A warm welcome back dear reader. So, what do we all think of the pyramids of Giza making an appearance in our trusty sonnet title page? Intriguing, no? Following on from that as promised, let us dive straight back in to see what other enthralling treasures this title page has yet to divulge…

Focus your eye on the ‘G.’ for a moment, notice the dot here is much larger than the other dots within the text. This G dot is positively screaming to be noticed. The capital G here stands for God the creator, AKA, the Grand Architect, The One, The All, the source that all things stem from. When one starts to draw lines from this G point, radiating out to meet the reference markers on the page, we notice 4 right-angled triangles appear, including a 3,4,5 Pythagorean triangle, which points to the secret knowledge of the ancient mystery schools. We know that the ancient mystery schools of the Pythagorean days were also in charge of keeping this sacred knowledge a secret. The 3,4,5 triangle here is a nod of respect to the former custodians of this secret and sacred knowledge.

According to Thales theorem, these triangles give sufficient reference markers on the page in order to create a perfect circle. Remember, all radiating from God, the Source. The synchronicities keep on coming, as when we pan out a little, we notice that the circle becomes an oversized O, and with the G. to d. to either side of it, spells ‘G.-O-d.’

A capital G is notoriously found in the center of the compass and square symbol of the Freemasons, I’m sure this correlation comes as no surprise at this juncture, especially considering we have already linked this title page to the Templars via the Chi Rho Symbol. The Freemasons and Templars are intrinsically linked. They shared the same knowledge and had a strong belief in God the Creator, the supreme architect, the mind behind the grand design of the universe. They encoded this belief into art, architecture, literature and much more. Clearly, Shakespeare’s works were no exception.

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The Chi Rho Symbol encoded in the sonnet title page.

When the brilliant and inquisitive mind of Alan Green further investigated this circle he found even more triangles, each one carrying its own unique ratio. Encoded in the ratios of these triangles are a myriad of mathematical constants, 4 of which were not discovered until some years later. Curiouser and curiouser! How is it possible that these supposedly unknown and yet to be discovered mathematical constants, all appear here in Shakespeare’s sonnet title page? What does this allude to? Are we not left in no doubt that these works are at the hands of a group of people who were privy to knowledge that was kept secret from the masses? Who else fits this bill if not the Freemasons?

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Through his remarkable calculations of these triangles, Alan Green proves the existence of The Fibonacci sequence, the Tribonacci sequence, the Phi ratio, the Pi ratio, and the E constant, which was first discovered by Isaac Newton in 1669, a whopping 60 years after the sonnet title page was created. Also encoded here are a few more constants that are nye on impossible to comprehend as the trigonometry is rather advanced. This complex mathematical encoding is certainly the work a genius mastermind, and considering John Dee’s credentials, I think it’s pretty obvious who’s culpable.

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All these lines radiate from G, symbolizing the source of creation.

Alan Green goes on to explain that the circle represents the ‘Globe’, and this Globe representation is confirmed by additional clues further down the line. The Globe was a fairly recent notion at the time the sonnet tile page was created, made popular by Copernicus who just so happened to be a Freemason. The Globe was a buzz word and a big obsession all round, so it’s no surprise to find its dimensions encoded in this sonnet title page. Alan uses the cardinal directions of the compass yet again to reveal some coordinates encrypted within this “Globe” circle. Yes, that’s correct, actual real-life, accurate coordinates have been encoded here, is this not truly remarkable and exciting news?

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Compass encoded into the sonnet title page.

Now, I realize I’ve only laid out the bare bones of how these coordinates were found, as usual I don’t wish to spoil the fun, I’m sure the avid truth seekers out there would much rather investigate these coordinates to see where they lead for themselves. So here they are, Google Earth is most helpful here.

Input Latitude: 29.9796 N

Input Longitude: 31.1299 E

Alternatively, I’ve included a link to Alan Greens presentation, where he reveals these coordinates, their ultimate destination, and explains the mathematical process of his discovery. It’s only 15 minute long, and well worth the investment of one’s time. This clip is truly a most fascinating and compelling watch, and clearly demonstrates that these mathematical discoveries can be no coincidence whatsoever.

For a closer look at this latest, rather epic location and why its relevant, head over the Enigma Realm Channel on Telegram, where the treasure hunt never sleeps, please Click the link below.

Join me next time in the final episode of this Shakespeare series, where we take a deep dive into the sonnet title page once more to reveal a master key that the genius John Dee left for us, and what a legacy it is.

Discover what alchemical secrets it will unlock for us in Part 5 of Shakespeare: Fact or Fiction?

Until next time
Happy treasure hunting.

Alan Green shows how he found coordinates encoded in the triangles on the sonnet title page.

For an even closer inspection of Alan Greens calculations and accuracy of these coordinates, follow the link below which will lead you to the precise page on his website.

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2 thought on “Shakespeare: Fact Or Fiction? Part 4”
  1. Hi, thanks for the great article. But i start doubting, when it gets to this detail: you cannot measure the lines up to 4 decimal places (relating to one centimetre). I would say you can measure lengths up to one millimetre or maybe up to half of a millimetre. But in any case not to one-hundredth of a millimetre. Where does this accuracy come from?

    1. Hi, thanks for your comment, it’s a great question. I believe Alan derives his unit of measurement from the 3,4,5 Pythagorean triangle, so he’s not measuring in millimeters.

      I’ve added a link at the bottom of the article that will take you straight to his workings out.

      Best wishes with your research, do let us know how you get on.

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