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Plato’s World Soul and Shakespeare Myth

© Gunnar Tómasson

9 February 2018

I. Definition of Plato’s World Soul

(Construction G.T.)

105113*

Three Values of π

(See 8 Feb., 2018)

28878 = The Same

20886 = The Other

Jacob’s Ladder

5015 = Eight Natural Notes Descending

5015 = Eight Natural Notes Ascending

The Zodiac

45319 = Twelve Houses**

105113

*The sum of 34 numerical values based on the tonal scale in Traditional Construction of the World Soul. (See p. 229, Plato´s Mathematical Imagination by Robert Brumbaugh.)

** Aquarius = 4956; Pisces = 3577; Aries = 2443; Taurus = 4611; Gemini = 2514; Cancer = 2589; Leo = 1392; Virgo = 3180; Libra = 1939; Scorpio = 4594; Sagittarius = 6729; Capricornus = 6795 = 45319

 

II. Edward Oxenford’s Imperfect Book

(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

III. Perfecting Edward Oxenford’s Book

(Construction G. T.)

511378

Deformed First Heire

(Venus and Adonis, 1593)

  9987 = TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE

20084 = Henrie Vvriothesley, Earle of Southampton,

8814 = and Baron of Titchfield.

21943 = Right Honourable, I know not how I shall offend

23463 = in dedicating my vnpolisht lines to your Lordship,

25442 = nor how the worlde vvill censure mee for choosing

25266 = so strong a proppe to support so vveake a burthen,

17161 = onelye if your Honour seeme but pleased,

13387 = I account my selfe highly praised,

18634 = and vowe to take aduantage of all idle houres,

23217 = till I haue honoured you vvith some grauer labour.

23437 = But if the first heire of my inuention proue deformed,

15796 = I shall be sorie it had so noble a god-father:

12970 = and neuer after eare so barren a land,

16690 = for feare it yeeld me still so bad a haruest,

17496 = l leaue it to your Honourable suruey,

18884 = and your Honor to your hearts content,

27199 = vvhich I wish may alvvaies answere your ovvne vvish,

17766 = and the vvorlds hopefull expectation.

11662 = Your Honors in all dutie,

9322 = William Shakespeare

Cosmic Time

25920 = Platonic Great Year

Transformation

 -6149 = Edward de Vere

7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

World Soul…

105113 = Platonic World Soul

…Perfected at

    874 = 874 A.D., Settlement of Iceland

511378

IV. Ben Jonson’s Perfect Book

(Epigrammes, 1616)

969686

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.

969686

V. Tyrant King – Stratfordian – Sweet Swan

(Construction G. T.)

48459

Norwegian King Harald the Fairhaired

6092 = Haraldr hárfagri – Iceland’s First Settlers were fleeing his Tyrannical Rule

Deformed First Heire of

William Shakespeare‘s Invention

-4000 = Dark Sword – Man-Beast

Baptismal Record

17252 = Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere

2602 = 26 April – 2nd month old-style

1564 = 1564 A.D.

Burial Record

10026 = Will Shakspere, gent.

2502 = 25 April

1616 = 1616 A.D.

Herald of New World

10805 = Sweet Swan of Avon

48459

III + IV + V = 511378 + 969686 + 48459 = 1529523

VI. To Draw no Envy (Shakespeare) on The Name,

Am I thus Ample to thy Booke, and Fame

(Ben Jonson, First Folio, 1623)

1529523

11150 = To the memory of my beloved,

5329 = The AVTHOR

10685 = Mr. William Shakespeare

867 = AND

9407 = what he hath left us.

 

17316 = To draw no envy (Shakespeare) on thy name,

13629 = Am I thus ample to thy Booke, and Fame:

20670 = While I confesse thy writings to be such,

19164 = As neither Man, nor Muse, can praise too much.

21369 = ‘Tis true, and all mens suffrage. But these wayes

20516 = Were not the paths I meant unto thy praise;

17686 = For seeliest Ignorance on these may light,

23213 = Which, when it sounds at best, but eccho’s right;

17565 = Or blinde Affection, which doth ne’re advance

19375 = The truth, but gropes, and urgeth all by chance;

18692 = Or crafty Malice, might pretend this praise,

19456 = And thinke to ruine, where it seem’d to raise.

18294 = These are, as some infamous Baud, or Whore,

23199 = Should praise a Matron: – What could hurt her more?

18170 = But thou art proofe against them, and indeed

16465 = Above th’ill fortune of them, or the need.

16324 = I, therefore, will begin. Soule of the Age!

20370 = The applause! delight! the wonder of our Stage!

18434 = My Shakespeare, rise! I will not lodge thee by

16611 = Chaucer or Spenser, or bid Beaumont lye

15597 = A little further, to make thee a roome:

17952 = Thou art a Moniment, without a tombe,

19673 = And art alive still, while thy Booke doth live,

19194 = And we have wits to read, and praise to give.

18259 = That I not mixe thee so, my braine excuses, –

22232 = I meane with great, but disproportion’d Muses;

19760 = For if I thought my judgement were of yeeres,

21584 = I should commit thee surely with thy peeres,

23104 = And tell, how farre thou didst our Lily out-shine,

19727 = Or sporting Kid, or Marlowes mighty line.

21016 = And though thou hadst small Latine, and lesse Greeke,

21296 = From thence to honour thee, I would not seeke

20635 = For names; but call forth thund’ring Æschilus,

14527 = Euripides, and Sophocles to us,

15939 = Paccuvius, Accius, him of Cordova dead,

15425 = To life againe, to heare thy Buskin tread

19665 = And shake a Stage: Or, when thy Sockes were on,

14842 = Leave thee alone for the comparison

18781 = Of all that insolent Greece or haughtie Rome

20033 = Sent forth, or since did from their ashes come.

21540 = Triumph, my Britaine, thou hast one to showe

18910 = To whom all Scenes of Europe homage owe.

14789 = He was not of an age, but for all time!

19879 = And all the Muses still were in their prime,

17867 = When, like Apollo, he came forth to warme

16143 = Our eares, or like a Mercury to charme!

19768 = Nature her selfe was proud of his designes,

18609 = And joy’d to weare the dressing of his lines!

22712 = Which were so richly spun, and woven so fit,

20715 = As, since, she will vouchsafe no other Wit.

16006 = The merry Greeke, tart Aristophanes,

22701 = Neat Terence, witty Plautus, now not please;

12944 = But antiquated, and deserted lye,

15906 = As they were not of Natures family.

17575 = Yet must I not give Nature all; Thy Art,

16885 = My gentle Shakespeare, must enjoy a part:

17709 = For though the Poets matter, Nature be,

16202 = His Art doth give the fashion. And, that he,

24373 = Who casts to write a living line, must sweat

18045 = (such as thine are) and strike the second heat

17403 = Upon the Muses anvile: turne the same,

19618 = (And himselfe with it) that he thinkes to frame;

16266 = Or, for the lawrell, he may gaine a scorne,

15633 = For a good Poet’s made, as well as borne.

21914 = And such wert thou. Looke how the fathers face

15715 = Lives in his issue, even so, the race

20651 = Of Shakespeares minde and manners brightly shines

17328 = In his well torned and true-filed lines:

15712 = In each of which, he seemes to shake a Lance,

14757 = As brandish’t at the eyes of Ignorance.

21616 = Sweet Swan of Avon! what a sight it were

17318 = To see thee in our waters yet appeare,

19678 = And make those flights upon the bankes of Thames,

14184 = That so did take Eliza and our James!

15161 = But stay, I see thee in the Hemisphere

14530 = Advanc’d, and made a Constellation there!

22500 = Shine forth, thou Starre of Poets, and with rage

19541 = Or influence, chide or cheere the drooping Stage;

24007 = Which, since thy flight frō hence, hath mourn’d like night,

18824 = And despaires day, but for thy Volumes light.

  4692 = BEN: IONSON

1529523

VII. To the Memory of my Beloved

(Ben Jonson, First Folio Ode)

37438

11150 = To the memory of my beloved,

5329 = The AVTHOR

10685 = Mr. William Shakespeare

867 = AND

9407 = what he hath left us.

37438

A

The Murder of Christopher Morley

37438

Hostess

5156 = Eleanor Bull

3003 = 30 May – 3rd month old-style

1593 = 1593 A.D.

Three Companions at slaying of

Beastly Christopher Morley

6429 = Ingram Frizer

6069 = Robert Poley

7470 = Nicholas Skeres

Coroner’s Inquest

(Non-Latin wrords)

4795 = le recknynge

3942 = nere the bed

Death by Own “Dagger“

-9838 = Christopher Morley

1000 = Light of the World, Incarnate

My Name is Will

4371 = Will I Am!

Will Un-Masked

-7936 = Edward Oxenford

11384 = Christopher Marlowe

37438

B

What he hath left us

Roman-Gnostic Myth

37438

Alpha

20087 = Magnus ab integro saeclorum nascitur ordo.*

7864 = Jesus Patibilis – The Passible Jesus¹

2487 = Anus – Seat of Man‘s Lower Emotions

Omega

7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God‘s Image

37438

* Virgil, Fourth Eclogue: The majestic roll of circling centuries begins anew.

***

Calculator for converting letters to cipher values is at:

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

¹ The Gnostic concept of Jesus Patibilis

….Jesus is here the god with the mission of revelation to man, a more specialized hypostasis or emanation of the Messenger, whose mission was to the captive Light in general and preceded the creation of man.  That it is he who makes Adam eat from the Tree of Knowledge explains the Christian accusation that the Manichaeans equated Christ with the serpent in Paradise.  Of the content of this revelation, the doctrine concerning „his own self cast into all things“ requires comment. It expresses the other aspect of this divine figure: in addition to being the source of all revelatory activity in the history of mankind, he is the personification of all the Light mixed into matter; that is, he is the suffering form of Primal Man.  This original and profound interpretation of the figure of Christ was an important article of the Manichaean creed and is known as the doctrine of the Jesus patibilis, the „passible Jesus“ who „hangs from every tree,“ „is served up bound in every dish,“ „every day is born, suffers, and dies.“ He is dispersed in all creation, but his most genuine realm and embodiment seems to be the vegetable world, that is, the most passive and the only innocent form of life.  Yet at the same time with the active aspect of his nature he is transmundane Nous who, coming from above, liberates this captive substance and continually until the end of the world collects it, i.e., himself, out of the physical dispersal.  (Hans Jonas, The Gnostic Religion – The Message of the Alien God and the Beginnings of Christianity, Second Edition, revised, Beacon Press, Boston, 1963, pp. 228-229)

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The Stratfordian as The Grave’s Living Monument

© Gunnar Tómasson

8 February 2018

Prologue

Platonic Construction of Saga-Shakespeare Myth

The astronomy of Plato is based on the two principles of the same and the other, which God combined in the creation of the world. The soul, which is compounded of the same, the other, and the essence, is diffused from the centre to the circumference of the heavens. We speak of a soul of the universe; but more truly regarded, the universe of the Timaeus is a soul, governed by mind, and holding in solution a residuum of matter or evil, which the author of the world is unable to expel, and of which Plato cannot tell us the origin. The creation, in Plato’s sense, is really the creation of order; and the first step in giving order is the division of the heavens into an inner and outer circle of the other and the same, of the divisible and the indivisible, answering to the two spheres, of the planets and of the world beyond them, all together moving around the earth, which is their centre.

Three Parts of Man‘s Soul

The soul of man is divided by [Plato] into three parts […] First, there is the immortal nature of which the brain is the seat, and which is akin to the soul of the universe. This alone thinks and knows and is the ruler of the whole. Secondly, there is the higher mortal soul which, though liable to perturbations of her own, takes the side of reason against the lower appetites. The seat of this is the heart, in which courage, anger, and all the nobler affections are supposed to reside. There the veins all meet; it is their centre or house of guard whence they carry the orders of the thinking being to the extremities of his kingdom. There is also a third or appetitive soul, which receives the commands of the immortal part, not immediately but mediately, through the liver, which reflects on its surface the admonitions and threats of the reason.

http://www.lundyisleofavalon.co.uk/texts/timaeus/plato%20timaeus5.htm

Working Hypothesis

Three Parts of the Soul = Three Values of π

3.141 5926 = Mathematical π

3.142 8571 = 22/7

3.160 4938 = 256/81

Definitions

The Same = 28878

3141 + 5926 + 3142 + 8571 + 3160 + 4938 = 28878

The Other = 20886

1413 + 6295 + 2413 + 1758 + 0613 + 8394 = 20886

 

Summary

1. At Birth, The Same aspect of Man‘s Soul

“is“ Crucified Light of the World

57540

A

16777 = THIS IS IESVS THE KING OF THE IEWES – Matt. 27:37

9442 = THE KING OF THE IEWES – Mark 15:26

13383 = THIS IS THE KING OF THE IEWES – Luke 23:38

17938 = IESVS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE IEWES – John 19:19

57540

2. The Stratfordian on the Stage of The Globe

“is“ The Grave‘s Living Monument

57540

B

28878 = The Same

Murder

 -7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God‘s Image

Baptismal Record

17252 = Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere

2602 = 26 April – 2nd month old-style

1564 = 1564 A.D.

Burial Record

10026 = Will Shakspere, gent.

2502 = 25 April

1616 = 1616 A.D.

FINIS

   100 = The End

57540

3. At The End, Christ Raises The Other‘s “Dead“ Self

– And Knowledge is Increased

57540

20886 = The Other

-1000 = Darkness

Cosmic Time

25920 = Platonic Great Year

Transformation

-6960 = Jarðlig skilning – Earthly Understanding

5596 = Andlig spekðin – Spiritual Wisdom

Brave New World – ´Tis new to thee

Old Stratfordian Dead and Buried

  7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

Crucified Light of the World

(John 19:30, KJB 1611)

  6098 = It is finished.

57540

***

I. This Graue Shall Haue A Liuing Monument

(Hamlet, Act V, Sc. i. First Folio)

1526160

14795 = Enter King, Queene, Laertes, and a Coffin,                                             

11234 = with Lords attendant.

Hamlet

25211 = The Queene, the Courtiers.  Who is that they follow,

20464 = And with such maimed rites?  This doth betoken,

21359 = The Coarse they follow, did with disperate hand,

18183 = Fore do it own life; ‘twas some Estate.

11265 = Couch we a while, and mark.

Laertes

9245 = What Cerimony else?

Hamlet

17308 = That is Laertes, a very Noble youth: Marke.

Laertes

9245 = What Cerimony else?

Priest

15468 = Her Obsequies haue bin as farre inlarg’d,

22452 = As we haue warrantis, her death was doubtfull,

20987 = And but that great Command, o’re-swaies the order,

19234 = She should in ground vnsanctified haue lodg’d,

20153 = Till the last Trumpet.  For charitable praier,

22950 = Shardes, Flints, and Peebles, should be throwne on her:

18602 = Yet heere she is allowed her Virgin Rites,

19186 = Her Maiden strewments, and the bringing home

6556 = Of Bell and Buriall.

Laertes

11392 = Must there no more be done?

Priest

5506 = No more be done:

18575 = We should prophane the seruice of the dead,

18696 = To sing sage Requiem, and such rest to her

11299 = As to peace-parted Soules.

Laertes

6572 = Lay her i’th’earth,

15782 = And from her faire and vnpolluted flesh,

22455 = May Violets spring.  I tell thee (churlish Priest)

16049 = A Ministring Angell shall my Sister be,

13712 = When thou liest howling?

Hamlet

9578 = What, the faire Ophelia?

Queene

16893 = Sweets to the sweet farewell.

20787 = I hop’d thou should’st haue bin my Hamlets wife:

19986 = I thought thy Bride-bed to haue deckt (sweet Maid)

14679 = And not t’haue strew’d thy Graue.

Laertes

8709 = Oh terrible woer,

17030 = Fall ten times trebble, on that cursed head

20799 = Whose wicked deed, thy most Ingenious sence

16703 = Depriu’d thee of.  Hold off the earth a while,

18402 = Till I haue caught her once more in mine armes:

7301 = Leaps in the graue.

