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Today (22022022) seems to be the perfect day to share with you one one my greatest discovery ( or one of my greatest delirium¬†! ) I will let you be the judge.¬†ūüôā

 

Three years ago, as I was trying to decipher a Book of Emblems and facing an emblem with an inn, a strange question came to my mind :

¬ę¬†By the past, did people eat Swans ?¬†¬Ľ The answer is YES !

Through my investigation, I then discovered the world of the Still-Life paintings with dead Swans from the XVIIth century . And an idea popped in my head !

What if a Painter, who knew that BACON was the sweet SWAN of Avon, had concealed the truth in one of his paintings ?

I looked carefully these Still-Life paintings and one of them immediatly caught my attention.

 

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 Still Life with Dead Game, Fruits, and Vegetables in a Market by Frans Snyders (1614)

It seemed too good to be true.

All Bacon's codes were there, right before my eyes !

The Swan¬†: ¬ę¬†Sweet Swan of Avon¬†¬Ľ

The Hog's Head : a reference to the famous Emblem "In Dies Meliora" ,

http://emblematica.library.illinois.edu/detail/emblem/E030259 (The original Emblem- 1546)

http://emblematica.library.illinois.edu/detail/emblem/E031573 (The one with Francis Bacon’s Touch)

https://sirbacon.org/Mather_Walker/mwLeland.html (About the Leland Manuscript and the "In Dies Meliora " Emblem)

The Stag : a reference to the painting of Queen Elizabeth I pregnant by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger

https://www.rct.uk/collection/406024/portrait-of-an-unknown-woman

https://sirbacon.org/gallery/carrliz.html

The Conies : Back to back Conies, a visual Rebus for Back conies or Baconies ( a reference to Francis and Anthony Bacon)

The Dove : symbol of PEACE !

The Fruits Basket with bunches of grapes, the grape being one of the symbol of Bacchus/ Bacco / Liber (The FREE one) the God of Wine.

FREE = BACON = 33  (Simple cipher)

FREE = BACON = 111  (Kaye Cipher)

Then I noticed that the name of FRANCIS BACON had been carefully concealed in the painting :

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The big question then was :   " COULD THE FRUICTERER ( OR IS IT A BUTCHER ? ) BE NONE OTHER THAN FRANCIS BACON ?"

IMAGINE  ... THE LAST PORTRAIT OF FRANCIS BACON, COMMITIONNED TO FRANS SNYDERS BY THE WORSHIPFUL MASTER BACON HIMSELF, STILL ALIVE AFTER 1626 AND REVEALING ALL THE TRUTH !

Was it possible ?

When I learned that the date of the painting was 1614, I was sure that it was another clue, a reference to The FAMA FRATERNITATIS, the first Rosicrucian Manifesto published in 1614 and of which Bacon was the author.

For me, the painting was backdated on purpose.

BUT I NEEDED MORE TANGIBLE PROOF !

One year later, I discovered a connection between Frans Snyders' painting and one of Ben Jonson¬†‚Äės Masques ¬ę¬†Neptune‚Äôs Triumph for the return of Albion¬†¬Ľ .

This masque, published in 1624, was played for the first time at the court on the Twelfth Night ( Or what you WILL ūüėČ ) of 1623, the Year of Publication of Shake-Speare‚Äôs First Folio !!!

https://archive.org/details/workesofbenjamin00jons/page/n369/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater&q=Bacon

And what a surprise on page 111 ( Kaye cipher of FREE/BACON)  ! (Notice the TWO in acrostic on the top of the page)

 

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All the elements of Frans Snyders’ painting were on this page 111, with Bacon as a Bonus !

I was now convinced that the painting had not been painted by Snyders in 1614, but much later , after 1624 and in reference to ¬ę¬†Neptune‚Äôs Triumph¬†¬Ľ.

Francis Bacon called upon me to study the Masque in order to unveil the Truth .

https://archive.org/details/workesofbenjamin00jons/page/n365/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater

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HERE WAS THE TRUTH !

 

Francis Bacon , through Frans Snyders’ painting, told us that HE was the Master-cooke , that HE was the Hogshead Trimegistus ( a reference to Hermes Trismegistus , the Thrice Great Alchemist.)

