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|LC Classifications||PR2944 .G2 1899|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., xvi p., 3 l., 246 p., 2 l.|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||38002097|
How the weather works Living in urban communities The fifth witness You know what you could be: tuning into the s Long tall texan Zoophytes: with special reference to the buchan coast Little grey rabbit's country book The bi-literal cypher of sir francis bacon discovered in his works and deciphered Thunderer You, inc.: the art of selling. For when the Shakespearean code is deciphered, it reveals that Sir Francis Bacon was the firstborn son of Queen Elizabeth, “the Virgin Queen,” and the Earl of Leicester. The decoded cipher in the folio reads, “Queen Elizabeth is my true mother, and I am the lawful heir to the throne.
If you find the name of a book without any other information, you may be sure that my present resources have been exhausted without result. It was also necessary to decide whether or not to include Commercial Code Books, Books on the Shakespeare-Bacon Controversy, Works of Fiction using a cipher in the plot, and books remotely connected with. London, Joannis Haviland, [later altered in manuscript to ]. Small folio. Bound in a lovely early 19th century full vellum binding with gilt borders to boards and gilt ornamentations and gilt title-label to front hinge cracked, but bidning still tight. A bit of edge wear, but overall very nice. Woodcut title-vignettes (burning heart) and woodcut initials.
The key, here, is that the un-named "bearer" believed the author was Roger Bacon, the 13th century Franciscan monk, philosopher, magician, and had been persecuted for his writings and scientific discoveries, and referred in his works to the necessity of hiding his great secrets in cipher. This emphasis on Roger Bacon’s authorship will become clear in later development. Elizabeth Wells Gallup, The Tragedy of Anne Boleyn: A Drama in Cipher Found in the Works of Sir Francis Bacon (Detroit, MI: Howard, ), See Elizabeth Wells Gallup, “Announcement,” in The Bi-literal Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon, Discovered in His Works, – Google ScholarAuthor: Jeffrey Kahan.
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Excerpt from The Bi-Literal Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in His Works, and Deciphered The work hidden takes the form of a series of letters, or divisions, each being closed with a signature of Francis Bacon, or with initials or some one of the titles he bore.1/5(1).
Full text of "The bi-literal cypher of Sir Francis Bacon discovered in his works and deciphered" See other formats. Her first book was The Biliteral Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in his Works and Deciphered by Mrs Elizabeth Wells Gallup, published inand then in multiple other editions into the 20th century.
In later years her work was largely sponsored by Colonel George Fabyan at. (Elizabeth Wells Gallup, The Bi-Literal Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in His Works and Deciphered, p.
48). De Augmentis Scientiarum (The following excerpt is a translation from Francis Bacon's Latin by Gilbert Wats,including all its spelling oddities and capital letter peculiarities.) "Wherefore let us come to C Y P H A R S.
Concerning the bi-literal cypher of Francis Bacon, discovered in his works. Pros and cons of the controversy / 5 The bi-literal cypher of Sir Francis Bacon discovered in his works and deciphered by Mrs Elixabeth Wells Gallup.
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The demonstration of a possible code in the works of Francis Bacon.5/5(1). Liz Wells. 24 Feb Paperback. The Bi-Literal Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in His Works and Deciphered.
Elizabeth Wells Gallup. 25 May Hardback. US$ Add to basket. The Bi-literal Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in His Works and Deciphered. Elizabeth Wells B Gallup. 24 Aug Paperback. US$ The bi-literal cypher of Sir Francis Bacon discovered in his works and deciphered (Detroit, Howard pub. co., London, Gay & Bird, ), by Elizabeth Gallup (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The cipher in the plays and on the tombstone.
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Edward D. Johnson, from his book, The Shaksper Illusion, says, "Francis Bacon's Promus is by itself sufficient evidence to show that the man who wrote the Promus also wrote the "Shakespeare" Plays. The most important evidence in the Promus is the word ALBADA, Spanish for good dawning (Folio ).
This expression good dawning' only appears once in English print, namely, in the play of King. Bacon, Francis –De Augmentis Scientiarum () Donnelly, Ignatius, The Great Cryptogram () Friedman, William F. and Elizebeth S., The Shakespearean Ciphers Examined.
(Cambridge University Press, ) Wells Gallup, Elizabeth – The Biliteral Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in His Works and Deciphered by Mrs. Elizabeth Wells. In subsequent years she published a large body of literature claiming to have uncovered deciphered content in the work of Bacon, Shakespeare and others.
Her first book was The Biliteral Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon Discovered in his Works and Deciphered by Mrs Elizabeth Wells Gallup, published inand then in multiple other editions into.
In The bi-literal Cypher of Sir Francis Bacon discovered in his Works and Deciphered (Detroit, ), Elizabeth Wells Gallup claimed to find coded messages where there were variations in typeface in the early printings of Shakespeare’s plays.
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This thoroughly researched book from is out of print but copies can be found in libraries or on the Internet. Mr. Friedman, a professional cryptologist who helped decode the tantalizing Enigma ciphers employed by the Nazis during World War II, has been called one of America’s foremost cryptographers.The important characteristic of nonfiction genre is that the author is plenipotentiary to bedeck the story with his own opinion, express his view.
Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and .The bi-literal cypher of Sir Francis Bacon discovered in his works and deciphered (Detroit, Mich., Howard Publishing Company, ), by Elizabeth Wells Gallup (page images at HathiTrust) The bi-literal cypher of Sir Francis Bacon discovered in his works and deciphered.