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Line 911 of Shakespeare’s Sonnets is the first line of Sonnet 66: The next
11 lines of Sonnet 66 begin with the letter
The 13th
line begins with a second capital Beginning
on Line 911 we meet up with a capital The Upon a close examination of this symbol, it is revealed there are 13 steps, or tiers, that make up the base of the pyramid. For the sake of exploration and adventure, lets begin our journey of the Sonnets by relating these 13 tiers to the first 13 lines of Sonnet 66. What we have as our Sonnets vision is a 13 tiered symbol which represents the massive base of a pyramid framed by two Masonic Pillars. This visual exploration begins on Line 911 of the Sonnets collection as it was originally printed in the year 1609. Above the
13 tiers on the Dollar bill design is a floating capstone from which
a single The center
word in the 14th line is I have
seen many If you are the least bit curious about the greater design I am speaking of, then you must continue forth on what may awaken some deep mysteries concealed within the Sonnets and the Dollar bill pyramid symbol. This adventure may even awaken some deep mysteries inside of yourself. I have shown you a simple demonstration of what may be a small part of an elaborate symbol. In order to take us to another level of this design we need to bring in some more connections. We’ll begin by applying the 14 tiered symbol on the Dollar bill to the total Sonnets collection. Remember
that Sonnet 66 is divided into 14 lines? In a similar way we can divide
the total 154 Sonnets into 14 groups in which there are 11 Sonnets in
each group. Basic math tells us that 11 Sonnets in each group multiplied
by 14 groups yields a total 154 Sonnets. Figuring that there are
normally 14 lines in each Sonnet, multiplied by the 11 Sonnets in each
group, we end up with 154 lines in each group of Sonnets. In this way
one group of Sonnets with 154 lines is a micro-model of the entire Sonnets
collection macro-model of 154 Sonnets. It should
be mentioned that two of the Sonnets do not have 14 lines though. Sonnet
99 has 15 lines and Sonnet 126 has 12 lines. All 152 of the others have
14 lines. There is an amazing coincidence about this that we will examine
later on. But for now, I will just point how this little jog in the
numbers makes for an interesting characteristic in the Sonnets design.
In our exploration we’ll divide the 154 Sonnets into 14 groups of 11
Sonnets and relate the 14 groups of Sonnets to the 14 tiers on the Dollar
bill pyramid. For the sake of discussion I’ll refer to these groups
of Sonnets as Visualize
the 13 tiered base of the pyramid and then think about the 13 tiers
of the Sonnets. The very top of the 13th tier relates to
Line 2001 in the Sonnets. Line 911 begins with the first On the
Dollar bill we read the words, “NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM”, which translates
into “A new order of the ages.” On June 13, 1782, Charles Thomson was
given the task of creating the final design for the Great Seal. In reference
to these words, Thomson explained: "
Perhaps
a One can
find numerous references to the Great Pyramid and the number 365. For
instance, the upper horizontal passage’s first ante-chamber contains
a circle of 365.25 inches. This is referred to as Using the
14 tiers of 11 Sonnets as our design, we can place 26 days in each tier
which leaves one day left over. This is Day 365, perhaps the In order to best demonstrate how the days divide into 14 tiers, I will present an important table for us to refer to. This table contains 15 columns and 26 rows. Each of the first 14 columns has 26 day numbers sequentially arranged from top to bottom going in order from the left-most column to the right. I have placed one letter of our 26 letter alphabet to mark each row in another column at the left. I have also labeled the columns with one letter each in a row above. Please take a look on the next page and study the table. See if you can find another way the number 365 is connected to a circle symbol:
The columns
A-N represent the 14 tiers numbered 1-14. The letter Now that
we have looked at this table and seen how it fits with the 14 tiered
pyramid, we can get into some truly fascinating correspondences between
the 365 days and the Sonnets. Let’s begin by dividing the first tier
of 11 Sonnets into 26 equal parts which we will call For a moment
let us take a look at current events in the table, just to see if there
are any clues. September 11 is Day 254 of the year. In the table we
can look across and see it is lined up with the letter
Is Day
254, September 11, the first On the
top row of the table above, notice that in the 7th column
under the letter Before we get too far along we need to include the 365 days to the table that shows the relationships between the 14 tiers, 2,155 lines, and 154 Sonnets:
Are you ready for an eye-opener? If so, then read on. The
base of the pyramid contains 364
On the flip side of that arrangement, we can divide the Sonnets pyramid
into 26 tiers with 14 days in each tier (26 x 14 = 364). We touched
on the latter of these two designs a few moments ago when we examined
how the 11th division, or In
the 14 tiered pyramid, with 26 days in each tier, we pass the 11th
tier and enter Day Isn’t it
interesting how the number 11 seems to mark a passage from one level
to another, and how Shakespeare placed double
1.
The Do you suppose Shakespeare would provide some confirmation about these cipher methods? To check, let’s begin at the beginning of the Sonnets: Lines 1 - 5 of the Sonnets begin with these letters: F T B H B Lines 6 - 10 of the Sonnets begin with these letters: F M T T A Lines 11 - 15 of the Sonnets begin with these letters: W A P T W (Adding up the "Simple" ciphers of those letters we get the following totals.)
F(6) + M(12) + T(19) + T(19) + A(1) = 57 W(21) + A(1) + P(15) + T(19) + W(21) = 77 (Take the totals, 37, 57, and 77,
and cross reference them using the first 37
= K Which spells out the word: " I believe this may be the most important
What about the Sonnets? The 1910 book
Sonnet 11 is at the top of the first
tier. If we add up the cipher totals of the first letters of all 14
lines we get a If we take the only first letter from
each of the first 14 Sonnets, which is the first letter of Sonnet 001,
an
When we add up the cipher numbers
we get a Here is something to think about also.
The The As for the Seal numbers on a date
like this, it was September 11, 1605 when the two Seal numbers last
appeared together. They will never appear again like they did
on September 11, 2001 either. How’s that for an interesting curiosity?
Not only a rare occurrence in time, but also strange how the numbers
are the same in the way the Seal numbers frame the Sonnets. Not to mention
the pyramid itself with its line 911 leading into Day We are starting to get into the good stuff. This is a fascinating design when we begin to pierce the veil and look beyond the obvious. What else might we find? Only time will tell... |