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Say hello to F. BACON , SIR , LORD AND ... KING !

Was this the year after, or within a year of Bacon being Knighted as "SIR Francis Bacon"?

Why not throw in Sir, King, Lord, and W. Shake-speare. I presume this book holds more to see as it was fun for them in 1604 who knew to slip in a few cool things. Imagine Bacon giggling when the book was printed, knowing his clues were there for anyone who'd care to look. 🙂

 

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37 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Was this the year after, or within a year of Bacon being Knighted as "SIR Francis Bacon"?

Why not throw in Sir, King, Lord, and W. Shake-speare. I presume this book holds more to see as it was fun for them in 1604 who knew to slip in a few cool things. Imagine Bacon giggling when the book was printed, knowing his clues were there for anyone who'd care to look. 🙂

 

Oxfordians and Stratfordians shall tell you that Francis Bacon was not a Lord in 1604 because he was created Lord Keeper in 1617 and Lord Chancellor in 1618.

But Shake-speare was "surnamed" Adon in L'envoy to "Narcissus" written by Thomas Edwards in 1593 . 

And you know what ? "Adon" is the Hebrew word for ... LORD ! 😊 So, de facto, as Francis Bacon is Shake-speare, he is "LORD" at least since 1593 😉 

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Synchronicity just now.

I was outside doing my yard chores before dark, thinking about the work A. Phoenix is doing here, posting slides with images that some of us run with finding clues that are across the range from "in our face obvious" to "outside anything we'd think of ourselves with ancient and esoteric knowledge" in delicious a feast of mind stimulating meals. Hopefully Google is using its character recognition to read and index these slides! If not now, one day they will.

I came inside and my first email I saw was "New Documentary: Phoenix Rising", from HBO with "A Phoenix" all over my brain.

In the very first of the past 400 years, Bacon's truth started out where everyone who knew him or was in the circle who knew everything about him. The ciphers were expected, and fun to see and share among themselves, winking, drinking, and enjoying being inside the loop. What a party!

Bacon's party has been up and down since. Lately, too many years now, the Oxies seemed to slip in and steal Bacon's glory for the last guy in the world that most of us would imagine. The guy nobody respected, was considered a self-centered greedy worm, and was famous for his gas in front of Elizabeth. UGH. Really? What a looney concept!

But as a Phoenix rises from the ashes, Bacon's due may be heading in the right direction...>>

Thank you, A. Phoenix for being an inspiration and feeding our minds. 🙂

 

 

 

 

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Oxfordians and Stratfordians shall tell you that Francis Bacon was not a Lord in 1604 because he was created Lord Keeper in 1617 and Lord Chancellor in 1618.

I've seen discussions among Baconians where some say he was not a "Lord". So that is a good question and you seem to have an answer.

I remember recently reading about a coin that had "Lord Bacon" and the description of the coin said he was never a Lord. That's not the first time I've seen that question appear over the years I've been a Baconian.

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Hi Rob, 

Thank you for your kind, thoughtful and supportive comments. It is great to have a forum to exchange ideas and information as well as sometimes just to have a discussion or a chat on all things FB. The important thing is that we have a Baconian community. We are only too happy to make a contribution with our posts and to see the response of your good-self, Yann and Kate, et al, with your individual and collective skills and expertise, which we find instructive, illuminating, and in all honesty, on occasions, simply astonishing. And we too are more than grateful to read and learn from the posts put up by all the B'Hive contributors. We look forward to it everyday.

Love The Phoenixes. 

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9 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I've seen discussions among Baconians where some say he was not a "Lord". So that is a good question and you seem to have an answer.

I remember recently reading about a coin that had "Lord Bacon" and the description of the coin said he was never a Lord. That's not the first time I've seen that question appear over the years I've been a Baconian.

Hi Rob, I think that you make reference to a discussion about the Newfounland stamp of Francis Bacon, with a person who said that the title was incorrect because Francis Bacon was SIR Francis Bacon , Knight , LORD Keeper of the Great Seal, LORD Chancellor, BARON VERULAM ,VISCOUNT of St Alban , and not LORD BACON ! On that day, I did have a good laugh 😆 - Ben Jonson, himself, used this title for the Poem he wrote in 1620 for the 60th Anniversary of his friend, a poem that was published in 1641 " Lord Bacon's Birth-day" - The case is resolved ! 😉

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15 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

THE BACONIAN-ROSICRUCIAN AA HEADPIECE IN THE 1602 QUARTO EDITION OF RICHARD III.

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I admit that this one is a bit far-fetched, but I share it with you anyway !

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In his "English Grammar" (1641) Ben Jonson tells us that the letter H

is the " Queen Mother" of Consonants.

