..Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
WHAT SHAKESPEARE ACTUALLY WROTE ABOUT.
From Hamlet — Christ to King Lear — Ivan the Terrible.

WHAT SHAKESPEARE ACTUALLY WROTE ABOUT Publishing house AST, Astrel, 2011

ABSTRACT.

The present edition is issued in a new edition, made by ..Fomenko in 2013. It considerably differs from the previous ones. In particular, the colored pictures are reproduced as colored (compared to the previous editions, where they were reproduced as black-and-white). The New Chronology throws a new and unexpected light on the outstanding works of Shakespeare. It appears that such famous plays as "Hamlet", such as "King Lear", such as "Macbeth", such as "Timon of Athens", such as "Henry VIII", such as "Titus Andronicus", were based on the real events of the XII-XVI centuries, which took place in the Great Empire. Prince Hamlet turns out to be a reflection of Andronicus-Christ (Andrew the Pious) and John the Baptist; king Lear is a reflection of Chan Ivan the Terrible; king Makbeth – is evangelic tsar Herod; Timon of Athens – is Judas Iscariot; king Henry VIII – is Ivan the Terrible; queen Anna Boleyn – is Elena Voloshanka = Esther.

As the authors note, the reconstruction is suppositional in some places. At the same time the authors answer for the accuracy and reliability of the calculated by them datings.

CONTENTS

FOREWORD

Chapter 1.
"ANCIENT" KING LEAR, DESCRIBED BY GEOFFREY OF MONMOUTH AND WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, - THIS IS IVAN THE TERRIBLE (BASIL THE BLESSED).

1. Short contents of the tragedy of Shakespeare "King Lear".

2. From where did Shakespeare learn about king Lear and his daughters?

3. The story of king Lear on the pages of "The history of Britons" of Geoffrey of Monmouth. When king Lear lived?

4. A tale of Geoffrey about king Lear.

5. Short description of parallelism.

6. Reminder: short story of Esther = Elena Voloshanka at the time of Ivan III=IV the Terrible.

7. Abjurer and mad king Lear – this is Ivan the Terrible = Basil the Blessed.

8. Cordelia and Sophia Paleolog. She is also Catherine de Medicis, she is also Vashti from the Old Testament.

9. Bad daughters of Lear – Goneril and Regan – these are reflections of bad Esther (Elena Voloshanka) and Ivan the Young, the son of Ivan the Terrible.

10. Shakespearian Earl of Gloucester – this is a reflection of tsar Vasily II the Dark.

11. Vasily III and Elena Glinskaya (the parents of Ivan IV the Terrible) were also reflected in the story of king Lear.

12. The river Sora, where king Lear (Ivan the Terrible) is buried, this is the Egyptian river Nile, where there are famous pharaoh burials in Luxor.

Chapter 2.
"SAGA ABOUT HAMLET" OF SAXO GRAMMATICUS AND THE TRAGEDY OF SHAKESPEARE "HAMLET" ARE BASED ON THE LIFE STORY OF ANDRONICUS-CHRIST AND JOHN THE BAPTIST FROM THE XII CENTURY AND ARE WRITTEN IN THE SPIRIT OF SCEPTICAL ANTI-GOSPEL.

1. Short contents of "Hamlet" of Shakespeare.

2. What is known about the story of Hamlet.

3. An Ancient Saga about Hamlet on the pages of the chronicle "Gesta Danorum" of Saxo Grammaticus.

4. Our previous results let us indicate an impossible original of the story of Hamlet in the XII century.

5. Killed father of Hamlet – this is John the Baptist. His wife Gertrude (Gerata) – this is evangelic Herodias. And the killer and the new husband of Gertrude, king Claudius, - this is evangelic tsar Herod.

6. Orestes = Christ, Aegisthus = tsar Herod, Clytaemnestra = Herodias, Agamemnon = John the Baptist. These are, correspondingly, duplicates of prince Hamlet, king Claudius, queen Gertrude and Hamlet the Oldest from the tragedy of Shakespeare.

7. Haunting of Hamlet to the Oldest prince Hamlet – this is partly a reflection of the "resurrection" of John the Baptist, and also a famous evangelic resurrection of Lazarus.

8. Visitation of Hamlet the Oldest and "transmission of the miracle" to prince Hamlet also reflects the Baptism of Christ by John the Baptist.

