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Katherine Chiljan - Who was Shakespeare? Why did he Hide his Identity?

Everything Imaginable

https://www.doubtaboutwill.orghttps://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.orgshakespearesuppressed.com

1hr 14mins

16 Jul 2021

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FAKESPEARE 101 with Katherine Chiljan

Night-Light Radio

KATHERINE CHILJAN returns to discuss what promises to be an exciting, free webinar. Many of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship researchers and authors will be presenting their latest conclusions on the authorship controversy. There are many different angles of this enigma, and we are fortunate to get a sneak peek of what this webinar has in store. Of course, we will look at the members of the nobility behind the deliberately misleading "First Folio," but we will also touch upon some high strangeness in "The Tempest," Looney's profiling in "Shakespeare Identified," the plays were constantly being revised and much more. CRAIG ANSELL, from "3 Beards Podcast," will be cohosting.https://shakespearesuppressed.com

1hr 22mins

23 Sep 2020

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FAKESPEARE 101 with Katherine Chiljan

NIGHT-LIGHT RADIO

KATHERINE CHILJAN returns to discuss what promises to be an exciting, free webinar. Many of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship researchers and authors will be presenting their latest conclusions on the authorship controversy. There are many different angles of this enigma, and we are fortunate to get a sneak peek of what this webinar has in store. Of course, we will look at the members of the nobility behind the deliberately misleading "First Folio," but we will also touch upon some high strangeness in "The Tempest," Looney's profiling in "Shakespeare Identified," the plays were constantly being revised and much more. CRAIG ANSELL, from "3 Beards Podcast," will be cohosting.https://shakespearesuppressed.com

1hr 23mins

23 Sep 2020

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Mysteries and Monsters: Episode 84 Katherine Chiljan

Mysteries and Monsters

For many, William Shakespeare is the greatest playwright of all time, his works consistently performed on film, television and on stage across the world. With works such as Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Othello and many more being household names, his legacy transcends continents, cultures and language. Yet, for the last 175 years, people have questioned if William Shakespeare really is the man we are led to believe. Many point to a man with no history, no educational history and a missing decade as sure signs that William Shakespeare is a ghost of his time, a pseudonym for someone else, ostracised by the Establishment of the early 17th century. To discuss this, I am joined by author Katherine Chiljan to hear the argument for the real William Shakespeare, The Earl of Oxford, Edward De Vere. A publish author, traveller and intellectual giant of his time who knew far more than the established narrative of William Shakespeare and some who actually had experience of travel, law, medicine, sport and more besides. We are left with many questions and I thank Katherine for joining me to discuss this intriguing conundrum Katherine's book can be found here: Katherine's website is here: Further information can be found here:  Our Patreon is now live, with bonus content, early release of the regular show, articles and monthly prizes for everyone who signs up! Join here now for the flat fee of $4 a month which is a bargain! Don't forget, you can now show your support with our Merchandise shop on Redbubble! Check it out here! You can join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel! Email us at mysteriesandmonsters@gmail.com with any feedback, guest suggestions or if you'd like to appear. All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys.  #KatherineChiljan #ShakespeareSuppressed #EarlOfOxford #EdwardDeVere #FrancisBacon #ChristopherMarlowe #SirWalterRaleigh #QueenElizabeth #WilliamShakespeare #Tudor #Elizabethan #Conspiracy #Oxfordians #OakIsland #History

1hr 6mins

3 Sep 2020

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Behind the Obsidian Curtain

"A rose by any other name"? Author/Lecturer Katherine Chiljan steps "Behind The Obsidian Curtain" to regale us and reveal her fascinating evidence that all these centuries we may have been tossing kudos to the wrong dude. Tune in and hear quite the collection of facts!

