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for an exciting Discovery is about to be revealed to you.


Sir Francis Bacon, John Dee, Elizabeth I, Shakespeare's Sonnets

           
     
           
     


     

  
  


  
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Setting forth in the adventure,

By wishing well, wisheth living ever.



Our poet promised these sonnets

To the onlie and insuing eternitie,

That begetter of all happinesse.




W.M.
 
H.

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H A K E-S P E A R E S,
SONNETS.

This website will demonstrate several incredible and some very surprising 
"coincidences"
which are contained in the nearly 400 year old collection of poems written by "William Shakespeare".

Light-of-Truth.com will not attempt to convince you that the ciphers presented on this site 
were part of an intricate and deliberate design by William Shakespeare.
Light-of-Truth.com will merely show them to you from that perspective.
In fact, you are encouraged to make your own interpretations of the numbers that will be shown to you.
Any "rational Human-being" would certainly dismiss the following examples as pure coincidence.

For the purpose of demonstrating these cipher coincidences,
Light-of-Truth.com will present one "possible" theory.

The theory you will see is uniquely original and exclusively presented by Light-of-Truth.com,
but may one day be widely Known as the only accepted Truth about these Sonnets.

The solution to the Sonnets Dedication Poem cipher
reveals an interesting design with great Rosicrucian significance.


FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,
That thereby beauties
Rose might neuer die,



    
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wo Tables of KEYS:

(For a clean printable Adobe PDF version of the Keys, click here.)

The first Key is a very basic Table containing the 26 letters of our alphabet on the left of the rows
and 15 columns of numbers which go up to 365 that correspond to those letters.

  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O
A 001 027 053 079 105 131 157 183 209 235 261 287 313 339 365
B 002 028 054 080 106 132 158 184 210 236 262 288 314 340  
C 003 029 055 081 107 133 159 185 211 237 263 289 315 341
D 004 030 056 082 108 134 160 186 212 238 264 290 316 342
E 005 031 057 083 109 135 161 187 213 239 265 291 317 343
F 006 032 058 084 110 136 162 188 214 240 266 292 318 344
G 007 033 059 085 111 137 163 189 215 241 267 293 319 345
H 008 034 060 086 112 138 164 190 216 242 268 294 320 346
I 009 035 061 087 113 139 165 191 217 243 269 295 321 347
J 010 036 062 088 114 140 166 192 218 244 270 296 322 348
K 011 037 063 089 115 141 167 193 219 245 271 297 323 349
L 012 038 064 090 116 142 168 194 220 246 272 298 324 350
M 013 039 065 091 117 143 169 195 221 247 273 299 325 351
N 014 040 066 092 118 144 170 196 222 248 274 300 326 352
O 015 041 067 093 119 145 171 197 223 249 275 301 327 353
P 016 042 068 094 120 146 172 198 224 250 276 302 328 354
Q 017 043 069 095 121 147 173 199 225 251 277 303 329 355
R 018 044 070 096 122 148 174 200 226 252 278 304 330 356
S 019 045 071 097 123 149 175 201 227 253 279 305 331 357
T 020 046 072 098 124 150 176 202 228 254 280 306 332 358
U 021 047 073 099 125 151 177 203 229 255 281 307 333 359
V 022 048 074 100 126 152 178 204 230 256 282 308 334 360
W 023 049 075 101 127 153 179 205 231 257 283 309 335 361
X 024 050 076 102 128 154 180 206 232 258 284 310 336 362
Y 025 051 077 103 129 155 181 207 233 259 285 311 337 363
Z 026 052 078 104 130 156 182 208 234 260 286 312 338 364

The second Key is using an Elizabethan 24 letter alphabet where the "J" is represented as an "I",
futhermore the "U" and "V" are used interchangeably.
The Table below shows the four sets of numbers we will use for each letter:
These ciphers are Known to Baconians as;
"Simple", "Reverse", "Short", and "Kaye" ciphers.

SIMPLE

REVERSE

SHORT

KAYE

A

1

24

1

27

B

2

23

2

28

C

3

22

3

29

D

4

21

4

30

E

5

20

5

31

F

6

19

6

32

G

7

18

7

33

H

8

17

8

34

I

9

16

9

35

J

9

16

9

35

K

10

15

1

10

L

11

14

2

11

M

12

13

3

12

N

13

12

4

13

O

14

11

5

14

P

15

10

6

15

Q

16

9

7

16

R

17

8

8

17

S

18

7

9

18

T

19

6

1

19

U

20

5

2

20

V

20

5

2

20

W

21

4

3

21

X

22

3

4

22

Y

23

2

5

23

Z

24

1

6

24



 

Now that we have these Two Tables of Keys out in the open,
you might ask, "What we should do with them?"

