Monthly Archives: February 2013

“Shane! Come back!”

In 1986, Victoria Arnold returned from Sweet Home Oregon after seeing her nephew, Shane, for the first time, only to learn her father, Lt. Colonel Brian C. Arnold, had died. When we buried the Colonel, Vicky took me over to … Continue reading

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IRS Busts Peter Max

How many people took illegal tax write-offs with Rosamond’s images? When people go to extraordinary lengths to control information, they more than likely are doing something illegal. Peter Max’s images were hot around the same time as Rosamond’s posters. They … Continue reading

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Bill and Nancy

When Bill got out of Juvy, he showed me the letters our friend Nancy Van Brasch had sent him while he was a prisoner for eighteen months. They were very deep, and tragic. Like myself, Nancy is begging Bill not … Continue reading

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Double-Crossing

Above is a photo of my dear friend Bill Arnold who died in 1964. He was hit by a trian. Below Bill is Cristine’s painting ‘The Crossing’. I watched the show on Women’s liberation last night on PBS. Fans of … Continue reading

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Allow Seers to Search the Sky

A week ago I discussed my prophecy with Chris Wandel about a comet doing damage, she saying I was loud and clear two weeks ago about what I saw coming. I told her of my dream about the Oakland fire, … Continue reading

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Here is the Holy Grail

Yesterday the Pope signed a new law that would allow the election of a new Pope to take place earlier. The Italian press is saying Ratzinger is in a awful hurry not to be the Pope because there is a … Continue reading

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What Became of Rosamond’s Biography?

Weeks after my beloved sister drowned, Vicki Presco is showing me a copy of the autobiography Christine Rosamond Benton was working on when she had a mysterious accident. It began with Rosamond telling the world that everyone thought I would … Continue reading

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