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Line 365? Huh? What does that mean?

What is an ouroboros and how does it relate to 365?

OK, every year at this time approaching March 3rd, I say to myself, “I need to write and try to explain what this 4 hour moment means in Line 365.”

Year after year goes by. Nothing changes in the world, or Universe. Well, it does, as Life goes on year after year. But usually not much to notice, it just slowly changes like the landscape we see.

So, Line 365:

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http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Line0360

In the Sonnets Pyramid, Line 365 is the first line of Sonnet 27. Line 364 is the last line of Sonnet 26.

OK, so what?

The Sonnets Pyramid, at least as I call it, is a mathematical pattern where the Shakespeare Sonnets align with a full year cycle with 365 Days. I’m not going to go into all that now, but if you want more info, please watch my video attempts to explain the Pyramid on this thread of the SirBacon.org B’ Hive Forum:

https://sirbacon.org/bacon-forum/index.php?/topic/11-sonnets-pyramid-design-explained/

Quick note to catch you up.

There are 154 Sonnets with 14 lines in each Sonnet, except two (Sonnets 99 and 126).

For every 11 Sonnets there are 154 Lines. Kind of a microcosm to macrocosm with the Sonnets; 154 Sonnets and 154 Lines.

So, by math we could say we have 14 “groups” of 11 Sonnets with 154 lines in each (except the two exceptions).

Here is another pattern of 14 “groups” but is 364 Days, and one extra: 365.

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Notice that we have 14 columns of 26 Days in each column.

What if we blend those 14 columns of 26 Days with the 14 “groups” (I call Tiers) with the 11 Sonnets?

Do the math…

26 Days have 624 hours.

624 hours is 37,440 minutes.

37,440 minutes is 2,246,400 seconds.

2,246,400 seconds divided by 154 lines is 14,587.01298...

That means every line takes up 14,587.01298... seconds. Doing reverse math, every line is basically 4 hours, 3 minutes, and 7 seconds. It works out that for every 13 days we add just one second to keep everything in perfect sync.

13 Days in the Pyramid is 5.5 Sonnets (77 Lines). Every 26 Days is exactly 11 Sonnets. Thus each of the 14 Tiers is a complete perfect cycle of 11 Sonnets and 26 Days.

What we have is three numbers, 11, 14, and 26 setting the “stage”. 11 Sonnets in a Tier, 26 Days in each Tier, and 14 Tiers altogether which makes 154 Sonnets and 364 Days with every line at 4 hours, 3 minutes, and 7 seconds. Day 365 is not “in” the Sonnets, but Day 365 and 0 (zero) are at the same time.

365 is a fascinating number, not only to we Baconians, but to anyone who likes to learn about or knows numbers. Look at the table above, why is 365 in the “O” column?

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Does that “mean” anything? 365 being related to a circle? The Letter O?

Back to the Sonnets...

14 X 26 Days is 364 Days.

14 X 11 Sonnets 154 Sonnets.

OK, so we blend the two patterns. Works out amazingly perfect!

At the end of the first Tier of 11 Sonnets with 154 Lines, we end at the end of Day 26 at 11:59:99 pm. Just math, how it works.

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http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Line0150

Funny how the next Line of the Sonnets, Line 155 and the first line of the second Tier says:

When I do count the clock that tells the time,

 

As if to hint at Time and Days, etc. Coincidence? 😉

Day 26 ends on Line 154.

Sonnet 26 ends on Line 364.

Funny how math works! It is actually very simple, just math. Take a calculator and do the math, it always works out.

Accident, or coincidence in the Sonnets?

Line 365 is the first line of Sonnet 27. We as Baconians know 27 is the Kaye cipher of A. For whatever that is worth to you. But with the Sonnets the “A” repeats every 26 numbers taking the Kaye cipher out 14 times and then one extra to get to 365 as there are only 364 Days in the 154 Sonnets:

1, 27, 53, 79, 105, 131, 157, 183, 209, 235, 261, 287, 313, 339, and 365.

If you add up the first letters of Sonnet 27 (WTBTFIALSPWMLF) you get 301 Kaye cipher.

