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IN THE NEW BOOK OF CONSTITUTIONS OFFICIALLY SANCTIONED BY THE GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND ITS EDITOR DR JAMES ANDERSON CONCEALS AND REVEALS FOR THOSE WITH EYES TO SEE ITS GREATEST SECRET-THAT FRANCIS BACON IS THE SECRET FOUNDER OF THE ROSICRUCIAN-FREEMASONRY BROTHERHOOD. 

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Thank you for sharing , The Phoenixes !

I would add that if we take in count that the "Pre" of "Preface" is an anagram of "Per " one of the Latin words for "By", all the letters in the triangle are then used,

and they spell : " Per Fra F. Bacon 🙂

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FRA FR BACON is pretty obvious.

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What is curious to me a bit are the Seal numbers 157 and 287. The Sonnets in 1609 are Sealed every which way and back again, the First Folio in 1623 is Sealed as well. Supposedly the numbers refer to FRA ROSIE CROSS. I do not doubt that the Rosicrucians have adopted the Seal numbers, and we see them pop up relating to Bacon in all kinds of places. So on this page we should see them as their Seal.

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And EUGENIUS  is 201 Kaye cipher, with TWO HUNDRED ONE as 157 Simple and 287 Kaye ciphers. The name EUGENIUS is also 103 Reverse cipher which is the Simple cipher of SHAKESPEARE. Plus ONE HUNDRED THREE is 157 Simple and 365 Kaye ciphers.

And of course, we do see FRA Rosie Cross which is 157 and 287.

So maybe we have the Seal numbers here. What do you think?

 

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Rob, I  had to count  it three times  to be sure ...

From "The Fame" to "Rosie Cross." there are 62 (FB) or 66 characters with periods and commas (FRA. BACONI).

And if we count all the characters (with periods and commas) from "The FAME" to "Philostrat:" , it gives us :

177  the simple count of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE or FRANCIS BACON + MINERVA  😁

Moreover, if you count the ae of "Praeface" for 2 letters, it gives us 157 characters in total from "The Fame... " to "... Philalethes."

Good finding regarding  EUGENIUS and EUGENIUS PHILALETHES = 232 Simple cipher

232 is the gematria of Yehi'or, the Hebrew for "LET THERE BE LIGHT"

Let's take a look page 232 of Histories and "LET THERE BE LIGHT ! " 🙂

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9 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Am I missing some characters? I use Word for counting usually, but I did count on the facsimile first.

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Ohhh,  indeed ! This is " THE FAME AND CONFESSION OF THE FRATERNITY OF  R:C: Commonly, of the  ROSIE CROSS."

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When I see an "CON" I Iook for a "B" and an "A".

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By the 18th century the 26 letter alphabet was fully in use. So that makes the letter "U" = 21, or B=2 and A=1.

Two T's as we know can represent 33.

So we have our BACON and 33 as well.

T U is 39 Simple cipher and 11 Reverse cipher.

F BACON is 39 Simple cipher and 111 Reverse cipher.

C T T is 67 Kaye cipher which is the Simple cipher of Francis.

The remaining letters; S T I and I O N A add up to 100 using Bacon's alphabet. In the 26 letter ciphers we have 33 Short cipher and 157 Kaye cipher.

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Hi Rob, thank you for this highly complex and involved cryptographic analysis of the very important first Book of Constitutions sanctioned by the Grand Lodge of England revealing and confirming the secret, hidden and concealed links between Lord Bacon and his Freemasonry Brotherhood. Brilliant work!👍🙂

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THE TRUTH LIES IN THE PONCTUATION !🙂

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By the way, Ben jonson used the same principle in his poem "On Poet-Ape" published in 1616, in his First Folio.

(I will also share this in the new topic of Rob about Ben Jonson's Poem)

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N.B : 77 words from "Poor Poet-Ape..." to "...he slights it."  Moreover, "Poet-Ape" count for one word as well as and "after-times" .

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THE
CONSTITUTIONS
OF THE

THE is one word (1 = A)

OF THE is two words (2 = B)

A
CON
B

CONSTITUTIONS is 188 Simple cipher, the Kaye cipher of JOHN DEE.

188 has to do with "Time" from I have seen and learned from our great Elizabethan teachers, Bacon and Dee.

ETERNITY is 110 Simple and 188 Kaye ciphers.

And we know FREE is 33 Simple and 111 Kaye ciphers, the same as BACON, and 67 Reverse cipher the same as the Simple cipher of FRANCIS.

MASONS is 74 Reverse cipher as are both WILLIAM and TUDOR in Simple cipher.

