This is the opening to a new library article –
Tell a lie and find a truth.
– the Slavemaster Way
And experience showeth there are few men so true to themselves and so settled but that, sometimes upon heat, sometimes upon bravery, sometimes upon kindness, sometimes upon trouble of mind and weakness, they open themselves; specially if they be put to it with a counter-dissimulation, according to the proverb of Spain –
Di mentira, y sacar as verdad:
“Tell a lie and find a truth.”
~ Francis Bacon, student of Dr. Dee ~
The Advancement of Learning
originally published 1605, resurrected in 1893
Francis Bacon, student of Dr. Dee, tells us that the first lie, the first tale, will be prejudicially treated – meaning the person will believe it.
He’s telling us about the slavemaster way.
Even this far back, however, he knew what the Achilles Heel of that was. Getting caught.
Primus in sua causa justus: sed venit altera pars, et inquiret in eum.
Here is observed, that in all causes the first tale possesseth much; in sort, that the prejudice thereby wrought will be hardly removed, except some abuse or falsity in the information be detected.
Be detected…and therein lies the rub.
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And here’s a few excerpts –
Codes and propaganda.
Many persons have attempted to characterize this passing the lamp business as being passing the “secret” knowledge of the spirit, aliens, or even black magic.
That is false, and merely a way to try to subscribe more power and superiority onto the pathetically not Slavemasters.
As part of that continuing misrepresentation, (and propaganda-for-hire patronage) even the image of Bacon, Dee and the Lamp gets altered. Usually reversed horizontally and with the addition of a big “rose” on Bacon’s shoe.
Why would that be part of a propaganda within a code within a cipher as I put it? Because it was a deliberately created propaganda that was part of King James I attempting to garner support of his rule (and the expansion plans of the British slavemasters) and a continuation of the codes/ciphers that William Cecil and John Dee had already established using “magical” writings as a spy code.
Bacon once said that:
“…the more discordant, therefore, and incredible, the divine mystery is, the more honour is shown to God in believing it, and the nobler is the victory of faith.“
– De augmentis
Dee signed his letters with two circles symbolising his own two eyes and indicating that he was the secret eyes of the Queen. The two circles are guarded by what may be considered a square root sign or an elongated seven. A “sacred” number to Dee.
The Steganographica tells us a lot about the type of codes that Cecil and Dee were interested in, and what kind of cover they were prone to liking it to have.
Chapter 1 begins on page 164. Its subject is how, with Saturn’s help, we can secretly communicate with or without letters to a friend who shares our knowledge of the techniques. The chapter lays out general information first, then specifics.
If you like learning about secret codes, cyphers, and cryptograms, black magic and the occult, you’re really going to enjoy this new library article.
“Tis the season…”
Merry Christmas, all!