Wednesday, November 22, 2017

History's Mysteries SOLVED #

by Lynn & Da-da

Hi all, and welcome to a new segment where Lynn and Da-da investigate and solve various historical mysteries. As usual, Lynn's words are "in quotes,” and Da-da’s follow-up questions are [in brackets]. Here we go.

Image 1. The Great London Fire of 1666
Ok, who set the Great London Fire and why? I’m guessing it was a cabal thing. It’s always a cabal thing.

What Lynn Saw

"I get that you’re right: it was a cabal thing. But which branch did it? Hm. I see it had to do with the English Royalty. But… why hurt a country you were ruling? Ah. It was their way of 'cleansing,' trying to eliminate the poor people and their neighborhoods. The Royals of that time (and today) thought the lower classes were a drain on society, and were keeping their betters from making as much money as they could. There was also some illness that was starting at nearby docks that they wanted to kill with fire, rather than just spend the time and money to cure. And then on top of all that, the fire was set to open up valuable real estate so they could build newer, nicer neighborhoods." 

[Just like Nero and the burning of Rome, so Nero could build a bigger Imperial palace. Btw… speaking of fires, was the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 started for similar reasons?]

“Yes, the Chicago Fire was also intentional, and started for nearly the exact same reasons." 

Image 2. The Burning of the Ancient Library of Alexandria
Who set the Ancient Library of Alexandria on fire in 48 BC and why? 

What Lynn Saw
"I see a small mercenary group swoop in and steal some books and maps, then burn this place to the ground. The action was actually kinda evil; the group who did this were sociopaths, they just went in and started killing unarmed people. The library itself was like a church, very quiet and unprotected. Then these guys came in and started killing everyone. Mostly maps were taken. They wanted to create a distraction so the city could be taken over. Also, when you eliminate ancient knowledge, you get to build your own history, so it was a preemptive attack."

[Was the mercenary group directed by Julius Caesar? ]

"Ah. It get it was. I didn't see that they first time around, but when I put the question out there I get a ‘YES’."

[False flags: a time-worn institution.]

Image 3. The Valley Of Headless Men
Here’s a macabre one. This from Listverse:

"Nahanni National Park, part of the Mackenzie Mountains region in Canada, has become known as the Valley of Headless Men and with good reason. For thousands of years, the region was said to be evil, with many tribes refusing to settle there. The ones who did told of mysterious creatures inhabiting the vast forests and restless spirits stalking the area. However, the greatest danger is said to be the violent Naha tribe of the mountains. The tribe allegedly consists of deadly warriors who wear masks and armor. Larger than normal men, these fighters wield strange and unidentifiable weapons. They are notorious for decapitating their victims."
What Lynn Saw
"First thing I get is: they’re going to want to blame this on bigfoot. But that’s not true. The bigfoot are peaceful. They’re also vegetarians. As for those actually responsible… they're an ancient native tribe that lives in those woods. They’ve totally secluded themselves; been isolated for many many years. You will not find them. You wouldn’t want to! They’re terribly ruthless and protective of their land. They don’t want anyone disturbing their habitat. They see how irresponsible most humans are, so they decided to keep the modern world out. Because of this self-isolation, they’re also highly inbred. I dont see them hairy or overly large, as the reports have it. Seems like this is a bit of fear and imagination. I do see a lot of lower IQ and deformity, though. They behave more like a human animals: cunning, but primitive. They decapitate as a clear warning. You won’t see them coming, They’re that stealthy. They’re kinda like bears. If you get too close to their stuff, they’ll take you out no matter what. You need to take extreme caution if you’re going up there. If you SEE them, it’s too late. I’d totally avoid that area, because you will not see them coming. They have no concept of mercy." 

[Does this group have a specific language?]

"I don't get a name. Feels more like a weird grunting sound when they refer to themselves. They are so far removed from any kind of society that they haven't socially advanced. They live in perpetual survival mode."

Image 4. The Man in the Iron Mask
So, who was the man in the iron mask? Here’s what we know from Wikipedia: 

"A French political prisoner imprisoned at Pignerol in northwestern Italy in about 1681, he died at the age of forty-five in the Bastille in Paris in 1698 and was buried in the cemetery of Saint Paul under the name of Marchioly. His real identity was kept secret, causing many to speculate about who he really was. The controversial French Enlightenment author Voltaire, who himself was imprisoned for his writings, wrote that the prisoner was the brother of King Louis XIV."