Indeed, the 4 alchemical stages of the Magnus Opus are apparent in Snyders’ painting :

NEGRIDO (Black)

ALBEDO (White)

CITRINITAS (Yellow)

RUBEDO ( Red)

 

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The four Alchemical Stages form a Cross that point to … A WHEEL ( WILL ) !

 

I tend to believe that Johann Kreihing who published ¬ę¬†Emblemata Ethico-Politica¬†¬Ľ in 1661 , one hundred years after the birth of Francis Bacon was aware of the existence of this painting. By the way, 100 is the simple cipher of Francis Bacon.

 

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https://archive.org/details/gri_33125010375166/page/n89/mode/2up

 

The character who fly with an hourglass on the top oh his head is Chronos/Time, the one who ¬ę¬†reveals the hidden truth¬†¬Ľ¬†. Does he point to Bacon‚Äôs Hat or to the Wheel¬†?

The 3 characters , the wheel (that represents the number 1) and the cubic stucture (that represents the number 4) hide the number 314.

314 is the simple cipher of FRATERNITY OF THE ROSI CROSSE.

 

I was more than happy ! I had found  FRANCIS BACON , WILL and THE CROSS.

But I felt that I was missing something and, suddenly, another idea popped in my mind.

Talking about the ROSI CROSSE , if THE CROSS led to WILL, could THE ROSE led to SHAKE-SPEARE ?     It would be the GRAAL !!!

I knew that with Francis Bacon all worked by TWO !  Did a painting with ROSES by Frans Snyders exist ?

INDEED !

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Grapes in a basket and roses in a vase by Frans Snyders

I HAD MY GRAIL

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THE WORSHIPFUL MASTER FRANCIS BACON GREETS YOU !

 

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Hi mighty maestro Yann, you have excelled yourself. The complexity of your connections and associations presented in a coherent visual and linguistical narrative to decipher and decode the painting is an astonishing intellectual feat of endeavour and revelation. Truly, Sublime. Take a bow-you well and truly deserve it!!¬†ūüĎć‚ô•ÔłŹūüôā

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There is certainly much to study in the painting and in the Masque ! 

For example, we can see that there are 3+3 windows behind the "Fruicterer" ūüôā¬†

 

And Here is what I found in this passage of "Neptune's Triumph" :

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Notice the "y" of "your Pegasus" written in lower case ... this is a clue left by "the generall Mathematician"  !

By adding the values of the Capital letters in acrostic, one obtains  282 , the Kaye cipher of FRANCIS BACON.

if we take the "----" in count, as one word :

The first Master-Cooke is the 57th word : 57 is the simple cipher of FRA. BACON.

The second Master-Cooke is the 96th word : 96 is the simple cipher of SOLOMON.

57 + 96 = 153 !¬†ūüôā¬†

Mother is the 84th word  : 84 is the simple cipher of ... ELIZABETH !

The words "tactiks" Art Militarie" and "Souldier" can be related to Minerva , the Spear-Shaker.

Indeed, Minerva is the Goddess of Wisdom but also of Strategic warfare.

"tactiks" is the 157th word : 157 is the simple cipher of FRA. ROSI-CROSSE.

"Militarie" is the 173th word : 173 is also a reference to the Rosi-Crosse R(17) C(3)

"Souldier" is the 222th word : 222 is twice "111" the Kaye cipher of BACON and the gematria of ALP (the Hebrew letter A)

222 =Twice 111 = AA

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 - THE AA HEADPIECE -

"O, you are for the Oracle of the Bottle , I see ; Hogshead Trismegistus : He is your Pegasus."

17 words : 17 is the  value (Pythagorean cipher ) of BACON

The 17th word is Pegasus.

 

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Cornelii Giselberti Plempii Amsterodamum monogrammon. ( 1616) - Emblem 49 on page 173

https://archive.org/details/corneliigiselber00plem/page/172/mode/2up?view=theater

 

As you can see, all in this passage is about BACON and the ROSI-CROSSE.

And I'm wandering if that is really Ben Jonson who wrote this Masque.

 

 

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Rob, you have a good eye. (I did not doubt about that¬†! ūüôā¬†)

And I have the answers to your questions ( at least, my interpretations), studying this painting since 3 years.

But each of your questions is a vast subject.

I will take the time to give you a complete answer this evening.

For now, I can tell you that :

1) No this is not a Rose but a Purse as confirmed by the emblem of ETHICO-POLITICA EMBLEMATA.

