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Örlygsstaðabardagi

© Gunnar Tómasson

10. júní 2017

I. Formáli Eddu

(1. kafli)

228741

Alfa

18408 = Almáttigr guð skapaði í upphafi himin ok jörð

20040 = ok alla þá hluti, er þeim fylgja, ok síðast menn tvá,

14881 = er ættir eru frá komnar, Adam ok Evu,

22395 = ok fjölgaðist þeira kynslóð ok dreifðist um heim allan.

Omega

20868 = En til þess at heldr mætti frá segja eða í minni festa,

21124 = þá gáfu þeir nöfn með sjálfum sér öllum hlutum,

19750 = ok hefir þessi átrúnaðr á marga lund breytzt,

27139 = svá sem þjóðirnar skiptust ok tungurnar greindust.

20128 = En alla hluti skilðu þeir jarðligri skilningu,

16085 = því at þeim var eigi gefin andlig spekðin.

27923 = Svá skilðu þeir, at allir hlutir væri smíðaðir af nökkuru efni.

228741

INNSKOT

Hvað gerðist í Örlygsstaðabardaga?

 (Vísindavefurinn – Jarðlig skilning)

Örlygsstaðabardagi var háður 21. ágúst 1238 í Skagafirði austanverðum á stað sem var kallaður Örlygsstaðir , skammt fyrir norðan Víðivelli en nokkru lengra fyrir sunnan Miklabæ. Þar var þá sauðahús, en þrátt fyrir þetta ábúðarmikla nafn staðarins er ekki vitað til að þar hafi nokkurn tímann verið byggt býli. Tildrög bardagans voru þau að ungur höfðingi af Sturlungaætt með mannaforráð vestur í Dölum, Sturla Sighvatsson, hafði tekið að sér að koma Íslandi undir stjórn Noregskonungs og átti að gera það með því að reka aðra höfðingja landsins utan á konungsfund svo að konungur gæti knúið þá til að láta mannaforráð sín í hendur honum. Sjálfsagt hefur Sturla átt að verða jarl konungs eða einhvers konar umboðsmaður á Íslandi, þótt ekki sé þess getið í heimildum.

Haustið 1235 kom Sturla heim til Íslands og tók til við verk sitt vorið eftir. Hann lagði Borgarfjörð undir sig og hrakti höfðingja hans, Snorra Sturluson, utan til Noregs. Vorið 1238 handtók hann höfðingja Árnesinga, Gissur Þorvaldsson af Haukdælaætt, og lét hann sverja að fara á konungsfund. Um sumarið hittust Gissur og höfðingi Skagfirðinga, Kolbeinn Arnórsson ungi af Ásbirningaætt, og sömdu um að mynda bandalag og heyja úrslitaorustu við Sturlu..

Sú orusta var Örlygsstaðabardagi. Í lið með Sturlu var þá kominn faðir hans, Sighvatur Sturluson sem hafði mannaforráð í Eyjafirði og héraðinu þar austur af sem var þá kallað Eyjarþing. Þeir feðgar voru þá báðir staddir í Skagafirði og munu hafa ætlað að sigra Kolbein unga þar. En Kolbeinn kom þá sunnan Kjöl í fylgd með Gissuri Þorvaldssyni. Á því áttu þeir feðgar ekki von því að þeir höfðu verið að búa sig undir að fara suður á land til að ná Kolbeini. Bandamennirnir Gissur og Kolbeinn komu að þeim gersamlega óvörum morguninn 21. ágúst. Sighvatur hafði um 480 manna lið (fjögur hundruð eins og þá var sagt og átt við stór hundruð, 120). Gissur og Kolbeinn komu með níu hundruð (1080) manns sunnan Kjöl en söfnuðu liði á leið sinni svo að þeir urðu nær 13 hundruð (1.560) áður en lauk. Ekki kemur fram hve fjölmennt lið Sturla hafði, en giska má á að menn hans hafi verið álíka margir og liðsmenn föður hans, og hafa þá um 2.500 manns barist á Örlygsstöðum, um 1.500 gegn 1.000.

Lið Gissurar og Kolbeins sigraði í stuttum og hörðum bardaga. Feðgarnir Sighvatur og Sturla voru báðir drepnir. Í Sturlunga sögu eru taldir upp með nöfnum þeir sem féllu í bardaganum. Þar eru taldir 39 úr liði Sturlu, en tíu úr liði Sighvats (og eru þeir feðgar meðtaldir). Af Gissuri eru sjö menn sagðir hafa fallið, en ekkert segir frá mannfalli úr liði Kolbeins. Þarna eru því 56 taldir fallnir. Kannski féll enginn af liðsmönnum Kolbeins, kannski gleymdist að telja þá upp, kannski hefur upptalningin glatast við afritun sögunnar. En þar getur ekki skakkað miklu, og má áætla að í bardaganum hafi fallið nálægt 60 manns.

Í fyrstu urðu afleiðingar Örlygsstaðabardaga þær að Kolbeinn ungi lagði Norðlendingafjórðung allan undir sig. Gissur Þorvaldsson virðist hins vegar ekki hafa aukið ríki sitt að sinni. En síðar átti hann eftir að fylla það pólitíska tómarúm sem fall Sturlu Sighvatssonar hafði skapað og gerast umboðsmaður Noregskonungs á Íslandi.

INNSKOTI LOKIÐ

II. Hvað gerðist í Örlygsstaðabardaga?

 (Andlig spekðin)

551554

Alfa

Minnismerki Hórasar

15415 = Exegi monumentum aere perennius
15971 = regalique situ pyramidum altius,

18183 = quod non imber edax, non Aquilo impotens
16667 = possit diruere aut innumerabilis

15808 = annorum series et fuga temporum.
16838 = Non omnis moriar multaque pars mei
17125 = vitabit Libitinam; usque ego postera
15977 = crescam laude recens.  Dum Capitolium
16702 = scandet cum tacita virgine pontifex,
17493 = dicar, qua violens obstrepit Aufidus
17316 = et qua pauper aquae Daunus agrestium
19190 = regnavit populorum, ex humili potens,
14596 = princeps Aeolium carmen ad Italos

15421 = deduxisse modos.  Sume superbiam
15021 = quaesitam meritis et mihi Delphica

15259 = lauro cinge volens, Melpomene, comam.¹

Vettvangur

6994 = Örlygsstaðir

2106 = 21. ágúst (6. mán. til forna)

1238 = 1238 A.D.

Saga Dagshríðar

 7086 = Brennu-Njálssaga

Omega

Virgil, Fourth Eclogue

A New Breed of Men Sent Down From Heaven

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.²

551554

III. Mannfall á Örlygsstaðafundi

(Íslendinga saga, 138. kafli)

551554

29625 = Þessir menn létust á Örlygsstaðafundi með þeim er ór sárum dóu:

22464 = Sturla Sighvatsson vestan, Árni Auðunarson,

28882 = Snorri Þórðarson, Vigfúss Ívarsson, Ormr Halldórsson,

32913 = Marteinn Þorkelsson, Markús Þorgilsson, Gizurr Þórarinsson,

22820 = Hermundr Hermundarson, Þórir Steinfinnsson,

22748 = Valdi ok Áskell Skeggjasynir, Bersi Þorsteinsson,

23920 = – ór Vestfjörðum:  Krákr ok Sveinbjörn Hrafnssynir,

27408 = Markús Magnússon, Helgi Sveinsson, Þórðr Guðmundarson,

19253 = Eindriði smiðr, Þórðr Hallkelsson ok Ámundi,

23047 = Ögmundr Kolbeinsson, Jón kaupi, Dálkr Þorgilsson,

29008 = – en norðan: Sighvatr Sturluson, Þórðr ok Markús, synir hans,

23230 = Sighvatr Runólfsson, Ingjaldr stami, Þórðr daufi,

27632 = Einarr Ingjaldsson, Björn Gizurarson, Björn Þórarinsson,

26634 = Eyjólfr, Guðmundr Halldórsson, Sámr, Þórðr Eysteinsson,

21764 = Eiríkr Þorsteinsson, Björn Þorgrímsson,

23985 = – en lengra norðan:  Kolbeinn Sighvatsson, Páll Magnússon,

22645 = Þorgeirr Bjarnarson, Oddr Kárason, Skeggi Hallsson,

20496 = Sigurðr Guðmundarson, Brandr Þorkelsson,

17678 = Brandr Einarsson, Ljótr, Loðinn Helgason;

24363 = – þessir létust af Gizuri:  Játgeirr Þórarinsson,

27260 = Sigfúss Tófason, Þorlákr Barkarson, Þorgils Steinason,

34278 = Þórðr Snorrason, Þorbjörn, Þóroddr, húskarl Teits Þorvaldssonar.

551554

I + II/III = 228741 + 551554 = 780295

IV + V = 777077 + 3218 = 780295 

IV. Hinztu ár Sturlu lögmanns Þórðarsonar

(Sturlu þáttr, 3. kafli)

777077

11406 = Þat er frá Sturlu sagt,

14494 = at hann fór til Íslands með lögbók þá,

13578 = er Magnús konungr hafði skipat.

17800 = Var hann þá skipaðr lögmaðr yfir allt Ísland.

11754 = Váru þá lagaskipti á Íslandi.

21286 = Tók hann þá við búi um haustit í Fagradal af Skeggja bónda.

20331  = Þann vetr var með Sturlu Þórðr Narfason.

 

14695 = Þat var eitt sinn um vetrinn,

27438 = at þangat kom til Sturlu Bárðr, sonr Einars Ásgrímssonar.

6304 = Hann fór á skipi.

29743 = En þann dag eftir, er þeir fóru á brott, laust á veðri miklu fyrir þeim,

15178 = ok uggðu menn, at þeir myndi týnast.

18754 = Þórðr gekk út ok inn, hugði at, ef veðr minnkaði.

18778 = Ok eitt sinn, er hann kom inn, mælti Sturla:

9586 = „Vertu kátr, Þórðr,

20412 = eigi mun Bárðr, frændi þinn, drukkna í þessari ferð.”

16414 = „Þat muntu aldri vita,” segir Þórðr.

19352 = En þat fréttist þá síðar, sem Sturla sagði.

19458 = Nökkuru síðar um várit tók Bárðr sótt.

13487 = Þá spurði Þórðr Sturlu,

21258 = hvárt Bárðr myndi upp standa ór sóttinni eða eigi.

21614 = „Skil ek nú,” segir Sturla, “hví þú spyrr þessa,

11233 = en fá mér nú vaxspjöld mín.”

8919 = Lék hann þar at um hríð.

12606 = Litlu síðar mælti Sturla:

16020 = „Ór þessari sótt mun Bárðr andast.”

5603 = Þat fór svá.

 

18556 = Sturla fór þá til Staðarhóls búi sínu

18391 = ok hafði lögsögn, þar til er hófust deilur

15807 = milli kennimanna ok leikmanna um staðamál.

13251 = Lét Sturla þá lögsögn lausa

22601 = ok settist hjá öllum vandræðum, er þar af gerðust.

16332 = Margir menn heyrðu Árna byskup þat mæla, –

11524 = ok þótti þat merkiligt, –

21134 = at Sturla myndi nökkurs mikils góðs at njóta,

11589 = er hann gekk frá þessum vanda.

22005 = Tók þá lögsögn Jón Einarsson ok Erlendr sterki.

 

9837 = Sturla gerði bú í Fagrey,

22273 = en fekk Snorra, syni sínum, land á Staðarhóli til ábúðar.

23388 = Sat Sturla þá í góðri virðing, þar til er hann andaðist

14525 = einni nótt eftir Óláfsmessudag.

16437 = Var hann ok Óláfsmessudag fyrst í heim

11099 = ok Óláfsmessudag síðast.

17523 = Hann var þá nær sjautugr, er hann andaðist.

13252 = Var líkami hans færðr á Staðarhól

18342 = ok jarðaðr þar at kirkju Pétrs postula,

21710 = er hann hafði mesta elsku á haft af öllum helgum mönnum.

777077

V. Hulið kveðið

(Sköpunarmýta)

3218

Dagshríð

 1000 = Heimsljós

2534 = Satan

Sturla Andast

Metamorphosis

Hverfur Úr Heimi Jarðligrar skilningar

-7316 = Sturla lögmaðr

 7000 = Microcosmos – Maður sem Ímynd Guðs

 3218

Sbr. einnig:

Ok lýk ek þar Brennu-Njálssögu

= 13530

3635 = Emmanuel (Matt. 1:23)

3218 = Sturla Nýr Maður

6677 = God with us. (Matt. 1:23)

13530

***

Reiknivél sem umbreytir bókstöfum í tölugildi er hér:

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

¹ I have created a monument more lasting than bronze and loftier than the royal pyramids, a monument which neither the biting rain nor the raging North Wind can destroy, nor can the countless years and the passing of the seasons.  I will not entirely die and a great part of me will avoid Libitina, the goddess of Death; I will grow greater and greater in times to come, kept fresh by praise.  So long as the high priest climbs the stairs of the Capitolium, accompanied by the silent Vestal Virgin, I, now powerful but from humble origins, will be said to be the first to have brought Aeolian song to Latin meter where the raging Aufidius roars and where parched Daunus ruled over the country folk.  Embrace my pride, deservedly earned, Muse, and willingly crown me with Apollo’s laurel.

² 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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The Shakepeare Authorship Mystery Resolved.

© Gunnar Tómasson

9 June 2017

I. Francis Bacon – What is Truth?

(Essayes, 1625)

1927965

16829 = What is Truth; said jesting Pilate;

16465 = and would not stay for an Answer.

18074 = Certainly there be, that delight in Giddinesse

13235 = And count it a Bondage, to fix a Beleefe;

22340 = Affecting Free-will in Thinking as well as in Acting.

24810 = And though the Sects of Philosophers of that Kinde be gone,

21536 = yet there remaine certaine discoursing Wits,

12152 = which are of the same veines,

18070 = though there be not so much Bloud in them,

14517 = as was in those of the Ancients.

19835 = But it is not onely the Difficultie, and Labour

17822 = which Men take in finding out of Truth;

14466 = Nor againe, that when it is found,

16605 = it imposeth vpon mens Thoughts;

13519 = that doth bring Lies in fauour,

24851 = But a naturall, though corrupt Loue, of the Lie it selfe.

16509 = One of the later Schoole of the Grecians,

19915 = examineth the matter, and is at a stand, to thinke

21204 = what should be in it, that men should loue Lies;

24494 = Where neither they make for Pleasure, as with Poets;

26333 = Nor for Aduantage, as with the Merchant; but for the Lies sake.

7815 = But I cannot tell:

17572 = This same Truth, is a Naked, and Open day light,

21950 = that doth not shew, the Masques, and Mummeries,

20056 = and Triumphs of the world, halfe so Stately,

10902 = and daintily, as Candlelights.

19942 = Truth may perhaps come to the price of a Pearle,

10647 = that sheweth best by day:

26281 = But it will not rise, to the price of a Diamond or Carbuncle,

16547 = that sheweth best in varied lights.

16697 = A mixture of a Lie doth euer adde Pleasure.

18306 = Doth any man doubt, that if there were taken

15728 = out of Mens Mindes, Vaine Opinions,

15926 = Flattering Hopes, False valuations,

16567 = Imaginations as one would, and the like;

13966 = but it would leaue the Mindes,

17950 = of a Number of Men, poore shrunken Things;

16165 = full of Melancholy, and Indisposition,

13441 = and vnpleasing to themselues?

15790 = One of the Fathers, in great Seuerity,

12325 = called Poesie, Vinum Dæmonum;

14068 = because it filleth the Imagination,

18552 = and yet it is, but with the shadow of a Lie.

23809 = But it is not the Lie, that passeth through the Minde,

19114 = but the Lie that sinketh in, and setleth in it,

20452 = that doth the hurt, such as we spake of before.

19135 = But howsoeuer these things are thus,

17631 = in mens depraued Iudgements, and Affections,

19303 = yet Truth, which onely doth iudge it selfe,

16947 = teacheth, that the Inquirie of Truth,

19407 = which is the Loue-making, or Wooing of it;

24317 = The Knowledge of Truth, which is the Presence of it;

21439 = and the Beleefe of Truth, which is the Enioying of it;

17137 = is the Soueraigne Good of humane Nature.

23316 = The first Creature of God, in the workes of the Dayes,

12236 = was the Light of the Sense;

15062 = The last, was the Light of Reason;

13986 = And his Sabbath Worke, euer since,

16231 = is the Illumination of his Spirit.

24837 = First he breathed Light, vpon the Face, of the Matter or Chaos;

15511 = Then he breathed Light, into the Face of Man;

15000 = and still he breatheth and inspireth

13512 = Light, into the Face of his Chosen.

14216 = The Poet, that beautified the Sect,

22778 = that was otherwise inferiour to the rest,

12983 = saith yet excellently well:

18762 = It is a pleasure to stand vpon the shore

16065 = and to see ships tost vpon the Sea;

21011 = A pleasure to stand in the window of a Castle,

22322 = and to see a Battaile, and the Aduentures thereof, below:

14652 = But no pleasure is comparable, to

21546 = the standing, vpon the vantage ground of Truth

9474 = (A hill not to be commanded,

19050 = and where the Ayre is alwaies cleare and serene;)

17193 = And to see the Errours and Wandrings,

18416 = and Mists, and Tempests, in the vale below:

23256 = So alwaies, that this prospect, be with Pitty,

15853 = and not with Swelling, or Pride.

