THE BARDCAST WITH THE BARD CODE
EpISODE 1 - ALAN'S BIRTHDAY LAUNCH
Join Alan Green for his new Bardcast™ show.*
A deep dive into stunning discoveries related to the Shakespeare Mystery and their implications for science, art and world events today.
Topics will include :Sacred Geometry, Ancient wisdom and the Great Pyramid, Historical cover-ups, Cryptography and Number Theory, ‘True’ Pythagorean tuning and the ‘432’ movement, Spiritual Alchemy, meditation and consciousness, Scientific and educational breakthroughs, Paradigm shifts in general
… what’s next in a post-Covid world?
Michael Henry Dunn is a human rights advocate, scholar, author, musician, and a globally recognized commentator on issues of human rights and the restoration of the Rule of Law.
Michael is a classically trained actor who left an award-winning 15 year career in the theater to work as a vegetarian cook in a monastery for three years, before turning his hand to ‘lost history’ and free-lance journalism exposing the machinations of the corrupt financial elite.
YouTube – Michael Henry Dunn
Home Page – www.michaelhenrydunn.com
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Sacred Academy of Global Evolution: www.geo-energetics.org
Watch ‘Sherlock Holmes & The Shakespeare Mystery’ Michael Dunn’s one man show which inspired Alan Green to start his research into the Bard back in 2002.
prof. michAel delahoyde
Delahoyde grew up a bit in Poughkeepsie, NY, went to Vassar College and earned a Ph.D. in English Literature at the University of Michigan. He has been a non-tenured professor at Washington State University since the early ’90s, teaching Shakespeare, Mythology, and interdisciplinary Humanities courses. Delahoyde has written articles on Chaucer, dinosaur films, meat ads, mummies, and more, but has devoted all publishing energies for the past two decades to Oxfordianism, including an edition of Anthony and Cleopatra, and, coming soon, Twelfth Night.
Prof. Delahoyde notes: “I am thoroughly Oxfordian and an AlanGreenian, having witnessed Alan’s first Holy Trinity presentation and his having shared with me most of his other discoveries concerning the Sonnets encodings, the sacred geometry, the mathematical constants, the relevance of the Great Pyramids, and more.”
Website – www.michaeldelahoyde.org
11 Thins to Love about Shakespeare by Prof.Delahoyde.
Click on ‘Shakespeare’