The discovery of the creative writing technique employed by Shakespeare and Marlowe. Both playwrights influenced by the French-language book of prophecies written by Nostradamus.
Researcher Morten St. George has made significant discoveries related to the writings of British playwright William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe. He found the main source of inspiration for the two playwrights, was a French-language book of Nostradamus's prophecies, which influence both playwrights and also applied to the most of their poems. The discovery might be the most significant finding of a secret technique employed by Shakespeare and Marlowe for creative writing purposes.
Morten St. George found that the nature of this influence was two-fold, both technical and thematic. On the technical side, three or four words will be extracted from a prophecy that has about twenty-five words, translated into English, scattered randomly on paper, and then written around to produce several lines of the original dialogue. Otherwise, on the thematic side, it is shown that the plot of the prophecy is used to write plots for several dramas, such as Marlowe’s Tamburlaine and Shakespeare's Macbeth. Dramatic concepts such as suicide, madness, and cross-dressing all have proven to be inspired by the prophecy.
The prophecy containing all the great historical stories in the second half of the 20th century was used by Shakespeare and Marlowe in writing their plays. Such as nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the assassination of Martin Luther King, the assassination of the Kennedy brothers, the lunar landing, the Watergate scandal, and so forth. Likewise, for one of the illustrations in the Theatrical Themes section, the researcher shows how the Nostradamus prediction of the assassination of Napoleon via arsenic in the wine influenced the plot of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
"In the last few days we have been attacked by many parties for asking if anyone thinks that this prophecy manifests a far-sighted view of the future. We follow the prophetic storyline of Nostradamus only for entertainment purposes or for ease of presentation and for no other reason. The main purpose of this essay is to gain academic recognition for our sensational findings of the influence of Nostradamus on Shakespeare and Marlowe," said Morten St. George.
About Morten St. George
Morten St. George is a researcher who writes an essay on how the Nostradamus prophecies influenced two famous playwrights, William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe. This complete essay and other works can be viewed at http://mortenstgeorge.net.