AUTUMN / WINTER 2017-2018
On Friday 15th of December a meeting took place at Frederiksberg Town hall in Denmark. The CEO of Frederiksberg kommune was present at the meeting along with a representative from the legal department and representatives from the archive dept. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the Churchill quotation selected by the Mayor of Frederiksberg in 2005 and explore the next steps for going forward. A new article had been written to celebrate the meeting and was handed over to Frederiksberg kommune.
The official list of persons who contributed towards the Churchill Bust in Copenhagen 1955 is available. Any of the persons who are still alive are hoped to be interviewed about their recollections during 2017-2018.
SUMMER REUNION - LAKE GARDA
The beautiful, old village of Garda played host to a reunion of old friends from Camping Lido and Albergo Speranza. See photos.
All of the remaining IP numbers detected on the Virusman website from the years 2000-2001 are now available for viewing. Follow the link and see if you can find a Friday Bar or alternatively are there any other IP numbers that give an impression of something else? Always remember the IP numbers appeared around the time of 9/11 in New York. Various global geographical locations linked to the IP numbers captured by ExtremeTracking were first reported in the Danish newspaper BT on 28 December 2001. These new IP numbers were found by searching the old hard drives of computers and program files used for Virusman in 2000-2001. The program Neo Trace Version 3.01 by NeoWorx Inc was installed on the computer 20 December 2000. Other internet IP tracking tools such as the one provided by UNI-C of Denmark were also employed during the months between August and December 2000.
Spring / Summer 2017
Trip Advisor is now promoting "Journey Man Bike Tours" in Frederiksberg, Denmark. The tours will focus on the 112 emergency phone call made to Danish Police in the days after 9/11 in 2001. The tours start at Peter Bangsvej Station and retrace a journey through Frederiksberg, making a full circle until persons participating in the tour return to Peter Bangsvej Station. The second part of the tour will be in the center of Copenhagen. It is advised that any persons wishing to participate in the Friday tours should have read "The Secret Doctrine" by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
"B-head of the Game" - A book in the planning
A new book is being planned called "B-head of the Game". The book will detail various impressions through the 1970´s and 1980´s that led to one of the World´s greatest entrepreneurial responses to a hidden world of terror. The book will also describe global events from the 1990´s and how the intensity of the impressions led to a series of creative actions from 1997 onwards up to the attendance of Dr. John Miller of Churchill college, Cambridge at Histon Police Station on 5th March 2004. The book will cause the reader to ask, "What would have happened if none of the entrepreneurial actions had been taken?"
Q1. Even though I have read "The Da Vinci Code" and watched films like "Indiana Jones" I am new to all of this "symbolism in art and architecture". Where do I start to try and understand more about the Romont Riddle?
A1. The novel Lancashire Hotpot is a good starting point. The story provides an example of a plot where everything appears to have a logical explanation. The book is fast paced and you should be able to finish it within a couple of days, of which is important. I say important because it is useful to quickly build an impression in your mind of the plot and characters so you can see and feel other factors influencing the storyline at different levels. The book has been written for young adults. The goal should be to create a first impression and then by reviewing all the actions within the story sense a higher level of influence that challenge the laws of coincidence. The story is contructed in a way that will help you think about "introspective psychology".
Q2. Where do I go after grasping the type of psychology experienced by the private detective in Lancashire Hotpot?
A2. My answer is very simple. You then become a detective yourself. A good starting point is The Labyrinth written by Walter Schellenberg and also the mysterious "Vincent Churchill" letter presented by Joachim von Ribbentrop during his 1945 arrest in Hamburg. My hope is for you to carry out your own research and form your own interpretation. It may take some time but it can also be a great lesson in contemporary history and may even become a serious hobby where you actually have the opportunity of becoming a star.
Q3. Should I keep a diary or something of all the notes I record during my research?
A3. Why not start your own blog, forum or even a historical on-line club and record your findings in time and space. All the information is out there. All you have to do is piece it together. There is plenty of additional information on the "Sketches", "My Facebook Scrapbook" and "Guldenhagen" sections of this website. Never forget the Romont Riddle spans many different forms of publication.
Q4. But I don´t understand, what is it I am actually looking for?
A4. The last few pages of Lancashire Hotpot will prepare you for what is ahead. Always remember to use your intuition and follow your instinct when you uncover information that doesn´t seem right rather than being unsure or doubting yourself. Try to look at situations from different directions and always try not to prejudge the outcome. If you find something that doesn´t seem right ask yourself who has something to gain by creating this situation? Then ask yourself a further question: Has your first conclusion been created in that way by someone who has wanted to manipulate the event or incident from a higher level?
Q5. This all sounds like a big journey through time trying to check if governments around the world have recorded history in a correct manner.
A5. You are correct but just take a look at the recent report published by the Bishop of Liverpool on the 1989 Hillsborough disaster. The independent report was highly critical of senior police officers who sought to pass false information on to the press blaming the football supporters. This in itself is an outrage but also take a look at the investigations into the JFK, Scandinavian Star, MS Estonia, Lockerbie, Barry George, Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, Julie Ward and many others. A serious doubt has been cast about police professionalism and the intelligence services and to assist them with providing a quality service it is right people conduct their own independent research to ensure nothing is missed during an investigation. We live in the 21st century with the power of the internet to publish information and there are no boundaries to the digital information age.
Q6. Wow. You think I can figure out who was ultimately behind the 9/11 attacks in America by reading Lancashire Hotpot?
A6. The novel is not being sold as a solution to world problems but only a small step in understanding a certain type of psychology that will empower you to carry on your own quest for truth and answers.
Q7. Is there anything else I need to know before I get started?
A7. Not really because it is a riddle. You decide if the Romont Riddle is "fact or fiction". The FAQ´s above should provide you with a path to go forward. Don´t forget a good piece of creative work doesn´t need much of an explanation because it should always be able to speak for itself. Happy research....
Q8. Is that all you are going to us? What type of reader do you hope to attract?
A8. Yes, that is all the information you are getting because it is a riddle. I hope the typical readers for "Lancashire Hotpot" are people like Prince Harry, Duchess of Cambridge and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. Just remember people from Lancashire have a strange sense of humour!!!!
Q9. But, but, but, but, but. What about the Assyrian Year 6663?
A9. Nice try....... Off you go. You´ve got a damn sight more information than what I had 8 years ago! Just remember the Crown Prince of Denmark has got married and you are free to publish whatever you want. Other than that you might want to read "Kim" by Rudyard Kipling after you´ve read Lancashire Hotpot!