• Waughgrave

     Alexander Waugh outlines his theory that the title page of the Aspley version of Shake-speare's Sonnets (1609), combined with the dedication of same, tell us where the true author of those sonnets is buried.  Filmed at the Shakespearean Authorship Trust conference, October 29th 2017. You can watch alongside the commentary by loading the video in an adjacent separate window. Click on this link.

     

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    SAT Conference 2017 - Alexander Waugh - A Grave Problem 2

    00:00 I've had to do the same thing as well
    00:01 and take it off of the keynote software
    00:03 and put it onto a software that is alien
    00:05 to me and it means certain things will
    00:07 come out as they did with Roz is wrong I
    00:09 suspect it will put me off more than it
    00:11 will put you off but I'll try and just
    00:13 keep the show on the road
    00:14 now I noticed that quite a lot of hands
    00:16 went up at the very beginning saying
    00:18 that you weren't here last year last
    00:21 year I gave a talk this is essentially
    00:23 part two of that talk called
    00:25 Shakespeare's grave problem and in an
    00:28 absolute nutshell because I don't spend
    00:29 too long on this the speech I gave is
    00:32 available is it not on the SAT website
    00:35 so if anyone's interested they can
    00:36 revisit it in a nutshell I basically
    00:39 pointed out various reasons why it was
    00:40 completely impossible that anyone let
    00:43 alone Shakespeare or Shaq spur or anyone
    00:45 at all was buried in the Stratford grave
    00:46 and I also pointed out that this which I
    00:49 think most of you will recognize as the
    00:51 epitaph on the monument in Holy Trinity
    00:54 Church stratford-upon-avon this contains
    00:56 a riddle which basically says in this
    00:59 Monument read if you can whom envious
    01:01 death hath placed with Shakespeare in
    01:03 other words work out by reading this
    01:05 monument whose Shakespeare's buried with
    01:07 and up there you have three names
    01:08 pillion socrata m-- and Marrone m and
    01:11 these are respective allusions to
    01:15 Frances Bowmont Geoffrey Chaucer and
    01:18 Spencer I won't go into all of that now
    01:20 it's on that film please revisit it if
    01:23 you're curious but what it's basically
    01:24 telling you is Shakespeare is buried
    01:26 with those three characters in that
    01:28 order they are buried in Westminster
    01:30 Abbey in Poets Corner so what I'm going
    01:34 to show you today in this part two is
    01:36 what I've discovered since giving that
    01:38 talk and I think it's a really
    01:40 spectacular corroboration of this not am
    01:43 I only going to corroborate the fact
    01:45 that he is in Poets Corner I'm going to
    01:47 show you the exact spot within Poets
    01:49 Corner where Shakespeare's buried and
    01:52 it's encrypted so that means I want you
    01:54 all to have your most skeptical hats on
    01:57 I want you to think every single thing I
    02:00 show you I know what you think it's
    02:01 rubbish but I want you to think oh
    02:03 that's just a coincidence that's just a
    02:04 coincidence and quietly to yourselves
    02:05 count up the amount of coincidences on
    02:08 your fingers and then remember when you
    02:10 get to the mathematics of it to
    02:12 calculate
    02:13 senses the the mathematics is
    02:15 exponential so you'll have to have huge
    02:17 calculators are going to the zillions
    02:18 right now the only thing I want you to
    02:20 look at here which I hadn't noticed last
    02:22 time is in that little corner can you
    02:25 see four T's T's four T's TTT si not
    02:29 gonna tell you what they are at the
    02:30 moment I just want you to look at them
    02:32 for one second and think about them it's
    02:33 going to become evident what we're
    02:36 talking about now we're going to need a
    02:38 tiny bit of background I'm sorry but you
    02:40 won't understand anything if we don't
    02:42 have background I know the Bakke onehans
    02:43 are amongst us will be probably ahead of
    02:46 the rest of us in terms of understanding
    02:48 the importance of cryptology to the
    02:52 jacobi things but also the importance of
    02:56 a certain branch of a christian hermetic
    02:59 philosophy someone already this evening
    03:02 I think it was you wasn't it mentioned
    03:05 Giordano Bruno there's someone called
    03:09 Cornelius von nettlesome john d in
    03:13 england it was a very very important
    03:17 movement quite secretive movement of
    03:19 intellectual thinkers and I'm just going
    03:22 to give you the very very basis of their
    03:24 philosophy because it's patently obvious
    03:26 when I show you this encryption that
    03:28 it's these guys who are doing it the
    03:30 very basis of their philosophy is simple
    03:32 it says that God is indivisible from his
    03:36 creation in other words everything he is
    03:39 created that's the universe and every
    03:40 single thing in it is part of God
    03:43 himself now to get close to God to get
    03:46 to what we call the eternal life you
    03:48 have to learn and by learning and
    03:50 studying what is in this world you get
    03:53 closer to God since everything in this
    03:55 world is a part of God so this obsession
    03:57 with learning which we see in a lot of
    03:59 these people Francis Bacon of course and
    04:01 I think William Shakespeare this
    04:03 absolute obsession with learning is to
    04:04 do with getting closer to God okay
    04:07 how does this work out I'm gonna give
    04:08 you a very very simple crash course
    04:10 there is the letter i' i of course we
    04:14 know means me obviously that also
    04:17 actually stands for jesus you remember
    04:19 there was no j generally speaking in
    04:22 latin that's a zeus and of course adds
    04:24 an Roman numeral it is the
    04:26 number one this we all recognize as the
    04:29 Roman numeral which is number ten it is
    04:32 also in Greek it is the Chi and the Chi
    04:36 is the first initial of Christ or
    04:39 Christos so if we were to put those two
    04:42 together easy-peasy
    04:44 we have the number nine in Roman
    04:46 numerals nine and the I and the X which
    04:49 of course the initials of jaysus
    04:51 Christo's Jesus Christ 9 therefore have
    04:54 this great interesting significance is a
    04:56 number many of you might have seen that
    04:58 that is known as the iota Kai Christo
    05:02 Graham it's got the initials of Jesus
    05:04 Christ and you'll find it on many
    05:06 ancient Christian monuments much more
    05:09 famous is that I'm sure everybody in
    05:10 this room has seen it I've just come
    05:12 back from Rome where I saw it on pretty
    05:14 well every single grave in the churches
    05:17 of Rome it's known as the Cairo Krista
    05:20 Graham and you can already see how it's
    05:22 got the iota and the Chi that's yeezus
    05:25 Christ and what looks like a pea if you
    05:27 don't know your Greek that p is not
    05:28 appear to row so it's an R and therefore
    05:31 it is the first three letters of
    05:34 Christos Christ so it's a symbol of
    05:36 Christ and it will first appeared on the
    05:39 scene at the Battle of Midian bridge
    05:41 when Constantine saw it had PIFAN e up
    05:44 in the sky and he said in hoc Signo
    05:47 Vinces in this sign you will conquer he
    05:51 said to his troops he saw the sign of
    05:54 Christ and then and they were cross
    05:55 great sign of Christianity now in this
    05:59 sign you'll conquer in hoc Signo you see
    06:03 how that's the initials in hoc Signo and
    06:05 prepared to lay all the money there is
    06:07 there isn't a single person in this room
    06:08 who doesn't recognize I H s as a symbol
    06:11 of Christ first three letters of yeas or
    06:14 sin Greek iota capital eater Sigma Y a
    06:18 Zeus and of course it stands for in hoc
    06:20 Signo now don't panic please when things
    06:24 when things stand for more than one
    06:27 thing because that's exactly the point
    06:30 the point that these people are making
    06:32 are the God was the grand architect of
    06:35 the universe he designed the whole
    06:37 universe using none
    06:39 and geometry and when one thing equals
    06:42 Christ and it also equals something else
    06:44 that's a cause of great celebration and
    06:46 excitement it's proof of the whole
    06:48 workings of God to these people not me
    06:50 necessarily but to them so as us right
    06:53 let's keep going okay we all recognize
