The Rose of the World Garden

Shortly after Christine Rosamond’s overnight success, she gave full credit for her meteoric rise in the Art World. She told me I took the time to show her what I thought was good art in books I constantly took out from the library. After my near-death experience, I began to look for a spiritual vehicle for my artistic gifts, and found the Pre-Raphaelites, the Rossetti family in particular. I then had a vision that perhaps I and my three siblings could be another Rossetti family?

Art is forever a work in progress, as is our spiritual contact in the world. When Christine died there was an attempt to finalize this progress, and cash in. However, no one could author Rosamond’s Genesis, tell the world how she came to be one of the most printed artists in history. When I went to repair my relationship with my surviving sister, after one enters he home, there sit our mother’s jewelry box with the rose atop it. Within were Rosemary’s Treasures, her children, along with their laurels. There was much proof of how gifted I was, but, there was no evidence of Christine’s artistic destiny.

There are lies, like flies caught in the web, that give false testimony to the gifts Rosamond owned at an early age. These are the thorns that prevent one from grasping the Rose of the World, the greater design. Christine Rosamond would become her own model.

Above is a painting of Fair Rosamund, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, whos father translated the Divine Comedy, that was a inspiration for the Rose of the World Prophecy.

In Rosemary’s box was a card that Christine made for her mother who was born Rosemary Rosamond, the daughter of Mary Magdalene Rosamond. Here is the Genesis, the Signature Rose, that tells a Never Ending Tale.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2011

This site is devoted to Daniel Andreev, Russian poet and religious thinker of the middle of the XX century. His best known book “Roza Mira” (“The Rose of the World”, “Роза Мира”) which was written mostly in prison at Stalin’s time, is about religion in the modern world. Along with world religions such as Christianity, he also considers mythical revelations of different cultures which together compose the “religion of total”, the Rose of the World. For Daniel Andreev, the Rose of the World is a spiritual flower whose roots are in heaven: each petal is an unique image of the great world religions and cultures, and the whole flower is their joint co-creation with God.

Roza Mira (full title in Russian: Роза Мира. Метафилософия истории, literally The Rose of the World. The Metaphilosophy of History) is the title of the main book by Russian mystic Daniil Andreev. It is also the name of the predicted new universal religion, to emerge and unite all people of the world before the advent of the Antichrist, described by Andreev in his book. This new interreligion, as he calls it, should unite the existing religions “like a flower unites its petals”, Andreev wrote. According to Roza Mira, there are no contradictions between different religions, because they tell about different aspects of spiritual reality, or about the same things in different words. Daniil Andreyev compares different major religions to different paths leading to one and the same mountain peak (which is God). Andreyev names five world religions, which are Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism and Zoroastrianism. Andreyev believes in the Trinity of God, but the third hypostasis, instead of being the Holy Spirit, is claimed to be the Eternal Femininity.

Daniil Andreyev agrees with main Christian dogma, namely, that Jesus Christ is the Son of God that had come to our world to help it on its way to the Light. However, Andreyev states that the murder of Jesus wasn’t planned as a part of Redemption; it was instead inspired by the Devil to hinder God’s plans. Though strongly rooted, psychologically and emotionally, in the Russian Orthodox Church, Andreev also believed in reincarnation and karma, so that his personal faith, as expressed in Roza Mira, is something of an amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism. (On his deathbed, Andreev was shocked to find that the attending Orthodox priest refused him last rites[citation needed]; the priest knew that the dying man believed in reincarnation, and so did not consider him a Christian.)[citation needed]

In large part, Roza Mira is a spiritual cosmography, a description of the domains human souls occupy after death or between incarnations—domains resembling, to greater or lesser degrees, the heavens, hells, purgatories, and netherworlds of various religions and mythological systems. As such, it can be compared to works like the Bardo Thodol or Tibetan Book of the Dead, and the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri (as well as modern expressions of the same visionary tradition, like The Urantia Book). As a 20th-century entrant in this sub-genre, Roza Mira extends its purview far beyond the terrestrial Earth, to other planets, solar systems, and galaxies. Andreev peoples these visionary domains with types of beings recognizable from world religions and mythologies—angels, archangels, demons, daemons, titans, nature spirits or “elementals”—and also with creatures unique to Andreev’s vision, called igvas, raruggs, and witzraors, among others. The venues include familiar names like Atlantis and Gondwana, plus unique Andreevian coinages

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (12 May 1828 – 9 April 1882) was an English poet, illustrator, painter and translator. He founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848 with William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais, and was later to be the main inspiration for a second generation of artists and writers influenced by the movement, most notably William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones. His work also influenced the European Symbolists and was a major precursor of the Aesthetic movement.