20091 = Now pile your dust, vpon the quicke and dead,

17445 = Till of this flat a Mountaine you haue made,

17393 = To o’re top old Pelion, or the skyish head

8350 = Of blew Olympus.

Hamlet

12461 = What is he, whose griefes

23629 = Beares such an Emphasis?  whose phrase of Sorrow

23001 = Coniure the wandring Starres, and makes them stand

18570 = Like wonder-wounded hearers?  This is I,

5268 = Hamlet the Dane.

Laertes

10996 = The deuill take thy soule.

Hamlet           

12015 = Thou prai’st not well,

18106 = I prythee take thy fingers from my throat;

17682 = Sir though I am not Spleenatiue, and rash,

15081 = Yet haue I something in me dangerous,

20238= Which let thy wisenesse feare.  Away thy hand.

King

8864 = Pluck them asunder.

Queene

5292 = Hamlet, Hamlet.

Gen.

8686 = Good my Lord be quiet.

Hamlet

22215 = Why I will fight with him vppon this Theme.

17735 = Vntill my eielids will no longer wag.

Queene

10565 = Oh my Sonne, what Theame?

Hamlet

18566 = I lou’d Ophelia; fortie thousand Brothers

20789 = Could not (with all there quantitie of Loue)

21052 = Make vp my summe.  What wilt thou do for her?

King

7474 = Oh he is mad Laertes.

Queene

10837 = For loue of God forbeare him.

Hamlet

15197 = Come show me what thou’lt doe.

24160 = Woo’t weepe?  Woo’t fight?  Woo’t teare thy selfe?

16717 = Woo’t drinke vp Esile, eate a Crocodile?

18076 = Ile doo’t.  Dost thou come heere to whine;

17164 = To outface me with leaping in her Graue?

17604 = Be buried quicke with her, and so will I.

22394 = And if thou prate of Mountaines;  let them throw

19346 = Millions of Akers on vs; till our ground

18499 = Sindging his pate against the burning Zone,

18930 = Make Ossa like a wart.  Nay, and thoul’t mouth,

11523 = Ile rant as well as thou.

King

9645 = This is meere Madnesse:

20634 = And thus a while the fit will worke on him:

13082 = Anon as patient as the female Doue,

19336 = When that her golden Cuplet are disclos’d;

14939 = His silence will sit drooping.

Hamlet

5902 = Heare you Sir:

19681 = What is the reason that you vse me thus?

16419 = I loud you euer; but it is no matter:

15617 = Let Hercules himselfe doe what he may.

21572 = The Cat will Mew and Dogge will haue his day.  Exit.

King

17792 = I pray you good Horatio wait vpon him,

25074 = Strengthen your patience to our last nights speech,

20812 = Wee’l put the matter to the present push:

22917 = Good Gertrude set some watch ouer your Sonne,

17247 = This Graue shall haue a liuing Monument:

18352 = An houre of quiet shortly shall we see;

20326 = Till then, in patience our proceeding be.                         Exeunt.                       

1526160

II + III + IV = 948513 + 526846 + 50801 = 1526160

V + VI + VII = 954839 + 103099 + 468222 = 1526160

II. A New Play by William Shakespeare

 (Troilus and Cressida, 2nd Preface, 1609)

948513

16240 = Eternall reader, you have heere a new play,

13010 = never stal’d with the Stage,

23708 = never clapper-clawd with the palmes of the vulger,

16660 = and yet passing full of the palme comicall;

13201 = for it is a birth of your braine,

21808 = that never undertooke any thing commicall, vainely:

17249 = And were but the vaine names of commedies

25742 = changde for the titles of Commodities, or of Playes for Pleas;

17692 = you should see all those grand censors,

17625 = that now stile them such vanities,

21808 = flock to them for the maine grace of their gravities:

15928 = especially this authors Commedies,

11471 = that are so fram’d to the life,

17105 = that they serve for the most common

20281 = Commentaries of all the actions of our lives,

23403 = shewing such a dexteritie and power of witte,

30902 = that the most displeased with Playes, are pleasd with his Commedies.

21167 = And all such dull and heavy-witted worldlings,

20251 = as were never capable of the witte of a Commedie,

23426 = I by report of them to his representations,

13582 = have found that witte there

16494 = that they never found in themselves,

19072 = and have parted better-wittied then they came:

16531 = feeling an edge of witte set upon them,

22250 = more then ever they dreamd they had braine to grinde it on.

18999 = So much and such savored salt of witte

27095 = is in his Commedies, that they seeme (for their height of pleasure)

21928 = to be borne in that sea that brought forth Venus.

22553 = Amongst all there is none more witty then this:

16867 = And had I time I would comment upon it,

29490 = though I know it needs not, (for so much as will make you thinke

28055 = your testerne well bestowd) but for so much worth,

18241 = as even poore I know to be stuft in it.

11685 = It deserves such a labour,

22731 = as well as the best Commedy in Terence or Plautus.

15269 = And beleeve this, That when hee is gone,

24766 = and his Commedies out of sale, you will scramble for them,

17673 = and set up a new English Inquisition.

30450 = Take this for a warning, and at the perrill of your pleasures losse,

11736 = and Judgements, refuse not,

19867 = nor like this the lesse for not being sullied,

18871 = with the smoaky breath of the multitude;

24849 = but thanke fortune for the scape it hath made amongst you.

21313 = Since by the grand possessors wills, I beleeve,

22266 = you should have prayd for them rather then beene prayd.

14729 = And so I leave all such to bee prayd for

30720 = (for the states of their wits healths) that will not praise it.

 1754 = Vale.

948513

III. Francis Bacon‘s Last Letter/Dying Voice

(Easter Morning, 1626)

526846

14285 = To the Earle of Arundel and Surrey.

7470 = My very good Lord:

27393 = I was likely to have had the fortune of Caius Plinius the Elder,

19392 = who lost his life by trying an experiment

21445 = about the burning of the mountain Vesuvius.

27312 = For I was also desirous to try an experiment or two,

23426 = touching the conservation and induration of bodies.

27127 = As for the experiment itself, it succeeded excellently well;

19881 = but in the journey between London and Highgate,

18137 = I was taken with such a fit of casting,

20866 = as I knew not whether it were the stone,

24599 = or some surfeit of cold, or indeed a touch of them all three.

19809 = But when I came to your Lordship’s house,

20992 = I was not able to go back, and therefore was forced

10541 = to take up my lodging here,

27187 = where your housekeeper is very careful and diligent about me;

10692 = which I assure myself

24956 = your Lordship will not only pardon towards him,

14898 = but think the better of him for it.

21030 = For indeed your Lordship’s house is happy to me;

18831 = and I kiss your noble hands for the welcome

15120 = which I am sure you give me to it.

30197 = I know how unfit it is for me to write to your lordship

15772 = with any other hand than mine own;

32508 = but in troth my fingers are so disjointed with this fit of sickness,

12980 = that I cannot steadily hold a pen…

526826

IV. Fiat Lux – Let there be light

(Construction G. T.)

50801

A

Fiat Lux

Alpha

      1 = Monad

4177 = Fiat Lux

11445 = The time is out of yoint. (Hamlet, Act I, Sc. v.)

Omega

The Longest Word

14034 = honorificabilitudinitatibus

Marlowe – Stratfordian

14144 = Quod me nutrit me destruit.*

Man in God’s Image

7000 = Microcosmos

50801

* Will Shakspere gent, 25 April, 1616, as in

10026 + 2502 + 1616 = 14144

B

50801

Let there be  light.

Alpha

 7128 = Let there be light.

Venus and Adonis

(Ovid, Amores)

20165 = Vilia miretur vulgus; mihi flavus Apollo
16408 = Pocula Castalia plena ministret aqua.*

Omega
Man in God’s Image

 7000 = Microcosmos

FINIS

  100 = The End

50801

* Christopher Marlowe transl.:

Let base conceited wits admire vile things;

Fair Phoebus lead me to the Muses’ springs.

V. The Cat will Mew and Dogge will haue his day:

Pish for thee, Island dogge: thou prickeard cur of Island.

(Henry V, Act II, Sc. i – First Folio)

954839

 18650 = Enter Corporall Nym, and Lieutenant Bardolfe.

Bardolfe

11538 = Well met Corporall Nym.

Nym

15575 = Good morrow Lieutenant Bardolfe.

Bardolfe

20149 = What, are Ancient Pistoll and you friends yet?

Nym

14707 = For my part, I care not: I say little:

21416 = but when time shall serue, there shall be smiles,

10337 = but that shall be as it may.

25202 = I dare not fight, but I will winke and holde out mine yron:

16344 = it is a simple one, but what though?

21118 = It will toste Cheese, and it will endure cold,

20533 = as another mans sword will: and there‘s an end.

Bardolfe

21000 = I will bestow a breakfast to make you friendes,

21875 = and wee‘l bee all three sworne brothers to France:

13059 = Let‘t be so good Corporall Nym.

Nym

24719 = Faith, I will liue so long as I may, that‘s the certaine of it:

21189 = and when I cannot liue any longer, I will doe as I may:

20412 = That is my rest, that is the rendeuous of it.

Bardolfe

26274 = It is certaine, Corporall, that he is marryed, to Nell Quickly,

13966 = and certainly she did you wrong,

16922 = for you were troth-plight to her.

Nym

22102 = I cannot tell. Things must be as they may: men may sleepe,

23129 = and they may haue their throats about them at that time,

11631 = and some say, kniues haue edges:

19997 = It must be as it may, though patience be a tyred name,

22416 = yet shee will plodde, there must be Conclusions,

8961 = well, I cannot tell.

11335 = Enter Pistoll, & Quickly.

Bardolfe

17887 = Heere comes Ancient Pistoll and his wife:

13094 = good Corporall be patient heere.

15576 = How now mine Hoaste Pistoll?

Pistoll

13172 = Base Tyke, cal‘st thou mee Hoste,

20417 = now by this hand I sweare I scorne the terme:

11918 = nor shall my Nel keep Lodgers.

Hostess

10650 = No by my troth, not long:

21060 = For we cannot lodge and board a dozen or fourteene

27375 = Gentlewomen that liue honestly by the pricke of their Needles,

26394 = but it will bee thought we keepe a Bawdy-house straight.

16405 = O welliday Lady, if he be not hewne now,

24988 = we shall see wilful adultery and murther committed.

Bardolfe

21809 = Good Lieutenant, good Corporal offer nothing heere.

Nym

2380 = Pish.

Pistoll

23294 = Pish for thee, Island dogge: thou prickeard cur of Island.

Hostess

29119 = Good Corporall Nym shew thy valor, and put vp your sword.

Nym

21631 = Will you shogge off?  I would haue you solus.

Pistoll

15844 = Solus, egregious dog?  O Viper vile;

18253 = The solus in thy most meruailous face,

18417 = the solus in thy teeth, and in thy throate,

19009 = and in thy hatefull Lungs, yea in thy Maw perdy;

23119 = and which is worse, within thy nastie mouth.

23093 = I do retort the solus in thy bowels, for I can take,

24963 = and Pistols cocke is vp, and flashing fire will follow.

954839 

Background

The only mention of Iceland – Island – in the First Folio is found in the above line from a rowdy whorehouse scene in Henry V. And, as it happens, the Cipher Values of Tun Thin and James S. Duesenberry – former Harvard classmates – who triggered events that eventually caught tens of senior IMF, Harvard and U.S. and Iceland Government officials, in a moral dilemma appear as the fatal bait neatly lined up between the Cipher Values of The Mouse-trap and Island:

Pish for thee, Island dogge: thou prickeard cur of Island.

23294

7302 = The Mouse-trap

4734 = Tun Thin

8566 = James S. Duesenberry

  2692 = Island

23294

***

VI. The Whorehouse Rock

(Construction G. T.)

103099

23294 = Pish for thee, Island dogge: thou prickeard cur of Island.

13031 = International Monetary Fund

8566 = James S. Duesenberry

9948 = Harvard University

Whorehouse kicks

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

103099

VII. 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

Right Measure of Man

Persecuted

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Modes of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Jesting Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

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

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

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

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

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

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

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

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

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíd Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurdsson – Minister of Commerce

5940 = Jónas H. Haralz – World Bank Executive Director

Other Iceland

6648 = Jóhannes Nordal – Central Bank Governor

8864 = Bjarni Bragi Jónsson – Central Bank Chief Economist

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

9720 = Matthías Jóhannessen – Editor, Morgunblaðið

Other

10989 = Orenthal James Simpson

8015 = John & Patsy Ramsey

4953 = Osama bin Laden

Violent Crimes

3586 = Murder

 

6899 = Nicole Brown

4948 = Ron Goldman

6100 = Brentwood

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

1994 = 1994 A.D.

 

3718 = Jonbenet

3503 = Boulder

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

1996 = 1996 A.D.

 

5557 = The Pentagon

9596 = World Trade Center

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

2001 = 2001 A.D.

Other

7920 = Excelsior Hotel

5060 = Paula Jones

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

1991 = 1991 A.D.

4014 = Kiss it!

 

8486 = The White House

7334 = Kathleen Willey

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

1993 = 1993 A.D.

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

 

6045 = The Oval Office

8112 = Monica Lewinsky

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

1995 = 1995 A.D.  = 438097¹

468222

VIII. The Mouse-trap

(Hamlet, Act III, Sc. ii. First folio.)

515600

 7583 = Enter Lucianus.

Hamlet

19072 = This is one Lucianus nephew to the King.

Ophelia

12427 = You are a good Chorus, my Lord.

Hamlet

21348 = I could interpret betweene you and your loue:

14896 = if I could see the Puppets dallying.

Ophelia

12893 = You are keene my Lord, you are keene.

Hamlet

20845 = It would cost you a groaning, to take off my edge.

Ophelia

11861 = Still better and worse.

Hamlet

11226 = So you mistake Husbands.

19156 = Begin Murderer.  Pox, leaue thy damnable Faces, and begin.

21025 = Come, the croaking Rauen doth bellow for Reuenge.

Lucianus

11065 = Thoughts blacke, hands apt,

11381 = Drugges fit, and Time agreeing:

18259 = Confederate season, else, no Creature seeing:

22354 = Thou mixture ranke, of Midnight Weeds collected,

20066 = With Hecats ban, thrice blasted, thrice infected,

16669 = Thy naturall Magicke, and dire propertie,

17501 = On wholsome life, vsurpe immediately.

 

15543 = Powres the poyson in his eares.

Hamlet

16634 = He poysons him i’th Garden for’s estate:

7711 = His name’s Gonzago:

21814 = the Story is extant and writ in choyce Italian.

7610 = You shall see anon

24793 = how the Murtherer gets the loue of Gonzago’s wife.

Ophelia

6561 = The King rises.

Hamlet

14245 = What, frighted with false fire.

Queene

8414 = How fares my Lord?

Polonius

6848 = Giue o’re the Play.

King

10045 = Giue me some Light.  Away.

All

14262 = Lights, Lights, Lights.                       Exeunt.

 

8919 = Manet Hamlet & Horatio.

Hamlet

17145 = Why let the strucken Deere go weepe,

8782 = The Hart vngalled play:

22955 = For some must watch, while some must sleepe;

13692 = So runnes the world away.

515600

IX. Some must watch, while some must sleepe;

So runnes the world away.

(Construction G. T.)

515600

Venus and Adonis

(Ovid, Amores)

20165 = Vilia miretur vulgus; mihi flavus Apollo
16408 = Pocula Castalia plena ministret aqua.*

Base Conceited Wits at Play

468222 = Abomination of Desolation

Herald of New World

10805 = Sweet Swan of Avon

515600

* Christopher Marlowe transl.:

Let base conceited wits admire vile things;

Fair Phoebus lead me to the Muses’ springs.

***

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.

