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Book Title: The Shakespeare-X Message: The Authorship Question Solved|
The author of the book: Lee Vidor
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Edition: Shakespeare-X Publications
Date of issue: November 9th 2013
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This is a non fiction publication.
The Shakespeare-X Message is not a hoax.
The Shakespeare-X Message is a deliberately concealed statement of authorship of the works of Shakespeare.
It is a message sent directly to the world by Shakespeare himself.
It is dazzlingly imaginative and utterly conclusive.
It has gone unrecognized in the historical record for 400 years.
It was not sent to the world by the actor we know as Shakespeare, but by the authentic writer of the literary works of Shakespeare, the famous dramatist and poet Christopher Marlowe, who until now was thought to have been murdered with a knife in a tavern brawl in Deptford, London in 1593.
It is an indisputable proof of an authorship imposture.
It is mathematically verifiable.
It was created by the real Shakespeare himself with the deliberate intent of eternally revealing the authorship imposture to the world.
This publication is an historical exploration of the circumstances and a simple mathematical proof of this seemingly impossible fact.
According to Lee Vidor:
Even though it seems utterly impossible, the Shakespeare-X Message is a definitive statement to the world from the acclaimed dramatist Christopher Marlowe that he is the authentic writer of the works of Shakespeare.
The message proves itself effortlessly to common sense, effortlessly to anyone with the smallest grasp of reason. It is a message written by a literary genius.
The Shakespeare-X Message was first uncovered by Lee Vidor on May 18th, 2009.
You can read the message to the world from Shakespeare here for the first time in 400 years. It is free to view in the book sample.
Everything we know of the living man Shakespeare has been wrong.
The Shakespeare-X Message is dazzlingly brilliant in inspiration and vision. Exactly as we would expect from the mind of the genius Shakespeare.
This non fiction book contains the complete and simple proof that the message is authentic and irrefutable. Also supporting historical research underlying the implications of the Shakespeare-X Message and the authorship imposture. Also included are an analysis of the causes and consequences of the academic misattibution of the literary works of Shakespeare, fresh speculations on the real life of Shakespeare-Marlowe as he lived it, and analysis of the methods of the imposture as it was carried out.
Mathematicians and scientists of the world are particularly encouraged to publicly support or attempt to refute the Shakespeare-X Message.
The world requires you do this in order to correct Shakespearean scholars who can neither grasp the conclusive mathematics, nor face the consequences of their devastating error.
Without respect for the scientific method the world is lost.
The Shakespeare-X Message speaks conclusively for itself.
It displays the astonishing intellect of Shakespeare to us in contemporary terms.
Once more we see the grandeur of his genius.
The Shakespeare-X Message is everything a Shakespeare lover could hope for.
It is the mind of Shakespeare, alive anew in the world.
Greater than we ever dreamed.
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According to critics:
‘Impossible.. Historic.. There is magic in the world after all..’
'Simply Incredible.. 200 years from now people will still be discussing this document.’
'A message of conceptual genius from Shakespeare himself.. He dazzles us still.
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