Monthly Archives: September 2011

Sunday Post Marks

The Public Market Place has been at the epicenter of our civilizations. I suggest a Sunday Flea Market be brought to all Post Offices, come Sunday, that have room for them. Some of our Post Offices are being sold to … Continue reading

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Trading Posts Make a Stand

The closing of our Post Offices is more of Margaret Thatcher’s crusade to Privatize America so British and American Bankers can play roulette with our tax money. Please join my yahoogroup and help make a statement and stand! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/trade_posts Jon … Continue reading

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Trading Posts

Last month my friend Hollis, and other homeless people, were evicted from the premises of Safeway market where they sat outside. Hollis is a Veteran, and part Cherokee. He is trying to get on the tribal rolls. Two days ago … Continue reading

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Saint Francis and the Perfect Master

Meher Baba had a home in the Ojai Valley where Mary Magdalene’s sister, Eutrophia, and her brother, Conrad Wiekeke, lived. Krishnamurti came here. Baba found the true cave of Saint Francis in Italy. Jon Presco http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~iatpg/Julien/MtCalvary/Mt.Calvary-StFrancisNunsOld.html On September 18, 1930, … Continue reading

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Mary Magdalene Wieneke Rosamond

I never met my mother’s father, Royal Rosamond, and was told I looked like him. My grandmother, Mary Magdalene Rosamond took a special interest in me. According to Rosemary Mary saw something special in me. For almost a year we … Continue reading

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Rosmary Rosamond Rides and Shoots

My mother, Rosemary, was born in Ventura, in 1926. She was the third daughter of four born to Mary Magdalene, and Royal Rosamond. Rosemary’s father was an author of three novels, and contributed to Out West and other early California … Continue reading

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Twas The Season For Figs

I watched a program on Herold the Great, the great builder of Judea. Where did he get the money for his massive projects? The Roman Emperor put Herod, the Edomite ( not a Jew) on the throne of David. I … Continue reading

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