In Castle Trump (alias Trump Tower), Baron Trump perused a fifteenth-century manuscript from the pen of the learned Spaniard, Don Constantino Bartolomeo Strepholofidgeguaneriusfum, commonly known among scholars as Don Fum. He prepared to embark on a journey, seeking Don Fum’s “World Within a World.” (Background: Trump’s Underground Journey, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, October 12, 2017.)
In Ingersoll Lockwood’s prescient book from 1893, Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey, we find that the Trumps were originally French Huguenot – De la Trompe – and had taken refuge in Holland circa 1685, consequent to the Edict of Nantes. “Some years later, upon the invitation of the Elector of Brandenburg, Niklas Van der Troomp became a subject of that prince, and purchased a large estate in the province of Pomerania, again changing his name to Von Troomp.” 
It is known that President Donald Trump’s paternal uncle, John G. Trump, reviewed and analyzed the papers of Dr. Nikola Tesla when Dr. Tesla died in a New York City hotel in 1943.  Some theorize that from Tesla’s papers the Trump family gained knowledge of time travel and that this might explain the uncanny parallels between Ingersoll Lockwood’s book and the real Donald Trump.
Lockwood gives the Trump family motto as, Per Ardua ad Astra, which he translates as “the pathway to glory is strewn with pitfalls and dangers.” This could be more concisely rendered as, “No guts, no glory.” A literal translation of Per Ardua ad Astra would be, Through adversity, towards the stars.
In chapter two of Lockwood’s book, it is told that Don Fum’s manuscript pinpoints the portals to the World Within a World as being situated somewhere in northern Russia. Over and over Don Fum advises the reader, “The people will tell thee” as to the exact location of the portals. The people will tell thee. And sure enough, as Baron Trump and his faithful dog Bulger journey northward in Russia, the people do tell him. The Giant’s Well in the Northern Ural Mountains is to where they all point.
The people will tell thee. The parallel here is that Donald Trump is often called a “populist”, which means a person who claims to represent the interests, views, or tastes of the common people. 
Amplified cortical electrical activity is evident in Donald Trump. And in chapter two of Lockwood’s book we are again told how Baron Trump’s mind is very active: “… my mind possessed the extraordinary power of working out automatically any task assigned to it by me,” Baron Trump relates, “provided it was not suddenly thrown off its track by some ridiculous interruption.” And so too with President Trump, who is always being distracted by fake news and its ridiculous interruptions.
Onward traveled Baron Trump, from St. Petersburg to Onega Bay, to Archangel. From there Trump and Bulger journeyed onward, ever north, up the River Dwina as far as Solvitchegodsk, and then further, to the picturesque village of Ilitch on the Ilitch. He was by now at the foothills of the Northern Ural Mountains.
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 Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey, by Ingersoll Lockwood. 1893. Reprint by Kessinger.net
 “John G. Trump”, Wikipedia, Oct. 10, 2017. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_G._Trump
 Webster’s New World College Dictionary, Fourth Edition.