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Penny Thornton & Lady Diana

Penny Thornton was for a certain time the personal astrologer of Lady Diana. She had written 1989 something into her diary, what she reminded from two dream experiences and - as she said - perhaps ' C.G. Jung would have called a 'Large dream' '. That, what she had written into her diary, it is also described in her book 'With Love from Diana ', which was published in January 1995.



The chapter in the book, in which she wrote over it, was titled: Foreshadows of the Future'.

In the following excerpts from the book "
With Love from Diana" are coloured emphasized and inserted the corresponding capital letters of the data mentioned into square brackets words, which let a connection with events assume from the night 31 of August 1997 in Paris - when she died. That may be in as much of importance as the events of Paris happened 1997 still 8 years after (!) her dream and still 2 ½ years after (!) her book publication.


Begin of Quoting:

"In the second dream, which I will recount in the present tense since that is how I recorded it in my diary, I am sitting in a sand dune having a picnic. Diana comes towards me, dressed in white with a black cloak around her [A] .

She sits down besides me. I feel awkward and unprepared for her sudden and unannounced arrival. She is telling me about someone who is called Peter, who has been fired because of her [G]. Apparently he is going to France [F] and will be undergoing plastic surgery [F] to conceal his identity.

She goes on to talk me about William, and while she does this, she holds up a large figure 3 [I].

She then begins to cry, and I comfort her, urging her not to give up on the marriage. She recovers her composure and I take up the topic of Peter, refering to him as a past relationship. "Its's not over. It's very much on, " [K] she says.  .....

I escort her out to her car, and when I return, William is seated in the same chair. He is much older [C] {1989 William was 7 years pld} and sporting a beard.
He says to me. "They don't tell me everything, you know. For a few minutes we lost complete radio contact with them ... "

As he was saying this to me, I saw an event from an aerial point of view [J]

Two
police motorcycles [D] and a white car [E] streaming ahead [E], leaving a black car [B] on its own.

Two vans
[H] approch from either side [H]
and prevent the black car [B] from moving forward. [!]

The dream ends in chaos and I hear my own voice saying, "Isn't anyone going to do anything ...?"



 

"...sitting at a large desk, was Her Majesty the Queen. She was delivering a somber speech, but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't hear what she was saying...."

"[Charles and Diana] were posing for photographs and were seated...on a child's rocking horse. Diana was laughing and Charles was urging her to be more responsible and to look serious for the cameras. There was a flash and a large explosion. All that was left on the stage was an empty car seat on a raised dais.[L]"


Original book text (page 76): "
Charles was not recovering from his injury as well or as quickly as he had hoped, and the prospect orbis being unable to play polo again was deeply depressing for him. According to Diana, he was intolerable to live with, moody, unapproachable-impossible. During the phone call, in light of her musings over events happening in threes, she was to remind me of a conversation we had had a few days before Christmas or, more particularly, the two dreams I bad discussed with her.

Dreams are more than the stuff of mindless imaginings. Clearly an element of sifting through day-to-day events and processing our experience is part and parcel of the function of dreams. But a dream is much more than a psychological shuffling process. In a dream's cryptic imagery lies not only the inner landscape of the psyche in the Jungian sense, hut the shadows of past and future events.

In the summer and autumn of 1989, I had what Jung might have termed two "big dreams." In the first, I was in the front row of an audience watching a play. The curtain went up and on the stage, sitting at a large desk, was Her Majesty, the Queen. She was delivering a somber speech, but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't hear what she was saying. I knew only that it concerned the future of the monarchy. My eyes were then drawn to Charles and Diana, who were just behind her. They were posing for photographs and were seated - Charles behind Diana - on a child's rocking horse. Diana was laughing and Charles was urging her to be more responsible and to look serious for the cameras. There was a flash and a large explosion. All that was left on the stage was an empty car seat on a raised dais.

In the second dream, which I will recount in the present tense since that is how I recorded it in my diary, I am sitting in a sand dune having - a picnic. Diana comes towards me, dressed in white with a black cloak around her. She sits down beside me. I feet awkward and unprepared for her sudden and unan­nounced arrival. She is telling me about someone called Peter who has been fired because of her. Apparently he is going to France and will be undergoing plastic surgery to conceal his identity. She goes on to talk to me about William, and while she does this, she holds up a large figure 3. She then begins to cry, and I comfort her, urging her not to give up on the marriage. She recovers her composure and I take up the topic of Peter, referring to him as a
past relationship. "It's not over. It's very much on," she says.

The scene changes to my then home, Bramshott Court. Diana comes into the sitting room with a large gift-wrapped present, which she bands to me. When I open it, I find a strange-Iooking object about three feet in size - the only thing this object vaguely resembles is the ornate hand of a large clock I am embarrassed at the enormity of the gift and refuse it, saying Prince Charles might be cross if she gave it away. I escort her out to her car, and when I return, William is seated in the same chair. He is much older and sporting a beard. He says to me, "They don't tell me everything, you know. For a few minutes we lost complete radio contact with them . . ." As he was saying this to me, I saw an event from an aerial point of view. Two police motorcycles and a white car streaming ahead, leaving a
black car on its own. Two vans approach from either side and prevent the black car from moving forward. The dream ends in chaos and I hear my own voice saying, "Isn't anyone going to do anything . . . ?"