The words "DEER" "SEED" and "QUEEN MOTHER" remind me of

the painting of  MARCUS GHEERAERTS THE YOUNGER (C. 1561-1636)

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

https://sirbacon.org/THE-PREGNANCY-PORTRAIT.pdf

 

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AS A SPECIAL BONUS HERE IS THE ENIGMATIC HEADPIECE TO THE 1604 QUARTO EDITION OF HAMLET DEPICTING THE ROYAL COAT OF ARMS:

Over the top of the first page of the 1604 quarto appears another enigmatic headpiece. In the centre of the headpiece we see what appears to be a coat of arms, reminiscent of a royal coat of arms, with two figures either side of it, possibly representing Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester looking to and reaching for something resembling a crown. To the bottom right and left two children are depicted possibly denoting the concealed royal heirs Francis Tudor Bacon and Robert Tudor Devereux. The child on the left representing Life and the child on the right behind whom appears the grim reaper representing Death, the light and dark twin central themes of the play.

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2 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

AS A SPECIAL BONUS HERE IS THE ENIGMATIC HEADPIECE TO THE 1604 QUARTO EDITION OF HAMLET DEPICTING THE ROYAL COAT OF ARMS:

Over the top of the first page of the 1604 quarto appears another enigmatic headpiece. In the centre of the headpiece we see what appears to be a coat of arms, reminiscent of a royal coat of arms, with two figures either side of it, possibly representing Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester looking to and reaching for something resembling a crown. To the bottom right and left two children are depicted possibly denoting the concealed royal heirs Francis Tudor Bacon and Robert Tudor Devereux. The child on the left representing Life and the child on the right behind whom appears the grim reaper representing Death, the light and dark twin central themes of the play.

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PRINCE BACON 🙂

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I hope you do not mind me , mentionning De Vere ... this is what I found !

LOL!

I see De "ever" pop up, thinking if I were an Oxfartian they would love me, maybe even pay my bills, ask for more of my insight, and make me famous. My skills for the Oxie movement would be much more profitable for me and my wife than being a Baconian. But Truth matters to me. Thus, like Bacon, even though we could play the game and be comfy, we sacrifice standing on the ground of Truth.

Imagine the extortion potential Bacon had with Elizabeth. "Pay me or I WILL tell the Truth!" Bacon took the high road hoping that we 400 years later would find out his life.

De Vere, the greedy slimeball everyone knew him to be, would have pulled that card. And likely had his head cut off with a smelly release of gas to boot.

But when the compounds dissolve, Doh Vere is even less likely than Shakspur. The beef behind the clues are fluffy at best for anyone but Bacon. There was only one Bacon mind, and only one Shakespeare mind. They were one and the same. Period. That is the Baconian argument.

I could look for my own name and find clues. I've done that for fun, learning about the reality on what I am doing many years ago. Just to see, and sure enough my name is everywhere. LOL

It's just the nature of what we do. We see what what we want to see. But that does not mean what we are looking for is not there, we just need to filter and find what has supporting evidence. With Bacon that is consistent.

We need to "see", but "weigh and consider" everything. We'll see what is in our imagination along with what was left as real. Fine line sometimes, but the supporting clues have more importance.

 

 

 

 

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PRINCE BACON 🙂

That is VERY good. (Not De Very, but VERY good). 😉

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I'll take it to "William Shakespeare by Prince Bacon."

HAMLET is 103 Reverse cipher using the 26 letter codes. Is it important? Fine line...

Kaye cipher is 134 in Bacon's numbers. First two lines of Sonnet 134:

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet134

So, now I have confess'd that he is thine,
And I my self am mortgag'd to thy will,

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3 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

That is VERY good. (Not De Very, but VERY good). 😉

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I'll take it to "William Shakespeare by Prince Bacon."

HAMLET is 103 Reverse cipher using the 26 letter codes. Is it important? Fine line...

Kaye cipher is 134 in Bacon's numbers. First two lines of Sonnet 134:

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Sonnet134

So, now I have confess'd that he is thine,
And I my self am mortgag'd to thy will,

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And I love your cut ... TRAGICALL HAM ! 😄

By the way, if we take in count the "of" it gives us "Prince F. BACO".

And it goes from TRAGICALL to MAGICALL ! 😉

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5 minutes ago, Allisnum2er said:

And I love your cut ... TRAGICALL HAM ! 😄

By the way, if we take in count the "of" it gives us "Prince F. BACO".

And it goes from TRAGICALL to MAGICALL ! 😉

Ohhhh, and  I believe that HART is another term for DEER or STAG , isn't it ?

MAGICALL HART !!!

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I cut to the HAM on purpose. 😉

   And I love your cut ... TRAGICALL HAM ! 😄

By the way, if we take in count the "of" it gives us "Prince F. BACO".
And it goes from TRAGICALL to MAGICALL ! 😉

Did you mention something about "Magic"? 😉

 

 

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