SHAKESPEARE = 155 Simple and 337 Kaye.

It would be hard to describe my feeling. "Giddy" would be an understatement.

Over the next weeks I did all 154 Sonnets and had a graph paper with all the numbers on it. That was the first major breakthrough towards the Pyramid design that came months later.

Well, maybe two years later I got my hands on a copy of the 1609 facsimile and was SHOCKED that the 6th line began with an "I" instead of an "A"!

"I fill it full with wils, and my will one,"

Even though by then I had the entire Pyramid design worked out and was discovering a ton of things, that messed up my head. Something was wrong with my dream! It shook me up.

But look at the 9th line, "Though in the stores account I one must be."

"I one must be"

So by counting the "I" as one (or an A), then the totals add up, the "stores account" is correct; 155 and 337.

I wonder if this Sonnet was meant to be added up (stores account) to match "Will Shakespeare", and maybe nobody got it. So at some point later, maybe even Bacon himself, decided to change the "I" to an "A" to make it easier.

Yea, I know, far-fetched. Veeeeery far-fetched.

But then with the letters T, W, and A being the most common, maybe the initials "W T and One" are important to Bacon's story.

William Tudor I

which adds up to 157 Simple and 287 Kaye cipher, "She carv'd thee for her seal, and meant thereby,Thou shouldst print more, not let that copy die." from Sonnet 11.

And Sonnet 11's first letters (A I A T H W I A L H L W S T) add up to 157 Simple cipher.

WTI

Sonnet 126 first letters add up to 157 Simple and 287 Kaye using the modern 26 letter alphabet. And that Sonnet has only 12 lines of words.

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Modern interpretations of this Sonnet make me angry, or laugh, but they are all wrong in my mind.

This could be either Dee or Elizabeth writing to Bacon. I lean towards Dee, myself. Note the first letters:

O D W T I A S M Y S H A

O = 14, Simple cipher of Dee, also O can be a symbol of "cipher"

D = well, Dee

W T I = William Tudor I

A S = as

M Y = my

S H A = Shakespeare

 

Read the poem as if Dee wrote it, to Bacon.

She may detaine, but not still keepe her tresure:
Her Audite (though delayd) answer'd must be,

Just me, but what I see. Let me be clear, just a part of what I see.

😉

"...my name is Will."

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It's AWESOME Rob !!!😲

Many thanks. 

I am sure that this is just a part of what you see.

When I read your post this morning just before going to work ( Indeed, I am one of these persons ! 😄 ) a lot of things caught my eyes.

Unfortunately, I did not have enough time to respond.

And what I found echoes something I noticed yesterday in "Mathematical Magicks" which, at your recommandation, I've taken a look at.

My first thought , discovering your superb analysis of the letters in acrostic, was that the author would never have left an incomplete message.

And by using the Q of Quietus we obtain: OD, WT I , AS MY SHAQ .

The name Shakespeare was also spelled Shaxspere, shaksper and SHAQSPER.

We have SHAQ but where is the Spear ?

I think that Quietus is a reference to Sextus Flavius Quietus who was a "Primus Pilus", which means that he was the senior centurion of the legion and commander of the first cohort.

And Primus Pilus means "First SPEAR" or "First LANCE"

And now the message is complete : O Dee, William Tudor I AS MY SHAQSPEARE

O Thou my lovely Boy who in thy power
    Doest hold Times fickle glasse,his sickle,hower;
Who hast by wayning growne,and therein shou'st,
Thy lovers withering,as thy sweet selfe grow'st.
If Nature (sovereign misteres over wrack)
As thou goest onwards still will plucke thee backe,
She keepes thee to this purpose, that her skill.
May time disgrace and wretched mynuit kill.
Yet fear her, O thou minnion of her pleasure,
She may detaine, but not still keepe her tresure!
Her Audite (though delayd) answer'd must be,
And her Quietus is to render thee.
   (                                           )
   (                                           )

Moreover, the Middle English word "quit" comes from the Latin "Quietus" and means ... to set FREE !

