Blog for the original Marty

How did Otzi die?

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Marty, my sweet Prince, 

I think of you and wish we could be back together. I miss you more than I can say.

An iceman was found in the Italian Alps in 1991. They say  he weigh 110 lbs, was 5’3”, and approx. 45 years old in 3300 B.C. One thing is, can we really trust that date of death considering how untrue this world is? Anyway, he was not in the best of health but  found with a broken hip and a crack in the back of his head, caused by an axe or rock. They still have not figured out why he died. Here is one theory: He tripped and the axe was flying into his head. Really?! In a world that really was/is as rough and perverted as Games of Thrones shows. His own axe does not kill an experienced mountain man.

That is more likely: Some other guy hit him in the head, he fell, broke his hip, and died.   

And there is now allegedly a curse, folks who study the dead man are dying. This include co-discoverer Helmut Simon and Konrad Spindler, the first examiner of the mummy in 1991. Seven people died who had something to do with finding  have been attributed to the alleged “curse”. I don’t believe in a curse but that the SEGNPMSS (Bavarian Illuminati) but that people who know too much “gotta go” as people could learn that the history of this planet is not properly recorded.

What I know for sure is that this planet is all about brutality and wars, and that the reality was/is even worse than people imagine. They watch TV series and movies like Games of Thrones but I am afraid that many have not the courage to realize that brutality and perversion is real history and that they were part of this history in former lifetimes. It is much easier to think that the world was not that brutal and people were killed by accident (axes flying into their skulls). Most of all, people who attack reincarnation as untrue, probably have the worst timetracks of all. It must be so dark and gruesome, that they can’t face looking back into past lives.

Our past lives were not easy either. It was great when we were together and nobody bothered us. But these times were always so short. Very sad for us. 

Many kisses, Marty. In this and in former lifetimes, thinking of you and being with you always gave me butterflies.

Yours forever,




Written by Barbara Schwarz

June 22, 2014 at 11:23 am

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  1. Ötzi the iceman, Europe’s oldest preserved mummy possessed an even higher percentage of Neanderthal ancestry.


    July 8, 2014 at 12:02 am

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