Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Rose Templar Guilds

The Rose Templar Guilds delcare war on the Neo-Confederate Redneck Evangelical Trailer-trash who are the decayed Roman Slave Masters risen from the Dead South Red States of Satan! Jon the Nazarite

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Rougemont Templars of Trichatel

Trichatel and Til-Chatel, a Knights Templar place, is one and the same. Jon Presco Since this date, the name of the village east written according to the mood of the scribes and the language employed, Latin or French, Tylicastrum, Trichastel, … Continue reading

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Companions of Johanna de Rougemont

Jeanne/Johanna/John de Rougemont was one of four daughters born to Ulrich de Rougemont. She married Alber von Habsburg, and became the Queen Mother of European Royalty. Friedrich, Seigneur de Rougemont (Rotenberg)1 M, d. after 1267 Friedrich, Seigneur de Rougemont (Rotenberg)|d. … Continue reading

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The House of the Wolfings

Tolkien was influenced by William Morris’ The House of Wolfings’. Mirkwood could be Den Bosh. Morris was a member of the Pre-Raphelite Brotherhood, who may have been working on a Utopian Society. Consider the Swan Brotherhood, and Guilds of Basel … Continue reading

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The Rougemont-Rosemont Link

I found a genealogy that cautiously links the Rougemont with the Rosemont of Bois-De-Luc. With Lehamn Rosamond’s little book, this link can be made. When the Habsburgs came to rule Rougemont, they spelled in Roozmont. Roosmont in another spelling for … Continue reading

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Wolf House

The Rosemonts owned Wolf House in Holland that used to belong to the Dukes of Brambant. The Rosemont cote of arms depicts a dancing wolf, and owned wolf names. Jon Presco The Wolfswinkelse water mill were a water mill on … Continue reading

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Helen of Troy and the Swan Knight

Helen of Troy’s mother was Leda, who was raped by Zeus who took the form of a swan. Leonardo Da Vinci worships Helen, Our Sweet Lady, and uses Mona Lisa as his model. The Greeks held a poetry contest at … Continue reading

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