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I will take a look at both of them tomorrow ! 😊

No rush, when you have time.

If there is anybody I hope looks at this, it is you right now.

Ultimately, I hope many people look and can use it. That may take decades, or every centuries. But I hope...

😉

Side note:

I have lost count of how many Baconians, especially younger, have expressed to me how they felt they believed they were born to know about Bacon. My response is always the same and always the Truth, "I know I was born to do this."

 

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You were born on Day 331. Appropriate. 🙂

Have you looked at Line 331 and a few more? Sonnet "24".

http://www.light-of-truth.com/pyramid-GMT.php#Line0331

Now see what good turns eyes for eyes have done:
Mine eyes have drawn thy shape, and thine for me
Are windows to my breast, where-through the sun
Delights to peep, to gaze therein on thee;
  Yet eyes this cunning want to grace their art,
  They draw but what they see, know not the heart.

I've seen where "Lines" are "Years" by Bacon's contemporaries, as you have as well. Poets, emblems, wherever.

I know what these lines me to me. What I see is sometimes hard to hard to say in public. I aim to support my theories, back up my discovery, so on. "Grace my art."

We know you see the Bacon connections, amazing at it. Should we know what is happening inside of you as well, what your heart is saying? "They draw but what they see, know not the heart."

I feel myself doing spilling my heart lately. I know Bacon, see the connections, studied the Sonnets as his life story for 20+ years. Now I am sharing more personal insight on his life. He is like Family to me, sometimes my best friend.

Eyes, eyes, eyes -- 78 lines in these Sonnets does "eye" come up, I've yet to count the total times a variation comes up, over 150 easy. Three times in your first years of birth. 😉

EYE is 33 Simple cipher.

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33

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THE BACONIAN-ROSICRUCIAN AA HEADPIECES IN THE 1596 EDITION OF THE FAERIE QVEENE SET FORTH IN THE NAME OF LORD BACON'S LITERARY MASK EDMUND SPENSER DEDICATED TO HIS ROYAL MOTHER QUEEN ELIZABETH CONTAINING A SERIES OF ANAGRAMS OF F. BACON REVEALING AND CONFIRMING HIS AUTHORSHIP OF ARGUABLY THE GREATEST EPIC POEM OF THE ELIZABETHAN REIGN.

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Hi A. Phoenix,

Thank you so much ! I did not know this edition. An edition of 1609 ! 😃 I take a quick glance to retrieve what could be important and here is what I found.

https://archive.org/details/faeriequeenedisp00spen/page/176/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater

I noticed that the last page of the First Book is the page 58 (JOHN DEE simple cipher and BACON De furtivis cipher) and the last page of the Second Book is the page 121 ( Francisci Baconi simple cipher)

Then we have a blank page and the Third Book begins on page ... 123 ( FRANCIS TUDOR - De Furtivis cipher).

And what a surprise on page 177 (Simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE) !

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When I discovered this acrostic on page 177 , I could not believe my eyes !

We have almost the anagram of :

F.BACON - H (The "Queen Mother" of the consonnant), between A and W (Alpha and Omega)

I was looking for the missing letter C, when an idea popped up in my mind.

What if the subterfuge was in the homophony between Si and C ?😃

Then we have :

F.BACON , son of Queen Elizabeth (H), the A and W 

Right on page 177 (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE) of a book published the same year as

the SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS in the name of another of his literary Mask : EDMUND SPENSER.

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157 Simple Cipher 26 ,  287 Kaye Cipher 26 , 58 Short Cipher 26

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I see a few things there, but for me when I see a word like  "Magick" and a word like "deep" within two lines, sometimes even on the same page depending on how many words or letters are between them, "John Dee" comes into mind.

In Shakespeare, it is a fun treasure hunt and take my word for it, it is a fruitful enjoyable activity. 😉

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I see a few things there, but for me when I see a word like  "Magick" and a word like "deep" within two lines, sometimes even on the same page depending on how many words or letters are between them, "John Dee" comes into mind.

In Shakespeare, it is a fun treasure hunt and take my word for it, it is a fruitful enjoyable activity. 😉

 

 

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My name is DEE ! JOHN DEE ! 😁

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Yann, see "dungeon deep".

Or for my post now, "...on dee..."

