Discussion:
beeing an absolute *IOHANNES [F]ACTOTUM*
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Arthur Neuendorffer
2017-12-16 15:50:46 UTC
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Is it not *STRANGE*, that I, to whom they all have beene beholding:
is it not like that you, to whome they all have bee[N]e be-holding,
shall (were yee in that case that I am now) bee both at [ON]ce of
them forsaken? Yes trust them not: for there is an vpstart [C]row,
beautified with our feathers, that with his Tygers hart wr[A]pt in
a Players hyde, supposes he is as well able to bombast out a [B]lanke
verse as the best of you: and beeing an absolute *IOHANNES [F]ACTOTUM*
, is in his owne conceit the onely Shake-scene in a countrey.
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. <= 52 =>
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. Isitnot*STRANGE*thatI towhomthey allhave b e enebeho ldingis
. itnotli kethaty outow hometheyal lhavebe e [N] ebehold ingshal
. lwereye einthat caset hatIamnowb eebotha t [ON] ceofth emforsa
. kenYest rustthe mnotf orthereisa nvpstar t [C] rowbeau tifiedw
. ithourf eathers thatw ithhisTyge rshartw r [A] ptinaPl ayershy
. desuppo sesheis aswel labletobom bastout a [B] lankeve rseasth
. ebestof youandb eeing anabsolute *IOHANNE S [F] ACTOTUM* isinhis
. ownecon ceitthe onely *SHAKESCENE* inacoun t r ey
.
[F.BACON] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 6460
[F.BACO/N] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 4500
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. Sonnet 65

Since brasse, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundlesse sea,
But sad mortallity ore-swaies their power,
How with this rage shall beautie hold a plea,
Whose action is no stronger then a flower?

O how shall summers hunny breath hold out,
Against the wrackfull siedge of battring dayes,
When rocks impregnable are not so stoute,
Nor gates of steele so strong but time decayes?

O feare{F}ull meditation, where alack,
Sh[ALL] times {B}est Iewell from times chest lie hid?
Or wh{A}t strong hand can hold his swift foote ba{C}k,
Or who his spoile of beautie can [FOR]bid?

{O N} [ONE], vnlesse this miracle haue might,
That in black inck my love may still shine bright.
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. <= 34 =>
.
. O f e are {F} u l l m editationwherealackSh
. [A L L]t i mes {B} e s t I ewellfromtimeschestli
. e h i d O rwh {A} t s t r onghandcanholdhisswif
. t f o o t eba {C} k O r w hohisspoileofbeautiec
. a n[F O R]bid {ON} [O N E] vnlessethismiraclehau
. e m i g h tTh a t i n b lackinckmylovemaystil
. l s h i n ebr i g h t
.
{F.BACO/N} 34 : Prob. in Sonnets ~ 1 in 23
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The KJV title page to the 1611
http://tinyurl.com/yafpyqk

At the top, is:

1) the Tetragrammaton "יהוה" ("YHWH"/*26*) over
2) the holy spirit in a form of a dove over
3) a grotesque *St.THOMAS* with a *carpenter's square* in *SHADOW*
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The KJV (1611) Epistle Dedicatory
Loading Image...
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. TO THE MOST HIGH AND MIGHTIE
. (P)rince, (I)AMES by the grace of (G)od
. King of Great Britaine,{FRANC}e, and I{R}ela[N]d,
. Defe{N}der [O]f the F{A}ith, &[C].
. THE TRANSL[A]TORS OF THE [B]IBLE,
. w{IS}h Grace, Mercie, and Pea{C}e, through IESVS
. Christ our Lord.
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Masonic *carpenter's square* :