14791 = Certainly, it is Heauen vpon Earth,

14444 = to haue a Mans Minde moue in Charitie,

9099 = Rest in Prouidence,

16653 = and Turne vpon the Poles of Truth.

 

24147 = To pass from Theologicall and Philosophicall Truth,

16506 = to the Truth of ciuill Businesse;

26945 = It will be acknowledged, euen by those, that practize it not,

24509 = that cleare and Round dealing, is the Honour of Mans Nature;

12692 = And that Mixture of Falshood,

15180 = is like Allay in Coyne of Gold and Siluer,

18979 = which may make the Metall worke the better,

8066 = but it embaseth it.

18111 = For these winding, and crooked courses,

12669 = are the Goings of the Serpent;

23514 = which goeth basely vpon the belly, and not vpon the Feet.

23313 = There is no Vice, that doth so couer a Man with Shame,

14034 = as to be found false, and perfidious.

18522 = And therefore Mountaigny saith prettily,

24123 = when he enquired the reason, why the word of the Lie,

20405 = should be such a Disgrace, and such an Odious Charge?

12538 = Saith he, If it be well weighed,

16568 = To say that a man lieth, is as much to say,

25983 = as that he is braue towards God, and a Coward towards men.

15156 = For a Lie faces God, and shrinkes from Man.

19395 = Surely the Wickednesse of Falshood, and Breach

20429 = of Faith, cannot possibly be so highly expressed,

18582 = as in that it shall be the last Peale, to call the

19854 = Iudgements of God, vpon the Generations of Men,

20293 = It being foretold, that when Christ commeth,

15732 = He shall not finde faith vpon the earth.

1927965

II + III + IV + V = 1234028 + 468222 + 199742 + 25973 = 1927965

INSERT

GORGON, or the wonderfull yeare.

This is the  title of a poem by Gabriel Harvey, published in 1593. And, as it happens, that was also the year of publication of the first work to appear under the name William Shakespeare.

The poem has been described as “intensely cryptic“, which it certainly is.  Nevertheless, it has long been associated with the Marlovian aspect of the Shakespeare Mystery.

At the outset, the poem notes the non-occurrence in 1588 of the prophesied End of the World.  And, as it happens, its title‘s Cipher Value, 14786, equals 5364 + 9322 + 100 = 14786, as in the Cipher Values of Gabriel Harvey, William Shakespeare, and THE END.

See ADDENDUM for more on the Marlovian – and Shakespeare Authorship – aspect.

END INSERT

II. Gabriel Harvey’s Poem

(September 1593)

1234028

 14786 = GORGON, or the wonderfull yeare.

 

3276 = Sonet        

19406 = St Fame dispos’d to cunnycatch the world,

16460 = Uprear’d a wonderment of Eighty Eight:

16495 = The Earth addreading to be overwhurld,

22381 = What now availes, quoth She, my ballance weight?

16310 = The Circle smyl’d to see the Center feare:

20016 = The wonder was, no wonder fell that yeare.

22473 = Wonders enhaunse their powre in numbers odd:

16316 = The fatall yeare of yeares is Ninety Three:

17270 = Parma hath kist: De-Maine entreates the rodd:

22246 = Warre wondreth, Peace in Spaine and Fraunce to see.

16323 = Brave Eckenberg, the dowty Bassa shames:

21855 = The Christian Neptune, Turkish Vulcane tames.

 

23504 = Navarre wooes Roome: Charlmaine gives Guise the Phy:

22680 = Weepe Powles, thy Tamberlaine voutsafes to dye.

 

3335 = L’envoy

14215 = The hugest miracle remaines behinde,

18005 = The second Shakerley Rash-Swash to binde.

 

8599 = A Stanza declarative:

16072 = to the Lovers of admirable Workes.

 

14468 = Pleased it hath, a Gentlewoman rare,

17902 = With Phenix quill in diamant hand of Art,

15675 = To muzzle the redoubtable Bull-bare,

15946 = And play the galiard Championesses part.

19416 = Though miracles surcease, yet Wonder see

16292 = The mightiest miracle of Ninety Three.

 

17467 = Vis consilii expers, mole ruit sua.*

Postscript

22204 = The Writers Postscript: or a frendly Caveat

15951 = to the Second Shakerley of Powles.

 

   3276 = Sonet

12467 = Slumbring I lay in melancholy bed,

16780 = Before the dawning of the sanguin light:

19714 = When Echo shrill, or some Familiar Spright

12112 = Buzzed an Epitaph into my hed.

 

16409 = Magnifique Mindes, bred of Gargantuas race,

19616 = In grisly weedes His Obsequies waiment.

27826 = Whose Corps on Powles, whose mind triumph’d on Kent,

16231 = Scorning to bate Sir Rodomont an ace.

 

16241 = I mus’d awhile: and having mus’d awhile,

16337 = Jesu, (quoth I) is that Gargantua minde

14804 = Conquer’d, and left no Scanderbeg behinde?

17313 = Vow’d he not to Powles A Second bile?

 

21454 = What bile, or kibe? (quoth that same early Spright?)

18382 = Have you forgot the Scanderbegging wight?      

 

3509 = Glosse       

14726 = Is it a Dreame?  Or is the Highest minde

20829 = That ever haunted Powles, or hunted winde,

19588 = Bereaft of that same sky-surmounting breath,

21476 = That breath, that taught the Timpany to swell?

 

14297 = He, and the Plague contended for the game:

21808 = The hawty man extolled his hideous thoughtes,

22472 = And gloriously insultes upon poore soules,

26489 = That plague themselves: for faint harts plague themselves.

 

18315 = The tyrant Sicknesse of base-minded slaves

16178 = Oh how it dominers in Coward Lane?

18095 = So Surquidry rang-out his larum bell,

15505 = When he had girn’d at many a dolefull knell.

 

18928 = The graund Dissease disdain’d his toade Conceit.

16725 = And smiling at his tamberlaine contempt,

22405 = Sternely struck home the peremptory stroke.

14701 = He that nor feared God, nor dreaded Div’ll,

20326 = Nor ought admired, but his wondrous selfe,

20986 = Like Junos gawdy Bird, that prowdly stares

18475 = On glittring fan of his triumphant taile:

16680 = Or like the ugly Bugg, that scorn’d to dy,

22266 = And mountes of Glory rear’d in towring witt:

18142 = Alas: but Babell Pride must kisse the pitt.

 

3335 = L’envoy

20142 = Powles steeple, and a hugyer thing is downe:

18340 = Beware the next Bull-beggar of the towne.

 

10384 = Fata immatura vagantur.**

 2600 = FINIS

1234028

* Force without wisdom falls by its own weight.

** Premature deaths roam abroad

III. Abomination of Desolation¹

(Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland = 30125

PERSECUTED

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Means of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Pontius Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

IMF

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

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

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. Premature deaths roam abroad –

She should haue dy‘de heereafter.

(Macbeth Act V, Sc. v. First Folio)

199742

A

Macbeth

9664 = What is that noyse?

11226 = A Cry within of Women.

Seyton

15780 = It is the cry of women, my good Lord.

Macbeth

17369 = I haue almost forgot the taste of Feares:

18952 = The time ha’s beene, my sences would haue cool’d

15646 = To heare a Night-shrieke, and my Fell of haire

22673 = Would at a dismall Treatise rowze, and stirre

23924 = As life were in’t.  I haue supt full with horrors,

23242 = Direnesse familiar to my slaughterous thought

21957 = Cannot once start me.

The Last Judgement

(Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel)

3045 = Logos

6529 = The Gates of Hell

11099 = Il Giudizio Universale

5596 = Andlig spekðin – Spiritual Wisdom

-6960 = Jarðlig skilning – Earthly Understanding

199742

B

Macbeth

12402 = Wherefore was that cry?

 

Seyton

9748 = The Queene (my Lord) is dead.

Macbeth

12050 = She should haue dy’de heereafter;

20111 = There would haue beene a time for such a word:

22689 = To morrow, and to morrow, and to morrow,

17099 = Creepes in this petty pace from day to day,

15476 = To the last Syllable of Recorded time:

17611 = And all our yesterdayes, haue lighted Fooles

19767 = The way to dusty death.

Fooles/Murky Hell

-4000 = Dark Swords/Man-Beasts

6529 = The Gates of Hell

Snorri Sturluson – Galdralag

(Magic meter – Háttatal, v. 101)

 6025 = Sóttak fremð,

10369 = sóttak fund konungs,

8558 = sóttak ítran jarl,

6015 = þá er ek reist,

6303 = þá er ek renna gat

7900 = kaldan straum kili,

5090 = kaldan sjá kili.

199742                                                                                              

C

  9018 = Out, out, breefe Candle,

18629 = Life’s but a walking Shadow, a poore Player,

23287 = That struts and frets his houre vpon the Stage,

13957 = And then is heard no more.  It is a Tale

15789 = Told by an Ideot, full of sound and fury

8516 = Signifying nothing.

Light of the World 

         1 = Monad

1000 = Light

Breefe Candle – Walking Shadow

Poore Player – Tale-telling Ideot

    6960 = Jarðlig skilning – Earthly Understanding

Full of Sound and Fury

Signifying Nothing

   -6529 = The Gates of Hell

Snorri Sturluson – Poem’s End

(Magic meter – Háttatal, v. 102)

5521 = Njóti aldrs

3902 = ok auðsala

7274 = konungr ok jarl,

7826= þat er kvæðis lok.

4143 = Falli fyrr

3150 = fold í ægi,

6684 = steini studd,

6819 = en stillis lof.

Unknown Author’s Works

(First Folio Title Page)

16746 = The Workes of William Shakespeare,

17935 = Containing all his Comedies, Histories, and

13106 = Tragedies: Truely set forth,

16008 = according to their first Originall.

199742

V. What is Truth? – Answer: Title of Play

at the Burning of The Globe (Theater):

ALL IS TRUE

(Shakespeare Myth)

25973

All the World is a Stage

  3360 = The Globe

A Poore Player

  8282 = Will Shakespeare

The Globe Theater’s

26-Years Existence

Alpha

2904 = 29th June – 4th month old-style

1587 = 1587 A.D.²

Omega

2904 = 29th June

1613 = 1613 A.D.³

What is Truth?

Truth’s Fiery Answer

5323 = ALL IS TRUE.

25973

***

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.

² ADDENDUM

A

 ²Date of Privy Council’s letter to Cambridge University on ‘Christopher Marlowe’:

13324 = Whereas it was reported

20960 = that Christopher Marlowe was determined

10834 = to have gone beyond the seas

10972 = to Rheims and there remain,

19800 = their Lordships thought good to certify

18025 = that he behaved himself orderly and discreetly

17855 = whereby he had done her Majesty good service,

20745 = and deserved to be rewarded for his faithful dealing.

 

25159 = Their Lordships request that the rumour thereof

14324 = should be allayed by all possible means

17152 = and that he should be furthered in the degree

18014 = he was to take this next commencement;

19521 = because it was not her Majesty’s pleasure

11702 = that anyone employed as he had been

21815 = in matters touching the benefit of his country

9384 = should be defamed by those

16687 = ignorant in the affairs he went about.

Premature deaths roam abroad

199742 = IV. above

‘Marlowe’s’ Booke from Her Magestie

Perfected – See below.

1000 = Light of the World

6098 = It is finished. – Jesus (John 19:30)

7671 = O RARE BEN JOHNSON

10594 = Sir Francis Bacon, Knight

511378

B

‘Christopher Marlowe’ – Mask for

Edward de Vere/Oxenford

(Letter to Robert Cecil)

511378

9205 = My very good brother,

11119 = yf my helthe hadd beene to my mynde

20978 = I wowlde have beene before this att the Coorte

16305 = as well to haue giuen yow thankes

15468 = for yowre presence at the hearinge

15274 = of my cause debated as to have moued her M

10054 = for her resolutione.

23461 = As for the matter, how muche I am behouldinge to yow

22506 = I neede not repeate but in all thankfulnes acknowlege,

13131 = for yow haue beene the moover &

14231 = onlye follower therofe for mee &

19082 = by yowre onlye meanes I have hetherto passed

13953 = the pykes of so many adversaries.

16856 = Now my desyre ys. Sythe them selues

15903 = whoo have opposed to her M ryghte

17295 = seeme satisfisde, that yow will make

7234 = the ende ansuerabel

22527 = to the rest of yowre moste friendlye procedinge.

12363 = For I am aduised, that I may passe

22634 = my Booke from her Magestie yf a warrant may be procured

21532 = to my Cosen Bacon and Seriant Harris to perfet yt.

25516 = Whiche beinge doone I know to whome formallye to thanke

16614 = but reallye they shalbe, and are from me, and myne,

23196 = to be sealed up in an aeternall remembran&e to yowreselfe.

18733 = And thus wishinge all happines to yow,

13574 = and sume fortunat meanes to me,

19549 = wherby I myght recognise soo diepe merites,

13775 = I take my leave this 7th of October

11101 = from my House at Hakney 1601.

 

15668 = Yowre most assured and louinge

4605 = Broother

7936 = Edward Oxenford

511378

³ The 26-year period between the Privy Council’s letter and the burning of the Globe serves to link ‘Christopher Marlowe’ to the Hebrew foundations of Shakespeare Myth (26 = 10 + 5 + 6 + 5 as in the Hebrew gematria value of the Holy Name of JHWH.

Edward Oxenford’s letter to Robert Cecil – the only extant written reference by the Earl of Oxford to Francis Bacon – on his “booke” that needs to be “perfeted” would then serve to “document” the Earl’s major contribution to the Shakespeare Opus viewed as an integral part of a Judeo-Christian literary and spiritual tradition.

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Make but my name thy loue, and loue that still, 

© Gunnar Tómasson

7 June 2017

I. And then thou louest me for my name is Will.

(Shakespeares Sonnets # 134-136. 1609)

790864

17485 = So now I haue confest that he is thine,

14624 = And I my selfe am morgag’d to thy will,

16515 = My selfe Ile forfeit, so that other mine,

21721 = Thou wilt restore to be my comfort still:

20841 = But thou wilt not, nor he will not be free,

16893 = For thou art couetous, and he is kinde,

19502 = He learnd but suretie-like to write for me,

17188 = Vnder that bond that him as fast doth binde,

20156 = The statute of thy beauty thou wilt take,

22043 = Thou vsurer that put’st forth all to vse,

13778 = And sue a friend, came debter for my sake,

17345 = So him I loose through my vnkinde abuse.

16608 = Him haue I lost, thou hast both him and me,

15299 = He paies the whole, and yet am I not free.

 

22159 = Who euer hath her wish, thou hast thy Will,
19910 = And Will too boote, and Will in ouer-plus,
18219 = More then enough am I that vexe thee still,
20091 = To thy sweete will making addition thus.
23691 = Wilt thou whose will is large and spatious,
19573 = Not once vouchsafe to hide my will in thine,
20172 = Shall will in others seeme right gracious,
15838 = And in my will no faire acceptance shine:
18916 = The sea all water, yet receiues raine still,
14630 = And in aboundance addeth to his store,
20140 = So thou beeing rich in Will adde to thy Will,
19629 = One will of mine to make thy large Will more.
15707 = Let no vnkinde, no faire beseechers kill,
17210 = Thinke all but one, and me in that one Will.

 

17606 = If thy soule check thee that I come so neere,
23169 = Sweare to thy blind soule that I was thy Will,
21320 = And will thy soule knowes is admitted there,
23916 = Thus farre for loue, my loue-sute sweet fullfill.
21594 = Will, will fulfill the treasure of thy loue,
19700 = I fill it full with wils, and my will one,
22071 = In things of great receit with ease we prooue.
13672 = Among a number one is reckon’d none.
16873 = Then in the number let me passe vntold,
20359 = Though in thy stores account I one must be,
17184 = For nothing hold me, so it please thee hold,
19440 = That nothing me, a some-thing sweet to thee.
18479 = Make but my name thy loue, and loue that still,
19598 = And then thou louest me for my name is Will.

790864

II. Horace‘s Monument and Dark Sword/Lady

(Saga-Shakespeare Construction)

258982

15415 = Exegi monumentum aere perennius
15971 = regalique situ pyramidum altius,

18183 = quod non imber edax, non Aquilo impotens
16667 = possit diruere aut innumerabilis
15808 = annorum series et fuga temporum.
16838 = Non omnis moriar multaque pars mei
17125 = vitabit Libitinam; usque ego postera
15977 = crescam laude recens.  Dum Capitolium
16702 = scandet cum tacita virgine pontifex,
17493 = dicar, qua violens obstrepit Aufidus
17316 = et qua pauper aquae Daunus agrestium
19190 = regnavit populorum, ex humili potens,
14596 = princeps Aeolium carmen ad Italos
15421 = deduxisse modos.  Sume superbiam
15021 = quaesitam meritis et mihi Delphica
15259 = lauro cinge volens, Melpomene¹, comam.*

Creation Myth

 -4000 = Dark Sword/Lady – Man-Beast of Seventh Day

258982

*  I have created a monument more lasting than bronze and loftier than the royal pyramids, a monument which neither the biting rain nor the raging North Wind can destroy, nor can the countless years and the passing of the seasons.  I will not entirely die and a great part of me will avoid Libitina, the goddess of Death; I will grow greater and greater in times to come, kept fresh by praise.  So long as the high priest climbs the stairs of the Capitolium, accompanied by the silent Vestal Virgin, I, now powerful but from humble origins, will be said to be the first to have brought Aeolian song to Latin meter where the raging Aufidius roars and where parched Daunus ruled over the country folk.  Embrace my pride, deservedly earned, Muse, and willingly crown me with Apollo’s laurel.