"As you from crimes would pardoned be,

Let your indulgence set me free."  (The Tempest)

But that's not all.

O Thou my lovely Boy who in thy power
    Doest hold Times fickle glasse,his sickle,hower;
Who hast by wayning growne,and therein shou'st,
Thy lovers withering,as thy sweet selfe grow'st.
If Nature (sovereign misteres over wrack)
As thou goest onwards still will plucke thee backe,
She keepes thee to this purpose, that her skill.
May time disgrace and wretched mynuit kill.
Yet fear her, O thou minnion of her pleasure,
She may detaine, but not still keepe her tresure!
Her Audite (though delayd) answer'd must be,
And her Quietus is to render thee.

BAQON  - WILL BACON

MYSHA is an arabic name meaning HAPPY, JOYOUS throughout life.

"Haile HAPPY genius of this antient Pile"   Lord Bacon's Birth-day - Ben Jonson

And here is a "HAPPY" coincidence ...

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Cap .  3 .     Mechanical  Powers.               13
                     C  A  P.   III.
Of the first Mechanical Faculty , the Bal -
   lance.

F. BACO (33) the First lance (Primus Pilus)

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And here is another "coincidence" !!!😁

I noticed that with the letters of MYSHA we could form the word ASHYM.

Does the word ASHYM exist ? NO ! However, the word ASHIM exist. This is a word used in Hindi, Arabic and Sanskrit, and meaning "Limitless".

The fact is that last night, as if by chance, I watched a video exposing an alternate ending for the film "Limitless".

And what a surprise at 1:57 !!! 😃

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The fact is that last night, as if by chance, I watched a video exposing an alternate ending for the film "Limitless".

 

And what a surprise at 1:57 !!! 😃

33 shares! LOL

Bacon does slip into movies sometimes under the radar.

When the first "National Treasure" movie came out I saw Bacon ciphers. I made a page and was very active on one of the movies forums.

http://www.light-of-truth.com/Freemasonry/NationalTreasure.htm

It was a thrill to see the website visitors on that page and the Disney corporate domain was my biggest visitor with multiple IP addresses visiting for several weeks. I figured it was just a matter of time before they made me take the page down. Disney does not fool around with any copyright infringement at all. But they left me alone.

The next movie came out. I was too busy with work to be on any forums, but did watch the movie. At one point they had a "Wheel" cipher and the key word was "BACON". I took that as a wink to me! Whether it was or not, who knows, but I still feel like it was.

I have reached out to Disney about a major motion picture, "Bacon", to be the most powerful movie of all time. They asked for way more than I could produce. But there is a seed in the world's most influential Mouse's mind already. 😉

Here is an old forum discussion on the NT movie. I was not part of this one, but there is a treasure of Baconian ideas contained by someone named "Charlotte":

https://ahatmose2002.proboards.com/thread/345/national-treasure

 

 

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And now the message is complete : O Dee, William Tudor I AS MY SHAQSPEARE

Corroboration is a great thing!

Let's talk about the page that has Sonnet 126.

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The first line of Sonnet 127:

IN the ould age blacke was not counted faire,

First letters of each word:

I T O A B W N C F

Anagram of:

F BACON WTI

Next line with 33 characters:

Or if it weare it bore not beauties name:

What is going on here? "blacke was not counted faire"? Fair meant Royal, "blacke" with its "bac" contained could mean Bacon. The name Bacon was not counted as Royal, of course. "Or if it weare it bore (boar) not beauties name".

Bacon was not born as "Francis Bacon", that is not his name. He was at the least born as "Francis Tudor", but I don't buy that either. He was "William", the first William after William the Conquerer, William Tudor.

