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Was Shakespeare A Black Woman? The True Meaning Of Othello

"Where should I lose the handkerchief, Emelia" - Desdemona

"I know not, madam." - Emelia

"Believe me, I had rather have lost my purse

Full of crusadoes (coins)" - Desdemona

"I have a pain upon my forehead here." - Othello

"That handkerchief did an Egyptian to my mother give

She was a charmer, and could almost read the thoughts

of people." - Othello

"The Moors are changeable in their wills-fill thy

purse with money." - Iago


Throughout the years many people have questioned whether William Shakespeare was truly the author of the many plays accredited to him. It is said by some that the man known as Shakespeare owned no books, and could not even sign his name. Some people have even gone so far as to to say that Shakespeare may have not even have been his name, but a code for something else entirely. It is said that Shakespeare was a code name for a secret society called Pallas Athena also known as The Knights of The Helmet. Athena was a Greek goddesses who would put a helmet on and become invisible. She would hold a "spear" in her hand, and would "shake" it at "ignorance." The name William can be further broken down as Will-I-AM. Not being a real name at all, but a code for something else entirely. There are those few men royal born with will power, that other men would like to take for themselves.

At the time it was believed that the authors of certain radical ideas had to hide behind a mask. out of fear of being persecuted by the church and monarchy. Many people believe that the head of the Knights of the Helmet, and the real author of Shakespeare was non other than Sir/Seer Francis Bacon.

Bacon was an aid to Queen Elizabeth. He was known as a scientist, but also a mystic. Many people associate him with being one of the secret driving forces behind the Freemasons and the Rosicrucians as well. If Bacon was the head of the Knights of the Helmet he most definitely had other people helping him write. One such person was a woman who was also Black and Jewish. Her name was Emelia Bassano Lanier. Though paintings of her show, her as white, there are records about her family that clearly describe them as Black.

They claim this is to be Emelia Bassano Lanier, but records refer to her

family as black or dark. Shakespeare's Dark Lady sonnets refer to her as dark, or dun.


Her family hailed from Venice Italy, and were a family of musicians associated with playing music for the Shakespearean plays when they were performed. I believe that not only did this Black family play the music, but at least Emelia was involved in writing under the name Shakespeare as well. Some people believe the Dark Lady Sonnets written by "Shakespeare" are really written by her, or are about her. Emelia was a mistress of a white noble named Henry Carey the 1st Baron Hunsdon. She also may have been a prostitue, or sacred whore. She did not marry him, but lived a pretty comfortable lifestyle as his mistress. I believe her title would have been a courtesan, and was known for having strange mystical powers. This is part of the reason why she was the mistress of a wealthy white baron. Clues that she was one of the real writers behind the name of William Shakespeare can be found in the play Othello. Othello is the story of the noble Black Moor who had his marriage destroyed based on clever lies that were being spun. A couple things stand out, first the play Othello takes place in Venice, and Emelia was from Venice. Also in Othello there is a town named Bassano mentioned. This is the same town that Emelia Bassano Lanier's family is attached to. Even the very name Emelia is used in Othello. She is the wife of the evil white noble Iago. She is the person who stole Othello's handkerchief and handed it to Iago. This leads me to the one very important clue which is the handkerchief. Notice in the play it is only when Othello loses the handkerchief is when he loses his mind, and starts to go crazy. This is because the handkerchief is really only symbolism for a head covering. When he lost his handkerchief he lost his head covering, and this lead to demons entering his mind. Is not the very word demon also encoded in the very name Desdemona who is the Moors love interest. Was Desdemona a demon? Of course not, but the real demons were telepaths that had clever ways of entering the chakras of innocent Desdemona to corrupt the mind of the noble Moor making him go crazy. Another clue is that the handkerchief, or headcover was made of silk, and was also said to be from Egypt given to him by his mother.

What many people do not know is that I believe silk headcovers may have been a way to block out negative telepathic influences. I believe the sun emperors of China had silk head coverings, and the Egyptian pharaoh's had silk headcovers known as nemesis. When Othello lost his silk headcover his mind became influenced not by the evil white noble Iago, but by Iago's black witch Emelia.

