In honor of SirBacon.org’s 25th Anniversary I wish to acknowledge Thomas Bockenham for his Work and especially for his discovery, thanks to a 13 by 13 square , of the true identity of the Bard concealed on Shakespeare Monument.
Interestingly, the nef, that is the french word for “nave”, was “a 16th century clock in the form of a ship having mechanical devices to illustrate astronomical movements.” (Merriam-Webster)
With the name FRANCIS BACON forming the two Pillars of Hercules, I think that it is a direct reference to the frontispiece of Francis Bacon’s Book Instauratio Magna .
In regard of the Letter H, I already mentionned on the B’Hive Community that in my opinion, the secret of this letter was given by Ben Jonson in his English Grammar, published posthumesly in 1640 :
“And though I dare not say she is (as I have heard one call her) the Queen -mother of consonants ; yet she is the life and quickening of c, g, p, s, t, w .”
Talking about the Letter H and the Queen mother, I made a discovery few days ago, as I was looking for the best gift to offer on the 25th anniversary of SirBacon.org.
This discovery gave birth to the following video that I am very happy to share with you .