    06:55 that that's the matches are the rubbing
    06:57 of the of the tomb in
    06:59 stratford-upon-avon so the first thing
    07:01 you can see there's a huge capital I and
    07:03 yes it does also it's the eye of yeezus
    07:05 but it's also a number one and if you
    07:07 bother to count that it comes to 17 and
    07:09 you open up a whole encryption there
    07:10 which I am NOT going to go into today
    07:12 what I want to lose look at is this TTT
    07:15 can you see it in a vertical column
    07:17 there now what does that mean TTT a
    07:22 little T it's very obvious a little
    07:24 normal lowercase T is the same as across
    07:27 the Christian cross well some of you
    07:29 might not know is a capital T known as a
    07:32 tau is the Tau cross and then a long
    07:34 time ago Jesus was supposed to have been
    07:37 crucified on the Tau cross and you see
    07:40 lots and lots and lots of older pictures
    07:42 where it is a T not the Roman cross at
    07:44 the top now we're in an age where people
    07:47 are obsessed with numbers and the
    07:49 relevance of numbers to other things so
    07:52 what number is represented by T which is
    07:56 the symbol of Jesus that crucified
    07:58 Christ well they're kind of pretty
    08:00 obvious isn't it
    08:01 three it's got three points so in that
    08:04 one symbol you've got the crucified
    08:06 cross which is T and you've got a symbol
    08:09 of three the three and one see how
    08:11 exciting it is to these people I hope
    08:12 you're getting into the excitement of
    08:14 the Elizabethan mind oh we love the T
    08:17 because it represents the singular
    08:19 crucified Christ and it represents the
    08:22 Trinity now we saw three T's in a row on
    08:25 that thing what does that mean three
    08:27 times three three threes are nine jaysus
    08:32 Cristo you see how this the wonderful
    08:34 mystery of the the the the Trinity is
    08:37 opening up with this extraordinary
    08:39 symbol one T one T is the crucified
    08:42 Christ it is also the Trinity look what
    08:45 three years III Jesus Jesus Jesus three
    08:48 of them it's also Jesus who ever you go
    08:50 it's Jesus excitement excitement to
    08:51 those who
    08:52 this sort of thing now so much
    08:55 excitement in fact and that's the first
    08:57 Bott botch up of the new thing that that
    08:59 should be a very sacred symbol called
    09:01 the triple tau or triple tau shouldn't
    09:04 have that crack in it that's the
    09:05 software doing that so I apologize the
    09:09 triple tau also known as the Clovis add
    09:11 fess sorum the key to the treasures and
    09:14 it is a sacred symbol going right back
    09:17 before Christianity but is also used by
    09:20 the people we're talking about and once
    09:22 again isn't it exciting it stands for
    09:24 more than one thing th templum here
    09:27 Russo Lima which is the Temple of
    09:29 Jerusalem
    09:30 so you see you get the T and what should
    09:33 be an H underneath it why is that
    09:36 exciting the Temple of Jerusalem was
    09:38 from thousands of years to believed to
    09:40 be the very center of the earth in the
    09:42 Bible it was built by God it was God's
    09:44 house Baconian ZnO perfectly well
    09:46 amongst us in these new atlantis where
    09:49 he talks about a secret knowledge group
    09:50 who's whose task is to discover the
    09:53 creation of God and they're known as
    09:55 Salomon's house in Solomon's house the
    09:58 templates in there but of course this is
    10:00 why it's so exciting is not only as a
    10:02 unified God and the ancients but yes
    10:04 it's the crucified Christ in the center
    10:07 with the two thieves on either side a
    10:08 cowl great so you get that double thing
    10:11 we've got Jesus
    10:12 United with the Temple of Jerusalem and
    10:14 God right her
    10:16 that's your short that's your short
    10:18 canter through background and I hope
    10:19 you've just understood enough of it and
    10:21 this is where we're going to find all
    10:24 this extraordinary about Shakespeare's
    10:26 burial in the sonnets only in the
    10:29 absolute edition not the other one the
    10:31 right edition 1609 this is a pamphlet of
    10:34 40 pages 40 leaves keep that little
    10:37 thing in mind forties little themes
    10:39 gonna come back okay that's the first
    10:42 that's the title page and there's the
    10:44 second page which is all of you I think
    10:46 know it the utterly beguiling utterly
    10:49 mystifying dedication to the sonnet mr.
    10:53 Fang didn't seem to make much sense the
    10:55 well-wishing and vent wisheth the
    10:57 well-wishing adventure what the hell's
    10:59 that about who's TT I'm not actually
    11:01 going to go into any great length into
    11:03 what it means as we see it there
    11:05 we're simply going to turn it upside
    11:06 down in something called a transposition
    11:10 cipher which is very common in those
    11:11 days now first thing we need a key
    11:16 I don't know if anyone here has read an
    11:18 extremely important seminal book called
    11:21 the Shakespeare ciphers examined written
    11:24 in 1957 by two people called Friedman
    11:26 these people decrypted the Japanese
    11:29 codes during the war have become great
    11:31 American heroes they say that it is
    11:34 extremely important in a cipher that you
    11:37 have a key and the key must be applied
    11:40 absolutely rigidly so that only one
    11:44 possible answer only one possible
    11:47 outcome happens you can't just you know
    11:51 especially you're juggling around with
    11:52 letters you have to have a key otherwise
    11:53 everybody says only look it says this it
    11:55 says that so what's the key actually the
    11:57 key is staring us right in the face
    11:59 what do we got there three triangles
    12:02 nobody has ever properly explained why
    12:04 that has been set as three triangles or
    12:06 three trick it's reversed as they were
    12:07 called in early modern English yes
    12:11 obviously a triangle is a symbol of
    12:13 three and not only that as we all know a
    12:16 triangle is a symbol of Trinity because
    12:17 it's a 1 and a 3 3 angles is not called
    12:20 a triangle for nothing Triss in greek
    12:23 trace in Latin 3 obviously in English
    12:26 TTT and we all know that three threes
    12:28 are nine yes we're back to Jesus Christ
    12:31 again if you want to get away from
    12:32 numbers and think more in terms of
    12:34 letters what letters do these upside
    12:36 down triangles represent I'd say they're
    12:38 pretty obvious Levy's what the hell is
    12:40 that Christ said I am the way I am the
    12:44 truth and I am the life that he probably
    12:47 didn't even say it in Latin he said in
    12:49 Aramaic but it was best known in Latin
    12:51 Eggos some via I got some Veritas it
    12:55 goes from Vita name-o
    12:57 Vania tat para Missy pair may nobody
    13:00 comes to the Father except through me
    13:03 v V V which is interpreted by Calvin a
    13:07 lot of other people as to mean I am the
    13:10 beginning and the middle and the end so
    13:13 what does that mean it means when you're
    13:15 born you have the way the
    13:16 and through various which means truth
    13:19 and knowledge it doesn't just mean truth
    13:22 about who Jesus is it means the truth of
    13:24 learning and discovery as I said because
    13:27 you're then getting closer to God and
    13:29 that by that you'll get the eternal life
    13:31 so this is one of Jesus's very famous I
    13:33 am statements I am the life I am the
    13:36 truth I am the thing so I am I am I am
    13:39 yes obviously that means that's Jesus
    13:40 too and of course it goes without saying
    13:42 if you put the visa on top of the t's
    13:44 and you've got your upside-down
    13:45 triangles anyway so here basically is
    13:48 the key that is the key to the
    13:50 encryption we're going to see what do
    13:52 you mean that's the key TTT how can that
    13:54 be the key the key is something that
    13:56 validates the key is something that
    13:59 tells you that what you've found in an
    14:01 encryption is true or it is not true so
    14:04 how does TTT work to validate anything
    14:07 well just think of it I think the best
    14:09 way to understand this is think of the
    14:11 key as a real literal key you hold in
    14:14 your hand and you shove it in the lock
    14:16 and you turn it it doesn't open the door
    14:19 don't it once you turn it twice then
    14:21 live in the door you turn it three times
    14:23 and there's a click and the door opens
