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Hi A Phoenix,

Once again, I second Eric . Each day, I am amazed by your posts that enlight us, providing an unvaluable knowledge of the Great One, his Birth, his Life, his "Death", his incredible story. Your work is Brilliant, Admirable, Crucial, One-of-a-kind, Needed. Many Thanks !🙏❤️

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27 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

Hi A Phoenix,

Once again, I second Eric . Each day, I am amazed by your posts that enlight us, providing an unvaluable knowledge of the Great One, his Birth, his Life, his "Death", his incredible story. Your work is Brilliant, Admirable, Crucial, One-of-a-kind, Needed. Many Thanks !🙏❤️

Count me in as well. THANK YOU!

Every day I am thankful for what you, Eric, and everybody else does here. 🙂

 

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Hi Yann,

It is deeply humbling when your learned peers fulsomely praise your work and contributions.

We feel honoured and privileged to be part of the Baconian community on sirbacon.org and B'Hive where we all learn from each other in our collective divine quest to bring the secret life and writings of the Great One to a much wider audience around the world. 

 

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48 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi A Phoenix,

Thank you for these very pleasant dose of knowledge of the Sunday morning !❤️

And yes, I think that I am addicted ! 😊

I wonder if the sentence "the bare memory of my name to be found anywhere, but in the universall Register of God." could have a double purpose, i.e a reference to Nature and to the Preface of John Dee :

" We may be hable, to finde the number of our owne name, gloriously exemplified and registred in the booke of the Trinitie most blessed and æternall."

https://www.gutenberg.org/files/22062/22062-h/22062-h.htm

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Hi Yann,

We would agree with you that it may well be a reference to Nature and the Preface of Dr. Dee.

For many reasons the secret relationship between FB and Dr Dee has remained hidden and systematically suppressed from the pages of history. There is reason to believe that Dr Dee who had a close relationship with Queen Elizabeth, Sir William Cecil and Sir Nicholas Bacon acted as a mentor to FB from a very early age and Dr Dee and FB worked closely together with Sir Francis Walsingham for the English Secret Service. Dr Dee and FB also shared an extensive and profound interest in ciphers, codes and all other forms of secrect comunications. FB and Dr Dee were also key figures in the Rosicrucian movement. Much of the aformentioned and more were carried out in secret and the secrecy surrounding these absolute towering giants of English history prevails to the present day.       

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2 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

Henry Jermyn: https://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/1618/

 

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Photo credit: National Trust Images

Artist: Studio of Anthony Van Dyck / Date uncertain - 1630s? / National Trust, Ickworth

 

 

 

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Photo credit: National Trust Images

Artist: Peter Lely / Date: 1674 / National Trust, Kedleston Hall and Eastern Museum

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12 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

For those you are not familiar with, this frontispiece is based on the first engraving of Sacrae historiae acta a Raphaele Urbin in Vaticanis xystis ad picturae miraculum expressa by Nicolas Chapron (1649), itself based on the Acts of Sacred History painted by Raphael on the Vatican (Loggia of Raphael) 

https://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/r/raphael/5roma/4/index.html

 https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8595077w/f7.item.zoom

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Interestingly, there is another emblem in this book, in which we can see trumpets ... Emblem 33 !

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And I also love The Emblem 51, that is the 53rd Engraving of the book ...

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It could also be seen as an indirect reference to another famous painting by Raphael ...

THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS

The School of Athens - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_School_of_Athens

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16 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

For those you are not familiar with, this frontispiece is based on the first engraving of Sacrae historiae acta a Raphaele Urbin in Vaticanis xystis ad picturae miraculum expressa by Nicolas Chapron (1649), itself based on the Acts of Sacred History painted by Raphael on the Vatican (Loggia of Raphael) 

https://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/r/raphael/5roma/4/index.html

 https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8595077w/f7.item.zoom

image.png.774ff0270e5ec9bae0a2e1de6ee170bb.png

Interestingly, there is another emblem in this book, in which we can see trumpets ... Emblem 33 !

image.png.94d880bbec09beae9e6bafeb6e5bdd93.png

And I also love The Emblem 51, that is the 53rd Engraving of the book ...

image.png.66f605b9bb7cfc4862e78abdd1505746.png

It could also be seen as an indirect reference to another famous painting by Raphael ...

THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS

The School of Athens - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_School_of_Athens

Thank you, Yann, for tracing the origin of the frontispiece of Sprat's The History of the Royal Society.

https://whipplelib.wordpress.com/2016/08/22/r-is-for-the-royal-society-and-the-history-of-thomas-sprat/

The resemblance, or rather derivation is obvious when both images are placed side by side.