 

 

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Plato on Human and Spiritual Evolution

© Gunnar Tómasson

5 February 2018

I. The Muse first of all Inspires Men Herself

(Plato, ION, Jowett transl.)

501129

Socrates

29719 = The gift which you possess of speaking excellently about Homer

25198 = is not an art, but, as I was just saying, an inspiration;

13840 = there is a divinity moving you,

27382 = like that contained in the stone which Euripides calls a magnet,

24798 = but which is commonly known as the stone of Heraclea.

20798 = This stone not only attracts iron rings,

32678 = but also imparts to them a similar power of attracting other rings;

25108 = and sometimes you may see a number of pieces of iron and rings

26048 = suspended from one another so as to form quite a long chain:

33530 = and all of them derive their power of suspension from the original stone.

24540 = In like manner the Muse first of all inspires men herself;

31742 = and from these inspired persons a chain of other persons is suspended,

12603 = who take the inspiration.

31940 = For all good poets, epic as well as lyric, compose their beautiful poems

29355 = not as works of art, but because they are inspired and possessed.

29910 = And as the Corybantian revellers when they dance are not in their minds,

20769 = so the lyric poets are not in their right mind

23182 = when they are composing their beautiful strains;

24168 = but when falling under the power of music and metre

13821 = they are inspired and possessed.“

501129

And from these inspired persons a chain of other persons

is suspended, who take the inspiration

II + III = 343085 + 158044 = 501129

IV + V = 285527 + 215602 = 501129

VI + VII = 487010 + 14119 = 501129

VIII + IX = 444390 + 56739 = 501129

X + XI = 468222 + 32907 = 501129

II. In the beginning Almighty God created Heaven and Earth

(Snorri Sturluson, Edda, Preface, Ch. 1)

343085

24844 = Almáttigr Guð skapaði í upphafi himin ok jörð ok alla þá hluti,

24337 = er þeim fylgja, ok síðast menn tvá, er ættir eru frá komnar,

4148 = Adam ok Evu,

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

21027 = En er fram liðu stundir, þá ójafnaðist mannfólkit.

17122 = Váru sumir góðir ok rétttrúaðir,

22531 = en miklu fleiri snerust eftir girnðum heimsins

9616 = ok órækðu guðs boðorð,

20526 = ok fyrir því drekkði guð heiminum í sjóvargangi

16940 = ok öllum kykvendum heimsins nema þeim,

10481 = er í örkinni váru með Nóa.

20891 = Eftir Nóaflóð lifðu átta menn, þeir er heiminn byggðu,

18960 = ok kómu frá þeim ættir, ok varð enn sem fyrr,

19140 = at þá er fjölmenntist ok byggðist veröldin,

15621 = þá var þat allr fjölði mannfólksins,

23292 = er elskaði ágirni fjár ok metnaðar, en afrækðust guðs hlýðni,

23998 = ok svá mikit gerðist at því, at þeir vildu eigi nefna guð.

16386 = En hverr myndi þá frá segja sonum þeira

10830 = frá guðs stórmerkjum?

343085

Translation – Internet

In the beginning God created heaven and earth and all those things which are in them; and last of all, two of human kind, Adam and Eve, from whom the races are descended. And their offspring multiplied among themselves and were scattered throughout the earth. But as time passed, the races of men became unlike in nature: some were good and believed on the right; but many more turned after the lusts of the world and slighted God‘s command. Wherefore, God drowned the world in a swelling of the sea, and all living things, save them alone that were in the ark with Noah. After Noah‘s flood eight of mankind remained alive, who peopled the earth; and the races descended from them. And it was even as before: when the earth was full of folk and inhabited of many, then all the multitude of mankind began to love greed, wealth, and worldly honor, but neglected the worship of God. Now accordingly it came to so evil a pass that they would not name God; and who then could tell their sons of God‘s mighty wonders?

 

III. Eight Men and God‘s Mighty Wonders

(Construction G. T.)

158044

Eight Men

4946 = Socrates

1654 = ION

3412 = Platon

14209 = Quintus Horatius Flaccus

12337 = Publius Virgilius Maro

11999 = Sextus Propertius

11249 = Publius Ovidius Naso

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

Who could tell their sons of God‘s Mighty Wonders

Alpha

   -1000 = Darkness

Storyteller‘s

      677 = EK – Icel. for EGO

Mouth and Tongue

(Edda Uppsalabók)

18613 = Munnrinn ok tungan er leikvöllr orðanna.

22777 = Á þeim velli eru reistir stafir þeir, er mál allt gera,

14347 = ok hendir málit ýmsa svá til at jafna

24365 = sem hörpu strengir eða eru læster lyklar í simphonie.

Omega

7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God‘s Image

  100 = The End

158044

Literal Translation – G. T.

The mouth and the tongue is playfield of the words. On that field are raised those letters that create all speech, and some may liken the speech to harp strings or keys locked in a symphony.

IV + V = 285527 + 215602 = 501129

 IV. Saga Myth

(Sturla Þórðarson)

285527

22157 = Maðr hét Hafliði Höskuldsson, bróðir Sighvats auðga.

21725 = Hann dreymdi um vetrinn eftir jól, þá er Melaför var,

18001 = at hann var úti staddr á Kolbeinsstöðum, –

13328 = þar átti hann heima í Haugatungu.

19628 = Hann sá, at leikr var sleginn þar skammt frá garði

10106 = ok váru karlar einir at.

9126 = Þat var knattleikr.

15236 = Þá gekk gráklæddr maðr mikill ofan frá Mýdal,

12826 = ok biðu þeir þess at leiknum.

11030 = Þeir fréttu hann at nafni.

3283 = Hann kvað:

 

4362 = Kár kalla mik.

6156 = Emk kominn heðra

5002 = heim at skelfa

5010 = ok hugi manna,

6168 = borgir brjóta

5604 = ok boga sveigja,

3570 = elda at auka

3321 = ok aga kynda.

 

9425 = „Eða hví leikið þér nú eigi?”

14519 = Þeir kváðust engan hafa knöttinn.

2474 = „Hér er,”

16924 = segir hann ok brá steini undan kuflinum

8928 = ok laust einn til bana.

16145 = Síðan tók hverr af öðrum þann stein –

21455 = ok börðust með, en allir fellu þeir, er fyrir urðu.

285527

Translation – G. T.

A man was named Hafliði Höskuldsson, brother of Sighvatr the wealthy. In winter before Jule he dreamt that he was outside at Kolbeinsstaðir, where he lived at Haugatunga. He saw that men were playing game close by. It was a ball game. Then a huge gray-clad man walked down from Mýdalr, and they waited for him at the game. They asked about his name. He replied:

They call me Kárr.

I have come here

To terrify the world

And the minds of men,

Break cities

And bend bows,

Set fires

And ignite discipline.

”Or why don’t you play now?” The said they had no ball. ”Here is,” he said, and brandished a stone from under his cloak and struck one of them dead. Then one after another took that stone – and fought with it, and all fell dead who encountered it.

 

 V. Saga-Shakespeare Myth

(Construction G.T.)

215602

105113 = Platonic World Soul

 

4946 = Socrates

1654 = ION

3412 = Platon

14209 = Quintus Horatius Flaccus

12337 = Publius Virgilius Maro

11999 = Sextus Propertius

11249 = Publius Ovidius Naso

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

9814 = Sturla Þórðarson

29510 = A, B

215602

A

Saga Myth

29510

Alpha

  20087 = Magnus ab integro saeclorum nascitur ordo. – Virgil, Fourth Eclogue*

888 = IESOUS – Greek gematria value.

Omega

         -7 = Man-Beast of Seventh Day

    8542 = Consciousness. Also: Bók þessi heitir Edda. – This book is named Edda.

29510

* The majestic roll of circling centuries begins anew.

B

Shakespeare Myth

29510

1000 = Light of the World

Three Companions at slaying of

Beastly Christopher Morley

6429 = Ingram Frizer

7470 = Nicholas Skeres

6069 = Robert Poley

Marlowe’s Dagger

8542 = Consciousness

29510

VI + VII = 487010 + 14119 = 501129

VI. First Praise of Shakespeare and His Works

(Francis Meres, Palladis Tamia, 1598)

487010

29693 = As the soule of Euphorbus was thought to liue in Pythagoras:

29189 = so the sweete wittie soule of Ouid liues in mellifluous &

10860 = hony-tongued Shakespeare,

13942 = witnes his Venus and Adonis,

26624 = his Lucrece, his sugred Sonnets among his priuate friends,

100 = & c.

 

18593 = As Plautus and Seneca are accounted the best

15496 = for Comedy and Tragedy among the Latines:

12652 = so Shakespeare among ye English

21891 = is the most excellent in both kinds for the stage;

24098 = for Comedy, witnes his Ge’tleme’ of Verona, his Errors,

22072 = his Loue labors lost, his Loue labours wonne,

21969 = his Midsummers night dreame, & his Merchant of Venice:

19872 = for Tragedy, his Richard the 2.  Richard the 3.  Henry the 4.       

23346 = King John, Titus Andronicus and his Romeo and Juliet.

 

9412 = As Epius Stolo said,

26151 = that the Muses would speak with Plautus tongue,

15096 = if they would speak Latin: so I say

29618 = that the Muses would speak with Shakespeares fine filed phrase,

12778 = if they would speake English.

 

23379 = As Musæus, who wrote the loue of Hero and Leander,

22368 = had two excellent schollers, Thamaras & Hercules:

18917 = so hath he in England two excellent Poets,

21519 = imitators of him in the same argument and subiect,

17375 = Christopher Marlow and George Chapman.

487010

 

VII. The Hebrew, Greek and Latin Aspect

(Construction G. T.)

14119

Tri-Unite Man

      7 = Hebrew Man of Seventh Day

 

4946 = Socrates

1654 = ION

3412 = Platon

 

4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power – Coming of Christ

  100 = The End

14119

VIII + IX = 444390 + 56739 = 501129

 

VIII. The Augustan Framework

(Francis Meres, Palladis Tamia, cont.)

444390

Alpha

Horace‘s Monument

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.

Omega

Ovid‘s Metamorphoses

20809 = Iamque opus exegi, quod nec Iovis ira nec ignis

20812 = nec poterit ferrum nec edax abolere vetustas.

23327 = Cum volet, illa dies, quae nil nisi corporis huius

18460 = ius habet, incerti spatium mihi finiat aevi:

19235 = parte tamen meliore mei super alta perennis

20738 = astra ferar, nomenque erit indelebile nostrum,

22001 = quaque patet domitis Romana potentia terris,

17657 = ore legar populi, perque omnia saecula fama,

18369 = siquid habent veri vatum praesagia, vivam.

444390

Translation – Horace

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.

 

Translation – Ovid

(By Horace Gregory)

And now the measure of my song is done:

The work has reached its end; the book is mine,

None shall unwrite these words: nor angry Jove,

Nor war, nor fire, nor flood,

Nor venomous time that eats our lives away.

Then let that morning come, as come it will,

When this disguise I carry shall be no more,

And all the treacherous years of life undone,

And yet my name shall rise to heavenly music,

The deathless music of the circling stars.

As long as Rome is the Eternal City

These lines shall echo from the lips of men,

As long as poetry speaks truth on earth,

That immortality is mine to wear.

(The Metamorphoses, Mentor Books, 1960, p. 441)

IX. Foreuer, O LORD, thy Word is setled in heauen.

(Psalm 119:89, King James Bible 1611)

56739

 6862 = Foreuer, O LORD,

13070 = thy Word is setled in Heauen.

LORD

1213 = EGO – EK in Icelandic

LORD’s WORD

1000 = Light of the World

Saga-Shakespeare

DISCIPLES

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

9814 = Sturla Þórðarson

5385 = Francis Bacon

7936 = Edward Oxenford

FINIS

  100 = The End

56739

X + XI = 468222 + 32907 = 501129

X. Abomination of Desolation

(Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands = 30125

Right Measure of Man

Persecuted

 8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Modes of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Jesting Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

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

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

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

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

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

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

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

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

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíd Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurdsson – Minister of Commerce

5940 = Jónas H. Haralz – World Bank Executive Director

Other Iceland

6648 = Jóhannes Nordal – Central Bank Governor

8864 = Bjarni Bragi Jónsson – Central Bank Chief Economist

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

9720 = Matthías Jóhannessen – Editor, Morgunblaðið

Other

10989 = Orenthal James Simpson

8015 = John & Patsy Ramsey

4953 = Osama bin Laden

Violent Crimes

3586 = Murder

 

6899 = Nicole Brown

4948 = Ron Goldman

6100 = Brentwood

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

1994 = 1994 A.D.

 

3718 = Jonbenet

3503 = Boulder

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

1996 = 1996 A.D.

 

5557 = The Pentagon

9596 = World Trade Center

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

2001 = 2001 A.D.

Other

7920 = Excelsior Hotel

5060 = Paula Jones

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

1991 = 1991 A.D.

4014 = Kiss it!

 

8486 = The White House

7334 = Kathleen Willey

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

1993 = 1993 A.D.

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

 

6045 = The Oval Office

8112 = Monica Lewinsky

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

1995 = 1995 A.D.  = 438097¹

468222

XI. Human and Spiritual Evolution

(Construction G. T.)

32907

A

Prince Hamlet

18050 = To be or not to be; that is the Quest, ION.

-1000 = Darkness

Antike Roman

5321 = Romulus

3436 = Remus

End of Quest

 7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image

   100 = The End

32709

B

From Monad to William Shakespeare

Alpha

      1 = Monad

1000 = Light of the World

345 = Soul’s Foundation

7645 = Sol Invictus

Omega

 4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power – Coming of Christ

10594 = Sir Francis Bacon, Knight

9322 = William Shakespeare

32907

C

The Muse as Instructor

(Gylfaginning)

32907

 1000 = Light of the World

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

Strife

432 = Right Measure of Man

666 = Man- Beast

Hell

6529 = The Gates of Hell

Homecoming

3270 = Gangleri

  100 = The End

32907

***

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.

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Saga-Shakespeare Myth and Christ’s Church

© Gunnar Tómasson

28 January 2018

Vpon this rocke I will build my Church

and the gates of hell shall not preuaile against it.

 (Matt.16:13-20, King James Bible 1611) 

Overview

The Murder of Snorri Sturluson on autumnal equinox, 23 September 1241, marks Alpha of the building of Christ‘s Church within the conceptual framework of Ancient Creation Myth, where MAN (Penis) is the procreative tool of Cosmic Creative Power.

The Murder denotes the Rising,  Shaking and Falling of MAN whose seed fertilizes a FIELD (Womb of Mother Earth). A MAN‘s Blood spilled at sowing time nourishes the seed until harvest time.

The sowing stands for Heaven and Earth coming together to Create a Brave New World in the fullness of Time.  In Saga-Shakespeare Myth the Story is “told“ in what Snorri Sturluson termed “hidden poetry“. That is, in terms of numerical values of written texts where each letter of the alphabet has a given, constant Cipher Value.  In addition, the Cipher Values of certain concepts – Light, 1000, Flaming Sword, 4000 etc. – are similarly constant but determined independently.

“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.“ A fundamental explanatory concept for such “things“ spoken of by Prince Hamlet is the Platonic concept of World Soul alias Our Ever-living Poet of the Dedication of Shakespeares Sonnets.

The essence of what Sturla Þórðarson (d. 1284) conveys in Section I cannot be inferred from the text – and I have not translated it – but its Cipher Value (872813) is a reference value for placing the texts in II-VIII within a structured format, unsealing thereby previously”hidden poetry”.

***

I. The Murder of Snorri Sturluson

(Saga of Icelanders, Ch. 151)

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

II. Snorri Sturluson – [félauss – had no money]

 (Saga of Icelanders, Ch. 10)

264573

18562 = Snorri Sturluson fæddist upp í Odda

13745 = með Jóni Loftssyni, meðan hann lifði.

19121 = Var Snorri þá nítján vetra, er Jón andaðist.