THREE HUNDRED ONE is 157 Simple and 365 Kaye ciphers.

We have a clue from Shakespeare maybe that Line 365 is “supposed” to be right there exactly.

Line 365 in the Sonnets Pyramid is Thu, Mar 3, 2022 - 10:54:33 AM - Thu, Mar 3, 2022 - 02:57:39 PM.

So that is why I am writing tonight, that Line is approaching, and I want to post before it arrives. Or it will be yet another year waiting or procrastination…

In the Sonnets Pyramid, the numbers 11, 14, and 26 crisscross and interweave with Time (down to days, hours, minutes, and even seconds) and also with the Secret Shakespearean Seal numbers 157 and 287, with 365 being a third key numbers.

But my intention is to raise awareness of number 365. Remember it is the “O” in the Table I shared above. It is another Seal Number. I’ll say that.

The Sonnets on one level offer an amazing Time pattern. The hidden story behind the words is one thing, but the mathematical pattern with Time is a provable, describable, and is an indisputable quality of this design. Grab a calculator, anybody. Math is math, it does not change. No matter who anybody is, this Pyramid pattern will work the same. Solid like a rock, permanent, a Pyramid built to last. 😉

Days, weeks, 28 day cycles, 52 week cycles, all the way down to minutes and seconds. A perfect pattern.

365, the “O”, the “extra” Day after the 364 Day and 154 Sonnet cycle, the Line after the first 26 Sonnets and 364 Lines, backed up with Simple and Kaye ciphers at every turn, or cycle…

John Wilkins in 1635 published his Emblems. On Page 157, is an emblem that I believe to be about the Time cycles in the Sonnets. You could say he the earliest first person to validate what I stumbled on in 2001.

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Page 157? The number itself hints at Shake-Speare, being one of the two Shakespearean Secret Seal numbers. But notice the snake, the ouroboros, a 365 maybe?

https://archive.org/details/collectionofembl00withe/page/157/mode/1up?view=theater

Through many places, Time doth run, And, endeth where it first begun.

 

Yea, like the Sonnets with all these Time cycles on multiple levels.

Are those swans swimming down the creek?

Read the words:

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Old Sages by the Figure of the Snake
(Encircled thus) did oft expression make
Of Annuall-Revolutions; and of things,
Which wheele about in everlasting-rings;
There ending, where they first of all begun,
And, there beginning, where the Round was done.

The Snake, the ouroboros, 365, annual revolutions, and of things? Wheel about. The Sonnets design cycles repeat, on many levels, one ends and another begins, in so many places so many times!

By minutes, and by hours, the Spring steales in,

The Sonnets design is to the seconds, with minutes and hours, and days, weeks, seasons, etc.

Skip down a bit…

These Roundells, helpe to shew a Mystery
Of the immense and blest Eternitie,
From whence the CREATURE sprung, and, into whom
It shall, againe, with full perfection come,
When those Additions, it hath fully had,
Which all the sev’rall Orbes of Time can add.

First line of the Sonnets, “From fairest creatures we desire increase

These Roundels, the cycles, help to show a Mystery? About Eternity?

Wilkins is hinting at something, any idea? I have my thoughts.

It is a full, and fairly written Scrowle,
Which up into it selfe, it selfe doth rowle ;
And, by Vnfolding, and Infolding, showes
A Round, which neither End, nor entrance knowes.
And (by this Emblem) you may partly see,
Tis that which I S , but, cannot uttred be.

Wilkin’s Emblem is an overt reference to Shakespeare’s Sonnets, and by claiming it is a "fairley written Scrowle" he is suggesting it was written by Royalty with the "Scrowle" being the Sonnets. "A Round, which neither End, nor entrance knowes." Because it has so many spheres that it never ends, every end eats it tail and begins new, on many levels.

And, by the Emblem, one may only “partly” see, "Tis that which is, but cannot uttered be."

Wilkin's "365" Emblem hints, but does not explain. Yet, he is referring to the Sonnets design, and it's purely mathematical Time structure. Being on page 157 reinforces that connection.

