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"baron jay" Discussed on Fore Play
"We had another one where we were in line in the bathroom and we were talking about pace of play as we had to act for those like john. Kelly was kind of directing us and how to act in. We saw through the like through a bush with ferte. And you guys. Yup barstool production by by francis. I'm pretty sure somebody like was typing and ferret he was just roasting the guy for like how like he was typing. I remember getting roasted ronin. Caleb by the water cooler he was really good at. So you've done you've done a good amount of action. We've got a nice list. Yeah i must forget it. Why am i forgetting the actor's name from She's out of my league. The the skinny guy Great movie i like that movie task movie but barish Something baron jay bash up for so just real quick story when we did this as barstool. He came in and we were doing like a skit for like basically they were like you can come in and do a skit. with francis and francis like wasn't there that day and i remember them being like frankie. Can you do this because they were promoting the movie goon to it was like colton nor and j barrack show and they're like right frankie come up with a segment and i remember sitting in one of the radio rooms at the head of the table and i had a professional hollywood actor. Who's been in some of my favorite movies like that. Guy's a fucking. He's really good actor in a lot of comedies. And like nor was there and a bunch of other people. And like right frankie. What's the plan in who twenty two years old. I'm like well you know we're just going to start out in the living area around here by the water cooler. I remember like someone we basically like took ideas from other ones. Someone like went went to the water cooler and then colton colton. Like body slammed him. It was a h- it was a horrible skit. We got through it. I remember them being like. This is amateur hour. I was directing them around so and a little bit more in this. Take you that that guy. Jay is like best friends. Was seth rogan. He works with like the writer in hollywood and meant. He's got frankie really at the head of the table. Like here's what we're gonna do. I was like if the chips explode. When you get into into. I think that would add some effect. He's like. I can't explode the chips it's doing interviews and that is barstool sports gentlemen so yeah threat you do have a good line I think this is all about. Owens mixers so go drake's at the end of the day. That'd be lovely for everyone. Okay all right number. One piece of news john deere classic this week Number one news. Your classic t v major obviously a little screw because it's before the week for the open championship. But i just wanted to bring that up. I know you guys are probably gonna bring up anyway. But i wanted just to shed light on the fact that the fifth major is this week got tough five top guys in the top fifty or i saw like top defending champion from the cactus or something like that which our john john deere classic. I got it right here in front. Thanks i think. Mr mr cakes is frankie. Likes to call him sunjay. Can people know that dude. Got just the fattest ass on tour and daniel berger is absolutely cheeked up. I could not stop looking at his ass when we were at torrey pines..
"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"His sudden wealth. According to the rules of the catholic church family members of the sick or deceased can pay a priest to give mass in that person's honor an existing service like a sunday mass can be dedicated to the honoree or another mass can be added specifically for them. Technically all it costs is an optional donation to the church today. The suggested donation is around ten dollars in sewn year's day it was maybe one frank probably about five dollars today. There have always been strict limits on saying mass in exchange for payment for example. Priests aren't supposed to take donations from two families in only say one mass essentially doubling up. And they're not supposed to perform these services more than three times in a day. According to brian. Houghton author of history's mysteries baron jay. Sonia took this scheme to its limit. He advertised himself in newspapers and magazines around the world. He took in hundreds of payments. At a time it said that he received up to one hundred and fifty letters per day requesting mass and each of those requests contained money. If sown year were to satisfy all of the inquiries it meant you would have been saying masses around the clock which was of course impossible but hot and suggests that sony hair didn't even try to fulfil every order in fact. He didn't spend that much time in church whatsoever. Instead he traveled the world and entertain friends by hosting lavish parties. We should mention that although this is unethical and against the rules sonia wasn't known as a bad guy people in ren lucia to- actually like him after all. He used some of his wealth to benefit the people he decorated. The church built an orangerie in fixed up. The public gardens was only when the new bishop took power that rumors of sonya's corruption began flying and in nineteen ten. He was finally asked to appear in ecclesia court. Sonya's lawyer argued that some of his income came from donations not masses and when sonia received a request for a mass he didn't have time for he forwarded the money to another priest for fulfillment supposedly so near kept a ledger of all the mass requests. He received he also provided the receipts for.