    14:25 this is what we're going to see tea tea
    14:28 tea every single thing I'm about to show
    14:31 you is not valid unless one it is
    14:35 repeated three times tea tea tea just
    14:38 like that or it is three times endorsed
    14:42 by Christ tea tea tea so that's how
    14:46 we're going to go forward and we are
    14:47 going to obey that key rigidly and
    14:50 you'll see that there's only one
    14:51 solution that can come out of it now
    14:53 okay we've got the key we also need some
    14:55 rules which I've come to in a second
    14:56 first of all many of you I suspect
    14:59 particularly the Oxford Ian's among us
    15:01 will will know that John Rowlett the
    15:03 late John Rowlett wonderful scientist
    15:05 clever man looked at those triangles as
    15:08 it were that's interesting the first one
    15:09 six lines long the second ones two lines
    15:11 long and the third triangle is four
    15:14 lines long six to four that made some ox
    15:18 for diems quite excited because the
    15:21 letters of Edward de Vere sounds like a
    15:24 bit of a six two four and others thought
    15:26 that's also quite interesting because
    15:30 six of June the 24th of June 6 to 4 in
    15:33 other words June the 24th Edward de Vere
    15:35 died and we've seen some people saying
    15:37 oh that's interesting this this shape
    15:39 looks a bit like a funerary urn not sure
    15:42 it does myself but I've heard people
    15:43 saying in now more interesting than that
    15:46 is what Rowlett said is look you look
    15:48 how all these words are demarcated by
    15:50 dots and hyphens so what happens if you
    15:53 count the words demarcated by dots and
    15:56 hyphens in the order 6 to 4 so let's
    16:00 start 1 2 3 4 5 6 these 1 2 sonnets 1 2 16:06 3 4 all 1 2 3 4 5 6 by 1 getting
    16:12 exciting it all by 1 2 ever
    16:18 mmm 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 4 1 2 T well ox
    16:29 forward Oxford Ian's were initially
    16:31 excited when this was discovered as I
    16:33 say it's about 15 years ago because
    16:35 these sonnets all by ever sounds a bit
    16:37 like eveer you know it did spell it like
    16:40 that sometimes or it's an anagram of vir
    16:42 but they weren't very happy about the
    16:44 4th Tooting to make no sense whatsoever
    16:46 and so on the whole Oxford ins didn't
    16:49 push this too far I'll just ask you now
    16:52 to see to see if anyone's concentrating
    16:55 is is that is that valid is that a valid
    16:58 is that a valid anyone no no no it's not
    17:05 valid guys you've got a positive you've
    17:08 got to concentrate the key the key is T
    17:11 TT ok that means anything I say it's got
    17:14 to be repeated three times or it's got
    17:17 to be endorsed three times by Christ and
    17:19 that does not happen
    17:20 I'm not saying forget it I'm just saying
    17:22 it's not at this stage valid if I can
    17:23 find for example of so three examples
    17:26 where it says these sonnets are by God
    17:28 and the fourth T the so by Edward de
    17:31 Vere the fourth T then it will be valid
    17:33 we haven't got there yet have done it
    17:34 three times it's not valid gotta
    17:36 concentrate cuz it's important otherwise
    17:37 you can start thinking things are true
    17:39 when they're not done anything right
    17:40 okay so what anyway right when
    17:43 it's not valid but I am going to
    17:45 validate it yes yeah
    17:49 just buried it but just keeping it yes
    17:50 you're right there is going to be a
    17:51 connection okay someone's concentrating
    17:54 okay yeah all right so we've got this
    17:57 weird sentence these sonnets by ever the
    17:59 fourth T let's just pretend in our
    18:01 wildest imaginations that we're not
    18:02 validating that ever does mean Edward de
    18:04 Vere but what the hell does it mean that
    18:06 he's the fourth T we can understand the
    18:08 idea that these sonnets by Edward de
    18:09 Vere so I must like it some of us don't
    18:11 believe we can understand it what does
    18:12 it mean that he's the fourth T well we
    18:15 looked at the three T's if you remember
    18:17 and we saw them as a symbol in one
    18:19 interpretation of the crucified Christ
    18:21 with the two thieves on either side if
    18:24 we take that interpretation of the the
    18:27 three T's then the fourth T has to mean
    18:30 the fourth cross coming anything else
    18:32 and if you go onto the internet and look
    18:34 up the fourth cross you'll find a
    18:36 billion references telling exactly whose
    18:38 cross that isn't it's the cross of st.
    18:39 Peter if you remember the story they
    18:42 caught up with him in Rome in 69 AD and
    18:44 they said right mate
    18:45 no we're going to crucify you and he
    18:47 said well I can't be crucified because
    18:48 I'm not worthy to be crucified in the
    18:50 same ways Jesus but I tell you what you
    18:51 can crucify me upside down so the fourth
    18:55 T is actually known as the Petrin cross
    18:56 and it's always always shown upside down
    18:59 fourth tower still getting even more
    19:01 muddling now why the hell is Edward de
    19:03 Vere being described as an upside-down
    19:06 cross well we can at this stage take
    19:08 some sort of wild guesses if we want we
    19:10 can say maybe because he was a sinner
    19:12 and some Peter was the patron saint of
    19:14 forgiven sinners this is where we get a
    19:17 Nazi sign when we should have had a very
    19:18 nice cross thank you software
    19:21 actually that is that that is a cross
    19:24 potent which should have the the triple
    19:26 Tower the key to the treasures on the
    19:27 top with the fourth T upside down and
    19:30 it's also the insignia of the master of
    19:31 the royal secret in certain promise of
    19:33 Freemasonry could Edward de Vere's code
    19:36 name before t very very stupid
    19:38 suggestion Alexander why you being
    19:40 babyish well I just throw this one in
    19:43 your faces in the letters of of ping
    19:46 James we have King James well he was
    19:48 King of Scotland under the code name 30 19:49 writing to someone described as 40 an
    19:52 English gentleman not identified in the
    19:55 in the letters of King James he's
    19:56 referred to quite a few times in letters
    19:58 also to Robert Cecil and we know that
    20:01 he's an English courtier and he's going
    20:02 under the code name 40 and he's close to
    20:04 Robert Cecil so I think as we go forward
    20:06 we're going to see that this woman
    20:07 certainly is Edward to fear so there's
    20:09 another possibility right now the fun
    20:11 begins because we're gonna start the the
    20:12 decryptions and we're going to find out
    20:14 something very very interesting right I
    20:17 have here laid out the dedication to the
    20:23 sonnets in a grid 19 letters across and
    20:26 filled it up to the only baguette or
    20:29 these ensuing sonnets I've done nothing
    20:30 silly and no tricks here then the little
    20:32 M the little R there is for mr. that's
    20:34 how it appears on the on the sonnets
    20:36 thing right why did I lay it out in a
    20:39 nineteen grid
    20:41 remember the key the key is TTT we have
    20:44 to have three reasons and those three
    20:45 reasons have to be associated with
    20:47 Christ so let's get those three reasons
    20:49 out of the way T with the tau I've just
    20:52 told you it's the symbol of Jesus
    20:53 because it's the cross and the Tau is in
    20:56 Greek the 19th letter of the Greek
    20:59 alphabet therefore in what's called very
    21:01 simple geometry ER where alpha equals 1 21:04 beta equals to gamma equals 3 etc all
    21:07 the way up tau equals 19 Jesus equals 19 21:11 if you count the the T's on this grid
    21:15 yes you guessed it there are 19 of them
    21:18 so that's our second reason we need
    21:20 three reasons T et et is our clue what
    21:22 is 19 in Roman numerals x1x TTT we know
    21:31 represents Christ Christ Christ
    21:34 x1x is kristus jesu s cristo sliced the
    21:38 beginning the middle and the end
    21:40 via Veritas and Vita right so let's now
    21:44 get into this grid and start playing the
    21:46 game if Christ is the beginning in the
    21:48 middle in the end let's start seeing how
    21:50 that checks out first of all before I do
    21:52 it that the the it was it was 12 like 12 21:56 lines along the dedication and what do
    21:57 we have in column 12 TTT okay you're
    22:00 gonna say yeah showing anything get in
    22:03 all of the different grids no you don't