___ <= 10 =>
.
. {F R A N C.}E A N D I
. {R}E L A[N] D,D E F E
. {N}D E R[O] F T H E F
. {A}I T H[C] T h e T r
. a n s l[A] t o r s o
. f t h e[B] i b l e w
. {I S}h G r a c e,M e
. r c i e,a n d P e a
. {C}e,t h r o u g h I
. E S V S C h r i s t
. o u r L o r d.
.
[BACON] -10 : Prob. ~ 1 in 750
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[BACON] skip < 11 occurs only 8 times in the rest of KJV
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Good [BACON]: gone musty. Shakespeare [BACON]'s wild oats.
Cypherjugglers going the highroads.
*SEEKERS* on the great quest. What town, good *MASTERS*?
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When Rutland[BACON]southamptonshakespeare or another poet of the same
name in the comedy of errors wrote Hamlet he was not the father of
his own son merely but, being no more a son, he was and felt himself
the father of all his race, the father of his own grandfather, the
father of his unborn grandson who, by the same token, nEVER was
born for nature, as Mr Magee understands her, *abhors PERFECTION*
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Finnegans Wake p.332 (8th 100 letter *THUNDER* word)
http://everything2.com/title/thunderword
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Snip snap snoody. *Noo err historyend goody*.
Of a lil trip trap and a big treeskooner for he
put off the ketyl and they made three (for fie!) and
if hec dont love alpy then lad you annoy me. For hanigen
with hunigen still haunt ahunt to finnd their hinnigen

where - Pappappapparrassannuaragheallach[N]atullaghm[O]ngan
macma[C]macwhackf[A]lltherdeb[B]lenonthedubblandaddydoodled
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Joyce would have been familiar with the
simple gematria cipher the letters of [BACON] = #33
and :FRANCIS BACON: = #100

[BACON] cipher starts on the #33rd letter of #100 letters:
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_____ <= 10 x 10 =>

. P a p (p) a p p a p p
. a r r (a) s s a n n u
. a r a (g) h e a l l a
. c h [N](a) t u l l a g
. h m [O](n)(g) a n m a c
. m a [C] m (a) c w h a c
. k f [A] l (l) t h e r d
. e b [B] l (e) n o n t h
. e d u b b l a n d a
. d d y d o o d l e d
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Prob. of [BACON] in one of FW's 10 perfect
10 x 10 arrays: ~ 1 in 855
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and anruly person *CREEKED A JEST*. Gestapose to
*PARRY off CHEEKARS* or frankfurters on the odor.
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. King Lear (Quarto 1, 1608) Act 3, Scene 2
.
. Enter Lear and Foole.
.
Lear: Blow wind & *CRACKE YOUR CHEEKES*, rage, blow
. You caterickes, & Hircanios spout til you haue drencht,
. The steeples drown'd the *COCKES*,
. you su[L]pher[O]us an[D] Thou[G]ht ex[E]cuting fires,
. vaunt-currers to Oke-cleauing *THUNDERboults*,
. singe my white head, And thou *ALL SHAKING THUNDER*,
. smite flat The thicke Rotunditie of the world, *CRACKE* natures
. Mold, all Germains spill at once that make Ingratefull man.
.
[LODGE] 5 : Prob. in speech ~ 1 in 1855
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In his Frontline essay, William Murphy
mentions *THOMAS LODGE* once & only once:
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Thirty-Six Plays in Search of an Author
by William M. Murphy, Union College Symposium 1964
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There are those, like Delia Bacon, who are afflicted with what
has been called the "Corporation Syndrome," holding that such
distinguished literature must be the work of a com{M}i[T]tee.
Its members w{O}u[L]d include, in addi{T}i[O]n to BACON and Oxfor[D],
Robert GREENE, Geor[G]e PEELE, Samuel DANI[E]L, Thomas NASHE,
*THOMAS LODGE*, Michael Drayton, and Thomas Dekker.
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_____ <= 17 =>
.
. m u s t b e t h e w o r k o f a c
. o m {M} i [T] t e e.I t s m e m b e r
. s w {O} u [L] d i n c l u d e,i n a d
. d i {T} i [O] n t o B a c o n a n d O
. x f o r [D] R o b e r t G r e e n e,
. G e o r [G] e P e e l e,S a m u e l
. D a n i [E] l,T h o m a s N a s h e,
. *T H O M A S L O D G E*

