Hi all. Many do not know the true story of Queen Victoria and John Brown.

Victoria’s medium was Robert James Lees; he was also involved in the Ripper case.

When Queen Victoria asked him to be “her medium” He said to her why me you have someone closer to home or similar words. Lees of course meant John Brown.

In the cultivation of the relationship between Queen Victoria and John Brown there was so much information coming through. So much so that those in parliament became worried because Queen Victoria was starting to enquire on matters of state that she had been unaware of, matters that came directly from Albert through John Brown.

This started to make things difficult so much so that rumours started to spread about Queen Victoria and John Brown being “too close” all kinds of inferences were made to an affair which did not happen.

Attempt were made to smear John Brown because not only did ministers disapprove but they were not happy about the position of information coming from spirit thus upholding the truths to be told and the fact that the Queen of the empire was a complete believer, this would in many minds undermine the social fabric of the country and it would not be tolerated.

Queen Victoria bought copies of “through the mists” which she presented to various members of the family. She also kept diaries sixteen of them.

After she passed her private chambers were to all intents and purpose raided and the diaries were found and burnt. As Queen Victoria confirms by “Palmerstone and others”.

It may be interesting to note that on the film Her Majesty, Mrs Brown an inference to a very close but not sexual relationship – the one in which Billy Connolly played Brown; there was only a small inference to mediumship by way of John Brown taking Queen Victoria to a medium.

In this recording quite short in which she confirms “I am Queen no more” that we are all of equal status when we pass and all that matters is how we behave on earth towards others, we take no titles and accolades with us… We reserve no rights except spiritual gifts we may have earned.

Queen Victoria also confirms what some ministers had feared and guarded against that her involvement “Would have been understood” Queen Victoria also express the concerns of spirit in that we should all try to better ourselves and infers that this knowledge would help greatly to change the world (as we all should) in the end John Brown comes through and states “Aye, the old lady did quite nicely.”

 

 

QUEEN VICTORIA

 

Mrs Betty Greene:

Hello?

Voice:

A mumble.

Mrs Betty Greene:

Are you there? Something indistinct.

QUEEN VICTORIA:

One day…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Yes…

 

QUEEN VICTORIA:

… it may be possible, for quite a number of us to come… and speak to you.

Mrs Betty Greene:

(Rather put out) Yes, I quite understand that… I would like to know who is speaking to me; it’s very difficult you know… I can only hear the voice…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

I have come with John,

Mrs Betty Greene:

                                                With John?

QUEEN VICTORIA:

My good friend.

Mrs Betty Greene:

Yes… a pause… Tell me who you are… tell me who you are, your name… so that I can address you by your name. Pause. Wont you?

QUEEN VICTORIA:

I too, was privileged in my lifetime to know of this great truth…

Mrs Betty Greene:

                                                Oh well…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

… and John Brown was my medium and you (********Delivered?) you my dear, so did I…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Is that Queen Victoria?


QUEEN VICTORIA:

I am Victoria…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh… how lovely!

QUEEN VICTORIA:

No longer a queen.

Mrs Betty Greene:

No… No, you’re just so… you’re natural self too… Now…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

Many people did not understand the close link that was forged between John and myself…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh how interesting… do…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

But he was the link between myself and my dear Albert …

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

With whom I am now residing in paradise.

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh, I am so pleased to hear that…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

I could not speak of these things when I was on your side. It would not have been the right thing for me to have done. It would have been misunderstood.

Mrs Betty Greene:

I believe you had a diary in which you wrote those things…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

I kept religiously, day by day, a diary and often all the communications that transpired between myself and my dear husband. They all, I understand after my death, were, destroyed….

Mrs Betty Greene:

That’s right yes … what a pity!

QUEEN VICTORIA:

Palmerston and others.

 

Mrs Betty Greene:

Palmerston, yes, we got through, spoke some time ago, and spoke to them…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

Benjamin Disraeli…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Yes…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

…who tried to speak to you a moment or two ago…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh, it was him…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

…he was a remarkable person.

Mrs Betty Greene:

I think so. He a great favourite of yours wasn’t he Queen Victoria?

QUEEN VICTORIA:

He was indeed a great favourite; he was a good friend all his life. He was a good man, of course, like all human beings, he made mistakes.

Mrs Betty Greene:

Naturally yes.

QUEEN VICTORIA:

But I couldn’t stand that.

Mrs Betty Greene:

            Laughs… Oh yes, I know…

 

QUEEN VICTORIA:

But I do think in many respects I misjudged him, I have apologised… (Raises her voice in a singing fashion and hangs on to the last half of the word) … to him.

Mrs Betty Greene:

                                                But that was a very close thing…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

Interrupts. Now (sings and holds onto the last part of the word again) we are all inclined to misunderstand each other….

Mrs Betty Greene:

                                                That’s the trouble in the world…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

In my position, with my background, my upbringing, surrounded as I was by so many pleasing speakers and so many soft-spoken people…

Mrs Betty Greene:

                                                Yes…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

…it was very difficult. One would say this, the other would say something else, and then it would be implied that the other was not truthful and it was only after many years that I became to see a little more clearly and a little more deeply about human nature.

I could tell you a great number of things.

 

Mrs Betty Greene:

                                                I wish you would…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

Which, perhaps one day I may be able to do…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh yes please, Victoria I would love that! It would be most…

QUEEN VICTORIA:

…Perhaps one day my dear husband will come and speak to you.

Mrs Betty Greene:

Yes, I would like that very much too!