There was an evening back in 2001 when I was playing with Cabala diagrams. For Bacon, but also myself, just learning, using gematria, etc. I had my name and other personal words in the Tree. But for the "Daath" in the center of the Star at the top I just drew a Diamond. I had not come up with a word yet, but was ready to do some work and meditation. 

I had music on, adding numbers, playing with numbers, making every match up in my head to numbers I was working on. You know; 157, 287, 100, 33, etc. For a couple happy hours or more.

Then I started to gaze at the Diamond I drew, in a somewhat trace/altered state by then. Looking at the Diamond, wondering what word should go there.

I "heard" a voice in my head. "Dee, I am 'on Dee" Silent "J", but I heard "Dee, I am John Dee", except John sounded like "on" with no "J" sound.

DIAMOND, the word; "D I AM ON D".

So I replied, "If you are John Dee, tell me a story."

The story I got was in three parts all about him instructing Elizabeth on why and how to name her first born son "William Tudor" so when he had a child he would be "William Tudor I" to fulfill her Seal numbers. Elizabeth told Dee she wanted her son to be known as the most brilliant person to ever live, and to be remembered forever. He told her to use her "Will" to make that happen. I can almost still remember the exact words that came in the story. The final part was a conversation when she was impatient during another visit and Dee was warning her to be patient and be very careful using her "Will" as it can backfire. She got upset and said forcefully to Dee, "I WILL have my WILL!"

Ooops, Dee was right. LOL

That is where I first even thought about "William Tudor. " Funny story...

Funny, huh? 😉

 

 

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Yann, see "dungeon deep".

Or for my post now, "...on dee..."

There was an evening back in 2001 when I was playing with Cabala diagrams. For Bacon, but also myself, just learning, using gematria, etc. I had my name and other personal words in the Tree. But for the "Daath" in the center of the Star at the top I just drew a Diamond. I had not come up with a word yet, but was ready to do some work and meditation. 

I had music on, adding numbers, playing with numbers, making every match up in my head to numbers I was working on. You know; 157, 287, 100, 33, etc. For a couple happy hours or more.

Then I started to gaze at the Diamond I drew, in a somewhat trace/altered state by then. Looking at the Diamond, wondering what word should go there.

I "heard" a voice in my head. "Dee, I am 'on Dee" Silent "J", but I heard "Dee, I am John Dee", except John sounded like "on" with no "J" sound.

DIAMOND, the word; "D I AM ON D".

So I replied, "If you are John Dee, tell me a story."

The story I got was in three parts all about him instructing Elizabeth on why and how to name her first born son "William Tudor" so when he had a child he would be "William Tudor I" to fulfill her Seal numbers. Elizabeth told Dee she wanted her son to be known as the most brilliant person to ever live, and to be remembered forever. He told her to use her "Will" to make that happen. I can almost still remember the exact words that came in the story. The final part was a conversation when she was impatient during another visit and Dee was warning her to be patient and be very careful using her "Will" as it can backfire. She got upset and said forcefully to Dee, "I WILL have my WILL!"

Ooops, Dee was right. LOL

That is where I first even thought about "William Tudor. " Funny story...

Funny, huh? 😉

 

 

 

 

 

Hi Rob,

Thank you for sharing with us your INCREDIBLE experience.

D I AM ON D  ! A beautiful, elegant , "brilliant" solution !😃

What a wonderful moment it must have been for you !

Talking about Diamond, the fact is that since my study of MELENCOLIA I , I personally link the Diamond to FRANCIS BACON, inasmuch as DIAMOND = 57 = FRA BACON simple cipher.

But, in my opinion, your experience is confirmed by the kind of "face/ skull" that can be seen on the surface of the diamond shape.

Another proof left in the Sands of Time ? 🙂 

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melencolia_I#/media/Fichier:Dürer_Melancholia_I.jpg

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A DIAMOND, A WHEEL and CUPID !

After all, "Always two there are, a Master and an apprentice"

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/super-shakespeare-mathew-mcfarren.html😉 

 

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THE BACONIAN-ROSICRUCIAN AA HEADPIECE IN THE 1612 TRANSLATION OUT OF THE SPANISH OF LORD BACON'S THE HISTORY OF DON QUIXOTE FATHERED ON MIGUEL DE CERVANTES.