IN the ould age blacke was not counted faire,
Or if it weare it bore not beauties name:

But now is blacke beauties successiue heire,
And Beautie slanderd with a bastard shame,
For since each hand hath put on Natures power,
Fairing the foule with Arts faulse borrow'd face,
Sweet beauty hath no name no holy boure,
But is prophan'd, if not liues in disgrace.

It is a common theme in the Sonnets. How about Sonnet 108?

Counting no old thing old, thou mine, I thine,
Euen as when first I hallowed thy faire name.

The Sonnets make a big deal about the author's name, and he comes right out and says his name is "Will". I'm not even going to start to get into Sonnets 135 and 136 right now. But "name" comes up twenty some times in the Sonnets.

Sonnet 72:

My name be buried where my body is,

Sonnet 76:

That euery word doth almost fel my name,
Shewing their birth,and where they did proceed

And so on.

It appears "William Shakespeare" is obsessed with telling what his real name is. And he says his name is "Will". But what is his last name? He is probably NOT William Bacon, why would he be named that when he grew up as Francis. His last name was Tudor. And he is trying his best for us to get it.

The Bacon name was not counted fair, never would be, never could be. Elizabeth would not name him "Francis Bacon". Dee came up with the name. Dee came up with William Tudor for Elizabeth and that was his name when he was born. If he had a son, he would be William Tudor I to complete "her seal."

Ooops, sorry I digress...

😉

Back to the page with Sonnet 126.

Note the anagram using the first letters on the left of each line of Sonnet 127:

I
B
A
F

We have "I, F BA" but where is the rest?

Last word of Sonnet 125 is "controule". = I, F BAcon

So we have a good acrostic that has the last word of Sonnet 125, and continues in big letters with Sonnet 127, completely containing Sonnet 126 with its 157 Simple and 287 Kaye cipher. Easy to find more acrostics in Sonnets 127, I don't need to point them out.

Bacon is crying out to us, read the words, hear his message. Elizabeth denied him, but we don't have to.

Oooooops, I digress again.

😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

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References & allusions to Francis Bacon, Shakespeare and his Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood in TV dramas and Hollywood films.

Hi Rob,

we read with absolute fascination your post about the film National Treasure along with your own observations and those of “Charlotte” with its allusions to Lord Bacon and his Rosicrucian-Freemasonry Brotherhood. We too have noticed numerous references to FB in television dramas and Hollywood films. For example, here in the UK a few decade back we had a drama series called The Professionals about ‘CI5’ (we vaguely recall the first official acknowledgment of the existence of MI5 came in 1974 or thereabouts) in which the two main characters working for the Intelligence Services drove a vehicle with the numbers 303 on its number plate: drop the null 33 Bacon in simple cipher.

We also had a brilliant series call Spooks about MI5 in which there were countless references and allusions to Bacon-Shakespeare with the number 33 appearing on door and bus numbers as well as the use of other simple cipher numbers appearing throughout the series pertinent to Bacon-Shakespeare.

We have also noticed references to FB and his Rosicrucian Brotherhood in the James Bond films and on the number plate of his Aston Martin DB5 which are included here below.

Furthermore, we have identified references and ciphers to Bacon-Shakespeare in two recent Hollywood films-one of them a filmed version of the Shakespeare play Hamlet which we will reveal in our latest forthcoming academic paper and video.

 

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Love it!

The are some true minds in surprising places, slipping in hints to we who pierce the veil. 😉

Bacon and Bond both 33, and Bond is basically Bacon with a D (oo7).

🙂

If I haven't mentioned before, the oo7 is interesting, O = 14, so OO = 28, then 7 = 287.

The Secret Shakespearean Seal numbers (157 and 287) are very important. After all these years seeking them, studying them, and analyzing them, it appears to me that they came from Dee. He may have learned about them in his travels, or came up with them on his own. I tend to feel they are ancient beyond Dee and they are something he came across. Regardless, it seems they have the quality of "Strength and Permanence". Just something about them can help make anything more powerful and lasting. Shakespeare's works is a very good example and they are "sealed" everywhere as was shown to us by the Fra Rosie Cross in 1916. Did they "find" them? I doubt it, they knew about them and it was time to give a clue.