III. Abomination of Desolation²

Prelude to Crowning Will With Apollo‘s Laurel

And New Breed of Men Sent Down From Heaven

(Contemporary history)

438097

Persecuted

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Means of Persecution

 11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Pontius Pilates

U.S. Government

  12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

IMF

    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

    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

  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.

438097

IV. Man-Beast/Will Crowned With Apollo‘s Laurel

In Virgin‘s Well on Mons Veneris

Consummation Devoutly to be Wished

(Brave New World‘s Creation)

-3

   7 = Man-Beast of Seventh Day/Will

Crowned With Apollo‘s Laurel

Utters Will‘s Dying Voice

(Brennu-Njálssaga – Sonnets)

-10 = Head Speaks Ten

  -3

V. A New Breed of Men Sent Down from Heaven

(Virgil, Fourth Eclogue*)

271148

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.

271148

I + II + III + IV + V = 790864 + 258982 + 438097 – 3 + 271148 = 1759088

VI. Don Quixote Makes his Will and Dies

(Don Quixote, Vol, II.)

1759088

Background

„It is impossible to help but notice now and then that Armado [of Shakespeare’s ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’] is extraordinarily like Don Quixote in his consistent overestimate of himself and in his insistence on imagining himself a superhuman storybook hero. […]
„There is something rather pleasant in the thought that Shakespeare might be borrowing from Miguel de Cervantes, the Spanish author of the Don Quixote saga, since Cervantes was almost an exact contemporary of Shakespeare’s and by all odds one of the few writers, on the basis of Don Quixote alone, worthy of being mentioned in the same breath with Shakespeare.

„There is only one catch, but that is a fatal one. The first part of Don Quixote was published in 1605, a dozen years at least after Love’s Labor’s Lost was written.“ (Isaac Asimov, Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare, Avenel Books, New York, 1978, Vol, I, pp. 431-2.)

„Another curious case of cryptography was presented to the public in 1917 by one of the best of the SHAKESPEARE scholars, Dr. Alfred von Weber Ebenhoff of Vienna.  Employing the same systems previously applied to the works of Bacon, he began to examine the works of Cervantes…. Pursuing the investigation, he discovered overwhelming material evidence: the first English translation of Don Quixote bears corrections in Bacon’s hand.  He concluded that this English version was the original of the novel and that Cervantes had published a Spanish translation of it.“ (J. Duchaussoy, Bacon, Shakespeare ou Saint-Germain?, Paris, La Colombe, 1962, p. 122 – in Umberto Eco’s Foucault’s Pendulum, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, New York, 1989, p. 406.):

With this he closed his will …

 27611 = With this he closed his will, and a faintness coming over him

20949 = he stretched himself out at full length on the bed.

20696 = All were in a flutter and made haste to relieve him,

17463 = and during the three days he lived after that

22342 = on which he made his will he fainted away very often.

15040 = The house was all in confusion;

20167 = but still the niece ate and the housekeeper drank

12398 = and Sancho Panza enjoyed himself;

32419 = for inheriting property wipes out or softens down in the heir

24346 = the feeling of grief the dead man might be expected to leave behind him.

 

28268 = At last Don Quixote´s end came, after he had received all the sacraments,

34228 = and had in full and forcible terms expressed his detestation of books of chivalry.

29542 = The notary was there at the time, and he said that in no book of chivalry

22647 = had he ever read of any knight-errant dying in his bed so calmly

16455 = and so like a Christian as Don Quixote,

32055 = who amid the tears and lamentations of all present yielded up his spirit,

7696 = that is to say died.

27750 = On perceiving it the curate begged the notary to bear witness

29391 = that Alonso Quixano the Good, commonly called Don Quixote de la Mancha,

22750 = had passed away from his present life, and died naturally;

30091 = and said he desired his testimony in order to remove the possibility

26809 = of any other author save Cid Hamet Benengeli bringing him to life again

27497 = falsely and making interminable stories out of his achievements.

23169 = Such was the end of the Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha,

24671 = whose village Cid Hamet would not indicate precisely,

23243 = in order to leave all the towns and villages of La Mancha

24798 = to contend among themselves for the right to adopt him

27775 = and claim him as a son, as the seven cities of Greece contended for Homer.

28591 = The lamentation of Sancho and the niece and housekeeper are omitted here,

17685 = as well as the epitaphs upon his tomb;

22950 = Samson Carrasco, however, put the following:

 

11623 = A doughty gentleman lies here;

11939 = A stranger all his life to fear;

14963 = Not in his death could Death prevail,

16017 = In that lost hour, to make him quail.

 

15296 = He for the world but little cared;

17159 = And at his feats the world was scared;

10863 = A crazy man his life he passed,

12887 = But in his senses died at last.

 

15030 = And said most sage Cid Hamet to his pen:

25477 = “Rest here, hung up by this brass wire, upon this shelf,

27926 = O my pen, whether of skilful make or clumsy cut I know not;

15421 = here shalt thou remain long ages hence,

26534 = unless presumptuous or malignant story-tellers

13437 = take thee down to profane thee.

16626 = But ere they touch thee warn them, and,

13996 = as best thou canst, say to them:

 

15774 = Hold off! Ye weaklings; hold your hands!

9994 = Adventure it let none,

14681 = For this emprise, my lord the king,

9772 = Was meant for me alone.

 

20431 = For me alone was Don Quixote born, and I for him;

31410 = it was his to act; mine to write; we two together make but one,

35538 = notwithstanding and in spite of that pretended Tordesillesque writer

30371 = who has ventured or would venture with his great, coarse,

34627 = ill-trimmed ostrich quill to write the achievements of my valiant knight;

29557 = no burden for his shoulders, nor subject for his frozen wit:

24780 = whom, if perchance thou shouldst come to know him,

23130 = thou shalt warn to leave at rest where they lie

20061 = the weary mouldering bones of Don  Quixote,

15642 = and not to attempt to carry him off,

26493 = in opposition to all the privileges of death, to Old Castile,

27957 = making him rise from his grave where in reality and truth he lies

36720 = stretched at full length, powerless to make any third expedition or new sally;

14435 = for the two that he has already made,

16864 = so much to the enjoyment and approval

20027 = of everybody to whom they have become known,

18913 = in this as well as in foreign countries,

30193 = are quite sufficient for the purpose of turning into ridicule

27940 = the whole of those made by the whole set of the knights-errant;

23655 = and so doing shalt thou discharge thy Christian calling,

24714 = giving good counsel to one that bears ill-will to thee.

24111 = And I shall remain satisfied, and proud to have been the first

34507 = who has ever enjoined the fruit of his writings as fully as he could desire;

19183 = for my desire has been no other than to deliver

15638 = over to the detestation of mankind

21030 = the false and foolish tales of the books of chivalry,

21948 = which, thanks to that of my true Don Quixote,

27765 = are even now tottering, and doubtless doomed to fall forever.

  4541 = Farewell.

1759088

VII. Don Quixote‘s Last Hurrah

(# VI above)

164182

24111 = And I shall remain satisfied, and proud to have been the first

34507 = who has ever enjoined the fruit of his writings as fully as he could desire;

19183 = for my desire has been no other than to deliver

15638 = over to the detestation of mankind

21030 = the false and foolish tales of the books of chivalry,

21948 = which, thanks to that of my true Don Quixote,

27765 = are even now tottering, and doubtless doomed to fall forever.

164182

Author

  7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

Author’s True Don Quixote

(Stratford Holy Trinity Church)

19949 = STAY PASSENGER WHY GOEST THOU BY SO FAST

22679 = READ IF THOU CANST WHOM ENVIOUS DEATH HATH PLAST

24267 = WITH IN THIS MONUMENT SHAKSPEARE: WITH WHOME

20503 = QUICK NATURE DIDE WHOSE NAME DOTH DECK YS TOMBE

20150 = FAR MORE THEN COST: SIEH ALL YT HE HATH WRITT

21760 = LEAVES LIVING ART BUT PAGE TO SERVE HIS WITT

Grieving Academicians

Of Argamasilla

 4859 = Monicongo
4055 = Paniaguado
5492 = Caprichoso
4169 = Burlador
3775 = Cachidiablo
    5524 = Tiquitoc
164182

***

Calculator for converting letters to cipher values is at:

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

¹Melpomene

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muse

Melpomene = Tragedy/Tragic mask, Sword (or any kind of blade).

²Abomination 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.

ADDENDUM

Don Quixote, End of Part I

But the author of this history, though he has devoted research and industry to the discovery of the deeds achieved by Don Quixote in his third sally, has been unable to obtain any information respecting them, at any rate derived from authentic documents; tradition has merely preserved in the memory of La Mancha the fact that Don Quixote, the third time he sallied forth from his home, betook himself to Saragossa, where he was present at some famous jousts which came off in that city, and that he had adventures there worthy of his valour and high intelligence. Of his end and death he could learn no particulars, nor would he have ascertained it or known of it, if good fortune had not produced an old physician for him who had in his possession a leaden box, which, according to his account, had been discovered among the crumbling foundations of an ancient hermitage that was being rebuilt; in which box were found certain parchment manuscripts in Gothic character, but in Castilian verse, containing many of his achievements, and setting forth the beauty of Dulcinea, the form of Rocinante, the fidelity of Sancho Panza, and the burial of Don Quixote himself, together with sundry epitaphs and eulogies on his life and character; but all that could be read and deciphered were those which the trustworthy author of this new and unparalleled history here presents. And the said author asks of those that shall read it nothing in return for the vast toil which it has cost him in examining and searching the Manchegan archives in order to bring it to light, save that they give him the same credit that people of sense give to the books of chivalry that pervade the world and are so popular; for with this he will consider himself amply paid and fully satisfied, and will be encouraged to seek out and produce other histories, if not as truthful, at least equal in invention and not less entertaining. The first words written on the parchment found in the leaden box were these:

THE ACADEMICIANS OF
ARGAMASILLA, A VILLAGE OF
LA MANCHA,
ON THE LIFE AND DEATH
OF DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA,
HOC SCRIPSERUNT
MONICONGO, ACADEMICIAN OF ARGAMASILLA,
ON THE TOMB OF DON QUIXOTE

EPITAPH

The scatterbrain that gave La Mancha more
Rich spoils than Jason’s; who a point so keen
Had to his wit, and happier far had been
If his wit’s weathercock a blunter bore;
The arm renowned far as Gaeta’s shore,
Cathay, and all the lands that lie between;
The muse discreet and terrible in mien
As ever wrote on brass in days of yore;
He who surpassed the Amadises all,
And who as naught the Galaors accounted,
Supported by his love and gallantry:
Who made the Belianises sing small,
And sought renown on Rocinante mounted;
Here, underneath this cold stone, doth he lie.

 

PANIAGUADO,
ACADEMICIAN OF ARGAMASILLA,
IN LAUDEM DULCINEAE DEL TOBOSO

SONNET

She, whose full features may be here descried,
High-bosomed, with a bearing of disdain,
Is Dulcinea, she for whom in vain
The great Don Quixote of La Mancha sighed.
For her, Toboso’s queen, from side to side
He traversed the grim sierra, the champaign
Of Aranjuez, and Montiel’s famous plain:
On Rocinante oft a weary ride.
Malignant planets, cruel destiny,
Pursued them both, the fair Manchegan dame,
And the unconquered star of chivalry.
Nor youth nor beauty saved her from the claim
Of death; he paid love’s bitter penalty,
And left the marble to preserve his name.

 

CAPRICHOSO, A MOST ACUTE ACADEMICIAN
OF ARGAMASILLA, IN PRAISE OF ROCINANTE,
STEED OF DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA

SONNET

On that proud throne of diamantine sheen,
Which the blood-reeking feet of Mars degrade,
The mad Manchegan’s banner now hath been
By him in all its bravery displayed.
There hath he hung his arms and trenchant blade
Wherewith, achieving deeds till now unseen,
He slays, lays low, cleaves, hews; but art hath made
A novel style for our new paladin.
If Amadis be the proud boast of Gaul,
If by his progeny the fame of Greece
Through all the regions of the earth be spread,
Great Quixote crowned in grim Bellona’s hall
To-day exalts La Mancha over these,
And above Greece or Gaul she holds her head.
Nor ends his glory here, for his good steed
Doth Brillador and Bayard far exceed;
As mettled steeds compared with Rocinante,
The reputation they have won is scanty.

 

BURLADOR, ACADEMICIAN OF ARGAMASILLA,
ON SANCHO PANZA

SONNET

The worthy Sancho Panza here you see;
A great soul once was in that body small,
Nor was there squire upon this earthly ball
So plain and simple, or of guile so free.
Within an ace of being Count was he,
And would have been but for the spite and gall
Of this vile age, mean and illiberal,
That cannot even let a donkey be.
For mounted on an ass (excuse the word),
By Rocinante’s side this gentle squire
Was wont his wandering master to attend.
Delusive hopes that lure the common herd
With promises of ease, the heart’s desire,
In shadows, dreams, and smoke ye always end.
CACHIDIABLO,
ACADEMICIAN OF ARGAMASILLA,
ON THE TOMB OF DON QUIXOTE
EPITAPH

The knight lies here below,
Ill-errant and bruised sore,
Whom Rocinante bore
In his wanderings to and fro.
By the side of the knight is laid
Stolid man Sancho too,
Than whom a squire more true
Was not in the esquire trade.

 

TIQUITOC,
ACADEMICIAN OF ARGAMASILLA,
ON THE TOMB OF DULCINEA DEL TOBOSO

EPITAPH
Here Dulcinea lies.
Plump was she and robust:
Now she is ashes and dust:
The end of all flesh that dies.
A lady of high degree,
With the port of a lofty dame,
And the great Don Quixote’s flame,
And the pride of her village was she.

These were all the verses that could be deciphered; the rest, the writing being worm-eaten, were handed over to one of the Academicians to make out their meaning conjecturally. We have been informed that at the cost of many sleepless nights and much toil he has succeeded, and that he means to publish them in hopes of Don Quixote’s third sally.

„Forse altro cantera con miglior plettro.“ (Perhaps another will sing with a better voice.)

END OF PART I.

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Don Quixote – The Devil´s Last Fling

© Gunnar Tómasson

5 June 2017

I. The Ingenious Nobleman Mister Quixote of La Mancha

(Saga-Shakespeare Myth)

745680

The Mask

  17616 = EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QVIXOTE DE LA MANCHA

Man Behind the Mask

(Matt. 16:21-23. KJB, 1611)

                16:21

29661 = From that time foorth began Iesus to shew vnto his disciples,

18499 = how that he must goe vnto Hierusalem,

26389 = and suffer many things of the Elders and chiefe Priests & Scribes,

14138 = and be killed, and be raised againe the third day.

16:22

19850 = Then Peter tooke him, and began to rebuke him, saying,

22014 = Be it farre from thee Lord: This shal not be vnto thee.

16:23

14777 = But he turned, and said vnto Peter,

20644 = Get thee behind mee, Satan, thou art an offence vnto me:

23056 = for thou sauourest not the things that be of God,

9994 = but those that be of men.

The Cosmic Dimension

Jesus and The Devil

(Matt. 4:1-11. KJB, 1611)

                4:1

28613 = Then was Iesus led vp of the Spirit into the Wildernesse,

11214 = to bee tempted of the deuill.

4:2

20530 = And when hee had fasted forty dayes and forty nights,

13181 = hee was afterward an hungred.

4:3

16482 = And when the tempter came to him, hee said,

10566 = If thou be the Sonne of God,

15281 = command that these stones bee made bread.

4:4

18472 = But he answered, and said, It is written,

11833 = Man shall not liue by bread alone,

26509 = but by euery Word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

4:5

20924 = Then the deuill taketh him vp into the holy Citie,

16520 = and setteth him on a pinacle of the Temple,

4:6

8004 = And saith vnto him,

20580 = If thou bee the Sonne of God, cast thy selfe downe:

28489 = For it is written, He shall giue his Angels charge concerning thee,

15292 = & in their handes they shall beare thee vp,

22323 = lest at any time thou dash thy foote against a stone.

4:7

19606 = Iesus said vnto him, It is written againe,

17802 = Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God.

4:8

25356 = Againe the Deuill taketh him vp into an exceeding high mountaine,

20642 = and sheweth him all the kingdomes of the world

8143 = and the glory of them:

4:9

22688 = And saith vnto him, All these things will I give thee

19710 = if thou wilt fall downe and worship me.

4:10

12627 = Then saith Iesus vnto him,

17837 = Get thee hence, Satan: for it is written,

18110 = Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God,

13398 = and him onely shalt thou serue.

4:11

11082 = Then the deuill leaveth him,

17228 = and behold, Angels came and ministred vnto him.

