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The New Gorhambury Data Portal is now open to the public, and represents a major escalation in my War of Aggression against "Ignorance of How the Baconian Word Cipher Actually Works". 

At the site there are links to various assorted introductory pages I've installed already on New Gorhambury.

One of the primary goals of this project always has been to act as a repository of online documents for Baconian researchers, with the hope of getting additional people interested. I am here to support the efforts of those who would be interested enough to do some research independently.

https://gorhambury.org/word-cipher-data-portal/

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52 minutes ago, FB Decipherer said:

The New Gorhambury Data Portal is now open to the public, and represents a major escalation in my War of Aggression against "Ignorance of How the Baconian Word Cipher Actually Works". 

At the site there are links to various assorted introductory pages I've installed already on New Gorhambury.

One of the primary goals of this project always has been to act as a repository of online documents for Baconian researchers, with the hope of getting additional people interested. I am here to support the efforts of those who would be interested enough to do some research independently.

https://gorhambury.org/word-cipher-data-portal/

Cool!

What are the numbers on the C and D columns of Lines of Characters?

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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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12 hours ago, FB Decipherer said:

Thanks for taking an interest. The Character Names is a future direction, two modes are whether the names are included in the Word Occurrance analysis or not. Maybe yes or not, not sure yet.

WILL in Henry IV, Part 2 caught my eye. This is what I found:

https://cord.ung.edu/shak2heniv.html

WILL SQUELE

A native of Cotswold, Will Squele never appears on stage in the play but is mentioned as having been a crony of Shallow's during the latter's law education days.

Here is the single time his name is mentioned:

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/doc/2H4_F1/page/13/index.html

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/406/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

  Sil. You were call'd lustie Shallow then (Cousin.)
  Shal. I was call'd any thing: and I would haue done
any thing indeede too, and roundly too. There was I, and
little Iohn Doit of Staffordshire, and blacke George Bare,
and Francis Pick-bone, and Will Squele a Cot-sal-man, you
had not foure such Swindge-bucklers in all the Innes of
Court againe: And I may say to you, wee knew where
the Bona-Roba's were, and had the best of them all at
commandement. Then was Iacke Falstaffe (now Sir Iohn)
a Boy, and Page to Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Nor-
folke.

 

So I was wondering what the 4 and 33 refer to.

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Hmmm, "Francis Pick-bone, and Will Squele"? 😉

 

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