Scratching the surface here...

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Hi Rob,

I am really glad you win your fight against procrastination this year ! 🙂 

Thank you very much for this insightful mathematical presentation.

I think that you are totally right ! 

The Emblem 157 shows an Ouroboros that represents the "everlasting-ring",  the A and O , the beginning and the end.

The fact is that the Greek word  "ENIAUTOS" ( inside the Ouroboros) means "YEAR".

Notice that the first letter of the text is the "O" of "Old"

And as if "by chance", the sum of the value of the capital Letters at the beginning of each lines is ... 364 !

And here is the subterfuge if we take in count that the O is also an A ( I am the Alpha AND the Omega) then appears the number 365 !

The Ouroboros represents the A and the O, and it is an invitation to take a look at the first and the last emblem of the Book.

Here is the last Emblem :

https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/george-wither-s-emblem-book-1635

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IT TELLS US OPENLY TO "MAKE USE OF TIME" .

Notice that we are on page 257 that is 100 + 157 ,  FRANCIS BACONFRA ROSIE CROSS😉 

Let's take a look at line 257 of the Sonnets ...

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The line is in the Sonnet 19, the only Sonnet where a PHOENIX  is mentionned. And we are on the day 44 , 44 being the gematria of Chol (Phoenix)

Francis Bacon , "The Child with the Blood of the Phoenix"

And what do the lines 257/258 say ? 

Make glad and sorry seasons as thou fleets,
And do whate'er thou wilt, swift-footed Time.

Here is the First Emblem :

https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/george-wither-s-emblem-book-1635

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I will share with you my take on it, this evening .

I worked on the subject two years ago and made some interesting findings.

Best regards,

Yann

 

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As promised, here is my study of the First Emblem of George WIther's Emblemes (1635), with a part of the discoveries I made so far, and my attempt to make the connection with Rob's own discoveries.

References :

George Wither's Emblemes https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/george-wither-s-emblem-book-1635

Amorum Emblemata by Otto van Veen:  https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b52503247x/f189.item

Hypnerotomachia Poliphili :    https://archive.org/details/hypnerotomachiap00colo/page/n135/mode/2up

Minerva Britanna by Henry Peacham : https://archive.org/details/minervabritannao00peac/page/n5/mode/2up

The Mirrour of Maiestie by Henry Goodyere https://archive.org/details/mirrorofmaiestie00hggoiala/page/4/mode/2up

About the Temple of the Rosie Cross : https://sirbacon.org/links/temple_of_rosy_cross.htm

About the owl of Heinrich Khunrath : https://stratharchives.tumblr.com/post/119601236066/owl-motif-from-khunraths-amphitheatre-of-eternal

Minerva and Cupid https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/298393

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Hi Yann, the complex themes and ideas that you and Rob having been recently exchanging is absolutely mesmerising. In addition to the arcane complexity I can only imagine how much commitment, focus and work the two of you have put into the above posts.  From my own experience, I would imagine, some if not all of it, has been mentally and physically exhausting. Though after a little well-earned rest I fully expect the two of you to rise Phoenix-like to shed further light on all those cryptographic, emblematic and symbolic areas of Baconian-Shakespearean fields of inquiry, yet to be explored. 

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The typos in my post last night are proof on how exhausted I was last night. Mostly from my "day" job and domestic responsibilities this week. Bacon work fires me up, but even so at some point everything takes it toll.

Early to bed tonight...

As Line 365 of the Sonnets says, "Weary with toil, I haste me to my bed,"

🙂

 

 

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Grace?

Sonnet 67, in Day 157:

AH wherefore with infection should he liue,
And with his presence grace impietie,
That sinne by him aduantage should atchiue,
And lace it selfe with his societie ?

Bacon making a subtle yet obvious reference to his life in these Sonnets. Sonnet 67 is one the places where it begins at Midnight at the start of a new Tier, the 7th Tier. These are Bacon's lines where Sonnet 67 and Day 157 begins. Of course, it is important and where we'd expect a message from him.

It takes time to analyze these lines, but something I've been aware of since around 2001 or so.