    22:04 you can put you can put this into any
    22:07 single grid you want and you will not
    22:09 find three T's laid out like that what
    22:12 that is telling you is we've found the
    22:14 Clavis ad FS Orem the key to the
    22:17 treasures and it's on this grid now
    22:19 we've had lots and lots of ox40 ins no
    22:22 debate koreans we've been turning this
    22:24 ruddy dedication upside down in hundreds
    22:27 of different grids this is the only grid
    22:30 you need and everything you need to find
    22:32 is on this grid and that is telling you
    22:34 right there you've found your home base
    22:36 right now yeah I'm making a bit of an
    22:42 assumption there the the dedication is
    22:45 12 lines long there's three triangles
    22:47 they add up to twelve lines and in
    22:48 column twelve we have our TTT so it's
    22:50 sort of confirming that the whole
    22:52 dedication was a representation of TTT
    22:54 and it's telling you you found the right
    22:56 grid right okay let's talk disciples
    23:00 twelve is a very important number in all
    23:01 this order okay now let's start getting
    23:03 into this grid and playing with it and
    23:05 seeing what it's telling us because it's
    23:06 telling us a hell of a lot of
    23:06 interesting stuff okay Christ is the
    23:09 beginning
    23:10 yes years T column one row one t Christ
    23:13 is the end yes T there he is what about
    23:16 the middle though what about this great
    23:17 capital I what about the veritas well
    23:19 let's just draw a huge capital I right
    23:22 into the center of our grid and again
    23:24 I'm very sorry it was slick when I did
    23:25 it's very slow now there it is there is
    23:28 a capital I for ya Zeus right in the
    23:31 center and anyone who knows about
    23:32 Renaissance numerology will know the
    23:34 center is the most important place to a
    23:37 Renaissance mind it's centered east/west
    23:40 it centered north-south there's your
    23:41 capital I now is it a valid symbol not
    23:45 let let's validate it you remember I
    23:47 said TT
    23:48 here's the key that's guidance just keep
    23:50 reminding you of this so you'll really
    23:51 with me all the way on this because
    23:52 always you can lose me I can lose you if
    23:54 someone's gonna lose somebody TTT I said
    23:57 either you repeat three times or it is
    23:59 endorsed three times by Christ okay
    24:02 capital I that's Christ that's one look
    24:05 at the three T's they're the middle T
    24:07 that's the crucified Christ and it's
    24:09 touching on the capital I and what
    24:10 column are we in we're in column ten
    24:14 which is Christo so yes we've got our
    24:15 three endorsements now we know that this
    24:17 is a valid symbol so now we know it's
    24:19 valid let's read what it says inside it
    24:21 at the bottom we have the Latin vert
    24:24 stem then please don't panic about Latin
    24:27 verb stems you get them all over
    24:29 monuments Abdel very very common to have
    24:32 the verb stem and not the whole thing
    24:34 verb some of they're near a to come and
    24:36 then in the Tao cross up here I'm afraid
    24:39 we're back to anagrams only got too much
    24:41 headaches from the last talk but that's
    24:43 a perfect anagram they're no messing
    24:44 around perfect anagram of get it very
    24:48 task yes well done you've got it so
    24:50 we've got the message in a zone because
    24:52 it's inside the capital I in Haysom
    24:55 Veritas vein it in Jesus the truth comes
    24:58 or the truth is coming through Jesus you
    25:00 find the truth what is the point of
    25:03 putting that right in the center of this
    25:06 grid why is it so important to say that
    25:08 I'll tell you why because this is the
    25:09 rules we've had the key
    25:12 that's for validation TTT and now we've
    25:14 got the rules of the game and the rule
    25:16 of the game is look for Jesus and you'll
    25:18 find the truth so that's what we're
    25:20 gonna do we're gonna look for Jesus and
    25:21 we're gonna find some very extrordinary
    25:23 truth actually I'm going to take you in
    25:25 first through a back door exactly the
    25:28 same grid haven't changed anything I've
    25:29 just taken the in very tapped off a vein
    25:32 it I've taken that guy away so I and all
    25:34 I've done is the TTT still there and
    25:36 I've highlighted there the word fourth
    25:38 in red do you remember we had that funny
    25:41 message right at the beginning which
    25:42 said these sonnets all by ever the
    25:45 fourth T you remember that and we
    25:48 remember what the fourth T is the
    25:50 upside-down cross of Peter it's an
    25:52 upside-down T so what happens if we draw
    25:55 a rebus an upside-down T right on top of
    25:57 the word fourth as your three T's
    25:59 there's the fourth that is a rapist the
    26:01 word is
    26:01 tea a rapist by the way is a word that
    26:04 is not written with letters it's written
    26:06 with shapes known as counting in in in
    26:09 heraldry so there's your tea its fourth
    26:11 tea
    26:11 what does it say inside it de vere
    26:14 interesting so we've already had these
    26:16 sonnets or by ever the fourth tea now
    26:19 we've got the fourth tea again and it
    26:21 says de Vere
    26:22 so is it now value whatever it means
    26:24 that vir is the fourth to you have we
    26:26 validated it according to the key no
    26:30 well done good we've only had it twice
    26:31 don't worry we'll have it three times I
    26:33 hope you'll understand it by the end but
    26:35 twice we now know that at least we've
    26:36 been given twice these the fourth tea
    26:38 now do you remember the rules of this
    26:40 funny little game look what that didn't
    26:42 set very well because of the new
    26:43 software look what's just above this
    26:45 fourth tea just there we've got is H is
    26:48 H remember in signal hoc vinci's in this
    26:55 sign you will conquer that's the sign
    26:58 please keep staring at it is known as
    26:59 the Cairo symbol it's going to be very
    27:01 important this is the sign that he saw
    27:03 up in the sky in this sign you will
    27:06 conquer and what have we got there you
    27:08 got your verb stem for the VIN chairs
    27:10 and there's your in signal hawk right
    27:12 there so in signal hawk finches it's a
    27:14 sign of Jesus and it's hovering just
    27:17 above the de vere sign so we've got
    27:20 Jesus there what column are we in column
    27:24 9 exactly yes as Christo's so we've got
    27:27 two Jesus's one two and if you work to
    27:29 invalidate anything more we need a third
    27:31 Jesus so what do we do draw it on may we
    27:34 have a capital I for yeezus this is the
    27:37 second capital I we've had everything
    27:39 just to make you die of boredom in
    27:41 advance everything is going to come in
    27:43 threes TTT that's the key to everything
    27:45 is in threes okay so we've got a valid
    27:47 symbol here what's your telling us is it
    27:49 telling us anything interesting lies
    27:51 here wasn't it d'oeuvre there lies here
    27:55 tough like it's gonna tell us that he's
    27:57 buried somewhere now but I can see I can
    28:01 see that some of you saying I are hang
    28:02 on I'm having a re twice for here look
    28:05 in the bottom stem what have we got II D
    28:08 V the initials Edward de Vere lies here
    28:12 we're using everything once and
    28:14 once only we don't need to duplicate
    28:16 those er ease
    28:19 absolutely it is and and I will I if I
    28:22 would I would I would I would come to
    28:24 that because it were I won't give away a
    28:26 secret but you're right there is a
    28:29 absolutely I'm telling you there's a
    28:31 fantastic pun in there and I'm not going
    28:34 to show it to you today and if anyone
    28:36 buys the devious newsletter for October
    28:38 you'll find exactly that you're onto
    28:40 something there there is upon there
    28:41 right now so okay at the moment we're
    28:44 taking it that it means he lies here
    28:46 he's buried here okay so I would take it
    28:48 at the moment and your absolute that you
    28:50 could go a different way and you'll find
    28:51 something jolly interesting if you do
    28:52 right
    28:53 okay lies here we've come down to the
    28:55 second e of here and now what do we do
    28:58 we're stuck can anyone remember the
    29:01 rules not the key the key is TTT that's
    29:04 for validation what's the rule we're
    29:06 playing yes someone said it in the yeas
    29:10 on Veritas vein it we look for Jesus