[T.LODGE] 17 : Prob. stuck on *THOMAS LODGE* ~ 1 in 100,000
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<<H[E REVE]eals in the Sonnets... that he had latent homosexual tendencies
and that he carried on a protracted and degrading adulterous affair with a
repulsive dark-skin(N)ed lady who probably gave him a l(O)athsome disease.
In short, Shake(S)peare didn't write the plays bec(A)use we don't know enough
about hi(M) -- or because we know too much. The l(A)yman takes his choice.>>
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. a f f a i r w i t h a r e p u l s i v e d a r k-s k i
. n (N) e d l a d y w h o p r o b a b l y g a v e h i m a
. l (O) a t h s o m e d i s e a s e.I n s h o r t,S h a k
. e (S) p e a r e d i d n't w r i t e t h e p l a y s b e
. c (A) u s e w e d o n't k n o w e n o u g h a b o u t h
. i (M) o r b e c a u s e w e k n o w t o o m u c h.T h e
. l (A) y m a n t a k e s h i s c h o i c e.
.
(A MASON) -27
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It should be apparent to anyone possessing normal common sense, then,
that {Shakespeare's authorship} of the works is not merely "pro[B]able"
or "likely," as some softhe[A]ds have put it, but absolutely [C]ompelling.
Yet it is common kn[O]wledge that after Delia [BACON] published her vague
notions about authorship in 1856 defenders of her unorthodox views and
creators of others multiplied like rabbits, and any reader of the
modern newspaper knows that the tribe increases every year.
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________ <= 25 =>
.
. {S h a k e s p e a r e's a u t h o r s h i p} o f t
. h e w o r k s i s n o t m e r e l y"p r o[B] a b l
. e"o r"l i k e l y"a s s o m e s o f t h e[A] d s h
. a v e p u t i t,b u t a b s o l u t e l y[C] o m p
. e l l i n g.Y e t i t i s c o m m o n k n[O] w l e
. d g e t h a t a f t e r D e l i a [B A C O N] p u b
. l i s h e d h e r v a g u e n o t i o n s
.
[BACON] 25 : Prob. stuck on [BACON] ~ 1 in 325
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Art Neuendorffer
nordicskiv2
2017-12-16 18:20:03 UTC
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On Saturday, December 16, 2017 at 10:50:48 AM UTC-5, Arthur Neuendorffer (aka Noonedafter) wrote:

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. <= 52 =>
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. Isitnot*STRANGE*thatI towhomthey allhave b e enebeho ldingis
. itnotli kethaty outow hometheyal lhavebe e [N] ebehold ingshal
. lwereye einthat caset hatIamnowb eebotha t [ON] ceofth emforsa
. kenYest rustthe mnotf orthereisa nvpstar t [C] rowbeau tifiedw
. ithourf eathers thatw ithhisTyge rshartw r [A] ptinaPl ayershy
. desuppo sesheis aswel labletobom bastout a [B] lankeve rseasth
. ebestof youandb eeing anabsolute *IOHANNE S [F] ACTOTUM* isinhis
. ownecon ceitthe onely *SHAKESCENE* inacoun t r ey
.
[F.BACON] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 6460
[F.BACO/N] -52
That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.

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. <= 34 =>
.
. O f e are {F} u l l m editationwherealackSh
. [A L L]t i mes {B} e s t I ewellfromtimeschestli
. e h i d O rwh {A} t s t r onghandcanholdhisswif
. t f o o t eba {C} k O r w hohisspoileofbeautiec
. a n[F O R]bid {ON} [O N E] vnlessethismiraclehau
. e m i g h tTh a t i n b lackinckmylovemaystil
. l s h i n ebr i g h t
.
{F.BACO/N} 34
That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art. And the equidistant letter sequence "FBACOAI" is moronic nonsense.

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___ <= 10 =>
.
. {F R A N C.}E A N D I
. {R}E L A[N] D,D E F E
. {N}D E R[O] F T H E F
. {A}I T H[C] T h e T r
. a n s l[A] t o r s o
. f t h e[B] i b l e w
. {I S}h G r a c e,M e
. r c i e,a n d P e a
. {C}e,t h r o u g h I
. E S V S C h r i s t
. o u r L o r d.
.
[BACON] -10
What makes you think (usual disclaimer) that it's supposed to read "BACON", Art? Reading downward (which is more natural) yields "no cab", possibly a commentary on the decline in availability occasioned by the rise of Uber and Lyft.

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_____ <= 10 x 10 =>
. P a p (p) a p p a p p
. a r r (a) s s a n n u
. a r a (g) h e a l l a
. c h [N](a) t u l l a g
. h m [O](n)(g) a n m a c
. m a [C] m (a) c w h a c
. k f [A] l (l) t h e r d
. e b [B] l (e) n o n t h
. e d u b b l a n d a
. d d y d o o d l e d
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Prob. of [BACON]
What makes you think (usual disclaimer) that it's supposed to read "BACON", Art? Reading downward (which is more natural, and is moreoVER the direction in which "pagan" and "gale" both appear) yields "no cab", possibly a commentary on the decline in their availability occasioned by the rise of Uber and Lyft.

