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Here is another idea about the engraving/portrait of "J. VALENTIN ANDREAE".

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/97/Johann_Valentin_Andreae_mit_Wappen.jpg

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Notice that in the Latin motto we have two "Con" or 2"con"

As 2 = B , Con Con can be seen as B CON.

Weiskopf is a reference to Andreae's mother, ANNA Weiskopf.

Braunen is a reference to an ancestor of his wife, ELISABETH Braun.

I think that the portrait in the "WEISKOPF" Blazon is the one of Anna, representing the letter A(nna), and also a hidden reference to the foster mother of Francis Bacon : ANNE BACON.

On the other side, the lettter B, representing Elisabeth Braun, could be a hidden reference to his true mother :

The Queen ELIZABETH Tudor.

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10 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I like this a lot for Easter Eve. I'm not a religious kind of guy, but since I was a little kid I have experienced some kind of energy, or magic as I always called it on Easter day. Every year the dates change, life goes this way and that, people in and people out, but fairly consistently Easter Sunday is a pretty cool day for me, lots of joy and magic.

Maybe it is the Easter Bunny?

For me as I wake up tomorrow, I'll be celebrating Bacon's "passing" from one place to another, on Day 99! This is a first for me! Last time Easter was on Day 99 was 1950, I think.

Easter on April 9, Day 99! The day we all "know" Bacon "died" in 1626 which was 397 years ago! LOL

The message relayed is to not worry as the shepherd above will come and find his lost sheep.

I have never been able to put my finger on what makes Easter sparkle, but I do know Easter is some very old stuff.

For me, where I am in my path, the "shepherd above" is not a person. Bacon was a voice, likely. It is not an angel or glowing entity. It is ancient and alive today. I have some ideas, but can only speculate.

If you are a "lost sheep", then maybe you are not a sheep at all.

Happy Easter 2023 on April 9, Day 99!!! 🙂

 

 

The same thing can be said about Christmas, no?  This does happen by a "magic" that is helped by a cultural grooming. The Church has a set calendar and it is made to lead up to the days which are raised to a monumental symbolic importance. The important period leading up to it is always 40 days in the orthodox versions of the faith. Then there are three days to a rising. With Christmas it is the rising of the Sun from it's lowest point in the sky (the year reborn after 2 days of solar pause and a third showing ascension), and with Easter it is the symbolic rising of the man-God (the anthropomorphic equivalent of the rising of the Sun) which exploits the Spring equinox. The Church did its best to recruit you at birth and then to immerse you in a life long narrative that is ritualized to constantly reinforce the suggestions that you ought to be accepting unconditionally. In that regard it is very much about magic, because magic is about creating an unconditional acceptance from a suggestion. No one really knows why or how it happens, but it happens. Once we acquire a belief there is no place for other suggestions. It happens more so to some than others, but then mimetic programming kicks in to work on all others. The child who is born to it is destined for at the first part of his life to be guided by the parent's belief. In the Anglo West we all have remnants of this programming in our culture. Even when we let go of this ritualized story there are still the memories we have that we cherish. I am reminded of the Johnny Cash song "Sunday Morning Coming Down" where the wretch who is having beer for breakfast is still pondering the reason why he has fond memories of a Sunday. We' ll, these are part of us. There is something in a Sunday and a Christmas and an Easter that we really like from early on in life. It is very hard to start disliking the things that we loved so much in youth. All efforts to make these days extra special were taken if you think about it. Easter to me, here, is the time by which I hope all the snow has melted and the Robins have arrived. In that regard it is also about welcoming the Sun again in our lives. Soon the grass will grow, and I can again start to see the tips of the rhubarb.

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I would like to share with you is a last idea for today, about the engraving/portrait of "J. VALENTIN ANDREAE".

All being seemingly about blazons, I wondered if the reference to Melchior associated with the Blazon depicting a "BRAUNEN " (meaning tanned) Spear-Shaker could be an invitation to find a specific book about Coat of Arms.

I think that I have found it.