745680

INSERT

Francisco Goya – Los Caprichos

Background

© http://a-r-t.com/goya/

Los Caprichos, a set of eighty etchings by Spanish artist Francisco de Goya y Lucientes published in 1799, is one of the most influential series of graphic images in the history of Western art. …

Enigmatic and controversial, Los Caprichos was created in a time of social repression and economic crisis in Spain. Influenced by Enlightenment thinking, Goya set out to analyze the human condition and denounce social abuses and superstitions. Los Caprichos was his passionate declaration that the chains of social backwardness had to be broken if humanity was to advance. The series attests to the artist‘s political liberalism and to his revulsion at ignorance and intellectual oppression, mirroring his ambivalence toward authority and the church.

Los Caprichos deals with such themes as the Spanish Inquisition, the corruption of the church and the nobility, witchcraft, child rearing, avarice, and the frivolity of young women. Its subhuman cast includes goblins, monks, aristocrats, procuresses, prostitutes, and animals acting like human fools; these personages populate a world on the margins of reason, where no clear boundaries distinguish reality from fantasy.

“Capricho” can be translated as a “whim,” a “fantasy or an expression of imagination.” In Goya’s use of the term for this series of prints, however, the meaning has deepened, binding an ironical cover of humor over one of the most profound indictments of human vice ever set on paper.

END OF INSERT

 II. Los Caprichos – The Devil´s Reign in Creation

(Anonymous Cosmic Author)

583353

14017 = 1 Fran co Goya y Lucientes, Pintor.

21442 = 2 El si pronuncian y la mano alargan Al primero que llega.

7296 = 3 Que viene el Coco.

5553 = 4 El de la rollona.

5446 = 5 Tal para qual.

5659 = 6 Nadie se conoce.

7930 = 7 Ni asi la distingue.

7956 = 8 Que se la llevaron.

3725 = 9 Tantalo.

7521 = 10 El amor y la muerte.

7454 = 11 Muchachos al avio.

5709 = 12 A caza de dientes.

6984 = 13 Estan calientes.

6855 = 14 Que sacrificio.

7691 = 15 Bellos consejos.

11478 = 16 Dios la perdone. Y era su madre.

5998 = 17 Bien tirada esta.

6911 = 18 Ysele quema la Casa.

5577 = 19 Todos Caeran.

7970 = 20 Ya van desplumados.

7184 = 21 Qual la descanonan.

5274 = 22 Pobrecitas.

8103 = 23 Aquellos polbos.

6459 = 24 Nohubo remedio.

9165 = 25 Si quebro el Cantaro.

7214 = 26 Ya tienen asiento.

7605  = 27 Quien mas rendido.

3402 = 28 Chiton.

8880 = 29 Esto si que es leer.

10247 = 30 Porque esconderlos.

5869 = 31 Ruega por ella.

9435 = 32 Por que fue sensible.

6618 = 33 Al Conde Palatino.

7775 = 34 Las rinde el Sueno.

4474 = 35 Le descanona.

3474 = 36 Mala noche.

10759 = 37 Si sabra mas el discipulo.

4074 = 38 Brabisimo.

6340 = 39 Asta su abuelo.

6861 = 40 De que mal morira.

6394 = 41 Ni mas ni menos.

8257 = 42 Tu que no puedes.

19212 = 43 El sueno de la razón produce monstruos.

4187 = 44 Hilan delgado

9148 = 45 Mucho hay que chupar.

5082 = 46 Correcion.

9652 = 47 Obsequio a el maestro.

5096 = 48 Soplones.

5777 = 49 Duendecitos       .

7106 = 50 Los Chinchillas.

5106 = 51 Se repulen.

10779 = 52 Lo que puede un Sastre.

6758 = 53 Que pico de Oro.

7594 = 54 El Vergonzoso.

6609 = 55 Hasta la muerte.

5140 = 56 Subir y bajar.

4392 = 57 La filiacion.

6005 = 58 Tragala perro.

5960 = 59 Y aun no se van.

3747 = 60 Ensayos.

6625 = 61 Volaverunt.

7150 = 62 Quien lo creyera.

6991 = 63 Miren que grabes.

3862 = 64 Buen Viage.

4159 = 65 Donde va mama.

3960 = 66 Alla va eso.

8875 = 67 Aguarda que te unten.

5352 = 68 Linda maestra.

2816 = 69 Sopla.

8285 = 70 Devota profesion.

8728 = 71 Si amanece, nos Vamos.

6572 = 72 No te escaparas.

6559 = 73 Mejor es holgar.

7995 = 74 No grites, tonta.

9742 = 75 No hay quien nos desate.

16473 = 76 Està Um..pues, Como digo..eh! Cuidado! Si no…

7107 = 77 Unos à otros       .

10218 = 78 Despacha, que dispiertan.

7947 = 79 Nadie nos ha visto.

3552 = 80 Ya es hora.

583353

III. Abomination of Desolation – The Devil´s Last Fling

(Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland = 30125

PERSECUTED

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Means of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Pontius Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

IMF

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

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

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

I + II + III = 745680 + 583353 + 468222 = 1797255

IV + V = 1752296 + 44959 = 1797255

INSERT

„It is impossible to help but notice now and then that Armado [of Shakespeare’s ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’] is extraordinarily like Don Quixote in his consistent overestimate of himself and in his insistence on imagining himself a superhuman storybook hero. […]

„There is something rather pleasant in the thought that Shakespeare might be borrowing from Miguel de Cervantes, the Spanish author of the Don Quixote saga, since Cervantes was almost an exact contemporary of Shakespeare’s and by all odds one of the few writers, on the basis of Don Quixote alone, worthy of being mentioned in the same breath with Shakespeare.

„There is only one catch, but that is a fatal one. The first part of Don Quixote was published in 1605, a dozen years at least after Love’s Labor’s Lost was written.“ (Isaac Asimov, Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare, Avenel Books, New York, 1978, Vol, I, pp. 431-2.)

„Another curious case of cryptography was presented to the public in 1917 by one of the best of the SHAKESPEARE scholars, Dr. Alfred von Weber Ebenhoff of Vienna.  Employing the same systems previously applied to the works of Bacon, he began to examine the works of Cervantes…. Pursuing the investigation, he discovered overwhelming material evidence: the first English translation of Don Quixote bears corrections in Bacon’s hand.  He concluded that this English version was the original of the novel and that Cervantes had published a Spanish translation of it.“ (J. Duchaussoy, Bacon, Shakespeare ou Saint-Germain?, Paris, La Colombe, 1962, p. 122 – in Umberto Eco’s Foucault’s Pendulum, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, New York, 1989, p. 406.)

END OF INSERT

IV. Ya es hora! – It´s time! – End of Fling!

(Shakespeare Myth)

1752296

    100 = The End

-6892 = Los Caprichos

Don Quixote Makes his Will and Dies

(Don Quixote, Vol, II.)

27611 = With this he closed his will, and a faintness coming over him

20949 = he stretched himself out at full length on the bed.

20696 = All were in a flutter and made haste to relieve him,

17463 = and during the three days he lived after that

22342 = on which he made his will he fainted away very often.

15040 = The house was all in confusion;

20167 = but still the niece ate and the housekeeper drank

12398 = and Sancho Panza enjoyed himself;

32419 = for inheriting property wipes out or softens down in the heir

24346 = the feeling of grief the dead man might be expected to leave behind him.

 

28268 = At last Don Quixote´s end came, after he had received all the sacraments,

34228 = and had in full and forcible terms expressed his detestation of books of chivalry.

29542 = The notary was there at the time, and he said that in no book of chivalry

22647 = had he ever read of any knight-errant dying in his bed so calmly

16455 = and so like a Christian as Don Quixote,

32055 = who amid the tears and lamentations of all present yielded up his spirit,

7696 = that is to say died.

27750 = On perceiving it the curate begged the notary to bear witness

29391 = that Alonso Quixano the Good, commonly called Don Quixote de la Mancha,

22750 = had passed away from his present life, and died naturally;

30091 = and said he desired his testimony in order to remove the possibility

26809 = of any other author save Cid Hamet Benengeli bringing him to life again

27497 = falsely and making interminable stories out of his achievements.

23169 = Such was the end of the Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha,

24671 = whose village Cid Hamet would not indicate precisely,

23243 = in order to leave all the towns and villages of La Mancha

24798 = to contend among themselves for the right to adopt him

27775 = and claim him as a son, as the seven cities of Greece contended for Homer.

28591 = The lamentation of Sancho and the niece and housekeeper are omitted here,

17685 = as well as the epitaphs upon his tomb;

22950 = Samson Carrasco, however, put the following:

 

11623 = A doughty gentleman lies here;

11939 = A stranger all his life to fear;

14963 = Not in his death could Death prevail,

16017 = In that lost hour, to make him quail.

 

15296 = He for the world but little cared;

17159 = And at his feats the world was scared;

10863 = A crazy man his life he passed,

12887 = But in his senses died at last.

 

15030 = And said most sage Cid Hamet to his pen:

25477 = “Rest here, hung up by this brass wire, upon this shelf,

27926 = O my pen, whether of skilful make or clumsy cut I know not;

15421 = here shalt thou remain long ages hence,

26534 = unless presumptuous or malignant story-tellers

13437 = take thee down to profane thee.

16626 = But ere they touch thee warn them, and,

13996 = as best thou canst, say to them:

 

15774 = Hold off! Ye weaklings; hold your hands!

9994 = Adventure it let none,

14681 = For this emprise, my lord the king,

9772 = Was meant for me alone.

 

20431 = For me alone was Don Quixote born, and I for him;

31410 = it was his to act; mine to write; we two together make but one,

35538 = notwithstanding and in spite of that pretended Tordesillesque writer

30371 = who has ventured or would venture with his great, coarse,

34627 = ill-trimmed ostrich quill to write the achievements of my valiant knight;

29557 = no burden for his shoulders, nor subject for his frozen wit:

24780 = whom, if perchance thou shouldst come to know him,

23130 = thou shalt warn to leave at rest where they lie

20061 = the weary mouldering bones of Don  Quixote,

15642 = and not to attempt to carry him off,

26493 = in opposition to all the privileges of death, to Old Castile,

27957 = making him rise from his grave where in reality and truth he lies

36720 = stretched at full length, powerless to make any third expedition or new sally;

14435 = for the two that he has already made,

16864 = so much to the enjoyment and approval

20027 = of everybody to whom they have become known,

18913 = in this as well as in foreign countries,

30193 = are quite sufficient for the purpose of turning into ridicule

27940 = the whole of those made by the whole set of the knights-errant;

23655 = and so doing shalt thou discharge thy Christian calling,

24714 = giving good counsel to one that bears ill-will to thee.

24111 = And I shall remain satisfied, and proud to have been the first

34507 = who has ever enjoined the fruit of his writings as fully as he could desire;

19183 = for my desire has been no other than to deliver

15638 = over to the detestation of mankind

21030 = the false and foolish tales of the books of chivalry,

21948 = which, thanks to that of my true Don Quixote,

27765 = are even now tottering, and doubtless doomed to fall forever.

  4541 = Farewell.

1752296

V. And there I – EK or EGO – end Saga of Burnt Njáll.

(Brennu-Njálssaga)

44959

Alpha

  6257 = Mörðr hét maðr. – Man was named Mörðr.

12685 = Höfðingjaskipti varð í Nóregi. – There was a change of chieftains in Norway.

Omega

11274 = Fara menn við þat heim af þingi. – Then people go home from Althing.

13530 = Ok lýk ek þar Brennu-Njálssögu. – And there I conclude saga of Burnt Njáll.

Author: EK in Creation…

Et In Arcadia…

  1213 = EGO

44959

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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 possibly “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.

ADDENDUM

I. Francis Carr

http://www.sirbacon.org/links/carrq.html

If Don Quixote was not written by Miguel de Cervantes, who was the real author?

There is no evidence that it came from the pen of any of Cervantes’ contemporaries in Spain. None of his private letters have come down to us; there is no evidence that another Spanish author is involved.

It is in Don Quixote, in the work itself, that we may find an answer to the question of authorship. If someone wrote this novel using the name of Cervantes, it is possible that some clues have been deliberately placed in the text.

The author, whoever he was, speaks to us, his readers, in his Preface. In the very first page he takes the trouble to point out that there is some problem of authorship, or fatherhood. Of course, this may be merely a device, a pose but it may not be.

Though in shew a Father, yet in truth but a stepfather to Don Quixote.

If this were the only reference to another man as the author, the real father, this mention of stepfatherhood could be ignored. But another name is mentioned over and over again. In Chapter 1 of Book 2 of the First Part in Shelton’s translation(Chapter 9 of the modern Penguin translation by J. M. Cohen, P77) we read:

The historie of Don Quixote of the Mancha, written by Cyd Hamet Benengeli, an Arabicall Historiographer.

Whenever this name is mentioned in Don Quixote , we are told that this man is the real author. No-one has discovered any Arab by this name, so it has been assumed that this is another device, another odd joke, by Cervantes, to distance himself , for some unstated reason, from the story of Quixote. Again this may be a device , but once again perhaps we are offered another clue. If the same name, the same clue, is repeated thirty-three times, we are perhaps being invited t examine it more closely.

 II. CID HAMET BENENGELI

6433

As above

1499 = Guð – Icelandic for God

1213 = EGO – In Arcadia

So below

3045 = LOGOS

-1 = Hidden Monad

  677 = EK – Icelandic for EGO

6433

The term, As above, so below was recorded in the Hermetic texts from The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus, which states: That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above, and that which is Above corresponds to that which is Below, to accomplish the miracle of the One Thing. gnosticwarrior.com/as-above-so-below.html

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Whom doe Men say, that I, the Sonne of Man, am?

© Gunnar Tómasson

The Day of Pentecost

4 June 2017

I. Thou art Christ the Sonne of the liuing God

(Matt. 16:13-28, King James Bible, 1611)

863827

            16:13

23675 = When Iesus came into the coasts of Cesarea Philippi,

11616 = he asked his disciples, saying,

17235 = Whom doe men say, that I, the sonne of man, am?

16:14

22774 = And they said, Some say that thou art Iohn the Baptist,

23541 = some Elias, and others Ieremias, or one of  the Prophets.

16:15

19313 = He saith vnto them, But whom say ye that I am?

16:16

14266 = And Simon Peter answered, and said,

19943 = Thou art Christ the sonne of the liuing God.

16:17

16129 = And Iesus answered, and said vnto him,

13647 = Blessed art thou Simon Bar Iona:

20799 = for flesh and blood hath not reueiled it vnto thee,

13923 = but my Father which is in heauen.

16:18

19578 = And I say also vnto thee, that thou art Peter,

19317 = and vpon this rocke I will build my Church:

20444 = and the gates of hell shall not preuaile against it.

16:19

11406 = And I will giue vnto thee

13016 = the keyes of the kingdome of heauen:

18584 = and whatsoeuer thou shalt bind on earth,

8633 = shall be bound in heauen:

19330 = whatsoeuer thou shalt loose on earth,

9287 = shall be loosed in heauen.

16:20

11853 = Then charged hee his disciples

26502 = that they should tel no man that he was Iesus the Christ.

16:21

29661 = From that time foorth began Iesus to shew vnto his disciples,

18499 = how that he must goe vnto Hierusalem,

26389 = and suffer many things of the Elders and chiefe Priests & Scribes,

14138 = and be killed, and be raised againe the third day.

16:22

19850 = Then Peter tooke him, and began to rebuke him, saying,

22014 = Be it farre from thee Lord: This shal not be vnto thee.

16:23

14777 = But he turned, and said vnto Peter,

20644 = Get thee behind mee, Satan, thou art an offence vnto me:

23056 = for thou sauourest not the things that be of God,

9994 = but those that be of men.

Get thee behind mee, Satan

 -3781 = The Pope

16:24

16638 = Then said Iesus vnto his disciples,

19428 = If any man will come after me, let him denie himselfe,

15967 = and take vp his crosse, and follow me.

16:25

23087 = For whosoeuer will saue his life, shall lose it:

26153 = and whosoeuer will lose his life for my sake, shall finde it.

16:26

26176 = For what is a man profited, if hee shal gaine the whole world,

11444 = and lose his owne soule?

21248 = Or what shall a man giue in exchange for his soule?

16:27

23180 = For the sonne of man shall come in the glory of his father,

7914 = with his Angels:

25821 = and then he shall reward euery man according to his works.

16:28

21013 = Verely I say vnto you, There be some standing here,

13842 = which shall not taste of death,

21864 = till they see the Sonne of man comming in his Kingdome.

863827

INSERT

The Kingdome of God

(Luke 17:20-21, KJB 1611)

114285

16822 = And when hee was demanded of the Pharises,

15665 = when the kingdome of God should come,

10325 = hee answered them and said,

22377 = The kingdome of God cometh not with observation:

17763 = Neither shall they say, Loe here, or loe there:

18951 = for, behold, the kingdome of God is within you.

Man Scarcely Half-Made

5753 = Hrímþurs – Rime-Giant (Edda Myth)

6529 = The Gates of Hell

      100 = The End

114285

Francis Bacon´s Prophecy – When Christ Commeth

(Of Truth, 1625, Omega)

19395 = Surely the Wickednesse of Falshood, and Breach

20429 = of Faith, cannot possibly be so highly expressed,

13942 = as in that it shall be the last Peale,

12105 = to call the Judgements of God,

12389 = vpon the Generations of Men,

20293 = It being foretold, that when Christ commeth,

  15732 = He shall not finde faith vpon the earth.

