Shakespeare’s Secret Language Revealed

Rony Lolano, London UK, 3 May 2016

Lolano's article should be read in conjunction with viewing a series of YouTube videos.
Click on Shakespeare's Secret Language.- Editor

A search in the archives of Prof. Hovhanness I. Pilikian of London has resulted in a sensational find: the secret language Shakespeare used to camouflage his socio-political views. The archival material– video tapes of a speech Prof. Pilikian delivered 14 years ago–is about Shakespeare's grand vision of a society to be free and  liberated of all religious-moral prohibitions–a dangerous view even today when so many socio-sexual freedoms have been achieved after two thousand years of often bloody struggles from Biblical enchainment.

The discovery of the tapes is particularly dramatic since it saw light upon 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

“Shakespeare is always ahead of his interpreters,” said Prof. Pilikian.

Rony Lolano, London UK, 3 May 2016

Lolano's article should be read in conjunction with viewing a series of YouTube videos.
Click on Shakespeare's Secret Language.- Editor

A search in the archives of Prof. Hovhanness I. Pilikian of London has resulted in a sensational find: the secret language Shakespeare used to camouflage his socio-political views. The archival material– video tapes of a speech Prof. Pilikian delivered 14 years ago–is about Shakespeare's grand vision of a society to be free and  liberated of all religious-moral prohibitions–a dangerous view even today when so many socio-sexual freedoms have been achieved after two thousand years of often bloody struggles from Biblical enchainment.

The discovery of the tapes is particularly dramatic since it saw light upon 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

“Shakespeare is always ahead of his interpreters,” said Prof. Pilikian.

Pioneer documentary filmmakers from the London Armenian community, Khetcho Arakelyan and his wife, by invitation from the professor, had the foresight to record the lecture of immense historical and literary importance. Although the tapes had deteriorated, extracts have survived, albeit not in perfect quality.

According to folklorist Robert Stephenson, founder/director of the London Earth Mysteries Circle (LMC), the Pilikian lecture was delivered March 14, 2000 at the LMC in the Diorama Centre in central London.

After a lifetime of research, Prof. Pilikian claims in the lecture to have discovered the secret language in Shakespeare’s plays couched just below the surface, “in the depths as it were of his surface meanings, where metaphoric clusters explode into a shower of multiple-meanings, radiating spinning puns derived from verbal dictionary semantics, and homonymic sounds," he said and pointed out that English spelling in Elizabethan times was unusually fluid and thus allowed Shakespeare incredible feats of linguistic manipulation and pyrotechnics.

Pilikian has defined the “ports of entry” (to use a modern computer-term) and the neural nodes of Shakespeare’s software. Simple English words – Soul, Thing, Nothing – are such ports among many, to be forged into immense semantic complexity in Shakespeare’s pun-nery – to quote a word the professor has coined, to characterize Shakespeare’s unique and extraordinary passion for puns.

“The souls of Shakespeare’s secret ‘dictionary’ are his puns, which are simply untranslatable. In translation, people hitherto have only been given Shakespeare’s prose, not his poetry. About 90% of Shakespeare’s true meanings (impossible to translate) are unknown to the world," says Pilikian and adds “it delights me to note that one of the greats of Shakespeare scholarship, Dr. Samuel Johnson’s most famous A Dictionary of the English Language, was published in 1755 – and on my birthday… April 15. Those ports, like all the seaports of the ancient world, are no more than stew-houses (brothels) for the sex-starved sailors,” said Pilikian.

The London-based professor has opened a window directly onto Shakespeare’s mind, enabling scholars to find answers to the many mysteries of the Shakespearean puzzles and cruces. For the first time ever, Shakespeare scholars will be able to mind-read Shakespeare by grasping his intentions.

“True Shakespeare must not be available to children, frankly not even to adults under 22 years of age … Those who insist throwing Shakespeare foolishly at children, prove huge ignorance of his meanings, evidence that experts have not yet really understood his true meanings after 400 years. The secret language invented by Shakespeare contains coded dispatches, predicting the shape of socio-sexual developments of mankind’s technological future, based on the frightening corruption of children,” he says.

Pilikian, a legendary theatre director of classical drama – Britain’s first  director trained as theatre-director at the world-famous RADARoyal Academy of Dramatic Art – developed a dramatic social theory of what he calls “Mother-and-Child Paradigm of ideal Society” where children’s interests are to be placed first – a concept that undoubtedly shaped the English Family Law Reform of 2014, although paedophilia was nourished by "despicable Labour Party politically in-correct policies producing s—ts like Jimmy Saville, who bought his way by so-said charity fund-raising into the abuse of even disabled and… dead children," said Pilikian.

“Never mind the New Labour idiots, who have not yet apologized for the promotion of PIE (Paedophile Information Exchange). Meanwhile the Conservative elite of Mrs. Thatcher’s reign lionized Saville the pimp, and showered him with national honours,” said Pilikian.

As to why the professor's landmark Shakespearean discovery has remained unpublished for five decades, he replies with a tinge of gladness mixed with sadness “in the English theatre of gay capitalism, ultra-narcissism and corrupt self-interest, I practiced what I preached, even to the detriment of my theatre-director’s career, by putting the interests of my wife and children first. I did not want my children to be bullied in school, a terrible pest of British education which could be easily eradicated if genuinely purposed.

"Unfortunately bullying and name-calling is woven into the thick fabric of British education from top to bottom – the ilk of Eton and Harrow have perversely and dogmatically convinced themselves that children must not be nannied but bullied, to toughen them in preparation for a hard socio-economic capitalist graft, which is of course total hot air.  Now that my children are adults, I shall indeed hope to publish soon”.

Professor Pilikian is a charismatic speaker – an intellectual storehouse of vast knowledge, through many layers of disciplines – social anthropology, psychology, sociology, a dozen languages, English literature, music, and art history. He is also a man with a great sense of humour which shines throughout the 15-year-old lecture.

Rony Lolano is a Kurdish writer, the author of a novel in Turkish Bogaz'da Kaybolmak (Lost in Bosphorus).

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