Monthly Archives: February 2014

Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 10)

Before he died, Paracelsus made a few predictions. “And it is true,” foretold one such prediction, “there is nothing concealed which shall not be discovered; for which cause a marvelous being shall come after me, who as yet lives not, … Continue reading

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Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 9)

“Do you not know, Asclepius,” said Hermes Trismegistus, “that Egypt is an image of heaven or, to be more precise, that everything governed and moved in heaven came down to Egypt and was transferred there?” “And yet, since it befits … Continue reading

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Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 8)

George Wither’s The Great Assises holden in Parnassus lists names which seem to be some of those who belonged to a secret society hiding behind the “Shakespeare” plays. That secret society was most likely the Rosicrucians. (Background: Esoteric Shakespeare (Part … Continue reading

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Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 7)

In Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 6) (Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of February 22, 2014) a partial list of names from George Wither’s The Great Assises holden in Parnassus was given. Among those not included by me was John Taylor (1580 – 1653), … Continue reading

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Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 6)

Arnold Schwarzenegger – Hamlet “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” (Hamlet: Act 1, Scene 4) We know that a piglet means the young of the domestic pig. But what is a hamlet? (A hamlet would be bacon, as … Continue reading

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Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 5)

There are only five undisputed signatures of the pseudonymous “William Shakespeare”, according to one source. Always it is without the first of the three “e”‘s of “Shakespeare.” One such spelling is “Shakspere.” [1] That what author Charles Beauclerk calls “the … Continue reading

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Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 4)

Royal Shakespeare Company – The Winter’s Tale, Act 1 Scene 1 In The Winter’s Tale, by the pseudonymous “William Shakespeare”, Perdita is associated with the lost spring, Persephone, the “sleeping beauty”, and Cinderella. Prince Florizel, who falls in love with … Continue reading

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