In the last post we revealed that Christopher Marlowe was more than likely assassinated on the orders of the 16th century Venetian merchant of blood and death, Paolo Sarpi. He’s the man I now call the Wolf of the Lagoon for his restless scheming and crimes against humanity. But most of all, this crypto-atheist monk thought nothing of killing the greatest playwright of the day, Kit Marlowe. That nickname, Kit Marlowe was a term of endearment that men like Paolo Sarpi never receive “in this miserable life.”
I use the quotation merely to point out the words that Sarpi wrote himself to describe the gift of life. Kit Marlowe affirmed life in every line he ever wrote. That’s ultimately why Sarpi and his confederates in England decided they had to kill him.
To illustrate what I mean by this, I’m quoting from Gerald Rose’s “The Venetian Takeover of England: A 200-Year Project.” Concerning Marlowe’s treatment of Venetian methods and influence in his plays, he writes,
The best way to understand the evil of Venice is to look at the great poets’ portrayal of the unbelievable duplicity that Venice represented: portrayals by Marlowe in The Jew of Malta, and by Shakespeare in The Merchant of Venice and especially in Othello, the Moor of Venice. The quintessential Venetian is Iago.
The Venetian Take Over of England
With what we researched in the last article , i.e. Daniel Estulin’s discovery of the very letter Sarpi wrote to his minions in England, calling for the death of Marlowe, we can start putting more of the pieces together. In reference to Paolo Sarpi, Gerald Rose tells us this,
Paolo Sarpi was nominally a Servite monk who was exceptionally talented. Yet he was much more. He was the leading organizer of the Giovani. Out of the Giovani salons and secret society, Venice planned the destruction of Christianity in what was later to be called Freemasonry.
In a book about Sarpi, … Wootton proves that Sarpi was the creator of empiricism and taught Francis Bacon his so-called scientific method. The thesis of this book, which the author proves conclusively, is that Sarpi, while nominally a Catholic monk, revealed himself in his philosophical work to be a radical atheist.
In the prologue of Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, the methods outlined by the Luciferian-character, allegorically named MACHIAVEL are typical of the cynicism and arrogance of the Venetian oligarchy. Of course, Sarpi was the leader of this detestable clique of murderous dandies. When he read Marlowe’s blistering satire, he must have taken it personally. The shoe fit a bit too well for Kit’s own good in this case. Here’s a choice excerpt of MACHIAVEL channeling Sarpi on the English stage.
There’s nothing wrong with being an atheist, I suppose, as long as you’re an honest atheist, who doesn’t use religion to manipulate people and nations to destroy each other. In the case of Paolo Sarpi, this was what he did all in a day’s work.
Marlowe has MACHIAVEL tells us that the “intelligent” ruler is unencumbered by religious or spiritual sentiments. He writes his edicts blood just as Draco did in Dark Age ancient Greece. This was also the Venetian way and Marlowe exposes it masterfully. So now that we have “empirical” facts, the kind that the Janus-faced Bro. Sarpi claims to have lived by, let us now open the proverbial can of gematria, stewed in numerology, on this incredibly duplicitous man.
I count religion but a childish toy / And hold there is no sin but ignorance.The Jew of Malta
Birds of the air will tell of murders past!
I am asham’d to hear such fooleries.
Many will talk of title to a crown:
What right had Caesar to the empery?
Might first made kings, and laws were then most sure
When, like the Draco’s, they were writ in blood.
Below are the encompassing dates for the life and death of the poet Christopher “Kit” Marlowe.
As we noted in the last article, 26 shows up big in Marlowe’s numbers. 26 is considered the “God number” since the word “God” has 26 gematria. He was born and died on days with 26 numerology. He was also born on the 26th day of the month. He lived for a span of 351 months and 5 days. 351 is the 26th triangular number, which means that by adding the numbers 1 through 26, as in 1 + 2 + 3 … up to 26, yields the sum 351.
When you add in the gematria for “Christopher Marlowe,” you end up with a cluster of gematria so twisted, it’s what I now call a Sarpic coincidence, after Paolo Sarpi himself.
Imagine that, “Sarpic coincidence” = 150 in English Ordinal. Marlowe was killed on May 30th, the 150th day of the year. Didn’t plan that, just happened, so there’s a bit of organic gematria confirming the general trend. Now back to work!
While we’re on 53, let’s consider it’s importance for the symbolism it embodies. Both the words, religion and oligarchy have 53 reduced gematria. Paolo Sarpi and the Venetian state, the archetype for oligarchic control, fomented wars of religion to keep the other powers of Europe in their thrall. Marlowe used tragedy and poetry to expose how Venice was making the world suffer through divisive wars.
One of the earlier religious wars between
If we think of Marlowe as a martyr for art and truth, then the choice of May Thirtieth 5/30 for his assassination has another strong layer of symbolism to add to the mix.
- 1416 – Jerome of Prague, Czech martyr and theologian (b. 1379)
- 1431 – Joan of Arc, French martyr and saint (b. 1412)
- 1434 – Prokop the Great, Czech general (b. 1380)
Prokop was the commander of Hussite forces in the Hussite Wars. He died at the battle of Lipany on 5/30. The Hussites were a pre-Reformation heretical sect that defied Roman rule and Catholic kings. Prokop was a hero and martyr to his people. Jerome of Prague was one of John Hus’ main supporters, so he was burned at the stake for his refusal to recant his beliefs.
The Hussite Wars were a prelude to the much more destructive Thirty Years War which ravaged Bohemia once again, along with Germany. The protracted war of religious hatred was finally ended on May 30, 1635. The Venetians were up to their eyeballs with double-dealing on both sides.
We always have to keep in mind that England and Venice were absorbed into each other out of what they saw as mutually beneficial arrangement.
If we take a closer look at the numerology of May 30, 1593 we find other significant syncs with gematria of Kit Marlowe. If we keep the double digits intact, the numerology of that day was 143.
5 + 30 + 15 + 93 = 143
There is one more thing to consider in closing. Marlowe was using gematria-coded satire in his choice of MACHIAVEL for his Luciferian Prologue. The name, of course, comes from the “philosopher” Machiavelli, who authored the infamous manual of tyranny, the little book known as The Prince .