I’m not sure if it’s exactly like this, but this is my understanding of it so far.
The quote is from line 139 (I think) of As You Like It by Shakespeare.
- Extract the title word – which is “All” in this case.
- Find your S-S-S: Street, Sidewalk, and Structure.
- Encode the name of the book on the street.
- Encode the line/verse number along with the title on the sidewalk.
- Convert the letters of your title into alpha[bet] characters. The “A” might be “Alice”, the first “L” could be “Lucy” and the third could be “Lemon” (an alternate alpha character for “L”).
- Then encode four words per alpha character, going clockwise. The words get encoded by using substitute words. For example, the word “a” might become “hay”, the word “and” might become “hand”, and the word “the” might get the “t” dropped to make “he”, which could become He-Man. The purpose of changing the words is to convert abstract information into something that can be imagined clearly (usually visual images). So in the first locations (around “Alice”), the images might be He-Man, the world (or a globe), hay, and a stage.
- If you have touble making the images stick, you could add the F-A-C-E images to reinforce the associations. The image of He-Man could be linked to a Feature of Alice. the image of the world/globe could be linked to Alice’s Abode. the image of hay could be linked to Alice’s Career. The image of the stage could be linked to some Event in Alice’s life.
There are some more possibilities for it that are listed in the pastebin, but I think that’s the basic idea.
(Edit: the choice of quote was arbitrary. That line is relatively easy to remember due to the iambic meter, so I think it would be slower to create a mnemonic image for every word than to just memorize it with a little repetition.)