Throwing Jon Off a Cliff

I just looked at a video on my camera that I need help putting on Youtube. In the two videos you have seen, Bill Cornwell is quite upset with me. This is because I stand between him and his dream, which is to have my daughter and my grandson all to himself. Bill knew there was going to be a showdown when we met. So did Heather – who did not warn me! If she did, I and my sister would not have footed the bill with money from the Rice Trust. We would have called off the family reunion and had it at a different time – without Bill!

In this third video we three are looking at several people standing out on a point about three hundred yards away with no railing. Bill says;

“I’m not going out there!”

“Those are bad people!” I say for the sake of Tyler.

“They’re asking for it!” says Bill.

On the way back to our car we pass three children pushing their grandfather up the grade to the rim. Bill says;

“How would you like to be doing that the rest of your life, Tyler?”

A hundred yards further, Bill tried to lead us out to the point where the bad people are – with no railing! My angel sounds an alarm.

“I’m getting tired, Bill. Let’s take the car! Better yet, let’s call it a day and head home.”

Bill give me a dirty look. Is this where I ruined his day, threw a monkey wrench in his scheme? Bill knew I had made Heather my heir. They both need money because these are party animals who drink like the rich folks of Sonoma. Bill has no children. Why? Is his Seed – bad? If so, he must be in a rage that parasites like me can sire a family, while the righteous one is – all dried up!

If I would have just died of a heart attack trying to keep up? I mean, aren’t I and my fellow parasites “asking for it”?

Heather told me Bill refuses to do anything for his disabled mother bound in a wheelchair. If Bill wishes his own mother would drop dead, surely he would have no problem giving me a little shove.

Why did Bill rush ahead leaving me far behind? Was he looking for a choice spot – with no railing! After all, I weigh 260 pounds. I mean, Romeny says he will cut off life support for all the disabled and hunngry – who are asking for it!

Jon the Go-el Redeemer

Soon, I will be pitching my tent on the grounds of the Eugene Post Office – after I send the United States Government (and my local government if need be) thirty coins to pay the debt the false evangelical Republican prophets put We The People in. We paid the dues for the Post Offices every time we bought a stamp. The Constitution says We will build post offices – and roads to the post office! The road to the Eugene Post Office begins in Nebraska where my kinsfolk, John Fremont, left to blaze the Oregon Trail so that Americans could come live in the Emerald Valley, and take on the British who wanted to make Oregon a colony of the Crown.

My kinsman, Senator Thomas Hart Benton, was the proprietor of the Oregon Territory. His daughter, Jessie Benton, married Fremont. Benton is the grandfather of the muralist, Thomas Hart Benton. My kindred, Garth Benton married my famous artistic sister, and is a muralist of renown kin to Thomas. There are murals inside the Eugene Post office that are rendered in the Benton style. These murals are kin to rock and cave paintings of the indigenous people of America, and are a part of of OUR Heritage – that I claim as the Go-el Redeemer of my families historic and creative history! The Vincent Rice Family Trust will redeem this land of our ancestors. I bid others to come forth and redeem the Post Office in your town.

After pitching my tent on this Sacred Ground, I will practice my religion by giving Biblical Lessons on the real Jesus who came to pay the debt of his ancestors, Ruth and Boaz, who owned the threshing floor upon which the temple of Solomon was built. I will prove, that the true prophet named Jesus, under God’s Laws, came to own the temple, and, with whip in hand, drove out the money lenders who put God’s Children in the bonds of slavery. Fremont was a Aboltionist canidate who co-founded the Republican party. This is why I regiestered as a Republican three years ago. Get out of my insfolk party ye false prophets! Get out!

Proof that Jesus did this, lies in the story of the Woman at the Well. Only I, with the guidance of God, have figured out why this woman calls Jesus a great prophet, who has come to restore the Jubilee, because he is God’s kinsfolk Redeemer – and he knows the laws of the widow taking a husband that go with the rules of Redeemer. This woman was the wife of brothers who died without baring children. Were they crucified? Jesus dies on the cross without baring children, and puts his mother in the care of his disciple – who is his kidred! However, this could be proof Jesus was married.

This is very complex, and needs to be studied on the grounds of the Post Office because this is a Public Place where our Founding Fathers bid We the People come and share our ideas – by posting them to our elected leaders. Religious ideas were freely sent in the mail since 1776. for this reason every Republican leader should do all they can to remove the Debt Burden they imposed to bring ruin to the Post Office so their billionaire friends cand PURCHASE what belongs – TO ALL OF US! Put up, or shut up – ye false prophets! You speak a good game of God, but what spew out your mouth is hatred for half the people in America – especially the poor widow and hungry children.

