To All the World Must Die: Volume 8 Paul Hemenway Altrocchi

ISBN: 9781491743423

Published: August 21st 2014

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478 pages


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To All the World Must Die: Volume 8  by  Paul Hemenway Altrocchi

To All the World Must Die: Volume 8 by Paul Hemenway Altrocchi
August 21st 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 478 pages | ISBN: 9781491743423 | 3.63 Mb

Few are aware that the actual identity of William Shakespeare, a pen name, represents our greatest cultural mystery. Even fewer realize that Will Shakspere of Stratford-on-Avon was an uneducated businessman who never owned a book, knew no foreignMoreFew are aware that the actual identity of William Shakespeare, a pen name, represents our greatest cultural mystery. Even fewer realize that Will Shakspere of Stratford-on-Avon was an uneducated businessman who never owned a book, knew no foreign languages, never traveled and never wrote a word of poetry or prose.Shakspere was a front for a complete fraud perpetrated by England s leading politician, Robert Cecil, for reasons of power and greed.

The astonishing strength of Conventional Wisdom has kept the ruse going for 400 years, perpetrated by professors of English who, blinded by traditional dogma, refuse to accept the remarkable and growing body of evidence in favor of Edward de Vere.Volume 8 of the Anthology Series, Building the Case for Edward de Vere As Shakespeare, documents the quickening pace of Oxfordian discoveries in the late 1990s and early 2000s. These present massive problems for professors of English to combat in a convincing manner.Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, 1991:For present purposes, I shall confine my analysis to the Sherlock Holmes principle that sometimes the fact that a watchdog did not bark may provide a significant clue about the identity of a murderous intruder.This concern directs our attention to three items of [the Shakespeare authorship controversy].

First, it is of interest that there is no mention of any library, or of any books at all, in his will, and no evidence that his house in Stratford ever contained a library.Second, his son-in-law s detailed medical journals . . . contain no mention of the doctor s illustrious father-in-law.Finally is the fact that is most puzzling to me the seven-year period of silence that followed Shakespeare s [Shakspere s] death in 1616. Until the First Folio was published in 1623, there seems to have been no public comment in any part of England on the passing of the greatest literary genius in the country s history.It does seem odd that not even a cocker spaniel or a dachshund made any noise at all when he passed from the scene.



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