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Prince Hamlet and King Claudius

© Gunnar Tómasson

14 December 2017

Prince Hamlet

My Fathers Spirit in Armes?  All is not well:

I doubt some foule play: would the Night were come;

Till then sit still my soule: foule deeds will rise,

Though all the earth orewhelm them to mens eies.

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Overview

I + IV

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2487682 = A little more then kin, and lesse then kinde

  309893 = Would the night were come; Till then sit still my soule

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II + III

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2329353 = But breake my heart, I must hold my tongue

  468222 = Abomination of Desolation

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I. A little more then kin, and lesse then kinde

(Hamlet, Act I, Sc. ii. First Folio 1623)

2487682

22106 = Enter Claudius, King of Denmarke, Gertrude the Queene,

21367 = Hamlet, Polonius, Laertes, and his Sister Ophelia,

8508 = Lords, Attendants.

King

19602 = Though yet of Hamlet our deere Brothers death

17196 = The memory be greene: and that it vs befitted

22291 = To beare our hearts in greefe, and our whole Kingdome

16924 = To be contracted in one brow of woe:

23432 = Yet so farre hath Discretion fought with Nature,

24607 = That we with wisest sorrow thinke on him,

19799 = Together with remembrance of our selues.

24830 = Therefore our sometimes Sister, now our Queen,

22581 = Th’imperiall Ioyntresse of this warlike State,

16439 = Haue we, as ’twere, with a defeated ioy,

19080 = With one Auspicious, and one Dropping eye,

22451 = With mirth in Funerall, and with Dirge in Marriage,

16233 = In equall Scale weighing Delight and Dole

17394 = Taken to Wife; nor haue we heerein barr’d

21287 = Your better Wisdomes, which haue freely gone

19354 = With this affaire along, for all our Thankes.

25184 = Now followes, that you know young Fortinbras,

19934 = Holding a weake supposall of our worth;

18637 = Or thinking by our late deere Brothers death

18241 = Our State to be disioynt, and out of Frame,

17491 = Colleagued with the dreame of his Aduantage;

20033 = He hath not fayl’d to pester vs with Message,

18753 = Importing the surrender of those Lands

18516 = Lost by his Father: with all Bonds of Law

21476 = To our most valiant Brother.  So much for him.

 

13810 = Enter Voltemand andCornelius.

21020 = Now for our selfe, and for this time of meeting.

23211 = Thus much the businesse is. We have heere writ

18190 = To Norway, Vncle of young Fortinbras,

17708 = Who Impotent and Bedrid, scarsely heares

23151 = Of this his Nephewes purpose, to suppresse

18570 = His further gate heerein. In that the Leuies,

19352 = The Lists, and full proportions are all made

18084 = Out of his subiect: and we heere dispatch

16979 = You good Cornelius, and you Voltemand,

19150 = For bearing of this greeting to old Norway,

21495 = Giuing to you no further personall power

22493 = To businesse with the King, more then the scope

14157 = Of these dilated Articles allow.

20778 = Farewell and let your hast commend your duty.

Voltemand

22558 = In that, and all things, will we shew our duty.

King

18510 = We doubt it nothing, heartily farewell.

13635 = Exit Voltemand and Cornelius.

 

22835 = And now Laertes, what’s the newes with you?

22070 = You told vs of some suite. What is’t Laertes?

16231 = You cannot speake of Reason to the Dane,

25956 = And loose your voyce. What would’st thou beg Laertes,

17003 = That shall not be my Offer, not thy Asking?

16851 = The Head is not more Natiue to the Heart,

19507 = The Hand more Instrumentall to the Mouth,

18614 = Then is the Throne of Denmarke to thy Father.

17532 = What would’st thou haue Laertes?

Laertes

4749 = Dread my Lord,

19571 = Your leaue and fauour to returne to France.

21679 = From whence, though willingly I came to Denmarke,

18128 = To shew my duty in your Coronation.

19148 = Yet now I must confesse, that duty done,

22733 = My thoughts and wishes bend againe towards France

20526 = And bow them to your gracious leaue and pardon.

King

12099 = Haue you your Fathers leaue?

11638 = What sayes Pollonius?

Polonius

5529 = He hath, my Lord:

13685 = I do beseech you giue him leaue to go.

King

16919 = Take thy faire houre Laertes, time be thine,

17546 = And thy best graces spend it at thy will:

 

17432 = But now my Cousin Hamlet, and my Sonne,?

Hamlet

16981 = A little more then kin, and lesse then kinde.

King

20966 = How is it that the Clouds still hang on you?

Hamlet

16622 = Not so my Lord, I am too much i’ th’ Sun.

Queen

17401 = Good Hamlet cast thy nightly colour off,

17021 = And let thine eye looke like a Friend on Denmarke.

16984 = Do not for euer with thy veyled lids

15816 = Seeke for thy Noble Father in the dust;

24535 = Thou know’st ’tis common, all that liues must dye,

17985 = Passing through Nature, to Eternity.

Hamlet

7971 = I madam, it is common.

Queen

2402 = If it be;

19719 = Why seemes it so particular with thee?

Hamlet

17380 = Seemes Madam?  Nay, it is: I know not Seemes.

17048 = ‘Tis not alone my Inky Cloake (good Mother)

18496 = Nor Customary suites of solemne Blacke,

18834 = Nor windy suspiration of forc’d breath,

17097 = No, nor the fruitfull Riuer in the Eye,

16129 = Nor the deiected hauiour of the Visage,

23381 = Together with all Formes, Moods, shewes of Griefe,

17284 = That can denote me truly. These indeed Seeme,

16663 = For they are actions that a man might play:

22379 = But I haue that Within, which passeth show;

22006 = These, but the Trappings, and the Suites of woe.

King

11420 = ‘Tis sweet and commendable

10058 = In your Nature Hamlet,

21811 = To giue these mourning duties to your Father:

22231 = But you must know, your Father lost a Father;

23615 = That father lost, lost his, and the Suruiuer bound

15228 = In filiall Obligation, for some terme

23198 = To do obsequious Sorrow. But to perseuer

16761 = In obstinate Condolement, is a course

21382 = Of impious stubbornnesse. ‘Tis vnmanly greefe,

21646 = It shewes a will most incorrect to Heauen,

15142 = A Heart vnfortified, a Minde impatient,

16872 = An Vnderstanding simple, and vnschool’d:

20971 = For, what we know must be, and is as common

16776 = As any the most vulgar thing to sence,

22456 = Why should wee in our peeuish Opposition

17020 = Take it to heart?  Fye ’tis a fault to Heauen,

16322 = A fault against the Dead, a fault to Nature,

20781 = To Reason most absurd, whose common Theame

18642 = Is death of Fathers, and who still hath cried,

18976 = From the first Coarse, till he that dyed to day,

22674 = This must be so.  We pray you throw to earth

18553 = This vnpreuayling woe, and thinke of us

17802 = As of a Father: For let the world take note,

18905 = You are the most immediate to our Throne;

15803 = And with no lesse Nobility of Loue

21151 = Then that which deerest Father beares his Sonne,

20565 = Do I impart towards you.  For your intent

17419 = In going backe to Schoole in Wittenberg,

17651 = It is most retrograde to our desire:

15189 = And we beseech you, bend you to remaine

16195 = Heere, in the cheere and comfort of our eye.

20537 = Our cheefest Courtier Cosin, and our Sonne.

Queen

19387 = Let not thy Mother lose her Prayers Hamlet:

23069 = I prythee stay with vs, go not to Wittenberg.

Hamlet

7983 = I shall in all my best

4918 = Obey you Madam.

King

13881 = Why ’tis a louing, and a faire Reply,

13347 = Be as our selfe in Denmarke.  Madam, come,

16490 = This gentle and vnforc’d accord of Hamlet

19183 = Sits smiling to my heart; in grace whereof,

18046 = No iocond health that Denmarke drinkes to day,

21028 = But the great Cannon to the Clowds shall tell,

20519 = And the Kings Rouce, the Heauens shall bruite againe,

20401 = Respeaking earthly Thunder.  Come away.          Exeunt.

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II. But breake my heart, I must hold my tongue

(Hamlet, Act I, Sc. ii –cont.)

2329353

  4981 = Manet Hamlet.

Hamlet

21869 = Oh that this too too solid Flesh, would melt,

16913 = Thaw, and resolue it selfe into a Dew:

16721 = Or that the Euerlasting had not fixt

18773 = His Cannon ‘gainst Selfe-slaughter.  O God, O God!

