Her quintuple entendre to Parliament
Archery and the queen
The queens mother Anne Boleyn proven innocent of adultery
Saint Elizabeth the bird lady.
Her ruthless protective ladies.
The Bacton Altar Cloth The secret of the queens only remaining dress
Who has Queen Elizabeth I
Being questioned by the Queen
When I was growing up I was raised by distant relatives who were the royal horse breeders of those cute English ponies that everyone loves. And how that got me the best education in the world.
How I became the worlds first political cartoonist when I was Queen Elizabeth's personal state secretary and chamberlady. And quite a good proof that I am who I say I am (er..or that I was who I say I was).
I was born Ursula Stanley the
daughter of Henry Stanley the 4th Earl of Derby and was the
hereditary heir to the throne of England through
matrilineal descent. However, I used at least 8 other names due to assassination and kidnapping attempts. I even exchanged names and borrowed the names of other women for up to years at a time to give myself a complete history. I was Anne Vavasor for at least 15 years during which time I wrote the plays, married Edward DeVere, the Earl of Oxford.
How a woman in the 16th century wrote the plays attributed to the man at the left. (Down below.)
Why was Mary Queen of Scots really sentenced to death and secrets of the halberd. The Bill finally exposed. Also, why the Beefeaters needed the beef.
Secrets about the tower of London including how a theft of the crown jewels was thwarted and how to tell a Spanish cannon from other cannons of the 16th century.
All about the Ravens and pigeons at the tower of London as well as
penguins and a big bird in Renaissance England that is now extinct.
Secrets about Sir Francis Drake's circumnavigation of the world.
How my own final scene in the life of the bard almost played out.
Hatfield House Estate (seen in Batman and others) including the garden and maze and where to find a personal 400 year old Renaissance theatre and other rooms. Hidden treasure! Where the famous artist Marcus Gheeraerts painted his only ceiling murals which represents possibly the best undiscovered Renaissance art on earth.The hilarious secret trap which was Queen Elizabeth's 'Ermine Portrait'.
Fire ships! and the Spanish Armada. The French women of Calais and what they did for the Englishmen who saved England and them from marauding Spanish soldiers. Also, the first IED (Improvised Explosive Device) boat bomb which killed over 1000 Spanish.How the English knew a hurricane was on the way five full days before it arrived and how that inspired the English to attack at Gravelines which forced the Spanish Armada into the North Sea where the remnants of the hurricane destroyed it.
You can download and take this map of London at the time of Shakespeare. Full size at 1.7 meg or half size at 600k. I located a map of Hertfordshire for this site which is where Hatfield House is located but it cost 300 pounds. It was strangely familiar and when I saw that William Kip made it I realized that I already paid William for it, in addition to doing some other surveying work. I think it was about 20 pounds total....400 years ago. Then I shook my head and remembered what century I was in and that I no longer had the receipt.
There's something about (Bloody) Queen Mary and her paintings.
What about that little ice age?
Was Queen Elizabeth really a virgin or was she secretly married?
The horrible uncensored truth of the slaughter of French Knights at Agincourt.
From a different lifetime: The werewolves on the moors
NOTE:-As an American I did not study English History in high school or college nor have I ever been to England. Until about 2005 I did not even know which queen Queen Elizabeth I was or anything about her. This whole site was written without editing, in a 'stream of consciousness' from my memories of a past life that I fondly recall. But they are memories and our memories are often wrong. Also the memories are very weak, probably like your memories of when you were 3 years old. So these memories are filled with lot's of errors and wishful thinking.
The bottom line it that it is very hard to recall information from 400 years ago so please bear with me.
Scroll up for all about me. Scroll down for all about the plays:
I quickly answer a question that is very important. Why I didn't take credit for the plays that are attributed to William Shakespeare.
What role did the man named William Shakespeare have to do with the plays and who is this really a picture of?
Solid proof for the first time that the Bard was a woman.
How the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet was an actual allegory of the real tragedy of Mary Queen of Scots and the Earl of Bothwell. Thirty major parallels listed side by side. Don't miss it for the world.
The perv Falstaff exposed
for the animal he really was,
Night's Dream. How
and why Queen Elizabeth came up with Puck's name and unmasking European child molesting monarchs.
'The Tempest'. (Best for fans of history AND the Bard.) It was the stage version of the defeat of the Spanish Armada. It's real purpose was to prevent another invasion by humiliating the Spanish and it worked.
'Aunt Annes' Sex advice for young ladies or how a woman can write like a man or vice versa.
For those who are terminally addicted to acting I give you the following
Don't you hate it so when a person claims to have been someone in a past life but cant duplicate that persons skills. I can 'talk the talk' but can I 'walk the walk' (write like
the bard). It's one thing to say I was the bard but it is entirely
another thing to be able to write like him (or her). You be the judge. How about a series of double entendres that takes the plot of a screenplay I am writing in two directions at once. Here. Even better, how about a sexentendre , a sentence with 6 meanings. Or this page for another style of writing. Now if I just had the time to write.
My knowledge of the English language is literally an accumulation of all the words that I learned in at least six lifetimes. In the Bards life, 400 years ago, I had already had at least four lifetimes in England. Hence the bards immense vocabulary of over 30,000 words and her unrivalled command of the English language (though I can't act worth a damn).
J Pinil, Inc. 2004-8, 2020