Was the dark secret of the Virgin Queen’s heir an illicit page of Shakespearean drama?
Alan W. Green, host of Gaia’s “Shakespeare Decoded,” joins Regina Meredith to expand on the mysterious, royal lineage of the Bard. Green draws upon evidence from anagrams and cryptography to speculate that the 17th Earl of Oxford was the son and lover of England’s Elizabeth I.
Hear Green’s theory that Shakespeare’s works were scripture written by an enlightened being — who may have fathered an heir to the throne with his own mother. Was the 17th Earl of Oxford a collaborator of Francis Bacon? What can Green’s life mission reveal about the Bard’s true identity?