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5 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Funny!! LOL

Willy and friends?

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Hey Yann, I do not speak French. Tell me about page 33 if you have a moment. 🙂

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This is not for the youth under the age of 18.

The text in french says ...

If the wolf is a greedy animal,

the dog does not imitate it badly,

but the girl who can move well in bed

does not, in my opinion, have less appetite.

😄

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21 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

This is not for the youth under the age of 18.

The text in french says ...

If the wolf is a greedy animal,

the dog does not imitate it badly,

but the girl who can move well in bed

does not, in my opinion, have less appetite.

😄

Oh my!

And as soon as I posted that question I realized that 33 should maybe be page 16, or 16 and a half. LOL

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What very little of French I know, is the title "The Center of Love"?

Is that a Swan?

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For me, the secret, here, lies in the wolf that is not a lupus but a FOX.

It could be a reference to the  constellation "Vulpecula and anser".

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

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"Lacerta, Cygnus, Lyra, Vulpecula and Anser", plate 14 in Urania's Mirror, a set of celestial cards accompanied by A familiar treatise on astronomy ... by Jehoshaphat Aspin. London. Astronomical chart, 1 print on layered paper board : etching, hand-colored. (1825)

By Sidney Hall  (1788–1831)   Restored by Adam Cuerden   

The constellation was created by Johannes Hevelius who died in ... 1687.

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

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Johannes Hevelius, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

 The  publisher of Johannes Hevelius work "Selenographia sive lunae descriptio" in 1647 was Andrea Hünefeld who in 1615  published the fundamental Rosicrucian book Fama Fraternitatis.

 

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3 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Oh my!

And as soon as I posted that question I realized that 33 should maybe be page 16, or 16 and a half. LOL

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What very little of French I know, is the title "The Center of Love"?

Is that a Swan?

Indeed ! And the Swan on page 33 is in relation with vulpecula on Emblem 33 😉 

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16 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Adds some intrigue to the phrase "Sweet Swan of Avon" to me. 😉

 

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On the back of the Emblem with the Swan :

Qu 'Appollon & Ceres, que Bacchus & que Flore

F. BAC.

Bacchus (Bacco) , the god of Wine (The Universal Author)

16 + 17 = 33 = BACON

Just a coincidence ?

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