Wernigeroder (Schaffhausensches) Wappenbuch - (c. 1475-1500)

(Attributed coat of arms of death in Wernigerode/Schaffhausen armorial)

https://www.digitale-sammlungen.de/en/view/bsb00043104?page=20,21

image.png.2d1d956949599b31a0e9b20b1805554c.pngInterestingly, by counting from the very first Coat of arms of the book , the blazon of Melchior is the 26th one.

26 # B.F.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/97/Johann_Valentin_Andreae_mit_Wappen.jpg

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But there is more.

I shared with you in my very first video (1623) something that I found hidden in "Of Truth", and that for me was a secret signature of Francis Bacon following the precepts of his mentor John Dee.

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1 2 3 # A B C and 1 + 2 + 3  = 6 = F

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What a surprise when I discovered, in the Book on the Blazons, the Blazon of "God"...

https://www.digitale-sammlungen.de/en/view/bsb00043104?page=10

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"est" means "is", "non est" means "is not"

"TO BE OR NOT TO BE"

And on the 33rd page by couting from this page, we find ...

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A Blazon with a Boar and a Dart/Spear !

Moreover, there is a detail in the Blazon of Melchior ...

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  ... a number : 222.

And we have already talked about the number 222 and the page 222 of the First Folio.

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/240/index.html%3fzoom=800.html

By the way, there are 53 images between the Blazon of Melchior and the Blazon with the Boar.

53 = SOW = SWAN = POET (Simple cipher)

What if Francis Bacon knew this Book and used its characteristics to his advantage ?

 

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Hi A Phoenix,

I would like to share an idea with you, something relating to "Discoveries" by Ben Jonson that you could be interested in, due to its possible connection with the "feigned" death of Francis Bacon.

Two days ago, a question came to my mind :

What if the reference to Julius Caesar on page 102 of "Discoveries" had a hidden meaning ?

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Indeed, one Julius Caesar may conceal another ! 😊

"He (Francis Bacon) died in the arms of Sir Julius Caesar, early on the morning of the Easter Sunday, the 9th of April 1626, in the sixty-sixth year of his age."

Basil Montagu, ed. The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England (1834)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Caesar_(judge)

As I have already stressed, Ben Jonson made a "mistake"  in his quote from Horatius :

Qui longum noto scriptori porriget avum.

He used the verb "porriget" instead of "prorogat".

This was clearly intended because he did not make the same "mistake" in his translation of Ars Poetica that can be found in the same Book ( Ben Jonson's Works -1640)

The fact is that Horace uses the verb "porriget" in The Odes II:16

Abstulit clarum cita mors Achillem,
longa Tithonum minuit senectus,              
et mihi forsan, tibi quod negarit,
     porriget hora.

Achilles' light was quench'd at noon;
A long decay Tithonus minish'd;
My hours, it may be, yet will run
When yours are finish'd.

This passage mentionned Tithonus.

The myth of Tithonus is explained by Francis Bacon in "The Wisdom of the Ancients".

https://www.bartleby.com/lit-hub/of-the-wisdom-of-the-ancients/xv-tithonus-francis-bacon-15611626-of-the-wisdom-of-the-ancients-1857/

"So he was exempted from the condition of dying; but there came upon him a strange and miserable old age, such as he must needs undergo to whom death is denied, while the burden of years continues to grow heavier and heavier; so that Jupiter, pitying such a condition, changed him at last into a grasshopper."

Then, I wondered if "Grasshopper" appeared in one of the plays of the First Folio. Indeed !!!

In Romeo and Juliet act I scene 4 😊

Page 57 (FRA. BACON simple cipher)

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/673/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

Previously, you mentionned the link between the "feigned" death of Francis Bacon and the "feigned" death of Juliet.

The Grasshopper is mentionned by Mercutio in his speech about QUEEN MAB, the Faery Queen (Elizabeth).

And few lines later we have the speech of Romeo (Bacon) :

 I feare, too early: for my minde misgives
Some consequence yet hanging in the starres
Shall bitterly begin his fearfull date
With this night's revels and expire the tearme
Of a despised life clos'd in my brest
By some vile forfeit of untimely death.
But He, that hath the steerage of my course,
Direct my sute : on, lustie Gentlemen.