2) In the Basket of the Fruicterer you have indeed, Onions, Garlicks ... and Blue figs !

3) And the cat appears in several painting of Frans Snyders (kind of a signature).

But indeed, in this painting the Cat is in the SHAdow ūüėČ. Bacon used the Cat to his profit.

This is a reference to the Goddess BASTET.

 

Have a nice day !

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THE CAT

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As I said earlier the cat is a reference to the Egyptian Goddess BASTET.

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

Bastet was originally a Lioness warrior Goddess of the Sun.

Later, she became the Cat Goddess.

she was the Goddess of pregnancy and childbirth and the protector of young Pharaos !

 

Most of all, the Greeks equated Bastet with Artemis their virgin Goddess of the Hunt.

The fact is that the ¬ę¬†Virgin¬†¬Ľ Queen Elizabeth I was compared, in Art, to the ¬ę¬†Virgin¬†¬Ľ Goddess Artemis.

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And Queen Elizabeth I once said¬†:¬†¬ę¬†Although I may not be a lioness, I am a lion's cub, and inherit many of his qualities...¬†¬Ľ

It became clear to me that in Snyders’ painting, Francis Bacon had used the Cat, hidden in the shadow, to signifie that he was the secret child of Queen Elizabeth I .

That made me wonder whether Bastet was mentionned in the First Folio or in other Francis Bacon’s Works.

The answer is NO ! At least not openly.

But I was intuitively sure that Bastet was hidden somewhere in his Works.

And a few months ago , I finally find it , on¬†Page 229 of Comedies , right at the end of ¬ę¬†The Taming of the Shrew¬†¬Ľ :

 

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https://fb.watch/bnuCUwT321/

And regarding the number 229, this is exactly the number of words in the passage of "Neptune's Triumph" hiding Francis Bacon.

 

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To be continued ...

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THE PURSE

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What is the young boy going to steal ?

This is a purse , as indicated by the emblem 48 of ETHICO-POLITICA EMBLEMATA

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And this is  a reference to one of the most important engraving of the 16th century : MELENCOLIA I  by DÜRER (1514)

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

Notice the WHEEL (WILL) , the HOURGLASS , and the PURSE. 

 

To understand, we have to look at this engraving through the eyes of Francis Bacon.

We have 33 visual elements  (33 is the simple count of Bacon)

In the middle section (Mediocria firma - Francis Bacon's motto), we have:

The Ladder of IACOB (the anagram of I, BACO) 

THE BALANCE ( Symbol of Justice - Bacon was a Lawyer)

The Putto , who is CUPID the Bastard son of VENUS and MARS

(Notice that Cupid is writing)

THE COMPASS ( A freemasonic symbol)

THE WHEEL - WILL

Through the eyes of Francis Bacon, this finally gives us :

WILL BACON is CUPID the Bastard son of VENUS (ELIZABETH) 

VENUS is looking at the BAT with the scroll :

MELENCOLIA I

The simple cipher of MELENCOLIA is 84 , exacly the simple cipher of ... ELIZABETH !

The simple cipher of MELENCOLIA I is 93 or IC - I see -  IESUS CHRIST the son of the VIRGIN MARY.

 

Did you know that BACON/SHAKE-SPEARE mentionned subtly this engraving in the Firt Folio ?

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR Act 2 - Scene 1 (page 44)

Ford. I melancholy ? I am not melancholy :

AND 44 IS, TO MY MIND, A VERY IMPORTANT NUMBER !

44 is the gematria of the three following hebrew words :

Yeled (Child)

Dam (Blood)

Chol (Phoenix)

The number 44 conceals "the Child with the blood of the Phoenix" !

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The Phoenix Portrait by Nicholas Hilliard ( C.1575)

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Elizabeth1_Phoenix.jpg

 

To be continued ...

 

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THE PURSE (SUITE)

 

If I had been Francis Bacon and that I had been " the Child with the Blood of the Phoenix "

I think that the page 44 would have been the perfect page to hide the Truth.

