The Cryptographic Shakespeare
A MONOGRAPH WHEREIN THE POEMS AND PLAYS ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ARE PROVEN TO CONTAIN THE ENCIPHERED NAME OF THE CONCEALED
By PENN LEARY
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"Why how now gentleman: why this is flat knaverie to take upon you another mans's name."
William Shakespeare: Taming of the Shrew, iv, 1, 127
"Wherefore let us come to CYPHARS. Their kinds are many as, Cyphars simple; Cyphars intermixt with Nulloes, or non-significant Characters; Cyphers of double Letters under one Character; Wheele-Cyphars; Kay-Cyphars; Cyphars of words; Others."
Francis Bacon: The Advancement of Learning
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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-90117
Quotations excerpted from The Man Who Saw Through Time Copyright 1973
Loren Eiseley, reprinted with permission of Charles Scribners Sons, New York City.