I feel it is important to comment on an event happened to me when I was five years old; My father had ordered that five symbols were to be branded on my body. This was my father's (Umberto II) way of ensuring, that if any of his plans to bring me back home were to fail (to which obviously they have) these symbols would be the final and ultimate proof of my true identity!
In 1996 of Feb. 10th, I was officially received by and had my meeting with Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (Then Prefect of The Faith) at Santo Uffizzio #2(Vatican City). In this meeting I personally handed into the hands of his Eminence, a file containing all of the evidence I had garnered from my complete investigation into my past; He graciously accepted this file and began to study intensively all the contents (Including the complete translations of the five symbols); during one point, his Eminence stopped and looked at me(I was seated to his left) with a smile and said "I SEE YOU LIKED YOUR LOLLY POPS" (Referring to a photo of me as a child sucking on a lolly pop), he then returned to continue to study the file. During this time I and his assistant remained in silence (I can not continue beyond this point of our meeting at the present time)!
It is common knowledge between certain persons within the inner sanctum of Vatican City and in particular, Vatican Secret Archives, that my father deposited and entrusted to a certain individual from the Offices Of The Prefect Of The Faith(Vatican Secret Archives), all of the documentation and proofs of my true identity and of the significance of the five symbols! It was my father's intentions and instructions, that if something happened to him and he was no longer alive, I was to be found, brought back home, identified and then to receive my birthright.
I feel this comment is important in order to clarify the reasons for having written my letter to Pope Benedict XVI and to illuminate the connections between two events and finally to point out that my father's (Umberto II) will still has not been fulfilled!
Prince Dimitri Di Savoia