Incidentally, Art, you neVER answered my question: Was St. Carolyn able to determine whether that shirt whose photo you posted is also available in the straitjacket style?

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Art Neuendorffer (aka Noonedafter)
Arthur Neuendorffer
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Arthur Neuendorffer wrote:
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Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
. <= 52 =>
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. Isitnot*STRANGE*thatI towhomthey allhave b e enebeho ldingis
. itnotli kethaty outow hometheyal lhavebe e [N] ebehold ingshal
. lwereye einthat caset hatIamnowb eebotha t [ON] ceofth emforsa
. kenYest rustthe mnotf orthereisa nvpstar t [C] rowbeau tifiedw
. ithourf eathers thatw ithhisTyge rshartw r [A] ptinaPl ayershy
. desuppo sesheis aswel labletobom bastout a [B] lankeve rseasth
. ebestof youandb eeing anabsolute *IOHANNE S [F] ACTOTUM* isinhis
. ownecon ceitthe onely *SHAKESCENE* inacoun t r ey
.
[F.BACON] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 6460
[F.BACO/N] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 4500
Lea wrote: <<That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.>>

You must admit that [F.BACON] is an absolute *IOHANNES [F]ACTOTUM*.
Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
. <= 34 =>
.
. O f e are {F} u l l m editationwherealackSh
. [A L L]t i mes {B} e s t I ewellfromtimeschestli
. e h i d O rwh {A} t s t r onghandcanholdhisswif
. t f o o t eba {C} k O r w hohisspoileofbeautiec
. a n[F O R]bid {ON} [O N E] vnlessethismiraclehau
. e m i g h tTh a t i n b lackinckmylovemaystil
. l s h i n ebr i g h t
.
{F.BACO/N} 34
Lea wrote:

<<That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.>>
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<ALL> <FOR> <ONE>, Dave!
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What needs my Shakespear [FOR] his honour'd B[ONE]s,
The labou[R OF] an age in piled St[ONE]s,
Or that his h[ALL]ow'd reliques should be hid
Under a Star-ypointing Pyramid?
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. Sonnet 76 (1609)
.
. WHy is my verse so barren of new pride?
. So far from variation or quicke *CHANGE*?
. Why with the time do I not glance aside
. {T}o new found methods, and to compounds *STRANGE*?
. {W}hy write I still <ALL> <ONE>, [EVER] the same,
. {A}nd keepe inuention in a *NOT{ED WEED}*,
. {T}hat {EVERy WORD} [D]oth almost fel {M[Y] NAME},
. {S}hewing th[E]ir birth, and whe[R]e {T}hey did proce[E]d?
. {O} k{N}ow sweet love I alw{A}ies writ[E] of you,
. A\n\{D} (Y)ou an[D] love are s(T|I|L)l my argument:
. So <(A)LL> my best is dressing old words new,
. Spending againe what is already spent:
. <FOR> as the Sun is daily new and old,
. So is my loue still telling what is told,
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[T.WATSO\n\] Acrostic Prob. ~ 1 in 5500
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As well as a fascinating ELS:
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____ <= 15 =>
.
(N O T){E D W E E D}(T) h A T {E V
. E R y w o r D}[D](O) t h a l m o
. S T F E L {M [Y](N) A M E},S h e w
. i n g t H [E] I r b i r t h a n
. (D) w h e [R] e {T} h E y D i d p r
. (O) c e [E D] O K {N} o w s w e E t
. (L) o [V E] I a l w {A} i e s w r i
. (T)[E] o f y o u A n {D}(Y) o u a n
. [D] l O v E a r e s (T){I}(L) l m y
. a r g u m e n t: S o (A) l l m y
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{I.DANTE/R} skip -16 {found by James Ferris}
(DOLT) skip 15
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[DEVERE] skip -14 {found by James Ferris}
[DYER] skip 14 {found by A.W.Burgstahler}
[DYEREVED] Prob. in any Sonnet ~ 1 in 3,000
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. *STRANGE* Newes, 1592 by {T}homas {NASHE}
. Printed at London by *{I}ohn {DANTER}*, 1592.
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. Sonnet 76 : 4 X 19 (Metonic cycle)
.
. <= 19 =>
.
. E V E R {T} h e s a m e[A]n d k(E|E)p e
. i n u(E){N}(T)i o n i n a*N O T(E)D W(E)
. E D*T h {A}(T)E V E R y w o r(D|D]o t h
. a l m o {S}(T)F E L m[Y]n a m<E>S h e w
. i n g t {H}[E]i r b i r t h a n d w h e
. [R]e t h {E} y(D)i d p r o c e[E]d
.
{T.NASHE} 19 Prob. in Sonnet 76 ~ 1 in 450
[only *TNASHE* in Sonnets of any skip!]
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Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
___ <= 10 =>
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. {F R A N C.}E A N D I
. {R}E L A[N] D,D E F E
. {N}D E R[O] F T H E F
. {A}I T H[C] T h e T r
. a n s l[A] t o r s o
. f t h e[B] i b l e w
. {I S}h G r a c e,M e
. r c i e,a n d P e a
. {C}e,t h r o u g h I
. E S V S C h r i s t
. o u r L o r d.
.
[BACON] -10
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Lea wrote:

