Allisnum2er Posted November 6, 2022 Share Posted November 6, 2022 (edited) Compass der Weisen (1779) Six years ago, I learned that there was a "Shakespeare Authorship Question" thanks to research for a story that I was writing. At that time, I only knew what I had read on wikipedia that is to say three main candidates (Bacon, De Vere and Marlowe), and the Prince Tudor Theory. I began my own research without preconceived notion (at least without opinion on this issue). And I began to explore Shakespeare's Sonnets with a first key : the number 55 . This was how I have been introduced to the fantastic work of Rick Wagner on Sonnet 55 and made my first discovery. (P.S : I just noticed thanks to the "cut and copy" that it was comment 1106 😊 ! ) At the end of the pdf that I shared with you few months ago, I left a clue. Today, 06/11 is the perfect Sunday or "Son Day" to share with you the secrets of another important number. The Time has come to share with you the secrets of number 161. 161.pdf Nulle Rose sans épines - Amorum Emblemata (Otto van Veen, 1608) https://archive.org/details/amorumfigurisaen00veen/page/160/mode/2up To be continued ... Edited November 6, 2022 by Allisnum2er 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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