Light-of-Truth.com will now demonstrate to you a never before seen example
 of how these two Keys work together in the Sonnets:

Lines 1 - 5 of the Sonnets begin with these letters: F T B H B

Lines 6 - 10 of the Sonnets begin with these letters: F M T T A

Lines 11 - 15 of the Sonnets begin with these letters: W A P T W

(Adding up the "Simple" ciphers of those letters we get the following totals.)


F(6) + T(19) + B(2) + H(8) + B(2) = 37

F(6) + M(12) + T(19) + T(19) + A(1) = 57

W(21) + A(1) + P(15) + T(19) + W(21) = 77

(Take the totals, 37, 57, and 77, and cross reference them using the first Table.)

37 = K
57
= E 
77
= Y 

Which spells out the word: "KEY".

"Nil nisi clavis deest"
Where does this Key come from?
It is the theory presented by
Light-of-Truth.com that these Tables were designed by John Dee.


John Dee (1527-1608)
Astrologer to Queen Elizabeth I
and an important 16th Century mathematician.


 
A wonderful example of how John Dee used the "Simple" and "Kaye" ciphers
is revealed when we add up the cipher numbers in the Title of his famous
esoteric book of 1564 called, "Monas Heiroglyphica".

MONAS = 58 Simple Cipher

MONAS HEIROGLYPHICA = 188 Simple Cipher

Now compare these two cipher numbers with the cipher numbers of the name John Dee:

JOHN DEE = 58 Simple Cipher and 188 Kaye Cipher

John Dee has given us an example of how an author 
may use these cipher methods to place a "signature" into their creations.

The combination of the Simple and Kaye Ciphers is a popular number cipher method 
that was used in Elizabethan times by John Dee and others, including William Shakespeare.
The Reverse Cipher and Short Cipher are also used extensively throughout the works of the day,
and reveal many historic and little known facts about the times in which these Masters lived.


Let's look to Shakespeare's Sonnets, OK?

DEE = 14 Simple Cipher
JOHN DEE = 58 Simple Cipher
JOHN DEE = 188 Kaye Cipher

Line 188 of the Sonnets is line 6 of Sonnet 14. 
There we see two Dee cipher numbers, 14 and 188.

The first letters of the first 6 lines of Sonnet 14 are: N A B O N P

N = 13
A =   1
B =   2
O = 14
N = 13
P =  15
        58 Total

So far we have Sonnet 14, which is the Simple Cipher number for "Dee", 
and we have Line 188 that is the Kaye Cipher number for "John Dee",
and we have the first letters of the first 6 lines of Sonnet 14
which take us up to Line 188
"N A B O N P"
that add up to the Simple Cipher 58
which is the Simple Cipher number of "John Dee". 
Now if the words of these lines are related to Dee would you be surprised?

Read them:


Sonnet 14


01   Not from the stars do I my judgment pluck,
02   And yet methinks I have astronomy,
03   But not to tell of good, or evil luck,
04   Of plagues, of dearths, or seasons' quality,
05   Nor can I fortune to brief minutes tell;
06   Pointing to each his thunder, rain and wind,


Remember line 6 is Line 188 of the Sonnets.

Do those lines sound like they are hinting at "Prospero"?

The Tempest: Act III, Scene iii:

Alonso:

                         O, it is monstrous! monstrous!
Methought the billows spoke and told me of it;
The winds did sing it to me; and the thunder,
That deep and dreadful organ-pipe, pronounc'd
The name of Prosper: it did bass my trespass.

Is "Prospero" representative of John Dee?
It is commonly accepted that "Prospero" was based on Elizabeth's astrologer, "John Dee".
Surely the first 6 lines in Sonnet 14 are referring to Dee then.

The next line in the Sonnet is number 7:


07   Or say with Princes if it shall go well

Princes? What Princes?
What do the numbers tell us?
This is one of the mysteries that we will pursue in our study of the cipher
"coincidences".

Remember that the Simple Cipher of John Dee is 58,
and the Kaye Cipher of John Dee is 188.
Now if we refer back to the first Key Table and cross-reference the numbers 58 and 188,
we find that both numbers reside in the row, "F".

