Friday, July 7, 2017

Mummy with a Mason Apron

Q. Hello Lynn, I've enjoyed reading your focus sessions and believe I may have something of interest to you. I discovered this in the newspaper archives about a year ago. As far as I know no one has ever talked about this discovery, at least not on the internet a year ago. If this article is true, is pretty mind blowing considering the content.  The story speaks for itself and if a 1000 year old masonic apron with a temple and the letters OZ found on a mummy in Peru.  If this doesn't get you interested in doing a reading, then I don't know what will!

It would be nice to know the Who, What,  Where...etc. I would have posted it on the blog, but the photo is on my computer only. Thanks for all you do!  Thanks,

A. When I first tune into this I get that this article has all the good makings for a great story for its time.  There is a little truth, little fiction and a little excitement.  I see this being a story that was talked about for weeks to come.  I get there was a box (looks more like a crate), and inside the crate there was a mummified body, precious stones and a jeweled apron. 

It looks like 300 to 400 years ago there was a group of grave robbers that traveled (and hid on) the Mediterranean waters.  In the process of robbing one of the tombs in Egypt, they took a mummy, gold and some precious stones in hopes of selling or bartering the goods.  Some of the precious stones were sold, but (as a surprise to the robbers) they could not sell the mummy because no one wanted to be caught with it (and it had no real value).  

The grave robbers looked to live a few years after this theft, but then got caught in a sand storm and could not survive the elements.  Some traveling merchants found the crate with the mummy and stones and took it.  I hear they traveled far, clear to Persia to sell and trade goods.  It would take several months to complete a full trip.  

During one of the merchant's trips, they spotted a fire and went toward the smoke.  It looks like a caravan of people, animals and cargo were burned.  As they went through the wreckage (some kind of violent attack), they found this apron.  They didn't realize it was special or that it was worth much, but it was more a keepsake from this tragedy.  They put the apron in the crate with the mummy and stones.  

I ask why the merchants would keep carrying this crate (seems like a hassle), and I get it was to prevent theft, and it didn't weigh much (??).  After reaching a trading port near Persia, the merchants were finally able to sell the mummy crate, including the apron.  The crate was then sent on a ship with other goods, furs and spices to South America (where it bounced around and was later bought by Captain Sprague).  

There was a crate.  There was a mummy that was several hundred years old and a masonic looking apron.  The apron, however; was at most 300 (plus or minus) years old.  

And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light- 


Raymond said...

I am glad the mummy finally found a permanent resting place.

The enlightened one said...

Wow! What a story. Could make a great Hollywood film.

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

It was a really strange and interesting reading. Interesting submission.