The group’s intention was to reform art by rejecting what they considered to be the mechanistic approach first adopted by the Mannerist artists who succeeded Raphael and Michelangelo. They believed that the Classical poses and elegant compositions of Raphael in particular had been a corrupting influence on the academic teaching of art. Hence the name: Pre-Raphaelite. In particular, they objected to the influence of Sir Joshua Reynolds, the founder of the English Royal Academy of Arts, whom they called “Sir Sloshua”. To the Pre-Raphaelites, according to William Michael Rossetti, “sloshy” meant “anything lax or scamped in the process of painting … and hence … any thing or person of a commonplace or conventional kind”.[1] In contrast, they wanted to return to the abundant detail, intense colours, and complex compositions of Quattrocento Italian and Flemish art.


Jon Presco <braskewitz>
2004-05-31 12:17:56 GMT

Capturing Beauty

by Jon Presco

Copyright 2004

The Rougemont name is linked with several Knight Templars who onceowned the Shroud of Turin, and the first King and Queens of the
Kingdom of Jerusalem known as the Otremer. Stephanie de Milly was thedaughter of Philip de Milly, a Knights Templar. The de Milly family
were the Lords of Boissy who were kin to the Broase family who gave
poperty to the Templars. Thibaut de Rougemont was a Lord of Boissy.
The name Charnay is presently associated with the new Order of Saint
George de Rougemont. Geoffry de Charnay, Knight Templar, was recieved
into the Order by Amaury de la Roche, a friend of Saint Louis.
Geoffry wrote the difinitive book on Chivalry. The Holy Shroud was
the property of the Count ‘of the Rock’ (Castle de la Roche) a “high
templar place”. Philippe de la Roche, married, Jeanne de Rougemont,
their son, Guy de la Rochefoucauld married Jean Mortimer. The son of
Jeanne de Rougemont, Jean le Boutillier (Knight) de Senlis, married
Marguerite de Milly. The Senlis name is intersting as Rollo married
Poppa whose father was Hubert Count of Senlis. Rollo was a good
friend of William of Aquataine, who married Rollo’s daughter. William
was a renouned troubador, and the grandfather of Eleanor of Aquataine
who went on Crusade with two hundred Noble Ladies dressed on costume
armour, she the Queen of the Amazons. This is key, as King Henry is
said to have married Rosamond Clifford who can trace her ancestry
directly to Rollo, Rosamond naming her son after Rollo’s son, William
Longsword. For this reason I am now entertaining a theory that the
King of England was trying to secure the Kingdom of Burgundy that had
been sub-divided by many rulers. Henry designed the ‘Lions Rampant’,
the three lions representing Aquataine, Toulouse, and Rollo; but, is
the lion of Rollo representative of Burgundy, that was allied to
England at the time Joan of Arc fought against the English invasion,
she taken captive by the Duke of Burgundy and handed over for trial?

That the Dauphin King granted Jean and her brother titles to the
towns of Rougemont and L’Isle, found miles from each other in the
Franche-Comte, only adds to the intrigue, the Gordian Knot that the
history and Genealogies of those Nobles, Knights, and Kings did tie,
this knot defying many genealogists. I can only show how the
Rougemont name is connected, the explination as to how, and why they
came to own Templar secrets, and found Neo-Templar Orders, still to
be understood. That Chambrun d’Uxeloup de Rosemont, who bought Arginy
castle, is descended from Philippe le Beau the son of Maxmillian von
Hambsburg, suggests the Grail bloodline had come down to the
Rougemonts, thus only they could approach the secrets hidden at

One key is provided by Paul the Deacon who says it was at the elm at
Gisors where the Kings of the Franks met with the descendents of
Rollo to reninforce the bond and truce the Merovingians made with
Rollo when he invaded France, he titled the ‘Father of Normandy’ the
land that was granted to him if he fought back the other Saxon
invaders from Sweden who were coming after his conquest. Paul the
Deacon said the Templars wore a green pattee, which is the color of
cross the Order of Lazarus wore. The Templars were split in twain
over the engagement of Richard the Lion Hearted to Princess Alice,
the elm at Gisors a place where weddings took place?

Robert 1 “Old Burgundy” ruled Burgundy, he the son of Rolph, the son
of Rollo. Gilbert Chalon was the Duke of Burgundy, his son, Berenger
of Bayeux de Senlis. Beranrd de Chalon married Marie de Rougemont,
and had a son, Thibaut de Chalon. Jean de Chalon was a ‘Prince of
Orange’. The Chateau de Chalon/Arley one of the first Castles built
in Burgundy, and was the home of the Princesses of Orange. Sergeant
Rosamond, the progenitor of the Rosamond family in America, rode
alongside Willian d’Orange. His ancestor, Philibert ‘Prince of
Orange’ was the Lord of Rougemont.

