The Vigilant Watcher on Rose Mountain






“The Crane in a coat of arms symbolizes Vigilance. The legend is that cranes lived on the banks of the Nile and were preyed upon by the Pygmies. To protect themselves at night, flocks of cranes would put one bird on watch duty, and that bird would hold a stone in its claws so as to be awaken should it fall asleep. The name of the stone, in French heraldry, is “vigilance” (vigilanza in Italian). The crane is presumed to be shown holding it, and it is named only if it is of a different tincture.”

This morning I searched for the first time I posted on the use of the image of rose followed by “mondt” to form the name Rosemondt, by, Godschalck Rosemondt. I am still searching. I believe I made this discovery in 2006, four years after I sent my daughter, Heather Hanson, the letter above. I asked her to come to Oregon so I can baptize her and give her the name ‘Heather Marie of Rose Mountain. I feared she would become an alcoholic and wanted her to take the Vow of the Nazarite. This is a prophetic letter that has ties to the Roza Mira prophecy. I believe I have been Heather’s Gruardian Angel when she was kept from me for sixteen years. I have been watching over her. I was the light around her since she was born.

There is strong evidence that John the Baptist bid Jesus (and all his followers) to take the Vow of the Nazarite. Jesus refuses vinegar on the cross. I believe Paul’s anti-Nazarite church invented the eucharist in order to break the vow of Nazarites and keep them away from his church that became the Catholic church.

I am the Good Shepherd, the Vigilant Watcher who watches over God’s Children, His flock. The Pope has failed to show spiritual courage when it comes to protecting chidren from the dark fathers. The Catholic church is dead. If you want to live forever, then I bid you to take the Nazarite Vow, and never ingest an alcoholic drink again.

The crane is the cote of arms for the Counts of Gruyere who owned Rougemont castle whose heraldry depicts a tower on a red mountain. Gru is French for “crane” that were Watchers. I have taken Tolkien’s Ring Trilogy, and made it real – which is what many folks wanted. I am the Angelic Lord of Rose Mountain. I have returned.

There is a labyrinth at Gruyere castle. Here is the opening words of Pan’s Labyrinth.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2013

“My brother, my brother. A long, long time ago in a grey, sad country, there was a rose that made whoever plucked it immortal. But no one would dare go near it because its thorns were full of mortal poison. So amongst the men tales of pain and death were told in hushed voices. But there was no talk of eternal life . . . because men fear pain more than they want immortality.

So every day the rose wilted, unable to bequeath its gift to anyone. Alone and forgotten at the top of that mountain. Forgotten until the end of time.”

Gregory is a masculine first name. It is derived from the Latin name “Gregorius”, which was from the late Greek name “Γρηγόριος” (Grēgorios) meaning “watchful, alert” (derived from Greek “γρήγoρεῖν” “grēgorein” meaning “to watch”).[1][clarification needed]

Through folk etymology, the name also became associated with Latin grex (stem greg–) meaning ‘flock’ or ‘herd’. This association with a shepherd who diligently guides his flock contributed to the name’s popularity among monks and popes.
There have been 16 popes with the name, starting with Pope Gregory I (Gregory the Great). It is the second-most popular name for pope, after John. Because of this background, it is also a very common name for saints. Although the name was uncommon in the early 20th century, after the popularity of the actor Gregory Peck it became one of the ten most common male names in the 1950s and has remained popular since.

Wachter Family History
Wachter Name Meaning
German (also Wächter) and Dutch: occupational name for a watchman, from Middle High German wachtære, wehtære, Middle Dutch wacht(e)re, German Wachter ‘watchman’, ‘guard’.Jewish (Ashkenazic): from German Wachter ‘watchman’,perhaps an occupational name by a synagogue beadle (Yiddish shames).

In the Hebrew Bible, a Nazirite or Nazarite, (in Hebrew: נזיר, nazir), refers to one who voluntarily took a vow described in Numbers 6:1–21. The proper noun “Nazarite” comes from the Hebrew word nazir meaning “consecrated” or “separated”.[1] This vow required the man or woman to:
Abstain from wine, wine vinegar, grapes, raisins, intoxicating liquors[2] and vinegar distilled from such substances.[3]*Refrain from eating or drinking any substance that contains any trace of grapes.

