Alan Green has manifested his way to a respectable music career and more, on a path of synchronicity and code-breaking that lead him to discover what is most likely a history-changing secret, hidden in plain sight.

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-How the mathematical code relates to the Great Pyramid and it’s historical importance.
-The alchemical connection.
-The underlying value of knowing reality’s blueprints.
-Why Alan doesn’t see Sir Francis Bacon as the true identity of Shakespeare.
-The Saturn/Jupiter connection.

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24 responses to “Alan Green | The Shakespeare Mystery, Manifesting, & The John Dee Cipher”

  1. This really is a fascinating story and discovery, but it’s not the best podcast episode. We needed to speed through the musical career a bit faster. I tried, but it just wasn’t happening. It’s just an issue of too much detail in one area, and glossing over detail in a much more important one.

    I do hope you end up enjoying it when it’s all said and done though.

     
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    • Greg, this was EXCELLENT. I don’t think he spent too much time on his musical career compared to the other topics; he did a nice job of condensing his earlier life to make room for all the rest. It was very well balanced in my opinion and for sure the best interview i’ve heard with Alan out of all the rest. This is definitely one of the most interesting interviews you’ve done, so thanks for bringing him on!

       
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    • Great episode. Thanks Carl. I live around 10 miles from Stratford upon Avon and WS final resting place. I visited the church today and i must say there is something not quite right about his tomb. I suspect Freemason influence.

       
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  2. He does have an interesting story but doesn’t want to let go of a point.
    It was very difficult for me to listen but ultimately was fine. Dear Greg, you did exactly what needed be done in letting him tell his story in his own rambling way. I love that you accept your guests as they are, imperfect. It was subtle but clear when you tried to get him to the point. Lol, he did not want to walk that direct path

     
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  3. I had been wondering what the deal was with all these 42s appearing all over the place in media, films, etc. particularly in the movie The Shining! The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is well known for it, and it’s very important in Kaballah and the Egyptian Book of the Dead. Thanks to this awesome episode (for many other reasons), I have another piece of the puzzle which I’m thinking has a lot to do with Saturn (Satan).

    https://www.wired.com/2012/05/42-in-pop-culture/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42_(number)

     
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  4. Loved this episode and thoroughly enjoyed Allan’s way of storytelling. I could listen to him all day. Joined a dot or two with the Invictus Games here in Australia this year with Prince Harry and Meghan coming to town, the Invictus “logo” being
    INVICTUS
    GAMES
    with the
    I
    AM
    being centred. Just a little breadcrumb for me.
    Thanks Greg and thanks Allan, I will definitely be following up with Allan’s Stratford video on YouTube and finding the little k to vote to get this stone/alter mystery uncovered.

     
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  5. Fantastic episode and a very interesting mystery. Alan Green’s YouTube video of the sacred geometry on the front page of the 1609 Shakespeare imprint is a very good follow up to the THC episode if you want to follow the rabbit hole further. The video title is bardcode: sonnets preview

     
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  6. I really wanted to like this in lieu of the comments stating the obvious. He doesn’t have much of substance to say. Mostly just rambling. I see why you’d qualify this as meh. Could have been good. He just can’t get to the f’n point. Ramble-tastic.

     
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