The Lords of Joinville became connected with vassal countries, and in
1132 took to step ‘sut’, the powerful Lords of Rougemont. Otto de la
Roche had the Shroud of Turin, and passed it to son of Jean de
Charny/Charnay and Marguerite de Jounville, these names associated
with the Priory de Sion, and ‘Arcadia’. The Holy Grail is associated
with the Shroud, the Cathar, von Eschenbach, makes allusions to the
Shroud, and placed the Grail in Munsalvaesche, a name denoting a
mountainous region of safety, very much like the Languedoc in

The Knights of St. George de Rougemont was created in 1390 by
Philibert d’Mollans, and Jehan d’Andelot who resided in Rougemont
where the annual chapter was held. Saint George is the patron Saint
of Knights. His banner of a red cross on a field of white is the base
of the Brittish flag, and is associated with the red pattee of the
Knights Templar. Saint George is honored by the Knights of the Garter
who trace their origin to the Knights of the Round Table. As a
coincidence, L’isle de Rougemont, of the Rougemont castle in Britiain
was one of the co-founders of the Knights of the Garter, whose early
records were destroyed. Is there a connection? One must also wonder
about the entitlements Joan of Arc and her brother recieved from the
King of France, they enobled and given the names Rougemont and
L’isle, which happen to be near each other in the Franche-Comte, an
area that was contested over by the Burgundians, England, and the
Germans, which is in keeping with the history of Joan, rather then
the area where she is said to have been born. Joan was given the name
the ‘Lilly of France’ after the town L’isle, a banner made for her
full of lillys.

* * *

When Fair Rosamond’s remains were exhumed, like the body of
Rosenkrantz, she showed no corruption or decay. In Wolfram von
Eschenbach’s ‘Parzival’, there is mentioned a ‘Stone from the Stars’
that when gazed upon keeps one from dying, it also associated with a
family whose remains were impervious to corruption. It is suggested
this Stone if the ‘Grail’.

Rosamond’s lover/husband, King Henry fitzempress, was anxious to show
where lay the remains of King Arthur just before his death. A giant
of a man was exhumed with long shin bones. Rollo’s ancestors were
known for their long legs, Rollo the ancestor of both Rosamond and
Henry, he descended from three Roman Emperors. Henry’s mother was the
Empress of the Holy Roman Empire. Perchance did Perzival’s Grail
Castle belong to Pontius Pilate who would surely seek high and low
for any comet that fell to earth – especially if King Herod responded
to it as an object of portence. Herod’s son died after seeing an owl
just before he was to be crowned a Sun-king, the new Apollo. This is
more evidence the Jews believed in Augury and Auspices, the Herodians
surely coming in contact with Augury when they were raised in Rome.

The first autopsey performed in New France/Arcadia/Canada, was the
examination of the corpse of Philippe de Rougemont who died on one of
Cartier’s expidition.
The first marriage and birth recorded in New France, came about when
Marguerite de la Rocque was marooned on a island in the Saint
Lawrence river by her relative, because she was carrying on a
shipboard romance! Apparently he married them before setting the
couple ashore for an extended honeymoon. The baby she born in the
wilderness, died, along with the father. Marguerite was the lone

The name Rocque is the same as Roche, meaning a “rock” a castle built
upon a rock. A rock is associated with Sion, and the building of a
Temple there upon. Jesus said he would build his Church upon the
rock, meaning Peter. But, the Church is built upon Paul. Was Jesus
referring to “the stone from heaven” also known as the Holy Grail?

The Templars fled their port of ROCHElle to New France. The Roche
family is also the Rochefoucauld family, this the surname of Aimery,
a Knight Templar in charge of the Templars in Paris. This is also the
family that Queen Eleanor descends from, her daughter commissioning
the first Grail Romance to be written.

The kin who marooned Marguerite, is kin to the Roche family. Marquis
de la Roche set sail for Canada with a document giving him exclusive
rights to the fur trade, he establsihing a small colony on sable
Island. Is the Rocque name the same as Rocquemaure. Maxine d’Uxeloup
de Rougemont claims she is descended from an order of ancient

In 1541 Cartier led his third and last expidition to New France, up
the Saint Lawrence where he established his headquarters at Cap-
Rouge. He was followed by Jean Francis de la Rocque, who may have had
other interests in getting rid of his cousin and her husband.

