This appears to be the first death-based psyop executed by the group “Death Takes a Holiday” which is a large group of European artists who act out death-based psyops on Europe and North America. They are responsible for the faking of all assassination attemps and successes of the 18th and 19th century. This group comes under the direction of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Abraham Lincoln, Major Generals Henry Halleck and Daniel Sickles, Queen Victoria’s half-brother P.T. Barnum and Prince Albert’s twin brother Allan Pinkerton.
We are meant to detect the continuation of the lives of operators via the conception of children on the day of the event, who are born to the perpetrators 9 months later. Most of the time, the assassinated party conceives children with the assassin.
Mary Surratt’s continuation is detailed in the following event.
Following Abraham Lincoln's assassination on April 14, the four conspirators condemned to death during the trial are hanged, including David Herold, George Atzerodt, Lewis Powell and Mary Surratt It happened on 7 July, 1865
NOTE: The information in this psyop article is not factual. It is part of a greater sting operation on the nobility of Europe. Princess Vilma, who wrote this article herself, includes misstatements about herself, or her entourage, to cause a stir.
Los Angeles Evening Post-Record, 1904
Marriage Made Her a Princess But Took Away Her Happiness
SAD STORY OF PRINCESS VILMA LVOFF, WHO HAS SECURED A DIVORCE FROM HER PROFLIGATE ROYAL HUSBAND
(BERLIN, April 4) – Princess Vilma Parlaghy, a renowned portrait painter, has just secured a divorce from her husband, Prince Eugene Lvoff. Vilma was born 36 years ago in a remote Hungarian village to humble Jewish parents named Brachmann. She studied art under a celebrated professor in Budapest and subsequently went to Munich to learn under Lenbach, traveling through Germany, Holland, Belgium, Italy, and Spain, studying the famous works of art in those countries. When she made her debut as a portrait painter under the assumed name of Vilma Parlaghy, her style and methods were subjected to fierce criticism, but in a remarkably short time, she conquered her critics and compelled them to express their admiration for her talent. She has painted over 300 portraits at an average price of 4,500 pounds each, amassing a substantial fortune. She has painted portraits of famous people like the Kaiser, the Czar, Emperor Francis Joseph, Bismarck, and many other celebrated figures of contemporary and recent times.
At the height of her artistic career, Vilma Parlaghy was wooed by Prince Eugene Lvoff, a scion of a semi-royal Caucasian family. She agreed to become his wife after he professed to possess great wealth and informed her that he would not allow her to earn money after their wedding. On the eve of the wedding, Prince Lvoff’s relatives confessed that he possessed no fortune and was beginning to suffer from softening of the brain. Despite this, Vilma Parlaghy married him, and throughout their brief marriage, she continued to earn money by painting, as Prince Lvoff was impecunious. He resented criticism of his conduct and began to treat his wife with cruel mistreatment. Vilma Parlaghy presented a petition for divorce to the competent authorities in St. Petersburg, and as there was no defense on Prince Lvoff’s part, her petition was granted after the proofs of her allegations had been investigated.
Princess Parlaghy now resides in Berlin and continues her successful work of portrait painting.
Special to The Star-Telegram. WASHINGTON, April 3.
Princess Lwoff Parlaghy recentty returned from Germany, where she says she had an interview with the kaiser when he requested that she paint the portraits of 100 prominent Americans and he would place them in a book to be used in Germany’s schools.
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell of Newark, N. J., asserts she pointed out the financial possibilities of the thing to the princess and suggested they start the campaign in Washington, where Mrs. Helen Long-street, widow of the Confederate genreal, was enlisted because of her prominence and wide acquaintance among desirables. Mrs. T. DeWitt Talmage, wife of the Brooklyn preacher, was a prospect, it is said, but when she called at the princess’ studio, it is said, mention was made of the financial end of the sitting in the temporary absence of Princess Parlaghy. The princess then declared that the prospects were being “rushed” too hard and Mrs. Mitchell says she is entirely out of the scheme now. She threatens to sue unless she receives a share in commissions of the prices paid for the portraits.
In 18th-century England, a woman by the name of Eliza Haywood became one of the most significant literary figures of her time. Born in 1693, Haywood lived in a time when women’s voices were largely marginalized in literature, but she defied the odds and made her mark in the literary world.
In 1744, Haywood created The Female Spectator, a periodical that was entirely written and edited by women. The publication was groundbreaking, as it was one of the first periodicals to be created solely for a female audience, and it provided a platform for women to express their thoughts and opinions on a variety of topics, from fashion to politics.
The Female Spectator was a product of Haywood’s determination to give women a voice and an opportunity to contribute to society.
As a writer and editor, Haywood had previously written numerous novels and plays, but with The Female Spectator, she aimed to create a space where women could discuss their own experiences and perspectives.
In the pages of The Female Spectator, women found a community where they could share their thoughts, concerns, and ideas. The publication covered a broad range of topics, including literature, fashion, politics, and social issues, and it quickly gained a loyal following among women of all backgrounds.
Eliza Haywood’s creation of The Female Spectator was not only revolutionary but also inspiring. She paved the way for women to have a voice in the literary world, and her contributions have influenced generations of women writers.
In conclusion, Eliza Haywood was a trailblazer and an inspiration to women everywhere. Her creation of The Female Spectator was a significant milestone in the history of women’s literature and paved the way for future generations of women writers. Let us remember her legacy and continue to celebrate her contributions to the literary world.