114285

END OF INSERT

II. Abomination of Desolation

(Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland = 30125

Persecuted

 8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Means of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Pontius Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

IMF

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

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

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

III. The Sonne of Man Coming in His Kingdome

(Dante’s Commedia)

6584

Sonne of Man’s Virgin Kingdome

13584 = Vergine Madre, figlia del tuo figlio.²

Sonne of Man Dies

Standing

 -7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

  6584

I + II + III = 863827 + 468222 + 6584 = 1338633

 IV. Lady Macbeth’s Sleep-walking Scene

(Macbeth, Act V, Sc. I – First Folio)

1338633

 23553 = Enter a Doctor of Physicke, and a Wayting Gentlewoman

Doctor

17408 = I haue too Nights watch’d with you,

20296 = but can perceiue no truth in your report.

14559 = When was it shee last walk’d?

Gent.

17165 = Since his Maiesty went into the Field,

12297 = I haue seene her rise from her bed,

17142 = throw her Night-Gown vppon her,

20925 = vnlocke her Closset, take foorth paper, folde it,

20294 = write vpon’t, read it, afterwards Seale it,

9251 = and againe returne to bed;

17740 = yet all this while in a most fast sleepe.

Doctor

14191 = A great perturbation in Nature,

15598 = to receyue at once the benefit of sleep,

12556 = and do the effects of watching.

12263 = In this slumbry agitation,

22287 = besides her walking, and other actuall performances,

15653 = what (at any time) haue you heard her say?

Gent.

21760 = That Sir, which I will not report after her.

Doctor

19124 = You may to me, and ’tis most meet you should.

Gent.

11761 = Neither to you, nor any one,

19398 = hauing no witnesse to confirme my speech.

10419 = Enter Lady with a Taper.

19966 = Lo you, heere she comes: This is her very guise,

11154 = and vpon my life fast asleepe:

10746 = obserue her, stand close.

Doctor

11115 = How came she by that light?

Gent.

9377 = Why it stood by her:

20143 = she ha’s light by her continually, ’tis her command.

Doctor

9850 = You see her eyes are open.

Gent.

12269 = I but their sense are shut.

Doctor

12347 = What is it she do’s now?

13625 = Looke how she rubbes her hands.

Gent.

16623 = It is an accustom’d action with her,

14975 = to seeme thus washing her hands:

25514 = I haue knowne her continue in this a quarter of an houre.

Lady

7588 = Yet heere’s a spot.

Doctor

6672 = Heark, she speaks,

19161 = I will set downe what comes from her,

20219 = to satisfie my remembrance the more strongly.

Lady

11907 = Out damned spot: out I say.

18146 = One: Two: Why then ’tis time to doo’t:

6119 = Hell is murky.

12691 = Fye, my Lord, fie, a Souldier, and affear’d?

17263 = what need we feare? who knowes it,

19800 = when none can call our powre to accompt:

14904 = yet who would haue thought

16585 = the olde man to haue had so much blood in him.

Doctor

7327 = Do you marke that?

Lady

18946 = The Thane of Fife, had a wife: where is she now?

15632 = What will these hands ne’re be cleane?

16047 = No more o’that my Lord, no more o’that:

16797 = you marre all with this starting.

Doctor

25555 = Go too, go too: You haue knowne what you should not.

Gent.

23695 = She ha’s spoke what shee should not, I am sure of that:

17611 = Heauen knowes what she ha’s knowne.

Lady

14867 = Heere’s the smell of the blood still:

27589 = all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.

3108 = Oh, oh, oh.

Doctor

20106 = What a sigh is there?  The hart is sorely charg’d.

Gent.

18666 = I would not haue such a heart in my bosome,

14174 = for the dignity of the whole body.

Doctor

9402 = Well, well, well.

Gent.

7046 = Pray God it be sir.

Doctor

14600 = This disease is beyond my practise:

26386 = yet I haue knowne those which haue walkt in their sleep,

13789 = who haue dyed holily in their beds.

Lady

28871 = Wash your hands, put on your Night-Gowne, looke not so pale:

14684 = I tell you yet againe Banquo’s buried;

12779 = he cannot come out on’s graue.

Doctor

3530 = Euen so?

Lady

15743 = To bed, to bed: there’s knocking at the gate:

14311 = Come, come, come, come, giue me your hand:

12635 = What’s done, cannot be vndone.

10277 = To bed, to bed, to bed.                  Exit Lady.

Doctor

11095 = Will she go now to bed?

Gent.

4000 = Directly.

Doctor

20766 = Foule whisp’rings are abroad: vnnaturall deeds

19751 = Do breed vnnaturall troubles: infected mindes

25556 = To their deafe pillowes will discharge their Secrets:

18663 = More needs she the Diuine, then the Physitian:

15295 = God, God forgiue vs all.  Looke after her,

16865 = Remoue from her the meanes of all annoyance,

18042 = And still keepe eyes vpon her: So goodnight,

14578 = My minde she ha’s mated, and amaz’d my sight.

11439 = I thinke, but dare not speake.

Gent.

14011 = Good night good Doctor.  Exeunt.

1338633

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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.

²Virgin Mother, Daughter of your Son.

As here construed, this is Dante´s poetic expression in Commedia, First line of Paradiso, Canto XXXIII, of the message of Luke 17:20-21:

The Kingdom of God is within you.

 

 

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Dráp Baldurs og Snorra – Murder of Hamlet´s Father

© Gunnar Tómasson

3. júní 2017

I. Dráp Baldurs – Mest Óhapp Með Goðum

(Gylfaginning, 49. kafli)

807003

  6961 = Þá mælti Gangleri:

18192 = „Hafa nökkur meiri tíðendi orðit með ásunum?

20072 = Allmikit þrekvirki vann Þórr í þessi ferð.”

 

5724 = Hárr svarar:

14457 = „Vera mun at segja frá þeim tíðendum,

13891 = er meira þótti vert ásunum.

12935 = En þat er upphaf þeirar sögu,

14528 = at Baldr inn góða dreymði drauma stóra

10831 = ok hættliga um líf sitt.

12680 = En er hann sagði ásunum draumana,

10514 = þá báru þeir saman ráð sín,

22384 = ok var þat gert, at beiða Baldri grið fyrir alls konar háska,

21707 = ok Frigg tók svardaga til þess, at eira skyldu Baldri

22489 = eldr ok vatn, járn ok alls konar málmr, steinar, jörðin,

26485 = viðirnir, sóttirnar, dýrin, fuglarnir, eitrit, ormarnir.

13458 = En er þetta var gert ok vitat,

15853 = þá var þat skemmtun Baldrs ok ásanna,

14387 = at hann skyldi standa upp á þingum,

17656 = en allir aðrir skyldu sumir skjóta á hann,

17068 = sumir höggva til, sumir berja grjóti,

15199 = en hvat sem at var gert, sakaði hann ekki,

16187 = ok þótti þetta öllum mikill frami.

 

13831 = En er þetta sá Loki Laufeyjarson,

14179 = þá líkaði honum illa, er Baldr sakaði ekki.

22610 = Hann gekk til Fensalar til Friggjar ok brá sér í konu líki.

14523 = Þá spyrr Frigg, ef sú kona vissi,

14332 = hvat æsir höfðust at á þinginu.

23501 = Hon sagði, at allir skutu at Baldri ok þat, at hann sakaði ekki.

5872 = Þá mælti Frigg:

14307 = „Eigi munu vápn eða viðir granda Baldri.

11401 = Eiða hefi ek þegit af öllum þeim.”

6962 = Þá spyrr konan:

16225 = „Hafa allir hlutir eiða unnit, at eira Baldri?”

6810 = Þá svarar Frigg:

21273 = „Vex viðarteinungr einn fyrir vestan Valhöll.

11096 = Sá er mistilteinn kallaðr.

16019 = Sá þótti mér ungr at krefja eiðsins.”

12765 = Því næst hvarf konan á braut,

24677 = en Loki tók mistiltein ok sleit upp ok gekk til þings.

 

16855 = En Höðr stóð útarliga í mannhringinum,

9383 = því at hann var blindr.

8915 = Þá mælti Loki við hann:

11847 = „Hví skýtr þú ekki at Baldri?”

5220 = Hann svarar:

11504 = „Því, at ek sé eigi, hvar Baldr er,

13270 = ok þat annat, at ek em vápnlauss.”

5729 = Þá mælti Loki:

12078 = „Gerðu þó í líking annarra manna

13701 = ok veit Baldri sæmð sem aðrir menn.

16372 = Ek mun vísa þér til, hvar hann stendr.

14275 = Skjót at honum vendi þessum.”

 

25855 = Höðr tók mistiltein ok skaut at Baldri at tilvísun Loka.

22314 = Flaug skotit í gegnum Baldr, ok fell hann dauðr til jarðar,

  25644 = ok hefir þat mest óhapp verit unnit með goðum ok mönnum.

807003

II. Dráp Snorra – Mest Óhapp með Mönnum

(Íslendingasaga, 151. kafli)

872813

24923 = Þeir Kolbeinn ungi ok Gizurr fundust í þann tíma á Kili

16169 = ok gerðu ráð sín, þau er síðan kómu fram.

17253 = Þetta sumar var veginn Kolr inn auðgi.

12973 = Árni, er beiskr var kallaðr, vá hann.

22206 = Síðan hljóp hann til Gizurar, ok tók hann við honum.

22202 = Þá er Gizurr kom af Kili, stefndi hann mönnum at sér.

18989 = Váru þar fyrir þeir bræðr, Klængr ok Ormr,

14052 = Loftr byskupsson, Árni óreiða.

11988 = Helt hann þá upp bréfum þeim,

16109 = er þeir Eyvindr ok Árni höfðu út haft.

20569 = Var þar á, að Gizurr skyldi Snorra láta utan fara,

17397 = hvárt er honum þætti ljúft eða leitt,

16385 = eða drepa hann at öðrum kosti fyrir þat,

15013 = er hann hafði farit út í banni konungs.

20247 = Kallaði Hákon konungr Snorra landráðamann við sik.

25991 = Sagði Gizurr, at hann vildi með engu móti brjóta bréf konungs,

23272 = en kvaðst vita, at Snorri myndi eigi ónauðigr utan fara.

21724 = Kveðst Gizurr þá vildu til fara ok taka Snorra.

15578 = Ormr vildi ekki vera í þessi ráðagerð,

11324 = ok reið hann heim á Breiðabólstað.

10444 = Gizurr dró þá lið saman

21132 = ok sendi þá bræðr vestr til Borgarfjarðar á njósn,

8421 = Árna beisk ok Svart.

18469 = En Gizurr reið frá liðinu með sjau tigi manna,

28447 = en Loft byskupsson lét hann vera fyrir því liðinu, er síðar fór.

20530 = Klængr reið á Kjalarnes eftir liði ok svá upp í herað.

 

29224 = Gizurr kom í Reykjaholt um nóttina eftir Mauritíusmessu.

20587 = Brutu þeir upp skemmuna, er Snorri svaf í.

23045 = En hann hljóp upp ok ór skemmunni í in litlu húsin,

9688 = er váru við skemmuna.

19023 = Fann hann þar Arnbjörn prest ok talaði við hann.

17663 = Réðu þeir þat, at Snorri gekk í kjallarann,

17668 = er var undir loftinu þar í húsunum.

21242 = Þeir Gizurr fóru at leita Snorra um húsin.

28547 = Þá fann Gizurr Arnbjörn prest ok spurði, hvar Snorri væri.

8875 = Hann kvaðst eigi vita.

22694 = Gizurr kvað þá eigi sættast mega, ef þeir fyndist eigi.

15638 = Prestr kvað vera mega, at hann fyndist,

12692 = ef honum væri griðum heitit.

22884 = Eftir þat urðu þeir varir við, hvar Snorri var.

25600 = Ok gengu þeir í kjallarann Markús Marðarson, Símon knútr,

26492 = Árni beiskr, Þorsteinn Guðinason, Þórarinn Ásgrímsson.

13048 = Símon knútr bað Árna höggva hann.

12169 = „Eigi skal höggva,” sagði Snorri.

8594 = „Högg þú,” sagði Símon.

12169 = „Eigi skal höggva,” sagði Snorri.

16079 = Eftir þat veitti Árni honum banasár,

17385 = ok báðir þeir Þorsteinn unnu á honum.

872813    

I + II = 807003 + 872813 = 1679816

III + IV = 1658168 + 21648 = 1679816

VI + VII + VIII = 468222 + 228295 + 983299 = 1679816

 

III. The Murder of Hamlet’s Father

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

1658168

 9462 = Enter Ghost and Hamlet.

Hamlet

22112 = Where wilt thou lead me?  Speak; Ile go no further.

Ghost

2883 = Marke me.

Hamlet

3756 = I will.

Ghost

11748 = My hower is almost come,

22142 = When I to sulphurous and tormenting Flames

10942 = Must render up my selfe.

Hamlet

7778 = Alas poore Ghost.

Ghost

19231 = Pitty me not, but lend thy serious hearing

10823 = To what I shall unfold.

Hamlet

9425 = Speake, I am bound to heare.

Ghost

21689 = So art thou to revenge, when thou shalt heare.

Hamlet

3270 = What?

Ghost

10539 = I am thy Fathers Spirit,

19489 = Doom’d for a certaine terme to walke the night;

15474 = And for the day confin’d to fast in Fiers,

19868 = Till the foule crimes done in my dayes of Nature

10839 = Are burnt and purg’d away?

7855 = But that I am forbid

18785 = To tell the secrets of my Prison-House,

20467 = I could a Tale unfold, whose lightest word

25179 = Would harrow up thy soule, freeze thy young blood,

27383 = Make thy two eyes like Starres, start from their Spheres,

16795 = Thy knotty and combined locks to part,

15570 = And each particular haire to stand an end,

20558 = Like Quilles upon the fretfull Porpentine:

17082 = But this eternall hows must not be

19562 = To eares of flesh and bloud; list Hamlet, oh list,

16884 = If thou didst ever thy deare Father love.

Hamlet

3459 = Oh Heaven!

Ghost

22153 = Revenge his foule and most unnaturall Murther.

Hamlet

4660 = Murther?

Ghost

18629 = Murther most foule, as in the best it is;

20891 = But this most foule, strange, and unnaturall.

Hamlet

11813 = Hast, hast me to know it,

15426 = That with wings as swift

17684 = As  meditation, or the thoughts of Love,

11099 = May sweepe to my Revenge.

Ghost

5591 = I finde thee apt;

20490 = And duller should’st thou be then the fat weede

18672 = That rots it selfe in ease, on Lethe Wharfe,

18843 = Would’st thou not stirre in this.

  7499 = Now Hamlet heare:

19608 = It’s given out, that sleeping in mine Orchard,

21032 = A Serpent stung me: so the whole eare of Denmarke,

13077 = Is by a forged processe of my death

18982 = Rankly abus’d:  But know thou Noble youth,

18951 = The Serpent that did sting thy Fathers life,

13593 = Now weares his Crowne.

Hamlet

15252 = O my Propheticke soule: mine Uncle?

Ghost

19142 = I that incestuous, that adulterate Beast

29730 = With witchcraft of his wits, hath Traitorous guifts.

21415 = Oh wicked Wit, and Gifts, that have the power

22656 = So to seduce?  Won to to this shamefull Lust

22351 = The will of my most seeming howsch Queene.

17021 = Oh Hamlet, what a falling oft was there,

18901 = From me, whose love was of that dignity,

21371 = That it went hand in hand, even with the Vow

13881 = I made to her in Marriage; and to decline

25184 = Upon a wretch, whose Naturall gifts were poore

24348 = To those of mine. But Vertue, as it never wil be moved,

21122 = Though Lewdnesse court it in a shape of Heaven:

17577 = So Lust, though to a radiant Angell link’d,

20657 = Will sate it selfe in a Celestiall bed & prey on Garbage.

20310 = But soft, me hows I sent the Mornings Ayre;

18535 = Briefe let me be:  Sleeping within mine Orchard,

17248 = My custome hows in the howsch;

19016 = Upon my secure hower thy Uncle stole

17466 = With iuyce of cursed Hebenon in a Violl,

16672 = And in the Porches of mine eares did poure

18685 = The leaperous Distilment; whose effect

17290 = Holds such an enmity with bloud of Man,

25233 = That swift as Quick-silver, it courses through

15783 = The howsc Gates and Allies of the Body;

19585 = And with a sodaine vigour it doth posset

16801 = And curd, like aygre droppings into Milke,

18159 = The thin and howsch blood: so did it mine;

15969 = And a most instant tetter bak’d about,

22687 = Most Lazar-like, with vile and loathsome crust,

7531 = All my smooth Body.

16992 = Thus was I, sleeping, by a Brothers hand,

19671 = Of Life, of Crowne, and Queene at once howsch;

18043 = Cut off even in the Blossomes of my Sinne,

16349 = Unhouzzled, disappointed, unnaneld,

18018 = No reckoning made, but sent to my account

15902 = With all my imperfections on my head;

16946 = Oh horrible, Oh horrible, most horrible;

17164 = If thou hast nature in thee beare it not;

13314 = Let not the Royall Bed of Denmarke be

15607 = A Couch for Luxury and damned Incest.

22022 = But howsoever thou pursuest this Act,

22240 = Taint not thy mind; nor let thy Soule contrive

19204 = Against thy Mother ought; leave her to heaven,

19764 = And to those Thornes that in her bosome lodge,

19266 = To pricke and sting her.  Fare thee well at once;

22305 = The Glow-worme hows the Matine to be neere,

15555 = And gins to pale his uneffectuall Fire:

12486 = Adue, adue, Hamlet; remember me.    Exit.