When I look at the Sonnets through the eyes I have developed and see Dee's fingerprints all over Bacon's life, and these numbers come up where they are expected and should come up, there appears to be a multi-level purpose. One, of course, is to make something that will last "Which shall above that idle rank remain, Beyond all date; even to eternity:" (Day 287 in Sonnets). But it is also a "teaching", something for us to learn and use. Us being those with eyes to see, and hopefully the integrity to use for the good of mankind.

United States = 157 and 287 with modern alphabet. Did they know in 1776? I say so.

United Nations = 157 and 287. Did they know? Someone did.

Whoever pulled off 9/11 knew the numbers, it is permeated with them. Whomever or whatever that was. It was designed 400 years ago in some way.

SEPTEMBER ELEVEN = 157 Simple, TWO THOUSAND ONE = 287 Kaye.

Do you know often that day/year combination happens? When the previous date like that was?

SEPTEMBER ELEVEN = 157 Simple, SIXTEEN FIVE = 287 Kaye.

406 years before 9-11-2001.

So Dee had the numbers, shared with Elizabeth, and then Bacon. "TThy guift, the tables..." That is my theory anyway.

I've practiced what they have taught and I've had surprising results. There is something about these numbers, they work.

Rosicrucians know and use them. Freemasons? I am sure at one time they did.

Hollywood, some appear to know. James Bond, National Treasure, etc. Either they are playing with something they've read, or using what is taught. World powers may be using them.

The numbers 110 and 188 appear to have a quality related to time, Eternity. That is much harder to explain, but someday I will try to share what I've learned from the many examples demonstrated by Bacon in the Sonnets. For one example, what is the most "eternal" Sonnet of them all?

Sonnet 18, "But thy eternal summer shall not fade" and "When in eternal lines to time thou grow'st".

S = 18, H = 8 so SH is 188, which is also the Kaye cipher of JOHN DEE and the Simple cipher of MONAS HIEROGLYPHICA.

The "sh" combination appears 8 times in Sonnet 18. And Sonnet 18 begins with one of the most famous of all Shakespeare lines, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?"

SHall I compare thee to a Summers day?
Thou art more louely and more temperate:
Rough windes do shake the darling buds of Maie,
And Sommers lease hath all too short a date:
Sometime too hot the eye of heauen shines,
And often is his gold complexion dimm'd,
And euery faire from faire some-time declines,
By chance,or natures changing course vntrim'd:
But thy eternall Sommer shall not fade,
Nor loose possession of that faire thou ow'st,
Nor shall death brag thou wandr'st in his shade,
When in eternall lines to time thou grow'st,
So long as men can breath or eyes can see,

 

The SHA (1881) combination seems have extra "eternal" qualities that may be like the Janus facing backwards and forwards. At least that is what it seems to me is being taught by Bacon/Dee. It may be used to connect past and future. Hard to explain.

And of course SHAkespeare is the most eternal of all writers. 🙂

Another famous Shakespeare line; TO BE OR NOT TO BE = 157 Simple cipher.

Too much fun!!

 

 

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Couple last minute thoughts...

"BOND, JAMES BOND" is 111 Simple cipher, the Kaye cipher of BACON.

What's your name?

Bond, James Bond.

ASTON MARTIN is 144 Simple cipher with Modern alphabet, SIR FRANCIS BACON is 144 Simple cipher with the 24 letter alphabet.

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

 

The SHA (1881) combination seems have extra "eternal" qualities that may be like the Janus facing backwards and forwards. At least that is what it seems to me is being taught by Bacon/Dee. It may be used to connect past and future. Hard to explain.

 

 Hi Rob, I am really looking forward to learning more about your take on numbers 110, 188  and 1881 and there "eternal" qualities.

