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"Secret Evidence" of Who Wrote the Shakespeare Canon -- from William J. Ray

Here’s a video from friend and colleague William J. Ray of Willits, California — a poet and man of nature and peace and wisdom who also shares the love of Shakespeare and the search for truth about the authorship and its meaning for us. 88 more words


"A Sonnet for the Sonnet-Maker, E.O." - by Theresa Rodriguez

Here’s another beautiful tribute to Edward de Vere, the seventeenth Earl of Oxford (“E.O.”), the true author of the Shakespeare works, from Jesus and Eros: Sonnets, Poems and Songs… 133 more words


Oxford's life reflected in Shakespeare's plays

That events in Oxford’s life so closely match the plots of Shakespeare’s plays is a chain of evidence that those who deny his authorship can only ignore, as the connections are so obvious that denial is impossible.   1,238 more words

Shakespeare Authorship

William Shakespeare, Earl of Oxford?

Lady, if this counterfeit must be the price
I pay, my investment is falsely dear;
The content of my padlocked vault is twice
The balance of accounts that I don’t clear. 72 more words

Society And Culture

Dudley – A Name Hated?

It is a widespread cliché that the Dudleys were a very unpopular family and that, accordingly, Robert Dudley was an unpopular man. One can even read that the project of putting Lady Jane Grey on the English throne failed because she was married to a Dudley, and that Queen Elizabeth’s rule was endangered from the very beginning by her evident fondness for the family. 1,468 more words

Robert Dudley