The Andean Sky God Website Demonstrates Nostradamus Influence on the Shakespearean Plays
Heavy borrowings from the Nostradamus prophecies found in the plays of Marlowe and Shakespeare may be the pathway to resolving the Shakespeare authorship question.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (I-Newswire) September 18, 2013 - The Andean Sky God Website, which prides itself on providing imaginative solutions to historical mysteries ranging from the Nazca Lines to the Voynich Manuscript, has found a new mystery to solve: Shakespearean authorship. According to Morten St. George, the site's founder, evidence that could resolve the Shakespeare authorship question comes from a surprising place: the prophecies of Nostradamus.
St. George's discovery is that Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare, recognized as the greatest playwrights of the Elizabethan Era, both use the Nostradamus prophecies as source material. Here St. George is not referring to Nostradamus merely as a source for ideas or terminology, but as a source for direct literary construction.
For example, in one of his prophecies, Nostradamus has the word "prophet" in one line and the word "Diana" in the next line. In one of Marlowe's plays, the word "prophets" appears in one line and the word "Diana" in the next line. Of course, a few instances of this phenomena could be sheer coincidence. But there are many, many such instances, in both Marlowe and Shakespeare. The Andean Sky God Website extensively illustrates these "borrowings."
At the very least, St. George has identified Nostradamus as an important source of material for Marlowe and Shakespeare, and these adaptations illustrate the inner workings of genius. But what does this have to do with solving the mystery of Shakespearean authorship?
According to St. George, the very same subset of Nostradamus prophecies that were incorporated into the plays of Marlowe and Shakespeare, were also incorporated into the German-language Fama Fraternitatis, the manifesto of the Rosicrucian secret society. Published anonymously in 1614, the famed manifesto is contemporaneous with Shakespeare.
St. George sums it up as follows: "There is only one serious Shakespearean candidate who is known to have been competent in French and German, and this is the linguist John Florio, a royal tutor of French and Italian. Though born in England, Florio grew up in Germany." And, of course, there would now be a secret society to back up his pen names.
For illustrations of the textual equivalencies, visit mortenstgeorge.info/nostradamus-marlowe-shakespeare.html.
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Published On:September 18, 2013
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