 

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Good Evening High Wizard of B'Hive,

Thank you for sharing another of your masterclasses in esoteric Baconian-Shakespearean scholarship. Your mind is like a multi-faceted diamond which shines light in all directions at once illuminating the arcane threads that you weave into a mosaic that enables us to SEE what would otherwise remain hidden to us and the rest of the world. Take another bow, Maestro!

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23 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Good Evening High Wizard of B'Hive,

Thank you for sharing another of your masterclasses in esoteric Baconian-Shakespearean scholarship. Your mind is like a multi-faceted diamond which shines light in all directions at once illuminating the arcane threads that you weave into a mosaic that enables us to SEE what would otherwise remain hidden to us and the rest of the world. Take another bow, Maestro!

Good evening A Phoenix,

Many thanks to you ! 🙏❤️This would not be so without your own illumating works  whose the richness is an exceptionnal vehicule for learning, understanding and for reflection.

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On 4/21/2023 at 3:56 PM, Allisnum2er said:

And few lines later we have the speech of Romeo (Bacon) :

I've followed several paths from your single post! My PhotoShop has a few images starting with the tip that fired me up, "hanging", and then "hangs" a few lines up on the opposite column, etc.

My yard is preparing for our rainy season, and hurricane season, and this old man is trying to do what I can when I can to help it be ready. LOL

 But this image was a start from last night. Just to let you know I was paying attention and spent some happy time playing. 🙂

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Thirty. 3., three Sonnes and a Knight lead up to "sir" not in the image snap. 😉

 

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Hi Rob, thank you for sharing your findings with us.

Very well spotted for the thirty.3 !👍

I am working on an acrostic in the "Queen MAB" passage.

I found the "hog" and "FB".

I supposed that there could be some kind of an anagram between the two words but I do not have found it yet.

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/673/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

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15 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Hi Rob, thank you for sharing your findings with us.

Very well spotted for the thirty.3 !👍

I am working on an acrostic in the "Queen MAB" passage.

I found the "hog" and "FB".

I supposed that there could be some kind of an anagram between the two words but I do not have found it yet.

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/673/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

I looked a lot, did not see "Hog" and for a while and thought it would be a good hit. Of course the word "pigs" comes up earlier before "hanging" and is part of a strange dream where things are tiny! LOL

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 "Grasshopper" takes us back full circle. LOL

😉

Mer. O then I see Queene Mab hath beene with you: She is the Fairies Midwife, & she comes in shape no bigger then Agat-stone, on the fore-finger of an Alderman, drawne with a teeme of little Atomies, ouer mens noses as they lie asleepe: her Waggon Spokes made of long Spinners legs: the Couer of the wings of Grashoppers, her Traces of the smallest Spiders web, her coullers of theMoonshines watry Beames, her Whip of Crickets bone,the Lash of Philome, her Waggoner, a small gray-coatedGnat, not halfe so bigge as a round little Worme, pricktfrom the Lazie-finger of a man.
 
The "Cover of the wings of Grasshoppers" has me curious. I love dreams, had a couple interesting ones last night. Everything in Mercutio's dream caught my attention. Especially the "Mouse" which is a current topic in Florida. LOL
 
Tut, duns the Mouse, the Constables owne word, If thou art dun, weele draw thee from the mire. Or saue your reuerence loue, wherein thou stickestVp to the eares, come we burne day-light ho.
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25 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Rob, here is something else, another idea based on your last great finding 🙂 

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/673/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

Sonne three times, will pops up, numbers spelled out and numbers as numbers. Sir is repeated, we see Knight.

It is very rare the word "hang" appears without Bacon. This page "hang" is repeated.

TUT is 58 Simple cipher the first word spoken. What I see all over this page 57 definitely continues to page 58. 😉

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Constable is a word in the first line as well, and "word" is even thrown in.

Near the end of the same page, 57, we see this:

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I can find a B and an A to link to Con in the first line. Two "hang". We have learned when "hang" comes up, "Bacon" is near.

Sir Bacon, Knight.

