Færslur fyrir apríl, 2016

Föstudagur 29.04 2016 - 16:37

Iceland’s Great Inheritance – All this can I Truly deliuer

© Gunnar Tómasson 29 April 2016 I. Let vs hast to heare it (Hamlet, Act V, Sc. ii) 346302 Fortinbras 10425 = Let vs hast to heare it, 14076 = And call the Noblest to the Audience. 20198 = For me, with sorrow, I embrace my Fortune, 18870 = I haue some Rites of memory […]

Fimmtudagur 28.04 2016 - 21:48

Fathers Spirit in Armes – The Last Judgement

© Gunnar Tómasson 28 April 2016 I. Foule deeds will rise Though all the earth orewhelm them to mens eies. (Hamlet, Act I, Sc. ii, First folio) 91788 Hamlet 19984 = My Fathers Spirit in Armes? All is not well: 23370 = I doubt some foule play: would the Night were come; 24281 = Till […]

Fimmtudagur 28.04 2016 - 03:34

William Shakespeare’s Last Peal for the Papacy

© Gunnar Tómasson 27 April 2016 I. Sporting With Humane Follies, Not With Crimes (Every Man in His Humour, 1616 text) 597822    4830 = Prologve. 17241 = Though neede make many Poets, and some such 16774 = As art, and nature haue not betterd much; 21897 = Yet ours, for want, hath not so […]

Miðvikudagur 27.04 2016 - 00:23

Augustan-Saga-Shakespeare Opus Perfected

© Gunnar Tómasson 26 April 2016 Foreword The Dedication of the first published work of William Shakespeare, Venus and Adonis, was Alpha to the Shakespeare Opus whose Omega was Ben Jonson’s verse on the first page of the First Folio, facing the page with the “picture” of Shakespeare. The Cipher Values of Alpha and Omega […]

Þriðjudagur 26.04 2016 - 00:32

The Way to Dusty Death 25 April 1616.

© Gunnar Tómasson 25 April 2016 Prologue Archetypal Robert Greene (S. Schoenbaum) With [Robert] Greene we cannot always separate fact from fiction in the fantasias he composed on autobiographical themes, or the legend made of him by his contemporaries.  The pattern of his life – necessarily pieced together from the testimony of biased witnesses – […]

Mánudagur 25.04 2016 - 02:36

Rowe: Shakspere Isn‘t Dead – “He” Never Existed

© Gunnar Tómasson 24 April 2016 Prologue The Horace Howard Furness Shakespeare Collection at the Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries has been an invaluable resource over the years for my research on the Shakespeare Opus and the King James Bible. Today, I found out that the Collection […]

Laugardagur 23.04 2016 - 17:04

The Life of Shakespeare – Another Version

© Gunnar Tómasson 23 April 2016 Background – Nicholas Rowe (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust) Nicholas Rowe (1674-1718) was the first editor of William Shakespeare, modernising the punctuation and spelling to the practice of his day. His edition, published in 6 volumes in 1709, was a first in a number of ways: The first edition in octavo, […]

Laugardagur 23.04 2016 - 02:05

400th Anniversary of Bad Angel’s Death

© Gunnar Tómasson 23 April 2016 I. Better Angel tempted from sight (Shakespeares Sonnet # 144, 1609) 247021 18697 = Two loues I haue of comfort and dispaire, 23229 = Which like two spirits do sugiest me still, 14249 = The better angell is a man right faire: 20540 = The worser spirit a woman […]

Föstudagur 22.04 2016 - 00:10

God‘s Mighty Wonders and Richard III

© Gunnar Tómasson 21 April 2016 Prologue Shakespeare’s play, Richard III, opens with the title character’s soliloquy, where the bright tone of the first 13 lines is in vast contrast with the dark tone of the next 27 lines. As here construed, this serves to identify Richard III as HOMO ANATOMICUS. The temptation of Jesus […]

Miðvikudagur 20.04 2016 - 18:04

Shakespeare Authors Identified

© Gunnar Tómasson 20 April 2016   Saga Reference Value For Shakespeare Authors 522714 284574 = Alpha – Njála Section on Christianity¹ 133709 = Omega – Gylfaginning – Gangleri’s Homecoming² 104431 = Edda – Epigraph, Uppsala Manuscript³ 522714 I. Edward Oxenford (Hidden Poetry) 522714           1 = Monad 4335 = Kristr 7000 = Microcosmos – […]

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