Ghosts & the Supernatural – My girlfriend Deanna Jaxine Stinson enjoys the coast. She feels a closeness with the ocean. A place she felt a connection to is Hearst Castle. Hearst Castle was designed by architect Julia Morgan between 1919 and 1947 for newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst.
I would only be too happy to take Deanna to see La Cuesta Encantada aka The Enchanted Hill, a place where numerous celebrities would party at. Traveling down Highway #1, Deanna’s eyes were transfixed upon the rolling waves of the ocean. As we reached our destination, we were greeted by the caretaker of Hearst Castle. The caretaker called himself Edwin. Edwin recognized us immediately as paranormal investigators. Edwin states: “Deanna and Paul, if you are here to investigate, I suggest that you don’t.
There is a known portal here at the Hearst Castle. This portal is believed to be interdimensional. A tourist claimed to have been swallowed by this portal and this tourist barely made it back, but she made claim that she was taken into the depths of Hell.”
3 Dragons that Deanna Controls
Deanna and I both chuckled at the thought of an interdimensional portal being able to take a person from this reality into the reality of Hell. I wondered if Edwin had drank too much California wine?
Deanna and I explored the interior of this castle. We admired the antiques, the pictures that hung from the many walls; we looked upon the swimming pool and imagined Charlie Chaplin taking a belly flop dive into the pool and the guests laughing at his outrageousness. Charlie Chaplin was a frequent guest of this majestic castle. I turned around for a minute to look at the flowery vines that climbed up one side of the wall, only to discover that Deanna was already on the stairwell trying to obtain some EVPs. With an excited voice, Deanna yells: “Paul, you have to hear this!” Deanna plays back the EVP, it says: “Deanna follow the stairwell to the top, I have a surprise for you.”
After hearing this EVP, I am shocked that the entity is able to identify Deanna by name. I look at Deanna and say: “Deanna, stay here, let me check it out, I don’t want you to go up there?” Deanna says: “Paul, I am being beckoned, it wants me, I have to find out what it wants, I’m sorry.” Before I knew it, Deanna was running up the stairwell and like a Houdini vanishing act, Deanna vanishes in front of my very eyes. I yell: “Deanna, Deanna!! This can’t be, where are you?”
I am left behind at the Castle searching for Deanna.
Deanna finds herself in a desert. She sees a dark skinned man and he speaks in a foreign tongue, but to Deanna’s amazement, she is able to understand every word that is being uttered by this man. The man says: “Daenerys Targaryen, are you alright my lady? You have fallen into a slumber by the rays of the sun.” Deanna: “Oh my god, who are you?” The man: “I am Saetemarcus, your obedient slave Mother of Dragons.” Deanna: Why do you call me by another name and refer me as the Mother of Dragons?” Saetemarcus: “You jest Princess, has the sun rays taken away your memory? You are the only surviving daughter of King Aerys II Targaryne, you seek to reclaim the Iron Throne. You command the obedience of 3 dragons, that is why you are referred to by your people as the Mother of Dragons. The Iron Throne is your birthright; you are to be the rightful queen of the Seven Kingdoms. I must take you to your Army as we prepare our assault upon the Iron Throne, so you may sit upon it! “ Deanna: “What madness is this? All I remember is being with my boyfriend Paul at Hearst Castle. Wait a minute, the portal, the inter-dimensional portal! Oh my god, I was sucked into this portal and I am now in this dimension in the persona of the Mother of Dragons. Paul calls this a ‘soul shift’, my soul has entered another person! Will I ever leave this reality and return to Paul? Saetemarcus, I will need your help!” Saetemarcus: “My loyalty is to you my Princess, my lady, my master.”
Some of you are probably saying this is a bunch of hogwash. Okay, I am a story teller and maybe I did a bit of embellishing. So, let’s talk about dragons. Were they real or were they simply ancient science fiction?
Dragons are mythical creatures and we all know that myths and legends have some foundation of truth. With dragons, you must seek out the truth. Dragons are associated with serpentine or reptilian traits. Some scholars suggest that some remaining dinosaurs survived after the asteroid impact and that these dinosaurs are your so-called dragons. Most people think that dragons originated in our Asian cultures, but there was a European dragon that is closely related to Greek and Middle Eastern mythologies. The Chinese dragon and counterparts in Japan, cover China, Japan, Korea and other East Asian countries.
It is suggested that your mighty sea serpents may have been mistaken for dragons and some ancient astronaut theorists suggest that early man may have seen the spaceships of the gods and thought the ships were dragons with their fire exhaust.
Many historical icons have family origins that connect them to a reptilian god or dragon, such as Vlad Tepes that is a direct descendent of the Order of the Dragon (Dracul). Further information will tell you that Vlad III – Prince of Wallachia (1431-1476/77) was a member of the House of Draculesti, a branch of the House of Basarab (aka House of Dracula) and was a member of the Order of the Dragon which was founded to protect Christianity in Eastern Europe.
Dragons are known to be very powerful, able to fly, breathe out fire and known to terrify villages. Most dragons are winged, but most Asian dragons are seen as long snakes.
Dragons are often held to have major spiritual significance in various religions and cultures around the world. In many Asian cultures dragons were, and in some cultures still are, revered as representative of the primal forces of nature, religion and the universe. They are associated with wisdom—often said to be wiser than humans—and longevity. They are commonly said to possess some form of magic or other supernatural power, and are often associated with wells, rain, and rivers. In some cultures, they are also said to be capable of human speech. To slay a dragon, if that dragon has German origins, the dragon blood has the power to enable the slayer with invincible skin. Slavic dragons are also seen as snakes. Russian dragons are seen having 3 heads and if the heads are not simultaneously cut-off, they will grow back, as suggested in the Hydra myth.
One of the greatest dragon stories is Saint George and the Dragon. The story deals with a historical icon that slaughters a mythical beast. According to the Golden Legend, the slaying took place in Silene in Libya. I wish I could go back into time and discover what exactly was slayed by Saint George. Was it truly a dragon? Why were dragons seen throughout the world from various cultures in a multitude of countries? What is the real truth of dragons and will they ever reclaim the Earth?
By Paul Dale Roberts, HPI Esoteric Detective
Hegelianism Paranormal Intelligence (International)