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Has anyone got any theories as to what Lord Bacon is pointing to? The inclusion of Francis Bacon into Raphael's 1647 composition, which only consists of two figures beside a statue, is - in addition to the perspectival background - the most original thing about the 1667 rendering for Sprat's History of the Royal Society. Bacon's gesture of pointing to something beyond the frame is enigmatic to say the least!

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It would be great to hear anyone else's thoughts about Yann's very interesting discovery.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

'One Great Man Who Had The True Imagination of the Whole Extent of This Enterprise'

#FrancisBacon #Shakespeare #Rosicrucians #Freemasonry #KingJames #Buckingham

Paper: https://www.academia.edu/51468107/Did_Francis_Bacon_die_in_1626_Or_did_he_Feign_his_Death_with_the_Help_of_his_Rosicrucian_Freemasonry_Brotherhood

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTnZDpMy8uM&t=217s

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Such high praise so economically expressed. Thomas Sprat - a formidable mind judging by this great quotation. Thanks A.P.

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1 hour ago, Eric Roberts said:

Thank you, Yann, for tracing the origin of the frontispiece of Sprat's The History of the Royal Society.

https://whipplelib.wordpress.com/2016/08/22/r-is-for-the-royal-society-and-the-history-of-thomas-sprat/

The resemblance, or rather derivation is obvious when both images are placed side by side.

image.png.5293165b0a12b52fef75d9147e569595.png

image.jpeg.c04ddd52bfc8ca385d34872b9b4ca12b.jpeg

image.jpeg.6a4d557c4dcc528894b85e679d16b1d0.jpeg

Has anyone got any theories as to what Lord Bacon is pointing to? The inclusion of Francis Bacon into Raphael's 1647 composition, which only consists of two figures beside a statue, is - in addition to the perspectival background - the most original thing about the 1667 rendering for Sprat's History of the Royal Society. Bacon's gesture of pointing to something beyond the frame is enigmatic to say the least!

image.jpeg.5024414e66ec9188844a5c3949d30ef2.jpeg

image.jpeg.84fc1540566413233c38919d5642f52e.jpeg

It would be great to hear anyone else's thoughts about Yann's very interesting discovery.

 

 

 

Mystery solved:

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8 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Thank you, Yann, for tracing the origin of the frontispiece of Sprat's The History of the Royal Society.

https://whipplelib.wordpress.com/2016/08/22/r-is-for-the-royal-society-and-the-history-of-thomas-sprat/

The resemblance, or rather derivation is obvious when both images are placed side by side.

image.png.5293165b0a12b52fef75d9147e569595.png

image.jpeg.c04ddd52bfc8ca385d34872b9b4ca12b.jpeg

image.jpeg.6a4d557c4dcc528894b85e679d16b1d0.jpeg

Has anyone got any theories as to what Lord Bacon is pointing to? The inclusion of Francis Bacon into Raphael's 1647 composition, which only consists of two figures beside a statue, is - in addition to the perspectival background - the most original thing about the 1667 rendering for Sprat's History of the Royal Society. Bacon's gesture of pointing to something beyond the frame is enigmatic to say the least!

image.jpeg.5024414e66ec9188844a5c3949d30ef2.jpeg

image.jpeg.84fc1540566413233c38919d5642f52e.jpeg

It would be great to hear anyone else's thoughts about Yann's very interesting discovery.

 

 

 

 Hi Eric,

When, few years ago, my research led me to Natalis Bible with its 153 emblems , I wondered if there were another Books of Emblems related to the Bible. This is how I discovered this book and the Bible of Raphael.

I immediatly made the connection between the first engraving and the famous one of "The History of the Royal Society".

I searched on internet to see if someone had already noticed this. It was the case 🙂.

Michael Hunter talked about it in 2014 and wrote a book, published in 2017:

The image of Restoration science: the frontispiece of Sprat’s 'History of the Royal Society'.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Hunter_(historian)

https://www.rmg.co.uk/stories/blog/scrutinising-icon

And to answer your question, I have my own theory as to what lord Bacon is pointing to ! 😊

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I give you a clue ...

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5 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

 Hi Eric,

When, few years ago, my research led me to Natalis Bible with its 153 emblems , I wondered if there were another Books of Emblems related to the Bible. This is how I discovered this book and the Bible of Raphael.

I immediatly made the connection between the first engraving and the famous one of "The History of the Royal Society".

I searched on internet to see if someone had already noticed this. It was the case 🙂.

Michael Hunter talked about it in 2014 and wrote a book, published in 2017:

The image of Restoration science: the frontispiece of Sprat’s 'History of the Royal Society'.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Hunter_(historian)

https://www.rmg.co.uk/stories/blog/scrutinising-icon

And to answer your question, I have my own theory as to what lord Bacon is pointing to ! 😊

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I give you a clue ...

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I give up. Can you give me another hint?

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