19065 = Var hann þá með Sæmundi, fóstbróður sínum,

29224 = þar til er þeir Þórðr Sturluson báðu til handa honum Herdísar,

16623 = dóttur Bersa ins auðga frá Borg á Mýrum.

13348 = Hann átti átta hundruð hundraða.

11659 = En Snorri var þá félauss,

21920 = því at móðir hans hafði eytt fjórum tigum hundraða,

14867 = þeim er hann tók eftir föður sinn.

21595 = Lagði Guðný þá Hvammsland til kvánarmundar Snorra

13019 = ok var brúðkaup þeira í Hvammi.

21100 = Var mælt, at Snorri skyldi eiga bú við móður sína.

18983 = En þau Herdís fóru um haustit suðr í Odda

  11742 = ok sátu þar um vetrinn.

264573

Snorri Sturluson was brought up in Oddi with Jón Loftsson while he lived. Jón died when Snorri was nineteen. Then he stayed with his foster-brother Sæmundr until he and Þórðr Sturluson arranged for his marriage to Herdís, daughter of Bersi the wealthy from Borg at Mýrar. He had ample money. But Snorri was then without any money because his mother had used up the substantial sum of money left him by his father. His mother Guðný then gave him the Hvammur estate as a wedding gift and the wedding was held at Hvammur. It had been arranged that Snorri and his mother should have joint household. But in the fall Snorri and Herdís went south to Oddi and remained there during the winter.

III. Gunnarr Hámundarson – [vel auðigr at fé – had ample money]

(Njála,  Ch. 19 – M)

317801

20321 = Gunnarr Hámundarson bjó á Hlíðarenda í Fljótshlíð.

23437 = Hann var mikill maðr vexti ok sterkr, manna bezt vígr;

17301 = hann hjó með báðum höndum ok skaut, ef hann vildi,

28601 = ok hann vá svá skjótt með sverði, at þrjú þóttu á lopti at sjá.

10596 = Hann skaut manna bezt af boga

14422 = ok hæfði allt þat, er hann skaut til;

18462 = hann hljóp meir en hæð sína með öllum herklæðum,

15628 = ok eigi skemmra aptr en fram fyrir sik;

10481 = hann var syndr sem selr,

23565 = ok eigi var sá leikr, at nökkurr þyrfti við hann at keppa,

20774 = ok hefir svá verit sagt, at engi væri hans jafningi.

17612 = Hann var vænn at yfirliti ok ljóslitaðr,

16736 = réttnefjaðr ok hafit upp í framanvert,

16445 = bláeygr ok snareygr ok roði í kinnunum;

12639 = hárit mikit, gult, ok fór vel.

19824 = Manna kurteisastr var hann, harðgörr í öllu,

21519 = fémildr ok stilltr vel, vinfastr ok vinavandr;

9438 = hann var vel auðigr at fé.

317801

Gunnar Hámundarson lived at Hlidarend, in Fljotshlid. He was a tall, powerful man, outstandingly skilful with arms. He could strike or throw with either hand, and his sword-strokes were so fast that he seemed to be brandishing three swords at once. He was excellent at archery, and his arrows never missed their mark. He could jump more than his own height in full armour, and just as far backwards as forwards. He could swim like a seal. There was no sport at which anyone could even attempt to compete with him. It has been said that there was never been his equal. He was a handsome man, with fair skin and a straight nose slightly tilted at the tip. He had keen blue eyes, red cheeks, and a fine head of thick flaxen hair. He was extremely well-bred, fearless, generous, and even-tempered, faithful to his friends but careful in his choice of them. He was prosperous. [Literally: He was quite wealthy in terms of money.]

IV. Njáll Þorgeirsson – [vel auðigr at fé – had ample money]

(Njála, Ch. 20 – M)

155251

15754 = Njáll bjó at Bergþórshváli í Landeyjum;

14323 = annat bú átti hann í Þórólfsfelli.

16281 = Hann var vel auðigr at fé ok vænn at áliti,

8400 = honum óx eigi skegg.

21741 = Hann var lögmaðr svá mikill, at engi fannsk hans jafningi,

19901 = vitr var hann ok forspár, heilráðr ok góðgjarn,

17381 = ok varð allt at ráði, þat er hann réð mönnum,

20260 = hógværr ok drenglyndr, langsýnn ok langminnigr;

21210 = hann leysti hvers manns vandræði, er á hans fund kom.

155251

Njáll lived a Bergthorsknoll in the Land-Isles. He also owned another farm at Thorolfsfell.  He was wealthy [literally: [Literally: He was quite wealthy in terms of money.], but he had one peculiarity: he could not grow a beard. He was so skilled in law that no man was considered his equal. He was a wise and prescient man. His advice was sound and benevolent, and always turned out well for those who followed it. He was a gentle man of great integrity; he remembered the past and discerned the future, and solved the problems of any man who came to him for help.

II + III + IV + V/VI = 264573 + 317801 + 155251 + 135188 = 872813

VI + VII = 394811 + 478002 = 872813

V. Abomination of Desolation – All Stratfordian’s Yesterdays

(Contemporary history – Myth)

135188

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland

Right Measure of Man

Persecuted

 8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Modes of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

My Name is Will

 3331 = Will

1000 = Light of the World

-4000 = Dark Sword – Man-Beast

Stratfordian

Baptism

17252 = Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere

2602 = 26 April – 2nd month old-style

1564 = 1564 A.D.

Burial

10026 = Will Shakspere

2502 = 25 April

1616 = 1616 A.D.

135188

***

Background

Gunnar now rode to see Njal, who welcomed him warmly. They went aside at once to talk, and Gunnar said, ”I have come to you for some good advice.”

”I have many friends who deserve good advice from me,” said Njal. ”But for you I think I would try hardest of all.”

”I want you to know,” said Gunnar, ”that I have taken over Unnur’s dowry-claim against Hrut.”

”That is a very difficult task,” said Njal, ”and it could have dangerous consequences. Nevertheless, I shall give you the advice that seems to me most promising; it will work out well if you follow it in every detail, but if you don’t, your life will be in danger.”

”I shall not deviate from it at all,” said Gunnar.

Njal was silent for a while. Then he said, ”I have thought it over, and this will work out well…” (Magnus Magnusson and Hermann Palsson, Njal’s Saga, Penguin Classics, 1960, p. 75.)

 

He [Gunnar] went to see Njal and told him that his advice had worked out well. (p. 80)

***

VI. Njáll’s Advice and Saga-Shakespeare Myth

(Brennu-Njálssaga, Chs. 21 and 22)

135188

Njáll’s Advice

14660 = „Hugsat hefi ek málit, ok mun þat duga.” – I have thought it over, and that will suffice

20387 = „Stefni ek handseldri sök Unnar Marðardóttur.” – I serve summons on behalf of U.M.

100141 = A, B, and C

135188

A

100141

Moses, Christ and Light of the World

3222 = Moses

4335 = Kristr – Christ, 13th century Icelandic

1000 = Light of the World

Njáll’s Farm

7196 = Bergþórshváll

Augustan-Saga-Shakespeare Authors

84288

14209 = Quintus Horatius Flaccus

12337 = Publius Virgilius Maro

11999 = Sextus Propertius

11249 = Publius Ovidius Naso

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

9814 = Sturla Þórðarson

7936 = Edward Oxenford

5385 = Francis Bacon

FINIS

 100 = The End

100141

B

100141

Fiat Lux

7128 = Let there be light.

And there was light

7725 = Metamorphosis

1000 = Light of the World

84288 = Augustan-Saga-Shakespeare Authors (A)

100141

C

100141

Bacon, like Moses, led us forth at last

(Cowley, To The Royal Society)

15954 = Bacon, like Moses, led us forth at last,

14024 = The barren wilderness he past,

11611 = Did on the very border stand

10762 = Of the blest promis‘d land,

21661 = And from the mountain‘s top of his exalted wit,

15154 = Saw it himself, and shew’d us it.

Bacon‘s Exalted Wit

1000 = Light of the World

Saw it himself

4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power

And shew‘d us it

    5975 = Simon Peter

100141

VII. Vpon this rocke I will build my Church:

and the gates of hell shall not preuaile against it.

 (Matt.16:13-20, King James Bible 1611)

394811

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

24422 = And I will giue vnto thee the keyes of the kingdome of heauen:

27217 = and whatsoeuer thou shalt bind on earth, shall be bound in heauen:

28617 = whatsoeuer thou shalt loose on earth, 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.

394811

VIII. Abomination of Desolation¹

(Contemporary history)

478002

Meeting with Njáll

 804 = 8 June – 4th month old-style

1976 = 1976 A.D.

7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image = 9780

The Gates of Hell

  13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands = 30125

Right Measure of Man

Persecuted

 8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Modes of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Jesting Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

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

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

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

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

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

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

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

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

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíd Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurdsson – Minister of Commerce

5940 = Jónas H. Haralz – World Bank Executive Director

Other Iceland

6648 = Jóhannes Nordal – Central Bank Governor

8864 = Bjarni Bragi Jónsson – Central Bank Chief Economist

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

9720 = Matthías Jóhannessen – Editor, Morgunblaðið

Other

10989 = Orenthal James Simpson

8015 = John & Patsy Ramsey

4953 = Osama bin Laden

Violent Crimes

3586 = Murder

 

6899 = Nicole Brown

4948 = Ron Goldman

6100 = Brentwood

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

1994 = 1994 A.D.

 

3718 = Jonbenet

3503 = Boulder

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

1996 = 1996 A.D.

 

5557 = The Pentagon

9596 = World Trade Center

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

2001 = 2001 A.D.

Other

7920 = Excelsior Hotel

5060 = Paula Jones

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

1991 = 1991 A.D.

4014 = Kiss it!

 

8486 = The White House

7334 = Kathleen Willey

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

1993 = 1993 A.D.

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

 

6045 = The Oval Office

8112 = Monica Lewinsky

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

1995 = 1995 A.D.  = 438097¹

478002

***

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Blóð Krists: Rætur íslenzkrar menningar

© Gunnar Tómasson

28. janúar 2018

Prologus

Steinn Steinarr

 (Ferð án fyrirheits, 1942)

Ný för að Snorra Sturlusyni

Það dimmir enn af þínu banablóði,

og böðulshöndin reiðir öxi á loft.

Menn frömdu dauðasynd með sögu og ljóði,

þess sáust fjölmörg dæmi víða og oft.

 

Nú allt er kyrrt og allar tungur hljóðar,

og yfir mannlaus torg rís svipur þinn.

Hve undarlegt að valdsmenn vorrar þjóðar

vökvuðu skáldablóði feril sinn.

 

Í rökkrið kalt og reimt mín augu stara:

Hér rennur blóð þess manns, sem dýrast kvað.

Og enn í kvöld ég sé með svikráð fara

sjö tugi þekktra manna í Reykholts hlað.

 

Og þó. Sú böðulshönd, sem höggið greiðir,

hún hæfir aldrei það, sem mest er vert.

Því hvert eitt skáld til sigurs líf sitt leiðir,

hve lengi og mjög sem á þess hlut er gert.

***

I. Víg Snorra Sturlusonar

(Íslendingasaga, 151. k.)

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

II + III + IV + V + VI = 264573 + 317801 + 155251 + 95449 + 39739 = 872813

VII + VIII = 394811 + 478002 = 872813

II. Snorri Sturluson kynntur til sögu félauss

(Íslendingasaga, 10. kafli)

264573

18562 = Snorri Sturluson fæddist upp í Odda

13745 = með Jóni Loftssyni, meðan hann lifði.

19121 = Var Snorri þá nítján vetra, er Jón andaðist.

19065 = Var hann þá með Sæmundi, fóstbróður sínum,

29224 = þar til er þeir Þórðr Sturluson báðu til handa honum Herdísar,

16623 = dóttur Bersa ins auðga frá Borg á Mýrum.

13348 = Hann átti átta hundruð hundraða.

11659 = En Snorri var þá félauss,

21920 = því at móðir hans hafði eytt fjórum tigum hundraða,

14867 = þeim er hann tók eftir föður sinn.

21595 = Lagði Guðný þá Hvammsland til kvánarmundar Snorra

13019 = ok var brúðkaup þeira í Hvammi.

21100 = Var mælt, at Snorri skyldi eiga bú við móður sína.

18983 = En þau Herdís fóru um haustit suðr í Odda

11742 = ok sátu þar um vetrinn.

264573

III. Gunnarr á Hlíðarenda vel auðigr at fé

(Njála, 19. kafli – M)

317801

20321 = Gunnarr Hámundarson bjó á Hlíðarenda í Fljótshlíð.

23437 = Hann var mikill maðr vexti ok sterkr, manna bezt vígr;

17301 = hann hjó með báðum höndum ok skaut, ef hann vildi,

28601 = ok hann vá svá skjótt með sverði, at þrjú þóttu á lopti at sjá.

10596 = Hann skaut manna bezt af boga

14422 = ok hæfði allt þat, er hann skaut til;

18462 = hann hljóp meir en hæð sína með öllum herklæðum,

15628 = ok eigi skemmra aptr en fram fyrir sik;

10481 = hann var syndr sem selr,

23565 = ok eigi var sá leikr, at nökkurr þyrfti við hann at keppa,

20774 = ok hefir svá verit sagt, at engi væri hans jafningi.

17612 = Hann var vænn at yfirliti ok ljóslitaðr,

16736 = réttnefjaðr ok hafit upp í framanvert,

16445 = bláeygr ok snareygr ok roði í kinnunum;

12639 = hárit mikit, gult, ok fór vel.

19824 = Manna kurteisastr var hann, harðgörr í öllu,

21519 = fémildr ok stilltr vel, vinfastr ok vinavandr;

 9438 = hann var vel auðigr at fé.

317801

IV. Njáll Þorgeirsson vel auðigr at fé

(Njála, 20. kafli – M)

155251

15754 = Njáll bjó at Bergþórshváli í Landeyjum;

14323 = annat bú átti hann í Þórólfsfelli.

16281 = Hann var vel auðigr at fé ok vænn at áliti,

8400 = honum óx eigi skegg.

21741 = Hann var lögmaðr svá mikill, at engi fannsk hans jafningi,

19901 = vitr var hann ok forspár, heilráðr ok góðgjarn,

17381 = ok varð allt at ráði, þat er hann réð mönnum,

20260 = hógværr ok drenglyndr, langsýnn ok langminnigr;

21210 = hann leysti hvers manns vandræði, er á hans fund kom.

155251

V. Njáll leysir vandræði Snorra

(Túlkun G. T. )

95449

Ráðgjöf Njáls

 4315 = Veritas

Fimm Skáld Veritas

14209 = Quintus Horatius Flaccus

12337 = Publius Virgilius Maro

11999 = Sextus Propertius

11249 = Publius Ovidius Naso

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

Helgur Þríhyrningur Heiðni

(Einar Pálsson)

7196 = Bergþórshváll

6067 = Miðeyjarhólmr

3027 = Helgafell

Landnám

2692 = Ísland

874 = 874 A.D.

Landnemi

10125 = Sannr Maðr ok Sannr Guð

95449

VI. Ragnarök að Örlygsstöðum

(Túlkun G. T.)

39739

Örlygsstaðafundur

 6994 = Örlygsstaðir

2106 = 21. ágúst – 6. mán. til forna

1238 = 1238 A.D.

Kristskoma

   4000 = Logandi Sverð

Myndbreyting – Metamorphosis

 -6960 = Jarðlig skilning

5596 = Andlig spekðin

Kristnitaka

  11000 = Þorgeirr Tjörvason

-10900 = Kolr Þorsteinsson

Kristið Skáld

   9814 = Sturla Þórðarson

Kristr

   1000 = Heimsljós

Konungr

(Sturlu þáttr, 2. k.)

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

 39739

VII. Vpon this rocke I will build my Church:

and the gates of hell shall not preuaile against it.

 (Matt.16:13-20, King James Bible 1611)

394811

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

24422 = And I will giue vnto thee the keyes of the kingdome of heauen:

27217 = and whatsoeuer thou shalt bind on earth, shall be bound in heauen:

28617 = whatsoeuer thou shalt loose on earth, 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.

