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THE KEY TO HIDDEN MESSAGES IN SHAKESPEARE
Where hidden messages in Shakespeare are revealed.
The Earl of Oxford on Page 139 of Love’s Labour’s Lost
In this post a solution is presented to a word puzzle found in the First Folio of Shakespeare (1623) on page 139 of the Comedies, a page...
Text Overlay Messages in The Merchant of Venice and Richard III
In this post I am publishing two "overlay" solutions of pages from The Merchant of Venice and from The Merchant of Venice and Richard III....
Henry Wriothesley, Edward de Vere, and Queen Elizabeth I in The Merchant of Venice
In this post I am going to discuss a message hidden in the lines shown below that appear on page 173 of the Comedies, The Merchant of...
Prince Tudor Part II Messages in The Merchant of Venice
In this post, I reveal several messages that are hidden in Shakespeare's First Folio (1623) with steganography. The messages are found in...
Rose Cross (Rosicrucian) Puzzle on p. 173 of The Merchant of Venice
Please see the image below. It should be self-explanatory. If you have problems viewing the image, you can download it for easier...
Evidence Showing Edward de Vere was the Illegitimate Son of Elizabeth I and Thomas Seymour.
The plays of Shakespeare are full of characters that are illegitimate and full of references and allusions to bastardy and illegitimacy;...
First Folio: To the Reader and the Engraving of Shakespeare
I noticed a few things about the To the Reader poem, the Engraving of Shakespeare that follows it, and the play The Tempest. First, here...
The First Folio-- Francis Bacon's "Book of Riddles"?
This is an alignment of the word “Michaelmas” on p. 40 of The Merry Wives of Windsor and p. 56 of The First Part of King Henry the...
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