What Lynn Saw
"I get that he was a famous person. They didn’t allow him to be seen or speak. Even the guards had no idea who it was. It was a brother who had a right to the throne. He was very outspoken and didn’t like how the current king was operating, and called him out, threatening to expose the king’s dirty dealing with another country, some deal that wasn't in the greater good of the French people, but was good for the king. So anyway, the king wanted his little brother to be quiet about it, so he had him arrested him and placed in the iron mask as he was so easily recognizable." 

[Was it Philippe d'Orleans, The Duke d’Anjou, Louis XIV's younger brother? If he was imprisoned, why wasn’t he missed? Did they use a double?]

"I do feel it was Philippe... I get he was said to be "travelling" a lot. And yes, there was a double, and they pulled it off quite well because he rarely made an appearance."

Image 5. The Hornsey Coal Poltergeist
Here’s the story from Everyday Strange:

"Ivan Frost of No. 8 Ferrestone Road in Hornsey, London, bought [about a ton] of coal on New Year's Day in 1921. When he took it home, the coal exploded when burned, with one piece smashing through a window. The coal was also seen to jump from the grate, dance on the floor and disappear through walls without leaving a mark, only to reappear in a shower of sparks in another room. "Other lumps smashed pictures and damaged the furniture in the dining-room," Mr. Frost told the Daily Mail in a story published January 31, 1921, "we cleared all the coal out into the garden. Last night some of it reappeared in the house, and we heard it dropping at the top of the stairs. It seemed to be moving up from below …"

A reporter for the Aberdeen Journal noted that… "As anyone who visits the house can see, the manifestations, whether spiritualistic or not, have done material damage. Windows and pictures and crockery are broken, and the walls are scarred where pieces of coal have struck the wall paper. A woman neighbour who called to express sympathy states that a piece of coal, thrown from apparently nowhere, struck her on the leg.” A police inspector came by the house and picked up a piece of the rogue coal. It broke into three parts, then disappeared from his hand. Before long, the activity spread to other objects. Unexplained rappings could be heard in the walls of the house.  A flat iron flew through the air, before landing unscathed, other objects would go missing and turn up in odd places. Ornaments would crash violently to the ground but land unbroken. Later, a knife and loaf of bread flew across the kitchen and a clock disappeared from the wall in the presence of Rev. A.L. Gardiner, Vicar of St. Gabriel's, Wood Green.

The story only gets more bizarre. Heavy furniture was thrown at the children by unseen hands, beds levitated, plants danced in their clay pots. At this point, the phenomena may be a little too far out to be believed. If nothing else, mundane explanation begin to break down so that what remains is the suspicion that one or all members of the family was lying about all or most of it. If the family was simply having a laugh with the newspapers by staging a spooky hoax, then the joke was in extremely poor taste, because the story doesn't end there. In late March, Mr. Frost's five year old niece, Muriel Parker, died following a brief illness, which may or may not have been meningitis. Mr. Frost spoke with newspaper following the girl's death, declaring "Muriel took all the phenomena with calmness until a week or so ago. But since a bedstead rose, knocking over a chair and causing her to fall and bite her tongue, she has been much scared. Just before her death the house became a mass of rappings. Early this week she was taken suddenly ill, and died on Thursday morning. We are all convinced that she has been worried into this illness."

What Lynn Saw
“I get that they def did have a poltergeist, but it had nothing to do with the coal. I keep seeing images of a Ouija board. Looks like someone was playing with some dark stuff and tapped into some darker being and they inadvertently welcomed it into their home. They basically gave it permission to do whatever it wanted. That’s bad news. DO NOT USE OUIJA BOARDS. They are not toys. Looks like it was innocent naive kids who opened a gateway for this thing. It was evil, harmful, malicious. The kids didn’t know what to do as they’d already welcomed this thing into their house."

[Is the thing still in that house?]

"First, please…. everyone... put the warning out there about Ouija boards since Xmas is coming up. These are not toys and the PTW want kids playing with them (you usually see them in the board game isle!!). Before I woke up to all this I had one when I was a kid, and my experience still haunts me. Luckily, my brother and I only played with it in the driveway and not in the house, but there was something dark that came through. We got scared and couldn't seem to get rid of it. We threw the Ouija board in the trash, bent it up, all kinds of stuff... and it would reappear like new in our garage on the shelf every time. [Yikes!] I had to watch it burn in a field with my brother to get rid of it. Don't have one in your house. I do think that spirit is still in the house (does anyone still live there??). It feels very creepy and dark. This one feels very difficult to move on because it tried to get here for a very long time before it succeeded.”


Watchand Knock said...

Exact location would be great!Missing Argentina Sub will run out of oxygen today!

SamV said...

