Why the Cassandra Codes
Why We Call Our
Coincidence Prophecies The
ancient Greek mythology , Cassandra was the daughter
of Priam, King of Troy. She was a beautiful woman and
Apollo desired her. So in order to win her, he bestowed upon her
the gift of prophecy. But in the end
Cassandra rejected him.
But Apollo could not take back his gift so he
amended it instead. Although Cassandra would still be able to see
the future, although her prophecies would always be correct, no one
henceforth would ever believe her. And so it came to pass.
Woodcut illustration of Cassandra's prophecy of
the fall of Troy (at left) and her death (at right), from an
incunable German translation by
Heinrich Steinhöwel of
De mulieribus claris, printed by
Johann Zainer at Ulm ca. 1474.
Images and caption above from
Image top right is The Wooden Horse by Motte
Image on the bottom right is
Evelyn De Morgan (1898, London)
read the story in various books . Pears Cyclopedia
has an excellent section on Classical Mythology.
Trojans heeded Cassandra, they would never
have fallen for the Greek trick of the
wooden horse. Cassandra warned the Trojans.
No one listened. For her pains, when the Greeks sacked Troy, she was
carried off by Agamemnon as his mistress.
But on his return home to Greece, Cassandra warned
Agamemnon that she sensed blood and she
refused to go into his house with him.
He didn’t listen. The blood was his.
Cassandra, went into his house and was promptly killed by his
wife Clytemnestra and her lover, Aegisthus.
Then Clytemnestra came out and killed Cassandra.
And we too were 'given' prophecies....... of
disasters..... Our prophecy codes
really began with Lockerbie in December, 1988,
and then the experience was repeated in Egypt
in June 1990. Elements around us,
in our lives, almost by 'outside design', seemed to prophetically
link our personal experiences into key elements of
forthcoming disasters, almost like
our being given pieces of a jigsaw
puzzle. It was as though Something was saying
“Here are some clues as to what is to come – pieces as if part of
a jigsaw puzzle. I give you these so that you might know that I know
exactly what is to come. I have the full picture, which soon you will
recognise as world events unfold.”
It was sometime late in 2010 that
my attention was drawn to the
myth of Cassandra. It all fitted so beautifully. The coincidence prophecy
codes had given jigsaw pieces predicting over 50 disasters in the course
of 25 years. They had always been right. And no one had ever believed
them; so I started to call the prophecy elements of the codes the
Cassandra jigsaw puzzles. I did not realise it, but
I was about to
be given the Cassandra puzzle pieces for one of the most amazing
coincidences yet. (4:46:23pm 21.02.13)
My puzzle pieces are always right, always
predict the future correctly, but over a quarter of a
century, not a single soul has
ever believed them, just as it was with
Cassandra, bar one.