For centuries we have all been told and taught that the author of the Shakespearean works was William Shakespeare from the English villiage of Stratford.
Substantial evidence has come to light which proves, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the Stratford man was not the author. This website is dedicated to telling you the truth about who the real author was. But first, let us establish who the author was not.
Published on Apr 11, 2015
Interview & discussion about why it's important to know who the real author of the Shakespearean works was.
Edward De Vere (17th Earl of Oxford) was not Shakespeare for the following reasons:
- There is no hard, tangible evidence to support De Vere's “candidacy” as the author of the Shakespearean works (i.e. the Shakespearean plays, poems, and sonnets). Read more...>>
- The Timeline. The most critical factor that absolutely eliminates De Vere as the author of the Shakespearean works is the time line. Read more...>>
Read the revealing article at:
The Shakespearean works consist of a vast infrastructure of encryption—all of which rely on the precision and beauty of Numbers. The hard evidence (as we shall see) overwhelmingly shows that Francis Bacon artfully wove coded numbers into the Shakespearean tapestry not just as an amusement, but rather as a vehicle intended to serve as a paradigm of enlightenment designed to move the reader to much higher levels of understanding!
Read the fascinating article at:
Read along with Michael York
Now you can listen to actor Michael York read the Declaration of Reasonable Doubt as you read along on DoubtAboutWill.org.
Since the Stratford man and Edward De Vere were not Shakespeare,
Who Was Shakespeare... Really?
The Truth About Shakespeare has been known for a long time. There now exists a substantial and coherent body of hard, tangible evidence that proves, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Francis Bacon was the mastermind behind the creation of the Shakespearean works!
Read: Who Was Shakespeare by Richard Allan Wagner.
To understand the facts of the matter, and examine the mountain of concrete evidence upon which the Baconian doctrine firmly rests, read Part Three (Bacon's Smoking Guns: The Hard Evidence) of Richard Wagner's new and revealing book The LOST SECRET of William Shakespeare
"The writing of this book started in 1999 when I was beginning my research on the late heiress Sarah Winchester. At that time I had no idea where the research would lead. I had no preconceived notions about Mrs. Winchester nor did I have the slightest idea that she would lead me on an extraordinary journey of discovery that has transformed my life."
"Originally, this was going to be a book about Mrs. Winchester and the remarkable mansion she had built in what is now San Jose, California—now known as 'The Winchester Mystery House,' California Landmark number 868. As my research progressed, I clearly saw that the “House” was ingeniously built to serve as a multifaceted puzzle. Mrs. Winchester had cleverly written a concealed story into the very fabric of the House’s architecture. Everywhere, in and about the House, she left a brilliantly crafted trail of distinct clues—clues for the “initiate”—the pure, unbiased seeker of truth."
"My journey of initiation started with baby steps: here and there— sudden flashes of insight—stunning bursts of epiphany—eureka moments of discovery that gradually became more frequent and revealing—just as Sarah Winchester had planned. Gradually, over the years, the story began to unfold."
*** Read: Review of The LOST SECRET of William Shake-speare by Dr. James Tresner, 33rd degree Grand Cross Freemason, historian, author, editor of the Scottish Rite Journal, Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite, Washington D.C.