"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"There are more than a few issues with the evidence presented in both lincoln's work and the gold of ren in one chapter of the gold of ren it said that sewn year visited the louvre in eighteen ninety one shortly after making his discovery at the church there he supposedly a reproduction of a painting by artist. Nicolas poussin allegedly the coded message. Sonia found inside the church's altar had practically mentioned this painting by name. Its image shows a tomb with a hill in the background. A very similar looking tomb in front of a very similar looking hill was found. Only a few miles from reynolds chatto in a town called arc. This led many to believe that poussin painting was based on that exact spot and perhaps he was helping to protect whatever secrets. lay there. But there's a problem with this anecdote. The blue apparently didn't sell reproductions back in the nineteenth century when sonia supposedly visited meaning he could have looked at the painting. But there's no way he brought a copy back to ren la- chateau to study and decode. And there's no record of pu. The peter ever visiting relish tau. He spent most of his life working in rome and had no apparent reason to go to the quaint village. The visual similarity is likely just a coincidence. Although there was one other connection between this painting and ran lucia toe the inscription written on the paintings tomb at in arcata eggo. The same words were also said to be found on the gravestone of marie blanche for a woman buried in ran the chateau cemetery now. That's either an incredible coincidence or an intentional clue or the connection itself is ally. If you remember in part one baron jay soni air supposedly damage this headstone and its inscription. People believe this was his way of covering his tracks or destroying clues. But since murray's gravestone the longer bears the inscription. Today the only thing we can work off of is a nineteenth century drawing of murray's headstone referenced. In the book the gold of ren in nineteen ninety six and investigative series called time watch looked into the legitimacy of this drawing in the episode writer. Pierre jarnac points out that the gold of ren features evidence from various nineteenth century illustrations. All from an artist named gene blind but jarnac found another book by stu blind called a trip to thermal establishments in stu blind signature on the drawings in his own publication compared to the ones reverend in the gold of ren don't match meaning the illustration cited in the gold of ren were forgeries they were fabricated by said or plantar as a way to validate their findings other than this counterfeit picture. There's no evidence linking marib wash force headstone to the poussin painting as for marie blush for herself. We told you in part one that her husband's family could trace its lineage. Back to the crusades in fact conspiracy theorists believe she is the one who first exposed the priory secret in ren lucia tau according to legend. She passed it along to a town crease named antoine. Bu on her deathbed in some say bu is the one who wrote the parchment. That zone year. Later found in the church of mary. Magdalene but when writer henry lincoln and other theorists make this connection. They're basing it on a critical misunderstanding. The truth is marie blanche for is husband's family wasn't connected to the templars at all. They had him confused with another blush for who actually was the six grand master of the knights templar so murray couldn't have exposed a secret she didn't have any knowledge of that's fair by. Let's take a closer look. At the evidence that plantar allegedly found in the national library it included sewn years found parchments family tree of the merovingian dynasty and a list of all the grandmasters of the priory of ceylon. The grandmaster list included luminaries. Like mathematician sir. Isaac newton poet victor hugo and author. Jean cocteau but it listed pierre plantar as the grandmaster which is strange. Because if this were true you'd think plantar would have already known about these secrets long before he'd made this discovery. Well it got more suspicious when another document revealed pawn tar as the grandmaster. This one was the organization's registration papers with the french government. In one thousand nine. A one france passed a law requiring all associations to file official paperwork lo and behold the primary of psi on led by plantar submitted its forms in nineteen fifty six a decade before the gold of ran was published so if the priory of syon had existed for hundreds of years it seems strange that they waited all the way until the nineteen fifties to give the government their mailing address most secret society stay hidden because they don't leave a paper trail. The priory of syon wasn't really this ancient secret or at all. It started out as a political club. Run by pierre