Matthew 27:48
King James Version (KJV)
48 And straightway one of them ran, and took a spunge, and filled it with vinegar, and put it on a reed, and gave him to drink.’s-labyrinth-rose-story-fairytale

Rosemondt, Godschalck: Confessionale. – 1519
Rosemondt, Godschalck: Confessionale. – 1559
Variant Names
Variant Names
Godscalcus, Rosemondius
Rosemondt, Godescalc
Rosemondt, Godschalk
Rosemondus, Godtscalcus
Rosemund, Godschalck

This James (or Jacob, for these names were once interchangeable) was
the son of Hans Ulrich Rosemond, born 1623, a weaver; who was a son
of Hans, a weaver, born 1581; who was a son of Fred Rosemond, born
1552, a weaver, member of town council and a local captain; who was
the son of another Hans whose date of birth is not known, but he
too, was a weaver and became a citizen of Basle in 1534. His father
was Erhart de Rougemont who bought in 1495 “the house called
Rebleuten-Zunft in Basle in the Freistrasse.’

Before I discuss the EE Rebleuten-Zunft guild, here is what may
constitute the Rosenmund Family Grail. It is found amongst the
treasure of the EE Gerber-Zunft

Our Guild Treasure

Our guild treasure consists of several articles which are taken out
again and again for different ceremonies. During the year these
articles are in the Obhut our historical museum which provides
maintain and of the following articles:

Small lionLarge lions
Coat of arms board Coat of arms book
Rosenmund cup
Master chainBanner
Coat of arms disk

Rosa (Baggins) Took: (2856–?) was an ancestor of both Merry and
Pippin. Rosa was the daughter of Ponto Baggins and Mimosa Bunce. She
had a younger brother, Polo. Her husband was Hildigrim Took, one of
the many sons of the Old Took.
Rosamunda (Took) Bolger:

Rose “Rosie” (Cotton) Gardner: (2984–61 F.A.). Daughter of Tolman
Cotton and Lily Brown and sister of Tolman (Tom), Wilcome (Jolly),
Bowman (Nick), and Carl (Nibs). Rosie was a long-time friend of
Samwise Gamgee, and they were married in 3020 when Sam returned home
after the War of the Ring. Sam and Rosie had thirteen children
(Elanor, Frodo, Rose, Merry, Pippin, Goldilocks, Hamfast, Daisy,
Primrose, Bilbo, Ruby, Robin, Tolman (Tom)). Many were named after
Sam and Rosie’s friends and relatives. Among them were Elanor the
Fair, Frodo Gardner, and Goldilocks. Rosie died in the year 61 of
the Fourth Age. Sam then left Middle-earth for the Undying Lands
later that year. ‘Cotton’ in Hobbitish is ‘Hlothran’. In the film
trilogy Rosie lives at 10 Bagshot Row and is played by Sarah McLeod.

“I think the simple ‘rustic’ love of Sam and his Rosie (nowhere
elaborated) is absolutely essential to the study of his (the chief
hero’s) character, and to the theme of the relation of ordinary life
(breathing, eating, working, begetting) and quests, sacrifice,
causes, and the ‘longing for Elves’, and sheer beauty.” – J.R.R
Tolkien letter dated 1951

The Return of the Lord of the Cranes
Jon Presco <braskewitz>
2006-12-01 19:06:34 GMT

The Return of the Lord of the Cranes

“Ahead the Crane! Acts to go! Returns which will be able! ”

(Images: Gruyere castle. The Shire. Gruyere castle. Gruyere castle.
Gruérius the Vandal.)

Where have we seen theses three mountain peaks? I believe my
genealogical quest has come full circle. I am alas in the home my
ancestors, and the ancestors of my daughter and grandson, Heather and

It is time to bring our brave troops home from the un-holy crusade of
George Bush.

The Gruériens were the first to depart for the Crusades. It is said
they were the first to enter Jerusalem where they led the fight for
the Holy Sepulchre. When the Gruérien Knights prepared to leave the
castle, the women of Gruyere shut them in and blocked the gate. In
the image above we see a man urgent to free Jerusalem from the
Muslims, furiously taking an axe to the gate. Note the red cross on
the trumpet.