    29:12 now where's Jesus anywhere near this
    29:15 bottom e here whoa what do we got there
    29:18 second time we've already seen this
    29:19 Elias hmm we had is H there in signal
    29:22 hoc now there it is a second time right
    29:24 next to that second even I mean to jump
    29:26 anywhere or do anything okay in signal
    29:29 hoc that's Jesus and they should be
    29:31 there for a signal a sign somewhere just
    29:34 above that and I'll cut to the quick
    29:36 there it is it's an upside-down cross
    29:39 what's an upside-down cross folks god
    29:43 you're yes someone's concentrating it's
    29:44 a some Peter's cross and again we're now
    29:47 involved in a rebus here do you mean
    29:49 what I said a rapist is a rapist is a
    29:50 word that is written by a picture not by
    29:54 letters so we've got Peters cross as the
    29:57 work we've got there okay let's look in
    29:58 the bottom of it we have South s oh you
    30:01 the Y is a thorn th South and what have
    30:05 we got in the top of it
    30:06 Isle that's how they used to sperry
    30:09 often spell it in in Renaissance England
    30:13 so we got South Isle st. Peter's cross
    30:15 we put the two together what we got
    30:17 South cross Isles and Peters what what
    30:19 the hell does that mean
    30:21 I I thought he I thought it was in Poets
    30:25 Corner in Westminster Abbey with with
    30:27 Chaucer and stuff we being ripped off
    30:30 okay here's Antonia wood in 16 something
    30:33 rather talking about the the burial of
    30:35 Chaucer and the man called brigham who
    30:37 had so much respect for his memory at
    30:40 such great that he moved his bones into
    30:42 the South cross aisle or transept of
    30:45 some Peter's Church Westminster if you
    30:49 go on the Westminster Abbey website
    30:52 you'll see this is not properly called
    30:55 Westminster Abbey it's called some
    30:56 Peter's Church the proper name for
    30:57 Westminster Abbey and of course Poets
    31:00 Corner wasn't called Poets Corner until
    31:01 the 19th century it was called the South
    31:03 cross aisle or the south transept and
    31:05 there you can see they've spelled it
    31:06 with an S in the middle so we are
    31:08 looking as if we're getting quite close
    31:10 because we've got Edward to realised
    31:11 here's south cross I'll sum Peters is
    31:15 that valid no no it's not well done very
    31:20 good it's not valid we've got to either
    31:22 repeat it three times or we got to have
    31:24 Jesus endorsing it three times let's try
    31:26 and get Jesus to endorse it three times
    31:27 i Sh Jesus once so we've got that now
    31:31 god it's so clever and beautiful how
    31:33 he's done it this time and you remember
    31:35 everything comes in threes and we've had
    31:37 three eyes we heard the in yeas and
    31:39 Veritas feign it we've heard Edward de
    31:41 Vere lies here the big R you can see
    31:42 there what happens if we draw another
    31:44 Jesus smack on top of a south cross I'll
    31:46 they're right on top point what do we
    31:50 get on the bottom of the stem we have
    31:51 the I H which is iota eita some of you
    31:56 will have seen that symbol known as the
    31:57 iota iota Ito Krista Graham it's Jesus
    32:00 and what do we have here in the Tau
    32:02 cross just above it perfect anagram of
    32:05 yes God that was clever who do that
    32:07 absolutely right so you've got the
    32:09 message Christe Eleison Christ have
    32:11 mercy this is a benediction that you say
    32:14 on top of a coffin on top of a place
    32:16 where somebody is buried Christ have
    32:19 mercy
    32:20 why would you have Christ have mercy on
    32:22 poor old Edward de Vere well we all know
    32:24 he's a bit of a sinner but never mind
    32:26 okay so we've got two Jesus's to endorse
    32:28 this so we need a third one column 7 was
    32:30 what score 7 got to do
    32:32 remotely with Jesus and Jesus's
    32:34 forgiveness anyone know not all great
    32:37 yes some of your good Bible readers then
    32:39 Peter came to him and said Lord how oft
    32:41 shall my brother sin against me and I
    32:45 forgive him seven times and in Luke 17 32:48 for Jesus responds if he trespass
    32:50 against these seven times in a day and
    32:52 seven times in a day turn again to thee
    32:54 saying I repent thou shalt forgive him
    32:57 so 7 is the number of Jesus's
    33:00 forgiveness and that's why we have the
    33:02 Christe Eleison smack on top of the
    33:06 South cross Isles and Peter's where
    33:09 we're told that he has been buried now
    33:11 everything has to come in threes as we
    33:14 know and we also know that all we found
    33:17 so far as he's buried in a south
    33:20 transept of a church called some Peters
    33:24 well this isn't Peters in Cornhill
    33:25 Exeter Cathedral is called some Peters
    33:28 we've got to get the right we must find
    33:30 the right Church how are we going to
    33:32 find it who can remember the rule what
    33:34 we do when we're stuck the rule is in
    33:37 yeas are very tasks vain it so let's
    33:39 look for Jesus again Oh blow me over
    33:41 with a feather is H the third time we've
    33:44 had it isn't that strange er yes you are
    33:47 we had it there yes you are in this sign
    33:49 it's up then remember it's a reminder of
    33:51 the sign Jesus but this is a
    33:53 particularly interesting one is H I now
    33:57 that's interesting because that means in
    33:59 signal hawk Yeshua and backwards in hoc
    34:03 Signo both a perfectly good Latin and
    34:05 the other one means Jesus got to Jesus's
    34:08 there backwards why would we put it
    34:10 backwards we're told there's a sign up
    34:12 here I noticed when I was finding this I
    34:15 mean is that at it could be irrelevant
    34:18 but everything seems to be linked as a
    34:19 jumping here when I got to this point I
    34:22 knew with absolute certainty that I
    34:27 would find a symbol up here and I knew
    34:29 because of my work on the Stratford
    34:31 monument that I find a symbol that
    34:33 helped me to locate Westminster Abbey it
    34:35 wasn't going to be any other Church and
    34:38 I saw a W and various things but you can
    34:40 imagine my total astonishment when I saw
    34:42 the actual sign
    34:44 there it is you have the knave the to
    34:46 cross Isles the transepts and the
    34:48 cloisters of Westminster Abbey in a
    34:51 reversed image now I'm just going to
    34:53 bring up the floorplan of Westminster
    34:55 Abbey underneath it so you understand
    34:56 exactly how spectacular that is there's
    34:59 the cloisters built into the south
    35:00 transept and the nave and the thing so
    35:03 we go back before we read what's inside
    35:06 it let's for heaven's sake do our duty
    35:09 by the key the key is TTT we need to
    35:13 have Jesus three times endorsing this
    35:15 symbol otherwise it's not good enough is
    35:17 H Yeshua
    35:18 IHS yeas us and we are in column 3 which
    35:23 is aye-aye-aye
    35:25 heizo sceeto's yeas us an exact mirror
    35:28 of T TT which is our key so that is a
    35:32 validated symbol and it is as you've
    35:34 just seen rather miraculously a reverse
    35:36 picture of Westminster Abbey so now
    35:38 what's written in it thee that's fairly
    35:41 easy don't need an anagram for that I'm
    35:43 very sad sakes I know your heads are
    35:45 getting tired with Anna ground so if you
    35:46 take the V out you have a perfect
    35:48 anagram of yes of course
    35:52 the Westminster it was used to be known
    35:55 as thorny that area then it became known
    35:58 as the Westminster now on the very very
    36:00 off chance that there were two churches
    36:03 in that area called V Westminster called
    36:06 some Peters well we put paid to than me
    36:08 anyone other than Westminster Abbey by
    36:10 the shape of it now why was it reversed
    36:13 like that why do they flip it well I
    36:16 think I can give you a couple of reasons
    36:17 I think we can now read the whole thing
    36:20 from left to right to the Westminster at
    36:23 South Cross Isles and Peter's Edward de
    36:26 Vere lies here so now we're reading it
    36:28 properly now I just want you to think
    36:33 how absolutely brilliant this is I know
    36:37 you might thinking it's a little bit
    36:39 boring but it's absolutely brilliant our
    36:41 key is TTT what have what have I shown
    36:43 you so far I've shown you three
    36:45 capitalise aye aye aye yes yes yes that
    36:50 is a mirror of TTT the three capital
    36:52 lies were in yeas and Veritas vain it