9. The Baptism of Christ, as it is incredulously described by Saxo Grammaticus.

10. Ophelia, which was sent to Hamlet and a loose woman, which was sent to Christ.

11. As Saxo Grammaticus told about the meeting of Hamlet with Ophelia.

12. The pretended madness of Hamlet and the skeptical version, which discussed the "madness" o Christ.

13. Gertrude – was a "dissolute" mother of Hamlet and accusations of Holy Mary in "contamination", loudly sounding from the pages of some ancient skeptical texts.

14. The death of Gertrude – this is the death of Roman Lucretia and koimesis of the Blessed Vergin.

15. Jesus was a carpenter and a son of a carpenter, and Hamlet skillfully and craftily works out the wooden hooks.

16. Why Hamlet raced back to front, that is face to the tail.

17. What the letter was erased and once again written by Hamlet? It appears that this is a trace of the Caesarean operation.

18. Cunning Rosencrantz and Guildenstern – these are reflections of Judas Iscariot.

19. Thirty shekels of Judas and the "cane" of Hamlet, filled with gold.

20. The evangelic Lords Supper on the pages of Saxo Grammaticus.

21. A miracle in Cana of Galilee. Hamlet made the barons drunk at the banquet.

22. Sailing off and return of Hamlet on the boat – this is unsuccessful runaway of Andronicus-Christ from Tsar-Grad during the rebellion.

23. Fake death of Hamlet and his resurrection.

24. Injuries of Hamlet and crucifixion of Christ.

25. Hamlet kills king Claudius. Orestes kills tsar Aegisthus. Apollo (Christ) kills dragon Python (Herod).

26. The death of Hamlet and the death of Jesus "Fire" = the mountain Calvary.

27. The Shakespearian story about Laertes – this is one more reflection of the story of Judas Iscariot.

28. The death of Hamlet – this is the death of Christ on the cross.

29. The brainpan of Yorick on the cemetery and the brainpan of Adam under the foundation of the cross of Jesus. Discussion of the ash of Alexander the Great.

30. Resurrection of Christ.

31. The conversation of Hamlet with his mother and the conversation of Christ with Mary Magdalene. "Don't touch me". The Incredulity of Tholos.

32. Shakespearian Polonius – this is a reflection of evangelic Pontius Pilate.

33. The famous Mandylion of Edessa = the Veil of Veronica = the Shroud of Christ, as appears, is also shown by Shakespeare.

34. Under what "curtain" or "carpet" hided Polonius, listening to the conversation of Hamlet with his mother?

35. Shakespearian Ophelia is a reflection of Procla, the wife of Pontius Pilate.

36. Theater reminder, made by Hamlet to Claudius, this is an evangelic reminder to Herod about the execution of John the Baptist. Then there was the sea trip of Hamlet-Christ.

37. Itinerant actors, the friends of Hamlet, - these are apostles of Christ.

38. The sixteenth century on the pages of the tragedy of Shakespeare and the Chronicle of Grammaticus. Hamlet the Oldest and Vasily III, prince Hamlet and young Ivan IV the Terrible, Hertrude and Elena Glinskaya, king Claudius and Ivan Sheepskin.

Chapter 3.
THE ATORY OF MACBETH AND LADY MACBETH, TOLD BY HOLINSHED AND SHAKESPEARE, THIS IS A TALE ABOUT TSAR HEROD, TSARINA HERODIAS, JOHN THE BAPTIST AND ANDRONICUS-CHRIST.

1. The story of Macbeth.

2. "Chronological calculation" immediately tells – where should be an original of the story of Macbeth.

3. Good king Dub, described by Holinshed, this is John the Baptist. Skeptical description of the Christian crucifixion in the "biography" of Dub.

4. Bad governor Donald – this is tsar Herod, and bad sorceresses, trying to kill king Dub, this is Tsarina Herodias and her daughter Salome. The death of John-Dub.

5. The death of Dub from the hand of Donald, which was pushed for murder by his wife. This is a story of the death of John the Baptist.

6. And now – the second duplicate, that is the story of Macbeth. Here Duncan and Banquo are two reflections of one John the Baptist.

7. Three evangelic Wise Men, who met tsar Herod, and three women – oracular sisters, who predicted the future of Macbeth and Banquo.

8. Macbeth is eager to get power and kills Duncan, and then Banquo. This is a reflection of the evangelic story of Herod, Herodias and John the Baptist.

