Sapere Aude – Part 1

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Yesterday evening, Miverva, the Spear-shaker, inspired me a grid and I decided to share it with you.

The idea is to give the curious and interested ones among you the opportunity to discover, by yourself, the Truth behind the Work of Shake-speare, and to feel the explorer’s excitement about unveiling a mystery !

After all, the journey is more important than the destination !

Depending on your interest, I will occasionaly highlight some words of this grid, and I will give you a clue that will help you to progress in the labyrinth that is the First Folio.

After the Da Vinci Code are you ready for the First Folio Code ?

LET’S BEGIN !

Did you know that SPEARE is the anagram of the latin word SAPERE meaning TO KNOW ?

SAPERE AUDE is a Latin phrase meaning “Dare to know”
It appears in the First Book of Letters (20 BC), by the Roman poet Horace.
Dimidium facti, qui coepit, habet; sapere aude, incipe.
“He who has begun is half done; dare to know; begin!”

Shake-speare makes a reference to this phrase of Horace twice in the same play.

IN FACT, FRANCIS BACON (ALIAS SHAKE-SPEARE) USED “SAPERE AUDE” TO HIDE ALMOST ALL THE TRUTH ABOUT HIM !!!

And 4 videos will be required to share it with you !

Here is the first part.

I hope you will enjoy it !

Image of Quintus Horatius Flaccus by Anton von Werner(1843-1915) from the book Bibliothek des allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens. Bd. 5 (1905)
https://commons.wikimedia.org/…/File:Quintus_Horatius_Flacc… – Anton von Werner, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons