Post by jpmtruthcanuck on Sept 13, 2012 17:51:12 GMT -5
In Cynthia Lennon's book, 'John', there is a picture of a postcard from Paul. Has the handwriting been authenticated as Paul's? My internet searches for handwriting samples did not yield a match, but I admit I'm an amateur. Also, after John left Cynthia, she tells the story of Paul visiting her with a rose to console her. She says he just broke up with Jane, and joked that perhaps the 2 of them should marry. This would have taken place early 1968? I wonder if Cynthia saw 'Faul', not Paul. I'm looking at these 2 issues from a Faul angle and trying to figure it out. My apologies if this issue previously discussed, but I did search before I posted. Any comments welcome. Thanks.
Usually, when we hear or read something new,
we just compare it to our own ideas.
If it is the same, we accept it and say that it is correct.
If it is not, we say it is incorrect.
In either case, we learn nothing.
~ Thich Nhat Hanh ~
Sherlock Holmes to Watson: "Never theorize before you have data. Invariably, you end up twisting facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."
This is a very strange and unusual signature. Look closely at how the letters of his first name are joined together. The last name is incomprehensible.
According to graphologists, unreadable signatures means the person is unsure of who they are.
The postcard is very interesting, look at the unusual spelling and capitals at the beginning of most lines. One is tempted to think there may be a coded message within. Also the stamp is on sideways. Probably nothing, but still!
Also, Cynthias address, will need to research but I there is a Templar history behind it.
Post by jpmtruthcanuck on Sept 14, 2012 9:10:40 GMT -5
Thanks, Linus, yes that is the postcard I referred to. I never noticed the Linda part of the signature, and judging by Cynthia's caption under the postcard, she seemed to imply it came from Paul. But, I buy that Linda wrote the card. Getting back to the other part of my original post, about Paul visiting her with a rose after John left her and jokingly proposing to her, I am trying to reconcile if this was the real Paul or Faul. Cynthia would have known Paul from the art school days when she was dating John, so she would have known if this was the real Paul... unless she told this story to go along with the secret of Faul (for protection of Julian?) Any theories about this visit?