Who Dunnit?

Image: The Christie Archive Trust ― Agatha Christie, A Murder Is Announced 

Happy Super Sleuths Birthday

to our Mistress of Mystery.

  Agatha Christie

 

First things first, I love a good ‘Murder She Wrote’

Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa nee’ Miller Christie, was born on this day, 15th September (1890) in Torquay, Devon. Detective Novelist, poet and playwright whose books have sold more than 100 million copies. Agatha began writing detective fiction while working as a nurse during World War I (1914–18)

 

‘It never once occurred to me to be a writer. I was an atrocious speller.’

– Agatha Christie on childhood ambition

 

THE PLOT

In Numerology Agatha’s Birth Date 15.9.1890 adds up to Life Path 33.

Meaning: (Master Number) ’33’ ~ Spiritual Messenger. Avatar. Love vibration. Compassion. Teacher of Teachers. 

With courage and tireless energy, inspiring others to follow their leadership. Honest, self disciplined, discriminating and law abiding. Extremely versatile, creative, resourceful and imaginative. A reformer with a strong desire to make the world a better place. Strong Pioneer spirit. 

“It is the brain, the little grey cells on which one must rely. One must seek the truth within–not without.”

~Agatha Christie

INSIDE THE MIND OF AGATHA CHRISTIE

I think the reason that I always loved Agatha was because, as she said “I don’t like messy deaths … I’m more interested in peaceful people who die in their own beds and no one knows why.”[180]  ‘She was a curious young girl that often suffered “episodes” which alienated her from other children. (It was later determined by neurological experts that these “episodes” were Epileptic seizures)’  

ORDEAL BY INNOCENCE

Now, one of the world’s most beloved authors; known as the “Queen of Crime. Her plots are possible, logical, and always new.”[32] She shows us an apparently impossible situation and we go mad wondering ‘How can this be happening?’ Then, slowly, she reveals how the impossible is not only possible but the only thing that could have happened.”[109]

Image: Clementine
HOW AGATHA CHRISTIE DUNNIT
What was the secret to Agnes’s success?
she had a ‘trait’ of epilepsy, the ‘hypergraphic-ness’
Writing her way through stresses, of times,
using her imagination, became easier to define.

A curse or a gift, what do you read?
a talent for words came easily, in deed.
It was her purpose and passion, to create,
to pick up her pen, before it was too late. 

An addiction for writing, her insights to express,
sharing puzzles with others, as a means to de-stress.
Victoria Healing ~ 14.9.2021
How Agatha Christie Dunnit 

WHERE HER CREATIVITY CAME FROM

(Temporal Lobe) Epilepsy in inborn writers, is shown to result in a behavioural phenomenon called Hypergraphia. The tendency toward extensive and, in some cases, compulsive writing.

I absolutely understand her addiction, as I have the same attribute.

How will I celebrate Agatha’s Birth Day?

… By writing of course

Let us celebrate Agatha by not succumbing to limitations.

 

Image: Agatha Christie on board the RMS Kildonan Castle setting sail to from Southampton to Capetown

 

“Of course, if you’ve made up your mind about it, you’ll find an answer to everything.”

 

 

Epilepsy

https://myauraborealis.com/agatha-christie-famous-icons-epilepsy/ 

 

https://www.britannica.com/biography/Agatha-Christie

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypergraphia 

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