17891 = How weary, stale, flat, and vnprofitable

18621 = Seemes to me all the vses of this world?

15679 = Fie on’t?  Oh fie, fie  ’tis an vnweeded Garden,

24959 = That growes to Seed: Things rank, and grosse in Nature

23042 = Possesse it meerely.  That it should come to this:

22910 = But two months dead: Nay, not so much; not two,

17413 = So excellent a King, that was to this,

20297 = Hiperion to a Satyre: so louing to my Mother,

19298 = That he might not beteene the windes of heauen

18092 = Visit her face too roughly.  Heauen and Earth

19611 = Must I remember: why she would hang on him,

15457 = As if encrease of Appetite had growne

17328 = By what it fed on; and yet within a month?

21354 = Let me not thinke on’t: Frailty, thy name is woman.

20771 = A little Month; or ere those shooes were old,

22657 = With which she followed my poore Fathers body,

15527 = Like Niobe, all teares. Why she, euen she.

21787 = (O Heauen!  A beast that wants discourse of Reason

23955 = Would haue mourn’d longer) married with mine Vnkle,

19261 = My Fathers Brother: but no more like my Father,

16542 = Then I to Hercules. Within a Moneth?

21032 = Ere yet the salt of most vnrighteous Teares

14921 = Had left the flushing of her gauled eyes,

18995 = She married.  O most wicked speed, to post

23582 = With such dexterity to Incestuous sheets:

16794 = It is not, nor it cannot come to good.

19178 = But breake my heart, for I must hold my tongue.

 

15238 = Enter Horatio, Barnard, and Marcellus.                          

Horatio

10634 = Haile to your Lordship.

Hamlet

10270 = I am glad to see you well:

13079 = Horatio, or I do forget my selfe.

Horatio

6443 = The same my Lord,

13459 = And your poore Seruant euer.

Hamlet

7532 = Sir my good friend,

12540 = Ile change that name with you.

20165 = And what make you from Wittenberg Horatio?

4966 = Marcellus.

Marcellus

5047 = My good Lord.

Hamlet

15545 = I am very glad to see you: good euen Sir.

20625 = But what in faith make you from Wittemberge?

Horatio

16165 = A truant disposition, good my Lord.

Hamlet           

16236 = I would not haue your Enemy say so;

16971 = Nor shall you doe mine eare that violence,

21075 = To make it truster of your owne report

20924 = Against your selfe.  I know you are no Truant:

17473 = But what is your affaire in Elsenour?

19097 = Wee’l teach you to drinke deepe, ere you depart.

Horatio

18219 = My Lord, I came to see your Fathers Funerall.

Hamlet

19109 = I pray thee doe not mock me (fellow Student)

19853 = I thinke it was to see my Mothers Wedding.

Horatio

15745 = Indeed my Lord, it followed hard vpon.

Hamlet

21127 = Thrift, thrift, Horatio:  the Funerall Bakt-meats

18603 = Did coldly furnish forth the Marriage Tables;

15979 = Would I had met my dearest foe in heauen,

13707 = Ere I had euer seene that day Horatio.

13759 = My father, me thinkes I see my father.

Horatio

7764 = Oh where my Lord?

Hamlet

9437 = In my minds eye (Horatio).

Horatio

14652 = I saw him once; he was a goodly King.

Hamlet

12666 = He was a man, take him for all in all:

15060 = I shall not look vpon his like againe.

Horatio

17346 = My Lord, I thinke I saw him yesternight.

Hamlet

5801 = Saw? Who?

Horatio

12033 = My Lord, the King your Father.

Hamlet

6968 = The King my Father?

Horatio

16183 = Season your admiration for a while

16454 = With an attent eare, till I may deliuer,

18163 = Vpon the witnesse of these Gentlemen,

9858 = This maruell to you.

Hamlet

11577 = For Heauens loue let me heare.

