Page 56 decodes to (method here):
AN END: WITHIN THE DEEP WEB TH ERE EXISTS A PAGE THAT HA SHES TO: 36367763ab73783c7af284446c 59466b4cd653239a311cb7116 d4618dee09a8425893dc7500b 464fdaf1672d7bef5e891c6e227 4568926a49fb4f45132c2a8b4 IT IS THE DUTY OF EUERY PILGR IM TO SEEK OUT THIS PAGE.
This could be interpreted as the hash of an onion page, however it should be noted that hashes can be used as unique file identifiers for deep web applications such as Freenet, Gnunet or P2P file sharing systems, which use Distributed Hash Tables.
Possibly an Important Note: On Page 56, the 57th rune (if counting from 1; 56th if counting from 0), an "F" rune, is skipped over. It is the fourth of five "F" runes on the page and the only one that is not encrypted. But it is the first F in the plaintext. If you do not skip it, the prime number 269 would be used (269 Mod 29)-1 = 7. This would result in "OE" instead of "F" and garbled text for the rest of the message. So 269 is not used here, and instead the next rune is shifted using prime number 269.
Possible interpretation of the 5 dots at the bottom of this page as musical notes:
BFFDG = 171 (Gematria value)
HFFDG = 133 (German translation B=H. See link above)
Note: This would be in the key of C Major
NORWEGIAN GERMANIC RUNES TO CA. 500