394811

VIII. Abomination of Desolation¹

(Contemporary history)

478002

Farið til fundar við Njál

Meeting with Njáll

 804 = 8 June – 4th month old-style

1976 = 1976 A.D.

7000 = Microcosmos – Man in God’s Image = 9780

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands = 30125

Right Measure of Man

Persecuted

  8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Modes of Persecution

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

Persecutors – Jesting Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

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

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

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

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

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

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

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

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

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíd Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurdsson – Minister of Commerce

5940 = Jónas H. Haralz – World Bank Executive Director

Other Iceland

6648 = Jóhannes Nordal – Central Bank Governor

8864 = Bjarni Bragi Jónsson – Central Bank Chief Economist

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

9720 = Matthías Jóhannessen – Editor, Morgunblaðið

Other

 10989 = Orenthal James Simpson

8015 = John & Patsy Ramsey

4953 = Osama bin Laden

Violent Crimes

 3586 = Murder

 

6899 = Nicole Brown

4948 = Ron Goldman

6100 = Brentwood

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

1994 = 1994 A.D.

 

3718 = Jonbenet

3503 = Boulder

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

1996 = 1996 A.D.

 

5557 = The Pentagon

9596 = World Trade Center

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

2001 = 2001 A.D.

Other

7920 = Excelsior Hotel

5060 = Paula Jones

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

1991 = 1991 A.D.

4014 = Kiss it!

 

8486 = The White House

7334 = Kathleen Willey

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

1993 = 1993 A.D.

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

 

6045 = The Oval Office

8112 = Monica Lewinsky

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

1995 = 1995 A.D.  = 438097¹

478002

***

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.

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Francis Bacon and Ben Jonson

© Gunnar Tómasson

25 January 2018

 

Overview

A

Jonson’s First Folio Ode

1529523

 

B

1529523

385508 = Bacon – Writings withheld until treatise for public is published

969686 = Jonson – Dedication of Epigrammes, 1616.

174329 = Saga Cipher and Alpha/Omega of Dante’s Commedia

1529523

C

1529523

102292 = Light of the World’s Mission

1117947 = Hamlet – March afarre off

309284 = Horatio – How these things came about

1529523

Addendum

1529523

                             Sweet Swan of Avon’s Return

***

 

Section A

I. Ben Jonson‘s Commendatory Ode

(First Folio 1623)

1529523

 11150 = To the memory of my beloved,

5329 = The AVTHOR

10685 = MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

867 = AND

9407 = what he hath left us.

 

17316 = To draw no envy (Shakespeare) on thy name,

13629 = Am I thus ample to thy Booke, and Fame:

20670 = While I confesse thy writings to be such,

19164 = As neither Man, nor Muse, can praise too much.

21369 = ‘Tis true, and all mens suffrage. But these wayes

20516 = Were not the paths I meant unto thy praise;

17686 = For seeliest Ignorance on these may light,

23213 = Which, when it sounds at best, but eccho’s right;

17565 = Or blinde Affection, which doth ne’re advance

19375 = The truth, but gropes, and urgeth all by chance;

18692 = Or crafty Malice, might pretend this praise,

19456 = And thinke to ruine, where it seem’d to raise.

18294 = These are, as some infamous Baud, or Whore,

23199 = Should praise a Matron: – What could hurt her more?

18170 = But thou art proofe against them, and indeed

16465 = Above th’ill fortune of them, or the need.

16324 = I, therefore, will begin. Soule of the Age!

20370 = The applause! delight! the wonder of our Stage!

18434 = My Shakespeare, rise! I will not lodge thee by

16611 = Chaucer or Spenser, or bid Beaumont lye

15597 = A little further, to make thee a roome:

17952 = Thou art a Moniment, without a tombe,

19673 = And art alive still, while thy Booke doth live,

19194 = And we have wits to read, and praise to give.

18259 = That I not mixe thee so, my braine excuses, –

22232 = I meane with great, but disproportion’d Muses;

19760 = For if I thought my judgement were of yeeres,

21584 = I should commit thee surely with thy peeres,

23104 = And tell, how farre thou didst our Lily out-shine,

19727 = Or sporting Kid, or Marlowes mighty line.

21016 = And though thou hadst small Latine, and lesse Greeke,

21296 = From thence to honour thee, I would not seeke

20635 = For names; but call forth thund’ring Æschilus,

14527 = Euripides, and Sophocles to us,

15939 = Paccuvius, Accius, him of Cordova dead,

15425 = To life againe, to heare thy Buskin tread

19665 = And shake a Stage: Or, when thy Sockes were on,

14842 = Leave thee alone for the comparison

18781 = Of all that insolent Greece or haughtie Rome

20033 = Sent forth, or since did from their ashes come.

21540 = Triumph, my Britaine, thou hast one to showe

18910 = To whom all Scenes of Europe homage owe.

14789 = He was not of an age, but for all time!

19879 = And all the Muses still were in their prime,

17867 = When, like Apollo, he came forth to warme

16143 = Our eares, or like a Mercury to charme!

19768 = Nature her selfe was proud of his designes,

18609 = And joy’d to weare the dressing of his lines!

22712 = Which were so richly spun, and woven so fit,

20715 = As, since, she will vouchsafe no other Wit.

16006 = The merry Greeke, tart Aristophanes,

22701 = Neat Terence, witty Plautus, now not please;

12944 = But antiquated, and deserted lye,

15906 = As they were not of Natures family.

17575 = Yet must I not give Nature all; Thy Art,

16885 = My gentle Shakespeare, must enjoy a part:

17709 = For though the Poets matter, Nature be,

16202 = His Art doth give the fashion. And, that he,

24373 = Who casts to write a living line, must sweat

18045 = (such as thine are) and strike the second heat

17403 = Upon the Muses anvile: turne the same,

19618 = (And himselfe with it) that he thinkes to frame;

16266 = Or, for the lawrell, he may gaine a scorne,

15633 = For a good Poet’s made, as well as borne.

21914 = And such wert thou. Looke how the fathers face

15715 = Lives in his issue, even so, the race

20651 = Of Shakespeares minde and manners brightly shines

17328 = In his well torned and true-filed lines:

15712 = In each of which, he seemes to shake a Lance,

14757 = As brandish’t at the eyes of Ignorance.

21616 = Sweet Swan of Avon! what a sight it were

17318 = To see thee in our waters yet appeare,

19678 = And make those flights upon the bankes of Thames,

14184 = That so did take Eliza and our James!

15161 = But stay, I see thee in the Hemisphere

14530 = Advanc’d, and made a Constellation there!

22500 = Shine forth, thou Starre of Poets, and with rage

19541 = Or influence, chide or cheere the drooping Stage;

24007 = Which, since thy flight frō hence, hath mourn’d like night,

18824 = And despaires day, but for thy Volumes light.

4692 = BEN: IONSON

1529523

B

1529523

II + III + IV = 385508 + 969686 + 174329 = 1529523

II. Bacon – Writings withheld until treatise published

(Cogita et Visa, 1607 – first printed 1857)

385508

23179 = When these writings have been put forth and seen

32373 = I do not doubt that more timid wits will shrink almost in despair

23575 = from imitating them with similar productions,

21715 = with other materials or on other subjects,

24634 = and they will take so much delight in the specimens given

19838 = that they will miss the precepts in them.

22593 = Still, many persons will be led to inquire into

22251 = the real meaning and highest use of these writings,

32063 = and to find the key to their interpretation and thus more ardently desire,

8995 = in some degree at least,

30783 = to acquire the new aspect of nature which such a key will reveal.

24169 = But I intend yielding neither to my own aspirations

14728 = nor to the wishes of others,

26846 = but keeping steadily in view the success of my undertaking,

20217 = having shared these writings with some,

11365 = to withhold the rest

26184 = until the treatise intended for the people shall be published.

385508

III. Ben Jonson – Epigrammes

(Dedication 1616)

969686

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.

16522 = While you cannot change your merit,

11802 = 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:

13522 = I must expect, at your Lo: hand,

17342 = 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

10580 = so many good, and great names

18365 = 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;

16333 = or, if all answere not, in all numbers,

13034 = 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

18719 = (though, there, I haue auoyded all particulars,

7010 = 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.

969686

IV. Dante, Saga Cipher, Commedia

(Construction G. T.)

174329

Love That Moves Sun and Stars

       1 = Monad

1000 = Light of the World

Reykjaholt Covenant

(Iceland, ca. 1200-1225)

18278 = Skrín þat es stendr á altara meþ helgo domo

19936 = gefa þeir Magn oc Snorre at helfninge hvar þeirra

21953 = oc es þetta kirkio fé umb fram of þat es áþr es talet.

Cipher Embedded inText

11931 = Saga Cipher

Commedia

Alpha

Inferno Canto I.

15438 = Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita

15885 = mi ritrovai per una selva oscura

12588 = ché la diritta via era smarrita.

Omega

Paradiso Canto XXXIII

13922 = Io ritornai da la santissima onda

13853 = rifatto si come piante novelle

13223 = rinnovellate di novella fronda,

16321 = puro e disposto a salire alle stelle.

174329

Translations

Reykjaholt Covenant

The shrine that stands on the alter with holy relics is the gift of Magnus and Snorri in equal parts and this church treasure is additional to what has been counted before.

Commedia

Alpha

Halfway through the journey we are living

I found myself deep in a darkened forest,

For I had lost all trace of the straight path.

Omega

Here powers failed my high imagination:

But by now my desire and will were turned,

Like a balanced wheel rotated evenly,

By the Love that moves the sun and the other stars.

C

1529523

V + VI + VII = 102292 + 1117947 + 309284 = 1529523

V. Light of the World‘s Mission

(Construction G. T.)

102292

   -1000 = Darkness

Let there be light, and there was light.

    4177 = Fiat Lux

Alpha

 Crucified Light of the World

(King James Bible, 1611)\

16777 = THIS IS JESVS THE KING OF THE JEWES – Matt. 27:37
9442 = THE KING OF THE JEWES – Mark 15:26

13383 = THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWES – Luke 23:38
17938 = JESVS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWES – John 19:19

Omega

 Resurrection

 4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power

Mission Completed

St. Peter‘s Basilica – Perfect Creation

(Completed in 1612)

37575 = Façade inscription to mark its completion

102292

Inscription

23501 = IN HONOREM PRINCIPIS APOST PAVLVS V BVRGHESIVS

14074 = ROMANVS PONT. MAX. AN. MDCXII PONT. VII. *

37575

*IN HONOR OF THE PRINCE OF APOSTLES; PAUL V BORGHESE,

POPE, IN THE YEAR 1612 AND THE SEVENTH YEAR OF HIS PONTIFICATE.

 

VI. Hamlet – March afarre off

(Act V, Sc. ii. First Folio)

1117947

 15079 = March afarre off, and shout within.

Hamlet

14387 = What warlike noyse is this?

 6697 = Enter Osricke.

Osricke

22993 = Yong Fortinbras, with conquest come frō Poland            [ō=o]

24474 = To th’Ambassadors of England giues this warlike volly.

Hamlet

5901 = O I dye Horatio:

24502 = The potent poyson quite ore-crowes my spirit,

19230 = I cannot liue to heare the Newes from England,

17032 = But I do prophesie th’election lights

14414 = On Fortinbras, he ha’s my dying voyce,

22842 = So tell him with the occurrents more and lesse,

23314 = Which haue solicited.  The rest is silence.  O, o, o, o.  Dyes.

Horatio

10167 = Now cracke a Noble heart:

11836 = Goodnight sweet Prince,

18286 = And flights of Angels sing thee to thy rest,

14342 = Why do’s the Drumme come hither?

16923 = Enter Fortinbras and English Ambassador,

18137 = with Drumme, Colours, and Attendants.

Fortinbras

10437 = Where is this sight?

Horatio

12180 = What is it ye would see;

21128 = If ought of woe, or wonder, cease your search.

Fortinbras

18987 = His quarry cries on hauocke.  Oh proud death,

20646 = What feast is toward in thine eternall Cell.

17251 = That thou so many Princes, at a shoote,

11980 = So bloodily hast strooke.

Ambassador

8962 = The sight is dismall,

17034 = And our affaires from England come too late,

22958 = The eares are senselesse that should giue vs hearing,

17106 = To tell him his command’ment is fulfill’d

17885 = That Rosincrance and Guildensterne are dead:

16857 = Where should we haue our thankes?

Horatio

9607 = Not from his mouth,

15062 = Had it th’abilitie of life to thanke you:

16660 = He neuer gaue command’ment for their death.

22657 = But since so jumpe vpon this bloodie question,

20905 = You from the Polake warres, and you from England

18723 = Are heere arriued.  Giue order that these bodies

14365 = High on a stage be placed to the view,

20828 = And let me speake to th’yet vnknowing world,

20781 = How these things came about.  So shall you heare

16187 = Of carnall, bloudie, and vnnaturall acts,

20116 = Of accidentall iudgements, casuall slaughters

17748 = Of death’s put on by cunning, and forc’d cause,

19567 = And in this vpshot, purposes mistooke,

17470 = Falne on the Inuentors heads.  All this can I

7002 = Truly deliuer.

Fortinbras

10425 = Let vs hast to heare it,

14076 = And call the Noblest to the Audience.

20198 = For me, with sorrow, I embrace my Fortune,

18870 = I haue some Rites of memory in this Kingdome,

14639 = Which are ro claime my vantage doth     [ro = First Folio text]

4289 = Inuite me.

Horatio

18476 = Of that I shall haue alwayes cause to speake,

8322 = And from his mouth

16597 = Whose voyce will draw on more:

17888 = But let this same be presently perform’d,

15823 = Even whiles mens mindes are wilde,

8809 = Lest more mischance

12621 = On plots, and errors happen.

Fortinbras

8917 = Let foure Captaines

15105 = Beare Hamlet like a Soldier to the Stage,

14203 = For he was likely, had he beene put on

12980 = To haue prou’d most royally:

7504 = And for his passage,

22923 = The Souldiours Musicke, and the rites of Warre

9882 = Speake lowdly for him.

15535 = Take vp the body; Such a sight as this

18956 = Becomes the Field, but heere shewes much amis.

12625 = Go, bid the Souldiers shoote.

 

17610 = Exeunt Marching: after the which, a Peale of

 9029 = Ordenance are shot off.

1117947

 VII. How these things came about:

All this can I truly deliuer

(Contemporary history)

309284

Horatio

8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland

Accidentall iudgements,

casuall slaughters

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

And in this vpshot, purposes mistooke,

   Falne on the Inuentors heads.

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

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

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

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

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

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

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

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

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

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíð Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurðsson – 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

309284

***

Calculator for converting letters to cipher values is at:

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

 

Addendum

Summary Presentation

Sweet Swan of Avon’s Return

1529523

 

Saga Background

         1 = Monad

-4000 = Dark Sword – Man-Beast

10900 = Kolr Þorsteinsson – Last Arsonist to be slain in Brennu-Njálssaga

137522 = Flosi – Chief Arsonist – Makes his peace, then is lost at sea

Shakspere

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.

Out damned spot, out I say.

One, two, why then it´s time to doo´t

1338633 = Macbeth, Act V, Sc. i

Doctor of Physicke – Poore Player’s

CONSCIOUSNESS

    10805 = Sweet Swan of Avon*

         100 = The End

1529523

*  8542 = Consciousness – Asleep in Lady Macbeth

-1000 = Darkness

 3263 = Beatrice – Wayting-Gentlewoman – Dark Lady’s Virgin Aspect

  10805

 

 

 

 

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Gunnarr á Hlíðarenda og Hallgerðr langbrók

© Gunnar Tómasson

25. janúar 2018

Aristotle:

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

Fyrr í dag birti Ragnar Önundarson eftirfarandi færslu á Facebook:

,Öndvegi” er ,,anveje” á norsku, en fæstir Norðmenn kannast við orðið, það er ekki í notkun lengur. Ég rakst á það í norskri bók um örnefni. Umfjöllunin var um bæjarnafnið ,,Fagstad” sem áður var ,,Faxestad”. Sú skýring fylgdi að öndvegissúlur, anveje, hefðu til forna einnig verið nefndar ,,faxer”. Það er skemmtilegt að Faxaflói skuli þýða ,,öndvegissúlnaflói”.

