If I am reading your question correctly, you want to create anchor tags to link wording in your text, such as 852nd AAA to the links you have created in the "See also:" section. Is that right? It can certainly be done and I gave you a hint, they are called anchor tags. However, they are not recommended for use in profiles. One of the goals of WikiTree is to make all the profiles collaborative and accessible to everyone. Some coding is fairly easy, but when you start using anchor tags, it is getting considerably more complicated and there is much more room for typos and other errors. You could use them on your own profile, and possibly free spaces, but you shouldn't use them on people profiles.
A good solution, at least I think it is a good solution, is to create simple hyperlinks directly from your text to off-site urls where one could read more about the subject. You could have the links in-line in the biography section as well as list them at the bottom, as you have already done, in the "See also:" section.
I hope that answers your question.