Monday, October 28, 2013

Bacon's Signature Ciphers in Shakespeare -28- Cipher Chart


Another possible reference to Wilkin’s ‘Rosiecross’ is in the play Cymbeline on a mispaged 389, actually page 379. Here there is what seems like a geometrical cipher on the symbolic name. I've recently learned that this was discovered by Petter Amundsen and also that he says its shape represents a perfect 3-4-5 triangle.

England’s Rosicrucians may have been absorbed into the Freemasons while those on the continent may have gone further underground. Shakespeare scholar Martin Lings in his The Secret of Shakespeare wrote on page 20 that the writings suggest that the author, like Dante, followed a spiritual path and that this implied an attachment to one of the esoteric orders.

Here now is the chart of ciphers the early Baconians developed.  I will be using all the cipher numbers except those shown for the simple count of “FRA BACONI” (42 and 66).

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