9. One more story about the death of John the Baptist: this is the murder of Macbeth by Banquo.

10. Wizards-Wise Men about Macduff and Macbeth. Macbeth –Herod starts to pursue Macduff-Jesus.

11. Macduff-Christ was cut from belly of his mother.

12. Macduff-Christ runs for life from the angry tsar Macbeth - Herod.

13. Beating of the Bethlehem infants.

14. Second appearance of the evangelic stage of "hands washing" by Pontius Pilate on the pages of Shakespeare.

15. Temptation of Jesus by the devil and the Shakespearian trial of Macduff (Christ) by Malcolm ("Satan"). The victory of Jesus- Macduff.

16. A campaign of Macduff-Jesus and the English against Macbeth -Herod- this is the Trojan war, that are the Crusades of the beginning of the XIII century.

17. "The Birnam Wood", which moved on the castle of Macbeth, this is the famous Trojan horse, which was "rolled" in Troy.

18. It appears that the famous family of Lermonts-Lermontovs – is one of the oldest and goes back to the epoch of the Trojan war of the beginning of the XIII century.

Chapter 4.
THE DRAMA "TIMON OF ATHENS" – THIS IS A TALE ABOUT JUDAS ISCARIOT IN AN ANTI-EVANGELIC SENSE.

1. What is known about Shakespearian "Timon".

2. Evangelic Judas-traitor is described by Plutarch as Timon of Athens.

3. A famous Athenian Alquiviad is considered to be a friend of Timon. Alquiviad is one more reflection of Judas Iscariot.

4. Short contents of Shakespearian "Timon".

5. Money, money, money... but then - devastation. Got money and threw them on the ground.

6. An honest cynic and philosopher Apemantus – as a distorted reflection of Christ. The Lords Supper and the feast of Timon.

7. Final. Suicide.

Chapter 5.
SHAKESPEARIAN CHRONICLE "HENRY VIII" TELLS ACTUALLY ABOUT IVAN THE TERRIBLE AND THE STORY OF ESTHER = ELENA VOLOSHANKA.

1. We already know well, who actually was the famous English king Henry VIII.

2. The story of Elena Voloshanka = Esther on the pages of Shakespeare.

3. Powerful, cruel tsar.

4. Near the tsar there is the second person in the Empire, the right hand of tsar.

5. The first wife of the governor – a good and honest woman, a foreigner, which is respected.

6. Plot and disgrace of the honest wife.

7. Queen Catherine of Aragon without permission left the court of king Henry, and the Biblical tsarina Vashti didn't come at the request of tsar Artaxerxes on a big meeting.

8. As a result of the refusal of tsarina to participate in the tsar meeting it is requested to change her for another wife.

9. The tsar puts aside the first legal wife and marries another one (or makes her his lower).

10. The new tsarina – a young beautiful woman, cunningly pretending honest.

11. Exile of the legal wife.

12. A powerful courtier, who is "figure number two" in the state, is flatly against divorce of the tsar and against new wife-lower.

13. "Person number two" in the state loses out the fight and dies "for the woman".

14. Together with the new wife of the tsar a heretic also raises to power. But many powerful people are against him.

15. The tsar unexpectedly for most of his national supports the heretics, turns to the side of religious heresy.

16. A strange rebellion during "the baptism of Elizabeth", the struggle of Oprichnina with Zemshchina, the Massacre of St. Bartholomew, the struggle of the Jews with the Persians, the Purim.

Chapter 6.
SOME OTHER WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE.

1. Tragedy "Julius Caesar".

2. Tragedy "Antony and Cleopatra".

3. Drama "Pericles".

4. Drama "Troilus and Cressida".

5. Drama "Lucretia".

6. Drama "Coriolanus".

7. Tragedy "Titus Andronicus".

8. Conclusions.

Chapter 7.
MISCELLANEEOUS.

1. Who crashed Pugachev?

2. A full list of the found by us reflections (totally 91) of Andronicus-Christ = Andrey Bogolyubskiy in the Scaligerian version of history.

Appendix.
WHO HDES UNDER THE NAME OF SHAKESPEARE? WHAT IS EQUAL IN THE DESTINIES OF THE WORKS OF "SHAKESPEARE", "DURER", "MERCATOR", "RAPHAEL"...?

LITERATURE.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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