55mins

24 Aug 2020

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Episode - 16 Who Was the REAL William Shakespeare? with Katherine Chiljan

Conflict Radio

Is something wrong with Shakespeare's biography?William Shakespeare is the most celebrated and most read poet and dramatist in history, but his personal life and artistic life is a mystery. How did he obtain the extensive learning and experience displayed in his works? When were his plays written and why were his works so often pirated by printers? Although publicly lauded during his lifetime, why was Shakespeare's death not noticed by those in the literary world near the time that it had occurred? These are only a few problems that the Shakespeare professor cannot answer definitively after two centuries of scholarship.Much contemporary evidence, however, is available that can shed light on many of these problems -- evidence that gets ignored because it does not fit the experts' picture of Shakespeare. This evidence overwhelmingly indicates that 'William Shakespeare' was the great author's pen name, and that he was a nobleman. It shows that he wrote decades earlier than believed, and initially for the private entertainment of Queen Elizabeth I and her court.KATHERINE CHILJAN is an independent scholar who has studied the Shakespeare authorship question for over 30 years. She has debated the topic with English professors at the Smithsonian Institution and at the Mechanics’ Institute Library in San Francisco. She has written several articles for Shakespeare-Oxford Newsletter, and served as its editor for two years. She is currently on the Research Grant committee for the Shakespeare-Oxford Fellowship.Chiljan has given talks on the Shakespeare Authorship Question in numerous public libraries, clubs, universities, and bookstores throughout California. She is a frequent guest on radio shows and podcasts, including “Coast to Coast-AM” in 2018.https://shakespearesuppressed.com/Conflict Radio Websitehttps://conflictradio.net/Conflict Radio - Episode 16 Who Was the REAL William Shakespeare? with Katherine Chiljan

1hr 3mins

31 Jul 2020

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EP 30 Katherine Chiljan The Shakespeare Authorship Controversy

3 Beards Podcast

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1hr 4mins

23 Jul 2020

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"Shakespeare Identified" at 100 with Katherine Chiljan

Night-Light Radio

Shakespeare Authorship Controversy specialist KATHERINE CHILJAN returns to discuss the 100th anniversary of the publication of J. Thomas Looney's "Shakespeare Identified."  Prior to the appearance of this book, many people had doubts about attributing the world's most revered canon of literature to the man from Stratford, but they did not know who wrote the endearing plays, poems and sonnets.  Looney gave us a name and presented convincing evidence.  "Identified" is a remarkable early work on profiling.  It will also be featured at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on March 4, 2020.  The book's punctuation and grammar have been updated, and the bibliography has been greatly expanded.  We will be changing history tonight!!!! Shakespeare website

1hr 4mins

19 Feb 2020

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"Shakespeare Identified" at 100 with Katherine Chiljan

NIGHT-LIGHT RADIO

Shakespeare Authorship Controversy specialist KATHERINE CHILJAN returns to discuss the 100th anniversary of the publication of J. Thomas Looney's "Shakespeare Identified."  Prior to the appearance of this book, many people had doubts about attributing the world's most revered canon of literature to the man from Stratford, but they did not know who wrote the endearing plays, poems and sonnets.  Looney gave us a name and presented convincing evidence.  "Identified" is a remarkable early work on profiling.  It will also be featured at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on March 4, 2020.  The book's punctuation and grammar have been updated, and the bibliography has been greatly expanded.  We will be changing history tonight!!!! Shakespeare website

1hr 5mins

19 Feb 2020

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2020/01/11 – Katherine Chiljan – Will the Real William Shakespeare Please Stand Up?: New Evidence

OSOM First Hour

Who was William Shakespeare?   If this sounds like the beginnings of a bad joke or a trick question, it’s not; serious scholars — like my guest tonight, Katherine Chiljan  — have been asking this fundamental question about the true identity of “William Shakespeare, the great Elizabethan playwright,” for the last 400 years!   You see, it’s like this:   Yes, there was a real “William Shakespeare” — who, according to multiple town records, was born, lived in and died in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in 1607; the problem is, after hundreds of years of subsequent Shakespeare-the-poet-and-playwright scholarship, there’s no DIRECT evidence that Stratford Shakespeare … was Poet Shakespeare!   Looking deeper into this remarkable authorship controversy, one can clearly see from other evidence that, in fact, the association of the Stratford Man with the Great Author, has been a deliberate, carefully planned  HOAX … that’s lasted over 400 years!   WHY?   Join us, tonight … [...]

58mins

1 Jan 2020

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