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The Great Instauration

© Gunnar Tómasson

11 January 2018

I. Platonic Tyrant and Cosmic Time

(Construction G. T.)

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Alpha

     1 = Monad

729 = Platonic Tyrant

Cosmic Time

25920 = Platonic Great Year

Transformation

7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

Omega

   100 = The End

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II. Saga Creation Myth

(Einar Pálsson & G. T.)

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Locus of Creation

 5003 = Þrídrangr – Triple Rock

Primordial Man-Beast

  9619 = Egill Skalla-Grímsson

Cosmic Time

25920 = Platonic Great Year

New Creation

 1000 = Light of the World

Death of Two Sons

 -3665 = Böðvarr

-4127 = Gunnarr

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III. For this releefe much thankes: ‘Tis bitter cold,

And I am sicke at heart.

(Hamlet, Opening scene. First Folio)

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19893 = Enter Barnardo and Francisco two Centinels.

Barnardo

6406 = Who’s there?

Francisco

17196 = Nay answer me:  Stand & vnfold your selfe.

Barnardo

7459 = Long liue the King.

Francisco

3358 = Barnardo?

Barnardo

604 = He.

Francisco

19922 = You come most carefully vpon your houre.

Barnardo

24520 = ‘Tis now strook twelve, get thee to bed, Francisco.

Francisco

20256 = For this releefe much thankes: ‘Tis bitter cold,

7771 = And I am sicke at heart.

Barnardo

10022 = Haue you had quiet Guard?

Francisco

10705 = Not a Mouse stirring.

Barnardo

7622 = Well, goodnight

15321 = If you do meet Horatio and Marcellus,

17221 = The Riuals of my Watch, bid them make hast.

12540 = Enter Horatio and Marcellus.

Francisco

16707 = I thinke I heare them.  Stand: who’s there?

Horatio

11201 = Friends to this ground.

Marcellus

8121 = And Leige-men to the Dane.

Francisco

8449 = Giue you good night.

Marcellus

21976 = O farwel honest Soldier, who hath relieu’d you?

Francisco

20398 = Barnardo ha’s my place: giue you good night.       Exit Fran.

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Francisco

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2312 = Rúm – Space in Icelandic

2315 = Tími – Time in Icelandic

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At the level of Man, God is Consciousness.

In August 1976, while passing through London, I bought some books at a bookstore near my hotel. including a Penguin Classics edition of Blaise Pascal’s Penseés. While leafing through it back at the hotel, a clear sentence – At the level of Man, God is Consciousness – came to my mind instantaneously at the passage in IV. below.

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IV. The Great Instauration

(Construction G. T.)

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Francis Bacon

11203 = The Great Instauration

Francisco as Man-Beast

Sicke at Heart

2312 = Rúm – Space

2315 = Tími – Time

For this Releefe much Thankes

(Blaise Pascal, Penseés)

17017 = Man is only a reed, the weakest in nature,

9549 = but he is a thinking reed.

18400 = There is no need for the whole universe

13637 = to take up arms to crush him:

20794 = a vapour, a drop of water is enough to kill him.

20856 = But even if the universe were to crush him,

18499 = man would still be nobler than his slayer,

14204 = because he knows that he is dying

17770 = and the advantage the universe has over him.

16655 = The universe knows none of this.

 

21212 = Thus all our dignity consists in thought.

27096 = It is on thought that we must depend for our recovery,

21645 = not on space and time, which we could never fill.

17297 = Let us then strive to think well;

17207 = that is the basic principle of morality.

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V. Egill Skalla-Grímsson Sicke at Heart

At Loss of Two Sons:

(Construction G. T.)

Sonatorrek = 1119781

 

I/II + III/IV + V = 33750 + 287668 + 1119781 = 1441199

VI. Et tu, Brute? _______ Then fall Cæsar.

(Cæsar, Act III, Sc. i. First Folio)

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4916 = Flourish.                                                                                       

24433 = Enter Cæsar, Brutus, Cassius, Caska, Decius, Metellus,

25886 = Trebonius, Cynna, Antony, Lepidus, Artimedorus, Publius,         

8352 =  and the Soothsayer.

Cæsar

9508 = The Ides of March are come.

Soothsayer

8887 = I Cæsar, but not gone.

Artimedorus

11592 = Haile Cæsar: Read this Scedule.