Thank you for giving us a first hand insight into your thinking on the subject.

I would like to share with you something that popped in my mind, as I was reading your post and was facing the SHAs all over Sonnet 18.

That completes my thinking on the Sonnet 18 of this morning.

S     Hall I compare thee to a Summers day?
       Thou art more louely and more temperate:
Rough windes do shake the darling buds of Maie,
And Sommers lease hath all too short a date:
Sometime too hot the eye of heauen shines,
And often is his gold complexion dimm'd,
And euery faire from faire some-time declines,
By chance,or natures changing course vntrim'd:
But thy eternall Sommer shall not fade,
Nor loose possession of that faire thou ow'st,
Nor shall death brag thou wandr'st in his shade,
When in eternall lines to time thou grow'st,
   So long as men can breath or eyes can see,
   So long lives this, and this gives life to thee,

There is evidently the anagram of the word "STAR" in acrostic.

With the I and the H appears the name "ISHTAR" the Mesopotamian Goddess associated with the Greek/Roman goddess Aphrodite/VENUS

But we can also read : IH STAR that could be a reference to the Star of Bethleem . Indeed IH , was before IHS, an abbreviation of JESUS.

And talking about JESUS, we have in the sonnet 18 the two words "EYE" and "SEE" or I see I.C (Iesus Christ)

S     Hall I compare thee to a Summers day?
       Thou art more louely and more temperate:
Rough windes do shake the darling buds of Maie,
And Sommers lease hath all too short a date:
Sometime too hot the eye of heauen shines,
And often is his gold complexion dimm'd,
And euery faire from faire some-time declines,
By chance,or natures changing course vntrim'd:
But thy eternall Sommer shall not fade,
Nor loose possession of that faire thou ow'st,
Nor shall death brag thou wandr'st in his shade,
When in eternall lines to time thou grow'st,
   So long as men can breath or eyes can see,
   So long lives this, and this gives life to thee,

And if we draw a line passing through  "eye" and "see" ... shake-speare appears !

Moreover if EYE = 33,  the simple count of BACON ,  EYE SEE = 61 , the simple count of J(9) A(1) N(13) U(20) S(18) 🙂

Indeed, SHA = 18 8 1  "may be like the Janus facing backwards and forwards".

Two 18 for two STARS representing HESPERUS the evening star and PHOSPHORUS the morning star, or CASTOR AND POLLUX or ...

SHALIM and SHAHAR , the twin deities of Dusk and Dawn ! 😃

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If you are interested in John Dee, this may be of much interest, if you haven’t seen it already 

http://newporttowermuseum.com/resources/3-The-Meaning-of-the-Monas-Hieroglyphica-with-regards-to-Geometry.pdf

With regard to the sonnets, I have just started to watch your ‘pyramid’ videos, Rob. The one thing I notice about the dedication is the number of words with double letters in them, which seem to me to be deliberate. The fact it ends with forth could be a pointer to forth letter or every forth letter or line.

Just my immediate observation. I have never given any thought to deciphering it until now, so these may already have been well explored.

K

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Just read the NT thread from the old forum and about the Beale Cipher. 

It says 

Joe Nickell, a skeptic researching the Beale tale concluded in his book Mysterious Realms: 

...Beale and his treasure are illusory-merely part of an allegory meant to evoke the anticipated Masonic `discovery of the secret vault and the inestimable treasures, with the long-lost word'...The contrast between the futile quest for gold and that for more spiritual wealth are didactically expressed in the allegory...

 

He’s right. So many people (IMO) don’t understand the extent of the utilisation of allegory. They take things at face value or read into things from the wrong level, because they have not yet developed ‘the eyes to see’ . Many myths and quests have people looking for treasure and those who are still identified with the material nature will devote their entire life trying to dig for it or uncover it or find a secret key or code to a vault, when it was within them all along.