 

     Mis. Page. Let's consult together against this greasie
Knight : Come hither.
     Ford. Well : I hope it be not so.
     Pist. Hope is a curtall-dog in some affaires:
Sir John affects thy wife.
     Ford. Why sir, my wife is not young.
     Pist. He wooes both high and low, both rich and poor,
both young and old, one with another, (Ford) he loves the 
Gally-mawfry (Ford) perpend.
     Ford. Love my wife?
     Pist. With liver burning hot: Prevent :
Or go thou,Like Sir Actaeon he, with
Ringwood at thy heels: O, odious is the name.
     Ford.   What name, sir?
     Pist.   The horne I say: Farewell:
Take heed,have open-eye, for theeves doe foot by night.
Take heed, ere sommer comes or Cuckoo-birds do sing.
Away, Sir Corp orall Nim :
Beleeve it (Page) he speakes sense.
     Ford. I will be patient : I will find out this. 

 

BOTH

SIR F. BACON KNIGHT (Thirty -Three)

and

WILL ROG-GOR

GOR, like GAR, is an old english word meaning "SPEARE"

ROG, like WAG,  is an old engish word synonym of "SHAKE"

 

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Minerva Britanna - Henry Peacham (1612)

https://archive.org/details/minervabritannao00peac/page/33/mode/2up

SIR F. BACON KNIGHT is WILL SHAKE-SPEARE

And Sir Acteon

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Recueil d'Emblèmes Divers ( BAUDOIN - 1638)

(Notice the Spear which makes Acteon a Spear-Shaker)

https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Wisdom_of_the_Ancients/2#Chapter_X

The Wisdom of the Ancients by Francis Bacon (1609)

Chapter X
Acteon and Pentheus, or a Curious Man

Explained of Curiosity, or Prying into the Secrets of Princes and Divine Mysteries (the hidden mysteries of Bacchus's sacrifice)

 

By this subterfuge, Francis Bacon indicates us that he is a PRINCE.

 

To be continued ...

 

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Thank you so much for the amazing information in answer to my questions! Fantastic work, and you've sold me on the painting. So good to see a new image of Bacon even though it has been around quite a while! ūüėČ

 

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8 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Thank you so much for the amazing information in answer to my questions! Fantastic work, and you've sold me on the painting. So good to see a new image of Bacon even though it has been around quite a while! ūüėČ

 

You're welcome ! It is a real pleasure to share my work and thoughts with you , the Phoenixes and others who are open to my delirium !ūüėĄ

My apologies for having break my word.
I was too tired yesterday to give you the complete answer that I promised.
And the last part is an important one. 

I will take the time this week-end to lift the fog behind the Figs, the Onions and Garlicks, for you !¬†ūüėČ

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Blue Figs , Onions and Garlick

 

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Here is my interpretation.

Francis Bacon  makes a reference to "Neptune's Triumph" and to one of the Plays of the First Folio :"A Midsommer nights Dreame."

And he asks us to make a parallel between these two plays.

 

A "blue fig" is mentionned page 111 of "Neptune's Triumph" :

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111 is the Kaye cipher of BACON and in this passage the following message is concealed :

"PER FRA. BACON - OWL"  "Per"  is a Latin word, the equivalent of "Par" in french and means "By" in English.

"BY FRA. BACON - OWL" The OWL is one  of the symbol of MINERVA/PALLAS ATHENA called the SPEAR-SHAKER

PALLAS ATHENA was Francis Bacon's muse . She is the source of his pen-name SHAKE-SPEARE.

And notice the letter "I" between the "W" and the "L" forming the name " WIL"

I think that it is a subterfuge to hide, thanks to only 4 letters OW I L,  the name of WILL SHAKE-SPEARE !

 

Now, Let's take a look at "A Midsommer nights Dreame" !

 

Onions and Garlick are mentionned on page 159 of the Play, that is the 177th page of the First Folio.

177 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE.

    Bot. Masters,I am to discourse wonders:but ask me
not what.  For if I tell you , I  am  no  true  
Athenian.   I
will tell you every thing as it fell out. 
   Quin. Let us heare, sweet Bottome.
   Bot.   Not  a word of me: all that 
I will tell you is,that
the Duke hath dined.  Get your apparell together,good 
strings to your beards,   new ribbands  to your pumps;
meet presently at the
Palace; every man looke ore his
part: for the short and the long is,our play is preferred.
In any case let Thisby have clean linnen;and let not him 
that plays the Lion, paire his nailes,  for they shall hang
out for the Lion's clawes.  And, most deare actors, eate
no
Onions ,   nor Garlicke   ;   for we are to uttersweete
breath;and I doe not doubt but to heare them say it is a
sweet Comedy. No more words: away, go, away.