I suspect the Templars were also ancient mariners after the
Argonaughts, they perhaps the Hugenots? Ogmios-Hercules was aboard
the Argo Navis with Jason, this ship called by the Romans ‘The Pirate

One of the researchers of the Rougemont/Rosemond name said that
Erhart de Rougemont purchased a house called Rebeuten-Zunft in Basle.
This is curious as Zun Rebeuten is a Guild in Basle. In 1411,
Frederick of Austria granted the Shaufhauser craftsman and dealers
the right to form Guilds. These Guilds would shape the politics of
Switzerland for centuries to come, and involve its most established
citizens. One of these illustrious members appears to be Rudolph
Erlach who lived in Castle Erlach on Biel Lake in the Canton of
Berne, a name that means “bear”. Berne is the said home of Wolf
Dietric von Berne of the ‘Ring’ legend, he better known
as ‘Theordoric the Great’. Supposedly Berne was named after the first
animal the founder of Berne, Bertold von Zahringen, killed. The civic
arms of Berne depicts a bear, and the arms of the town of Erlach
depicts the arm of a bear grasping an elder tree which says Erlach
came into possession of Berne, which was built on the site of one of
the oldest Christian churches in Europe dating to the first century.
This is very interesting as Pontius Pilate, who is revered as a Saint
in the Eastern Church, was said to have retired to a lake in
Switerzerland. In the Castle museum, on display, is a large net for
catching wolves, and a picture of the Guild of Rebleuten which today
depicts a wolf wieliding a Reubet, which is a curved knife for
harvesting grapes. There are vinyards near Castle Erlach given the
name Rebleuten. The name Erlach is also, Urlich, and in this name
many mysteries can be solved. I just recieved a small history of the
Rougemont/Rosemond family, and here are my notes:

“James (Jacque/Jacob) Rosemond was born in Basle January 1, 1654, he
the son of Urlich Rosemond was born in 1623, he the father of Erhart.
Before Basle the family resided in Holland and it is said they are
descended from the estate of Rosemont, near Belfort, in France, where
also the villiage of Rougemont is found. A letter from Erasmus to
Gottchalk Rosemondt (note the d) with a seal bearing a jumping fox
like the one he noticed on the wall of the house Rebleuten-Zunft in
Basle. Gotschalk Rosemont was a correspondent of the clebrated
Erasmus (1466-1536) the Dutch scholar and theologin, and the two
studied togather about 1483 at Bois le Duc at Louvan Belgium. A lodge
of Orangemen regularly met in the house of the former in Lietrum,
Rougemont parish in the Department of Doubs, and as a part of what
was known as Sundgau. A coat of arms related to the crusades and the
weaver cross was worn on the sholder by some crusaders. Rosamond
villiage is said to have been at one time embraced in the Neufchatel
which was a principality of William 3 ‘Prince of Orange’ which
suggests why this James should be disposed to attache himself to the
forces of William.”

It goes much deeper then that, as Rudolph Lord of Erlach “could boast
a glorious part in a dynasty of high ranking officials under the
Counts of Nidau”. The castle of Nidau was inhabitted by the Counts
and Lords of Neufchatel, who were the Ferrette/Pfirt family who also
inhabitted Castle de Rougemont. This is the House of De Bar where
there exist a liniage of Knights named Ulrich and Rudolph holding the
title ‘Chevalier De Berne’. These may be Knights Templars who are
associated with the ‘Orange Oder’ that is surely the society where
members of the Rougemont family met in “Department of Doubs, and as a
part of what was known as the Sundgau.” The Ulrich names are found
here, the ‘Orange Order’ promoting the Protestant cause of William of
Orange who in other pages I show is related to the de Rougemonts.
William is said to have created a Order of Bankers which included the
Rothchilds. I have found the Rougemont name connected with the
Rothchilds in regards to the French Revolution and the Paris Stock
Exchange. The Napolean family married important banking families,
there a Du Temple de Rougemont family related to Napolean’s brother.

What is intriguing is the idea that we may be looking at a family who
are kin to King Arhtur who was named after the bear constillation,
Arturus. Rene D’Anjou Duc de Bar is said to be kin to Arthur. King
Henry the second showed the resting place of Arthur and Guenivere on
his death bead. Henry fought an intriguing battle for Castle
Neufchatel employing the Knights Templars, this causing a split in
the Temple Order and the Kingdom of France. Joan Clifford may be from
Castle Rougemont that was owned by the Pfirt family who were the Ducs
D’Bar from where Jean of Arc and her brother hail, he given the name
de Rougemont when he was enobled by the Dolphin King. Fair also
means “white” as in Switzerland, and thus it was while at Castle
Rougemont, a young Henry met the love of his life?

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