It is time for the three religions born of the Torah to lay down
their arms, and send home their armed men. It is the time for Peace.

Gregorius, came to be associated by folk etymology with grex, gregis,
`flock’, `herd’, under the influence of the Christian image of the
good shepherd.

Jon The Vigilant Shepherd
Rouge Knight


During a forty years reign, Guillaume Ier pointed out himself by his
zeal to defend the faith. A fresco of the Room of the Knights, with
the Gruyere castle, shows it to us, surrounded of people of its
house, attending the installation of the first stone of the abbey of
Rougemont. Indeed, it made gift with the Benedictines of vast fields
extending beyond Tine. It is while following the example of these
valiant monks whom the population cleared the region to make the
beautiful country of them that we know. The name of Guillaume Ier is
attached to a beautiful page of the history of our country: the
departure of Gruériens for the Crusade. In XIe century, the Holy
Places were with the hands of the Turks. In all Christendom, and
especially in France, generous spirits formed the wish to begin again
in Inaccurate Jerusalem and the Holy Sepulchre.

Monks and laic traversed the countries, encouraging thevalid men to
take part in the holy war against the Moslems. It was the time of the
Crusades, because all the warriors decorated their chest of a cross.
Gruyeres did not remain deaf with this call. Indeed, here what Hisely
tells us: It is at that time of religious enthusiasm and
chevaleresque enthusiasm which it is advisable to report the charming
tradition that here: Hugues and Turin armed among the beautiful
shepherds hundred Gruériens to lead them to the conquest of the Holy
Sepulchre. The young shepherdesses wanted to close the doors of the
castle to prevent their departure. They had to be reopened of force
and the poor girls are reflected to cry when they intended the rider
to exclaim:

“Ahead the Crane! Acts to go! Returns which will be able! ”

Hardly knowing the geography, they asked naively “if this large sea
which should be crossed to go into Ground-Holy were as large as the
blue lake as one goes along when one goes in pilgrimage to Lausanne”

Which is the share of the history and that of the legend in this
business? It is difficult to say it. It is proven that Gruériens left
for there first Crusade (1096-1099). An Italian poet describing the
Cross ones says to us: “their sides, here under their own banner,
hundred beautiful Gruériens, the pride of the Gruyere”. Further, it
allots even to Gruérien the honor to have crossed the first the walls
of Jerusalem. Alas, among those which left well little re-examined
their fatherland!”

Threatened bird and emblème

The crane amulet Splendid bird threatened wader, the crane has very
little chance to cross the Swiss skies, the migratory corridors not
passing there. Out of Gruyere, it remains a bird of legend. Emblème
of a country, it is reproduced on the blazons of a dozen communes and
floated on the standard of the crusades…Spring spent, in the center
Pro Natura of Field-Pittet (Yverdon),the photographer animalier
taïwanais Shao Tung Wu presented, inimages, a turn of the world of
the cranes (Shao Tung Wu)

“the evening was beautiful. Purple sky, pink, a white crane was come
from there, trustful, to be posed on the shoulder of the Vandal: ”

Here, he says, a bird of good omen. By Wotan, I choose itto decorate
my blazon. My weapons will be from now on a money crane on field of
crimson and on my helmet, I want to place this bird at the flight
drawn up as a cimier.”

Thus Gruérius took the crane for emblème of the country of which it
pressed the ground.

“This anecdote, according to which Gruérius, the Germanic warrior,
posed the bases of the Gruyere Country around year 436, is only one
legend. But, like all the legends, it has its bottom of truth. “the
vigilant crane of passage gave this nickname to the first count. It
had a famous series, a long succession of descendants rich in power,
piety, clothes and gold: prosperity which dominated over our grounds
several centuries “, known as the Latin poem on the Gruyere

The church of Rougemont was built around 1080 by the Cluny monks, who
had been commissioned by the Count of Gruyère to construct a
monastery. This priory was the first and only convent to be built
inthe “Alpe vaudoise”. Rougemont therefore belonged to the same
spiritual family as the Abbeys of Payerne and Romainmôtier. The
sanctuary is dedicated to St Nicholas, the fourth century martyr and
patron saint of children, who is celebrated on the 6th of December.”