I will also be sending the United Nations thirty coins for the purchase of the temple mount so it will be a forum unto all prophets of all religions! God can stand the questioning!

Jon Presco ‘The Goel Redeemer’

Copyright 2012

Cassius Clay, better known as Mohammed Ali, may have gotten his name from U.S. diplomat Cassius M. Clay who is in the Breckenridge family tree. Mohammed was the most famous black man in America, and the world, until Barak Obama was elected President. Mohammed was famous for his religious convictions that gave him the courage to resist the draft. He knew he would lose everything if he did. They took his titles away.
Below you will find famous leaders of the Confederacy who committed Treason when they took up arms and fired upon Federal Troops, killing them. These kinsfolk started the Civil War that resulted in the death of hundreds of thousands of Americans – at a cost of millions!
False ministers of Jesus are taking us down that divisive road again. They utter seditious words just to get votes from their stupid religious voting slaves they hoard and nurture, they fattening them up with gobs of hatred – and stupidity!
I am kin to the Breckenride-Preston family via my niece Drew Benton, via the McDowells who married a Benton.
“Desha Breckinridge (1867–1935), editor and publisher of the Lexington Herald. Married Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, great-granddaughter of Henry Clay in 1898. Son of W.C.P. Breckinridge. Brother of Sophonisba Breckinridge.
Last week I met Drew Benton and her aunt, Vicki Presco on Everquest, I just beggining to live the fantasy as Wolferose. This is the Real Deal, the Real Quest!
Jon Presco
Breckinridge family
From Wikipedia
The Breckinridge family is a family of public figures from the United States. The family has included six members of the United States House of Representatives, two United States Senators, a cabinet member, two Ambassadors, a Vice President of United States and an unsuccessful Presidential candidate. Breckinridges have served as college presidents, prominent ministers, soldiers, theologians and in important positions at state and local levels. The family was most notable in the State of Kentucky and most prominent during the 19th century, during nearly one-third of which a member of the family served in the Congress of the United States. Below is a list of members.
Alexander Breckenridge (1686–1743), First Breckenridge in New World, emigrated to Philadelphia PA c. 1728. Married to Jane Preston in 1695 in County Londonderry, Ireland. She was sister of Robert Preston, first Speaker of Kentucky State House of Representatives .

John Witherspoon and his family were at one time the most educated in America. John was the President of Princeton. His daughter Ann married married Reverend Samuel Stanhope Smith who became the President of Princeton after John.
The Child of Ann Witherspoon and Reverend Samuel Stanhope Smith, Mary Stanhope Clay married Hon. Joseph Cabell Breckinridge was born on 24 July 1788 at Albemarle County, Virginia, U.S.A..2 He was the son of Hon. John Breckinridge and Mary Hopkins Cabell.1,2 He married Mary Stanhope Clay Smith, daughter of Reverend Samuel Stanhope Smith and Ann Witherspoon, on 11 May 1811. He died on 1 September 1823 at age 35 at Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky, U.S.A., from an epidemic.2
John’s daughter, Frances Withersppon, married David Ramsay the foremost American Historian of his age. These folks are in the Peerage, and their family tree is the foremost in American history. I am in this tree via the Bentons. These peoplewere highly educated in a wide range of subjects. They made America great. This family were Americans Bankers.
Jon Presco
 John Witherspoon Breckinridge was born on 22 December 1850 at Kentucky, U.S.A..3 He was the son of General John Cabell Breckinridge and Mary Cyrene Burch.2,3 He married, firstly, Florence Louise Tevis, daughter of Lloyd Tevis and Susan Gano Sanders.3 He and Florence Louise Tevis were divorced before 1881.3,4 He married, secondly, Harriett Turner, daughter of W. C. Turner, after 1881.3 He died on 9 May 1892 at age 41 at Merced County, California, U.S.A..3 He was buried at Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, U.S.A..3
      John Witherspoon Breckinridge also went by the nick-name of Owen.4 He held the office of Member of the California State Assembly between 1884 and 1885.5,4 He lived between 1884 and 1885 at Merced County, California, U.S.A..4 He lived at San Francisco, California, U.S.A..1
Children of John Witherspoon Breckinridge and Florence Louise Tevis
Lloyd Tevis Breckinridge3 b. 1878, d. 1901
John Cabell Breckinridge+3 b. 1879, d. a Mar 1914
Florence Louise Breckinridge+1 b. Nov 1881, d. 4 Mar 1956
A son-in-law was Congressman David Ramsay, who married Frances Witherspoon on 18 March 1783. Another daughter, Ann, married Samuel Stanhope Smith, who succeeded Witherspoon as president of Princeton in 1795.