Analysts will clearly have a field day with the offerings of my own personal unconscious here, but aside from taking the dreams apart on a strictly
psychological level, there are some intriguing fore­tastes of the future here - and the past.

During our December '89 conversation, the topic of reincarnation had come up. Diana confided that she was becoming more and more deeply involved in a spiritual path that she not only believed was her role in this life but something she had done in
a past existence. Given that "Peter" was a key figure in the second dream and that we were by the sea, I wondered if there was an echo of the time of Christ here. "Oh, yes. . ." she said emphatically, "I was a martyr."

I will return to the premonitory aspects of these dreams in Chapter VIII, but suffice to say, the images in the second dream convey a wealth of information about the current state of play in Diana's life - more specifically that there was a strong possibility of an ongoing relationship


31. August 1997
 














In the night 31 of August of the year 1997 Lady Diana,
the princess of Wales died in the morning
at 4 o'clock in Paris (France), after a car accident,
which occurred at 0 o'clock 25 CED.




 

 

 

K. In the summer 1997 the divorced Lady Diana had developed a new relationship with a man

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 A. When she had this accident, she was dressed in white trousers and a black blazer.

 


 

 


 B. The car, in that she had this accident was black. (Mercedes 280)

 

 

 

C. Her son William is 15 years at this time (1997).
 

 

D. Before the accident two motorcycles accompanied the black car direct.





























E. A
white car (Fiat?) is to have driven to the black car ahead.

"According to witnesses, Paparazzi -- the commercial photographers who constantly followed Diana -- were pursuing the car on motorcycles.

Authorities said seven photographers -- six reported to be French and one Macedonian -- were in custody, and a criminal investigation was under way. Police seized two motorcycles and a motor scooter believed used in the chase."

" Mystery of the white Fiat Uno

Probably the most intriguing eye-witness account was that of Sabine and George D. Their surnames were withheld to save them from media harassment. In January, they gave a detailed interview to Hello magazine in which they said they saw a Fiat Uno shoot out of the tunnel moments after the crash."
 
"
Mysterioes remained so far also the vehicle, which must have collided with the Mercedes before the accident. Color traces of a Fiat Uno were at the accident car. At the accident place the police inquiry pieces of broken glass of the return ticket thrower of a Fiat Uno had found. In January 1999 the official investigation report was published.

In the official report it means:
"From the investigation of all well-known factors it results that the accident might have to be led back by superelevated speed, special road conditions, a Fiat Uno at the entrance of the tunnel and bad control of the driver of the vehicle". The never found white Fiat Uno was therefore touched briefly by the Mercedes of the princess and her friend Dodi al Fayed. The photographers, who had chased to the car, escaped an accusation because of homicide of the cars had the photographers therefore at the time of the accident already suspended. One of them therefore gave at the police to minutes: "I tried to get Diana in the picture and zoomte. It is correct, we the victims did not help." 

F. An employee (Trevor Rees Jones) of the Hotel Ritz, who sat also with Diana in the black car, had after the accident in of Paris (France) to undergo a plastic face operation (10 hours).




G. His boss accused of him a lack of professionalism.

The more reputable USA Today had its own updates. Julian Nundy's August 28th story revealed, "...Al Fayed has suddenly turned on Rees-Jones and Kes Wingfield, another bodyguard who was driving a decoy car. Fayed has accused the men, who have both left their jobs with him, of being incompetent and unprofessional ..."

In his hearings Rees Jones indicated, the driver had made a normal impression on him. Diana requested still few minutes before the accident it to drive faster.























Two motorcycles with photographers ahead-drove to the Mercedes and the view of the driver Henri Paul by a flashlight thunderstorm obstructed. Immediately after the accident the princess was still alive and called Dodis name 

   







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H.  The black car stood after the accident between two large vans.

 




 

 

  

I. In the accident 3 humans died.

   
 

J. The accident car could be regarded 'from above', since it was in an observable tunnel.





 

 

 
 
 



L.
The
empty car was lifted on a large stage of a lorry.



 
               

 




Copy of the first inside page from ' With Love From Diana ' with the print date January 1995.

[1]  ISBN 0-671-89186-3 Pocket Book New York, Printing January 1995

  


 

Copy of a letter Lady Diana wrote in October 1996.

Remark: On page 76 ff. of her book, Penny Thornton wrote that she has had a detailed phone conversation with Lady Diana about the dreams (summer and autumn1989) in December 1989. T

his maybe can give some light in writing this document, but it must not mean, that the accident was planned from any person whoever.

 

 


 

 
volker doormann    -  2003.10.04