This is all well hidden in the movies because Emelia in the Othello plays and movies she is always white. I believe that the character Emelia was never meant to be white, but is really a black female, though she maybe serving an evil white agenda to bring down the noble Black Moor. Some of the Othello plays and movies also have another interesting character named Bianca who is the black mistress for Othello's friend Cassio. Bianca is also linked to the missing handkerchief, and is jealous when she finds it belongs to another woman. I believe that Emelia and Bianca are actually one in the same, though the play makes Emelia white even though we know she is not. The truth is revealed when they make Bianca black. It is Emelia/Bianca the black witch who works for the evil white noble Iago who through the use of telepathy or "magic" enter the mind of the innocent Desdemona to corrupt the mind of the noble Black Moor Othello. This why in the movie version of Othello starring Laurence Fishburne both Bianca/Emelia and Desdemona are wearing similar dresses.

The Moor has his head covered, but notice the scarf is red the symbol of the red witches influence. This is similar to the red witch Melisandre in the George R.R. Martin story Fire and Ice, also known as Game of Thrones.


Both Emelia and Bianca are linked to the stealing of a handkerchief because they are really one and the same. Emelia was never meant to be white.


This is Emelia the one who stole Othello's silk handkerchief. Never meant to be white. Her name is Emelia because she is named after the black author of Shakespeare Amelia Bassano Lanier. Even the name Emelia means either dark or melanin, as does Melanie. Interestingly enough Melissa means "bee."


This is done to show that Bianca/Emelia are invading both Desdemona's and Othello's brain. Othello is brought down by telepathic magic, and thoughts of his wife being disloyal to him among other deceits too vulgar to mention. Another reason for Emelia being created white though her real hidden identity is black is because Emelia is in whiteface, serving the white man's interest. Emelia is a fool, who is able to be manipulated because as the play shows through the character Bianca she is jealous that she did not find the handkerchief first. Finally let us look at the evil white Iago. What is motivating his hate for the Moor. When Iago is caught in the end he says he will confess to nothing. He says "from this time forth I will never speak a word." I believe I was able to discover his motivation for destroying the Moor. Iago states:

"I have looked upon the world for four times seven years"

What is one to make of this meaningless phrase four times seven years? Well lets attempt to do what the phrase says, lets multiply 4X7 and you arrive at 28. 28 is an interesting number because in the past there were those who thought that a precessional cycle was 28,000 years. Today we know that the precessional cycle is 24,000 years, but this is still an important hidden key. Iago who is white was forced to watch the Black Moor dominate civilization with incredible supernatural like abilities for the last half of the precessional cycle. The Moors also had incredible sexual abilities this made Iago insecure. This is why he attempts to cuckold the Moor in the bedroom. With the cycle ending it is now times for the white Iago to rule and he has domination over the black female. What is tragic is Iago is a white racist and uses the Black female Emelia/Bianca to do his biding. It is Emelia/Bianca's job to invade Desdemona, and the Moors brain causing confusion. If Iago is able to kill the Moor not only does he gain dominance over the Black man and woman, but the Moors are of a royal bloodline. Many of the Moors are given "Wills" that make them incredibly rich. Steal the Moors mind you steal his riches as well because the power of "Will," now belongs to you. This is why Iago is constantly saying:

"The Moors are changable in their Wills-fill thy purse with money."

I believe originally Desdemona may have been meant to be black, but they make her white because if she fails she is a mockery; however, Emelia who is suppose to be black is made white to confuse you, but on another level it is Emelia who is the true mockery as she is a tool in the hands of the white racist Iago. This story is personal to me because it is my life. I am named William, and my lineage extends back into England, France, going further back into Egypt, and maybe even Atlantis. Unlike Othello I was able to keep my head not so much out of intelligence though some may see it that way, but I had luck on my side. The only difference between myself, and my grandfather who lost his "purse" is that I was born during the right age. We are now ascending and the Moors have the wind in their sails, as we now begin to slowly rise to a whole new level of consciousness.

This is a foreign dub, but I only bring attention to it because as the name Othello is first shown on the screen notice how there is a red dot in the center of the letter O. What this represents is the pineal gland, and how Othello's mind is be controlled by magic from the black witch Emelia/Bianca.


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