Modern version of Sonnet 67 might be easier to understand, but the same as the original:

That sin by him advantage should achieve,
And lace itself with his society?
Why should false painting imitate his cheek,
And steel dead seeming of his living hue?
Why should poor beauty indirectly seek
Roses of shadow, since his rose is true?
Why should he live, now Nature bankrupt is,
Beggar'd of blood to blush through lively veins?
For she hath no exchequer now but his,
And proud of many, lives upon his gains.
  O! him she stores, to show what wealth she had
  In days long since, before these last so bad.

The cipher numbers of the first lines?

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Allisnum2er (Yann), amazing insight, what clear vision! I am ever impressed!

NOTE: My using the word "ever" is definitely NOT a cipher for DeVere. LOL!!

I saw an article today that was all about how all the variations of the word "ever" are ciphers for variations of "DeVere." Wow was that comical, yer not funny at all.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Allisnum2er (Yann), amazing insight, what clear vision! I am ever impressed!

NOTE: My using the word "ever" is definitely NOT a cipher for DeVere. LOL!!

I saw an article today that was all about how all the variations of the word "ever" are ciphers for variations of "DeVere." Wow was that comical, yer not funny at all.

 

 

 

Many thanks Rob !

Regarding the article you are talking about, I suspect that we learn that Francis Bacon being Baron De Verulam is the proof that De Vere was Francis Bacon ! 😆 

Edit Sorry, I was in French mode ! "Baron de Verulam" is the French translation of "Baron of Verulam". 

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If Baconians had the money and resources that the Oxies have, we'd take every "DeVere" cipher they come up with and make it "De Verulam." 😉

And we'd be much closer to the Truth, if not right on the point of Truth!

 

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GRACE is 24 Short cipher.

I know I have repeatedly mentioned that 102, 201, 182, and 281 are 157 Simple and 287 Kaye cipher.

Also that 103, 301, 183, and 381 are 157 Simple and 365 Kaye cipher.

But there is one other number that has a Seal number; 24.

TWENTY FOUR

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I have for many years associated that with the Freemason "Twenty-Four Inch Rule." Just makes sense to me, TWENTY-FOUR is 157 Simple cipher.

Now using the 26 letter alphabet even more than I have in past years, I see it is also 103 Reverse cipher. Interesting especially now that we have proved there was a 26 letter alphabet in Bacon's time.

OK, I can hear Strats claiming that now we have an entire "new" alphabet to find cipher numbers, we should have twice as many supposed ciphers to play with.

Well, in my work, we have some more clues for sure, and a few that are backed up by strong supporting evidence. But twice as many? No, not that I have seen. My take is that most real Bacon ciphers were using the 24 letter alphabet that was not even Bacon's per say, it came from famous cryptologists before him. But the new "English" 26 letter alphabet ciphers do come into play during Bacon's later years.

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GRACE/BACON LURKS IN PICTURE-DRAWERS WORKES ! 🙂 

I see it!

Sirrah, I am sworn brother to a leash of drawers, and can call them all by their christen names, as Tom, Dick, and Francis.”
- Prince Henry (aka Harry); Henry IV Part 1 Act 2 Sc. 4

https://sirbacon.org/mindthegap.html

 

Thanks to Kate and her interest in Sacred Geometry, and some research based on her motivating me, I can't help but see the 3,4,5 triangle where I see an acrostic.

 

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5 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I see it!

Sirrah, I am sworn brother to a leash of drawers, and can call them all by their christen names, as Tom, Dick, and Francis.”
- Prince Henry (aka Harry); Henry IV Part 1 Act 2 Sc. 4

https://sirbacon.org/mindthegap.html

 

Thanks to Kate and her interest in Sacred Geometry, and some research based on her motivating me, I can't help but see the 3,4,5 triangle where I see an acrostic.

 

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BRAVO !

Je suis Content ( I am happy !)

You found the Best part of  BACON. 😄

And thank you for zooming in !😀

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We are clearly in the web of Bacon T.T. (Thirty Three) W.T.(William Tudor)

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