THE ENORMOUS RANGE OF EVIDENCE REVEALING AND CONFIRMING LORD BACON'S AUTHORSHIP OF DON QUIXOTE IS OVERWHELMING AND IRREFUTABLE.

FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN THE TRUE AUTHORSHIP OF DON QUIXOTE SEE THE FOLLOWING:

Francis Carr, Who Wrote Don Quixote (USA: Xlibris, 2004), 198 pages

L. Biddulph, ‘The Great Assizes Holden In Parnassus’, Baconiana, Vol. IV, New Series, January 1896, pp. 42-8

John Hutchinson, ‘Some Thoughts On “Don Quixote”’, Baconiana, Vol. XIV, No. 53, January, 1916, pp. 18-28

Ben. Haworth-Booth, ‘Philips’ Don Quixote. Folio 1687’, Baconiana, Vol. XIV, No. 53, January, 1916, pp. 29-32

Parker Woodward, ‘“Don Quixote”’, Baconiana, Vol. XIV, Third Series, No. 56, October 1916, pp. 173-86

Granville C. Cunningham, ‘Don Quixote’, Baconiana, Vol. XV, No. 58,  April 1917, pp. 110-27

Parker Woodward, ‘Portraits of Cervantes’, Baconiana, Vol. XVIII, No. 63, (Third Series), March 1921, pp. 56-7

S. A. E. Hickson, ‘Review of Bacon-Shakespeare-Cervantes’, Baconiana, Vol. XVII, No. 64, Junes 1922, pp. 50-61

S. A. E. Hickson, ‘Review of Bacon-Shakespeare-Cervantes’, Baconiana, Vol. XVII, No. 65, Junes 1923, pp. 136-42

S. A. E. Hickson, ‘Extracts And Parallels From The Parnassus Plays, Don Quixote And As You Like It’, Baconiana, Vol. XIX, No. 74 (Third Series), June 1928, pp. 175-85

Horace Nickson, ‘The Authorship Of “Don Quixote”’, Baconiana, Vol. 78 (Third Series), February, 1931, pp. 271-85

L. Biddulph, ‘Some Notes On Cervantes’, Baconiana, Vol. XXV, No. 100, July, 1941, pp. 244-9

Edward Johnson, ‘Don Quixote’, Baconiana, Vol. XXVIII, No. 113, October, 1944, pp. 155-7

Dr R. Langdon-Down, ‘Observations On Shelton’s Don Quixote’, Baconiana, Vol. XXXVI, No. 143, July, 1952, pp. 58-67

G. S. O., ‘The Frontispiece Of Volume 1 Of Don Quixote De  La Mancha, (1615) A Bibliographical Discovery’, Baconiana, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 147, December 1953, pp. 107-10

Pierre Henrion, ‘A Most Humurous Quixotic Quest’, Baconiana, Vol. LXII, No. 179, October 1979, pp. 13-26

Francis Carr, ‘Cervantes, England and Don Quixote’, Baconiana, Vol. LXXVI, No. 193, 1995, pp. 54-59

Francis Carr, ‘Who Wrote Don Quixote?’, Baconiana, Vol. LXXVII, No. 194, 1997, pp. 21-30

John S. Alabaster, ‘Word-Length Frequency In Sonnets Of Shakespeare and Don Quixote’, Baconiana, Vol. LXXVII, No. 194, 1997, p. 31.

John S. Alabaster, ‘Some Further Links Between Francis Bacon and Don Quixote’, Baconiana, Vol. XXXIX, No. 196, June 1999, pp. 5-41

John Alabaster, ‘An Analysis Of The Latin In Bacon’s Promus’, Baconiana, Vol. XXXIX, No. 196, June 1999, pp. 55-97

For further articles and information See: https://sirbacon.org/search_gcse/?q=DON QUIXOTE

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2 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

THE BACONIAN-ROSICRUCIAN AA HEADPIECE IN THE 1612 TRANSLATION OUT OF THE SPANISH OF LORD BACON'S THE HISTORY OF DON QUIXOTE FATHERED ON MIGUEL DE CERVANTES.

THE ENORMOUS RANGE OF EVIDENCE REVEALING AND CONFIRMING LORD BACON'S AUTHORSHIP OF DON QUIXOTE IS OVERWHELMING AND IRREFUTABLE.