Horatio

18920 = Two nights together, had these Gentlemen,

16912 = (Marcellus and Barnardo) on their Watch,

15168 = In the dead wast and middle of the night,

20407 = Beene thus encountred. A figure like your Father,

13703 = Arm’d at all points exactly, Cap a Pe,

18973 = Appeares before them, and with sollemne march

21189 = Goes slow and stately: By them thrice he walkt

18629 = By their opprest and feare-surprized eyes,

25969 = Within his Truncheons length; whilst they bestil’d

16441 = Almost to Ielly with the Act of feare,

18221 = Stand dumbe and speake not to him.  This to me

14826 = In dreadfull secrecie impart they did,

21427 = And I with them the third Night kept the Watch,

15938 = Whereas they had deliuer’d, both in time,

19082 = Forme of the thing; each word made true and good,

18767 = The Apparition comes.  I knew your Father:

11921 = These hands are not more like.

Hamlet

11026 = But where was this?

Horatio

22603 = My Lord vpon the platforme where we watcht.

Hamlet

10549 = Did you not speake to it?

Horatio

4477 = My Lord, I did;

19927 = But answere made it none: yet once me thought

14050 = It lifted vp its head, and did addresse

19567 = It selfe to motion, like as it would speake:

20414 = But euen then, the Morning Cocke crew lowd;

18056 = And at the sound it shrunke in hast away,

12761 = And vanisht from our sight.

Hamlet

8502 = Tis very strange.

Horatio

17215 = As I doe liue my honourd Lord ’tis true;

21779 = And we did thinke it writ downe in our duty

11141 = To let you know of it.

Hamlet

17313 = Indeed, indeed Sirs; but this troubles me.

13246 = Hold you the watch to Night?

Both

6416 = We doe my lord.

Hamlet

5089 = Arm’d, say you?

Both

4838 = Arm’d, my Lord.

Hamlet

7968 = From top to toe?

Both

10726 = My Lord, from head to foote.

Hamlet

11881 = Then saw you not his face?

Horatio

15341 = O yes, my Lord, he wore his Beauer vp.

Hamlet

13551 = What, lookt he frowningly?

Horatio

19846 = A countenance more in sorrow then in anger.

Hamlet

4243 = Pale, or red?

Horatio

4978 = Nay very pale.

Hamlet

11887 = And fixt his eyes vpon you?

Horatio

9012 = Most constantly.

Hamlet

9705 = I would I had beene there.

Horatio

13567 = It would haue much amaz’d you.

Hamlet

14006 = Very like, very like: staid it long?

Horatio

22694 = While one with moderate hast might tell a hundred.

All

6214 = Longer, longer.

Horatio

9438 = Not when I saw’t.

Hamlet

10652 = His Beard was grisly? no.

Horatio

14865 = It was, as I haue seene it in his life,

5938 = A Sable Siluer’d.

Hamlet

21548 = Ile watch to Night; perchance ’twill wake againe.

Horatio

12316 = I warrant you it will.

Hamlet

16145 = If it assume my noble Fathers person,

20274 = Ile speake to it, though Hell it selfe should gape

12338 = And bid me hold my peace.  I pray you all,

17824 = If you haue hitherto conceald this sight;

16795 = Let it bee treble in your silence still:

17233 = And whatsoeuer els shall hap to night,

17585 = Giue it an vnderstanding but no tongue;

20942 = I will requite your loues; so, fare ye well:

22597 = Vpon the Platforme twixt eleuen and twelue,

6809 = Ile visit you.

All

17340 = Our duty to your Honour. Exeunt.

Hamlet

16087 = Your loue, as mine to you: farewell.

19984 = My Fathers Spirit in Armes?  All is not well:

23370 = I doubt some foule play: would the Night were come;

24281 = Till then sit still my soule: foule deeds will rise,

24153 = Though all the earth orewhelm them to mens eies.        Exit.

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III. Abomination of Desolation¹

 (Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands = 30125

Right Measure of Man

Persecuted

 8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Modes of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Jesting Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

9349 = W. John R. Woodley – Asian Department Deputy Director

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

3227 = P. N. Kaul – Deputy Director of Administration

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

8175 = Henry Rosovsky – Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

8566 = James S. Duesenberry – Chairman, Department of Economics

11121 = Paul Anthony Samuelson – Ph. D., Nobel Laureate in Economics

8381 = Walter S. Salant – Ph. D., Brookings Institution Senior Fellow

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíd Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurdsson – Minister of Commerce

5940 = Jónas H. Haralz – World Bank Executive Director

Other Iceland

6648 = Jóhannes Nordal – Central Bank Governor

8864 = Bjarni Bragi Jónsson – Central Bank Chief Economist

14314 = Benjamín Jón Hafsteinn Eiríksson – Harvard Ph. D.

