How Science Proved Edward De Vere Was William Shakespeare

How Science Proved Edward De Vere Was William Shakespeare

David L Roper

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2020
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This book describes in detail the ground-breaking discovery concerning William Shakespeare’s real identity, which has been the subject of a recent scientific investigation. Its conclusive result appears in this updated second edition of How Science Proved Edward de Vere was William Shakespeare, by providing irrefutable proof that the 17th Earl of Oxford himself, admitted to having been compelled by Queen Elizabeth I and her first minister Lord Burghley to use the name William Shakespeare as his penname. As a matter of national security, his penname and literary work were both incorporated into the otherwise vacant life of William Shakspere, a resident of Stratford-upon-Avon, a hundred miles distant from London; thereby avoiding a threatened scandal in the Queen’s court becoming public knowledge. Combined with the savage recriminations for disobeying censorship at that time, the ruse was a success. And William Shakspere as Shakespeare became grafted onto the line of Tudor history that has survived for more than four centuries. Contemporaries of the Earl of Oxford secretly rebelled at this injustice to English literature by joining with him to bequeath the truth of his authorship to a future generation. The media they used were Oxford’s Sonnet 76, his poem as Ignoto in Spenser’s Faerie Queene, Thomas Nashe’s Strange Newes, and Ben Jonson’s opening poem in the First Folio, then in the inscription on the Stratford Monument, and thirdly the verse he composed for Shakspere’s Gravestone;  to these were added Thomas Thorpe’s Dedication prefacing Shake-speares Sonnets, Leonard Digges’s Tribute to William Shake-speare, William Marshall’s Poem accompanying his illustration of Shakespeare, John Benson’s Letter to the Reader  in his poems by Wil. Shakespeare Gent, and Sir Aston Cokaine’s Dedication in his book of poems. All have one thing in common. They were written in cipher-text using steganography, and employing the same code word, defined as ‘Whisper, secret talk’. Seen together, with all having the same key of seventeen, this, in unison, unlocks their secret acclamation: William Shakespeare was Edward de Vere.  3

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