Monthly Archives: November 2013

Corbin Castle & Plymouth Brethren

Yesterday I discovered Corbin (Corbenic) Castle and Elaine de Corbin who is the consummate Hippie Chick. This Grail Maiden is set on Love and lives in a Cosmic Communal Castle where there is never a dull moment. Strange things are … Continue reading

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COME (T) To SION

http://www.nasa.gov/news/media/newsaudio/index.html#.UpdTbGS4ER4 NASA is calling on the space-obsessed to pull out some popcorn and watch the show on Thursday as comet ISON has a close encounter with the sun. The U.S. space agency is even going so far as to cast … Continue reading

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Michael Jackson – A Closeted Artist

This morning, I discovered Michael Jackson was an artist. I had read that his close friend, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, encouraged this Pop Star to collect art as she had done. Liz’s great uncle, Howard Young, had no children, and I … Continue reading

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Artistic Line of the Rosemond Sisters

It is extremely rare that two women who bare the name Rosamond and Rosemond on their birth certificate would become big players in the Art World, along with family members. Christine Rosamond Benton, and Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, are distant cousins … Continue reading

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Christine Rosamond Partlow

Christine Rosamond Presco married the actor and foley artist, Richard Partlow who won an Emmy for the soundtrack to Battlestar Galactica. Christine and Rick were married in 1976 and bought Mickey Rooney’s old house in Woodland Hills. Marily Reed made … Continue reading

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The Taylor, Getty, and Rosamond Children

I was looking at old posts and discovered I am kin to the Getty family. Christopher Wilding, the son of my kindred, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, was married to Aileen Getty. Garth Benton sued his friend, Gordon Getty, for painting over … Continue reading

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The Pre-Raphaelite Movement in America 1

Since 1969 I worked hard to bring my vision of establishing a New Pre-Raphaelite Movement in America. Joaquin Miller had befriended my grandmother when she was young. He would accompany her on the Fruit Vale trolley holding my infant father … Continue reading

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