Ragnar þekkir vel til verka Einars Pálssonar og hefur sjálfur farið í saumana á táknmáli Egilssögu.

Í stuttri umsögn vísaði ég til túlkunar Einars á skyldu hugtaki:

,,Skv. Einari Pálssyni vísaði Faxi til frjósemistákns”.

Og vék síðan nánar að túlkun Einars á táknmáli Njáluhöfunda varðandi Sköpun Veraldar:

,,Og í þessum skrifuðu orðum datt mér í hug að sjá hvort og hvernig Faxi, 1801, kæmi heim og saman við hugtakið Njörðr, 3521, sem Einar tengdi Lífgjafa Veraldar, ef ég man rétt. Að viðbættu tákni Sköpunarmáttar sem Surtr ferr með sunnan þegar tími er til – Logandi Sverð, 4000 – er komin áhugaverð útkoma; 1801 + 3521 + 4000 = 9322 = William Shakespeare!”

Af ofangreindu spruttu eftirfarandi bollaleggingar:

1. Gunnar Tómasson: Og kemur heim og saman við fullyrðingu Jorge Luis Borges: […] „All men, in the climatic instant of coitus are the same man. All men who repeat one line of William Shakespeare are William Shakespeare“

2. Ragnar Önundarson: Viljans Hjálmur Hristi Spjót

3. G. T.: Sennileg útlegging. Enska hugtakið hef ég gjarnan túlkað sem BOÐ VILJANS til Mann-Skepnu á ögurstundu; WILL I AM. SHAKE SPEARE!

4: G. T.:  Hjálmur – Feldur Þorgeirs? Eins virðist hugtakið Skjöldr vísa til Meyjarhafts. T.d. skildir klofnir við Ragnarök.

5: G. T.:Svona samskipti vinda upp á sig! Ég hef lengi talið vera hugtakatengsl milli Þor Finnr Karls Efni, 9323, og Monad, 1, plús William Shakespeare, 9322.

6: G. T.: Og rúsínan í pylsuendanum: Hallgerðr langbrók, 7394, sbr. Skjöldr 3980 + Vagina 2414 + Ljós 1000 = 7394. Sbr. einnig hugtakið Hornkerling, 5747, en skildir eru klofnir í Helgafellshorni hins Helga Þríhyrnings Heiðni, sem Einar Pálsson nefndi svo.

7: G. T.: Guðrún Ósvífrsdóttir, 12747, keypti Helgafell af Snorra goða. Þar bíður Hornkerling, 5747, síns tíma, sbr. 5747 + 7000 = 12747, þar sem 7000 = Microcosmos/Maður sem Ímynd Guðs.

8: G. T.: Guðsmönnum kann að finnast farið heldur frjálslega með táknmál trúar í ofangreindu. Hallgerðr langbrók, 7394, kynni þó að vera á öðru máli, sbr. 4000 + 3394 = 7394, þar sem Logandi Sverð, 4000, og Jesús, 3394, koma heim og saman.

9: G. T.: Engi vil ek hornkerling vera, segir Hallgerðr – og þykir mönnum hún hafa komið dónalega fram við gestgjafann Bergþóru (sem Einar Pálsson segir vera tákn Heljar). Hér er orðaleikur á ferð – ENGI er sáðland, þar sem Höskuldr Hvítanessgoði er veginn og Gunnarr á Hlíðarenda er blóðgaður er þeir sáðu korni. Stefið er tvítekið í Njálu, því Blóð Krists vökvar það korn sem sáð er til nýrrar sköpunar, en sáningarmaðurinn fellur/deyr við sáninguna.

10: G. T.: Og hvar endar þetta allt saman? Jú, Skarpheðinn segir Hallgerði vera annað hvort Púta eða Hornkerling. Í samhenginu vísar þetta til hjónabandserfiðleika Hrúts og Unnar Marðardóttur, þar sem Anus, 2487, er það sem kallast „the bay where all men ride“ i Sonnetum Shakespeares. Hallgerðr langbrók, 7394, vill ekki endurnýja brostinn bogastreng Gunnars á Pútubæ. Og það er hið bezta mál, sbr. 1 – 2487 + 9880 = 7394, þar sem Gunnarr Hámundarson, 9880, og Hallgerðr langbrók, 7394, eru ein Sál Manns við ferðalok af Engi til fundar við Hornkerlingu.

***

Reiknivél sem umbreytir stöfum í tölugildi er á netinu:

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The Holy of God – The Crucified Jesus

© Gunnar Tómasson

24 January 2018

Foreword

On 26 January 2016, I posted an entry entitled Prince Hamlet’s Storie Told.

In retrospect, I see it as my initial attempt to bring into focus the subject matter of the present entry.  As background for the subject matter, I noted the following in comments on the entry:

Some thirty years ago – more like 35 years by now – while visiting Damascus on an IMF mission, a certain phrase from Shakespeare’s play Hamlet kept playing, as it were, over and over again in my mind.

In light of my circumstances at the IMF at time, and considering my – by then – some fifteen years of assiduously seeking to understand Hamlet, I found the phrase  peculiarly appropriate.

The phrase was that of Prince Hamlet spoken to his friend Horatio in Act V, Sc. ii:

If thou did’st ever hold me in thy heart,
Absent thee from felicitie awhile,
And in this harsh world draw thy breath in paine,
To tell my Storie.

***

Overview

A

2561523

2503983 = Good now sit downe, & tell me he that knows. (Hamlet, Act I, Sc. i. First Folio)

16777 = THIS IS JESVS THE KING OF THE JEWES – Matt. 27:37 (KJB, 1611)
9442 = THE KING OF THE JEWES – Mark 15:26

13383 = THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWES – Luke 23:38
17938 = JESVS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWES – John 19:19

2561523

B

2561523

4988 = The Vatican

3781 = The Pope

-1000 = Darkness

 

10773 = Spiritus Sanctus

-10467 = Osiris-Isis-Horus

10900 = Kolr Þorsteinsson – Last Arsonist slain in Brennu-Njálssaga

 

2542548 = Dedication, King James Bible, 1611

2561523

C

2561523

15621 = The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke

1000 = Light of the World

921 = Abel

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

9814 = Sturla Þórðarson

5385 = Francis Bacon

7936 = Edward Oxenford

 

2200203 = Horatio, I am dead. Thou liu’st. (Act V, Sc. ii)

***

If thou did’st ever hold me in thy heart,

Absent thee from felicitie awhile,

And in this harsh world draw thy breath in paine,

To tell my storie.

***

 

8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

 

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

 

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland

 

209989 = Twenty-eight named individuals

2561523

***

 

Section A

2561523

I. Good now sit downe, & tell me he that knowes

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

2503983

Marcellus

5630 = Holla  Bernardo.

Bernardo

12499 = Say, what is Horatio there?

Horatio

4177 = A peece of him.

Bernardo

19792 = Welcome Horatio, welcome, good Marcellus.

Marcellus

18533 = What, ha’s this thing appear’d againe to night?

Bernardo

8047 = I haue seene nothing.

Marcellus

16590 = Horatio saies, ’tis but our Fantasie,

15548 = And will not let beleefe take hold of him

21128 = Touching this dreaded sight, twice seene of vs:

14510 = Therefore I haue intreated him along

23011 = With vs, to watch the minutes of this Night,

14532 = That if againe this Apparition come,

16303 = He may approue our eyes, and speake to it.

Horatio

15483 = Tush, tush, ’twill not appeare.

Bernardo

9328 = Sit downe a while,

16162 = And let vs once againe assaile your eares,

18689 = That are so fortified against our Story,

16166 = What we two Nights haue seene.

Horatio

11084 = Well, sit we downe,

15728 = And let vs heare Bernardo speake of this.

Bernardo

7040 = Last night of all,

26514 = When yond same Starre that’s Westward from the Pole

19680 = Had made his course t’illume that part of Heauen

20546 = Where now it burnes, Marcellus and my selfe,

9091 = The Bell then beating one.

Marcellus

13752 = Peace, breake thee of:      Enter the Ghost.

11868 = Looke where it comes againe.

Bernardo

16136 = In the same figure, like the King that’s dead.

Marcellus

18434 = Thou art a Scholler, speak to it Horatio.

Bernardo

19197 = Lookes it not like the King?  Marke it Horatio.

Horatio

21948 = Most like:  It harrowes me with fear & wonder.

Bernardo

11087 = It would be spoke too.

Marcellus

10706 = Question it Horatio.

Horatio

24708 = What art thou that vsurp’st this time of night

20034 = Together with that Faire and Warlike forme

16401 = In which the Maiesty of buried Denmarke

18449 = Did sometimes march:  By Heauen I charge thee, speake.

Marcellus

5374 = It is offended.

Bernardo

9138 = See, it stalkes away.

Horatio

14440 = Stay:  speake; speake:  I Charge thee, speake.

7301 = Exit the Ghost.

Bernardo

19156 = How now Horatio? You tremble & look pale:

18701 = Is not this something more than Fantasie?

10426 = What thinke you on´t?

Horatio

14784 = Before my God, I might not this beleeue

18787 = Without the sensible and true auouch

7841 = Of mine owne eyes.

Marcellus

9722 = Is it not like the King?

Horatio

11142 = As thou art to thy selfe,

15860 = Such was the very Armour he had on,

18723 = When he th’Ambitious Norwey combatted:

17753 = So frown’d he once, when in an angry parle

14983 = He smot the sledded Pollax on the Ice.

6079 = ‘Tis strange.

Marcellus

20866 = Thus twice before, and iust at this dead houre,

21384 = With Martiall stalke, hath he gone by our Watch.

Horatio

26081 = In what particular thought to work, I know not:

18021 = But in the grosse and scope of my Opinion,

23862 = This boades some strange enruption to our State.

Marcellus

21349 = Good now sit downe, & tell me he that knowes,

24337 = Why this same strict and most obseruant Watch,

18095 = So nightly toyles the subiect of the Land,

17396 = And why such dayly Cast of Brazon Cannon,

19525 = And Forraigne Mart for Implements of warre:

28309 = Why such impresse of Ship-wrights, whose sore Taske

17940 = Do’s not diuide the Sunday form the weeke,

22431 = What might be toward, that this sweaty hast

20667 = Doth make the Night ioynt-Labourer with the day:

12864 = Who is ‘t that can informe me?

 

Horatio

3811 = That can I,

20733 = At least the whisper goes so: Our last King,

18954 = Whose Image euen but now appear’d to vs,

20967 = Was (as you know) by Fortinbras of Norway,

17904 = (Thereto prick’d on by a most emulate Pride)

20555 = Dar’d to the Combate. In which, our Valiant Hamlet,

24185 = (For so this side of our knowne world esteem’d him)

20235 = Did slay this Fortinbras: who by a Seal’d Compact,

14123 = Well ratified by Law, and Heraldrie,

19619 = Did forfeite (with his life) all those his Lands

20626 = Which he stood seiz’d on, to the Conqueror:

16588 = Against the which, a Moity competent

17516 = Was gaged by our King: which had return’d

14730 = To the Inheritance of Fortinbras,

17412 = Had he bin Vanquisher, as by the same Cou’nant,

12873 = And carriage of the Article designe,

21233 = His fell to Hamlet.  Now sir, young Fortinbras,

15412 = Of vnimproued Mettle, hot and full,

19394 = Hath in the skirts of Norway, heere and there

18466 = Shark’d vp a List of Landlesse Resolutes,

16193 = For Food and Diet, to some Enterprize

19335 = That hath a stomacke in ‘t: which is no other

18998 = (As it doth well appeare vnto our State )

16495 = But to recouer of vs by strong hand

20521 = And terms Compulsatiue, those foresaid Lands

16416 = So by his Father lost:  and this (I take it)

18642 = Is the maine Motive of our Preparations,

20781 = The Sourse of our Watch, and the cheefe head

16403 = Of this post-hast, and Romage in the Land.

7642 = Enter Ghost againe.                                                                     

17620 = But soft, behold:  Loe, where it comes againe.

21943 = Ile crosse it, though it blast me.  Stay Illusion:

17462 = If thou hast any sound, or vse of Voyce,

17704 = Speake to me:  If there be any good thing to be done,

18781 = That may to thee do ease, and grace to me;  speak to me.

19474 = If thou art priuy to thy Countries Fate,

20547 = (Which happily foreknowing may auoyd)  Oh speake.

16354 = Or, if thou hast vp-hoorded in thy life

19296 = Extorted Treasure in the wombe of Earth,

23578 = (For which, they say, you Spirits oft walke in death)

20067 = Speake of it. Stay, and speake.  Stop it, Marcellus.

Marcellus

18114 = Shall I strike at it with my Partizan?

Horatio

11112 = Do, if it will not stand.

Bernardo

4125 = ‘Tis heere.

Horatio

4125 = ‘Tis heere.

Marcellus                                                                   

9800 = ‘Tis gone.                           Exit Ghost.

16893 = We do it wrong, being so Maiesticall

15092 = To offer it the shew of Violence;

14413 = For it is as the Ayre, invulnerable,

18340 = And our vaine blowes malicious Mockery.

Bernardo

21305 = It was about to speake, when the Cocke crew.

Horatio

16248 = And then it started, like a guilty thing

15411 = Vpon a fearfull Summons.  I haue heard,

17807 = The Cocke that is the Trumpet to the day,

23315 = Doth with his lofty and shrill-sounding Throate

15366 = Awake the God of Day, and at his warning

16724 = Whether in Sea, or Fire, in Earth, or Ayre,

17656 = The extrauagant and erring Spirit, hyes

16671 = To his Confine. And of the truth heerein

15767 = This present Obiect made probation.

Marcelllus

14994 = It faded on the crowing of the Cocke.

20968 = Some sayes, that euer ‘gainst that Season comes

20421 = Wherein our Sauiours Birth is celebrated,

17642 = The Bird of Dawning singeth all night long:

17922 = And then (they say) no Spirit can walke abroad,

22870 = The nights are wholsome, then no Planets strike,

22286 = No Faiery takes, nor Witch hath power to Charme:

17783 = So hallow’d, and so gracious is the time.

Horatio

14405 = So haue I heard, and do in part beleeue it.

18633 = But looke, the Morne in Russet mantle clad,

19511 = Walkes o’er the dew of yon high Easterne Hill;

16546 = Breake we our Watch vp, and by my aduice

20339 = Let vs impart what we haue seene to night

14815 = Vnto yong Hamlet. For vpon my life,

21095 = This Spirit dumbe to vs, will speake to him:

22236 = Do you consent we shall acquaint him with it,

19949 = As needfull in our Loues, fitting our Duty?

Marcellus

17289 = Let do ‘t, I pray; and I this morning know

24539 = Where we shall finde him most conueniently.     Exeunt.

2503983

II. Young Hamlet – The Holy of God

Conveniently found on the Cross

(King James Bible, 1611)

57540

16777 = THIS IS JESVS THE KING OF THE JEWES – Matt. 27:37 (KJB, 1611)

9442 = THE KING OF THE JEWES – Mark 15:26

13383 = THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWES – Luke 23:38
17938 = JESVS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWES – John 19:19

57540

I + II = 2503983 + 57540 = 2561253

Section B

2561523

III. The Drooping Stage

(Construction G. T.)

18975

4988 = The Vatican

3781 = The Pope

-1000 = Darkness

 

10773 = Spiritus Sanctus

-10467 = Osiris-Isis-Horus

 

 10900 = Kolr Þorsteinsson – Last Arsonist slain in Brennu-Njálssaga

 18975

IV. The King James Bible

(Dedication 1611)

2542548

17083 = To the most high and mightie Prince, James

14782 = by the grace of God King of Great Britaine,

13600 = France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. [c = 100 in &c]

16142 = The Translators of The Bible, wish        

23471 = Grace, Mercie, and Peace, through Iesvs Christ our Lord.

 

25844 = Great and manifold were the blessings (most dread Soueraigne)

18175 = which Almighty GOD, the Father of all Mercies,

27472 = bestowed vpon vs the people of ENGLAND, when first he sent

26231 = your Maiesties Royall person to rule and raigne ouer vs.

20761 = For whereas it was the expectation of many,

20349 = who wished not well vnto our SION,

17198 = that vpon the setting of that bright

15710 = Occidentall Starre Queene ELIZABETH

9424 = of most happy memory,

18376 = some thicke and palpable cloudes of darkenesse

18648 = would so haue ouershadowed this land,

13878 = that men should haue bene in doubt

15782 = which way they were to walke,

15261 = and that it should hardly be knowen,

19547 = who was to direct the vnsetled State:

12947 = the appearance of your MAIESTIE,

14404 = as of the Sunne in his strength.

27059 = instantly dispelled those supposed and surmised mists,

17924 = and gaue vnto all that were well affected

22864 = exceeding cause of comfort; especially when we beheld

20399 = the gouernment established in your HIGHNESSE,

18518 = and your hopefull Seed, by an vndoubted Title,

9996 = and this also accompanied

19326 = with Peace and tranquillitie, at home and abroad.

12121 = But amongst all our Ioyes,

20593 = there was no one that more filled our hearts,

12579 = then the blessed continuance

21601 = of the Preaching of GODS sacred word amongst vs,

17008 = which is that inestimable treasure,

18678 = which excelleth all the riches of the earth,

19597 = because the fruit thereof extendeth it selfe,

27323 = not onely to the time spent in this transitory world,

14104 = but directeth and disposeth men

24591 = vnto that Eternall happinesse which is aboue in Heauen.

 

21523 = Then, not to suffer this to fall to the ground,

30913 = but rather to take it vp, and to continue it in that state, wherein

24340 = the famous predecessour of your HIGHNESSE did leaue it;

27586 = Nay, to goe forward with the confidence and resolution of a man

16494 = in maintaining the trueth of CHRIST,

12944 = and propagating it farre and neere,

19426 = is that which hath so bound and firmely knit

17031 = the hearts of all your MAIESTIES loyall

14221 = and Religious people vnto you,

19655 = that your very Name is precious among them,

18171 = their eye doeth behold you with comfort,

26424 = and they blesse you in their hearts, as that sanctified person,

29842 = who vnder GOD, is the immediate authour of their true happinesse.

24171 = And this their contentment doeth not diminish or decay,

19250 = but euery day increaseth and taketh strength,

22410 = when they obserue that the zeale of your Maiestie

26020 = towards the house of GOD, doth not slacke or goe backward,

22020 = but is more and more kindled, manifesting it selfe abroad

18605 = in the furthest parts of Christendome,

15825 = by writing in defence of the Trueth,

23901 = (which hath giuen such a blow vnto that man of Sinne,

8430 = as will not be healed)

21881 = and euery day at home, by Religious and learned discourse,

13424 = by frequenting the house of GOD,

25817 = by hearing the word preached, by cherishing the teachers therof,

9916 = by caring for the Church

18829 = as a most tender and louing nourcing Father.

 

19308 = There are infinite arguments of this right

22543 = Christian and Religious affection in your MAIESTIE:

22020 = but none is more forcible to declare it to others,

17320 = then the vehement and perpetuated desire

22604 = of the accomplishing and publishing of this Worke,

32321 = which now with all humilitie we present vnto your MAIESTIE.

23846 = For when your Highnesse had once out of deepe judgment

17057 = apprehended, how conuenient it was,

18847 = That out of the Originall sacred tongues,

19144 = together with comparing of the labours,

21033 = both in our owne, and other forreigne Languages,

19731 = of many worthy men who went before vs,

12929 = there should be one more exact

29045 = Translation of the holy Scriptures into the English tongue;

17764 = your MAIESTIE did neuer desist, to vrge

21746 = and to excite those to whom it was commended,

14331 = that the worke might be hastened,

24488 = and that the businesse might be expedited in so decent a maner,

24495 = as a matter of such importance might iustly require.

 

14074 = And now at last, by the Mercy of GOD,

15651 = and the continuance of our Labours,

30488 = it being brought vnto such a conclusion, as that we haue great hope

23456 = that the Church of England shall reape good fruit thereby;

23807 = we hold it our duety to offer it to your MAIESTIE,

17329 = not onely as to our King and Soueraigne,

26260 = but as to the principall moouer and Author of the Worke.

19776 = Humbly crauing of your most Sacred Maiestie,

16010 = that since things of this quality

17125 = haue euer bene subiect to the censures

17049 = of ill meaning and discontented persons,

16624 = it may receiue approbation and Patronage

25494 = from so learned and iudicious a Prince as your Highnesse is,

21401 = whose allowance and acceptance of our Labours

15850 = shall more honour and incourage vs,

11761 = then all the calumniations

23605 = and hard interpretations of other men shall dismay vs.

 

10548 = So that, if on the one side

23984 = we shall be traduced by Popish persons at home or abroad,

15346 = who therefore will maligne vs,

28146 = because we are poore Instruments to make GODS holy Trueth

20859 = to be yet more and more knowen vnto the people,

25267 = whom they desire still to keepe in ignorance and darknesse:

9729 = or if on the other side,

18634 = we shall be maligned by selfe-conceited brethren,

28157 = who runne their owne wayes, and giue liking vnto nothing

25716 = but what is framed by themselues, and hammered on their Anuile;

32015 = we may rest secure, supported within by the trueth and innocencie

7810 = of a good conscience,

24170 = hauing walked the wayes of simplicitie and integritie,

7044 = as before the Lord;

12205 = And sustained without,

29877 = by the powerfull Protection of your Maiesties grace and fauour,

16674 = which will euer giue countenance

16584 = to honest and Christian endeuours

25197 = against bitter censures, and vncharitable imputations.

 

10393 = The LORD of Heauen and earth

19648 = blesse your Maiestie with many and happy dayes,

21799 = that as his Heauenly hand hath enriched your Highnesse

20534 = with many singular, and extraordinary Graces;

24271 = so you may be the wonder of the world in this later age,

14503 = for happinesse and true felicitie,

24291 = to the honour of that Great GOD, and the good of his Church,

24380 = through IESVS CHRIST our Lord and onely Sauiour.

2542548

III + IV = 18975 + 2542548 = 2561523

 

Section C

2561523

 V. The Prince of Denmarke – The Holy of God

(Construction G.T.)

52036

15621 = The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke

 

1000 = Light of the World

921 = Abel

11359 = Snorri Sturluson

9814 = Sturla Þórðarson

5385 = Francis Bacon

7936 = Edward Oxenford

52036

VI. Horatio, I am dead. Thou liu’st

(Hamlet, Act V, Sc. ii, First Folio)

2200203

15155 = Enter King, Queene, Laertes and Lords,

24909 = with other Attendants with Foyles, and Gauntlets,

12738 = a Table and Flagons of Wine on it.

King

15885 = Come, Hamlet, come, and take this hand from me.

Hamlet

20316 = Giue me your pardon Sir, I’ue done you wrong.

14101 = But pardon’t as you are a Gentleman.

11422 = This presence knowes,

20501 = And you must needs haue heard how I am punisht

19619 = With sore distraction?  What I haue done,

21389 = That might your nature honour, and exception

19996 = Roughly awake, I heere proclaime was madnesse:

20048 = Was’t Hamlet wrong’d Laertes? Neuer Hamlet.

13754 = If Hamlet from himselfe be tane away:

20801 = And when he’s not himselfe, do’s wrong Laertes,

16816 = Then Hamlet does it not, Hamlet denies it.

17274 = Who does it then?  His madnesse?  If’t be so,

17937 = Hamlet is of the Faction that is wrong’d,

15261 = His madnesse is poore Hamlets Enemy.

8902 = Sir, in this Audience,

17388 = Let my disclaiming from a purpos’d euill

23090 = Free me so farre in your most generous thoughts,

19583 = That I have shot mine Arrow o’re the house,

8453 = And hurt my Mother.

Laertes

9973 = I am satisfied in Nature,

24560 = Whose motiue in this case should stirre me most

17516 = To my Reuenge. But in my termes of Honor

17543 = I stand aloofe, and will no reconcilement,

20012 = Till by some elder Masters of knowne Honor,

13306 = I haue a voyce, and president of peace

18409 = To keepe my name vngorg’d.  But till that time,

16285 = I do receiue your offer’d loue like loue,

11467 = And wil not wrong it.

Hamlet

7606 = I do embrace it freely,

20043 = And will this Brothers wager frankely play.

11405 = Giue vs the Foyles: Come on.

Laertes

5872 = Come one for me.

Hamlet

17008 = Ile be your foyle Laertes, in mine ignorance

21384 = Your Skill shall like a Starre i’th’darkest night,

8912 = Sticke fiery off indeede.

Laertes

7274 = You mocke me Sir.

Hamlet

5633 = No by this hand.

King

14428 = Giue them the Foyles yong Osricke.

16879 = Cousen Hamlet, you know the wager.

Hamlet

8962 = Verie well my Lord.

19145 = Your Grace hath laide the oddes o’ th’weaker side.

King

14754 = I do not fear it. I haue seene you both:

20500 = But since he is better’d, we haue therefore oddes.

Laertes

15662 = This is too heauy, let me see another.

Hamlet

21276 = This likes me well.  These Foyles haue all a length.

6805 =       Prepare to play.

Osric

5472 = I my good lord.

King

19695 = Set me the Stopes of wine vpon that Table.

16392 = If Hamlet giue the first, or second hit,

17316 = Or quit in answer of the third exchange,

18739 = Let all the Battlements their Ordinance fire,

18762 = The King shal drinke to Hamlets better breath,

16414 = And in the Cup an vnion shal he throw,

23007 = Richer then that, which foure successiue Kings

22653 = In Denmarkes Crowne haue worne.  Giue me the Cups,

18936 = And let the Kettle to the Trumpets speake,

20026 = The Trumpet to the Cannoneer without,

19695 = The Cannons to the Heauens, the Heaven to Earth,

17806 = Now the King drinkes to Hamlet.  Come, begin,

13113 = And you the Iudges beare a wary eye.

Hamlet

5250 = Come on, sir.

Laertes

8887 = Come on sir.                      They play.

Hamlet

1457 = One.

Laertes

1229 = No.

Hamlet

4186 = Iudgment.

Osric

8881 = A hit, a very palpable hit.

Laertes

4827 = Well: againe.

King

19376 = Stay; give me drinke.  Hamlet, this Pearle is thine;

15214 = Here’s to thy health.  Giue him the cup.

16325 = Trumpets sound, and shot goes off.                                

Hamlet

17552 = Ile play this bout first, set by a-while.

13951 = Come: Another hit; what say you?

Laertes

12381 = A touch, a touch, I do confesse.

King

10597 = Our Sonne shall win.

Queen

10040 = He’s fat, and scant of breath.

13847 = Heere’s a Napkin, rub thy browes,

20808 = The Queene Carowses to thy fortune, Hamlet.

Hamlet

3325 = Good Madam.

King

10247 = Gertrude, do not drinke.

Queen

15195 = I will my Lord; I pray you pardon me.

King

17035 = It is the poyson’d Cup, it is too late.

Hamlet

11621 = I dare not drinke yet Madam, by and by.

Queen

10297 = Come, let me wipe thy face.

Laertes

10528 = My Lord, Ile hit him now.

King

7355 = I do not thinke’t.

Laertes

17458 = And yet ’tis almost ‘gainst my conscience.

Hamlet

17368 = Come, for the third. Laertes, you but dally;

19889 = I pray you passe with your best violence.

12836 = I am affear’d you make a wanton of me.

Laertes

9777 = Say you so?  Come on.                   Play.

Osric

9813 = Nothing neither way.

Laertes

7783 = Haue at you now.

13600 = In scuffling they change Rapiers.

King

11004 = Part them, they are incens’d.

Hamlet

4639 = Nay come, againe.

Osric

12268 = Looke to the Queene there hoa.

Horatio

17582 = They bleed on both sides.  How is’t My lord?

Osric

8851 = How is’t Laertes?

Laertes

20866 = Why as a Woodcocke to mine own Sprindge, Osricke,

20582 = I am iustly kill’d with mine own Treacherie.

Hamlet

9442 = How does the Queene?

King

12228 = She sounds to see them bleede.

Queen

17325 = No, no, the drinke, the drinke.  Oh my deere Hamlet,

13646 = the drinke, the drinke,  I am poyson’d.

Hamlet

15826 = Oh Villany!  How?  Let the doore be lock’d.

10481 = Treacherie, seeke it out.

Laertes

17262 = It is heere, Hamlet.  Hamlet, thou art slaine.

16550 = No Medicine in the world can do thee good.

16327 = In thee, there is not halfe an houre of life:

20078 = The Treacherous Instrument is in thy hand,

16124 = Vnbated and envenom’d;  the foule practice

15578 = Hath turn’d it selfe on me.  Loe,  heere I lye,

18729 = Neuer to rise againe:  Thy Mothers poyson’d:

16188 = I can no more, the King, the King’s too blame.

Hamlet

11000 = The point envenom’d too,

12635 = Then, venome, to thy worke.

7260 = Hurts the KING.

All

8340 = Treason, Treason.

King

14312 = O yet defend me Friends, I am but hurt.

Hamlet

20553 = Heere, thou incestuous, murdrous damned Dane,

18357 = Drink off this Potion:  Is thy Vnion heere?

12570 = Follow my mother.                                    KING dies.

Laertes

9166 = He is iustly seru’d.

14310 = It is a poyson temp’red by himselfe:

18891 = Exchange forgiuenesse with me, Noble Hamlet;

17672 = Mine and my Fathers death come not vpon thee,

8344 = Nor thine on me!                          Dyes.

Hamlet

16016 = Heauen make thee free of it, I follow thee.

16698 = I am dead Horatio, wretched Queene adiew

18307 = You that looke pale, and tremble at this chance,

19446 = That are but Mutes or audience to this acte:

16203 = Had I but time (as this fell Sergeant death

20403 = Is strick’d in his Arrest) oh I could tell you.

11064 = But let it be: Horatio, I am dead.

19706 = Thou liu’st, report me and my causes right

9004 = To the vnsatisfied.

Horatio

6624 = Never beleeve it.

12529 = I am more an antike Roman then a Dane:

12748 = Heere’s yet some Liquor left.

Hamlet

11647 = As th’art a man, giue me the Cup.

9310 = Let go, by Heauen Ile haue’t.

16353 = Oh good Horatio, what a wounded name,

23722 = (Things standing thus vnknowne) shall liue behind me.

16212 = If thou did’st ever hold me in thy heart,

14264 = Absent thee from felicitie awhile,

21381 = And in this harsh world draw thy breath in paine,

8662 = To tell my storie.

2200203

VII. If thou did’st ever hold me in thy heart

(Construction G. T.)