I have been asking folks why there was an attempt to throw Jesus off a cliff. There are three possible answers:
1. He was recognized as the Scapegoat worthy of human sacrifice.
2. He had promised to restore the Jubilee in the place of his birth and evict the false landlords from the property of his kinfolk who had become indentured slaves.
3. He promises to save the Gentiles and not the Jews.
“No prophet is accepted in his hometown… There were many in Israel with leprosy in the time of Elisha the prophet, yet only one of them was cleansed-only Naaman the Syrian”. (Luke 4:24, 27).
In looking at the genealogy of my kindred, the Rougemonts, I discovered they were Knights Templar who owned the shroud of Turin. Eight years ago I found an article that said Rougemont Castle was bought by a consortium of un-named men. The Templars were alleged prophets – and bankers. I suspect Rougemont Castle was bought by world bankers who made Rougemont a capital of offshore banking.
There has been several attempt to throw my revelations off a cliff.
Jon Presco
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by Chuck Missler

And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. – Luke 2:8
The book of Ruth, a traditional reading at harvest time during the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot), is a book of only four brief chapters that is both a classic love story and also an essential book of prophecy. One cannot understand Revelation Chapter 5 without it. It even has implications for our Christmas season, which is one of the reasons for providing a précis in this issue.
The family of Elimelech, due to a local famine, leaves its home in Bethlehem and immigrates to Moab. The two sons marry local girls, but the father and the two sons subsequently pass away, leaving his wife, Naomi, and her two daughters-in-laws destitute. Hearing that things are now better back home, Naomi decides to return to her native Bethlehem. She urges the two young girls to remain in their homeland and begin new lives, but Ruth refuses and insists on accompanying Naomi.1
The Law of Gleaning
One of the values of this book is to highlight the operation of the laws of ancient Israel. As a landowner, you were permitted to reap on one pass only: what was missed, or left behind, was available to be “gleaned” by the widows or the destitute.2
Naomi and Ruth are, of course, in that situation, and Ruth, in her support of the household, goes out to glean after the reapers and “happens”3 onto the field of Boaz, one of the wealthy landowners and the hero of our story. Boaz arranges for his reapers to drop “handfuls on purpose” to assure Ruth an abundant gathering. When Noami learns of Ruth’s good fortune, she is especially delighted since it turns out that Boaz is a kinsman of the family, and that leads to the opportunity that is the crux of the tale.
To properly understand what follows, it is necessary to be familiar with several other laws operative from the Torah.
The Law of Redemption
When property is sold in our culture, title is usually passed “in fee simple,” in perpetuity to the buyer. However, Israel’s land was granted, in the days of Joshua, to the tribes to be retained within the family. (That’s one of the reasons genealogies were so important.)
When someone “sold” a property—to pay debts, or whatever—the transaction was what we would view as a lease: there were provisions for the land to eventually return to the family.4 A “title deed” included the terms that a kinsman of the family could perform to “redeem” the property to the family.5
The Law of Levirate Marriage
There was also an unusual procedure to assure the continuation of a family in the event of the death of a husband without issue. If a widow had no son, she could request the next of kin to take her and raise children to continue the family bloodline.6
It is from this background that we understand Naomi’s opportunity in Ruth Chapter 3. She realizes that Boaz is a kinsman; therefore, there was an opportunity to regain the family properties lost by her deceased husband 10 years earlier and also a chance for Ruth to have a new life. Naomi instructs Ruth on how to proceed.
The Threshing Floor
The harvest included winnowing the wheat at a “threshing floor,” a parcel of ground where there was a prevailing wind. The grain was tossed into the air and the grain would fall downwind a small distance; the chaff, being lighter, would be carried further downwind. When done properly, two piles would result: the furthest would be burned as trash; the closer one would be bagged for the marketplace.
The harvest was, of course, also a time for celebration, and the evenings were accompanied by festivities for having made payroll another season, etc. After the celebration, the owners typically would sleep near the grain to preclude theft. Ruth is instructed by Naomi to approach Boaz privately at the threshing floor. What follows is widely misunderstood by the uninitiated reader.
The Request
Ruth approaches Boaz while he is sleeping and requests him to “spread his skirt over her as he is a near kinsman.” This is not the kind of proposition many people assume it to be.
The shul (“skirt”), or hem, was the emblem of rank or authority in Israel, much like the stripes on the sleeve of a naval officer or airline pilot in our culture. (This insight is essential to really understand David’s cutting Saul’s hem,7 or why the woman with the issue of blood touched Christ’s hem,8 etc.)