<<What makes you think that it's supposed to read "BACON", Art?
Reading downward (which is more natural) yields "no cab.">>
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[BACON] should be well [HANGED]:
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http://www.sirbacon.org/harneroxford.htm

*HOG HANG'D* alludes to the story Francis Bacon
told in his APOPHTHEGMS about Sir Nicholas Bacon:

<<"Sir Nicholas Bacon being appointed a judge for the northern circuit,
& having brought his trials that came before him to such a pass, as the
passing of sentence on malefactors, he was by one of the malefactors
mightily importuned for to save his life; which, when nothing that
he had said did avail, he at length desired his mercy on account
of kindred.`Prithee,' said my lord judge, `how came that in?'

`Why, if it please you, my lord, your name is Bacon,
and mine is Hog, and in all ages Hog and Bacon have been
so near kindred, that they are not to be separated.'

`Ay, but,' replied judge Bacon,
`you and I cannot be kindred, except you be hanged;
for [HOG] is not [BACON] until it be well [HANGED]."??
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Gon. I haue great comfort from this fellow: methinks

[HE] he hath no drowning marke vpon him, his complexion
[IS] is perfect *GALLOWES* : stand fast good Fate to his han-
[G]ing, make the {rope} of his destiny our *CABLE*, for our
[O]wne doth little aduantage: If he be not borne to bee
[HANG'D], our caf, is miserable.
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[F]or thou must now know farther. [downe,
Mira. You haue often
[B]egun to tell me what I am, but stopt
[A]nd left me to a bootelesse Inquisition,
[CON]cluding, stay:not yet.
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Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
_____ <= 10 x 10 =>
. P a p (p) a p p a p p
. a r r (a) s s a n n u
. a r a (g) h e a l l a
. c h [N](a) t u l l a g
. h m [O](n)(g) a n m a c
. m a [C] m (a) c w h a c
. k f [A] l (l) t h e r d
. e b [B] l (e) n o n t h
. e d u b b l a n d a
. d d y d o o d l e d
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Prob. of [BACON]
Lea wrote:

<<What makes you think (usual disclaimer) that it's supposed to
read "BACON", Art? Reading downward (which is more natural, and
is moreoVER the direction in which "pagan" and "gale" both appear).

The Stratman was something of a "pagan" now, wasn't he!
(And you are a real "Paine!")
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https://www.etymonline.com/word/pagan

pagan (n.) late 14c., from Late Latin paganus "pagan," in classical Latin "villager, rustic; civilian, non-combatant" noun use of adjective meaning "of the country, of a village," from pagus "country people; province, rural district," originally "district limited by markers." As an adjective from early 15c.

Religious sense is often said to derive from conservative rural adherence to the old gods after the Christianization of Roman towns and cities; but the word in this sense predates that period in Church history, and it is more likely derived from the use of paganus in Roman military jargon for "civilian, incompetent soldier," which Christians (Tertullian, c.202; Augustine) picked up with the military imagery of the early Church (such as milites "soldier of Christ," etc.). Applied to modern pantheists and nature-worshippers from 1908.

