To the right is a summary of my findings, the gist of the Elizabethan name pun subtituiton code:
Below are quotes that help focus my work.
“My intentions are, as you well know, more readily arguable and, in many cases, more conscious, more
from a letter to B. Merema, 10 May 1952
“Use your eyes!”
Jeff Larkin, my doctor, said to his son Chris, “So if Peter’s right, how big is this?”
Chris Larkin, a Ph. D. candidate in English Renaissance Literature, answered, “It’s big. It’s
This Stratfordian study reveals how I discovered code words and letters that name key persons of Shakespeare's Sonnets as well as key code numbers that may give us a time-line.
In those sonnets can be found doublets—2 is another key code number—used as name words or embedded letters for Will Shakespeare, Henry Wriothesley, Kit Marlowe, and Aemilia Bassano Lanyer.
Author Photo by Sandy Jensen
Date last updated: 31 December 2009