    36:54 that's gone now
    36:56 Edward de Vere lives here that's the
    36:57 second eye and the one sitting on top of
    37:00 that Christe Eleison nice you've got
    37:02 three eyes I've shown you three is HS is
    37:06 H is H is H each time those were
    37:10 signalling a sign in hoc Signo it's
    37:14 actually telling you what it's doing
    37:15 three times is H represents Jesus
    37:18 aye-aye-aye we've mirrored the TTT which
    37:21 is our key again and I shown you three
    37:25 pictograms I showed you the upside down
    37:28 T which is an upside-down cross I showed
    37:31 you the Peters cross here and I've shown
    37:33 you the Westminster Abbey which is in
    37:34 the form of a cross all three signs of
    37:36 Jesus
    37:37 III TTT you've had three times three
    37:41 absolutely built like a tungsten
    37:43 fortress this thing so good luck you lot
    37:45 who want to put it that it's annoying
    38:01 it's annoying that but at the same time
    38:04 I'm just worried that if I don't keep
    38:05 repeating people will forget and they'll
    38:07 get dizzy about what's happened okay now
    38:11 I would say that this is almost perfect
    38:14 but it's not perfect that's what's so
    38:17 interesting about it and we all know why
    38:18 it's not perfect and I sometimes wonder
    38:20 whether than the non perfection of it is
    38:22 what got us all onto this in the first
    38:24 place so let's just very quickly look at
    38:26 those non perfect aspects not just in a
    38:30 minute we're going to look at those non
    38:31 perfect aspects which made us realize
    38:33 right from the start that this bloody
    38:35 thing was encrypted so it uses a swear
    38:36 word only to these only baguette oh
    38:41 there should be an e in there why isn't
    38:42 there an e well it's pretty obvious you
    38:44 your lie would be shifted out of that
    38:46 place and you'd be in trouble of these
    38:49 ensuing sonnets one would expect the
    38:51 word n suing sonnets you in suing me but
    38:54 if you even had an E you wouldn't have
    38:55 your isle which is so important to the
    38:56 south across Silas Peters mr. WH well I
    39:00 wouldn't be surprised if the vast
    39:01 majority of people in this room think
    39:03 that WH is Henry roffels e his his his
    39:06 initials reversed obviously if you put
    39:09 them the right
    39:10 way around you would have the hessed
    39:11 minster and you'd lose your Westminster
    39:13 which been up to disaster I think the
    39:15 idea of the the whole switch and the
    39:17 reversing is also giving you a clue that
    39:18 HW should be reversed and finally which
    39:22 I mentioned before this wishing the well
    39:24 wish if it's wish wish wish it's silly
    39:26 he's trying to get all those is h's in
    39:28 because he wants he's in hoc signals to
    39:29 be underneath these signs okay I'm going
    39:32 to move on now before I move on I'm just
    39:34 going to tantalize you a tiny bit I've
    39:37 only shown you one encryption and I'm
    39:39 going to show you one more and yes
    39:41 obviously TTT there are three of them
    39:43 there are three encryptions I'm not
    39:45 going to show you the third but I'm
    39:46 going to tell you and the reason I'm not
    39:48 going to show it to you is not concerned
    39:49 with where Edward de Vere is buried
    39:51 where Shakespeare's buried what it's
    39:52 concerned with is three characters and
    39:56 it works exactly the same way as this
    39:57 and it's sitting just there in that
    39:58 empty space there works exactly the same
    40:00 it's three symbols it tells you about
    40:02 three people and it tells you the only
    40:05 but getter is and it's absolutely
    40:06 fascinating and if you want to know how
    40:08 that encryption worked please buy the de
    40:10 Vere society newspaper of October just
    40:13 about to come out because I give it in
    40:15 there but we're not going to do it today
    40:16 right so what we are going to do is go
    40:18 to the second and final encryption I'm
    40:20 going to show you today some of you will
    40:24 be aware I have no doubt of video that
    40:28 Alan green put earlier this year online
    40:32 and he discovered that this title page
    40:35 has a sort of secret geometry hidden
    40:38 behind it he noticed that if you draw a
    40:41 line from the great big G dot there up
    40:44 to the indented dot and then you take
    40:47 lines from either end and join up with
    40:50 various key points you find a
    40:52 fascinating array of right-angled
    40:54 triangles so for instance I join the the
    40:56 two ends to the end of that line there's
    40:59 a right-angled triangle if I take the
    41:01 second parallel line oh yes there's
    41:03 another right-angled triangle if we go
    41:06 to the little sorry the a split dot down
    41:10 here as Polly yes you've guessed it
    41:13 another right-angled triangle would
    41:14 particularly interesting that one is a
    41:15 perfect Pythagorean right-angled
    41:17 triangle and if you go to the dot after
    41:20 16:09 41:22 bingo same thing again I don't know how
    41:25 many of us in here
    41:26 remember our own level mathematics but
    41:28 probably all of us sins is quite simple
    41:30 going on then it's it's known as they
    41:32 Lee's theorem when you get all these
    41:34 right-angled triangles coming off a
    41:35 single the ends of the same line then we
    41:38 know that it is hiding a perfect circle
    41:41 and we have the six dots all on the
    41:44 circumference of that perfect circle so
    41:47 the question is that's extremely
    41:49 interesting but what what sit there for
    41:51 what an earth is that therefore now
    41:54 we've just seen this absolutely
    41:56 astonishing encryption which is telling
    41:59 you that Shakespeare is buried in Poets
    42:01 Corner in Westminster Abbey is it likely
    42:04 that you go to all that effort and make
    42:06 that incredible encryption and just say
    42:08 okay I'm off to go how cavity now or
    42:10 would you actually say where he's buried
    42:12 show us the spot where he's buried in
    42:14 Westminster Abbey it seems to me it's
    42:16 obvious that that should be lurking
    42:17 there somewhere and so then it occurred
    42:20 to me when I saw that this had this
    42:22 hidden geometry that the answer was
    42:25 going to be somewhere on this page right
    42:28 sorry I hate to keep refreshing your
    42:30 memory and I know it's getting late in
    42:32 the afternoon but I'm just gonna ask you
    42:33 the question one more time when we get
    42:35 stuck in this encryption what are the
    42:36 rules what do what do we do what do we
    42:38 what Jesus Jesus God you're really all
    42:41 concentrating course in YES on Veritas
    42:44 Bane it's we look for Jesus if we can
    42:47 find Jesus we should find the truth how
    42:49 the hell are we going to find Jesus
    42:50 right let's get Alan green circle up
    42:52 there and there we've got the diameter
    42:54 line from the G to the indented dot now
    42:57 if you take a line from that G dot and
    42:59 go horizontally across till it hits the
    43:01 circumference like that you pass back up
    43:04 through the center of the circle and
    43:05 down through the P there oh yes of
    43:08 course it's our old friend it's our old
    43:12 friend Jesus it's the Cairo so move
    43:14 absolute on assuring I discovered you go
    43:16 directly down through the stem of that
    43:18 pea and it goes right into the centre of
    43:20 that hidden circle and it lands plot on
    43:22 that dot right there okay so now we know
    43:26 that in Jesus we're going to find the
    43:28 truth
    43:28 so how now we found Jesus are we going
    43:30 to find the truth well actually it's
    43:31 pretty obvious isn't it there's only one
    43:33 way we can possibly find the truth from
    43:34 that as we look where
    43:35 pointing clearly right so let's start
    43:38 let's start with the big guy in the
    43:39 middle for Christo's for Christ if we
    43:41 take the top top right there it's
    43:43 pointing at the dot captioned by de
    43:46 top-left ve bottom right ar e and bottom
    43:52 left by G what held us by G mean by G
    43:56 many of you'll be familiar with that
    43:57 sign that's the main sign of the
    43:59 Freemasons is the huge G of God gay
    44:03 ometer that is to say the grand
    44:06 architect of the universe which you see
    44:08 in lots of medieval paintings and there
    44:10 he is designing the whole universe so
    44:12 this is really telling you