“The Gruyere church, dedicated to St-Théodule, was devoted in 1254,
by the count Rodolphe III It became the parish church of thevillages
located between Trême and Marivue, on left bank of Sarine. Under the
furnace bridge dedicated to St-Michel the bodies of the counts de
Gruyères rested.”Saint Theodule was the first Bishop of Sion known as
Our Lady ofSion. He is depicted holding a bunch of grapes and may
have evolvedinto Saint Urban who is the protector of the Swiss Guild
ofRebleuten-Zunft whose meeting place waa owned by my
Rougemont/Rosamond ancestor. Are these Saints together the Saint that
come around on Christmas?

Were the Monks of Rougemont Knight Templars?

Egregore (also egregor) is an occult concept representing a “thoughtform” or “collective group mind”, an autonomous psychic entity made up of, and influencing, the thoughts of a group of people. The symbiotic relationship between an egregore and its group has been compared to the more recent, non-occult concepts of the corporation (as a legal entity) and the meme.

The first author to adapt “egregore” in a modern language seems to be the French poet Victor Hugo, in La Légende des Siècles (“The Legend of the Ages”), First Series, 1859, where he uses the word “égrégore” first as an adjective, then as a noun, while leaving the meaning obscure.[1] The author seems to have intended simply to provide a word rhyming with both with “or” (gold) and “mandragore”. It is not the only example of word creation by Victor Hugo.
Eliphas Lévi, in Le Grand Arcane (“The Great Mystery”, 1868) identifies “egregors” with the tradition concerning the fathers of the nephilim, describing them as “terrible beings” that “crush us without pity because they are unaware of our existence.”[2]
The concept of the egregore as a group thoughtform was developed in works of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and the Rosicrucians[3] and has been referenced by writers such as Valentin Tomberg.
A well known concept of the egregore is the GOTOS of the Fraternitas Saturni.[4]

Tulpa (Wylie: sprul-pa; Sanskrit: निर्मित nirmita[1] and निर्माण nirmāṇa;[2] “to build” or “to construct”) is a concept in mysticism of a being or object which is created through sheer discipline alone. It is a materialized thought that has taken physical form and is usually regarded as synonymous to a thoughtform.[3]

1 Tibetan Buddhism
2 Thoughtform
3 See also
4 References
5 Further reading
[edit] Tibetan Buddhism
Tulpa is a spiritual discipline and teachings concept in Tibetan Buddhism and Bon. The term ‘thoughtform’ is used as early as 1927 in Evans-Wentz translation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead, described as “giving palpable being to a visualization, in very much the same manner as an architect gives concrete expression in three dimensions to […] his blue-print”.[4]
John Myrdhin Reynolds in a note to his English translation of the life story of Garab Dorje defines a tulpa thus:
A Nirmita (sprul-pa) is an emanation or a manifestation. A Buddha or other realized being is able to project many such Nirmitas simultaneously in an infinite variety of forms.[1]
The term is used in the works of Alexandra David-Néel, who claimed to have created a tulpa in the image of a jolly Friar Tuck-like monk which later developed a life of its own and had to be destroyed.

The Real Meaning of Egregore
hhteam | May 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

The word “Egregore” derives from the Greek word egrégoroi, meaning “watchers”, which also transliterates as “grigori”. The word appears in the Septuagint translation of the Book of Lamentations, as well as the Book of Jubilees and the Book of Enoch. Even being derived from the word Grigori, which acquired a somewhat negative aspectation over the time, the general concept of Egregore is not evil. Gaetan Delaforge, in Gnosis Magazine in 1987, defines an Egregore as a kind of group mind which is created when people consciously come together for a common purpose.
When a group of people pray and meditate collectively towards an objective, an Egregore of protection and blessing is sent forth, as a circle of Light that shields and safeguards the objective of the prayers.
Psychologically speaking, an Egregore is that “atmosphere” or “personality” that develops among groups independent of any of its members. It is the feeling or impression you get when walking into a neighborhood that “feels different” from the surrounding area, or when visiting a club or association that has been around for a long time.