QUEEN VICTORIA:

We are still very, very concerned and very interested in all that transpires in your world. That is from the point of view not exactly only of politics but from the point of view of the good that might yet come.

When people begin to know and realise and understand more about each other and all the barriers, that we hope and pray, may be broken down and true men may live and dwell in peace together.

How different it is, even today when time gone by we had a vast empire. Now many of the old barriers have gone and many new nations are beginning to arise…they’re having their teething troubles, but I think eventually there will come a great realisation and a greater way of peace, among nations. All working to this common end …to the common good.

We may not, perhaps, be able to do a great deal from this side but we do impress and we do inspire whenever it is possible. We try desperately in many ways. It is very difficult but we endeavour to do all that we can and of course we have a special concern for this country. That is only natural but at the same time we see not just England but we see the whole world for we seek true brotherhood amongst nations and people, that they may live together in peace and tranquillity. Working to do the will of god whilst yet on earth. It will come eventually; though it may seem a long way off, yet truly I am sure it will come.

How privileged you are my child to know this great knowledge. Indeed, if it had not been for this great knowledge you possess, this great truth, I myself, I am sure, could never have continued that long life of mine. It was the wonderful knowledge and the realisation I had that helped me through those many years of difficulty, and trial and tribulation. I will come and talk to you again. It is a great solace and a great blessing to know of these truths. Indeed, you are blessed. God bless you all.

 

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh, yes please, Victoria.

QUEEN VICTORIA:

May God bless you my child and you too.

Mrs Betty Greene:

And you too! Thank you Victoria.

George Woods:      

My Goodness!

 

 

Mr John Brown:     

Scottish Accent.

                                                Aye, the old lady did quite nicely.

 

George Woods:      

 

Both caught by surprise!

Who?

Mrs Betty Greene:

What?

Mr John Brown:

                                                Aye…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Old lady did quite nicely yes… Hello how are…

Mr John Brown:

                                                Ooh, she’s no old lady now,

Mrs Betty Greene:

No!

Mr John Brown:

But er… y’now how it tis when we get back to earth and to some extent we react in the old sense,

Mrs Betty Greene:

Yes.

Mr John Brown:

Aye, she’s a bonny lass…

Mrs Betty Greene:

She’s a dear thing!

Mr John Brown:

…and she’s happy now with her husband…

Mrs Betty Greene:

With her Albert, she adored him didn’t she?

Mr John Brown:

Aye, was a real love match there no doubt about that.

Mrs Betty Greene:

And now their together…

Mr John Brown:

Aye, and I only did my job, people dinnea understand that, I know that I had my faults perhaps in a way I took advantage of that, which I should no have done, but at the same time I had my own way and at the same time I did military with which people did not understand. I immediate see that she was badgered by all sorts and I treated everyone the same I could not care less whether they had a title or not, it’s what a man was that mattered to me, anyway that’s a long story you’ll not want ta listen to that! 

Mrs Betty Greene:

Hey, it’s John Brown!

Mr John Brown:

Aye!

Mrs Betty Greene:

Oh! Thank you for coming John Brown!

Mr John Brown:

Aye! Well I’ll come again an talk to yer lassie! And keep this man healthy!

Mrs Betty Greene:

Wer’e trying

Mr John Brown:

Y’now the best thing for him is a gut of whisky of a night. Aye y’can no beat the whisky.

Mrs Betty Greene:

Do you think so?

Mr John Brown:

A wee drop of whisky does a man good; it’ll keep out the cold and the flu.

Mrs Betty Greene:

(Not sure) Oh all right, I’ll give him some tonight.

Mr John Brown:

Ah weel y better get in touch with your doctor, but in ma own experience is a wee bit of whisky is a right for …

Mrs Betty Greene:

Ah but don’t forget you were a Scotsman! Y’know Scotsman and whisky!

Mr John Brown:

Aye. All the more reason I associate… Anyway, I must go now…

Mrs Betty Greene:

Goodnight!

 

Leo Bonomo
I am a professional Inspirational Clairvoyant Medium and Psychic. I have been privileged to give readings in Germany and have appeared on TV on “The Circle TV on Channel 166 the information Channel. In October of 2010 I did a small tour of New Zealand doing private readings and a theatre booking. I also spent a week supporting an international healer and his workshop. Among my gifts are Clairvoyance (Seeing) Clairaudience (hearing) and Clairsentience (feeling), clairgustance (sense of taste) clairessence or clairolfacrience (being aware of smells) addresses and readings in varying degrees of trance when the occasions are due. I have written poetry, books, and spiritual messages by automatic writing. Some of my poems have been published in two compilation books; these are “The Spirit writes” and “Joy of Peace” published by Tudor press. I have been fortunate enough also to have channelled a book directly from Spirit called SUMMERLAND which gives explanations of passing, life on the planes, spirit possession, cot death, mediumship and many other related topics. I have another book of 54 poems called A BOOK OF THOUGHTS. I had been given permission from the Leslie Flint foundation to produce a book of transcriptions of some of Leslie’s work and this is an ongoing project at this time. I am proud to have witnessed his marvellous work first hand. Leslie’s site is: www.leslieflint.com I read most objects, flowers, ink, sand, ribbons, keys, rings, and paper, photo’s etc, etc but do not do Tarot or other Cards as “Cards” but as objects. You are welcome to bring any of those along to a private reading. I can help with relationship issues, spiritual matters, careers, money, self-development, and afterlife questions. I began reading many years ago and have since read very successfully, I have clients from all over the world one or two are internationally known.
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