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38 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Rob, here is something else, another idea based on your last great finding 🙂 

I clicked a "Wow" on your reply. But every time I look at your image I laugh out loud at myself as I spent so much time on the same area doing my best to do what you do! I saw the same letters, studied them, and you connect it all! LOL

I could see Bacon's hand, but you have an Eye that is once in a lifetime on Earth!

Oh, Happy Earth Day as well. 🙂

 

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Note that the first line of page 58 in the right column contains the word "word" as does the first line left column of page 57.

An odd coincidence. And TUT is 58 Simple cipher. Just weird to me. Two word? Sounds like Tudor?

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/674/index.html%3Fzoom=1200.html

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Hmmm...

 
 
Rom. Is she a Capulet?
O deare account! My life is my foes debt.

CAPULET is 74 Simple cipher, the same as TUDOR.

Is he asking about the "Mother"?

Why does he say "What is her Mother?"

Maybe the Mother was not so much a "who", but way more on "what"?

She was a Tudor. That is what she was.

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Trying to be on top of my field, professionally, so to speak, I interact with AI a little.

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The summary may be common knowledge, but for me I never thought about this line before last night or today. ChatGPT surprised me by saying what I already thought. Apparently it is learning how I think and trying to gain my trust...or everybody including AI are a few steps ahead of me!

So, in short, Romeo asks "What is her mother?" to try and ascertain the girl's family name and determine whether it is safe for him to reveal his identity.

I think we can remove the word "girl's" and better get Bacon's meaning. 🙂

Is it safe to reveal he was a Tudor?

CAPULET and TUDOR are both 74 Simple cipher. Romeo was MONTAGUE (91 Simple cipher).

Bacon was a TUDOR (CAPULET 74 Simple).

It was NOT totally safe for him to reveal who he was. 😉

 

 

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8 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Trying to be on top of my field, professionally, so to speak, I interact with AI a little.

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The summary may be common knowledge, but for me I never thought about this line before last night or today. ChatGPT surprised me by saying what I already thought. Apparently it is learning how I think and trying to gain my trust...or everybody including AI are a few steps ahead of me!

So, in short, Romeo asks "What is her mother?" to try and ascertain the girl's family name and determine whether it is safe for him to reveal his identity.

I think we can remove the word "girl's" and better get Bacon's meaning. 🙂

Is it safe to reveal he was a Tudor?

CAPULET and TUDOR are both 74 Simple cipher. Romeo was MONTAGUE (91 Simple cipher).

Bacon was a TUDOR (CAPULET 74 Simple).

It was NOT totally safe for him to reveal who he was. 😉

 

 

Hi Rob,

This is awesome !😲🙏❤️

I know that for you 58 is the Simple Cipher of JOHN DEE.

You know that for me 58 is the simple cipher of HANG-HOG.😊

You said :

"TUT is 58 Simple cipher the first word spoken. What I see all over this page 57 definitely continues to page 58. 😉"

You are right ! And for me, you are also totally right for Capulet/Tudor.

This is brilliant.

Here is a confirmation of your suggestion that I have just found thanks to your great analysis.

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On page 58 (HANG-HOG simple cipher), Francis Bacon makes a direct reference to

The Merry Wives of Windsor Act 4 scene 1

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/71/?zoom=850

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JOY !

😊

 

 

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Here is an idea regarding the first sentence of page 57 ...

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57 = FRA. BACON (simple cipher)

39 characters :  39 = F. BACON (Simple cipher)

33 lower case letters : 33 = BACON (Simple cipher)

3 upper case letters : T(19) + M(12) + C(3) = 34 = FRANCIS (Simple cipher)

BACON - SOW

"I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last."

TUDOR

 

 

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On 2/22/2022 at 7:24 PM, A Phoenix said:

Hi Ryan, great work. I have long suspected that some or all of the writings published in the name of Thomas Vaughan were written by Lord Bacon; and of course most importantly, the first English translation of the two Rosicrucian manifestos:  

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Thomas Vauhan was headmaster at Harrow School, my Alma Mater, but a bit before my time! The school's Vaughan Library was named after him.