Ruth was asking Boaz to put the authority of his house over her. She is invoking her right under the laws of Israel for him to take her to wife. Boaz was delighted to accommodate her, but there remained an obstacle to be overcome.
A Nearer Kinsman?
It seems that there is a nearer kinsman who would have to first step aside for Boaz to assume his role. This is a cloud over the otherwise joyous proceedings. Boaz takes on the task of confronting this nearer kinsman, in front of the city council, to force the issue.
When a widow requested the next of kin to perform the role of the goel, or kinsman-redeemer, he wasn’t forced to. In fact, there were three conditions to be met:
1. He had to be qualified as a kinsman;
2. He had to be able to perform;
3. He had to be willing.
There were two issues at stake: the redeeming of the land for Naomi and the taking of Ruth to wife. As far as the land is concerned, the man appears to be willing. But for some undisclosed reason, he is unable to perform where Ruth is concerned. That clears the way for our hero, Boaz, to fulfill his role as the goel.
The giving of the shoe needs an explanation. If the nearer kinsman declined the responsibility, he would have to yield one of his shoes and could also suffer the indignity of being spit upon. When he declined, he performed the traditional gesture by yielding his shoe to Boaz. The shoe was intended to be a symbol of disgrace, but to Boaz it was a marriage license!
(It may seem remarkable that Boaz, a wealthy Jew, would take a Gentile to wife. Remember who his mother was: Rahab, the harlot of Jericho.9 Both Rahab and Ruth are in Christ’s genealogy.10)
A Closer Look
This elegant love story is a classic in literature, and it also gives us some interesting insights into the life of ancient Israel.
But if we look more closely, we will discover that it is much more than that. The plan of God appears to be hidden among its colorful symbols and roles. The Bible frequently deals in symbols, models, or “types.”11 As we examine the role of Boaz as the goel, or kinsman-redeemer, we can easily see how he, in some ways, pre-figures our own kinsman-redeemer, Jesus Christ. Through his act of redemption, Boaz returns Naomi (Israel) to her land, and also takes Ruth (a Gentile) as his bride. This suggests a parallel with the Church as the Gentile bride of Christ.
The parallels between Boaz, Naomi, and Ruth with Christ, Israel, and the Church have been widely recognized, and it is remarkable to notice how many additional details of the story are consistent with this viewpoint.
The Unnamed Servant
Who first introduces Boaz to Ruth? An unnamed servant.12 This is suggestive of the role of the Holy Spirit, and it is interesting that in every example that the Holy Spirit is viewed in such a role, He is always the “unnamed servant.” In Genesis 24, Abraham, as the Father, sent his “eldest servant” to gather a bride for his son Isaac. This unnamed servant seems to be mentioned elsewhere13 as Eliezer, which means “Comforter.” Why does the Holy Spirit always appear as the unnamed servant? Because Jesus said “He would never testify of Himself.”14
It is interesting that, no matter how much Boaz wanted Ruth, as a gentleman there was nothing he could do until she declared herself. It was her move. No matter how much Jesus loves us, He awaits our response. How about you? Have you asked your Goel to do His “kinsman-redeemer” part for you?
The Nearer Kinsman
What does the “nearer kinsman” symbolize? Most scholars view him as the Law. What the Law could not do, Jesus has already done for us. It is also significant that at the confrontation with the “nearer kinsman,” it was Ruth’s position to confront the nearer kinsman; however, Boaz stood in Ruth’s place and took the entire burden upon himself.
This Christmas season we will, of course, think of those shepherds who were visited by the angels announcing the birth of the Son of David in Bethlehem. It is interesting to reflect on the possibility that these shepherds were tending their flocks in the very fields that had belonged to Boaz and Ruth so long before.
We note that this love story climaxes with Boaz “purchasing” his (Gentile) bride.15 Jesus also has purchased us: it was with His blood on a wooden cross two thousand years ago. May His richest blessings attend you and yours during this special holiday season!
Appendix: The Strange Toast
As they celebrated the wedding of Ruth and Boaz at the end of Ruth Chapter 4, we encounter a rather strange remark in verse 12: “May your house be like Perez…” If you understand the sordid tale of Judah and Tamar,16 which leads to the illegitimate birth of Perez, you might be inclined to think, “Same to you, fella!” What kind of a “toast” or blessing is that?
To understand what lies behind this unusual prophecy, we need to remember that in the case of an illegitimate son, there could be no inheritance for ten generations.17 Appended to the Book of Ruth is the genealogy from Perez, and ten generations leads us to David, anointed King over Israel!
When Israel clamored for a king and Samuel anointed Saul,18 we often get the impression that David was an “afterthought” when Saul didn’t work out. Not so. Here, as early as the time of the Judges, is a prophecy that David was God’s destined choice for King. Perhaps that is why Samuel had to go to the tribe of Benjamin, rather than the royal tribe of Judah19 for his selection: the curse on Perez’s line hadn’t run out yet.