plantar himself then in the early nineteen sixties. He read about the mystery of ren lucia toe and decided to create an elaborate hoax. One that could position him as both. The rightful king of france and the leader of a powerful religious order plantar was a devout catholic and supporter of fascism who reportedly wanted a holy king to rule both the vatican and all of europe to back up this claim plantar recruited an actor and artist name. Felipe disarray dish. Cherie zeh then forged the genealogies documents letters and parchments that were eventually deposited in france's national library meanwhile plantar falsified the list of grandmasters and he fabricated the false genealogy listed himself as a descendant of the mero vinci and king's his plan was to make himself look important so he could shape the nation the way he saw fit and for a while. The plan worked. 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"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Church of saint mary magdalen in eighteen ninety one and more importantly how it made him so rich. Prior to arriving in ren lucia tow so near survived on a measly salary and small donations from the parish renovating the church. He began building extravagant homes and dressing his housekeeper and luxury fashions. Many were certain. This wasn't a coincidence. Which brings us to conspiracy theory number one. Baron j. sewn year found valuable ancient treasures in order round the church as for what that treasure was specifically. Well there are a few different ideas. According to some historians one of the probable scenarios is that. Sonia found his way into the tombs of the gothic kings. The visigoths were a dramatic people that ruled the land near renna chateau in the fifth century. C e more importantly they reportedly had an unusual way of burying their nobility. I they dammed and diverted a river. Then they dug underneath the riverbed and laid their kings to rest in watertight tombs. Most of all these monarchs were dressed in buried with priceless jewels. After the burial the dams were removed and the river resumed. Its natural course. It was impossible to access the tomb unless someone could divert the flow of the river once again. Although there was one other way someone could have discovered a tunnel leading to the tomb from another location in the bug. Mysteries of templer treasure and the holy grail authors lionel and patricia fan. Thorpe posit that. This may be exactly what happened to baron jay sonia. They suggest that the priests found a tunnel into one if not many visigoths tombs in which case the parchment. He found while renovating the church. Likely had precise instructions on how to access the burial sites. We know that ruins discovered in spain in eighteen. Fifty eight to contain visit. Gothic treasures crowns chalices jewels. Golden crosses so if soon year had discovered a pathway into a visigoths tomb it's likely would have found similar treasures. It's an exciting idea but thirteen hundred years is a long time for a treasure to remain hidden underground. It's also pretty hard to believe that. A priest with no training in archaeology was the one to uncover it. Modern treasure hunters with far more sophisticated. Methods have been searching the area for decades and they haven't been able to get into any visigoths towns. That is if the tombs are even there. That's true we don't have any definitive evidence that any visigoths tombs are located near relentless chateau. So it's possible that years treasures were not from the visigoths.
"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"It's october thirteen. Seven the knights templar are one of the most powerful forces in europe and are composed of some of the most fearsome soldiers in the world. But they're rain has come to an end terrified of their enormous power. The king of france. Philip the fourth has ordered the arrest of every templer in the country. He's accused them of terrible crimes. Killing children practicing occult rituals and perverse sexual acts. These are strategic. Rumors meant to turn the people against the secret order. The former members will be given a choice renounce the templars or die most will be tortured and some even burned at the stake but to these warrior. Monks death is the price. They must pay to protect their secrets. They took vow. They intend to uphold so the templars had to plan. They'll take their riches and holy artifacts and hide them away in the countryside far from the states prying eyes if the secret of this location dies with the knights then so be it. at least. they're priceless relics. Will be safe in the centuries after the templars were eradicated people speculated about what became of their elusive treasurer. That is until five hundred years later. When a priest named baron. Jay sonia discovered a clue in a rural french village known as ren chateau welcome to conspiracy theories a spotify original from podcast. Every.