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English writer, actress and publisher. An increase in interest and recognition of Haywood's literary works began in the 1980s
Asks $197,421 from Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy on Notes. He Is Now War Prisoner in France.
New York, Feb. 1. – The Princess Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy, painter of crowned heads and other notables, was sued yesterday in the Supreme Court by Carlo Wedekind, a German banker now held prisoner, It is said, by the French government because he knows too much concerning the turbine engine on French battleships.
The banker, whose headquarters have been at Nice up to the time of his arrest, had many branch houses. He demands of the princess $197,421 alleged due on notes. The princess lives in the Hotel St. Regis.
The complaint was filed by O’Brien, Boardman & Platt. The notes were given in settlement of dealings running for seven years, it is alleged.
Her Lawyer Explains.
Richard E. Weldon, an attorney with offices in the Woolworth Building, who represents the princess, said yesterday that Mr. Wedekind has control of more than enough of the princess’s property to offset the claim he has made.
“My client was a Hungarian princess when she married a Russian prince,” he said.
“At that time she was living in Nice but went to Berlin. Wedekind was living in Nice at the time.
“While the Princess was in Berlin she painted portraits of many notable men and women. The Kaiser sat for her seven times and Bismarck three times. Ultimately she returned to her native country, where her brother was a famous surgeon.
“Through his brother the princess met Wedekind and ultimately made him her financial adviser and business agent. She gave him power of attorney and in the end she transferred over to him all her stocks and bonds, together with two chateaus and their contents.”
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Richard E. Weldon
Lawyer to The Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy who worked out of the Woolworth Building in New York
German-Italian oil importer and banker who also acted as a patron
The Southern Television broadcast hijacking occurred on November 26, 1977, during a news summary presented by ITN’s Andrew Gardner.
The hijacking lasted for almost six minutes and was attributed to an unauthorised transmission picked up by the Hannington transmitter, which rebroadcast the signal instead of the intended source.
The voice that interrupted the broadcast claimed to represent the Ashtar Galactic Command and called for humanity to disarm and participate in a “future awakening” to achieve a higher state of evolution.
While this event is officially categorized as a mystery, it is fully signed by a group that conducts media hoaxes. These hoaxes are meant to support military activity around the world. This does not invalidate the events, it simply helps us understand why they were staged. This event was conducted by the adoptive father of the manager of this website, therefore, some of the information about who staged it is available.
This is the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. For many years you have seen us as lights in the skies. We speak to you now in peace and wisdom as we have done to your brothers and sisters all over this, your planet Earth. We come to warn you of the destiny of your race and your world so that you may communicate to your fellow beings the course you must take to avoid the disaster which threatens your world, and the beings on our worlds around you. This is in order that you may share in the great awakening, as the planet passes into the New Age of Aquarius. The New Age can be a time of great peace and evolution for your race, but only if your rulers are made aware of the evil forces that can overshadow their judgments. Be still now and listen, for your chance may not come again. All your weapons of evil must be removed. The time for conflict is now past and the race of which you are a part may proceed to the higher stages of its evolution if you show yourselves worthy to do this. You have but a short time to learn to live together in peace and goodwill. Small groups all over the planet are learning this, and exist to pass on the light of the dawning New Age to you all. You are free to accept or reject their teachings, but only those who learn to live in peace will pass to the higher realms of spiritual evolution. Hear now the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. Be aware also that there are many false prophets and guides at present operating on your world. They will suck your energy from you – the energy you call money and will put it to evil ends and give you worthless dross in return. Your inner divine self will protect you from this. You must learn to be sensitive to the voice within that can tell you what is truth, and what is confusion, chaos and untruth. Learn to listen to the voice of truth which is within you and you will lead yourselves onto the path of evolution. This is our message to our dear friends. We have watched you growing for many years as you too have watched our lights in your skies. You know now that we are here, and that there are more beings on and around your Earth than your scientists admit. We are deeply concerned about you and your path towards the light and will do all we can to help you. Have no fear, seek only to know yourselves, and live in harmony with the ways of your planet Earth. We here at the Ashtar Galactic Command thank you for your attention. We are now leaving the planes of your existence. May you be blessed by the supreme love and truth of the cosmos.
The movie is set in a futuristic world where technology has advanced to the point where a Wild West town has been created as a massive, immersive reality show for the world to watch. The town is populated with lifelike androids who have been programmed to play the roles of cowboys, outlaws, and other Wild West archetypes.
The main character, Wyatt, is a guest who has been visiting the town for years, completely unaware that the entire town is a show. However, he starts to become suspicious when he starts noticing glitches in the behavior of the androids and strange inconsistencies in the town’s history.
As Wyatt starts to investigate, he discovers that the town is being controlled by a sinister corporation that is using the androids for its own purposes. The corporation has been secretly collecting data on the guests in order to sell it to advertisers, and has been manipulating the androids to create dramatic storylines and conflicts for the show.
As Wyatt delves deeper into the conspiracy, he meets other guests who have also begun to suspect that the town is not what it seems. Together, they hatch a plan to expose the corporation’s activities and free the androids from their programming.
However, their plan goes awry when the corporation sends in security forces to stop them. In a climactic showdown, Wyatt and the other guests must fight against the corporation and their android enforcers to bring down the show once and for all.
In the end, Wyatt and the other guests are successful in their mission, and the town is shut down. As they leave, they wonder what other reality shows in their world might be secretly manipulating them and vow to keep a closer eye on the technology that surrounds them.
This storyline was created by ChatGPT. It is released into the public domain, if you want to make derivative work, as are the images created with Midjourney v5. Have fun!