The secret vault and its inestimable treasure is the brain - the mind - where, when we are sufficiently spiritually evolved, we come to recognise and connect with our oneness with God (the supreme architect). I.e., I AM THAT or I AM THAT I AM.
 

The lost word is love. Only when we can ‘marry’ our dual spiritual and physical nature and come to recognise our ‘brotherhood’ and unity with every human and indeed everything that is,  will we understand that there’s no higher treasure than this type of enlightenment.

Bruton Church is intriguing due to its location in Virginia and the proximity to W&M but I always smile when I hear of all the effort put into digging on Oak Island. It’s an allegory. 

I don’t want to sound like a preacher! It’s for each person to find their truth. I just leave this here for anyone visiting in months or years to come, to contemplate . Kx

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I read this post and Christina's on my iPhone when I was out and about this afternoon. Both touched me.

Christina said in the Law forum, "But with a hypothesis you can get confirmation bias, where what you hope to find to be true, you tend to find."

That is true, I know very well.

You hint that the treasure we ultimately seek is within us.

That is true, I know very well.

For me, I am a "Treasure Seeker" who has developed a notion for what I am looking for, and tend to find it.

Personal story:

I think it was in 1967 at Christmas I got my first Matchbox car. I was 6, and there were bigger more expensive gifts under the tree. But that green and yellow stake truck was a treasure. I knew it, couldn't let it go. I knew it was more. That evening I remember my Mom and Dad talking about Matchbox cars, something to collect, inexpensive, etc.

So we set out to get "all" the Matchbox cars. 75 in the the series, and in a few weeks we had visited all the toy and hobby shops close by and found all 75.

But, we found there is more. And my dad is a talker, so we started to build relationships with people who sell and deal in Matchbox cars.

Treasure hunts, almost every weekend. We'd hear of a hobby and train store maybe 120 miles away. We'd make a day trip to go there, and see other sights.

On vacation road trips over various states and even cross country, seeking obscure toy and hobby shops where we "might" find a treasure was always on the agenda.

We knew what we were looking for, sometimes we'd find what we were looking for; a Matchbox car that we did not have yet.

Ir was a major joy of my life. Always fun. We belonged to every Matchbox car club, getting all the newsletters in the mail, and were connected to a wide network of toy and hobby shop owners who would share what they'd learn. We'd get a tip, we'd act. When finding some hard to come across car, or accidentally stumbling on a very rare car when the random store had no clue, it was a thrill. Invigorating, even as a young kid. Almost like a drug; anticipating the high, knowing it is out there, looking for it, following clues, and then, BANG! A different color of a common Matchbox car that was only done as a test and wasn't supposed to hit the shelves! Wow!! Then it was bliss all satisfied.

😉

We lived in Colorado Springs for 4 years, 67-71.

One of the hobby shops we visited is also a rock shop on the side of Pikes Peak. Soon my Dad bought a lapidary set, my Mom started learning to be a silversmith, and we became "rock hounds". So besides seeking Matchbox car treasures, we'd pack a lunch and head out onto the public lands in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico looking for gem stones, crystals, petrified wood, dinosaur bones, and a long list of whatever was around wherever we went. Treasure hunting, with our dogs. What fun!

I remember so many things I found and how and why I found them. While were meandering around some windblown hillside, I'd use my intuition and creativity to find what I was seeking. It wasn't just walking along looking at the ground, I "felt" the area, listened to clues. A 3 inch beautiful smoky topaz crystal under a funny looking leaf, a piece of dinosaur bone where a butterfly was hovering, so on. You know, maybe not even ten years old, I was on to something.

Hunting treasures is more than it seems. A life of seeking "things", has also led to spiritual treasures. Once experienced, couple or so years when I was a kid, something about following a path to a destination that is unknown yet with a purpose, some skills of the mind develop. The Universe appears to speak when the mind is quiet or not lost in worries or thoughts. Looking for something, a cool stone, crystal, whatever...not thinking really...looking...walking...listening, hearing noises...seeing lights and reflections...walking along...stones...the breeze...sounds...open to anything...

