Monthly Archives: April 2013

Bryan MacLean & Patty Loveless

My friend, Bryan MacLean, wrote ‘Don’t Toss Us Away’ for his sister, and did a walk-on in this video for Patty Loveless. He is the person walking towards the store and over the covered bridge. Bryan sang at my wedding. … Continue reading

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Hollis Lee Williams Memorial Fund

Yesterday I talked to Aura at Safeway Headquarters in California about establishing a non-profit charity around my late friend, William Lee Hollis, who passed away in his sleep on March 8, 2012. She asked me to send her an e-mail. … Continue reading

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Holy Grail & House of Wolfings

On April 17, 2013 I will reveal to the world the Norse Grail of Rosamond. My grandson, Tyler Hunt, was born on this day. He was taken from me by my enemies, my own kindred who tried to take over … Continue reading

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Aries Woman – Libra Man

I am a Libra Man who has enjoyed three Aries Women as my lovers. I will be seeing my first girlfriend who was an Aries, today. Rena was an Aries, as was Laurie, whom I lived with for two years. … Continue reading

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Freydis the Shieldmaiden

Though she is not called a Shieldmaiden, Freydís Eiríksdóttir, is compared to one. She is in my family tree because I am kin to Erik the Red Thorvaldsson. After I married Mary Ann Tharaldsen, we flew to New York to … Continue reading

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Horse Lords & Shieldmaidens

“A shieldmaiden was a woman who had chosen to fight as a warrior in Scandinavian folklore and mythology. They are often mentioned in sagas such as Hervarar saga and in Gesta Danorum. Shieldmaidens also appear in stories of other Germanic … Continue reading

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Merovingian Rangers and Sea-Rovers of Toxandria

“After several years of warfare Pepin defeated the Frisians on his northeastern border (689) and married his son Grimoald to Theodelind, daughter of the Frisian chief Radbod. He also forced the Alemanni to recognize Frankish authority again and encouraged Christian … Continue reading

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Rosamond the Folk-Mother and Jon the Sea-King

My grandmother, Mary Magdalene Rosamond, was a Folk-Mother who raised her four beautiful daughters on her own after banishing her husband, Royal Rosamond, from the Rosamond home in Ventura By The Sea, because as a poet and writer, he was … Continue reading

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Gendolfus Faramond & Rosamond

The Lords of Til-Chatel and Rougemont descend from the Merovingians via Garnier, Count of Troyes. There is a Gendolfus in this line, and Nibelung “the historian”. Much of the history of the Franks is myth that influenced J.R. Tolkein. The … Continue reading

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Genetic Keys to the Templar Kingdom of God

In 1938 the ‘History of the Rosemond Family’ by Leland Eugene Rosemond, was published. Here is what Wikipedia has to say about Genealogy; “The pursuit of family history tends to be shaped by several motivations, including the desire to carve … Continue reading

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