Cracking the Shakespeare Code

go to site Norwegian Baconian Petter Amundsen had recently released a new series of videos about a hidden code in Shakespeare’s First Folio.

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here In this three-part series, we learn how the map functions and about the codes often hidden in Renaissance art. We discover who might have wanted to hide the treasure and how they did it and journey across the world to a tiny island in Nova Scotia in search of the treasure. We follow Amundsen and Dr Robert Crumpton, a sceptical historian, on their quest to discover the truth.

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source site The videos are available to watch for a small fee via this link: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/sevensteps

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