MASONS is also Kaye cipher 102, and ONE HUNDRED TWO is 157 Simple and 287 Kaye ciphers.

Thus the hyphen in FREE-MASONS.

We could even use the small words THE (1 = A) and OF THE (2 = B) of the first 33 words and add to the next line CONTAINING to have another BACON.

Using the 26 letter ciphers, MASONS is 81 Simple, 81 Reverse (<1881>?) and 18 Short ciphers. Sure some potential for TIME fun there. 😉

Same modern alphabet MASONS is 107 Kaye cipher. First four lines of Sonnet 107:

Not mine own fears, nor the prophetic soul
Of the wide world dreaming on things to come,
Can yet the lease of my true love control,
Supposed as forfeit to a confin'd doom.

"to a confin'd" If "to" is "two", then it is a "B". 😉

And TO is 33 Simple and Kaye ciphers.

 

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Hi Phoenixes

THANKS for the three key reference texts you recently posted. None of us have your formidable knowledge of 16-17th C. literature, so to me, these three links are important and will do my best to learn from them. If I may be so bold, I would also like to offer three suggestions, mainly for new-comers and sceptics:

1. https://sirbacon.org/vonkunow.html

2. https://archive.org/details/greatestoflitera00ba/mode/2up

3. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/20013925/the-shakespeare-puzzle-the-puzzling-world-of-barry-r-clarke

 

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18 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Hi Phoenixes

THANKS for the three key reference texts you recently posted. None of us have your formidable knowledge of 16-17th C. literature, so to me, these three links are important and will do my best to learn from them. If I may be so bold, I would also like to offer three suggestions, mainly for new-comers and sceptics:

1. https://sirbacon.org/vonkunow.html

2. https://archive.org/details/greatestoflitera00ba/mode/2up

3. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/20013925/the-shakespeare-puzzle-the-puzzling-world-of-barry-r-clarke

 

Thanks for all the books AP. I’ve read all those before but I loved this second book Eric, I just mentioned it in another thread. I don’t recall ever reading it or seeing it before today
 

I was totally blown away and somewhat upset by the Bibliography though. How can SO much have been written on this subject for so long,  (well over 100 years), and still we are no further forward? I thought I’d video the Bibliography so visitors can get a sense of the weight of material suggesting Bacon as Shakespeare. One can always pause the video to take notes of books or periodicals to use in research - but really, let’s use AI and get this sorted, it can’t go on until we are all dead too! 

I think the biliteral cipher has been ‘under-researched’. I’m sure if the right info and prompt is used Rob, we can get AI to scan books and decipher using the Biliteral. IMG_4576.jpeg.5cb0c1b479b92752a518fbd15f5b6f77.jpegIMG_4579.jpeg.3f5fe74437e33c6527f1ebb695410f6e.jpeg

 

 

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2 hours ago, Kate said:

I think the biliteral cipher has been ‘under-researched’. I’m sure if the right info and prompt is used Rob, we can get AI to scan books and decipher using the Biliteral. 

I agree, and I would suggest that looking for font changes is a waste of time. Maybe the example Bacon left was something to lead the profane astray. I love the Friedman's group portrait message. That is what we should keep our eyes open to. Binary is everywhere.

I spent some weeks when I first starting examining the Sonnets using W's and T's as the A's and B's, and vice-versa because there is a strange exaggerated use of those two letters to start lines in the Sonnets. At least it seems to me and I have crunched the numbers.

As for ChatGPT, I tried to teach it the Elizabethan 24 letter alphabet cipher codes. It already knows the 26 letter codes:

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I spent a few hours over a couple nights or so trying to teach it the 24 letter codes and see if it remembered. It would get close when I tested it for one or two dialogs then forget everything and we'd start over. I was doing my best to be patient.

Kate, have you ever typed a very frustrated message to AI when it seems to be a total idiot when 20 seconds ago it seemed to figure out what you want? I will tell you, it's response is so polite I want to scream at it. LOL

I later read that ChatGPT and most of the others are programmed not to remember. At first I thought was a travesty. Then, I started to think about how it could be possible for a group of people, a church, a political party, or even one hacker to brainwash an AI to where it spews out propaganda.

OMG, I sound like CJ! LOL

But in the end I am glad I could not make AI remember the 24 letter cipher. I think it should know it, and maybe in some future AI update all of the ciphers along with the biliteral cipher might be a tool we can use with AI.

OK, was I ready to convince AI that 33 is always BACON? And to ask it to let me know where 157 and 287 pop up? Would I try to program AI to be Baconian??

Not on purpose, but yea, probably! LOL

 

 

 

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