I always look forward to such postings - you and Da-Da cover so much interesting territory, it's really awesome - thank you!

Beloved Shiningstar said...

Beloved ShiningstarNovember 22, 2017 at 1:32 PM
Yikes! A friend of mine, when we were in 5th-6th grade or so, had a ouja board at her house during a sleepover. She said the same going as you! About finding it in the trash and when it got moved it would reappear...I didn't realize it was harmful, but got creeped out when we used it. Soon after, a black dog came to visit me while I was falling asleep at my dads house... thought it was our black lab so I tried calling her over, but it was acting different. When I got out of bed Togo after turned away and when I went out into the hallway to look for her, she was nowhere. I found our dog all the way upstairs, behind a closed door!! I asked my dad if he Took our lab upstairs after I fell asleep. He was confused as to why she would be downstairs with me, since she isn't allowed and no one opened the door for her to go down.... eeek! When I told mom about this she had me baptized.

Lynn can you clarify? Was this black dog entity from the ouja board or a deceased pet?

jake travis said...

Happy holidays y'all. As far as Ouija boards are concerned its origin is Morocco. Morocco is in africa. So if your dont have a direct lineage to africa then Ouija boards are not for you. Its a communication tool just like a pendelum or tarot cards.

Isiah 45:3 "I will give you the treasures of darkness.."

Portis said...

Wow! Great work, thanks. And oh, to have seen the Library at Alexandira. That is something I would like to have seen.


Unknown said...

In regards to the dangerous (or just highly defensive) native tribe hiding in the vast pine forests of Nahanni, it would relatively easy to find them without risk to anyone. Rescue drones with heat sensors can locate people lost in dense brush just by their body heat. Any curious anthropologist could use the same technology to find the tribe.

Or not. Maybe they should just be left alone and allowed to remain at their stone age level, even if they are located. The shock of contact with modern humans would probably be too much for them, as it has been for other native tribes.

Beloved Shiningstar said...

I loved the mysteries reading too! The ones about the lost tribe is interesting... I was just watching a documentary about untouched tribes not that long ago.

Karoline said...

Hi Lynn,
Great readings. What is the purpose of those O boards? Why does PTW allow this? Do they gain anything out by people using this?

Alex said...

I love these interesting readings by Lynn and Dada but please also bring back the past life reading series.

Watchand Knock said...

Mistery Unsolved!
A task force of 12 countries with more than 4,000 sailors are trying to spot the sunken submarine but Hopes are fading 'on last day of oxygen'. Geographical coordinates would be Great!!!

Bee E-lightened said...



Happy Holidays--NPTB--new powers that be

Bee E-lightened said...

Powers that shouldnt be

King of Pentacles said...

Dear Lynn, many of us have been fascinated by the Ancient Library of Alexandria did it look? Was it big in size? Tall? How old were the "books", how many documents, no backup? do copies exist? Hidden in caves? In the Vatican? Maybe you could take a walk though and tell what you see, that would be quite cool ...!

Serene said...

I sure would love to be a fly on the wall when the O board pulls itself out of the trash and puts itself back onto the garage shelf. Now that's a viral video! No seriously, I have heard of weird happenings with O boards. And yes some kids did get them for Christmas. Yours truly in fact. No they are not toys. Really they are not for anyone. It's like opening up your front door and letting anyone in. Call your store and complain. Better yet, call Hasbro, they only continue to sell these things because the public keeps buying them.

Serene said...

p.s. the O board was thrown in the trash years and years ago.

The enlightened one said...

I love you.

Well done with the ouija board.

Forgot to say... God loves you too, for real!

How about for next co-op you send a list of all your un-answered questions and then he chooses among them.

The enlightened one said...

@Lynn the psychic esoteric Mystery Solver
A-silly-toddler-with-a-silly-name has done a great job with the questions in this reading.

Btw, I was going to say that Jesus loves you, but since you're psychic, you probably already know that.

Chatty Cathy said...

Prince Harry has proposed to Meghan Markle, to be married in the Spring.

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

Hi everyone! Thanks again for the comments (and reading suggestions)! I was out for a few days, so it was fun catching up.

@King of Pentacles: It actually looked to have have a lot of scrolls too. The books were all different sizes, but the covers were the cool looking thing (all kinds of materials from thin wood or leathers). It was like an art museum. :-)

@Serene: I agree!! Glad your is gone!! It is very upsetting they are sold with the games, when they are clearly much more than that.

Hugs! -Lynn

King of Pentacles said...

Thank you!

Beloved Shiningstar said...

Awesome reading thank you again