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9 hours ago, jon bentley said:

Thomas Vauhan was headmaster at Harrow School, my Alma Mater, but a bit before my time! The school's Vaughan Library was named after him.

 

Previous "Thomas Vaughan" thread: https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/search/&q="Thomas Vaughan"&quick=1

 

Hi Jon,

I can't find a connection between Thomas Vaughan and Harrow. I may have missed something.

You don't mean this "Vaughan", do you?

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/charles-john-vaughan-dean-llandaff-1777846464

 

Also the dates for Thomas Vaughan (1621-1666) are perplexing. Do I have the right person?

 

 

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9 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

 

Previous "Thomas Vaughan" thread: https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/search/&q="Thomas Vaughan"&quick=1

 

Hi Jon,

I can't find a connection between Thomas Vaughan and Harrow. I may have missed something.

You don't mean this "Vaughan", do you?

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/charles-john-vaughan-dean-llandaff-1777846464

 

Also the dates for Thomas Vaughan (1621-1666) are perplexing. Do I have the right person?

 

 

My aplogies. I assumed it. It appears that he Harrow Vaughan was a descendant. I should have checked more thoroughy.

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On 2/22/2022 at 6:52 PM, A Phoenix said:

His Final Grand Drama: The Feigned Death of Francis Bacon at the House of the Future Grand Master of England the Earl of Arundel.

See:  DID FRANCIS BACON DIE IN 1626? OR DID HE FEIGN HIS DEATH

       WITH THE HELP OF HIS ROSICRUCIAN-FREEMASONRY BROTHERHOOD? https://sirbacon.org/a-phoenix/

 

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This has to be by far the most convincing evidence that Lord Bacon faked his death. 

In my fictional novel The Royal Secret I have him sire a child in Transylvania while a guest with Valentin Andrea at the home of their Rosicucians patrons the noble Racokzi family. The great grandson of the child becomes Lord St Germain, an extraordianary figure of  allegedly magical powers  who as a Freemason was a close friend of Napoleon, also a Freemason.  It is pure assumption but nevertheless perfectly feasible and where Lord Bacon is concerned nothing is beyond the imagination. 

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GRAND MASTER LORD BACON STILL ALIVE IN 1632 THE YEAR OF THE SECOND SHAKESPEARE FOLIO

The Second Folio contains another poem not found in the First Folio which for four hundred years has remained virtually unknown to the rest of the world entitled ‘On Worthy Master Shakespeare and his Poems’ signed ‘The friendly admirer of his Endowments. I.M.S.’ This is a very special poem: ‘The quality of the poem’ writes the Shakespeare scholar Oscar James Campbell ‘is of such high order as to suggest a poet of the first rank.’1 He is certainly correct. The poem is written by the supreme master poet himself.

The first thing to notice about this long poem is the Freemasonic language of its title ‘On Worthy Master Shakespeare’ indicating that the true Shakespeare is a member of the Freemasonry Brotherhood. In modern terms a worthy Freemason can find himself elevated to the position of Worshipful Master of the Lodge who wears a Masonic Hat (most portraits of Bacon show him wearing his Master’s Hat) to signify his rank and status. In Bacon’s case it was to signify to the initiated he was Grand Master of all Freemasons whose works, including his Shakespeare plays, are replete with Masonic frontispieces, dedications, addresses and symbols, all couched in Masonic language, who in one line from the poem ‘Creates and rules a world, and workes upon/Mankind by secret engines’. It will be noticed that the first line within the large capital A has 33 italic letters: 33 Bacon in simple cipher and that the first paragraph break comes after 39 lines: 39 F. Bacon in simple cipher. The anonymous poem is signed ‘The friendly admirer of his Endowments’ comprising 33 letters: 33 Bacon in simple cipher. This is followed with 3 cryptic initials ‘I. M. S.’. In the 24 letter Elizabethan alphabet (I and J and U and V are interchangeable. The letters I (9), M (12), S (18), have a numerical value of 39 F. Bacon in simple cipher.

1. Oscar James Campbell, A Shakespeare Encyclopaedia (London: Methuen & Co Ltd, 1966), p. 247.

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