The most frequently related and repeated references to the Holy Bible by William Shakespeare are found in the first 42 books (eighteen from each of the Testaments and the remaining from the Apocrypha)…However, there is a hidden secret within his writing that many have not been aware of…The last Book of the Bible, Revelation. Shakespeare’s writing contains more references to the Bible than any other Elizabethan playwright. The total number of references is around 1200 (hmmm…), a figure that could possibly be doubled…
Most references are found throughout the Psalms. Other Biblical books that are high in number of references are Genesis, Matthew, and Job. One of the most important symbolic stories that appear in Shakespeare’s plays is the story of Cain and Abel. However, Shakespeare makes so many references to the Opening chapters of Genesis that most scholars comment that he must have had these chapters memorized. The parallels are often linguistic and specific, requiring a specialist’s knowledge.
Macbeth, probably the greatest of Shakespeare’s writings, had a greater impact than most pieces of literature in the world. This comes from the Hidden Meanings such as metaphors and analogies based on a Biblical ideology. It has become part of the spiritual atmosphere and the UNSEEN realm (William Shakespeare Attempted to explain the power of this realm to attack those UNAWARE). By understanding this Highly Important Concept we see where many innocent Christians, even Jesus himself, experienced this type of warfare. He understands it to the fullest extent, along with all of the Angels. He had to learn it and experience it, as part of his crucifixion, in order to teach how to overcome these “Unclean spirits” that have haunted the world. No writer has integrated the expressions and themes of the Bible more magnificently than William Shakespeare.
So, let us look at this piece of Scripture and see parallels between Shakespeare’s writing and the End of Times Prophecy, written by John….
“And I saw Three Unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the Beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet.”
Witchcraft and the supernatural powers of demons and darkness have been predominant and used a form of temptation throughout Shakespeare’s writing…There were many ideas of suspicion and heavy influence upon society…They were the cause of the downfall of the King by use of sorcery…The witches used their evil to put him on a path to ruin…So, we can understand the term “unclean” much more clearly NOW in the Bible and the End Times Prophecy. They are partakers in works of the underworld that have caused toil and trouble for all mankind…