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    Default 19th century novels feature the 'marvellous' adventures of a boy named Baron Trump - time travel?

    Not sure whether it's the most appropriate place for this thread but here we come as it's one of the closest to what it's concerned about.

    It sounds like a joke but there are some eerie similarities between the contents of the books and Donald Trump's family. This book has been completely forgotten & reamined in obscurity for over 100 years and has been rediscovered only in 2017 in its digitized version so it is unlikely that Donald named his son by the name of the hero of this novel (but adding one ''r'' ). But there are more interesting details that Donald has in common with Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey & another novel of Lockwood 1900: Or The Last President which is a sequel of the former.

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017...1684203529.jpg



    Proof for time travel, a random collection of coincidents or a prophetic / extrapolated vision? It's not a fake book in any case.

    Now regarding this conspiracy part
    The book titles and the connections to President Donald Trump and his son Barron are just the beginning of several spooky parallels. In the children's books, the novels tell the tale of a wealthy aristocratic boy who lives in 'Castle Trump' and is guided on his journey to Russia by a man named 'Don.'

    The multitude of similarities to the Trump family living in present day America and the tales in the tomes have internet conspiracy theorists concluding the Trump family is capable of time travel.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baron_Trump_novels
    http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/58566 - Here you can find the book
    https://archive.org/stream/Travelsan...st100_djvu.txt


    A set of books has emerged from the 1800s with similarities to the Trump family
    One tomes title is 'Baron Trump's Marvelous Underground Journey'
    The books are by an American children's and political author Ingersoll Lockwood Odd references: upheaval after an election, a visit to Russia, and Castle Trump
    Conspiracy theorists are wild with speculations the Trumps have a time machine


    Articles:

    https://www.disclose.tv/three-novels...ictions-315035






    Baron visits Russia on an extraordinary adventure. Baron's guided through his adventure by 'the master of all masters,' a man named 'Don.'

    The Trump family motto, the one in the book that is, is: '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


    The East Side of the city, which is where the Women's March began the day after Donald Trump's inauguration, is in a 'state of uproar.'

    The 19th century book says police officers shouted through the streets as 'Mobs of vast size are organizing under the lead of anarchists and socialists, and threaten to plunder and despoil the houses of the rich who have wronged and oppressed them for so many years.'

    'The Fifth Avenue Hotel will be the first to feel the fury of the mob,' the novel continues. 'Would the troops be in time to save it?' The East Side of the city, which is where the Women's March began the day after Donald Trump's inauguration, is in a 'state of uproar.'

    The 19th century book says police officers shouted through the streets as 'Mobs of vast size are organizing under the lead of anarchists and socialists, and threaten to plunder and despoil the houses of the rich who have wronged and oppressed them for so many years.'

    'The Fifth Avenue Hotel will be the first to feel the fury of the mob,' the novel continues. 'Would the troops be in time to save it?'

    The Women's March concluded just two blocks short of Trump Tower International on 5th ave.

    The marchers didn't get in front of the tower because of police barricades.

    The month of the Women's March was January, a day after Trump was inaugurated, but the geography is eerily similar.

    It's all strangely there. Of course the internet is spinning its wheels on conspiracy theories, but the most rampant one, which considering the evidence maybe shouldn't be shrugged off so soon, is that the Trump family has a time machine.

    Yes, a time machine.



    How does one make a leap to Donald Trump and Barron Trump, possibly time traveling? We can thank the internet.

    Donald Trump's uncle John Trump had access to Nikola Tesla's papers. Tesla was an inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist. And, according to the conspiracy theories, he was researching time travel.






    https://www.wearelatinlive.com/artic...-time-traveler

    Some materials / articles about it:

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