Hartford Conference

Those of you who live close enough to Hartford Connecticut may be interested in the fact that the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship will hold their annual conference there the weekend of October 17-20, where a number of prominent Oxfordians will speak on a variety of subjects related to the subject of our interest. I’ll be speaking Friday the 18th at 11:15 am. If any of you can come, I’d love it if you’d say hello.

2019 SOF Conference

Still working to get the BOOK/S published. Once that’s done I’ll get back to blogging.

Many thanks for your continuing interest.

 

2 responses to “Hartford Conference

  1. So sorry to miss the conference — doubly so since I’m missing the opportunity to finally meet you — I’m working on a paper — Philip Sidney as the Rival Poet of the sonnets which explains Alex Waugh’s obsession w/Penelope qua Dark Lady (I agree w/you there, Aemilia Bassano Lanier). But the total reason for this missive — I am avid to do a panel w/you and other Oxfordian astrologers (Priscilla Costello comes to mind) for a discussion of Oxford’s horoscope … while I know both you and Priscilla hold with the April 1550 date … I like 20SEP1548 OS … and would like to discuss the virtues of both variations … in terms of progressions, the converse and direct progressed lunations and mercury progs address more significant events in devere’s hypothetical 1548 ‘scope than the 1550 one. Perhaps this could be done on the Don’t Quill the Messenger podcast — offering pdf’s of the charts or a Zoom or GoToMeeting platform. DeVere’s birthdate essential to our understanding of him.

  2. Sonja, thanks for the comment, but I don’t get into Astrology here, and if I do, only to explain the chart I have for Oxford. If I saw an outpouring of interest in his knowledge of Astrology I would do that, but I’m not going to argue about which chart to use. If you’d appreciate a more complete response, email me at Stephanie@politicworm.com, and I’ll be happy to explain in more detail.

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