Barron Trump Time Traveler: 19th-century Book About Baron Trump, A Man Named Don And Russia

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Aug 102017
 

The book, “Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey”, by Ingersoll Lockwood, came out in 1893. It’s about a boy named Baron Trump who can time travel. WHAT IS GOING ON?!

Barron Trump Time Traveler: 19th-century Book About Baron Trump, A Man Named Don And Russia

This is spooky! Forgotten 19th century novels feature the ‘marvelous’ adventures of a boy named Baron Trump who has a mentor named Don and embarks on a trip to Russia.

Ingngersoll Lockwood is a late 1800s-era author who wrote a series of eerily prescient books that appear, in some people’s minds anyway, to have foretold the rise of Donald Trump.

It is pretty odd; three of Lockwood’s books, written before 1900, feature a character named Baron Trump, and the third is about the “Last President.”

One of Lockwood’s books features an aristocratic boy protagonist by the name of Baron Trump who some feel bears a resemblance to presidential son, Barron Trump. Even weirder, Lockwood’s Baron Trump journeys to Russia and is guided by a character named Don. The book is called Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey, and you can find it for sale on Amazon. Another Lockwood bookTravels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulger, is out of stock on Amazon. It was published in 1890.

Lockwood’s book called, 1990: Or, The Last President, features a controversial political candidate in, you guessed it, New York. Two of the books can be read in full on Archive.org.

All of this has sparked bizarre conspiracy theories on the Internet alleging that the Trump family has the secrets of time travel, with theorists using Trump’s uncle, John, and his real-life connection to Nikola Tesla.

Baron Trump Journeying to ‘Arctic Russia’

aron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey

The Amazon blurb for Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey is pretty jarring by modern standards. “An opening in Arctic Russia conveys Trump into the interior world. He passes through the strange countries of the Transparent Folk and the Rattlebrains among others. Written tongue in cheek, adults will find it amusing, as well as children.” The book was written in 1893.

The opening of the book calls its protagonist “Wilhelm Heinrich Sebastian Von Troomp, commonly called Little Baron Trump.”

The book reads:

The ‘Little Baron,’ so called from his diminutive stature, was born some time in the latter part of the seventeenth century. He was the last of his race in the direct line, although cousins of his are today well-known Pomeranian gentry. He began his travels at an incredibly early age, and filled his castle with such strange objects picked up here and there in the far away corners of the world, that the simple-minded peasantry came to look upon him as half bigwig and half magician.

The word Don appears in the book at least 59 times through the character Don Fum, who guides Baron. The protagonist says he “had been reading of the world within a world in a musty old ms. Written by the learned Don Fum.” “Trump’s adventures begin in Russia, and are guided thanks to directions provided by ‘the master of all masters,’ a man named ‘Don’” Before leaving for his voyage through the unknown, Trump is told of his family’s motto: ‘The pathway to glory is strewn with pitfalls and dangers.’”

In the storybook’s illustrations of Baron Trump, he is lavishly dressed and decked in jewels, as he leaves Castle Trump and begins his journey to Russia to find an entrance to alternate dimensions

A Book From The 19th-century Talks About Baron Trump, A Man Named Don And A Trip To Russia

A Book From The 19th-century Talks About Baron Trump, A Man Named Don And A Trip To Russia

The 19th century children’s novel says little Baron is bored by his life of luxury and has an active imagination and a ‘very active brain’.

‘The Last President’

After writing about little Baron Trump, Lockwood ventured into a story about a last president that some also are taking as a prophecy.

The blurb on Amazon for 1900: Or, The Last President reads, “A work of political satire, it chastises the rise of socialism and populism, inferring their fictional rise here as disastrous and leading to chaos. It is of note here that this work, along with others by Lockwood, appear to prognosticate the current political climate of the United States and West at large- and for an apparent religious Catholic of his era, it is not altogether impossible that Lockwood- wittingly or unwittingly- tapped into some mystic forces.”

The book starts,

1900.That was a terrible night for the great City of New York – the night of Tuesday, November 3rd, 1896. The city staggered under the blow like a huge ocean liner which plunges, full speed with terrific crash into a mighty iceberg, and recoils shattered and trembling like an aspen.

The people were gathered, light-hearted and confident at the evening meal, when the news burst upon them. It was like a thunder bolt out of an azure sky: “Altgeld holds Illinois hard and fast in the Democratic line. This elects Bryan President of the United States!”

Newsweek notes that the book also says, “The Fifth Avenue Hotel will be the first to feel the fury of the mob,” which is the current location of Trump Tower. “The president’s hometown of New York City is fearing the collapse of the republic in this book, also titled 1900, immediately following the transition of presidential power. Some Americans begin forming a resistance, protesting what was seen as a corrupt and unethical election process,” Newsweek reports of the book.

 
 
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Is Vladimir Putin A Vampire?

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Dec 212015
 

Is Vladimir Putin a vampire? Photos taken in 1920 and 1941 show two men that look remarkably similar to Vladimir Putin

Is Vladimir Putin A Vampire?

Photographic evidence that Vladimir Putin is either immortal or a time traveler! I suppose we could also blame inbreeding.

From The Daily Mail:

A photograph from almost 100 years ago has some on social media convinced that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is immortal.

The picture, taken in 1920, shows a Russian solider who has an uncanny resemblance to the country’s current leader.

What’s more, another photo taken of a Russian solider in 1941 also looks just like Putin and the man who was pictured 20 years prior.

Some think this is definitive proof that Putin is much more than a 63-year-old workout buff with a penchant for riding horses shirtless.

These people instead believe he is a mythical creature who is ageless and can time travel.

Disclose.tv reports; ‘On social networks are circulating pictures from 1920. and in 1941. for which some people claim that they are pictures of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

‘In fact, supporters of the thesis that Putin is almighty and immortal, have launched a story that their president is a mythical creature that resides on our planet for hundreds, if not thousands of years.’

Some also believe that Putin is Vlad the Impaler, who was born in 1431 and is better known as Dracula.