Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Stratford Man

 In a time of universal deceit, the truth is a revolutionary act”George Orwell
The Stratford Man
Did William Shakespeare Really Exist?

By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist
Published April 21, 2015

Oh yes!  William Shakespeare really did exist but not in the way you and the rest of the world have likely been forced to believe. 

For starters, his parents were illiterate and William himself, the son of servants, completed his formal education at the ripe old age of 13. 

It is doubtful that the man from Stratford England, William Shakespeare ever wrote anything, not even a letter.  His complete signature does not even exist anywhere, and he never owned a book of any kind. 

No manuscript definitely known to have be written by him survives. There are only six copies of his partial signature, all on legal documents, where the name is thought to have been written by someone else, a lawyer or clerk. Of the seventy-five known contemporary documents in which Shakespeare is named, not one concerns his career as an author.
Shakespeare’s life between his marriage in 1582 to Anne Hathaway and his emergence as a presumed actor and writer nearly ten years later is a mystery period in which biographers have credited him with all manner of employment, such as a law clerk, soldier, schoolmaster, traveler on the Continent, and so on, for which there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever.  A total fabrication…
At the age of about forty-seven, after being at the center of one of the world’s ‘greatest cultural renaissances’ for more than twenty years, he suddenly retired from London back to Stratford, living there quietly until he died five years later.
Many independent thinking people of course reject the conventional view, and rightly so, they argue that Shakespeare was likely the pen name of someone like Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, and that the Earl of Oxford had to conceal his authorship for social and political reasons.  Basically he wanted to continue living.
Many early ‘Hand Bills’ show the name Shakespeare written as Shake-Spear which means Spear Shaker and William is really the name Wilhelm which means Gilded Helmet.  So most historians believe that William Shakespeare is a pen name or Synonym.  “The gilded helmet of a spear shaker”    
Shakespeare's works contain a vast amount of knowledge, knowledge that Shakespeare the Stratford man could scarcely have acquired. Shakespeare knew the Greek and Roman classics; his works refer to the tragedies of Sophocles, the dialogues of Plato, and many other ancient classics. Shakespeare also had a firm grasp of politics; Bismarck, the German statesman, noticed Shakespeare's knowledge of politics, and said that Shakespeare must have been "in touch with the great affairs of state [and] behind the scenes of political life". (Even Bismarck was convinced that the Shakespeare the Stratford man couldn't have written Shakespeare's works.)

Shakespeare or the writer, had a deep knowledge of legal matters--not just an intuitive understanding of the law, but a knowledge of legal details and specifics. The writer of Shakespeare understood naval and military matters. He had an intimate knowledge of plants and animals. He was thoroughly versed in the pastimes of the nobility, such as falconry; he often uses images borrowed from falconry. How could Shakespeare, the Stratford man have acquired such knowledge by the end of his education at age 13? Those who adhere to the Stratford theory have difficulty explaining Shakespeare's vast knowledge; they try to minimize his knowledge and magnify his errors. On the other hand, those who adhere to the Oxford theory describe the poet as one of the best educated people of his time, or of any time.

Even though the long list of historical people even includes Queen Elisabeth herself. But in addition
to all the other evidence, one of the big giveaways for the candidacy of the Earl of Oxford to be the true writer of Shakespeare’s works is the Court of Hamlet.  Sir Edward de Vere the Earl of Oxford had a son named Hamlet.

In short Shakespeare the Man, the writer of the books of poetry and the greatest plays known to mankind in history, any history, and without taking anything away from the greatness of his works, is the biggest case of fraud ever committed on the world.

Put another way is it the greatest mass brainwashing of a people ever conceived of in the history of mankind.  The indoctrination of a fabricated lie perpetuated on the entire world population.  And how could this possibly have happen?  So-called EDUCATION, my friend.  It was perpetuated through the brainwashing of children in the schools.

And herein my friend, lies the reason for the article:

Because of all my articles depicting the educational system in the U.S. as nothing more or less than robotic programing institutions for Communist, Nazism and or Islamic demonic propaganda by a criminal federal government.  I understandably received all kinds of flack as a result of taking that position.  The consensus being that no government could possibly pull off a lie of such great magnitude, as to deceive the entire population of America into giving up their freedom guaranteed by the Constitution, in exchange for the oppression of Communism or a brutal Islamic State guaranteed by a barbaric law known as Sharia.

May I refer you to the Stratford Man???

And now, may I rest my case…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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