"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
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"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Inside the church of saint mary magdalen in eighteen. Ninety one baron. Jay air became obsessed with their significance. He alerted his confidante and superior his bishop monsignor biard who urged the priests to travel to paris. Their sonia met with manuscript expert to gain a better understanding of the parchments. We aren't exactly sure what was discussed at this meeting. But afterwards sonia rushed to the louvre museum and purchased the reproductions of three paintings. The most significant was a sixteen. Thirty eight portrait by nicholas. Bussan entitled the arcadian shepherds the painting depicts four. People gathered around a rural tomb on the grave is a plaque that says et in arcadia ego. Meaning even in arcadia there. My sonia was certain there was a connection between the parchment the painting and the town of reynolds chateau although what that link was remained uncertain for decades. But this purchase wasn't the priests only mysterious move. When he returned to ren lucia to-. Sonia made a note of another meeting in his diary. It was between himself. The secretary to monsignor vr and antoine jellies a priest from a nearby town. The only thing he wrote in that journal alongside the date and names was the word secret around the same time soon year employed his close friend and former roommate marie dinar no as his housekeeper. Aside from monsignor biard marine was sonia's sole confidant. The two were constantly seen in each other's company. To the point where other townspeople called her the priests madonna. It's very possible that the two had a romantic relationship during this time. It wasn't unheard of for priests to marry in secret but if that information went public so near could have lost his priesthood and given that marie never seemed to have any romantic relationships of her own. Well you can draw your own conclusions. Whatever their relationship was. It became clear to the public that marie had benefited from sonia because after his return from paris he began to open his pocket book. A lot sewn year went from eating charity of his parishioners to living in luxury he purchased fashionable clothes from paris entertained guests and lavish parties and drank rum from jamaica. No one had the slightest idea of where his fortune had come from and it didn't stop there so near bought the property surrounding the church and constructed new buildings including a medieval style tower. He named tour magdala which he used as his personal library. He also built a glass greenhouse and was said to keep exotic pets and of course he constructed a new manor called villa tanya which was a home that would end up being solely for marie darnall. In fact the oddest part of the entire project. Was that everything he bought and built was put in murray's name. It's possible that. Sonia was trying to hide his extra income and the source of where it came from or he may simply assume that he would die before marie if he titled the properties in her name then she wouldn't be held accountable to pay an inheritance tax later on either way son. Years expenditures seemed checkered. Whenever someone asked where. The money came from sonia alluded to anonymous benefactors. As a priest he claimed he was bound by confidentiality of the confessional. Many also found sewn years decorative bit suspicious even to this day just inside the church. Entrance stands a statue of the demon s. Modena's the guardian of treasure. Perhaps this was a reference to sonia's misbegotten wealth. Sonia also had a sign placed above the church entrance that reads. Terry bolus s locus east day. Latin for this is a place of awe or this place is terrible. It was ominous allusions like these that have led some conspiracy theorists to believe that so near new. A dangerous hits about the catholic church but it wasn't just his lavish changes to the property that kept the locals. Talking far more interesting was what sewn year and marie were seeing doing at night namely digging in the church's graveyard during one of these excavations so near supposedly damage the headstone of marie blanche for the woman who shared the oath pool. Secret from the crusades. Now this could have been an accident or they could have been searching around blanche force headstone for more clues. In the great mystery so near wanted to solve suspiciously marie blanche force small headstone while not marking her. Actual tomb did have a connection to one of the paintings. He purchased marie blanche ford's headstone reportedly read et in arcadia ego the same inscription from the plaque on the tomb and poussant sixteen thirty eight of art. Whether or not so. Near and marie uncovered anything remains a mystery but they did upset more than a few people in relish a toe. They're digging made the townspeople so angry. They received letters begging them to stop. Many were afraid. Their ancestors remains were being disturbed in the process and yet so near ignored their requests which seemed to be to his benefit because in eighteen ninety one. Sonia wrote another clue in his diary to found the church. Renovations were finally completed. Eighteen ninety seven ten years.
"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"In nineteen fifty three eighty five year. Old marie dinar. No lay on her deathbed. She spent her entire life in a tiny hilltop village. In the south of france ren lucia cto penniless and never married. Marie had no one to care for her except the family that had bought her home years before the core booze in return. She promised them a deathbed confession for much of her life. Marie was the housekeeper of the town's former priest. Baron jay sewn year decades earlier son. Years struck it rich overnight but never disclosed the source of his sudden wealth except to his ever-present confidante marie. Marie had hinted to the core booze. That when the time was right she shared the of sonya's fortune making them rich beyond their wildest dreams. They recalled her saying quote. You're walking on gold. You could feed the village for one hundred years and they would still be some leftover sadly. Marie suffered a stroke. That left her unable. To speak or write she died on january twenty ninth nineteen fifty-three taking sauniere secret to her grave. Ever since hundreds of thousands of travelers been drawn to ren lucia toe in search of ancient mysteries and one very elusive treasure Welcome to conspiracy theories as spotify original from podcast. Every monday and wednesday we dig into the complicated stories behind the world's most controversial events and search for the truth. Carter roy and i'm only brandenburg i and neither of us are conspiracy theorists but we are open minded skeptical and curious. Don't get us wrong sometimes. The official version is the truth..
