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A Visualization of the Baconian Word Cipher — An Unfinished Work

The original public, undecoded text came from Baconiana in 1895: The solution to the decoding: Guide Word Occurrences Honour 3 Reputation 3 Nature 1 Keywords Guessed Here Owen Bacon Detroit Writer Method Here begins our marked-up version of Mr. Millet’s article from Baconiana: As a subscriber to Baconiana, and one intensely interested in whatever may […]

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Mr. Millet’s Worked Example of the Baconian Word Cipher (1895) #2

Sir Francis Bacon invented the Binary Code, the basis for the prevailing Digital World that we all spend our lives living within. In his writings he refers to an “even better” Cipher Method, his ‘Word Cipher’. While he fully documented the Binary Code in his ultra-classic 1623 The Advancement of Learning, he left the method

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1Worx Mr. Millet’s Worked Example of the Baconian Word Cipher (1895) #3

Sir Francis Bacon invented the Binary Code, the basis for the prevailing Digital World that we all spend our lives living within. In his writings he refers to an “even better” Cipher Method, his ‘Word Cipher’. While he fully documented the Binary Code in his ultra-classic 1623 The Advancement of Learning, he left the method

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New Web Page at the New Gorhambury Project

Comparison of Baconian Ciphers:System Architecture of the Great Cryptographic Hedge Maze By FB Decipherer No one previously has attempted to characterize the System Architecture of Francis Bacon’s multi-tier cipher scheme, using the techniques and visualization tools already in routine use by Systems Theory. Below is a kind of interim report of this research effort, still

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I-Tudor-Wrote-Shakespeare.pdf

I have uploaded a pdf to sirbacon.org of the digital edition I created of Margaret Barsi-Greene’s ultra-classic book, I-Tudor-Wrote-Shakespeare (1973, 332 pages). A page on my website explains why i think it so significant https://gorhambury.org/public/exhibits/i-prince-tudor-wrote-shakespeare/ I created the digital edition so it wouldn’t become completely extinct. The copyright expired in 2001. This would fit under

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