 

You can notice that on a same line we have notably  : ONIONS   I WILL PALACE ATHENIAN 

PALACE ATHENIAN is evidently another subterfuge used by the Author who uses the homophony with PALLAS ATHENA, the Spear- Shaker.

Thus, on the 177 th page of the First Folio ( 177 ,  simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ) the Author tells us that HE is WILL SHAKE SPEARE.

BUT WHERE IS FRANCIS BACON ?

Right on top of the 177 th page !

  This. If he come not,  then the play is mar'd.It goes
not forward, doth it?
   Quin.  It is not possible  :  you have not a man in all

Athens, able to discharge Pyramus but he.
 
 This. No, hee hath simply the best wit of any handi
craftman in Athens.
   Quin. Yea, and the best person to, and he is a very

Paramour, for a sweet voice.
 
 This. You must say, Paragon.    A Paramour is, (God 
bless us, a thing of naught.

 

PAR BACON (BY BACON)

(Par Amour means BY LOVE in french)

TTT or Triple Tau is a symbol of the Royal Arch.

And TTT = 57 = FRA. BACON

 

To be continued ...

 

 

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"Every things come full circle"

 

The 177th page of the First Folio (Page number 159) is as important as the page number 177.

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/Bran_F1/177/index.html%3fzoom=1200.html

177 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

Two other passages on this page reveal the identity of the man behind the Mask of Shake-Speare.

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I talked to you about the importance of the number 42.

In Hebrew 40 it the gematria (numerical value) of the letter MEM (M) and 2 is the gematria of the letter BEITH (B).

42 # M.B. - M and B are the two letters that are embroidered onto a Master Mason apron.

And M.B. stand for "Marrow and Bones" !

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When I discovered this passage with  the Janus-like acrostic BAMAB, and 33 words, I was facing "BACON/JANUS in Marrow and Bones".

And facing the words "transfigur'd" and "fancies images", I immediatly knew what was Bacon's purpose.

He made a reference to a specific engraving of "The Transfiguration of the Christ" that appeared for the very first time in

Evangelicae Historiae Imagines, published in Antwerp in 1593, the same year as "Venus and Adonis", when Bacon was 33 years old.

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HOW COULD I BE SO SURE ?

Remember, at the beginning of this story I told you that three years ago, I was trying to decipher a Book of Emblems, and that it was an emblem with an inn, and the question¬† :¬ę¬†By the past, did people eat Swans ?¬†¬Ľ, that led me to the ¬†"Still Life with Dead Game, Fruits, and Vegetables in a Market " by Frans Snyders (1614).

In fact, this "Book of Emblems" was Adnotationes et meditationes in Evangelia published in 1594 .

This Book, considered as "the most beautiful Flemish book at the end of the XVIth century", contains the 153 engravings of Evangelicae Historiae Imagines with annotations and meditations on the Gospels by Jerome Nadal.

And here is the famous  engraving with the inn ...

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I found the two spears on page ... 103 !

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https://archive.org/details/minervabritannao00peac/page/69/mode/2up

As crazy as it sounds, I firmly believe that before to be involved in the edition of King James Bible (1611) , Francis Bacon (with the help of his Fellow Workers) was involved in Evangelicae Historiae Imagines, and that this Book is the missing link between Shakespeare's First Folio (1623) and Instauratio Magna (1620) by Francis Bacon.

 

Here is the link between Evangelicae Historiae Imagines (1593) and Instauratio Magna (1620) ...2022-05-31.png.1def3c4592498e8675709bd34a047557.png

https://archive.org/details/nby_231406

https://www.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/rmgc-object-38155

And here is the link between Adnotationes et meditationes in Evangelia - Second Edition (1595)  and Shakespeare's First Folio ...

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Evangelicae Historiae Imagines (1593)
https://archive.org/details/EvangelicaeHistoriaeImagines/page/n37/mode/2up?view=theater

Adnotationes et meditationes in Evangelia - First Edition (1594)
https://archive.org/details/adnotationesetme00nada/page/n683/mode/2up

Adnotationes et meditationes in Evangelia - Second Edition (1595)

https://books.google.fr/books?id=3m5gAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

https://www.academia.edu/901608/_Conference_paper_Beyond_the_Frame_s_Narrative_and_Representation_in_Jerome_Nadals_Evangelicae_Historiae_Imagines_Antwerp_1593_

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And if you don't believe me, you can at least believe the Green Man ! ūüėȬ†

To be continued ...

