While we were in the process of arranging our flight itinerary, travel insurance and having our passports processed the darker elements were busily trying to sabotage our endeavours. My partner’s passport was being severely delayed with the Hungarian Embassy based in Sydney. She was applying for dual citizenship. She wasn’t getting very positive feedback from a female representative stating that she had little hope of having her citizenship approved. On top of this we were getting weird phone calls in the early hours of the morning, mocking us and laughing, and all in Hungarian. Not entirely sure whether these strange occurrences were physical or supernatural I requested for divine intervention to look into the passport matter. Within several days we had a call from the Hungarian Embassy to inform us that the secretary has been dismissed from her employment with the Embassy and that they had found my partners passport application, unprocessed and at the bottom of a pile of papers. They were very apologetic and that the application will be approved at the end of the week.
There were various other reasons of why we decided to make that journey into Hungary. Where my partner was concerned there were supernatural occurrences that convinced her to make the journey. One occurrence involved her being drawn out of the body and, in spirit, taken on a flight overlooking, what in Hungary are called, the Pilis Mountains. Through ancient times these mountains have always been regarded as sacred and steeped in mysteries. Within these mountains is also, assumedly, the last resting place of Attila the Hun who settled there around the year 400 A.D. Another Hungarian king who has been grossly distorted by conventional historians. During this flight of spirit my partner was aware of another woman flying with her, guiding her, softly speaking to her of the mysteries below, telling her secrets too personal for me to tell.
Saint Margaret's Chapel, Edinburgh Castle. It is this saint that I believe guided my partner’s flight of spirit.
Margaret was a daughter of Bela IV, king of Hungary in 1270 during the time when the Mongols were ravaging Europe. Recorded legends of that era endowed her with supernatural gifts and vision. She was given to monastic life from an early age and declined all offers of marriage. Bela IV is regarded as the second founder of Hungary after having restored Hungary from the devastation wrought by the Mongols.