Monthly Archives: October 2011

Chateau d’Andelot

t is believed construction was completed on Château d’Andelot around 1158 by the first Seigneur d’Andelot, Humbert III, grandson to Gueric who was Seigneur de Coligny and the Revermont. The Coligny family were descendants of Count MANASSES of Burgundy, the … Continue reading

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Saint George of Rougemont

APRIL 18th: ANNUAL ASSEMBLY IN ROUGEMONT The French delegation organized in coordination with the international chancelerie the annual assembly in the castle of Bournel, castle of the familly of the Marquis of Moustier. The Assembly of Knights visited the city of … Continue reading

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The Noble Brotherhood of Saint George of Rougemont

Origin (1390) The Noble Brotherhood of Saint George of Burgundy was created in 1390 by Phillibert de Mollans in Franche-Comte (Burgundy) to honor the relics of Saint-George that he had brought back from the Holy Land. Phillibert de Mollans was … Continue reading

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Can Our President Save American Economy?

Wall Street Gamblers, Bankers, and Privatizers, are working hard to make sure America – DEFAULTS – so they can take it over and make billions. These Pirates did this with American Businesses for years. Then they came after our homes. … Continue reading

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World Economy In Danger of Collapse

Christine Rosamond Benton would be sixty four years of age today if she had not drowned in 1994. Above is a photograph of my sister at a Getty residence in New York where Christine spent the night. Did she stay … Continue reading

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Swiss Banks Give Uncle Sam Names

Merry Christmas! “Swiss banks will probably settle a sweeping U.S. probe of offshore tax evasion by paying billions of dollars and handing over names of thousands of Americans who have secret accounts, according to two people familiar with the matter.” … Continue reading

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Meet Captain Victim’s Private Lender

Republicans have come to the rescue of Bankers, claiming demonstrators are victimizing them. I posted the following Feb. 27, 2010 when I conducted a war against bankers all by myself. Here is my voice and imgage. I ask about live-streamig, … Continue reading

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Bankers, Bohemians, and California Royalty

I wrote and posted the following in 2006. Two years later I formed the Bohemian Bank. Last week I talked to my remaining partner, Marilyn Reed, about being General Manager of the Rosamond Legacy. My niece, Drew Benton, is in … Continue reading

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Old Bullion vs. The Bank of United States

The Occupy Eugene Community should be trying to make history. Folks who make history and author history, rely on the history that went before them. The Occupy Eugene Leaders have sidelined my historic fight with Banks and Lenders because they … Continue reading

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Tax and Debt Rebellion

In my opinion the Occupy Eugene Community made a hasty retreat to Alton Baker Park. I tried to tell whomever that history was on their/our side, in regards to the murals in the Post Office. But, history is for old … Continue reading

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