Monthly Archives: February 2013

Parsifal and the Flower Maidens

When Heather told me MY family was dead, and bid me to sign a document where I could not write about HER family, a scene from the movie Excalibur came to mind, where Parsifal is hanging in a tree along … Continue reading

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Stalkers and Baby-Knappers

When Patrice authored that letter to me pretending to be my daughter, what she is doing is stalking my famous dead sister and her family. Christine Rosamond is the target when she was alive, and when she is dead. I … Continue reading

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A Letter From Satan

When I showed the first letter I got from my daughter to my good friend, Ed Corbin, he told me my daughter did not write this letter. Ed has authored a book about Eisenhower, had been an editor at Doubleday, … Continue reading

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Johannite Heresy

In 1990 I began my novel ‘The Lion of God’ where I depict John the Baptist as the true Messiah married to Mary Magdalene. Many theologians had concluded Jesus was an invention, and that Saint Paul corrupted this myth in … Continue reading

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My Rose Line In Court

Above is the painting of Godfrey de Bouillon by Claude Vigon that appeared in the book ‘Holy Blood, Holy Grail’. The authors of this book sued Dan Brown for copyright infringement, and lost. Above is a letter I sent Judge … Continue reading

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Forgiving Lillian Rosamond Molnar

When I came across aunt Lillian’s letter, I forgave her, and wanted her to be an immortal when it comes to my revelations about the Holy Grail. Here alas is an accurate and historic account of the family artists. Lillian … Continue reading

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Vic the Vicar

After I posted on the church of Victor, I turned on the news and heard the Vicar of Christ may have resigned because of a coming scandal. In 1990 I sent a forty page letter to my siblings warning them … Continue reading

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