Decius

17267 = Trebonius doth desire you to ore-read

20518 = (At your best leysure) this his humble suite.

Artimedorus

17809 = O Cæsar, reade mine first: for mine’s a suite

19816 = That touches Cæsar neerer.  Read it great Cæsar,

Cæsar

22379 = What touches vs our selfe, shall be last seru’d.

Artimedorus

14149 = Delay not, Cæsar, read it instantly.

Cæsar

11037 = What, is the fellow mad?

Publius

6900 = Sirra, giue place.

Cassius

22754 = What, vrge you your Petitions in the street?

9210 = Come to the Capitoll.

Popillius

19963 = I wish your enterprize to day may thriue.

Cassius

15019 = What enterprize Popillius?

Popillius

6575 = Fare you well.

Brutus

11992 = What said Popillius Lena?

Cassius

22191 = He wisht to day our enterprize might thriue:

15837 = I feare our purpose is discouered.

Brutus

15806 = Looke how he makes to Cæsar: marke him.

Cassius

16942 = Caska be sodaine, for we feare preuention,

20350 = Brutus what shall be done?  If this be knowne,

18558 = Cassius or Cæsar neuer shall turne backe,

10528 = For I will slay my selfe.

Brutus

9990 = Cassius be constant:

21899 = Popillius Lena speakes not of our purposes,

18125 = For looke he smiles, and Cæsar doth not change.

Cassius

24829 = Trebonius knowes his time: for look you Brutus

17249 = He drawes Mark Antony out of the way.

Decius

16210 = Where is Metellus Cimber, let him go,

19500 = And presently preferre his suite to Cæsar.

Brutus

16379 = He is addrest: presse neere, and second him.

Cinna

19433 = Caska, you are the first that reares your hand.

Cæsar

16879 = Are we all ready?  What is now amisse,

17969 = That Cæsar and his Senate must redresse?

Metellus

21506 = Most high, most mighty, and most puisant Cæsar

19567 = Metellus Cymber throwes before thy Seate

5778 = An humble heart.

Cæsar

12472 = I must preuent thee Cymber:

21733 = These couchings, and these lowly courtesies

14345 = Might fire the blood of ordinary men,

16504 = And turne pre-Ordinance, and first Decree

14255 = Into the lane of Children.  Be not fond,

18986 = To thinke that Cæsar beares such Rebell blood

20290 = That will be thaw’d from the true quality

27136 = With that which melteth Fooles, I meane sweet words,

22347 = Low-crooked-curtsies, and base Spaniell fawning:

12618 = Thy Brother by decree is banished:

17586 = If thou doest bend, and pray, and fawne for him,

18113 = I spurne thee like a Curre out of my way:

25524 = Know, Cæsar doth not wrong, nor without cause

8655 = Will he be satisfied.

Metellus

21609 = Is there no voyce more worthy then my owne,

20385 = To sound more sweetly in great Cæsars eare,

15686 = For the repealing of my banish’d Brother?

Brutus

18142 = I kisse thy hand, but not in flattery, Cæsar:

16107 = Desiring thee, that Publius Cymber may

12806 = Haue an immediate freedome of repeale.

Cæsar

7924 = What, Brutus!

Cassius

11142 = Pardon, Cæsar; Cæsar, pardon:

19425 = As lowe as to thy foote doth Cassius fall,

19052 = To begge infranchisement for Publius Cymber.

Cæsar

16379 = I could be well mou’d if I were as you,

22538 = If I could pray to mooue, Prayers would mooue me:

19543 = But I am constant as the Northerne Starre,

19698 = Of whose true fixt, and resting quality

16134 = There is no fellow in the Firmament.

21305 = The Skies are painted with vnnumbred sparkes,

15567 = They are all Fire and every one doth shine:

18563 = But, there’s but one in all doth hold his place.

23070 = So, in the World; ‘Tis furnish’d well with Men,

15675 = And Men are Flesh and Blood, and apprehensiue;

15653 = Yet in the number I do know but One

15556 = That vnassayleable holds on his Ranke,

13067 = Vnshak’d of Motion: and that I am he,

16339 = Let me a little shew it, euen in this,

19864 = That I was constant Cymber should be banish’d,

15998 = And constant do remaine to keepe him so.

Cinna

3200 = O Cæsar, –

Cæsar

16936 = Hence:  Wilt thou lift up Olympus!