309284

Horatio

 8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Harsh World

Hell Gates

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland

Painful Breath

11587 = Character Assassination

5881 = Níðingsverk – Barbarity

7750 = Psychiatric Rape

6603 = Mannorðsmorð – Vicious Slander

16439 = Criminal Obstruction of Justice

The Rest¹

Persecutors – Jesting Pilates

U.S. Government

12867 = William Jefferson Clinton – President

4496 = Janet Reno – Attorney General

International Monetary Fund

8899 = Jacques de Larosière – Managing Director

7678 = Michel Camdessus – Managing Director

5517 = William B. Dale – Deputy Managing Director

2713 = Dick Erb – Deputy Managing Director

6584 = Jacques J. Polak – Economic Counsellor

4734 = Tun Thin – Asian Department Director

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

3542 = Ken Clark – Director of Administration

3339 = Graeme Rea – Director of Administration

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

5446 = Nick Zumas – Grievance Committee Chairman

Harvard University

3625 = Derek C. Bok – President

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

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

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

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

Iceland Government

10244 = Vigdís Finnbogadóttir – President

11361 = Salóme Þorkelsdóttir – Althing President

6028 = Davíð Oddsson – Prime Minister

10295 = Þorsteinn Pálsson – Minister of Justice

8316 = Jón Sigurðsson – 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

309284

V + VI + VII = 52036 + 2200203 + 309284 = 2561523 

***

Calculator for converting letters to cipher values is at:

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¹The rest

At the end of Francis Bacon‘s New Atlantis, A Work Unfinished, there is a stand-alone sentence after the last paragraph of the text itself: The rest was not perfected.

As in:

Hamlet

60519

16212 = If thou did’st ever hold me in thy heart,

14264 = Absent thee from felicitie awhile,

21381 = And in this harsh world draw thy breath in paine,

8662 = To tell my storie.

60519

Present Note

60519

8525 = Gunnar Tómasson

12385 = Guðrún Ólafía Jónsdóttir

Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands

New Atlantis

13484 = The rest was not perfected.

Man-Beast

 -4000 = Dark Sword

60519

 

 

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Prince Hamlet – The Holy of God

© Gunnar Tómasson

23 January 2018

I. Rich gifts wax poore when giuers proue vnkinde.

(Act III, Sc. i, First Folio, 1623)

878864

 5415 = Enter Hamlet.

Hamlet

18050 = To be, or not to be, that is the Question:

19549 = Whether ’tis Nobler in the minde to suffer

23467 = The Slings and Arrowes of outragious Fortune,

17893 = Or to take Armes against a Sea of troubles,

16211 = And by opposing end them: to dye, to sleepe

13853 = No more; and by a sleepe, to say we end

20133 = The Heart-ake, and the thousand Naturall shockes

19800 = That Flesh is heyre too?  ‘Tis a consummation

17421 = Deuoutly to be wish’d. To dye to sleepe,

19236 = To sleepe, perchance to Dreame; I, there’s the rub,

19794 = For in that sleepe of death, what dreames may come,

21218 = When we haue shufflel’d off this mortall coile,

20087 = Must giue vs pawse. There’s the respect

13898 = That makes Calamity of so long life:

24656 = For who would beare the Whips and Scornes of time,

24952 = The Oppressors wrong, the poore mans Contumely,

18734 = The pangs of dispriz’d Loue, the Lawes delay,

16768 = The insolence of Office, and the Spurnes

20720 = That patient merit of the vnworthy takes,

17879 = When he himselfe might his Quietus make

21696 = With a bare Bodkin? Who would these Fardles beare

17807 = To grunt and sweat vnder a weary life,

17426 = But that the dread of something after death,

21935 = The vndiscouered Countrey, from whose Borne

20927 = No Traueller returnes, Puzels the will,

19000 = And makes vs rather beare those illes we haue,

20119 = Then flye to others that we know not of.

20260 = Thus Conscience does make Cowards of vs all,

18787 = And thus the Natiue hew of Resolution

21086 = Is sicklied o’re, with the pale cast of Thought,

17836 = And enterprizes of great pith and moment,

22968 = With this regard their Currants turne away,

18723 = And loose the name of Action.  Soft you now,

16746 = The faire Ophelia? Nimph, in thy Orizons

9726 = Be all my sinnes remembred.

Ophelia

5047 = Good my Lord,

17675 = How does your Honor for this many a day?

Hamlet

17391 = I humbly thanke you: well, well, well.

Ophelia

15437 = My Lord, I haue Remembrances of yours,

14927 = That I haue longed long to re-deliuer.

12985 = I pray you now, receiue them.

Hamlet

12520 = No, no, I neuer gaue you ought.

Ophelia

19402 = My honor’d Lord, I know right well you did,

24384 = And with them words of so sweet breath compos’d,

19172 = As made the things more rich, then perfume left:

14959 = Take these againe, for to the Noble minde

24436 = Rich gifts wax poore, when giuers proue vnkinde.

5753 = There my Lord.

878864

II + III = 2444 + 605272 + 271148 = 878864

IV + V = 867003 + 11861 = 878864

II. Hebrew Man of Seventh Day

(Ancient Myth)

2444

Monad Incarnate

   7 = Man of Seventh Day

Earth and Heaven

Two Brothers

1516 = Cain

  921 = Abel

2444

 

III. The Nativity of Christ the Lord

(Luke, 2:1-14, KJB, 1611)

605272

2:1

13790 = And it came to passe in those dayes,

24008 = that there went out a decree from Cesar Augustus,

15432 = that all the world should be taxed.

2:2

14105 = (And this taxing was first made

18749 = whe Cyrenius was gouernor of Syria.) [‘whē’ in KJB]

2:3

24375 = And all went to bee taxed, euery one into his owne citie.

2:4

15002 = And Joseph also wet vp fro Galilee,            [‘wēt vp frō’ in KJB]

17033 = out of the citie of Nazareth, into Judea,

20269 = vnto the citie of Dauid, which is called Bethlehem,

17824 = (because he was of the house and linage of Dauid,)

2:5

19175 = To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife,

9634 = being great with child.

2:6

20067 = And so it was, that while they were there,

23641 = the dayes were accomplished that she should be deliuered.

2:7

20353 = And she brought foorth her first borne sonne,

16766 = and wrapped him in swadling clothes,

7062 = and laid him in a manger,

20669 = because there was no roome for them in the Inne.

2:8

15902 = And there were in the same countrey

10274 = shepheards abiding in ye field,

17791 = keeping watch ouer their flocke by night.

2:9

16389 = And, loe, the Angel of the Lord came vpon them,

20554 = and the glory of the Lord shone round about them,

10501 = and they were sore afraid.

2:10

10882 = And the Angel said vnto them,

22860 = Feare not: For behold, I bring you good tidings of great ioy,

11871 = which shall be to all people.

2:11

26618 = For vnto you is borne this day, in the citie of Dauid, a Sauiour,

12472 = which is Christ the Lord.

2:12

13835 = And this shall be a signe vnto you,

21354 = yee shall find the babe wrapped in swadling clothes,

5873 = lying in a manger.

2:13

17179 = And suddenly there was with the Angel

23655 = a multitude of the heauenly hoste praising God, and saying,

2:14

11598 = Glory to God in the highest,

17710 = and on earth peace, good wil towards men.

605272

IV. A New Breed of Men Sent Down from Heaven¹

(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

V. Herod will seeke the yong childe, to destroy him

(Matt. 2:1-15, KJB 1611)

867003

2:1

22213 = Now when Iesus was borne in Bethlehem of Iudea

10918 = in the dayes of Herod the king,

23343 = behold, there came Wise men from the East to Hierusalem,

2: 3

22114 = Saying, Where is he that is borne King of the Iewes?

17767 = for we haue seene his Starre in the East,

12553 = and are come to worship him.

2:3

17238 = When Herod the king had heard these things,

19852 = he was troubled, and all Hierusalem with him.

2:4

17886 = And when he had gathered all the chiefe Priests

14640 = and Scribes of the people together,

19950 = hee demanded of them where Christ should be borne.

2:5

16242 = And they said vnto him, In Bethlehem of Iudea:

19808 = For thus it is written by the Prophet:

2:6

13805 = And thou Bethlehem in the land of Iuda,

18504 = art not the least among the Princes of Iuda:

17285 = for out of thee shall come a Gouernour,

14050 = that shall rule my people Israel.

2:7

21283 = Then Herod, when he had priuily called the Wise men,

25473 = enquired of them diligently what time the Starre appeared:

2:8

13746 = And he sent them to Bethlehem, and said,

16727 = Goe, and search diligently for the yong child,

16727 = Goe, and search diligently for the yong child,

 

18571 = and when ye haue found him, bring me word againe,

15741 = that I may come and worship him also.

2:9

16073 = When they had heard the King, they departed;

20532 = and, loe, the Starre which they saw in the East,

19910 = went before them, till it came and stood ouer

13080 = where the young childe was.

2:10

13179 = When they saw the Starre,

16610 = they reioyced with exceeding great ioy.

2:11

18157 = And when they were come into the house,

21034 = they saw the yong child with Mary his mother,

15073 = and fell downe, and worshipped him:

17765 = and when they had opened their treasures,

14051 = they presented vnto him gifts,

12222 = gold and frankincense, and myrrhe.

2:12

11683 = And being warned of God in a dreame,

18669 = that they should not returne to Herode,

25133 = they departed into their owne countrey another way.

2:13

14580 = And when they were departed, behold,

20031 = the Angel of the Lord appeareth to Ioseph in a dreame,

20472 = saying, Arise, and take the young childe, and his mother,

26110 = and flee into Egypt, and bee thou there vntill I bring thee word:

23430 = for Herode will seeke the young childe, to destroy him.

2:14

6353 = When he arose,

18510 = he tooke the yong childe and his mother by night,

9434 = and departed into Egypt:

2:15

17019 = And was there untill the death of Herode,

10487 = that it might be fulfilled

23713 = which was spoken of the Lord by the Prophet, saying,

13984 = Out of Egypt haue I called my sonne.

867003

VI. Out of Egypt haue I called my sonne

(Construction G.T.)

11861

The Lord

      1 = Monad

The Prophet

(Shakespeares Sonnets)

10347 = Our Ever-living Poet

Out of Egypt

 -2487 = Anus, Seat of the Lower Emotions

I haue called my sonne

(Creation Myth)

4000 = Flaming Sword – Coming of Christ

11861

VII. Herod sent foorth, and slewe all the children

(Matt. 2:16-23, KJB 1611)

477150

2:16

4634 = Then Herode,

22575 = when hee saw that hee was mocked of the Wise men,

11240 = was exceeding wroth,

18034 = and sent foorth, and slewe all the children

21872 = that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coasts thereof,

23115 = from two yeeres olde and vnder, according to the time,

20828 = which he had diligently enquired of the Wise men.

2:17

11167 = Then was fulfilled that

21928 = which was spoken by Ieremie the Prophet, saying,

2:18

12453 = In Rama was there a voice heard,

18809 = lamentation, and weeping, and great mourning,

13595 = Rachel weeping for her children,

20557 = and would not be comforted, because they are not.

2:19

20347 = But when Herode was dead, behold, an Angel of the Lord

15701 = appeareth in a dreame to Ioseph in Egypt,

2:20

19523 = Saying, Arise, and take the yong childe and his mother,

11447 = and goe into the land of Israel:

21295 = for they are dead which sought the yong childes life.

2:21

19763 = And he arose, and tooke the yong childe and his mother,

11526 = and came into the land of Israel.

2:22

20415 = But when he heard that Archelaus did reigne in Iudea

13090 = in the roome of his father Herod,

12241 = hee was afraid to go thither:

20823 = notwithstanding, beeing warned of God in a dreame,

16898 = he turned aside into the parts of Galilee:

2:23

17065 = And hee came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth,

27701 = that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the Prophets,

8508 = He shalbe called a Nazarene.

477150

VIII + IX = 468222 + 8928 = 477150

 

VIII. Abomination of Desolation:

That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by

the Prophets

(Contemporary history)

468222

The Gates of Hell

13031 = International Monetary Fund

9948 = Harvard University

7146 = Seðlabanki Íslands – Central Bank of Iceland = 30125

Right Measure of Man

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 – Pilatuses

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

468222

IX. He shalbe called a Nazarene

(Construction G. T.)

8928

He

(Shakespeares Sonnets)

 3637 = Mr. W. H.

Egypt

-1000 = Darkness

Mr. W. H. Called Out of Egypt

 4000 = Flaming Sword – Cosmic Creative Power

To That Eternitie Promised by

Our Ever-living Poet

-6960 = Jarðlig skilning – Earthly Understanding

5596 = Andlig spekðin – Spiritual Wisdom

And shalbe called a

 3655 = Nazarene

 8928

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¹A New Breed of Men Sent Down from Heaven

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

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.

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Hagia Sophia – Christ‘s Church

© Gunnar Tómasson

22 January 2018

Background

(Internet)

  • Sophia means Wisdom in Greek Language. When we translate the full name of Hagia Sophia to English it is Shrine of The Holy of God.
  • Hagia Sophia was dedicated to Logos who was the second person in the Holy Trinity, in December 25th.

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I. Platonic-Augustan-Saga-Shakespeare

Myth and Prophecy

(Construction G. T.)

1278060

262982 = Horace‘s Monument

94300 = Platonic-Augustan-Saga-Shakespeare Authors

468222 = Abomination of Desolation

271148 = Virgil‘s Fourth Eclogue

181408 = Ovid‘s Metamorphoses – Omega

1278060

II + III = 399196 + 878864 = 1278060

II. Hagia Sophia and Christ‘s Church

(Matt.16:13-20, King James Bible 1611)

399196

 4385 = Hagia Sophia

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

24422 = And I will giue vnto thee the keyes of the kingdome of heauen:

27217 = and whatsoeuer thou shalt bind on earth, shall be bound in heauen:

28617 = whatsoeuer thou shalt loose on earth, 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.

399196

III. Prince Hamlet – The Holy of God

(Act III, Sc. i, First Folio, 1623)

878864

 5415 = Enter Hamlet.

Hamlet

18050 = To be, or not to be, that is the Question:

19549 = Whether ’tis Nobler in the minde to suffer

23467 = The Slings and Arrowes of outragious Fortune,

17893 = Or to take Armes against a Sea of troubles,

16211 = And by opposing end them: to dye, to sleepe

13853 = No more; and by a sleepe, to say we end

20133 = The Heart-ake, and the thousand Naturall shockes

19800 = That Flesh is heyre too?  ‘Tis a consummation

17421 = Deuoutly to be wish’d. To dye to sleepe,

19236 = To sleepe, perchance to Dreame; I, there’s the rub,

19794 = For in that sleepe of death, what dreames may come,

21218 = When we haue shufflel’d off this mortall coile,

20087 = Must giue vs pawse. There’s the respect

13898 = That makes Calamity of so long life:

24656 = For who would beare the Whips and Scornes of time,

24952 = The Oppressors wrong, the poore mans Contumely,

18734 = The pangs of dispriz’d Loue, the Lawes delay,

16768 = The insolence of Office, and the Spurnes

20720 = That patient merit of the vnworthy takes,

17879 = When he himselfe might his Quietus make

21696 = With a bare Bodkin? Who would these Fardles beare

17807 = To grunt and sweat vnder a weary life,

17426 = But that the dread of something after death,

21935 = The vndiscouered Countrey, from whose Borne

20927 = No Traueller returnes, Puzels the will,

19000 = And makes vs rather beare those illes we haue,

20119 = Then flye to others that we know not of.

20260 = Thus Conscience does make Cowards of vs all,

18787 = And thus the Natiue hew of Resolution

21086 = Is sicklied o’re, with the pale cast of Thought,

17836 = And enterprizes of great pith and moment,

22968 = With this regard their Currants turne away,

18723 = And loose the name of Action.  Soft you now,

16746 = The faire Ophelia? Nimph, in thy Orizons

9726 = Be all my sinnes remembred.

Ophelia

5047 = Good my Lord,

17675 = How does your Honor for this many a day?

Hamlet

17391 = I humbly thanke you: well, well, well.

Ophelia

15437 = My Lord, I haue Remembrances of yours,

14927 = That I haue longed long to re-deliuer.

12985 = I pray you now, receiue them.

Hamlet

12520 = No, no, I neuer gaue you ought.

Ophelia

19402 = My honor’d Lord, I know right well you did,

24384 = And with them words of so sweet breath compos’d,

19172 = As made the things more rich, then perfume left:

14959 = Take these againe, for to the Noble minde

24436 = Rich gifts wax poore, when giuers proue vnkinde.

5753 = There my Lord.

878864

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