The Mystery of the Treasure at Rennes-le-Château
"In nineteen fifty three eighty five year. Old marie dinar. No lay on her deathbed. She spent her entire life in a tiny hilltop village. In the south of france ren lucia cto penniless and never married. Marie had no one to care for her except the family that had bought her home years before the core booze in return. She promised them a deathbed confession for much of her life. Marie was the housekeeper of the town's former priest. Baron jay sewn year decades earlier son. Years struck it rich overnight but never disclosed the source of his sudden wealth except to his ever-present confidante marie. Marie had hinted to the core booze. That when the time was right she shared the of sonya's fortune making them rich beyond their wildest dreams. They recalled her saying quote. You're walking on gold. You could feed the village for one hundred years and they would still be some leftover sadly. Marie suffered a stroke. That left her unable. To speak or write she died on january twenty ninth nineteen fifty-three taking sauniere secret to her grave. Ever since hundreds of thousands of travelers been drawn to ren lucia toe in search of ancient mysteries and one very elusive treasure
"baron jay" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
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"baron jay" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader
"Professional Military Experience in in consulting coaching and training in areas like team in interaction dynamics communication strategies and tactics as well as emotional intelligence take it away. Guy Guy I this guy. Welcome to the talk. Like leader podcast. I am privileged and excited to have my friend colleague. Jay Jay Baron. Jay Jay is in. Canada is a former Canadian forces person who served in Bosnia and from that service. He's now known own as the retired spy. He's the president of the training solutions and the SE. Training solutions is a global leader in Communication Relationship Development Allman. I've had the privilege and honor to work with jj now for several years. And I am pleased to have him share his experiences with you today so welcome. Welcome J. J. J. to the podcast. Thank you guy here so tell me a little bit. Real quickly. D. H. C. Training Solutions. DHEC has a meaning meaning. What what does that mean yes so making a military always have acronyms though the DAC stands for decoding human capital it's been my experience Working Overseas working in in a global Arena or theater of operations creations for VR military terminology. That we used to use everyone that you meet has a human capital inside of them. Waiting to be discovered Oh to avoid labeling characterizing in pigeonholing people it's looking at people as having a human capital waiting to be discovered so DC train solutions provides that avenue for them for us engaging to a Sincere honest conversation. Asian so that we can celebrate people's differences versus tolerate people's differences in that twenty twenty. And that's a great setup for the question that we wanna talk about because I really respect and value. Jj's perspective here. He's at lots and lots of experience in this arena helping people and all different types types and sizes of organizations become more effective more clear communicators Posed the question when you know the topic of this podcast is talk talk leader and I just WanNa get what is your thought or perspective. Or what are you here when you hear the phrase talk like a leader. It's it's thought provoking question. Talk like a leader. I had to take a step back and reflect on what was what's the first thing that comes to mind for me is the authenticity of entity to yourself. we we hear the terminology leader. Yes when high school after high school whether it's in College University in my case in the military We hear people who own business leader as leader of this and easily writing quite often. It's it's a title that they have and because they title they have leadership. It hasn't been my experience. I've learned more from.