The English surname Paine, Payne, etc., appears by old records to be from Latin paganus, but whether in the sense "villager," "rustic," or "heathen" is disputed. It also was a common Christian name in 13c., "and was, no doubt, given without any thought of its meaning" ["Dictionary of English Surnames"].
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https://www.etymonline.com/word/gale

gale (n.) "strong wind," especially at sea, 1540s, from gaile "wind," origin uncertain. Perhaps from Old Norse gol "breeze," or Old Danish gal "bad, furious" (often used of weather), which are related to Old Norse galinn "furious, mad, frantic; enchanted, bewitched," from gala "to sing, chant," the wind so called from its raging or on the notion of being raised by spells.
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. Isitnot*STRANGE*thatI towhomthey allhave b e enebeho ldingis
. itnotli kethaty outow hometheyal lhavebe e [N] ebehold ingshal
. lwereye einthat caset hatIamnowb eebotha t [ON] ceofth emforsa
. kenYest rustthe mnotf orthereisa nvpstar t [C] rowbeau tifiedw
. ithourf eathers thatw ithhisTyge rshartw r [A] ptinaPl ayershy
. desuppo sesheis aswel labletobom bastout a [B] lankeve rseasth
. ebestof youandb eeing anabsolute *IOHANNE S [F] ACTOTUM* isinhis
. ownecon ceitthe onely *SHAKESCENE* inacoun t r ey
.
[F.BACON] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 6460
[F.BACO/N] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 4500
Lea wrote: <<That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.>>
You must admit that [F.BACON] is an absolute *IOHANNES [F]ACTOTUM*.
Were you unable to read what I read, Art? I said nothing whateVER about any "Iohannes factotum"; rather, I noted that that was not an equidistant letter sequence.
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. O f e are {F} u l l m editationwherealackSh
. [A L L]t i mes {B} e s t I ewellfromtimeschestli
. e h i d O rwh {A} t s t r onghandcanholdhisswif
. t f o o t eba {C} k O r w hohisspoileofbeautiec
. a n[F O R]bid {ON} [O N E] vnlessethismiraclehau
. e m i g h tTh a t i n b lackinckmylovemaystil
. l s h i n ebr i g h t
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{F.BACO/N} 34
<<That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.>>
<ALL> <FOR> <ONE>, Dave!
...none of which has any bearing on the fact that the above is *NOT* an equidistant letter sequence! You really should learn to count, Art -- although looking for secret messages in equidistant letter sequences is strictly a fool's errand in any case, when one does not know how to count, it is a complete moron's errand.

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. Sonnet 76 (1609)
.
. WHy is my verse so barren of new pride?
. So far from variation or quicke *CHANGE*?
. Why with the time do I not glance aside
. {T}o new found methods, and to compounds *STRANGE*?
. {W}hy write I still <ALL> <ONE>, [EVER] the same,
. {A}nd keepe inuention in a *NOT{ED WEED}*,
. {T}hat {EVERy WORD} [D]oth almost fel {M[Y] NAME},
. {S}hewing th[E]ir birth, and whe[R]e {T}hey did proce[E]d?
. {O} k{N}ow sweet love I alw{A}ies writ[E] of you,
. So <(A)LL> my best is dressing old words new,
. <FOR> as the Sun is daily new and old,
. So is my loue still telling what is told,
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[T.WATSO\n\] Acrostic
That's not an acrostic, Art -- as usual. Just as the above was not an equidistant letter sequence. The actual "acrostic" in the above sonnet would read "WSWTWATSOASSFS", which is moronic nonsense. However, there *is* a five-letter partial acrostic, addressing you, beginning on the eighth line.

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(N O T){E D W E E D}(T) h A T {E V
. E R y w o r D}[D](O) t h a l m o
. S T F E L {M [Y](N) A M E},S h e w
. i n g t H [E] I r b i r t h a n
. (D) w h e [R] e {T} h E y D i d p r
. (O) c e [E D] O K {N} o w s w e E t
. (L) o [V E] I a l w {A} i e s w r i
. (T)[E] o f y o u A n {D}(Y) o u a n
. [D] l O v E a r e s (T){I}(L) l m y
. a r g u m e n t: S o (A) l l m y
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{I.DANTE/R} skip -16
"IDANTER" is moronic nonsense, Art.