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This article is about the Jewish legal institution. For the Indian community, see Goel (India).
Goel (go’el) is a Hebrew term which comes from the word gal’al (“to redeem”), hence meaning “redeemer”, which in the Bible and the rabbinical tradition denotes a person who as the nearest relative of another is charged with the duty of restoring the rights of another and avenging his wrongs. In the Authorized King James Bible, it is rendered “kinsman”, “redeemer”, and “avenger”.
In the book of Isaiah God is called the redeemer of Israel, as he redeems his people from captivity; the context shows that the redemption also involves moving on to something greater. In Christianity, the title goel is applied to Christ, who redeems us from all evil by the payment of a ransom.

1 Duties of the goel
2 See also
3 References
4 External links
[edit] Duties of the goel
The obligations of the goel include the duty to redeem the relative from slavery, if the latter had been obliged to sell himself into serfdom (Leviticus 25: 48-49); to repurchase the property of a relative who had had to sell it because of poverty; to avenge the blood of his relative; to marry his brother’s widow in order to have a son for his brother, in case the brother had not got any son to pass his name forth (Deuteronomy 25:5-6); and to receive the restitution if the injured relative had died (Numbers 5:8).
Numbers 35:9-30 regulates the duties of the goel. The congregation has to judge the case before it puts a murderer in the hands of a goel. More than one witness is needed for conviction. In case of accidental manslaughter, the slayer can save his life by fleeing to a “city of refuge” and staying there for the term of the high priest (who is appointed for his lifetime). Ransom is not accepted for murder. Revenge cannot be taken on the offender’s children or parents (Deuteronomy 24:16). Leviticus 25:48-49 gives the order in which the nearest relative is considered the goel in the case of redeeming a slave: brother, uncle, male cousin and then other relatives. The same order was probably observed in the other cases, except in marrying a sister-in-law.
Jewish tradition has also ascribed to the blood avenger the role performed in modern times by a prosecuting attorney, who thus pleads on behalf of the victim the case against the criminal. Thus, he is responsible for bringing the offender to court, finding evidence against him, presenting the case to the court, and collecting damages from the offender. It is also his task to argue against any attempts to pardon the sinner.[1]

Yibbum (pronounced “yee-boom”), or levirate marriage, in Judaism, is one of the most complex types of marriages mandated by Torah law (Deuteronomy 25:5-10) by which, according to the law, the brother of a man who died without children has an obligation to marry the widow. However, if either of the parties refuses to go through with the marriage, both are required to go through a ceremony known as halizah, involving a symbolic act of renunciation of their right to perform this marriage. Jewish law (halakha) has seen a gradual decline of yibbum in favor of halizah, to the point where in most contemporary Jewish communities the former is strongly discouraged.
The concept of yibbum is not unique to Judaism. Known as levirate marriage (when the marriage is to the deceased’s brother) or widow inheritance (when it is to any surviving male relative), it has been practiced by other societies with a strong clan structure. It is or was known in societies including the Punjabis, Jats, Huns (Chinese “Xiongnu”, “Hsiong-nu”, etc.), Mongols, and Tibetans.

Another example of an analogous arrangement to yibbum is recounted in the Book of Ruth. After the death of her husband, Ruth is noticed and welcomed by her husband’s kinsman, Boaz. After Ruth is rejected by an anonymous Ploni Almoni who performs halizah, Boaz marries her. In this case as well, the kin in question would not have been subject to the biblical levirate marriage obligation, as neither Ploni Almoni nor Boaz were brothers of Ruth’s late husband.
[edit] Laws of yibbum and halizah
Halakha (Jewish law) has a rich tradition around yibbum. These laws were first recorded in the Mishna and Talmud in Yevamot, and were later codified by Maimonides in the Mishneh Torah. The subject is considered one of the most intricate in Jewish law, partly because of the complication that arise from multiple brothers and multiple wives.

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1 Response to Throwing Jon Off a Cliff

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    Bill Cornwell could not sire a child, and this made his father ‘The Tea Party Fanatic’ very unhappy. So, he came to Santa Rosa to meet my blue-eyed daughter AND MY GRANDSON. This is what Nazi-gramps dreamed of. There was a problem……I was alive and walking upon the earth. Heather and Bill had conspired to come up with a New Happy Ending. She knew Stacey was wanting to make a movie. Heather had done some acting.

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