    44:15 shakespeare's sonnets are by God and de
    44:18 Vere sounds a pretty odd thing to be
    44:20 telling you I have to agree but it isn't
    44:23 it's it's a message from some Paul
    44:25 really what is really saying is these
    44:27 sonnets are by Devere and by the grace
    44:29 of God within him is it a valid message
    44:32 No hooray for all those people who don't
    44:35 want to be Oxford Ian's it's not valid
    44:37 it's not valid because we've only had it
    44:40 once but I'm afraid we're gonna get it
    44:42 three times so brace yourselves okay
    44:46 right so okay so we've seen where those
    44:48 four bits are pointing now what about
    44:50 this great iota of Jesus is pointing
    44:52 right there that dot what is that dot
    44:54 what's that telling us it seems to be a
    44:56 dot that's captioned by a big T it's the
    44:59 first T of Thomas thorpes initials okay
    45:02 that's do you remember thee sonnets all
    45:05 by ever the fourth t let's just see if
    45:09 this could be possibly the fourth T on
    45:11 this page there's the first T sonnets
    45:13 interesting there's the second one comes
    45:15 in in print Ted third one at Oh bingo
    45:19 bango bango yes it is the fourth T the
    45:22 iota of Jesus is pointing at the fourth
    45:25 T let's have a look at this really
    45:28 interesting thing there it is there's
    45:31 there is the fourth T now notice what
    45:34 comes just in front of it for T quite
    45:37 interesting cuz you man we have this for
    45:39 T's that we saw on the stratford mario
    45:42 14 remember it's 14 leaves this thing
    45:45 and suddenly got 40 the
    45:47 there's a codename for Edward de Vere
    45:48 don't know anyway even if it is we have
    45:50 to have three reasons so it's not going
    45:51 to count it so let's look the letter
    45:53 before that we've seen the 40 letter
    45:55 before that oh it's a DS not gonna help
    45:58 us D 40 what do you think that means d
    46:01 40 let's go to understand this
    46:04 encryption we need to go to the ancient
    46:06 symbolism of the T
    46:08 there's the Greek Egyptian hieroglyph
    46:11 the Tao and you can see what it is it's
    46:12 an ox with horns I'm sure many of you
    46:16 know that it's actually equally ancient
    46:17 as old as the Tau it is the SI
    46:20 constellation silent constellation of
    46:22 Taurus exactly so it's the sign of of
    46:26 the ox and of course the oldest form of
    46:29 the Greek cow looks very come derives
    46:32 from that and then the Greek tau later
    46:35 developed into that it's a symbol of an
    46:36 octa-core some of the work tau comes
    46:38 with Tyros in Greek and Taurus in Latin
    46:41 and there's the Latin T so whichever way
    46:43 you try and cut this a T is a symbol of
    46:46 an ox right so d40 what does that mean
    46:49 two bananas for a pound I give you two
    46:51 bananas you give me a pound we swap
    46:52 around yippee I know let's do that but
    46:54 first remember the symbol of an ox now
    46:56 let's sign around oh yeah we've got it
    46:58 okay we've got it so so that is now that
    47:05 is now whether we like it or not that is
    47:07 now validated because we've had three
    47:09 times we've been - given the fact that
    47:11 that fourth T the 4t Oxford so this is
    47:15 now getting extremely exciting because
    47:16 we've got a dot here and look what word
    47:19 it's sorry you may if you're lucky now
    47:24 look can't come - you mean okay that's
    47:28 boring I'm just showing you that we've
    47:30 now had three iterations that a vir
    47:33 being the fourth T there was the first
    47:34 one we saw it on there there was the
    47:35 Oxford one and there was the fourth T
    47:37 when the upside-down T so we've got that
    47:38 point humbly okay let's look up there
    47:40 look we've got the word London right
    47:42 above this well that's interesting
    47:43 we're looking for where Shakespeare's
    47:45 buried now aren't we
    47:46 and it's right underneath the word
    47:47 London and the eye is pointing at that
    47:50 dot and we know that's Oxford now so
    47:54 however hell are we going to find out
    47:56 where he's buried by using this
    47:58 information yes that's on its title page
    48:00 got the Allen green circling and the
    48:02 capital I that's now pointing at this
    48:04 stop which I think may be where our
    48:06 friend is buried so what are we going to
    48:08 do let's get a map of the south cross
    48:10 pile out there it is we're known as
    48:13 Poets Corner now the first thing you're
    48:15 probably noticed at a glance from
    48:16 wherever you're sitting is that this
    48:20 line here is not actually centered to
    48:22 the page slightly set off to the right
    48:25 can you see that it's not centered if
    48:27 you look here you see a row of pillars
    48:29 and you see there's not actually
    48:30 centered two Poets Corner it's slightly
    48:33 off there to the right so it wouldn't
    48:36 might imply that this line here is
    48:38 deliberately representing this line of
    48:41 columns through the center of the south
    48:43 cross although we now know he is buried
    48:45 in matter of fact what's particular
    48:47 interesting if you get a compass and put
    48:48 it right in the center of that pillar
    48:50 there and point it up right through the
    48:53 center of those pillars you find
    48:56 something quite interesting Westminster
    48:58 Abbey is not built exactly straight it's
    49:01 on a slight wonky and it's actually
    49:04 about four point five five degrees
    49:05 pointing to the northeast that line of
    49:08 columns now if you look on this thing
    49:10 and you look at that line what does it
    49:11 go through up here just to the north and
    49:14 just to the east slightly the Northeast
    49:16 exactly the same situation here which is
    49:18 confirming that we are right and we've
    49:20 got the pillars in the right place - how
    49:23 are we going to play this out I think
    49:24 it's fairly simple we take the very
    49:26 center pillar there we take the Centers
    49:29 of the two outer pillars and then we
    49:32 draw a nice circle which I hope yes
    49:35 that's done it we draw a circle and then
    49:37 what we're going to do is we're simply
    49:38 going to overlay this on to that so it
    49:41 fits exactly and wherever this dot lands
    49:43 should be where Shakespeare is buried
    49:45 you when you can imagine my excitement
    49:46 when I realized this was going to work
    49:48 and of course I said to myself a minute
    49:50 I see where it lands I'm gonna get in
    49:52 the car and I'm gonna go straight to
    49:53 Westminster Abbey and I'm gonna go to
    49:55 that spot and I really hope that
    49:57 there'll be some sign some some
    50:00 something a little bit of scratching in
    50:02 the stone to show that I've got it right
    50:04 so there we are there's the fourth T dot
    50:06 and there it is you see I'm pointing at
    50:08 it right then now and if you can
    50:11 probably see I made it bigger twist it
    50:13 round
    50:14 could anyone see what that says yeah
    50:17 does it does it says Shakespeare that is
    50:20 exactly where the Shakespeare Monument
    50:22 is there there's the fourth T dot I
    50:23 don't know how dumb and it's exactly
    50:25 right in that right in the center of
    50:27 that Shakespeare - so that's really
    50:31 interesting is it not there there's the
    50:35 Shakespeare tomb right there just for
    50:38 your interest there's Spencer and
    50:40 Chaucer I don't know if this is
    50:42 irrelevant and I just throw it in just -
    50:44 just for the sake of it that is a 90 30 50:48 60 angle triangle between Chaucer
    50:50 Spencer and Shakespeare of course is the
    50:53 ratio of six to four but I don't know if
    50:55 that's relevant okay let's let's let's
    51:00 just look at this and see if there's any
    51:02 clues that we might be right apart from
    51:04 the Extra Ordinary fact that
    51:06 Shakespeare's monument in 1740 seems to
    51:08 been dumped right on top of the spot
    51:10 where Edward de Vere seems to be buried
    51:11 right first thing let's have a look at
    51:13 this okay let's have a look at this and
    51:17 the thing he's pointing at
    51:18 okay left the left-hand side we've got
    51:20 there t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t forties where
    51:28 did we see those can you remember yes we
    51:30 saw them at the bottom right of the
    51:32 Shakespeare Monument in Stratford and
    51:34 now they're on the top left of the