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. {F R A N C.}E A N D I
. {R}E L A[N] D,D E F E
. {N}D E R[O] F T H E F
. {A}I T H[C] T h e T r
. a n s l[A] t o r s o
. f t h e[B] i b l e w
. {I S}h G r a c e,M e
. r c i e,a n d P e a
. {C}e,t h r o u g h I
. E S V S C h r i s t
. o u r L o r d.
.
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<<What makes you think
...usual disclaimer, Art -- don't edit it out!
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that it's supposed to read "BACON", Art?
Reading downward (which is more natural) yields "no cab.">>
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That doesn't answer the question at all, Art.

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_____ <= 10 x 10 =>
. P a p (p) a p p a p p
. a r r (a) s s a n n u
. a r a (g) h e a l l a
. c h [N](a) t u l l a g
. h m [O](n)(g) a n m a c
. m a [C] m (a) c w h a c
. k f [A] l (l) t h e r d
. e b [B] l (e) n o n t h
. e d u b b l a n d a
. d d y d o o d l e d
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Prob. of [BACON]
<<What makes you think (usual disclaimer)
Good for you, Art! You accurately quoted my use of the usual disclaimer for a change!
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that it's supposed to
read "BACON", Art? Reading downward (which is more natural, and
is moreoVER the direction in which "pagan" and "gale" both appear).
The Stratman was something of a "pagan" now, wasn't he!
(And you are a real "Paine!")
Thank you, Art -- that makes me the author of Common Sense, so you should take to heart what I post. After all, I'm only trying to help you avoid making *too* much of an ass of yourself in public. HoweVER, like Mr. Streitz, you seem determined to carry on doing so, heedless of the _vergüenza ajena_ that your lunatic posts inspire.

But you didn't answer the question, Art.
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https://www.etymonline.com/word/pagan
pagan (n.) late 14c., from Late Latin paganus "pagan," in classical Latin
"villager, rustic; civilian, non-combatant" noun use of adjective meaning
"of the country, of a village," from pagus "country people; province, rural
district," originally "district limited by markers." As an adjective from
early 15c.
Religious sense is often said to derive from conservative rural adherence
to the old gods after the Christianization of Roman towns and cities; but
the word in this sense predates that period in Church history, and it is
more likely derived from the use of paganus in Roman military jargon for
"civilian, incompetent soldier,"
In that sense, Oxford would be a pagan, Art.

[...]
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https://www.etymonline.com/word/gale
gale (n.) "strong wind,"
You mean, as in Aubrey's anecdote about Oxford's breaking it in the royal presence?

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. ebestof youandb eeing anabsolute *IOHANNE S [F] ACTOTUM* isinhis
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[F.BACON] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 6460
[F.BACO/N] -52 : Prob. ~ 1 in 4500
Lea wrote: <<That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.>>
You must admit that [F.BACON] is an absolute *IOHANNES [F]ACTOTUM*.
Lea wrote:

<<I said nothing whateVER about any "Iohannes factotum"; rather,
I noted that that was not an equidistant letter sequence.

. It's quasi-linear, Dave.
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. O f e are {F} u l l m editationwherealackSh
. [A L L]t i mes {B} e s t I ewellfromtimeschestli
. e h i d O rwh {A} t s t r onghandcanholdhisswif
. t f o o t eba {C} k O r w hohisspoileofbeautiec
. a n[F O R]bid {ON} [O N E] vnlessethismiraclehau
. e m i g h tTh a t i n b lackinckmylovemaystil
. l s h i n ebr i g h t
.
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<<That's not an equidistant letter sequence, Art.>>
<ALL> <FOR> <ONE>, Dave!
Lea wrote:

<<...none of which has any bearing on the fact that
the above is *NOT* an equidistant letter sequence!

. It's quasi-linear, Dave.
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. Sonnet 76 (1609)
.
. WHy is my verse so barren of new pride?
. So far from variation or quicke *CHANGE*?
. Why with the time do I not glance aside
. {T}o new found methods, and to compounds *STRANGE*?
. {W}hy write I still <ALL> <ONE>, [EVER] the same,
. {A}nd keepe inuention in a *NOT{ED WEED}*,
. {T}hat {EVERy WORD} [D]oth almost fel {M[Y] NAME},
. {S}hewing th[E]ir birth, and whe[R]e {T}hey did proce[E]d?
. {O} k{N}ow sweet love I alw{A}ies writ[E] of you,
. So <(A)LL> my best is dressing old words new,
. <FOR> as the Sun is daily new and old,
. So is my loue still telling what is told,
...................................................
[T.WATSO\n\] Acrostic
Lea wrote:

<<That's not an acrostic, Art -- as usual.

