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originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio
On that day the world will change; the dynasties of new shall fall and those of old shall return.[/align]
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Seemingly I had enemies before I was even born. People have been watching my bloodline for a very long time, and now I see why. I've
been under intense surveillance for four years and even my own mother won't talk to me about it, so it's obviously very serious. I'm not talking about
“taking the monarchy down”, that would be a ludicrous thing to suggest let alone act upon... rather I'm talking about truth, bringing into the
open the secrets which have evaded us for so long now.
Okay, this is the crux of it... I do not believe that one peasant has had so much attention directed towards him, with so many people in a major position power knowing his name, for 2,000 years. This is biblical, this is for real... what has happened to me is unprecedented. I'm experiencing telepathy and other psychic abilities and all most everybody can do is keep silent. How is it possible that I can think something in my head and somebody immediately turns to look at me either with a smile or a very confused face? Psychic blood, that's how... which must surely worry the crown to no end since it's very likely to be an ancient line. So... maybe I'm more royal than they?
Now, does anybody know anything about a phenomenon possibly known as the “Touch of God”?
Also, does anybody know anything about “Edwards Millions”? Now I wonder about 9/11...
I'm experiencing telepathy and other psychic abilities and all most everybody can do is keep silent. How is it possible that I can think something in my head and somebody immediately turns to look at me either with a smile or a very confused face? Psychic blood, that's how... which must surely worry the crown to no end since it's very likely to be an ancient line. So... maybe I'm more royal than they?
Well, so crazy that I scared the Mormons... that's gotta take some doing! Seriously though, I realise how this can sound but I'm prying for answers because nobody has been able to give me any. You're right though, many people think it's some kind of mental illness but the truth is that some very weird things have been happening in my life lately. I mean, consider this... I was sat at a train station one time and without even making eye contact with anybody I thought to myself, “If anybody's got the Spirit with them, turn and smile at me now” and at an instant, an Egyptian-looking lady did exactly that. Another time, sat outside a cathedral, I thought “I believe”, and this lady did the exact same thing. Those are just two examples, it's happened quite a few times. Now it's got to the point that people, including children, are giving me the Eye of Horus... which is very telling. So yeah, something is going on for sure. As for “encountering a divine being”, I guess that's one way of putting it... though I'm not talking about seeing or hearing, rather the being physically touched by something in a way which I believe has been documented in ancient text (although I'm struggling to find a reference, hence my asking).
originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio
a reply to: Darkblade71
I already am famous, virtually the whole of England knows me. I won't be elaborating here and now, I'm just being left in an impossible position and so I will be forced into taking direct action and this serves as notice. On a side-note...
“Those whom believe not in prophets, will never see them coming”
Well, I'm having a hard time finding any information, which is unsurprising really... but I'm pretty sure that the concept of
“psychic blood” is known and is typically attributable to royalty. Personally, I believe that we're innately psychic but it is deliberately
suppressed, either by filling our heads with garbage (television being a prime example), by overworking us or by putting nasties in our diet. For
some, it may be much stronger than normal and I consider that royal bloodlines are amongst the strongest. One attribute of being psychic could be
sensing bloodlines and I think I have a knack at that... it's as though I know a royal when I see one, be they Windsor or Spencer. I was once told
that our family is distantly related to Diana, which makes me wonder if the Spencers were essentially a branch off a primary royal line, only to come
back around into the family (hence that our heir-apparent has offspring from the Spencer line). I mentioned “Edwards Millions”; I am keen to know
where this surname originated because I am considering that it came about from an illegitimate child who could not take his father's surname, and
therefore took his forename... except the Edward in question was probably not the real father. I'm talking about the son of Henry VIII, who was
shipped off to North America in order to keep him safe from enemies. This is one of the great secrets, that he actually had a son who survived
childhood. Maybe that is why Queen Anne gave Robert Edwards significant land in what we now know as Wall Street, because she knew he was royal blood?
Could this actually present an alternative theory as to why the towers fell?
a reply to: ladyinwaiting
I've already made it clear that I won't be medicated. Yes, this ordeal has caused me problems and occasionally I can be irrational... but what we're dealing with here is a genuine problem of public interest.
We already know the rumours that she was knocked-off by the crown. As for rituals, I never mentioned anything about such a thing but it's a valid point no less. Actually, what has been bothering me the most of late is not the surveillance, not any claim I may have to the throne or Wall Street... but what appears to be a real case of children being sacrificed. Heck, I've been seeing children's clothes lying about the street as if to be some kind of “clue”, be it nothing more than a wind-up or some kind of threat. There's the taking of blood, then there's taking children's blood... it's just not a done thing but I can only suspect that it is genuinely happening.
3. The identity of Robert Edwards
The honest answer to the question "Who was Robert Edwards"? is "No-one really knows". He is difficult to identify positively for a number of reasons. To start with, there are British and American versions of the legend. Some say he came from a family which originated from England or Wales but which emigrated to America in the 1620s or 30s; others that he, himself, emigrated to America from South Wales with his brothers Jacob, Joshua and John. Confusion is compounded by the fact that several claimant families appear to have basically the same family tree with slight variations. On the basis of just two of these, we find one Robert Edwards born 1716 with brothers and sisters as named in the lease and one Robert Edwards born 1730 with brothers and sisters identically named plus additional ones. One thing is certain, the name Robert Edwards was not uncommon. Indeed when one realises that the surname derived from the Christian name Edward it should come as no surprise to be told that not all families bearing the name are related to each other.
If the legends are to be believed, Robert Edwards was a man of many parts being variously described as a captain in the army, an officer in the navy, a shipbuilder, a buccaneer who was granted the land for services to the British Crown, and the the saviour of an Indian Princess whose father, the Chief of the local tribe, awarded him the land for saving his daughter's life! That there was a Robert Edwards serving as an officer in the British navy at the relevant period can be verified by navy records. The other stories have as yet no firm basis in fact.
Conclusion In the years which have elapsed since the expiry of the lease in 1877, many attempts have been made to claim the fortune. All have failed. In most instances the evidence produced was either deemed inconclusive or was mishandled by unscrupulous lawyers looking to make easy money. Claims have been further hampered by the Statute of Limitations in the state of New York which requires claims to be made within fifteen years of the expiry of any lease. Genealogical problems aside (and these at present seem insurmountable), the would-be claimant faces a massive legal battle with little apparent hope of success. Indeed the chance of making a legitimate claim has been likened to that of winning the jackpot on the National Lottery.
This is not to say that if you are an Edwards you should give up trying to trace your family tree. Far from it. It can, and should be, an enjoyable hobby. Just be prepared to follow things through systematically generation by generation. If ultimately this results in financial gain, all well and good but look upon this possibility as a bonus. The immediate satisfaction of the amateur genealogist comes from placing the family in its context and in tracing one's own personal roots.