"baron jay" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Their owner. It's a complicated and risky way of playing the market. short-selling short selling is scorned by many even on Wall Street. Mostly because it's just plain rude to make your money by predicting others misfortunes. It's even worse when those others are your own partners in crime. Drew for example stood to make millions at the expense of his colleagues colleagues to make things worse for everyone. As soon as the federal government got wind of the cash shortage in New York. They stepped in and threatened to release money from their reserves to stabilize the banks when investors heard that government cash was on the way the market promised to rebound earlier than the scammers anticipated cutting off their chance for future prophets. It was curtains for scam number. Two Daniel drew who shorted the stock lost. Lost nearly a million dollars as Erie. Shares bounced back and Golden Fisk. Were left holding onto massive loads of stocks. That wouldn't don't turn a prophet. There was still one moved to make during the bear. Market caused by the cash lockup Gould Gould and FISK released their cash and purchased oodles of Erie stock at thirty five dollars after the market rebounded Erie. Stock rose is to nearly fifty dollars per share Gould and Fisk then bribed IRI's board of directors to buy all their stock back using the railroads cash reserves so in other words. They alluded their own companies savings account to earn a modest personal profit in the end. The biggest loser was the railroad road itself which ended up so deeply in debt after the stock buyback that it wouldn't become profitable again for seventy years his after that episode Daniel drew was cut out of any future scheming and the others socialize. He never got another invitation from Gould. Or fisk which by the way was quite a loss. Fisk owned a steamship line that provided him with a fleet of steamships he he sailed these up and down. The Long Island sound throwing huge parties on board. He even kept two hundred fifty singing canaries on each ship to entertain his guests. FISK had another expensive hobby to and her name was Josie Mansfield. He bought his paramour town. Home outfitted her with the designer wardrobe and paid her an allowance of up to three hundred dollars per week. That's five thousand dollars in today's money and as if keeping her in the lap of luxury wasn't enough fisk. Eventually openly moved in with Josie without divorcing his wife. As Gould he had a different. I love money. He spent it when necessary but he liked hoarding. It for its own sake and what he like. Most was gold. One of the biggest political issues of the day was the value of paper currency called greenbacks during the civil war. The United States went off the gold standard in order to print four hundred and fifty million dollars in paper currency for the war effort. This created an unstable able to currency system most goods and services could be purchased either in gold or in greenbacks and the two could be used to buy one another however the value of each currency fluctuated separately for example one day gold coin might be worth eighty greenbacks. Six and the next day it might be worth one hundred. Investors didn't love this new system. They were afraid they're greenbacks could suddenly become valueless with no federal goal to back them up by eighteen sixty nine gold and paper money were both used as legal tender in the the United States. There was even a process for trading the two on Wall Street Jay. Gould spotted a flaw in the system. If someone with millions of greenbacks traded them in for gold he could cut off the supply of available gold in the small world that was reconstruction -struction Era Wall Street. A gold shortage would send prices skyrocketing. Then the hoarders could sell their gold back for profit. It was an obvious strategy but there was one big problem that stopped other investors from trying it the federal government might not be holding enough if goal to back up the entire national supply of greenbacks. But they did have enough in their coffers to rebalance the market if gold prices got so high hi that they threatened to destabilize the economy the president was sure to step in unless somebody could make sure. The president stayed out of it. Somebody like say the President's brother-in-law after this Gould Dan Fisk by a president or so they think now back to the story in March of eighteen sixty nine general ulysses s grant took his oath of office and became President Ulysses s grant the widely beloved. Civil war. Hero was America's Erica's first four star general. He was also just forty six years old when he took office making him. The youngest president in American history at the time President Grant knew right away that he had his work cut out for him. But if anyone was up to the challenge of reconciling the North and south it was the man who personally accepted the surrender of Robert e Lee though. He ran as a Republican grant. Wanted people to think of him as a post. Partisan president didn't he couldn't afford to be seen as biased not when he already faced so much mistrust from the former confederate states so he tried to avoid surrounding himself with partisan wonks ideologues instead. He relied on the advice of his friends and family. Yeah that add always works out great. One of the family members grant trusted was his brother-in-law Abel Corbin who was married to grant sister. Jenny Corbin was a dumpy sixty. Something widower who wanted nothing more than to be in the inner circle of Commander in chief but his brief career in Washington ended in eighteen fifty six after he was caught accepting a bribe while working as a congressional staffer as for Jenny. She was thirty seven when she met Abel Corbin that was well past marriageable age in the nineteenth century but when able spotted her at a ball in early eighteen eighteen sixty nine. He saw something in her that others had missed specifically her older brother. The president elect Jenny was is widely known to be ulysses favorite sibling so corbin made a beeline for her and began plying her with compliments that would make a poet lush rush despite his old bribery scandal. Corbin was well liked in New York Society Jenny who spent most of her life in her native Illinois had few friends in high places but wanted to make some in exchange for an introduction to