"FRom fairest creatures we desire increase,"

Is this a possible "signature" for John Dee using the very first letter of the Sonnets?
Light-of-Truth.com suggests that Dee built the mathematical design of the Tables,
but why would he put so much work into something to just give them away to "Shakespeare?
What has Dee to do with Shakespeare anyway?
And what "Princes" does he say if it shall go well?





This website will reveal some of the more interesting places where this number system was used,
and will teach the Truth Seeker how to make their own discoveries.
This site will also supply a extensive map to an elaborate Labyrinth which contains many exciting
but forgotten secret lessons and incredible surprises to those who take the time to search for them.
Light-of-Truth.com will open your eyes to the hidden and mystical world of Shakespeare's Sonnets,
and will give you enough experience to begin your own search,
but will not give up all the secrets so far discovered by this writer.
To do so would be to take away from you one of the most exciting adventures that a Truth Seeker may ever undertake.
I'd recommend that you pay close attention to the paths that this site will lead you on,
and that you keep a keen eye ready for possible clues that will be sparkling just beneath the surface,
even though not pointed out by
Light-of-Truth.com.
In this way the "Light of Truth" may shine from the shadows and be a beacon
to lead you to a Higher Understanding of Shakespeare, the Universe, and yourself.




Table of Contents

 


 

Below is a Table of Links to the 14 Tiers of the Pyramid, the 365 Days,
and the text of Shakespeare's Sonnets with their appropriate total Line numbers.
Set your screen resolution to 1024 x 768 or better for optimum viewing.
(Windows: Go to Control Panel, click on Display, then Settings, and change to 1024 x 768)
14 Tiered Pyramid

The True Mathematical Relationship of 
Shakespeare's 154 Sonnets 
to the 14 Tiered Pyramid 
and 365 Days


Table Links:

Tier 01 (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 01)
Day 001 - 026
Lines 0001 - 0154
Sonnet 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11
Tier 02  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 02)
Day 027 - 052
Lines 0155 - 0308
Sonnet 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 - 22
Tier 03  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 03)
Day 053 - 078
Lines 0309 - 0462
Sonnet 23 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 - 32 - 33
Tier 04  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 04)
Day 079 - 104
Lines 0463 - 0616
Sonnet 34 - 35 - 36 - 37 - 38 - 39 - 40 - 41 - 42 - 43 - 44
Tier 05  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 05)
Day 105-130
Lines 0617 - 0770
Sonnet 45 - 46 - 47 - 48 - 49 - 50 - 51 - 52 - 53 - 54 - 55
Tier 06  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 06)
Day 131 - 156
Lines 0771 - 0924
Sonnet 56 - 57 - 58 - 59 - 60 - 61 - 62 - 63 - 64 - 65 - 66
Tier 07  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 07)
Day 157 - 182
Lines 0925 - 1078
Sonnet 67 - 68 - 69 - 70 - 71 - 72 - 73 - 74 - 75 - 76 - 77
Tier 08  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 08)
Day 183 - 208
Lines 1079 - 1232
Sonnet 78 - 79 - 80 - 81 - 82 - 83 - 84 - 85 - 86 - 87 - 88
Tier 09  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 09)
Day 209 - 234
Lines 1233 - 1387
Sonnet 89 - 90 - 91 - 92 - 93 - 94 - 95 - 96 - 97 - 98 - 99
Tier 10  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 10)
Day 235 - 260
Lines 1388 - 1541
Sonnet 100 - 101 - 102 - 103 - 104 - 105 - 106 - 107 - 108 - 109 - 110
Tier 11  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 11)
Day 261 - 286
Lines 1542 - 1695
Sonnet 111 - 112 - 113 - 114 - 115 - 116 - 117 - 118 - 119 - 120 - 121
Tier 12  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 12)
Day 287 - 312
Lines 1696 - 1847
Sonnet 122 - 123 - 124 - 125 - 126 - 127 - 128 - 129 - 130 - 131 - 132
Tier 13  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 13)
Day 313 - 338
Lines 1848 - 2001
Sonnet 133 - 134 - 135 - 136 - 137 - 138 - 139 - 140 - 141 - 142 - 143
Tier 14  (Printable Adobe Acrobat version Tier 14)
Day 339 - 364
Lines 2002 - 2155
Sonnet 144 - 145 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 149 - 150 - 151 - 152 - 153 - 154
365 Days
Table 26 x 14 with 364 links
plus Day 365
Tiers 01-07 
Ciphers: Simple / Reverse / Short / Kaye
Sonnets 1 - 77
Tiers 08-14 
Ciphers: Simple / Reverse / Short / Kaye
Sonnets 78 - 154

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