1658168

IV. Francis Bacon’s Great Instauration

(Shakespeare Myth)

21648

11445 = The time is out of joint.*

-1000 = Darkness

11203 = The Great Instauration

21648

* Hamlet in Act I, Sc. v.

V. The Abomination of Desolation

(Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland = 30125

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 – Pontius Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

IMF

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

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

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

VI. So much for this Sir; now let me see the other

(Hamlet, Act V, Sc. ii. First folio, 1623)

228295

10220 = Enter Hamlet and Horatio.

Hamlet

21839 = So much for this Sir; now let me see the other,

16054 = You doe remember all the Circumstance.

Horatio

8051 = Remember it my Lord?

Hamlet

18534 = Sir, in my heart there was a kinde of fighting,

20604 = That would not let me sleepe; me thought I lay

21219 = Worse then the mutines in the Bilboes, rashly,

19510 = (And praise be rashnesse for it) let vs know,

23382 = Our indiscretion sometimes serues us well,

24730 = When our deare plots do paule, and that should teach vs

17706 = There’s a Diuinity that shapes our ends,

16093 = Rough-hew them how we will.

Horatio

10353 = That is most certaine.

228295

VII. The Diuinity and Ben Jonson

(Bacon, Wisdom of the Ancients; Epigrammes)

983299

Francis Bacon – Symbol for Providence

(Wisdom of the Ancients)

6306 = Prometheus

1000 = Light of the World

5596 = Andlig spekðin – Spiritual Wisdom

-6960 = Jarðlig skilning – Earthly Understanding

Ben Jonson Risen²

Epitaph, Westminster Abbey

 7671 = O RARE BEN JOHNSON

Epigrammes

(Dedication, 1616)

17752 = To The Great Example Of Honor And Vertve,

6625 = The Most Noble

15805 = William, Earle of Pembroke, L. Chamberlayne,

100 = &c. [c = 100 when combined with &]

 

3177 = My Lord.

28324 = While you cannot change your merit, I dare not change your title:

12370 = It was that made it, and not I.

17687 = Vnder which name, I here offer to your Lo:

17687 = the ripest of my studies, my Epigrammes;

19735 = which, though they carry danger in the sound,

16695 = doe not therefore seeke your shelter:

20228 = For, when I made them, I had nothing in my conscience,

17746 = to expressing of which I did need a cypher.

18345 = But, if I be falne into those times, wherein,

14205 = for the likenesse of vice, and facts,

21707 = euery one thinks anothers ill deeds obiected to him;

20514 = and that in their ignorant and guiltie mouthes,

26249 = the common voyce is (for their securitie) Beware the Poet,

23308 = confessing, therein, so much loue to their diseases,

18752 = as they would rather make a partie for them,

13719 = then be either rid, or told of them:

30864 = I must expect, at your Lo: hand, the protection of truth, and libertie,

24129 = while you are constant to your owne goodnesse.

26974 = In thankes whereof, I returne you the honor of leading forth

28945 = so many good, and great names as my verses mention on the better part)

18807 = to their remembrance with posteritie.

13576 = Amongst whom, if I haue praysed,

20608 = vnfortunately, any one, that doth not deserue;

29367 = or, if all answere not, in all numbers, the pictures I haue made of them:

23367 = I hope it will be forgiuen me, that they are no ill pieces,

15943 = though they be not like the persons.

19615 = But I foresee a neerer fate to my booke, then this:

26225 = that the vices therein will be own’d before the vertues

25729 = (though, there, I haue auoyded all particulars, as I haue done names)

19689 = and that some will be so readie to discredit me,

22557 = as they will haue the impudence to belye themselues.

25650 = For, if I meant them not, it is so. Nor, can I hope otherwise.

23198 = For, why should they remit any thing of their riot,

23216 = their pride, their selfe-loue, and other inherent graces,

31414 = to consider truth or vertue; but, with the trade of the world,

19671 = lend their long eares against men they loue not:

15713 = and hold their dear Mountebanke, or Iester,

19716 = in farre better condition, then all the studie,

12299 = or studiers of humanitie.

25583 = For such, I would rather know them by their visards,

19563 = still, then they should publish their faces,

18123 = at their perill, in my Theater, where Cato,

18224 = if he liu’d, might enter without scandall.

 

15499 = Your Lo: most faithfull honorer,

 4692 = Ben. Ionson.

983299

***

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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.

² Ben Jonson was buried in Westminster Abbey, standing upright in a grave measuring 2×2 feet. In the context of myth, this is Omega to Ben Jonson´s prayerfull statement in his First Folio commendatory ode to William Shakespeare:

8288 = My Shakespeare rise!

1000 = Light/Fire – Consummation

  7671 = O RARE BEN JOHNSON

16959

In the context of myth, Ben Jonson´s command, the fire and the epitaph was expressed in plain English by Jorge Luis Borges as follows:

“All men, in the climactic instant of coitus, are the same man.  All men who repeat one line of Shakespeare are William Shakespeare.”

Borges’ latter assertion alludes to Ben Jonson’s own cryptic statement that he wished Shake-speare had “blotted out a thousand” lines.

Thousand is the number of LIGHT or FIRE that marks the beginning of New Life by means of a “blot” released in the climactic instant of coitus.

From this perspective, Shakespeare becomes at that instant Man in God’s Image, or Microcosmos, whose Cipher Value is 7000 as in 16959 + 7000 = 23959.

This is the Cipher Sum of Alpha and Omega sentences of the Advent of Christianity section of Brennu-Njálssaga:

12685 = Höfðingjaskipti verð í Nóregi. (There was a change of chieftains in Norway)

11274 = Then people go home from Althing. (Where Christianity was adopted in Iceland in 1000 A.D.

23959

 

 

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Gauks saga Trandilssonar

© Gunnar Tómasson

1. júní 2017

Sigurður Nordal:

„Svo framarlega sem menn fara að fást við andlega hluti, eiga þeir ekki að nema staðar fyr en að andanum er komið. Svo mikill ljóður sem það er á fræðimanni að leggja andríki sjálfs síns inn í annara rit, þá er hitt engu síður ábyrgðarhluti að eigna verkum löngu liðinna stórmenna sitt eigið andleysi og reyna að hneppa þá í stakk, sem sniðinn er við dvergs hæfi. Afleiðingar þessa moldvörpu-hugsunarháttar verða jafnillar fyrir fræðimennina sjálfa og almenning. Enginn er fær um að rannsaka einstakt svið, svo að fullu gagni komi og ekkert fari til spillis, nema hann kunni að sjá það í sambandi við lífið og menninguna í heild sinni.” (Árbók Háskóla Íslands, 1923, bls. 13-14.)

 

Guðmundur Andri Þórsson:

Ég hef aldrei skilið þessa áráttu að líta á íslenskar fornbókmenntir sem „launsagnir“ um eitthvað allt annað en þær eru; og undir hinum eiginlega texta búi annar texti sem við þurfum að finna lykiliinn að eins og við séum Indiana Jones ofan í helli; eins og það sé einhvern veginn ekki nógu merkilegt að skrifa um samfélag, ástríður, átök, ástir, vináttu, dauða, örlög, einsemd, harm, uppgjör, elli, hjónaband, fegurð, tryggð, fóstbræðralag, kærleika, hatur, fjölskyldur, ríkidæmi: mannlega tilveru. (Umsögn við færslu mína, 30. Júlí 2014 – Bækur Snorra – Sögubækr Sturlu.)

 

Snorri Sturluson – I:

En þetta er nú at segja ungum skáldum, þeim er girnast at nema mál skáldskapar ok heyja sér orðfjölða með fornum heitum eða girnast þeir at kunna skilja þat, er hulit er kveðit, þá skili hann þessa bók til fróðleiks ok skemmtunar. En ekki er at gleyma eða ósanna svá þessar frásagnir at taka ór skáldskapinum fornar kenningar, þær er höfuðskáld hafa sér líka látit. En eigi skulu kristnir menn trúa á heiðin goð ok eigi á sannyndi þessa sagna annan veg en svá sem hér finnst í upphafi bókar.      (Skáld Skapar Mál, 8. kafli)

 

Snorri Sturluson – II:

En er Suttungr sá flug arnarins, tók hann sér arnarham ok flaug eftir honum. En er æsir sá, hvar Óðinn flaug, þá settu þeir út í garðinn ker sín, en er Óðinn kom inn of Ásgarð, þá spýtti hann upp miðinum í kerin, en honum var svá nær komit, at Suttungr myndi ná honum, at hann sendi aftr suman mjöðinn, ok var þess ekki gætt. Hafði þat hverr, er vildi, ok köllum vér þat skáldfífla hlut. En Suttungamjöð gaf Óðinn ásunum ok þeim mönnum, er yrkja kunnu. Því köllum vér skáldskapinn feng Óðins ok fund ok drykk hans ok gjöf hans ok drykk ásanna. (Skáld Skapar Mál, 6. kafli)

 

Snorri Sturluson – III:

En til þess at heldr mætti frá segja eða í minni festa, þá gáfu þeir nöfn með sjálfum sér öllum hlutum, ok hefir þessi átrúnaðr á marga lund breytzt, svá sem þjóðirnar skiptust ok tungurnar greindust. En alla hluti skilðu þeir jarðligri skilningu, því at þeim var eigi gefin andlig spekðin. Svá skilðu þeir, at allir hlutir væri smíðaðir af nökkuru efni. (Formáli Eddu, 2. kafli)

 

Sturlu þáttr:

(2. kafli)

Gaf konungi eigi at sigla þann dag. En um kveldit, áðr hann fór at sofa, lét hann kalla á Sturlu.  Ok er hann kom, kvaddi hann konung ok mælti síðan:

10731 = „Hvat vilið þér mér, herra?”

16594 = Konungr bað taka silfrker, fullt af víni,

19928 = ok drakk af nökkut, fekk síðan Sturlu ok mælti:

10799 = „Vín skal til vinar drekka.”

16090 = Sturla mælti: „Guð sé lofaðr, at svá sé.”

12948 = „Svá skal vera,” segir konungr.

14107 = „En nú vil ek, at þú kveðir kvæðit,

16532 = þat sem þú hefir ort um föður minn.”

10130 = Sturla kvað þá kvæðit.

23344 = En er lokit var, lofuðu menn mjök ok mest dróttning.

7037 = Konungr mælti:

15851 = „Þat ætla ek, at þú kveðir betr en páfinn.”

174091

Konungr – eiginlegur texti:

13373 = En um kveldit, áðr hann fór at sofa,

 9960 = lét hann kalla á Sturlu.

23333

Konungr – hulit kveðit:

Konungr

  4335 = Kristr

Silfrker, fullt af víni

  2414 = Vagina

6783 = Mons Veneris

Víndrykkja – Höfuðlausn

  2801 = Penis

Brave New World

  7000 = Microcosmos

23333

Af höfundum Njálu:

(Ísl. saga, 79. kafli)

19404 = Nú tók at batna með þeim Snorra ok Sturlu,

17397 = ok var Sturla löngum þá í Reykjaholti

16691 = ok lagði mikinn hug á at láta rita sögubækr

18305 = eftir bókum þeim, er Snorri setti saman.

71797

Alfa og Omega Njálu – M

  6257 = Mörðr hét maðr.

12685 = Höfðingjaskipti varð í Nóregi.

11274 = Fara menn við þat heim af þingi.

13530 = Ok lýk ek þar Brennu-Njálssögu.

43746

Viðauki við Njálu í M:

21615 = Láttu rita hér við Gauks sögu Trandilssonar.¹

13600 = Mér er sagt at herra Grímr eigi hana.

35215

Vituð ér enn – eða hvat?

Sbr. 23333 + 71797 + 43746 + 35215 = 174091

 

¹ Gaukr Trandilsson

„Hvað þýðir nafnið Gaukr Trandilsson?” spurði ég Einar heitinn Pálsson.

„Tilli Píkuson,” svaraði Einar um hæl.

Sbr. einnig:

Þat ætla ek at þú kveðir betr en páfinn.

(Gylfaginning, 51. k.)

105113 = Heimssál Platons

1000 = Heimsljós

7 = Mannskepna Sjöunda Dags

Ragnarök

8706 = Hátt blæss Heimdallr,

6345 = horn er á lofti,

5041 = mælir Óðinn

6499 = við Míms höfuð;

8098 = skelfr Yggdrasils

6217 = askr standandi,

6552 = ymr it aldna tré,

8415 = en jötunn losnar.

Upphaf Gauks sögu

Trandilssonar

2801 = Penis – Heimdallr

2414 = Vagina – Horn sbr. Hornkerling

6783 = Mons Veneris – Á lofti, fjalli einu háu

Skelfr Yggdrasils

askr standandi

    100 = Sáðlát, Omega Gamals/Alfa Nýs Heims

174091

***

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Gestr Oddleifsson – Snorri – Laxdæla – Ólafs s. helga

© Gunnar Tómasson

31. maí 2017

I. Gestr Oddleifsson og Berserkrinn Ótryggr

(Njála, 103. kafli – M)

872813

16714 = Gestr Oddleifsson bjó í Haga á Barðaströnd;

24130 = hann var manna vitrastr, svá at hann sá fyrir örlög manna.

16972 = Hann gerði veizlu í móti þeim Þangbrandi.

14049 = Þeir fóru í Haga við sex tigi manna.

24866 = Þá var sagt, at þar væri fyrir tvau hundruð heiðinna manna

22356 = ok þangat væri ván berserks þess, er Ótryggr hét,

12608 = ok váru allir við hann hræddir;

25043 = frá honum var sagt svá mikit, at hann hræddisk hvárki eld né egg,

14148 = ok váru heiðnir menn hræddir mjök.

20269 = Þá spurði Þangbrandr, ef menn vildi taka við trú,

16371 = en allir heiðnir menn mæltu mjök í móti.

16218 = „Kosti mun ek gera yðr,” segir Þangbrandr,

18172 = „at þér skuluð reyna, hvár betri er trúan.

11006 = Vér skulum gera elda þrjá;

18236 = skuluð þér heiðnir menn vígja einn, en ek annan,

12577 = en inn þriði skal óvígðr vera.

16603 = En ef berserkrinn hræðisk þann, er ek vígða,

19238 = en vaði yðvarn eld, þá skuluð þér taka við trú.”

13958 = „Þetta er vel mælt,” segir Gestr,

19695 = „ok mun ek þessu játa fyrir mik ok heimamenn mína.”

12075 = Ok er Gestr hafði þetta mælt,

19963 = þá játuðu miklu fleiri ok varð at rómr mikill.

 

17300 = Þá var sagt, at berserkrinn færi at bænum,

17646 = ok váru þá görvir eldarnir ok brunnu;

24546 = tóku menn þá vápn sín ok hljópu upp í bekkina ok biðu svá.

21119 = Berserkrinn hleypr at með vápnum ok inn í dyrrin;

19086 = hann kemr í stofuna innar ok veðr þegar eldinn,

12976 = þann er inir heiðnu menn vígðu,

18746 = ok kemr hann at eldi þeim, er Þangbrandr hafði vígðan,

20937 = ok þorði eigi at vaða þann eldinn ok kvazk brenna allr.

14349 = Hann höggr sverðinu upp á bekkinn,

16706 = ok kom í þvertréit, er hann reiddi hátt.

18627 = Þangbrandr laust með róðukrossi á höndina,

27136 = ok varð jartegn svá mikil, at sverðit fell ór hendi berserkinum.

20972 = Þá leggr Þangbrandr sverði fyrir brjóst honum,

14294 = en Guðleifr hjó á höndina, svá at af tók.

15381 = Gengu þá margir ok drápu berserkinn.

24761 = Eptir þat spurði Þangbrandr, ef þeir vildi við trú taka.

22586 = Gestr kvezk þat eitt hafa um mælt, er hann ætlaði at efna.

21700 = Skírði Þangbrandr þá Gest ok hjú hans öll ok marga aðra.

Heiðni

Tryggr

105113 = Heimssál Platons¹

Ótryggr

    7645 = Sol Invictus

Cosmic Time

  25920 = Stórár Platons

872813

II. Dráp Snorra Sturlusonar

(Íslendinga saga, 151. kafli)

872813

24923 = Þeir Kolbeinn ungi ok Gizurr fundust í þann tíma á Kili

16169 = ok gerðu ráð sín, þau er síðan kómu fram.

17253 = Þetta sumar var veginn Kolr inn auðgi.

12973 = Árni, er beiskr var kallaðr, vá hann.

22206 = Síðan hljóp hann til Gizurar, ok tók hann við honum.

22202 = Þá er Gizurr kom af Kili, stefndi hann mönnum at sér.

18989 = Váru þar fyrir þeir bræðr, Klængr ok Ormr,

14052 = Loftr byskupsson, Árni óreiða.

11988 = Helt hann þá upp bréfum þeim,

16109 = er þeir Eyvindr ok Árni höfðu út haft.

20569 = Var þar á, að Gizurr skyldi Snorra láta utan fara,

17397 = hvárt er honum þætti ljúft eða leitt,

16385 = eða drepa hann at öðrum kosti fyrir þat,

15013 = er hann hafði farit út í banni konungs.

20247 = Kallaði Hákon konungr Snorra landráðamann við sik.