 

Hi A Phoenix,

First of all , thank you for your incredible and precious work !  🙏

 

Here is what I found in the Author's Preface to the READER.

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There are 33 words from "THOU" to "imagined." (First full-stop) 33 = BACON

w + d + d + d = 33 = BACON   THOU BACON

 WILL TUDOR - SON 

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Having watched the last video of Jake, I am sad to tell you that the following is just a theory, not a discovery,

because of the lack of scientific methodology ! 🤭

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I SWEAR THIS TO BE SECRET (I COULD NOT TRANSGRESSE)

WIT (or WT I , William Tudor I)

ELISA TUDOR's (humorous) SON

 

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To the Reader - Shakespeare's FIRST FOLIO (1623)

WIT is the 33rd word and 33 = BACON

Best regards,

Yann

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A thought...

WIT could also be short for William Tudor as Wi T, as Francis Bacon could be Fr B.

Thing is, until Bacon had a son and was King, he wouldn't quite be William Tudor I. That, I believe, is why Bacon was so very careful to not have a child until he was King. He waited and waited, being very careful to not mess up the plan, so to speak.

Sonnet 11, the final Sonnet of the first Tier which has letters to add up to 157 Simple cipher tells part of the story, especially at the end:

As fast as thou shalt wane, so fast thou grow'st,
In one of thine, from that which thou departest;
And that fresh blood which youngly thou bestow'st,
Thou mayst call thine when thou from youth convertest,
Herein lives wisdom, beauty, and increase;
Without this folly, age, and cold decay:
If all were minded so, the times should cease
And threescore year would make the world away.
Let those whom nature hath not made for store,
Harsh, featureless, and rude, barrenly perish:
Look, whom she best endow'd, she gave thee more;
Which bounteous gift thou shouldst in bounty cherish:
She carv'd thee for her seal, and meant thereby,
Thou shouldst print more, not let that copy die.

 

Listen, "She carv'd thee for her seal, and meant thereby, Thou shouldst print more, not let that copy die."

She named William Tudor to be her 157 and 287 Seal, just as the RC and Bacon had done with their works for Strength and Permanence.

But, he needed to have a son after he was King to fulfill her "Will" to be William Tudor I to have those cipher numbers. William should "print" more, not let his name die.

"Print"? Curious how close that is to "Prince."

PRINT is 73 Simple cipher. PRINCE is 72 Simple cipher, so needs 1 added to be Print.

PRINCE + 1.

William needed to "Prince" more by 1 to become William Tudor I.

So WIT may be Wi T while waiting and hoping to be WTI.

Just a thought.

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Ok, an old dog learning a new trick. 🙂

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Back to my old tricks...

157 characters up to "conuertest". There are 22 words up to the word "bloud" which has the "b" to spell Bacon. Add 22 to the 11 on top of the Sonnet, you get 33 the Simple cipher of Bacon. Counting the characters, the "b" of "bloud" is the 92nd character, and 92 is the Reverse cipher of Bacon.

Original spelling:

AS fast as thou shalt wane so fast thou grow'st,
In one of thine, from that which thou departest,
And that fresh bloud which yongly thou bestow'st,
Thou maist call thine, when thou from youth conuertest,
Herein liues wisdome, beauty, and increase,
Without this follie, age, and could decay,
If all were minded so, the times should cease,
And threescoore yeare would make the world away:
Let those whom nature hath not made for store,
Harsh, featurelesse, and rude , barrenly perrish,
Looke whom she best indow'd, she gaue the more;
Which bountious guift thou shouldst in bounty cherrish,
   She caru'd thee for her seale, and ment therby,
   Thou shouldst print more, not let that coppy die.

What about the "I I", the eleven of Sonnet 11? Two ones? Two A's? A Double A?

I = 9 Simple cipher.

9+9=18

9x9=81

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This Sonnet about Bacon and William Tudor is "Sealed" with 157 as the first letters, "AIATHWIALHLWST" which add up to 157 Simple cipher. The eleven is "I I", two pillars. Funny how 11 and 157 appear together so often in the Sonnets, but that's another topic for another day.  Plus the magic "Time" number 1881, if you Will, to connect past and future as one.

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