Ca’ Dario or Palazzo Dario – Part Two

As I wrote in Part One, some people affirm that there is a cemetery of Knights Templar in the soil. Personally, I don’t believe it, and at the moment I cannot find any evidence. It is more likely that it is an intersection of obscure forces or that the soil and the previous building were the scenery of something extremely malicious. And all seems to begin from Marieta.

Ca’ Dario or Palazzo Dario Part One

News Tuesday 1st December 2015:

 

I found something ABSOLUTELY EXTRAORDINARY regarding Ca’ Dario

 

I’ve made researches about Giovanni Dario, a man linked to The Serenissima with devotion, Chiara’s husband, and they lived in another side of Venice in the Sestiere (subdivision of Italian cities at that time) of Cannareggio, close to Campo Santi Apostoli, where Marieta was born.

 

Scuola Grande di San Marco, now the civil hospital in Venice

Scuola Grande di San Marco, now the civil hospital in Venice

It seems that there aren’t mysterious facts regarding Giovanni and he had no accidents since he died at the old age of 80 in 1494, running the risk of getting ill since he went in the Turkish kingdom many times and for long periods of time.

But recently I have discovered something regarding the architect Lombardo and his two sons, who designed the Scuola Grande di San Marco (Civil Hospital in Venice) and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, whose external space in front of the door and the lateral part are full of energy, and I tried to measure the energy several times seeing variations of the electromagnetic field and temperature variations. Moreover, a side of the church overlooks a channel and it is well-known that water is a good conductor. And I got all these results when I did not know anything about the church and not so much about Ca’ Dario.

 

Chiesa Santa Maria dei miracoli (Venice)

Chiesa Santa Maria dei miracoli (Venice)

But recently I have discovered something regarding the architect Lombardo and his two sons, who designed the Scuola Grande di San Marco (Civil Hospital in Venice) and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, whose external space in front of the door and the lateral part are full of energy, and I tried to measure the energy several times seeing variations of the electromagnetic field and temperature variations. Moreover, a side of the church overlooks a channel and it is well-known that water is a good conductor. And I got all these results when I did not know anything about the church and not so much about Ca’ Dario.

But recently I have discovered something regarding the architect Lombardo and his two sons, who designed the Scuola Grande di San Marco (Civil Hospital in Venice) and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, whose external space in front of the door and the lateral part are full of energy, and I tried to measure the energy several times seeing variations of the electromagnetic field and temperature variations. Moreover, a side of the church overlooks a channel and it is well-known that water is a good conductor. And I got all these results when I did not know anything about the church and not so much about Ca’ Dario.

It is said that the Venetians created the anagram, impressed by the death of Vincenzo Barbaro, the wife Marieta Dario and the son Giacomo; this after the last tragic death, which occurred in 1542, but maybe also the architect Lombardo could be an expert of anagrams or one of his sons. Moreover, after the fire of the Scuola di San Marco, destroyed by a fire on March 31st 1485, it was ordered to rebuild the palazzo and also Gentile Bellini, together with the brother, were involved. And why do I mention Gentile Bellini? This is the only painting representing Giovanni Dario and related to him also the painting of Memhed II which is inside Ca’ Dario. It seems that Giovanni Dario told Lombardo and the two Bellini to join the Serenissima, so that they could work at rebuilding the Scuola di San Marco.

You can think that I am speaking about positive and negative energy, or benign or malignant energy. That’s right. Benign energy should be intended as positive and malignant as negative.The reality is that Ca’ Dario, beside the deaths and injured that caused, seems also able to hit his targets at a distance; those people aiming at buying the building. We don’t know if the tenor visited it. The tenor Mario Del Monaco was victim of a terrible accident while he was driving his car going to Venice in order to sign the contract for purchasing the property. But if he did not go inside it, it does not prove the idea that I have about it, since Ca’ Dario is for me something alive and malignant, ready to steal energy to the detriment of those people who own it or stay there for long time. But this is not enough, the palazzo confuses the mind of the people who live there, convincing its victims to become killers, also to commit suicide.

 

Memhed II in the painting of Gentile Bellini

Memhed II in the painting of Gentile Bellini

 

But let’s go back to its history. Do you remember? The Armenian merchant who went into bankruptcy sold Ca’ Dario to an English man for the price of £480.

 

In Wikipedia, about Rawdon Brown: “who sold the building four years later when he was in need of money to renovate it. The palazzo was then purchased by a Hungarian Count and then newly sold to a rich Irish man, Mr. Marshall. In 1896 it became property of the Countess Isabelle Gontran de la Baume-Pluvinel, who had it renovated, and her friend Augustine Bulteau.