Stop and take a breath. Ahhhh, breathe in and out. Look down, and there it is between my feet, AGAIN! The treasure. (One time an 8,000 year old paleo spear point I found on my birthday in 1988, Day 188 of the year.)

It is in my blood. The moment 25 years ago Lawrence Gerald told me about the Bacon portrait in his hallway that I asked him about, it was the same as the green and yellow stake truck Matchbox car as a kid. I "knew" there was more, it was part of me already. I knew it.

Time is an illusion. Time works backwards as well as forwards.

Treasure hunting stories in my later life to share later, when Dee seemed to be in my life ten years before I ever heard of him. Playing with "time".  😉

Anyway, back to this post, what I am seeking? I am a treasure hunter, and a very good one at that. Lifelong, fine tuning my skills. My purpose in life now. LOL

I have also found treasures inside myself on this path. Seeking experience "treasures" following the Grateful Dead for many years enlightened me from inside for sure. But seeking treasures is and has been a spiritual path as well. Not even by choice, just happened.

Kate said:

The lost word is love. Only when we can ‘marry’ our dual spiritual and physical nature and come to recognise our ‘brotherhood’ and unity with every human and indeed everything that is,  will we understand that there’s no higher treasure than this type of enlightenment.

I'm there, almost, very close, guess I'll keep treasure hunting for Bacon and hopefully reach that perfect state of love. I'm near, gotta keep seeking, just a little bit more.

Maybe when I find the perfect provable cipher where Bacon says, "I was born as William Tudor, and wrote the works of William Shakespeare" I'll also marry my dual natures and discover what I have been looking for my whole life, inside of me. And be at peace.

🙂

 

 

 

 

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Bruton Church is intriguing due to its location in Virginia and the proximity to W&M but I always smile when I hear of all the effort put into digging on Oak Island. It’s an allegory. 

Kate, it is my wish that Bacon left his manuscripts and history somewhere safe to be found. That would be the ultimate treasure of all time!

I say I "wish", I hope.

William and Mary is my current theory, in front of the Sir Christopher Wren building. No proof, just my theory, something fun. And I LOVE Williamsburg so am very inclined to like that idea.

Oak Island? It is making a great TV series, I've watched several episodes. Treasure hunt! Love it!

I would hope, and expect that Bacon's vault, if he has one, would be somewhere better suited for a 4 hundred year hiding. Imagine if the original Shakespeare manuscripts rotted in saltwater or were so destroyed by recklessness and bad decisions that they are lost forever, along with Bacon's Truth and legacy. Nightmare!

There may be a bigger plan, more than human, and maybe those documents are safe and will be discovered as Bacon may have known, for future ages and foreign nations.

But the "Vault" is a different subject than the Works which we have and know. It is fun, and exciting, but nobody knows if they are real. Worth seeking for sure, without a doubt for me. But may not be real. The Works are real, and have real treasures to find.

I will say Oak Island has turned a lot of people onto Bacon. Funny how many people I know who I have preached Bacon to for years who never had an interest, watch Oak Island episodes then email or call me all excited about Bacon. Then I pop their bubbles, not intentionally, by saying I believe his vault might be in the middle of William and Mary College in Williamsburg.

😉

 

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On 2/19/2022 at 1:52 AM, Light-of-Truth said:

Maybe when I find the perfect provable cipher where Bacon says, "I was born as William Tudor, and wrote the works of William Shakespeare" I'll also marry my dual natures and discover what I have been looking for my whole life, inside of me. And be at peace.

🙂

I do not consider myself a Treasure Hunter but  perhaps a man who seek "the answer to Life, Universe and Everything" 

And I discovered that "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" was effectively right: the answer to William Shakespeare's Authorship Question is 42 !!! 😉

But everything in its own time.