9720 = Matthías Jóhannessen – Editor, Morgunblaðið

Other

10989 = Orenthal James Simpson

8015 = John & Patsy Ramsey

4953 = Osama bin Laden

Violent Crimes

3586 = Murder

 

6899 = Nicole Brown

4948 = Ron Goldman

6100 = Brentwood

1204 = 12 June (4th month old-style)

1994 = 1994 A.D.

 

3718 = Jonbenet

3503 = Boulder

2510 = 25 December (10th month old-style)

1996 = 1996 A.D.

 

5557 = The Pentagon

9596 = World Trade Center

1107 = 11 September (7th month old-style)

2001 = 2001 A.D.

Other

7920 = Excelsior Hotel

5060 = Paula Jones

803 = 8 May (3rd month old-style)

1991 = 1991 A.D.

4014 = Kiss it!

 

8486 = The White House

7334 = Kathleen Willey

2909 = 29 November (9th month old-style)

1993 = 1993 A.D.

22091 = I’ve wanted to do this ever since I laid eyes on you.

 

6045 = The Oval Office

8112 = Monica Lewinsky

1509 = 15 November (9th month old-style)

1995 = 1995 A.D.  = 438097¹

468222

IV. Would the night were come;

Till then sit still my soule: Foule deeds will rise

Though all the earth orewhelm them to mens eies.

(Construction G. T.)

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Grave’s Dark Dominion

  1825 = Death

Cosmic Time

25920 = Platonic Great Year

Cosmic Creative Power

 4000 = Flaming Sword

A New Breed of Men Sent Down from Heaven

(Virgil, Fourth Eclogue)

16609 = Ultima Cumaei venit iam carminis aetas;

20087 = Magnus ab integro saeclorum nascitur ordo.

18681 = Iam redit et Virgo, redeunt Saturnia regna,

18584 = Iam nova progenies caelo demittitur alto.

20229 = Tu modo nascenti puero, quo ferrea primum

18431 = Desinet ac toto surget gens aurea mundo,

17698 = Casta fave Lucina: tuus iam regnat Apollo.

18480 = Teque adeo decus hoc aevi te consule, inibit,

18919 = Pollio, et incipient magni procedere menses;

22004 = Te duce, si qua manent sceleris vestigia nostri,

20495 = Inrita perpetua solvent formidine terras.

18330 = Ille deum vitam accipiet divisque videbit

20448 = Permixtos heroas et ipse videbitur illis

22153 = Pacatumque reget patriis virtutibus orbem.

Man in God‘s Image – Brave New World

7000 = Microcosmos

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Calculator for converting letters to cipher values is at:

http://www.light-of-truth.com/ciphersaga.htm

¹Abomination of Desolation

Message posted to friends on 26 February 2014:

While in Iceland last August, I met with Pétur Halldórsson at the Cafe Milano in Reykjavík. We discussed matters of mutual interest, including what my Saga Cipher work might “mean“.

I took a napkin and, for emphasis, wrote down the number 438097. This is the Cipher Sum of some three dozen names of persons, institutions, dates and events during the reference period, including two famous murder cases, a sex scandal in high places, and presumptive lies told in connection therewith.

I told Pétur (what I had long surmised) that I believed that this number was associated with a watershed event in human history whose final phase was upon our world.

An earth-shaking culmination of human and spiritual evolution.

 

²A New Breed of Men Sent Down from Heaven

Now the last age by Cumae’s Sibyl sung has come and gone, and the majestic roll of circling centuries begins anew: justice returns, returns old Saturn’s reign, with a new breed of men send down from heaven.  Only do thou, at the boy’s birth in whom the iron shall cease, the golden race arise, befriend him, chaste Lucina; ‘tis thine own Apollo reigns.  And in thy consulate, this glorious age, O Pollio, shall begin, and the months enter on their mighty march.  Under thy guidance, whatso tracks remain of our old wickedness, once done away, shall free the earth from never-ceasing fear.  He shall receive the life of gods, and see heroes with gods commingling, and himself be seen of them, and with his father’s worth reign o’er a world of peace.

 

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