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THE B.C.S. FRANCIS BACON MEDAL

35th COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL ISSUED BY BRITANNIA COMMEMORATIVE SOCIETY LTD.

Sculptor  - Geoffrey Davien

Based on the Statue of Francis Bacon in Gray's Inn, South Square, by F W Pomeroy (1912).

https://sirbacon.org/links/graysinn.html

Notice the four Heads on the book. Could it be a reference to the four winds ?

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https://archive.org/details/EvangelicaeHistoriaeImagines/page/n107/mode/2up

https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_2KYsiKDrcioC/page/n3/mode/2up?view=theater

 

The four winds appear in TWO of the 153 engravings.

They can be seen in the 98th engraving of Evangelicae Historiae Imagines, which is the FIRST engraving of Adnotationes et meditationes in Evangelia.

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To be continued ...

 

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Going back a day...

<-- B A M A B -->

A Janus, concept. I've been tied up with work and life stuff. But have been bouncing that around in my head when driving, in between etc.

 

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The numbers, B=2, A=1, M=12, A=1, B=2 to make:

<-- 2 1 1 2 1 2 -->

The numbers add up to 9 (2+1+1+2+1+2).

9 (nine) is a number we kick around. The letter "I", and even "EYE" which is 33 Simple cipher.

Is EYE a Janus concept?

<-- EYE -->

The "M" as 12 can be reduced to 3 (1+2=3)

<-- 2 1 3 1 2 -->

<-- B A C A B -->

Still adds up to 9 (2+1+3+1+2).

<-- "Bones and Marrow and Bones" -->

And...

<-- BA C AB -->
<-- BAC (on) - (no) CAB -->

 

I keep thinking:

<-- 1881 -->

Of all the posts in the past couple days, with so much highly valuable and quality content, by Kate, A Phoenix, and Allisnum2er (Yann), this Janus BAMAB thing bounced around my brain.

Why?

I was at Jannus Landing on Sunday night. (iPhone pic of the banner...):

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Jannus is spelled funny, but in Simple cipher is 74, the same as TUDOR.

In Kaye cipher JANNUS is 126 which is the only Sonnet with 157 and 287 ciphers, and is not 14 lines, it is 12. One of two Sonnets that are not 14 lines with the same rhythm. I think Dee wrote it, but Maybe Elizabeth. Could Dudley write a Sonnet? Or maybe Bacon wrote "as on observer"?

First letters of Sonnet 126:

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

O=14, Simple cipher of DEE.

D=4, a hint at DEE.

O (14) and D (4) is 144 which is the Simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON.

W T I could be William Tudor I.

AS MY (speaks for itself).

SHA (S=18, H=8, A=1) is 188, and also a hint at SHAkespeare.

SIR FRANCIS BACON, WILLIAM TUDOR I as my SHAKESPEARE.

I think Dee wrote Sonnet 126, but that's just me. I'll never prove it. Maybe Bacon wrote it. I think Dee wrote it for Bacon to be in his Sonnets.

Why was I there at Jannus? Arriving during Line 881 or the Sonnets?

Number one a very good friend, Tom, was drumming with "The Wilson Van" for a charity event and whenever the band plays in Tampa Bay he invites me to come see. I had never mustered the energy to go.

Number TWO, almost ten years ago working with Paul Wilson on a Cyber Security website for one his clients, Paul shared a clip of his up and coming movie star brother Patrick. The clip he showed first was Patrick on stage for a split second saying, "TO BE OR NOT TO BE!!" And Patrick did it with serious passion.

I already knew TO BE OR NOT TO BE was 157 Simple cipher. Perhaps the most famous line in Shakespeare. (Of course, because 157 is a number of Strength and Permanence!)

Did I read about "To be or not to be" here today or yesterday?? The most famous of Bacon's speeches? ūüėČ

Anyway, I knew and told Paul, Patrick is our Sir Francis Bacon! He and I discussed the concept for over an hour. I had a movie in my mind, Bacon's life story, but nothing other than a Dream. A BIG Dream. One day, the Dream I have will be true. Not by me, but one day...

