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Island Dogge Will Haue His Day - The Last Pope

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  • Gunnar Tómasson
    May 1, 4:51 pm show options Newsgroups: humanities.lit.authors.shakespeare From: gangleri - Find messages by this author
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      Date: 1 May 2005 16:51:17 -0700
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      Subject: Island Dogge Will Haue His Day - The Last Pope
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      Iceland is mentioned once in the First Folio - in Act II, Sc. i of
      Henry V:

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

      Prince Hamlet picks up on the "dogge" theme in Act V, Sc. i:

      The Cat will Mew and Dogge WILL haue his day.  Exit.  =  21572 = 44866

      What Dogge is this?

      Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere =  17252

      Where is this Dogge?

      The Vatican =  4988

      What is the Dogge's day?

      April 26 =  2602
      1564 =  1564

      April 25 = 2502
      1616 =  1616

      Why "prickeard"?

      "Will" is Elizabethan slang for Genitalia as in -

      WILL Shakspere gent =  10026

      - risen as in the sides of Triangle 3:4:5 raised to the third power as
      in 27 + 64 + 125 or, in biblical terms:

      Resurrected = 216

      as mythical

      Flaming Sword =  4000

      And Dogge has had his Day -

      The End = 100 = 44866

      As in:

      Pure Elementall Wit =  10230

      alias

      Christopher Marlow =  11156

      alias 'The Last Pope'

      Petrus Romanus = 9010

      in the Dogge House alias

      'Seat of Man's Lower Emotions'

      Anus =  2487

      But all is well that ends well

      The End =  100

      - as per Malachy's Prophecy of the Last Pope:

      De labore Solis = 6236

      and

      Gloria olivæ = 5647 = 44866

      P.S.  In Icelandic Saga Myth, the Dogge in question is known as Sámr,
      2332, and its symbol is the Dog Star of Egyptian Myth (Sirius).

      In Mithraic Myth, the Dogge is symbol of the Sun's waning power after
      Autumnal Equinox, as symbolized by the "torchbearer" Cautopates, 5857,
      and the zodiacal sign of Scorpio, 4594, "killing" their Vernal Equinox
      counterparts, Cautes, - 3518, and Taurus, - 4611 as in 5857 + 4594 -
      3518 - 4611 = 2322.

      In the 'Saga of Burnt Niall', the Dogge is 'slaine' at Day's End and
      utters a dying (Marlovian) "oath" to The King, 10 as in 2322 + 10 =
      2332.

      All of which suggests that there may be more things in heaven and earth
      than are dreamt of by the Dogge's entourage.

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