Rob, can I help you to marry your dual natures ? 🙂

What if I told you to reverse the process (MIRROR), that if you find Peace, then you will find this perfect provable cipher ?

Ignatius Donnelly, in "The Great Cryptogram" published in 1888, is the first to mention that the word "BACON" appears on page 53 of COMEDIES and HISTORIES.
https://archive.org/details/greatcryptogramf00donnrich/page/522/mode/2up

Peter Amundsen, in "Organistem"(2009) and "Oak Island & the Treasure Map in Shakespeare"(2015), went further and discovered on page 53 of Histories, among other things, a circle centered on "I AM" and crossing the word BACON, BOOTES and WAINE. 

I noticed two other interesting words crossed by the circle, two words that are diametrically opposed: Pease and Tranquility.

 

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What if Francis Bacon was playing with us, and that we should read "Pea(c)e and Tranquility" ?

I AM PEACE AND TRANQUILITY

The simple cipher of "I AM" is 22 (Bacon was born the 22nd of January 1560) and the reverse cipher of "I AM" is ... 53 !

Moreover, the gematria of Ehyeh ( The Hebrew word for "I AM" ) is 21.

"I AM" is a reference to the Bible.

Exodus 3:14 :  "I AM THAT I AM"  3:14 can be seen like Pi (in relation with the circle) and 314 is the Simple cipher of FRATERNITY OF THE ROSI CROSSE.

Revelation 22:13  : I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. (22+13=35)

I AM THE BEGINNING AND THE END

The fact is that the first word of the First Folio is "TO" (To the Reader) and the last word is "PEACE".

"TO PEACE" is the leitmotiv of the First Folio, and the simple cipher of TO PEACE is 62 or F.B. !

The Hebrew word for PEACE is שלום SHALOM. Its gematria is 376.
The Greek word for PEACE is Εἰρήνη EIRENE. Its isopsephy is 181.
The Elizabethan simple cipher of PEACE is 29.

The 376th page of the First Folio is the page 56 of Histories, the famous page in which the name Francis appears 20 times (34 times if we take in count the 14 "FRAN.")

The 181s page of the First Folio is the page 163 of Comedies in which we have the JANUS signature.

For an insightful presentation of the Janus Signature, I recommend you the wonderful talk by Simon Miles (Janus signature at 50:00):


I also recommend you also the wonderful work of "A Phoenix": https://aphoenix1.academia.edu

See Francis Bacon (Bassanio/Bellario) and Anthony Bacon (the titular character Antonio) and The Merchant of Venice

 

Regarding the page 56 of Histories, I noticed that with one more "Francis" we would obtain the numbers 21 ( the gematria of Ehyeh - I AM) and 35 (Rev 22:13)

Where was the missing "Francis" ? Not so far, at the end of the page 55, at the beginning of the Act 4 scene 4 of the First Part of King Henry the Fourth :

"Tom, Dick and Francis." when the common expression is "Tom, Dick and Harry."

When I saw that "I AM" was used four times in the passage, I knew that I was in the right place and that I had to dig !

And here is what I found (with the evolution of Bacon's ciphered message between the first Quarto published en 1598 and the First Folio published in 1623) :

 

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By the way, we can make the connection with the famous Emblem "In Dies Meliora" which was initially a Hog's Head !

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FRANCIS BACON WAS A PRINCE TUDOR, PRINCE OF WALES, AND WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE !

I believe that the word "KRIA" that appears between PALLAS and ATHENA is a reference to the Sanskrit word "KRIYA" meaning "RITE, CEREMONY"

and the Latin word 'CRIA" meaning "WAY" like in "MEDIOCRIA FIRMA" , The middle way is safe, Francis Bacon's motto.

The Rite of Pallas Athena is a reference to the KNIGHTS OF THE HELMET !

Regards.

Yann

 

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