> In Love’s Labours Lost, Act V Scene 1, there is
> a 27 letter long
> word—honorificabilitudinitatibus. It is entirely
> the design of Francis Bacon, with construction as
> follows—honor |f| bac |L|tud|n|tat|sub.
> If you look carefully you will see that the the
> message is as follows—honor Francis Bacon
> legitimate Tudor and substituted.
> He is trying to tell us that he is the eldest son
> of Elizabeth I, his father being Robert Dudley,
> Earl of Leicester.
> He did it in twenty-seven letters because 3 to the
> power of 3. Bacon was deeply into ciphers and
> signed himself as “33”. It is the alphabetic
> value of “BACON”, according to the alphabet of
> his time, of 24 letters.
I agree that the occurrence of honorificabilitudinatibus is significant. The word honorificabilitudiniline appears on the infamous Northumberland document along with scribblings about Bacon, Nash, Neville and Shakespeare.
Exploring the gematrical aspect further - honorificabilitudinitibus has a value of 287, which is the same as the number of letters in Ben jonson's "To the Reader" poem. Also 287 is the supposed year that the somewhat mythical masonic figure of St.Alban took office. Bacon was Viscount St.Alban.
Furthermore fbacan is hidden in this piece in Love's Labors Lost. Underneath cab in honorificabilitudinitibus you will find naf
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