Death on Iona: The Mysterious Death of Norah Fornario and the Search for Netta
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Greer, Mary K. Women of the Golden Dawn: Rebels and Priestesses. Rochester, Vt.: Inner Traditions, 1995. Iona itself certainly does look beautiful and an interesting place to visit if you're in to history.
Netta Fornario - A woman engrossed by the Curious Death of Netta Fornario - A woman engrossed by the
I would love to hear any opinions/theories you might have! Any interesting sources or new info would also be appreciated.Iona is a small island, roughly 3.5 miles long and one mile wide which lies off the west of Mull. In 563AD St Columba (grandson of the Irish King Niall) and 12 followers built their first Celtic Church on the island and monastic community. Iona became famous as St Columba started converting Scottish and English pagans into Christians. Iona also became the resting place of Kings and according to a survey in 1549 it boasted 48 Scottish Kings, 8 Norwegian and 4 Irish. Amongst the Scottish kings buried on Iona are King Kenneth I, Donald II, Malcolm I, Duncan I, Macbeth and Donald III. Netta was devastated that she couldn’t leave and attempted to calm herself down by taking a Sunday night stroll. That was the last time she was ever seen alive. The Mystery
Exposed to the Elements: A Strange 1920s Death on the
I speculate that her intended destination was St. Columba's Bay at the southern tip of the island. Her potential routes were either the one labelled on the map " Route to Columba's Bay" to the west of the loch, or the eastern route which passes more close by the loch. The established, named route seems more likely; also, in November weather, the one nearer the loch might have been flooded.Destruction through fear, physical destruction of depicted authority as means to enforce own perceived superiority. Uncertainty as to represented authority physical destruction perceived as spiritual superiority. They have taken their representation. Subjects are not defamed but defaced. Their representation is consumed. Dead bird symbolic - left to rot - consumed not defamed, Character irrelevant, representation destroyed. Existence not destroyed - overwhelmed by supposedly superior force - consumed. Existence not dismissed but devoured. Point taken then depicted or depicted through evolution in aggressor's chosen format. Religiously consumed by a supposedly religious evolutionary force; pseudo- epitome of all-seeing eye. Presiding over perceived inferior religions. Representation significant; remains depict superiority over inferiority. Remains necessary as affirmation of this perceived fact. Entire destruction undermines purpose. That failure to destroy may consume such host from within. If maggot be man in consumption of evil may minor be major as honest endeavour devours religious minors. Preserving existence, stripping identity; confined as prisoner. Physical embodiment retained, character removed.
Netta Fornario’s missing papers… - Cipher Mysteries
From time to time, we all find ourselves interested in spirits or fascinated with the things humanity has yet to understand. Everyone has a little bit of this curiosity within them, and it’s natural. But then again, as the saying goes, curiosity kills the cat. According to Francis King’s book Ritual Magic in England, Fornario told her landlady that “certain people” were affecting her telepathically. The disappearance of Netta
At some point after her death, Netta Fornario was reproduced along with other members of the Golden Dawn by Coronzon, through the application of Tarot-based grimoires, as part of her anti- Crowley countermeasures.   Chronology [ ] Coronzon Arc [ ] Main article: Coronzon Arc