Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Bacon's Signature Ciphers in Shakespeare -43B- Silvia

14)  In this same play, on significant page number 33, we have a song beginning with a question of identity: “Who is Silvia”. The name Silvia has a Kay count of 146, which equals the Latin name of ‘Baconi’ which is used on some of his books. In addition, in the right column across from this poem, starting at the bottom of the column, the first letter capitals spell out “TIS FB”. ‘Tis’ is often used in the First Folio for “it is”.

Interestingly, on page 146 of the Histories, in The Second Part of King Henry the Sixt, there is in the first and last paragraphs, a mention of “St. Albans”.

At this link you can see several book titles with a version of his name of 'Baconi':

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