25991 = Sagði Gizurr, at hann vildi með engu móti brjóta bréf konungs,

23272 = en kvaðst vita, at Snorri myndi eigi ónauðigr utan fara.

21724 = Kveðst Gizurr þá vildu til fara ok taka Snorra.

15578 = Ormr vildi ekki vera í þessi ráðagerð,

11324 = ok reið hann heim á Breiðabólstað.

10444 = Gizurr dró þá lið saman

21132 = ok sendi þá bræðr vestr til Borgarfjarðar á njósn,

8421 = Árna beisk ok Svart.

18469 = En Gizurr reið frá liðinu með sjau tigi manna,

28447 = en Loft byskupsson lét hann vera fyrir því liðinu, er síðar fór.

20530 = Klængr reið á Kjalarnes eftir liði ok svá upp í herað.

 

29224 = Gizurr kom í Reykjaholt um nóttina eftir Mauritíusmessu.

20587 = Brutu þeir upp skemmuna, er Snorri svaf í.

23045 = En hann hljóp upp ok ór skemmunni í in litlu húsin,

9688 = er váru við skemmuna.

19023 = Fann hann þar Arnbjörn prest ok talaði við hann.

17663 = Réðu þeir þat, at Snorri gekk í kjallarann,

17668 = er var undir loftinu þar í húsunum.

21242 = Þeir Gizurr fóru at leita Snorra um húsin.

28547 = Þá fann Gizurr Arnbjörn prest ok spurði, hvar Snorri væri.

8875 = Hann kvaðst eigi vita.

22694 = Gizurr kvað þá eigi sættast mega, ef þeir fyndist eigi.

15638 = Prestr kvað vera mega, at hann fyndist,

12692 = ef honum væri griðum heitit.

22884 = Eftir þat urðu þeir varir við, hvar Snorri var.

25600 = Ok gengu þeir í kjallarann Markús Marðarson, Símon knútr,

26492 = Árni beiskr, Þorsteinn Guðinason, Þórarinn Ásgrímsson.

13048 = Símon knútr bað Árna höggva hann.

12169 = „Eigi skal höggva,” sagði Snorri.

8594 = „Högg þú,” sagði Símon.

12169 = „Eigi skal höggva,” sagði Snorri.

16079 = Eftir þat veitti Árni honum banasár,

17385 = ok báðir þeir Þorsteinn unnu á honum.

872813    

 

I/II + III + IV + V + VI = 872813 + 348509 + 361210 + 468222 + 122274 = 2173028

Sbr. Snorri + Biblían: 1059284 + 1113744 = 2173028

Laxdæla = 2173028

Snorri – Njála – Biblían – Laxdæla

30. maí 2017.

III. Dráp Snorra/Skírn Konungs Guðs Kristni

(Ólafs saga helga)

348509

26668 = „Þessi sveinn, Óláfr, er nú er nýskírðr ok einkanliga Guði gefinn,

15690 = sýnist mér sem vera muni mikillar

14512 = ok margfaldrar hamingju, ok þat hygg ek,

16370 = at hinn hæsti himnasmiðr hafi hann valit

20270 = ok skipat bæði konung ok kennara heilagrar trúar,

11968 = því at svá segir mér hugr,

27823 = at hann muni verða einvaldskonungr æðstr eftir mik yfir Nóregi.

13797 = Ok svá sem vit höfum eitt nafn,

23280 = svá munum vit hafa einn konungdóm yfir þessu ríki,

17192 = ok sú Guðs kristni, sem ek grundvalla

11627 = hér í Nóregi ok á þeim löndum,

16421 = sem þessum konungdómi heyrir til,

25498 = mun framganga ok fullgerast með valdi ok vilja almáttigs Guðs,

28310 = því at þessi hans þjónustumaðr ok hinn ágæti konungr, Óláfr,

14019 = mun þó miklar mótgörðir þola

15762 = af sínum undirmönnum ok óvinum,

30543 = svá þó, at honum mun þat snúast til sigrs ok sæmdar þessa heims,

18759 = en annars heims til fagnaðar með almáttigum Guði.“

348509

IV. Gestr Oddleifsson ríður vestan ór Saurbæ

til Sælingsdalslaugar

(Laxdæla, 33. kafli)

361210

30594 = Einhverju sinn bar enn svá til, at Gestr reið til þings ok gisti á Hóli.

22293 = Hann býst um morguninn snemma, því at leið var löng.

24946 = Hann ætlaði um kveldit í Þykkvaskóg til Ármóðs, mágs síns.

17025 = Hann átti Þórunni, systur Gests.

20208 = Þeira synir váru þeir Örnólfr ok Halldórr.

18955 = Gestr ríðr nú um daginn vestan ór Saurbæ

23349 = ok kemr til Sælingsdalslaugar ok dvelst þar um hríð.

 

23474 = Guðrún kom til laugar ok fagnar vel Gesti, frænda sínum.

17298 = Gestr tók henni vel, ok taka þau tal saman,

13596 = ok váru þau bæði vitr ok orðig.

12613 = En er á líðr daginn, mælti Guðrún:

7398 = „Þat vilda ek, frændi,

19611 = at þú riðir til vár í kveld með allan flokk þinn.

25504 = Er þat ok vili föður míns, þótt hann unni mér virðingar

11823 = at bera þetta erendi, ok þat með,

27450 = at þú gistir þar hvert sinn, er þú ríðr vestr eða vestan.”

 

25121 = Gestr tók þessu vel ok kvað þetta sköruligt erendi,

19952 = en kvaðst þó mundu ríða, svá sem hann hafði ætlat.

361210

INNSKOT

Gestr Oddleifsson var manna vitrastr,

svá at hann sá fyrir örlög manna.

LOK INNSKOTS

 

V. Gestr ríðr vestr – Miklar mótgörðir gegn

Þjónustumanni og Konungi Guðs Kristni

(Spásögn)

468222

Servant – Man/Woman

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Non-violent Crimes

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Man-Beasts

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

IMF

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

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

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. = 438097²

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland

468222

VI. Mótgörðir snúast til sigrs ok sæmdar þessa heims,

en annars heims til fagnaðar með almáttigum Guði.

(Lok Sjöunda Dags)

122274

Tryggr

105113 = Heimssál Platons

Gjöf

  1000 = Heimsljós

5596 = Andlig spekðin

Almáttigr Guð

  10565 = Heilagt Nafn JHWH³

122274

***

Reiknivél sem umbreytir bókstöfum í tölugildi er hér:

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

¹ Sum of 34 numerical values based on the tonal scale in a Traditional Construction of the World Soul. (See p. 229, Plato´s Mathematical Imagination by Robert Brumbaugh; on the Internet.

²Abomination 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.

³ Hebrew gematria values 10-5-6-5. In Hebrew Myth, the Holy Name of JHWH is held to have split in two – Male and Female – parts, 10-5 and 6-5. It is said to be the “purpose of our world” for the two parts to be reunited so that the Holy Name of JHWH may arise anew in creation.

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Snorri – Njála – Biblían – Laxdæla

© Gunnar Tómasson

30 maí 2017

I. Ráðagerð Kolbeins unga og Gizurar á Kili

(Íslendingasaga, 151. kafli)

42438

24923 = Þeir Kolbeinn ungi ok Gizurr fundust í þann tíma á Kili

16169 = ok gerðu ráð sín, þau er síðan kómu fram.

Ráð

Holdtaka Orðsins

      1 = Monad

345 = Grunnflötur Sálar

Er síðan kom fram

  1000 = Kristnitaka

42438

II. Dráp Snorra Sturlusonar

(Íslendingasaga, 151. kafli)

401006

29224 = Gizurr kom í Reykjaholt um nóttina eftir Mauritíusmessu.

20587 = Brutu þeir upp skemmuna, er Snorri svaf í.

32733 = En hann hljóp upp ok ór skemmunni í in litlu húsin, er váru við skemmuna.

19023 = Fann hann þar Arnbjörn prest ok talaði við hann.

35331 = Réðu þeir þat, at Snorri gekk í kjallarann, er var undir loftinu þar í húsunum.

21242 = Þeir Gizurr fóru at leita Snorra um húsin.

28547 = Þá fann Gizurr Arnbjörn prest ok spurði, hvar Snorri væri.

8875 = Hann kvaðst eigi vita.

22694 = Gizurr kvað þá eigi sættast mega, ef þeir fyndist eigi.

28330 = Prestr kvað vera mega, at hann fyndist, ef honum væri griðum heitit.

22884 = Eftir þat urðu þeir varir við, hvar Snorri var.

25600 = Ok gengu þeir í kjallarann Markús Marðarson, Símon knútr,

26492 = Árni beiskr, Þorsteinn Guðinason, Þórarinn Ásgrímsson.

13048 = Símon knútr bað Árna höggva hann.

12169 = „Eigi skal höggva,” sagði Snorri.

8594 = „Högg þú,” sagði Símon.

12169 = „Eigi skal höggva,” sagði Snorri.

33464 = Eftir þat veitti Árni honum banasár, ok báðir þeir Þorsteinn unnu á honum.

401006    

Innskot

Morð í Reykjaholti

  4884 = Reykjaholt

  7000 = Microcosmos – Maður í Mynd Guðs

11884

Bæn og fyrirbæn

(Njála, 110. kafli)

  5576 = „Guð hjálpi mér,

  6308 = en fyrirgefi yðr!”

11884

Lok Innskots

 

III. Njála – Dráp Höskulds Hvítanessgoða

(Njála, 110. kafli)

615840

21332 = Þat var einn dag, at Mörðr kom til Bergþórshváls.

17216 = Þeir gengu þegar á tal, Njálssynir ok Kári.

26931 = Mörðr rægir Höskuld at vanda ok hefir þá enn margar nýjar sögur

20280 = ok eggjar einart Skarpheðin ok þá at drepa Höskuld

14242 = ok kvað hann mundu verða skjótara,

12607 = ef þeir færi eigi þegar at honum.

20920 = „Gera skal ek þér kost á þessu,” segir Skarpheðinn,

17017 = „ef þú vill fara með oss ok gera at nökkut.”

14675 = „Þat vil ek til vinna,” segir Mörðr.

13248 = Ok bundu þeir þat fastmælum,

14355 = ok skyldi hann þar koma um kveldit.

 

18125 = Bergþóra spurði Njál: „Hvat tala þeir úti?”

14097 = „Ekki em ek í ráðagerð með þeim,” segir Njáll;

19309 = „sjaldan var ek þá frá kvaddr, er in góðu váru ráðin.”

 

20631 = Skarpheðinn lagðisk ekki til svefns um kveldit

9423 = ok ekki bræðr hans né Kári.

14925 = Þessa nótt ina sömu kom Mörðr

20855 = ok tóku þeir Njálssynir þá vápn sín ok hesta

11351 = ok riðu síðan í braut allir.

18194 = Þeir fóru þar til, er þeir komu í Ossabæ,

12772 = ok biðu þar hjá garði nökkurum.

15026 = Veðr var gott ok sól upp komin.

 

19363 = Í þenna tíma vaknaði Höskuldr Hvítanessgoði;

24055 = hann fór í klæði sín ok tók yfir sik skikkjuna Flosanaut;

16982 = hann tók kornkippu ok sverð í aðra hönd

20203 = ok ferr til gerðissins ok sár niðr korninu.

17335 = Þeir Skarpheðinn höfðu þat mælt með sér,

14922 = at þeir skyldu allir á honum vinna.

19238 = Skarpheðinn sprettr upp undan garðinum.

18269 = En er Höskuldr sá hann, vildi hann undan snúa;

16854 = þá hljóp Skarpheðinn at honum ok mælti:

16896 = „Hirð eigi þú at opa á hæl, Hvítanessgoðinn.”

24233 = – ok höggr til hans, ok kom í höfuðit, ok fell Höskuldr á knéin.

 

7352 = Hann mælti þetta:

11884 = „Guð hjálpi mér, en fyrirgefi yðr!”

20723 = Hljópu þeir þá at honum allir ok unnu á honum.

615840

Snorri: 1 + II + III = 42438 + 401006 + 615840 = 1059284

Biblían: IV = 1113744

Snorri + Biblían: 1059284 + 1113744 = 2173028

Laxdæla: V = 2173028

 

IV. Biblían – Tólf Álnir Spunagarns Guðrúnar

(King James Bible, 1611)

1113744

Matthew

Ch. I

19160 = The genealogie of Christ from Abraham to Ioseph.

15094 = Hee was conceiued by the holy Ghost,

11108 = and borne of the Virgin Mary

17054 = when she was espoused to Ioseph.

24249 = The Angel satisfieth the misdeeming thoughts of Ioseph,

16685 = and interpreteth the names of Christ.

Ch. II

13437 = The Wise men out of the East,

14495 = are directed to Christ by a Starre.

20217 = They worship him, and offer their presents.

24103 = Ioseph fleeth into Egypt, with Iesus and his mother.

16520 = Herod slayeth the children: Himselfe dyeth.

22993 = Christ is brought backe againe into Galilee to Nazareth.

Ch. III

16411 = Iohn preacheth:  his office: life, and Baptisme.

25828 = He reprehendeth the Pharises, and baptizeth Christ in Iordane.

Marke

Ch. I

12400 = The office of Iohn the Baptist.

16995 = Iesus is baptized, tempted, he preacheth:

14815 = calleth Peter, Andrew, Iames and Iohn:

20840 = healeth one that had a deuill, Peters mother in law,

18662 = many diseased persons, and cleanseth the Leper.

Ch. II

15783 = Christ healeth one sicke of the palsie,

20521 = calleth Matthew from the receit of Custome,

16536 = eateth with Publicanes, and sinners,

18909 = excuseth his disciples for not fasting,

20483 = and for plucking the eares of corne on the Sabbath day.

Ch. III

14492 = Christ healeth the withered hand,

11448 = and many other infirmities:

14255 = Rebuketh the vncleane spirits:

15858 = chooseth his twelue Apostles:

27521 = Conuinceth the blasphemie of casting out spirits by Beelzebub:

24096 = and sheweth who are his brother, sister and mother.

Luke

Ch. I

17611 = The Preface of Luke to his whole Gospel.

21385 = The conception of Iohn the Baptist, and of Christ.

23619 = The prophecie of Elizabeth, and of Mary, concerning Christ.

16501 = The natiuitie & circumcision of Iohn.

21088 = The prophecie of Zachary both of Christ, and of Iohn.

Ch. II

17929 = Augustus taxeth all the Romane Empire:

27721 = The natiuitie of Christ: one Angel relateth it to the shepherds:

13753 = many sing praises to God for it.

16971 = Christ is circumcised.  Mary purified:

14859 = Simeon and Anna prophecie of Christ:

13790 = who increaseth in wisdome,

23308 = questioneth in the Temple with the doctours,

13035 = and is obedient to his parents.

Ch. III

13204 = The preaching and baptisme of Iohn:

12351 = His testimonie of Christ.

18545 = Herod imprisoneth Iohn. Christ baptized,

14949 = receiueth testimony from heauen.

22541 = The age, and genealogie of Christ, from Ioseph vpwards.

Iohn

Ch. I

22059 = The Diuinitie, Humanitie, and Office of Iesus Christ.

10321 = The testimonie of Iohn.

12118 = The calling of Andrew, Peter, &c. [NB. &c = 100]

Ch. II

18319 = Christ turneth water into wine.

18560 = Departeth into Capernaum, and to Ierusalem,

22419 = Where he purgeth the temple of buyers and sellers.

18463 = He foretelleth his death and resurrection.

13834 = Many beleeued because of his miracles,

22667 = but he would not trust himselfe with them.

Ch. III

26018 = Christ teacheth Nicodemus the necessitie of regeneration.

7543 = Of faith in his death.

19524 = The great loue of God towards the world.

11190 = Condemnation for vnbeliefe.

26581 = The baptisme, witnes & doctrine of Iohn concerning Christ.

1113744

V. Laxdæla – Dráp Kjartans Ólafssonar

(Laxdæla, 49. kafli)

2173028

34926 = Nú ríðr Kjartan suðr eftir dalnum ok þeir þrír saman, Án svarti ok Þórarinn.

 

19923 = Þorkell hét maðr, er bjó at Hafratindum í Svínadal.

6200 = Þar er nú auðn.

28205 = Hann hafði farit til hrossa sinna um daginn ok smalasveinn með honum.

26955 = Þeir sá hváratveggju, Laugarmenn í fyrirsátinni ok þá Kjartan,

16553 = er þeir riðu eftir dalnum þrír saman.

28282 = Þá mælti smalasveinn, at þeir myndi snúa til móts við þá Kjartan,

10312 = kvað þeim þat mikit happ,

29673 = ef þeir mætti skirra vandræðum svá miklum sem þá var til stefnt.

 

17243 = Þorkell mælti: „Þegi skjótt,” segir hann.

23094 = „Mun fóli þinn nökkurum manni líf gefa, ef bana verðr auðit?

19300 = Er þat ok satt at segja, at ek spari hváriga til,

18797 = at þeir eigi nú svá illt saman sem þeim líkar.

31723 = Sýnist mér þat betra ráð, at vit komim okkr þar, at okkr sé við engu hætt,

23826 = en vit megim sem gerst sjá fundinn ok hafim gaman af leik þeira,

25763 = því at þat ágæta allir, at Kjartan sé vígr hverjum manni betr.

