Landry Family Were Kin to Merovingians

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On Saturday I will be taking two Hambley sisters, Virginia and Caroline to breakfast. Their mother is Elizabeth de Bourmont a descendant of Geoffrey La Tour-Landry, of Bourmont,

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brissacThe Landry family were Major Domos to the Frankish Kings. They served them as Mayors of the Palace. The Comte de Bourmont and his ancestors served the Kings of France and did everything to restore the House of Bourbon to the throne. A Landry married a Merovingian Princess.

The Da Vinci Code was taken from this real investigation that led me home, and back to Virginia, whom I love, and who loves me. For sixteen years we have loved one another.

Jon Presco

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Origin of the Name “Landry”

The family name “Landry” derives originally from an old Germanic baptismal name “Land-rik”, a composite name meaning “powerful land.”1 “Rik” has also been interpreted as meaning “ruler” or “king.”2

The name later evolved into the personal name “Landry,” popular in France during the medieval period.3 “Landry” as a personal name meant “Lord of the manor.”4

Early forms of the name…

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The Grimm Huguenot Fairytales

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Last night I went to bed believing I would be authoring ‘The Cosmic Carpet Riders’ this morning. Instead I have been launched into the world of German Mysticism, and Woman Artists and Fairytale Tellers. This of course is where I have longed to be, and have been heading all along.

An hour ago I discovered the most famous of Grimm’s Fairytales came from four sisters: Marie, Johana (Jeanette) Amalia, and Susette Hassenpflug. I have yet to discover the original French name and this families place of origin. That they adopted a German surname supports my theory the Stuttmeisters may have been Huguenots. We suspect the Rosamond/Rougemont family were of French origin, possibly the Alsace. That Grim named Sleeping Beauty, Rosamond, takes on a whole new meaning in that four beautiful sisters took over the life and destiny of these two brothers who put their name to work that was not their own. They…

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The Holy Grail of Rosemondt

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“Much of what we know about the Holy Grail comes from the Grail romances, which appeared out of the area of the Lorraine (formerly associated with the Merovingian dynasty) in the early twelfth century. In fact, Godfrey de Bouillon, our consummate leader of the first crusade, was according to medieval legend and folklore, descended from Lohengrin, the Knight of the Swan; and Lohengrin, in the Grail romances was the son of Perceval or Parzival, the chief protagonist of all the early Grail stories.”

Lotharingen and Lorraine are the same place. It appears my Rover and Rosemondt ancestors formed a confederacy of nobles to rule the extinct Merovingian domain of Taxandria, and called upon Parsival and his son Lohengrin to be their legendary rulers in the form of the Swan Knight who is kin to Godfrey de Bouillon the Grand Master of the Knights Templar, and Duke of Lorraine. In Bosch’s…

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Ariadne’s Thread Frees Helen

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scan0089Three months ago my niece sent me a message on Facebook. She said she needed to talk to family. She asked me to have Drew Benton call her. I felt for her isolation, her exclusion, for this is what Vick and Mark Presco did to me when I asked too many good questions. When Vicki called me and said;

“We are the only ones left.” I fell for her ruse once again. She said Mark and her had a terrible fight and he disappeared. No one can find him. This is BULLSHIT, for he is the horned beast at the center of the labyrinth, he the lover of money, along with our young sister – and my daughter!

I had threatened not to sign the document that released Rice Trust money to my kindred. I told the attorney my brother was a Tax Evader, and I am about to turn…

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Here is the Holy Grail

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parsifal888Yesterday the Pope signed a new law that would allow the election of a new Pope to take place earlier. The Italian press is saying Ratzinger is in a awful hurry not to be the Pope because there is a huge scandal involving him that would put a Giant Pee-Stain on the Papacy forever!

For the reason this Pope is removing himself for devious reasons, and because it is possible the Holy Grail once served the Papacy, I am going to show you the Holy Grail. However, I will keep the answer as to whom it served, for my book.

Above is the most damaged and altered works of art in history ‘The wedding Feast at Cana’ by Bosch. The two dogs in the foreground replaced two figures. One of them was Pope Adrien, and I believe the other was my kindred, Gottshalk Rosemondt. In Bosch’s painting are allegedly members…

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Eleanor as Penthesilea and Artemus

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diana102Queen Eleanore the wife of King Henry, whom Wace presented his Roman de Rou, saw herself as Penthesilea who worshiped the goddess Artemus, the Greek Diana. Penthesilea sided with the Trojans ad was killed by Achilles. Eleanore rode about on a white horse as Penthesilea bidding folks to go on Crusade. Eleanore went on Crusade with her husband the King of France she and her entourage of 300 women dressed in armour. Here was the Queen of the Amazons taking on the scourge of Mahomet, she no doubt inspired by the pseudo history of Geoffrey of Monmouth.

“The Historia Regum Britanniae (English: The History of the Kings of Britain) is a pseudohistorical account of British history, written c. 1136 by Geoffrey of Monmouth. It chronicles the lives of the kings of the Britons in a chronological narrative spanning a time of two thousand years, beginning with the Trojans founding the…

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The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest

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Charles_Coote,_1st_Earl_of_BellamontI think I have a winner with this sentence;

“Charles is my avatar that I will employ against my enemies as I promenade through their mundane minds, full of fake love for the chiffon Jesus, and a six pack of beer.”

Jon

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“It was a dark and stormy night; the rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by a violent gust of wind which swept up the streets (for it is in London that our scene lies), rattling along the housetops, and fiercely agitating the scanty flame of the lamps that struggled against the darkness.” — Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, Paul Clifford (1830)

Announcing the 2012 Lyttoniad Contest Winners

The rules to the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest are childishly simple:

Each entry must consist of a single sentence but…

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