Decius

4910 = Great Cæsar, –

Cæsar

16307 = Doth not Brutus bootlesse kneele?

Casca

7232 = Speake, hands, for me!

6500 = They stab Cæsar.

Cæsar

13836 = Et tu, Brute? _______ Then fall Cæsar.    Dyes

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VII. Foreuer, O LORD, thy word is setled in heauen.

(Psalm 119.89, KJB 1611)

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 6862 = Foreuer, O LORD,

13070 = thy word is setled in heauen.

Alpha

Holy Sepulchre

(Orkneys – Saga Myth)

  5979 = Girth House – Circular Stone Church

-1000 = Darkness

Omega

Cæsar, now be still,  I kill’d not thee

with halfe so good a will.  Dyes.

(Cæsar, Act V, Sc. v, First Folio)

27431 = Enter Brutus, Dardanius, Clitus, Strato, and Volumnius. 

Brutus

22431 = Come poore remaines of friends, rest on this Rocke.

Clitus

22615 = Statillius shew’d the Torch-light, but my Lord

14738 = He came not backe: he is or tane, or slaine.

Brutus

21394 = Sit thee downe, Clitus: slaying is the word,

16002 = It is a deed in fashion.  Hearke thee, Clitus.

Clitus

18735 = What I, my Lord?  No, not for all the World.

Brutus

9486 = Peace then, no words.

Clitus

9389 = Ile rather kill my selfe.

Brutus

8186 = Hearke thee, Dardanius.

Dardanius

7540 = Shall I doe such a deed?

Clitus

4916 = O Dardanius.

Dardanius

4806 = O Clitus.

Clitus

19677 = What ill request did Brutus make to thee?

Dardanius

16522 = To kill him, Clitus: looke he meditates.

Clitus

18524 = Now is that Noble Vessell full of griefe,

16777 = That it runnes ouer euen at his eyes.

Brutus

19766 = Come hither, good Volumnius, list a word.

Volumnius

8965 = What sayes my Lord?

Brutus

11762 = Why this, Volumnius:

15079 = The Ghost of Cæsar hath appear’d to me

20095 = Two seuerall times by Night: at Sardis, once;

17915 = And this last Night, here in Philippi fields:

11202 = I know my houre is come.

Volumnius

6885 = Not so, my Lord.

Brutus

14113 = Nay, I am sure it is, Volumnius.

24548 = Thou seest the World, Volumnius, how it goes,

22418 = Our Enemies haue beat vs to the Pit:       Low Alarums.

20447 = It is more worthy, to leape in our selues,

22529 = Then tarry till they push vs.  Good Volumnius,

29663 = Thou know’st, that we two went to Schoole together:

17052 = Euen for that our loue of old, I prethee

24652 = Hold thou my Sword Hilts, whilest I runne on it.

Volumnius

15886 = That’s not an Office for a friend, my Lord.

6214 = Alarum still.

Clytus

17222 = Fly, flye, my Lord, there is no tarrying heere.

Brutus

20403 = Farewell to you, and you, and you, Volumnius.

20554 = Strato, thou hast bin all this while asleepe:

19893 = Farewell to thee, to Strato,  Countrymen:

15437 = My heart doth ioy, that yet in all my life,

16259 = I found no man, but he was true to me.

15062 = I shall haue glory by this loosing day,

15870 = More then Octauius, and Marke Antony,

19379 = By this vile Conquest shall attaine vnto.

21107 = So fare you well at once, for Brutus tongue

16046 = Hath almost ended his liues History:

21799 = Night hangs vpon mine eyes, my Bones would rest,

19708 = That haue but labour’d, to attaine this houre.

13599 = Alarum. Cry within, Flye, flye, flye.

Clytus

5833 = Fly my Lord, flye.

Brutus

10117 = Hence:  I will follow:

18105 = I prythee, Strato, stay thou by thy Lord,

15993 = Thou art a Fellow of a good respect:

17546 = Thy life hath had some smatch of Honor in it,

18913 = Hold then my Sword, and turne away thy face,

22243 = While I do run vpon it.  Wilt thou, Strato?

Strato

19393 = Giue me your hand first. Fare you wel my Lord.

Brutus

19970 = Farewell good Strato. – Cæsar, now be still,

20131 = I kill’d not thee with halfe so good a will.  Dyes.

World Age Ended

-4654 = Brutus

432000 = Kali Yuga – Age of Degeneration

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