Monthly Archives: March 2013

God’s Book

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The Dust of Judgement Inside the Gate

The dust to judge the woman accused of adultery was found inside the Nicanor gate. Jesus wrote the name of God in this dust. He was allowed to go get this dust. This is my discovery. This makes me a … Continue reading

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Crusader Bones at Beautiful Gate

I believe these are the bones of Crusaders and their families that lie under the new Golden Gate, they put their by the Muslims after the fall of Jerusalem. The remains of my ancestors could be here. The Stuttmeisters were … Continue reading

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Entering the Golden Gate

“Fleming found himself “knee-deep in bones” and became suddenly aware he had fallen into a mass burial site. To him, the most amazing aspect of this incident was his clear view of five large wedge shaped stones set into a … Continue reading

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Playing Chess With Death Again

For over a week I have been playing a game of chess with Death. Jon Presco https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/egregore-of-the-shroud-of-savoy-and-rougemomt/ https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/another-family-death-on-the-rocks/ https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2013/02/15/templars-asleep-in-abbey-bellevaux/ https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/bonds-with-angels/

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Unfamilied Soldiers

I posted this on January 25, 2012 https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/page/142/?___true When Ronney gave his 47% speach behind closed doors to his ilk, he put veterans in the camp of his enemy. Jon ST VALENTINE‚ÄôS Day reminds us of the innate desire we … Continue reading

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My Odd Fellow Kindred Evicted From Graves

At great expense to himself, my great-grandfather, William Suttmeister, moved the bodies of his wife and kindred from the Laurel Hill cemetery in San Francisco to a tomb in Colma where I brought my daughter and grandson so they can … Continue reading

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Sister Knights of Saint-George de Rougemont

Several archbishops of Besancon were de Rougemonts, and many were their direct kin. Here is the ritual of the Brotherhood that they say existed 900 years before Jesus was born. Jon Each year the knights of Saint-Georges will be assembled … Continue reading

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Sisters of Carmel and Elijah-John

I was named after John the Baptist because I was born three days after the Day of Atonement during an amazing star shower. My mother wanted me to be named JON, but a H was put in this name, and … Continue reading

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Protector Knights of Red Mount

The Rougemont/Rosamond name has been associated with Guilds and chivalrous Orders for many generations. God bid me to prepare the way for the turn-around of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis and I see eye to eye. For this reason I … Continue reading

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