. It's quasi-linear, Dave.
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(N O T){E D W E E D}(T) h A T {E V
. E R y w o r D}[D](O) t h a l m o
. S T F E L {M [Y](N) A M E},S h e w
. i n g t H [E] I r b i r t h a n
. (D) w h e [R] e {T} h E y D i d p r
. (O) c e [E D] O K {N} o w s w e E t
. (L) o [V E] I a l w {A} i e s w r i
. (T)[E] o f y o u A n {D}(Y) o u a n
. [D] l O v E a r e s (T){I}(L) l m y
. a r g u m e n t: S o (A) l l m y
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{I.DANTE/R} skip -16
Lea wrote:

<<"IDANTER" is moronic nonsense, Art.

Iohn Danter was the printer of Titus, Dave.
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. {F R A N C.}E A N D I
. {R}E L A[N] D,D E F E
. {N}D E R[O] F T H E F
. {A}I T H[C] T h e T r
. a n s l[A] t o r s o
. f t h e[B] i b l e w
. {I S}h G r a c e,M e
. r c i e,a n d P e a
. {C}e,t h r o u g h I
. E S V S C h r i s t
. o u r L o r d.
.
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<<What makes you think that it's supposed to read "BACON", Art?
Reading downward (which is more natural) yields "no cab.">>
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Lea wrote:

<<That doesn't answer the question at all, Art.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hanged_Man_(Tarot_card)

<<The Hanged Man (XII) is the twelfth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It depicts a pittura infamante (pronounced, an image of a man being hung upside-down by one ankle. This method of hanging was a common punishment at the time for traitors in Italy. However, the solemn expression on his face traditionally suggests that he is there by his own accord, and the card is meant to represent self-sacrifice more so than it does corporal punishment or criminality. In other interpretations, The Hanged Man is a depiction of the Norse god Odin, who suspended himself from a tree in order to gain knowledge.
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. P a p (p) a p p a p p
. a r r (a) s s a n n u
. a r a (g) h e a l l a
. c h [N](a) t u l l a g
. h m [O](n)(g) a n m a c
. m a [C] m (a) c w h a c
. k f [A] l (l) t h e r d
. e b [B] l (e) n o n t h
. e d u b b l a n d a
. d d y d o o d l e d
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Prob. of [BACON]
<<What makes you think that it's supposed to
read "BACON", Art? Reading downward (which is more natural, and
is moreoVER the direction in which "pagan" and "gale" both appear).
The Stratman was something of a "pagan" now, wasn't he!
(And you are a real "Paine!")
Lea wrote:

<<Thank you, Art -- that makes me the author of Common Sense,
so you should take to heart what I post.>>

You might make a good corsetmaker, Dave:
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Paine

<<Thomas Paine (February 9, 1737 – June 8, 1809) has been called "a corsetmaker by trade, a journalist by profession, and a propagandist by inclination." Paine penned "An Essay on the Origin of Free-Masonry" (1803–1805), about Freemasonry being derived from the religion of the ancient Druids. In the essay, he stated that "The Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the sun, in which they put a man called Christ in the place of the sun, and pay him the adoration originally paid to the sun."

Robert G. Ingersoll's obituary of Thomas Paine: <<One by one most of his old friends and acquaintances had deserted him. Maligned on EVERy side, execrated, shunned and abhorred – his virtues denounced as vices – his services forgotten – his character blackened, he preserved the poise and balance of his soul. He was a victim of the people, but his convictions remained unSHAKEn. On the 8th of June 1809, death came – Death, almost his only friend. At his funeral no pomp, no pageantry, no civic procession, no military display.>>
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https://www.etymonline.com/word/pagan
pagan (n.) late 14c., from Late Latin paganus "pagan," in classical Latin
"villager, rustic; civilian, non-combatant" noun use of adjective meaning
"of the country, of a village," from pagus "country people; province, rural
district," originally "district limited by markers." As an adjective from
early 15c.
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