25 March 1807 : Abolition of the Slave Trade Act abolishes slave trading in British Empire. Upon this declaration King George III sought alliances with leaders of influence in the coastal areas of Western Africa.
One of such leaders was the Obi of Aboh. The reigning Monarch of this Kingdom, a long time champion for the abolition initiative, immediately leveraged his influence on leaders across the entire region to end the slave trade and engage instead in legitimate forms of business with international merchants.
In a show of force, the Obi demanded that all regional leaders forfeit all gifts, agreements and tokens offered by the "ambassador" captains of slave trading vessels. Regional rulers that failed to comply were removed from their respective seats of authority.
Palace of Secrets
This act of central accumulation developed the library and catalog infamously known as the "PALACE OF SECRETS" it is from this library, we draw reference on this site.
Co operation continued with the royal house of Aboh and the British Empire, Generation after generation.
King George V
Our access to this information begins with our relationship to the late Obi of Aboh, Obi Oputa II (1869-1964) and his continued cooperation with King George the V King George the VI and Queen Elizabeth the II.
His son, Prince J.I. Oputa was responsible for the administration of this catalog of information and also served as administrator for the affairs of the Obi (king) securing communication with kings and rulers world wide. International access was established through his affiliation and coordination with the Elder-Dempster shipping line, a modern conduit for trade, letters and exchange of secrets.
The death of the Obi and Prince J.I, combined with the discontinuation of ship services for mail and correspondence led to a collapse of the centuries old dialogue between rulers of river bank kingdoms and the international community, leaving the Palace of secrets abandoned and unattended for decades.
Prince J.I. Oputa's son, my father Chris, passed access to the palace of Secrets to me. He sat me down for several years, teaching and explaining the lessons and secrets of generations long gone.
It is my pleasure to now present, in the most simple form possible, the entire collection of extant notations of Kings and Rulers of a world now lost.
J.I. Oputa II
Inventor of the Quantum Box
and Quantum Box App.
Obi Oputa II recieves Queen Elizabeth II 1956
Sir John Macpherson, Intelligence Cheif and Governor General visits the "Palace of Secrets"
Shipping lines replace slave ships for information exchange.
Prince J.I. Oputa Admistrator of the "Palace of Secrets"
Trade through the shipping lines flourish while secrets between royal houses are shared.
Young Chris with his Mother the last supervisor of the "Palace of Secrets".
Passage of information from one generation to the next
The "PALACE OF SECRETS"