    51:37 monument here interesting this little
    51:40 speech because many of you will know it
    51:41 comes from The Tempest the passage
    51:44 that's actually quoted here it starts
    51:46 and like the baseless fabric of a vision
    51:48 the cloud-capped towers that's
    51:50 interesting and like the baseless fabric
    51:51 of revisions down there the cloud-capped
    51:53 has up there what's going on Miss quoted
    51:56 it Pope who is responsible for putting
    51:58 this up this is what you've done you've
    51:59 got a Miss quite a shame for you idiot
    52:01 on the Shakespeare Monument where'd you
    52:02 go he said it stays it stays like it is
    52:05 I want it like it is why because if you
    52:07 put that up there you wouldn't get your
    52:08 TTT which is all terribly important to
    52:11 the message what do we got there
    52:12 the cloud-capped towers oh that's funny
    52:15 he's got rid of the e of towers what's
    52:17 point of that why get rid of the e of
    52:18 towers can you think I'll tell you why
    52:21 he did it because he wants seventeen
    52:22 letters across that top not 18 which
    52:25 would wreck his little game because what
    52:26 he's got now is
    52:27 tene 40 down the side just as there
    52:31 you've got 17 characters in the 40 1740 52:34 what's all this about 1740 we'll come to
    52:36 that in a second first of all look what
    52:38 he's pointing at the cloud-capped towers
    52:40 the gorgeous palaces the solemn temples
    52:42 he's pointing in the word temples
    52:44 described as solemn temples ring of
    52:47 Solomon's Temple about it hey what he
    52:49 were well what does the First Folio say
    52:53 in the dedication to the patrons
    52:59 Montgomery and Pembroke and the most
    53:02 though meanest of things are made more
    53:04 precious when they are dedicated to
    53:06 temples in that name they're in the name
    53:10 of temples therefore we most humbly
    53:13 consecrate to your Honorables these
    53:15 remains of your servant Shakespeare
    53:17 actually it does it mean Honorables we
    53:20 know we've got Ben Jonson mucking about
    53:21 here we got that double H and yes of
    53:24 course it meant Honorables in in
    53:25 previous if there also earlier on in the
    53:27 letter but here I think it means Holies
    53:29 this bit is actually written to God and
    53:32 that's why it's consecrated the remains
    53:34 of your servant Shakespeare to your holy
    53:36 so you remember twice in the Bible
    53:38 holy holy holy art the Lord God Almighty
    53:40 so it's another little John Sounion
    53:42 trick okay
    53:45 what the hell there why why is he
    53:47 standing like that what is he doing
    53:50 because he's got his right elbow stuck
    53:52 out and his legs crossed good boy good
    53:57 boy bit like bacon because I think Baker
    53:59 was a member of this funny group called
    54:02 temples possibly absolutely right so why
    54:04 has he got his legs cross-eyed what if
    54:05 you I don't know some of you who aren't
    54:07 audience won't know as much about Edward
    54:08 beer but it's very interesting because
    54:10 he lived in he had runs the Masters
    54:13 rooms in the Savoy Hospital than the
    54:15 that was owned by the Knights
    54:17 Hospitaller who took over all the
    54:19 property from the Knights Templars and
    54:20 they sort of merged into it and Edward
    54:22 de Vere therefore lived a few yards from
    54:25 the head of the temples the Temple
    54:27 Church here's a typical Templar Knight
    54:29 that's funny
    54:31 exactly they say they give a right elbow
    54:32 sticking out legs crossed getting an
    54:35 idea what's going on here let's just
    54:37 flip him round does that make it any
    54:39 easier
    54:40 yes you've probably got it it's our old
    54:42 friend we're back again and of course it
    54:45 is it's C it's the Cairo so it's so what
    54:48 are we talking about are we saying they
    54:49 are Jesus is that the game no some Paul
    54:53 to the Corinthians
    54:54 Christ liveth in me and this some Paul
    55:00 says but they by the grace of God I am
    55:02 that I am many of you will know that
    55:04 Moses was told by God to go and deliver
    55:06 a message to his people and Moses said
    55:08 to him as an exodus who shall I say told
    55:10 me to depart to do this message and God
    55:13 says I am that I am so I am that I am
    55:15 becomes the name of God and in certain
    55:17 people it's blasphemous takus to say I
    55:20 am that I am of yourself
    55:21 didn't stop Edward de Vere I serve her
    55:23 majesty and I am that I am and her
    55:25 letter to Lord Burleigh and it didn't
    55:27 stop Shakespeare I am that I am and they
    55:29 that level of my abuse is wrecking up
    55:30 their own sonnet one to one so what are
    55:33 they saying they saying that the work I
    55:34 do is done by the grace of God within me
    55:37 now I did promise you I'd give you three
    55:39 iterations of this message Shakespeare's
    55:42 sonnets by God and Devere so that we can
    55:45 validate it according to the code I'll
    55:48 do that and then I think I'm going to
    55:50 start - questions okay let's let's find
    55:52 it at this so there's once yep remember
    55:53 this Shakespeare's sonnets by God
    55:57 Devere that's your once okay let's look
    55:59 at where am I now
    56:01 yeah look at this line here it's 17 56:06 letters long 17 where numbers also
    56:08 important to these people they're so
    56:09 funny on the by at the beginning oh
    56:11 that's nice and easy G T what does that
    56:16 mean God and T is Jesus God and Jesus
    56:20 are the same thing Jesus says I and the
    56:24 father are one
    56:25 notice how the font of this G there is a
    56:29 swash font it's exactly the same swash
    56:32 Bob does that he's telling you they're
    56:33 the same one and now look at that this
    56:35 was this was Mark who first spotted this
    56:38 he said that T has been done in a
    56:41 different font from that one it's been
    56:42 made to look like an ox it's been made
    56:44 to look like an ox its head deliberately
    56:45 so we've got by God and that just sits
    56:50 there perfectly easily d40 we saw that
    56:53 that's Oxford
    56:54 and what have we got left now I got a L
    56:56 of George L and a re that's your perfect
    56:59 anagram of 17,000 Oxford the 17th L so
    57:04 that's the second time we've heard this
    57:06 message and now we've got to validate it
    57:09 TTT the third time where's that oh it's
    57:12 back here
    57:13 so do you remember this is very n so
    57:16 just hold with me do you remember how I
    57:18 showed you that you follow the 6 to 4 57:21 code counting the words demarcated by
    57:24 the dots and hyphens these sonnets all
    57:27 by ever the fourth T we had so therefore
    57:31 these sonnets are all by evm now what
    57:34 happens if I decide to ignore the
    57:36 hyphens and do exactly the same thing 6 57:40 2 4 6 2 4 but ignoring the hyphens these
    57:45 sonnets all by ever-living well-wishing
    57:48 T T is Jesus T is therefore God
    57:53 everliving yes we all know God is
    57:55 everliving well wishing well wishing
    57:58 comes from the word the latin word that
    58:03 comes benevolent there Netherland been a
    58:06 meaning well Volland meaning wishing his
    58:09 benevolence remain if forever Chronicles
    58:12 9 9 in a passage underlined by Edward de
    58:14 Vere and his Bible looks in the in the
    58:16 Folger
    58:17 so look what we've got isn't that
    58:18 amazing we just switch ON or switch off
    58:21 the hyphens and the same piece of text
    58:23 says these sonnets or by a via or these
    58:26 sonnets or by God so that's the third
    58:28 time you've got these sonnets by God and
    58:31 of year or in other words these sonnets
    58:33 by God by Devere and the grace of God
    58:36 within him now I apologize
    58:39 enormous ly to those who are not ox40 58:41 ins but if you are playing this game
    58:44 according to these rules that's now
    58:47 final the only way you can get out of
    58:49 this now is that don't play the game rip
    58:51 up the rules and walk out and of course
    58:52 you're entitled to do that but if you're
    58:54 following if you're following the key
    58:56 and doing it properly as we've done
    58:58 systematically since I started this
    59:00 speech its TTT we've had it three times
    59:03 we now know where he's buried and I
    59:05 think I'm going to stop right there and
    59:07 I hope
    59:08 a happy time
    59:09 [Applause]
     
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