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When it does happen, and we are open to that greater love with conscious awareness, we have a choice to either experience it as real or to reject it. When the words came to Jae Rhodes she wrote them down and by doing so discovered that an amazing story had formed itself.
As the days unfolded so did the mysteries deepen and expand into a tale of love and revelation that would change the world. Shakespeare And The Magic Keys boldly enters the Shakespeare world authorship debate and shall come to be known as a definitive work amongst academics and metaphysics alike. Carefully researched and intuitively compiled, this in depth book explores and challenges our concepts of reality and perception in an unique and stimulating way, whilst supporting and revealing the historical figure who IS Shakespeare.
The mystery has been solved. You will want to find out how and why Shakespeare returned to write one last play especially for you! Shakespeare And The Magic Keys will warm your heart and touch your soul in ways that you've never imagined possible. There is no book on earth like this!
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In the plays, music ignites passion, helps true love to blossom — and even pushes some lovers over the edge. Read more about Shakespeare and love music in the blogs listed below, or have a look at the musical artefacts related to love found in our archives. Music makes the action twist and turn for the worse, and it can be the first sign that something ominous is about to happen. Both were believed to be powerful forces of nature, able to alter the elements and create unearthly effects. Shakespeare and Music Welcome to Play On!
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Find out about some of the music that Shakespeare has inspired in the blogs below: Witches, ghosts, fairies, people who wear a lot of black, his plays have them all. Tell us your favourites in the comments! Suffice to say, they love it.
He would probably get along well with Saruman. I would really like to have seen a sequel in which Sycorax grounds Caliban and runs around cursing people, but, alas, this was the last play Shakespeare wrote alone.