The Watchers story in Enoch is derived from Genesis chapter 6. Verses 1-4 describe the “Origin of the Nephilim” and mention the “Sons of God” who beget them:
“When men began to multiply on earth and daughters were born to them, the sons of GOd saw how beautiful the daughters of man were, and so they took for their wives as many of them as they chose. Then the Lord said: “My spirit shall not remain in man forever, since he is but flesh. His days shall comprise one hundred and twenty years.” At that time the Nephilim appeared on earth (as well as later), after the sons of God had intercourse with the daughters of man, who bore them sons. They were the heroes of old, the men of renown.” (Genesis 6:1-4)
Here, the “sons of God” are given no specific name or function; they could represent fallen angels, or simply heavenly beings that mate with women.

The Book of Jubilees adds further details about the Watchers. While “Watchers” or “Sentinels” are mentioned alongside the “holy ones” in the Book of Daniel, it is doubtful they have any connection to the Grigori. The angels were fairly popular in Jewish folklore, which often describes them as looking like large human beings that never sleep and remain forever silent. While there are good and bad Watchers, most stories revolve around the evil ones that fell from grace when they took “the daughters of man” as their mates.
References to other Grigori
In the early stellar cults of Mesopotamia there were four “royal” Stars (known as Lords) which were called the Watchers. Each one of these stars “ruled” over one of the four cardinal points common to Astrology. This particular system would date from approximately 3000 BC. The star Aldebaran, when it marked the Vernal Equinox, held the position of Watcher of the East. Regulus, marking the Summer Solstice, was Watcher of the South. Antares, marking the Autumn Equinox, was Watcher of the West. Fomalhaut, marking the Winter Solstice, was Watcher of the North. In the star myths the Watchers themselves were depicted as gods who guarded the Heavens and the Earth. Their nature, as well as their “rank”, was altered by the successive lunar and solar cults that replaced the older stellar cults.
Eventually the Greeks reduced the Watchers to the gods of the four winds.

Earlier mystical Hebrew sects organized the Watchers into an Archangel hierarchy. According to this system the Watchers were ruled over by four great Watchers known as Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Auriel. In the Old Testament (Daniel 4: 13 17) there is reference made to the Irin, or Watchers, which appear to be an order of angels. In early Hebrew lore the Irin were a high order of angels that sat on the supreme Judgment Council of the Heavenly Court. In the Apocryphal Books of Enoch and Jubilees, the Watchers were sent to Earth to teach law and justice to humankind. The most common associations found in various texts on Medieval magic regarding the Watchers are as follows:

1. Araqiel: taught the signs of the earth. 2. Armaros: taught the resolving of enchantments. 3. Azazel: taught the making of weapons of war. 4. Barqel: taught astrology. 5. Ezequeel: taught the knowledge of the clouds. 6. Gadreel: taught the art of cosmetics. 7. Kokabeel: taught the mystery of the Stars. 8. Penemue: taught writing. 9. Sariel: taught the knowledge of the Moon. 10. Semjaza: taught Herbal enchantments. 11. Shamshiel: taught the signs of the Sun.

It is these same angels who are referred to as the Sons of God in the Book of Genesis. According to Christian belief their sins filled the Earth with violence and the world was destroyed as a result of their intervention. Richard Cavendish, in his book The Powers of Evil, makes references to the possibilities of the Giants mentioned in Genesis 6:4, being the Giants or Titans of Greek Mythology. He also lists the Watchers as the fallen angels which magicians call forth in ceremonial magic. Cavendish mentions that the Watchers were so named because they were stars, the “eyes of night.”

In an occult or magical context, an Egregore is the general imprint that encircles a group entity. It is the summary of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energies generated by two or more people vibrating together towards the same goal; being a sub-product of our personal and collective creative process as co-creators of our reality.
An Egregore has developed to the point of attaining an independent existence as an entity itself or as an intentionally created entity, such as a servitor, that has grown in power well beyond its original design. To a non-religious practitioner of magic, an Egregore and a god, or goddess, would be interchangeable terms. To a religious practitioner, an Egregore would be just below the level of a god or goddess.

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