Posted By Roger Stritmatter on November 29, 2009
Welcome to Shake-Speare’s Bible.com.
Our topic is Shake-speare’s Bible. The one he owned.
Really. No joke.
To learn what that means, please visit the “about” page.
Of course, since we don’t believe in censorship and bullying here, and we’re interested in a lot of different subjects — being, as it were, on an intellectual adventure of our lives — you’ll find a lot of extras here.
For example, every once in a while, we diverge to consider other topics in intellectual history — lately, the intense and exciting developments in online news and debate over the resurgence of “Cold Fusion”/LENR energy production, hailed by Gerald Celente and many others in 2011 as a new industrial revolution “in statu nascendi.”
For more information on LENR, please visit e-catworld.com or coldfusionnow!
You won’t be disappointed. For a selection of some of the very best online de Vere/Shakespeare resources, visit my links page. – Ed
If your site fits well with this list, let me know and I can list it.
Update 3/16- categories are not working! Sorry for any confusion. Still working on it.
Posted By Roger Stritmatter on August 14, 2016
Here is a free suggestion for aspiring Oxfraudians who want to follow in the footsteps of great scholars like James Shapiro or Tom Reedy.
Stratford is hiring. (more…)
Posted By Roger Stritmatter on May 22, 2016
Posted By Roger Stritmatter on May 21, 2016
The internet is a fascinating beast.
As we all know, it unleashed the potential for communication and conversation across distances, language barriers, and many other factors of both space and time.
Its always seemed to me a good rule of thumb that having passionate discussion is be preferred over listening to a dull or uninformed speaker, or worse yet, a speaker who is both dull and uninformed, as sometimes happens when orthodox “Shakespeareans” decide to give public lectures without much advance preparation on the theory that what’s good enough to convince themselves is good enough to convince anyone. From that point of view, we are lucky to have the internet as a new venue for inquiry as well as socializing. (more…)
Posted By Roger Stritmatter on April 17, 2016
Here’s my Amazon review of Cutler’s impressive and eruditely comedic “Crackpot’s View” book.
After Steve Steinburg’s hard-hitting I Come To Bury Shaksper: A Deconstruction of the Fable of the Stratfordian Shake-speare and the Supporting Scholarship, Cutler’s volume is perhaps the strongest application of uncompromising post-Stratfordian logic to expose the contradictory and inconclusive arguments set forth to support the traditional bardography as promulgated by the Shakespearean establishment and its online shock troops, which are of course always well represented on Amazon reviews. More at Amazon.