Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Art Museum – Part One

The Museum Every morning I wake and go to my kitchen to brew my large mug of coffee. Some mornings she catches my eye more than other mornings. When I get on a writing jag, I can not help but … Continue reading

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Golden Girls of the Corn Cob

“I know when I am really interested in someone or something, I like to get my hands on as many resources as possible to get information from a variety of points of view. So I don¡¯t see that it needs … Continue reading

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The Phantom of Lily Rose

“I¯m happy this is all out in the open now. It kind of lifts a weight off me that I wasn¯t really aware of but can notice now how much better it feels that you know about your daughter.” I … Continue reading

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One Rose – One World Love

” I have had 80,000 views for this blog. I average 30 people a day who view at least 2 posts. I suspect many viewers are in Russia. Jon It will be an interreligion or pan-religion, in that it will … Continue reading

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The Rosamond Movie and Books

“My biopic on the artist Rosamond was optioned by Oscar-winning producer Ronald Schwary and my courtroom drama placed second out of three thousand scripts in the 2007 IndieProducer Screenplay Contest.” Vicki Presco told me she read the rough draft of … Continue reading

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The True War of the Roses

My kindred were members of the Swan Brethren who worshipped ‘Our Sweet Lady’. Erasmus called this worship a heresy. In Bosch’s ‘Wedding Feast at Cana you see members of the Swan Brethren hovering around Jesus and our Sweet Lady. These … Continue reading

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Beauty Captivated by Rose of the World

“The Russian super model, Ruslana Korshunova, visited the Roza Mira Training Center in search of spiritual peace before she killed herself. She had become captured and isolated by her beauty. She was given the name ‘Repunzel’ because of her long … Continue reading

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Death of The Hierophant

When Jane Erye is standing crucified on the stool, with an invisible noose placed around her neck by those who were threatened by this strange isolated one, my kindred, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, comes to comfort Jean, and offer her a … Continue reading

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The Priestess of High Drama

When I went to visit Rena Victoria, she was staying in a woman’s dorm on the grounds of the University of Nebraska. I was not let in to the building, and was told to wait outside. Fifty minutes later, the … Continue reading

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Black Mask Authors

This extremely rare photo of the first west coast Black Mask get-together on January 11, 1936 captures possibly the only meeting of several of these authors. Pictured in the back row, from left to right, are Raymond J. Moffatt, Raymond … Continue reading

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