Our English Homer, p. Pott founded the Francis Bacon Society in and published her Bacon-centered theory in There have been many ingenious, complicated and sometimes nutty efforts to show that Bacon hid the evidence of his authorship within the works themselves, in code or cipher.
Our English Homer, pp.
Friedman, which is thought to have pretty much demolished cryptographical claims for Bacon. Here is line 68 in English and Bakish: Of that same ignorance which makes Sk bmeb aeqi nlrsyergi cmngm qeoia The letters "tsamei" translate into "baeqin," which also counts as "bacon.
The letter may have been written either to Lord Burghley before or Lord Somerset The American art collector Walter Conrad Arensberg — believed that Bacon had concealed messages in a variety of ciphers, relating to a secret history of the time and the esoteric secrets of the Rosicrucians, in the Shakespearean works.
Each "typeface 1" letter in the false message is replaced with an A and each "typeface 2" letter is replaced with a B. Otherwise," declared Caldecott, "it is not easily explicable. Archibald nevertheless wishes he could escape by picking up a nearby battle-axe hanging on the wall and "dot this doddering old ruin one just above the imitation necklace".
Occurrences of the letters "x" and "z" in a string are not a problem, as we simply ignore them.
The Friedmans had worked with Gallup. University of Illinois Press. Given this letter alphabet, Leary believes Bacon then replaced each letter with the one that comes four places later.
Since so many of the same points are raised by both Baconians and Oxfordians, the case for Shakespeare is ably presented elsewhere on the Shakespeare Authorship page. In this case it would have been resting now upon his head by almost common consent.
Shakespeare grew up in a family of some importance in Stratford; his father John Shakespeareone of the wealthiest men in Stratford, was an Alderman and later High Bailiff of the corporation.
The final paragraph of the Gesta Grayorum — see Figure — uses a "greater lessens the smaller" construction that occurs in an exchange from the Merchant of Venice —975. As far back asa New York Herald scribe bemoaned the waste of "considerable blank ammunition [ According to Owen, Bacon revealed that Elizabeth was secretly married to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicesterwho fathered both Bacon himself and Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essexthe latter ruthlessly executed by his own mother in Dawbarn in Uncrowned The narrator remarks that the speech was "unusually lucid and simple for a Baconian".
Thus "A" becomes "E," "B" becomes "F," and so on. His plays were masterminded by Francis Bacon who used a ouija board to enslave playwriting ghosts.
The Gesta Grayorum  is a pamphlet of 68 pages first published in The kind of cipher Leary uses to generate what I call Bakish "bacons" is known as a "Caesar cipher," after Julius Caesar, who is thought to have used a letter-substitution cipher.May 01, · How to Encode and Decode Using the Vigènere Cipher.
The Vigenère cipher is a method of encryption that uses a series of different "Caesar ciphers" based on the letters of a keyword. In a Caesar cipher, each letter in the passage is moved a 86%(7).
Write them as A for not bold and B for bold letters, in groups of 5: 1) AAAAB 2) AAAAA 3) AAABA 4) ABBAB 5) ABBAA The Baconian alphabet consists of a different combination of A's and B's for each letter of the alphabet (two versions available).
An online, on-the-fly Baconian cipher encoder/decoder. About this tool. This tool uses bacon-cipher to encode any string you enter in the ‘plaintext’ field, or to decode any Bacon-encoded ciphertext you enter in the other field.
Made by @mathias — fork this on GitHub! The temptation to find new Baconian ciphers is a powerful one, however, and Penn Leary, who greatly admires the Friedmans and who is determined to avoid the errors that they found in earlier Baconian works, believes that he has uncovered the actual cipher Bacon used to sign "Shakespeare's" works.
BaconCipher is a substitution cipher where a message is concealed in the form of a series of characters. Given below is how each letter of the alphabet is represented as a baconian cipher. Baconian Cipher Introduction §.
The Baconian cipher is named after its inventor, Sir Francis Bacon. The Baconian cipher is a substitution cipher in which each letter is replaced by a sequence of 5 characters.Download