So knowing Patrick might be Bacon someday (in my Dream anyway), I wanted to go see him in person and he was playing at Jannus with his Wilson brothers. Tom pretty much told me I wouldn't be able to meet him, too much going on, etc. Yet Paul and Patrick had talked about a Bacon movie years ago after I gave Paul my one hour intense Baconian concept. I did see Tom before The Wilson Van came out as there were two bands before them. I asked him that he at least let them all know I am out here, the Bacon guy. He hesitated, but I told him I already met their photographer, a regular security guard who works for the Wilsons, and a couple friends of the Wilson family who I met who were very nice sharing my Bacon wrap. I was so excited to see Patrick, who in my mind will be Sir Francis Bacon some day. So I said, "the Wilson's should hear it from you, Tom, instead of hearing it later not knowing I was in the audience!" LOL

This was at the end of Sonnet 63 which I wrote about. Up this thread a bit, about "Shakespeare writing about William Tudor". The numbers, so on with Sonnet 63.

I did not mention in that post that during the time I was at Jannus, we'd go from Sonnet 63 to Sonnet 64.

The 11 letter cipher (Lines 2-12) of the first letters of Sonnet 64 is 144, the Simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON.

So I was having a blast being the wild Baconian among St. Petersburg, Florida's higher society elite crowd for a charity event, sharing with anyone who was willing to talk with me that I just had this feeling that 400 years of a Rosicrucian plan was unfolding as we spoke. Did anybody understand? Doubt it. Did I raise eyebrows? Oh yea, my excitement was contagious. What a blast the night was!

I shared with my wife the next morning what I experienced. She said I was lucky I was not taken away in a straight jacket in a white van. LOL

Patrick saw me, knew who I was. We have never met. But I felt like he knew what I knew, and maybe it was just my imagination, but he knew that he would be Bacon one day as well as I know. Imagine being the person who would some day, by a miracle, be Sir Francis Bacon in some major motion picture hopefully we will all live to enjoy! Can you imagine? Would you not know the instant you ever heard of it if you were going to play Bacon? The instant I heard the name Francis Bacon at the home of Lawrence Gerald in the late 1990's I knew my life had just changed forever. Imagine being the guy who will possibly be him when the World learns the Truth. Whenever that happens!

I just kept thinking I first saw him in person live as Sonnet 63 was changing to Sonnet 64 at Jannus Landing.

<-- (63) Shakespeare about Tudor, then Sir Francis Bacon (64) -->

I rarely conjure Dee up, but I was sending 1881's and Sir Francis Bacon's into Patrick at every opportunity. And he was receiving!  LOL

<-- 1881 -->

Waking up the next day I read about, "Bones and Marrow and Bones" and Janus. As if Dee was speaking through Yann to acknowledge my imagination.

I may be a crazy Baconian, but I am one of the happiest and most exited people living on Earth! LOL

Just for kicks, visualize this guy being Sir Francis Bacon. If this wild fantasy will come to fruit by a Baconian miracle, maybe it is this guy Patrick Wilson who will bring Bacon to Life.

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I joke, having fun, but sharing what I truly feel. Silly, but fun.

Visualize, "Patrick Wilson as Sir Francis Bacon" one day. Maybe if we start there, everything else will fall into place.

Yea, I know, a simple Dream from years ago. But I saw him live the other night and more than ever now believe he is going to be Bacon some day.

I've been saying this for a long time, years among family and friends, but now its on SirBacon.org and the B'Hive. Still a few hours in Sonnet 64 with its 144 "SIR FRANCIS BACON" hint. Sharing maybe way too much personal stuff. But I am throwing this pebble of thought into the 400 year old Bacon/Shakespeare ocean hoping the ripples matter!

ūüėČ

 

 

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Hi Rob (Light-of-Truth), I LOVE your take on the BAMAB acrostic, transforming itself into BACAB !¬†ūüĎć‚̧ԳŹ

And thank you for sharing with us this great moment that you lived at "Jannus Landing". Your joy is contagious.

I must admit that I thought of you as I was preparing my post revealing the Janus-like BAMAB , knowing that you were at "Jannus Landing"ūüėä

Regarding Patrick Wilson as Sir Francis Bacon, I took a look to his filmography ... I think that your right and that your dream is taking shape ! 

I learned that Patrick Wilson played in a film called "MIDWAY" in 2019.

It "IS SAFE" to say that is a very good start for our Sir Francis Bacon !¬†ūüėČ

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