 

The French poet Henri de Réginer stayed there for a while, sent by the Countess de la Baume-Pluvinel, until a serious illness interrupted his stay. In the aftermath of the war Ca’ Dario was purchased by Charles Briggs, an American billionaire, who was forced to leave Venice because of the rumors about his homosexuality. And he went in Mexico, where his lover committed suicide.

 

Il Gazzettino di Venezia (the Venetian newspaper)  of July 1970

Il Gazzettino di Venezia (the Venetian newspaper) of July 1970

The building has now owners for a long time. In 1946 there was the tenor Mario Del Monaco among the possible purchasers, who interrupted the negotiations when, while he was going to Venice to finish the details of the contract, he was victim of a serious accident who required a long rehabilitation process. For this reasons he did not purchase the building. Years later Ca’Dario was purchased by the Count from Turin Filippo Giordano Delle Lenze, who was killed in the building in 1970 by a Croatian sailor named Raul Blasich, with whom he had a relationship. Afterwards Blasich fled to London where he was killed.

 

The building was then purchased by Christopher “Kit” Lambert, manager of the rock band The Who, who fell in love with its romantic and melancholic aspect. In that place his drug dependency  worsened and so did his relationship with the band, until in 1974 he was arrested for illegal possession of drugs which caused his economic decline. Even if he stated that he did not believe in the curse, Lambert told some friends that he was sleeping in the hostel of the gondoliers of the Hotel Gritti, located nearby, to “escape the ghosts haunting him”.

 

In 1978, three years before his death, Kit Lamber sold Ca’ Dario to a business man from Venice, Fabrizio Ferrari, who moved there with his sister Nicoletta, who died in a strange car accident which has no witnesses. A short time later, Fabrizio Ferrari experienced a financial decline and was arrested because accused of beating a model. At the end of the eighties the building was purchased by Raul Gardini aiming at giving the building to his daughter. After a series of economic problems and the scandal named Tangentopoli, Gardini committed suicide in 1993. The circumstances are mysterious.

 

entrance of Ca' Dario and back part of the building

Entrance of Ca’ Dario and rear part of the building

After the death of Gardini nobody wanted to purchase Ca’ Dario, and the main broking company refused to work for the selling of the building. At the end of the nineties the film director and actor Woody Allen seemed to be interested in purchasing the building, but did not. In 2002, a week after the renting of Ca’ Dario for a vacation in Venice, the bassist John Entwistle (The Who) died of stroke.

In 2006 the property passed to an American society representing an anonymous purchaser and it is currently being restored.

 

As you read the only killing happening in the building was that of the count Filippo Giordano Delle Lanze and many were victims of bankruptcy, but the malignancy seems to be able to act at physical and psychological level, even after months. I do not think that Ca’ Dario is just a haunted place, but a thinking and malignant entity. Ca’ Dario is a living being, ready to take vital energy to the detriment of those who own it or stay there for a long time. But this is not enough. The palazzo confuses the mind of those people living there and leads its victims to become killers or to commit suicide. And this is the reason why it can be considered as a malignant magnet attracting any kind of energy.

 

Regarding the spirits of Ca’ Dario (it is the first time that I use this name; I usually talk about entities) I think that they are imprisoned by the building itself against their own will. This is why Ca’ Dario is extremely dangerous. It lives with any kind of energy, even the weakest kind of energy. And this explains why it is a malignant magnet. It exists to imprison bodies, minds and spirits.

 

Honestly, Ca’ Dario is trying to attract me, too, or the spirits imprisoned in the building are asking for help. I cannot explain it right now, but I have reasons and evidences to say that what I am saying is true. The problem is that I am not sure if the building is misleading or if the spirits are asking for my help to get rid of their prison. Somebody could not believe me. It sounds odd even to myself. But as a researcher and relativist, I must admit that something extremely powerful and malignant is trying to attract me. And I cannot take a decision, even if I get the permission to enter the building, those people who know me know that I am always alone during my investigations and I am not scared of anything, except of him, Ca’ Dario. Moreover I made researches and there are no videos filmed inside the building. There are some pictures, but no videos.

 

In addition, I asked a person to make researches in The National Archive in Venice and to obtain photocopies of notarial acts: testaments and purchasing contracts which I want to study in details.

 

Bye everybody

massimo r.

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