society circles. She could offer Corbin an introduction into the president. It seemed like a fair deal to both parties by May of eighteen sixty nine. They were married. Jennie made good on on her. End of the bargain. Ulysses welcomed Corbin into his inner circle and began listening to his advice. One area of particular concern Sern for president grant was the currency buyback program the US Treasury plan to use its gold reserves to buy back greenbacks from the public which would appease the investors who are still angry about the government's move off the gold standard. That was also an area of concern for notorious Robber Barons Jay Gould and James Fisk who were plotting to corner the gold market and make a killing. They just needed president grant to stop selling Gough Treasury gold so that they could buy up what was already in circulation and they needed assurance that he wouldn't flood the market with more gold to to stop their scheme. Once it started after their previous Scams Gould and Fisk were experts at sniffing out a man susceptible label to bribery. Not that it took much sniffing to make their way to Corbin with his checkered past. In the spring of eighteen sixty nine gould began again. cozying up to the president's brand new brother-in-law at first it was about railroad business. Gould stopped by Corbin's property in New Jersey Z.. To ask if he could place a railroad track across his land. They negotiated a deal and Gould was on his way. Of course he'd gotten in what he really came for a warm start to a friendship with Corbin these two were. Both savvy capitalists. Who knew exactly how things worked worked in? Washington Corbin detected a payday in the future and decided to accelerate the process by asking Gould for Investment Advice. Goal rule new. The gesture meant they were on the same page. It was time to do business. A deal was soon struck gould and fisk pitched it as a plan to help farmers and industrialists. They wanted to force gold prices through the ceiling and told Corbin that this would create a booming export market for Americans. Of course that wouldn't be the case at all. unsubtle currency manipulation generally leads to more bus than boom but Corbin was a Washington Palm Greasier not an economist. He was nowhere near as rich as gould ruled fisk. He trusted that their scheme was going to work for. Everyone and Corbin wasn't about to be.
"baron jay" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"To the story so far our investigation russian into the priory of syon and their legendary protection of jesus's descendants the true holy grail has been fraught with speculation but what though the circumstances of the secret orders founding are murky there could still be evidence that the organization has existed throughout the centuries the key to understanding the modern primary of psi on may lie in the story of an obscure french priest named baron jay sewn year sony air was born in eighteen fifty two in monticello france. He was a pious boy and entered the seminary at carcassonne at the age each of twenty two in eighteen seventy nine. He was ordained as a priest and six years later. In eighteen eighty five he was assigned to the small parish of ren louis chateau fewer than three hundred people lived in the town and the church did not have much money so near salary was small aw and he subsisted eating what he could hunt and fish for himself despite his lack of funds sony air wanted to undertake massive renovations ends on the old crumbling church as soon as possible assume near secured a small loan from the town's mayor and solicited as many donations as he could to improve the church. He decided to begin work on the rundown alter. I the altar was possibly over one thousand years old it was described by local historian rene desk diaz as a crude altar made of stone slab supported in front by two square pillars one of which or archaic carvings the pillar with the carvings was purported to be old visit gothic column that had been repurpose purpose to hold up the alter the visigoths were germanic tribes which ward with rome from the fifth to the eighth century in the fifth century injury ren lucia tow is suspected to have been the site of a large visigoths city but whether or not the altar support truly was from the fifth century sorry it was definitely at least hundreds of years old so near began remodeling the altar with a small group of laborers one of them accidentally struck the column with a pickaxe breaking a hole in it as it turned out the column was hollow inside were a clump of dried ferns and two small ancient scrolls witnesses at the time agree on these events. It's virtually certain that that sonia found some kind of ancient scrolls written in latin escott d._s. speculated. They were rather mundane. Instructions placed by the stonemasons ends to explain the construction of the altar and its pillars but this cannot be confirmed conspiracy theorists believe they may have contained secret information information about the priory of ceylon and the true holy grail whatever their true contents were sonia translated them quickly play the historian desk diaz claimed that the priest gave a copy of the translation to the mayor but neither the original scrolls nor where the translated copies have ever been found according to the sister of sewn years made the priest found more than just scrolls during the renovations. He also found some quantity of gold under the church. This gold was purportedly the nest egg of the previous priest antoine antoine b. who he died at the age of seventy and is believed to have buried his life savings before he passed away. This is a possibility but desk diaz acknowledges. It's only guess we do not know how much gold sonia on earth or who buried it there in the first place the only thing we can be relatively sure of is that he discovered some mysterious parchments whatever he found it encouraged him to keep digging after after he finished with the altar he began remodeling the small cemetery attached to the church despite his supposed golden windfall sonar are dismissed a few laborers who had been working for him and undertook the excavations himself on suspicious behavior to say the least and apparently apparently his work in the cemetery was not performed with the greatest care. The inhabitants of the village.
"baron jay" Discussed on KCHH
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