Turvey, Vincent – The beginnings of Seership – Two prophecies
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The beginnings of Seership – Vincent Turvey
TWO PROPHETIC PICTURES,
On the Thursday before the body of King Edward was buried we called on Mr. Turvey (knowing that as far back as October he had foretold the death) and asked him if he could see if any King would be murdered during the funeral procession.
Mr. Turvey replied, “No, there will be no attempt; but when the Spanish King returns there will be a bomb thrown, but no harm done to the King. But, “ he added, “I also see a steamboat run into another vessel; but when I look again it seems as if it ran into a derelict or a sunken reef."
Now, sir, as is well known, there was no bomb throwing during the procession, but there was a man looking out for the King of Spain on his return, who threw a bomb and then shot himself. This was followed by a Channel collision, and a steamer ran into a submersible boat which, to all intents and purposes, may be called a sunken derelict, or sunken rock (i.e, an object below water).
Mr. Turvey says, as an explanation: "I saw both events clearly, but never dreaming of two collisions, I took it as one steamer hitting what at first appeared to be a ship, but on a second look appeared to be a reef. Had a photograph been taken of both events, the striker on each plate would have been practically the same. If the plates were laid on top of each other the object struck would show one way a reef, the other a vessel"
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