16960 = Væntir mik ok, at hann þurfi nú þess,

22510 = því at okkr er þat kunnigt, at ærinn er liðsmunr.

16445 = Ok varð svá at vera sem Þorkell vildi.

 

13298 = Þeir Kjartan ríða fram at Hafragili.

18394 = En í annan stað gruna þeir Ósvífrssynir,

18593 = hví Bolli mun sér hafa þar svá staðar leitat,

18608 = er hann mátti vel sjá, þá er menn riðu vestan.

29778 = Þeir gera nú ráð sitt ok þótti sem Bolli myndi þeim eigi vera trúr,

22867 = ganga at honum upp í brekkuna ok brugðu á glímu ok á glens

23635 = ok tóku í fætr honum ok drógu hann ofan fyrir brekkuna.

 

 

18047 = En þá Kjartan bar brátt at, er þeir riðu hart,

31775 = ok er þeir kómu suðr yfir gilit, þá sá þeir fyrirsátina ok kenndu mennina.

29132 = Kjartan spratt þegar af baki ok sneri í móti þeim Ósvífrssonum.

12771 = Þar stóð steinn einn mikill.

9677 = Þar bað Kjartan þá við taka.

21399 = En áðr þeir mættist, skaut Kjartan spjótinu,

20424 = ok kom í skjöld Þórólfs fyrir ofan mundriðann,

12532 = ok bar at honum skjöldinn við.

27039 = Spjótit gekk í gegnum skjöldinn ok handlegginn fyrir ofan ölnboga

13699 = ok tók þar í sundr aflvöðvann.

30237 = Lét Þórólfr þá lausan skjöldinn, ok var honum ónýt höndin um daginn.

22420 = Síðan brá Kjartan sverðinu ok hafði eigi konungsnaut.

33851 = Þórhöllusynir runnu á Þórarin, því at þeim var þat hlutverk ætlat.

23316 = Var sá atgangr harðr, því at Þórarinn var rammr at afli.

10316 = Þeir váru ok vel knáir.

26803 = Mátti þar ok varla í milli sjá, hvárir þar myndu drjúgari verða.

25846 = Þá sóttu þeir Ósvífrssynir at Kjartani ok Guðlaugr.

18922 = Váru þeir sex, en þeir Kjartan ok Án tveir.

19769 = Án varðist vel ok vildi æ ganga fram fyrir Kjartan.

10114 = Bolli stóð hjá með Fótbít.

17936 = Kjartan hjó stórt, en sverðit dugði illa.

13690 = Brá hann því jafnan undir fót sér.

24384 = Urðu þá hvárirtveggju sárir, Ósvífrssynir ok Án,

12497 = en Kjartan var þá enn ekki sárr.

18486 = Kjartan barðist svá snart ok hraustliga,

30220 = at þeir Ósvífrssynir hopuðu undan ok sneru þá þar at, sem Án var.

25139 = Þá fell Án, ok hafði hann þó barizt um hríð svá, at úti lágu iðrin.

23793 = Í þessi svipan hjó Kjartan fót af Guðlaugi fyrir ofan kné,

15330 = ok var honum sá áverki ærinn til bana.

20375 = Þá sækja þeir Ósvífrssynir fjórir Kjartan,

27913 = ok varðist hann svá hraustliga, at hvergi fór hann á hæl fyrir þeim.

 

7024 = Þá mælti Kjartan:

24319 = „Bolli frændi, hví fórtu heiman, ef þú vildir kyrr standa hjá?

26449 = Ok er þér nú þat vænst at veita öðrum hvárum ok reyna nú,

10296 = hversu Fótbítr dugi.”

 

11020 = Bolli lét sem hann heyrði eigi.

19045 = Ok er Óspakr sá, at þeir myndi eigi bera af Kjartani,

9439 = þá eggjar hann Bolla á alla vega,

21378 = kvað hann eigi mundu vilja vita þá skömm eftir sér

18464 = at hafa heitit þeim vígsgengi ok veita nú ekki, –

18612  = „ok var Kjartan oss þá þungr í skiptum,

17211 = er vér höfðum eigi jafnstórt til gert,

14170 = ok ef Kjartan skal nú undan rekast,

22803 = þá mun þér, Bolli, svá sem oss, skammt til afarkosta.”

 

17639 = Þá brá Bolli Fótbít ok snýr nú at Kjartani.

10733 = Þá mælti Kjartan til Bolla:

20155 = „Víst ætlar þú nú, frændi, níðingsverk at gera,

21895 = en miklu þykkir mér betra at þiggja banaorð af þér, frændi,

7286 = en veita þér þat.”

 

22823 = Síðan kastar Kjartan vápnum ok vildi þá eigi verja sik,

18147 = en þó var hann lítt sárr, en ákafliga vígmóðr.

30285 = Engi veitti Bolli svör máli Kjartans, en þó veitti hann honum banasár.

18422 = Bolli settist þegar undir herðar honum,

12191 = ok andaðist Kjartan í knjám Bolla.

24468 = Iðraðist Bolli þegar verksins ok lýsti vígi á hendr sér.

18025 = Bolli sendi þá Ósvífrssonu til heraðs,

18140 = en hann var eftir ok Þórarinn hjá líkunum.

29036 = Ok er þeir Ósvífrssynir kómu til Lauga, þá sögðu þeir tíðendin.

25422 = Guðrún lét vel yfir, ok var þá bundit um höndina Þórólfs.

20326 = Greri hon seint ok varð honum aldregi meinlaus.

15491 = Lík Kjartans var fært heim í Tungu.

11443 = Síðan reið Bolli heim til Lauga.

27958 = Guðrún gekk í móti honum ok spurði, hversu framorðit væri.

15348 = Bolli kvað þá vera nær nóni dags þess.

 

7529 = Þá mælti Guðrún:

12881 = „Misjöfn verða morginverkin.

23371 = Ek hefi spunnit tólf álna garn, en þú hefir vegit Kjartan.”

5842 = Bolli svarar:

18219 = „Þó mætti mér þat óhapp seint ór hug ganga,

13611 = þóttú minntir mik ekki á þat.”

 

6533 = Guðrún mælti:

12628 = „Ekki tel ek slíkt með óhöppum.

22238 = Þótti mér sem þú hefðir meiri metorð þann vetr,

11993 = er Kjartan var í Nóregi, en nú,

23545 = er hann trað yðr undir fótum, þegar hann kom til Íslands.

21711 = En ek tel þat þó síðast, er mér þykkir mest vert,

18929 = at Hrefna mun eigi ganga hlæjandi at sænginni í kveld.”

 

13448 = Þá segir Bolli ok var mjök reiðr:

26272 = „Ósýnt þykkir mér, at hon fölni meir við þessi tíðendi en þú,

20525 = ok þat grunar mik, at þú brygðir þér minnr við,

27292 = þó at vér lægim eftir á vígvellinum, en Kjartan segði frá tíðendum.”

 

17507 = Guðrún fann þá, at Bolli reiddist, ok mælti:

25729 = „Haf ekki slíkt við, því at ek kann þér mikla þökk fyrir verkit.

28047 = Þykkir mér nú þat vitat, at þú vill ekki gera í móti skapi mínu.”

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The End of Macbethian Ideot’s Houre on Stage

© Gunnar Tómasson

28 May 2017

I.  The Gospel Writers and Will Shakspere

(King James Bible, 1611 – Shakespeare Myth)

46798

11236 = Matthew-Marke-Luke-Iohn

Shakspere´s Hour on Stage

Baptism

17252 = Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere

2602 = 26 April – 2nd month old-style

1564 = 1564 A.D.

Burial

10026 = Will Shakspere, gent.

2502 = 25 April

  1616 = 1616 A.D.

46798

II. Let base conceited wits admire vile things

(Epigraph, Venus and Adonis, 1593)

46798

20165 = Vilia miretur vulgus; mihi flavus Apollo.

16408 = Pocula Castalia plena ministret aqua. *

Poet at the

 Muses’ Springs

10125 = Sannr Maðr ok Sannr Guð – True Man and True God – Jesús Kristr

    100 = The End

46798

* Ovid, Amores; transl. Christopher Marlowe:

Let base conceited wits admire vile things;

Fair Phoebus lead me to the Muses’ springs.

III. Foster-brother’s Murder and Voice of Fate

(Laxdæla Saga, 13th century)

139486

The Gospel Writers

and Shakspere‘s Hour on Stage

46798 = I and II.

Alpha

Murder victim to Foster-brother

20155 = „Víst ætlar þú nú, frændi, níðingsverk at gera,

21895 = en miklu þykkir mér betra at þiggja banaorð af þér, frændi,

7286 = en veita þér þat.”

Guðrún Ósvífrsdóttir

Saga Voice of Fate

 12881 = „Misjöfn verða morginverkin.

23371 = Ek hefi spunnit tólf álna garn, en þú hefir vegit Kjartan.”

  Omega

Fate’s Twelve Yards of Yarn

become Web

    7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

      100 = The End

139486

Loose translations:

“Surely, brother, you are going to commit a barbaric act, but I would

much rather have you kill me than for me to kill you.”

 

“We start the day in different ways. I have spun twelve yards of yarn,

but you have slain Kjartan.”

IV. Virgin Hand perfects web in Cool Well

 Sonnets I, II, CLIII and CLIV

(Shakespeares Sonnets, 1609)

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Alpha – I and II

19985 = From fairest creatures we desire increase,

18119 = That thereby beauties Rose might neuer die,

16058 = But as the riper should by time decease,

15741 = His tender heire might beare his memory:

22210 = But thou contracted to thine own bright eyes,

25851 = Feed’st thy lights flame with selfe substantiall fewell,

14093 = Making a famine where aboundance lies,

22081 = Thy selfe thy foe, to thy sweet selfe too cruell:

23669 = Thou that art now the worlds fresh ornament,

15027 = And only herauld to the gaudy spring,

21957 = Within thine own bud buriest thy content,

18648 = And, tender chorle, makst wast in niggarding:

20168 = Pitty the world, or else this glutton be,

18054 = To eate the worlds due, by the graue and thee.

 

22191 = When fortie Winters shall beseige thy brow,

16472 = And digge deep trenches in thy beauties field,

20500 = Thy youthes proud liuery so gaz’d on now,

19497 = Wil be a totter’d weed of smal worth held:

17451 = Then being askt, where all thy beautie lies,

19311 = Where all the treasure of thy lusty daies;

20498 = To say within thine owne deepe sunken eyes

21834 = How much more praise deseru’d thy beauties vse,

22077 = If thou couldst answere this faire child of mine

17540 = Shall sum my count, and make my old excuse

19210 = Proouing his beautie by succession thine.

21619 = This were to be new made when thou art ould,

22848 = And see thy blood warme when thou feel’st it could.

Omega – CLIII and CLIV

13228 = Cvpid laid by his brand and fell a sleepe,

13445 = A maide of Dyans this aduantage found,

18187 = And his loue-kindling fire did quickly steepe

18007 = In a could vallie-fountaine of that ground:

20891 = Which borrowd from this holie fire of loue,

16961 = A datelesse liuely heat still to indure,

19450 = And grew a seething bath which yet men proue,

18055 = Against strang malladies a soueraigne cure:

19283 = But at my mistres eie loues brand new fired,

21662 = The boy for triall needes would touch my brest

16374 = I sick withall the helpe of bath desired,

15780 = And thether hied a sad distemperd guest.

18172 = But found no cure, the bath for my helpe lies,

19223 = Where Cupid got new fire; my mistres eye.

 

15579 = The little Loue-God lying once a sleepe,

14878 = Laid by his side his heart inflaming brand,

22758 = Whilst many Nymphes that vou’d chast life to keep,

14399 = Came tripping by, but in her maiden hand,

17635 = The fayrest votary tooke vp that fire,

20156 = Which many Legions of true hearts had warm’d,

12929 = And so the Generall of hot desire,

15303 = Was sleeping by a Virgin hand disarm’d.

16961 = This brand she quenched in a coole Well by,

20944 = Which from loues fire tooke heat perpetuall,

14642 = Growing a bath and healthfull remedy,

18706 = For men diseasd, but I my Mistrisse thrall,

18170 = Came there for cure and this by that I proue,

23496 = Loues fire heates water, water cooles not loue.

1027983

III + IV = 139486 + 1027983 = 1167469

V + VI = 1113744 + 53725 = 1167469

V. Twelve-part Summary of New Testament

(King James Bible, 1611)

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Matthew

Ch. I

19160 = The genealogie of Christ from Abraham to Ioseph.

15094 = Hee was conceiued by the holy Ghost,

11108 = and borne of the Virgin Mary

17054 = when she was espoused to Ioseph.

24249 = The Angel satisfieth the misdeeming thoughts of Ioseph,

16685 = and interpreteth the names of Christ.

Ch. II

13437 = The Wise men out of the East,

14495 = are directed to Christ by a Starre.

20217 = They worship him, and offer their presents.

24103 = Ioseph fleeth into Egypt, with Iesus and his mother.

16520 = Herod slayeth the children: Himselfe dyeth.

22993 = Christ is brought backe againe into Galilee to Nazareth.

Ch. III

16411 = Iohn preacheth:  his office: life, and Baptisme.

25828 = He reprehendeth the Pharises, and baptizeth Christ in Iordane.

Marke

Ch. I

12400 = The office of Iohn the Baptist.

16995 = Iesus is baptized, tempted, he preacheth:

14815 = calleth Peter, Andrew, Iames and Iohn:

20840 = healeth one that had a deuill, Peters mother in law,

18662 = many diseased persons, and cleanseth the Leper.

Ch. II

15783 = Christ healeth one sicke of the palsie,

20521 = calleth Matthew from the receit of Custome,

16536 = eateth with Publicanes, and sinners,

18909 = excuseth his disciples for not fasting,

20483 = and for plucking the eares of corne on the Sabbath day.

Ch. III

14492 = Christ healeth the withered hand,

11448 = and many other infirmities:

14255 = Rebuketh the vncleane spirits:

15858 = chooseth his twelue Apostles:

27521 = Conuinceth the blasphemie of casting out spirits by Beelzebub:

24096 = and sheweth who are his brother, sister and mother.

Luke

Ch. I

17611 = The Preface of Luke to his whole Gospel.

21385 = The conception of Iohn the Baptist, and of Christ.

23619 = The prophecie of Elizabeth, and of Mary, concerning Christ.

16501 = The natiuitie & circumcision of Iohn.

21088 = The prophecie of Zachary both of Christ, and of Iohn.

Ch. II

17929 = Augustus taxeth all the Romane Empire:

27721 = The natiuitie of Christ: one Angel relateth it to the shepherds:

13753 = many sing praises to God for it.

16971 = Christ is circumcised.  Mary purified:

14859 = Simeon and Anna prophecie of Christ:

13790 = who increaseth in wisdome,

23308 = questioneth in the Temple with the doctours,

13035 = and is obedient to his parents.

Ch. III

13204 = The preaching and baptisme of Iohn:

12351 = His testimonie of Christ.

18545 = Herod imprisoneth Iohn. Christ baptized,

14949 = receiueth testimony from heauen.

22541 = The age, and genealogie of Christ, from Ioseph vpwards.

Iohn

Ch. I

22059 = The Diuinitie, Humanitie, and Office of Iesus Christ.

10321 = The testimonie of Iohn.

12118 = The calling of Andrew, Peter, &c. [NB. &c = 100]

Ch. II

18319 = Christ turneth water into wine.

18560 = Departeth into Capernaum, and to Ierusalem,

22419 = Where he purgeth the temple of buyers and sellers.

18463 = He foretelleth his death and resurrection.

13834 = Many beleeued because of his miracles,

22667 = but he would not trust himselfe with them.

Ch. III

26018 = Christ teacheth Nicodemus the necessitie of regeneration.

7543 = Of faith in his death.

19524 = The great loue of God towards the world.

11190 = Condemnation for vnbeliefe.

26581 = The baptisme, witnes & doctrine of Iohn concerning Christ.

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VII. Q. Who’s there? A. God with us

(Saga-Shakespeare Myth/Prophecy)

53725

A

Question

  6406 = Who’s there?

Five Platonic Solids

(Saga Myth)

11110 = Jörð-Vatn-Loft-Eldr-Tími – Earth-Water-Air-Fire-Time

Personified

(Brennu-Njálssaga)

14943 = Mörðr-Grímr-Helgi-Skarpheðinn-Kári

Answer

  6677 = God With Us

End of Stratfordian’s Houre

On Stage of The Globe

  7596 = John the Baptist

– 7 = Death of Man-Beast of Seventh Day

  7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

53725

B

Man-Beast as

Holy Sepulchre

  5979 = Girth House – Orkney Islands Holy Sepulchre

43746 = Brennu-Njálssaga

  4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power

53752

C

Ten Sefiroth of

Kabbalah

35850 = En Sof’s Manifestation at Level of Man

4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power

Gylfaginning

Gangleri become:

  3310 = Fróðari – Wiser

Holy Name of JHWH

Restored in Creation

10565 = JHWH in Hebrew gematria, 10-5-6-5

53725

D

Man/Woman as Christ’s Churc

vs. The Gates of Hell

  1000 = Light of the World

Man/Woman

Christ’s Church

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

The Gates of Hell

  4119 = Ignorance

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland

End of Macbethian

Ideot’s Houre

4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power

-6529 = The Gates of Hell

FINIS

    100 = The End

53725

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