Shakespeare has demonstrated a known Elizabethan cipher method to us with Sonnet 136
in which he tells us his "name is Will",
and then uses the number cipher totals of the first letters of the lines of the Sonnet
to give us the Simple and Kaye Ciphers of "WILL SHAKESPEARE".

A question is inevitable to come up as to why he would use any cipher at all.
This is where the Truth Seeker must use his wits to find out Truth.

The Shakespeare Authorship question is not new,
and is debated very passionately by several sides of the argument.
One theory that has come up in the discussions is that Shakespeare may be somehow related to Queen Elizabeth.
One of the themes in the Sonnets is repeated often, and that theme is "Succession".

As a Truth Seeker we must use all the clues which we have at our disposal to seek Truth.
In Sonnet 136 Shakespeare tells us his name is "Will", and gives us a cipher method to use.
So what if indeed Shakespeare's name is "Will", but he is the son of the Queen, "Elizabeth Tudor"?
We could look at the cipher numbers of "WILL TUDOR" to see if by chance there is another clue for us.

Below is a Table that gives us the cipher totals of the name:

"WILL TUDOR"



WILL TUDOR
  SIMPLE REVERSE SHORT KAYE
Name 126 99 36 178
W 21 4 3 21
I 9 16 9 35
L 11 14 2 11
L 11 14 2 11
         
T 19 6 1 19
U 20 5 2 20
D 4 21 4 30
O 14 11 5 14
R 17 8 8 17


Notice the Simple Cipher of "WILL TUDOR" is 126, and the Reverse Cipher is 99.

Here we find one of the most amazing coincidences in the search for Truth in all of the Sonnets.
You see, there are only two Sonnets of the 154 total Sonnets that do not have 14 lines in them.
These are Sonnets
126, with 12 lines, and 99, with 15 lines.

 

If this was an intentional clue, and we must at least consider this,
then perhaps we would find important cipher numbers in these two Sonnets to confirm or deny this.

The Tables below contain the Cipher numbers for Sonnets
126 and 99, and the name "WILLIAM TUDOR"


Sonnet 126 (first letters)
  SIMPLE REVERSE SHORT KAYE
Name 148 152 58 278
O 14 11 5 14
D 4 21 4 30
W 21 4 3 21
T 19 6 1 19
I 9 16 9 35
A 1 24 1 27
S 18 7 9 18
M 12 13 3 12
Y 23 2 5 23
S 18 7 9 18
H 8 17 8 34
A 1 24 1 27


The Simple Cipher of Sonnet 126 is 148, and the Reverse Cipher is 152.
Now look to the Table below with the name "WILLIAM TUDOR".

 

WILLIAM TUDOR
  SIMPLE REVERSE SHORT KAYE
Name 148 152 49 252
W 21 4 3 21
I 9 16 9 35
L 11 14 2 11
L 11 14 2 11
I 9 16 9 35
A 1 24 1 27
M 12 13 3 12
         
T 19 6 1 19
U 20 5 2 20
D 4 21 4 30
O 14 11 5 14
R 17 8 8 17

 


The Simple Cipher is 148, the Reverse Cipher is 152.

Now look to Sonnet 99:

Sonnet 99 (first letters)
  SIMPLE REVERSE SHORT KAYE
Name 148 227 49 356
T 19 6 1 19
S 18 7 9 18
I 9 16 9 35
W 21 4 3 21
I 9 16 9 35
T 19 6 1 19
A 1 24 1 27
T 19 6 1 19
O 14 11 5 14
A 1 24 1 27
A 1 24 1 27
B 2 23 2 28
A 1 24 1 27
M 12 13 3 12
B 2 23 2 28

 

The Simple Cipher of Sonnet 99 is 148, and the Short Cipher is 49.

 

WILLIAM TUDOR
  SIMPLE REVERSE SHORT KAYE
Name 148 152 49 252
W 21 4 3 21
I 9 16 9 35
L 11 14 2 11
L 11 14 2 11
I 9 16 9 35
A 1 24 1 27
M 12 13 3 12
         
T 19 6 1 19
U 20 5 2 20
D 4 21 4 30
O 14 11 5 14
R 17 8 8 17

 


The Simple Cipher of "WILLIAM TUDOR" is 148, and the Short Cipher is 49.




This is certainly something that opens up new doors to explore.
In the centuries that have passed since these Sonnets were written many of the mysteries still persist.
If we begin to read the Sonnets from a viewpoint that perhaps they were written by someone named "William Tudor",
and that he was the son of Queen Elizabeth,
the entire collection takes on a whole new life and seems to make sense where it never did before.

As Seekers of Truth,
we are obligated to search in the shadows and corners where no-one has looked before for Truth.
Maybe, just maybe, we have discovered a piece of Truth right here in these numbers.
It is our duty to look deeper and see if we can verify this or deny it.
We cannot under any circumstance just let it go without finding out more.
For if indeed Shakespeare gave us these ciphers, he must have had a reason.
And if he was the rightful heir to the Tudor Crown,
and was a Prince undercover,
then it is our responsibility,
as Seekers of Truth,
to bring this Truth to the Light of Day.

By another "coincidence", the number 136,
which is the Sonnet number that Shakespeare used a Key and led us this far,
is also the Simple Cipher of "TUDOR PRINCE".

One thing about discoveries; a new discovery always leads to new questions.
For instance, why is there no history of a Prince named "William Tudor", and why has nobody ever looked for him?
Click here to find a possible solution to this question.

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