Dark Rena – Light Rena




Artful Stalker Six 008Emmy Rossum played Christine in the movie ‘Phantom of the Opera’. Here is a Rose name. She played Lena in the movie ‘Beautiful Creatures’.

When I went to visit Rena in Nebraska, she tried to transfer my Gift over to her new boyfriend, a sculptor, and perhaps a painter. She tried to break my heart as she unwound the gauze that covered the life-size clay model of himself that Rena told me was inspired by Micheangelo’s King David.

Rena gave me a poster with her photo on it taken in the woods by a student photographer. She was completely nude. Here again was another transference. This was payback for me turning my back on her when she came back to bed after saying “goodbye” to her boyfriend who she had devastated. Wearing a devilish and mischevious mask she told me how he gave her he sign of Satan as they talked in the Harkin’s living room, he suggesting she was Satan’s Daughter. This seventeen year old scared me. I feared she was after my soul.

We have reached the point of no return. I bid Rena Easton to collaborate with me in telling our story. This means telling the truth of her journey to the dark side – and back?

What is clear, both Irene Christensen, and Christine Rosamond, came into my being and took all they could take. This art contest that proceeded the premiere of the movie ‘Beautiful Creatures’ that came out on Saint Valentine’s Day last year, is extremely uncanny, for I have revealed the lies of the Rosamond Gallery Gargoyles who cranked out all these Beautiful Rosamond Creatures after I was taken captive and held down in the Rose of the World Dungeon. Truly, on this day I am reborn, the Dark Phantom of the Rosy Soap Opera.

In her letter Rena Easton says;

“Greg. I want you to know and listen. I apologize for being a abusive girl. I had come out of a dark and dangerous place and you helped me. Please forgive me.”

For Rena to lie about being married when she sent me these words, tells me she is still in that dark place.

Come away from that place – into the light!

Jon Gregory Presco

Copyright 2014


The first book, Beautiful Creatures reached International Bestseller Status and is on The New York Times Best Seller List. It has been published in 39 countries and translated into 28 languages. It was made into the 2013 film Beautiful Creatures.[1][2]

“When I heard you had become a dancer, I was thrilled out of my whits because, this proves you were ‘The One’. You see, I have been jealous of the world since I met you. – before I met you, I was utterly jealous that we never got to dance together, that the world got to see you dance – on your beautiful stage. When did you get into dancing, and why?

When I was young, and before we met, I had a dream about you almost every day. You were my invisible dance partner. Was that our destiny that we missed? Was that the big chance of our lifetime? What a dance team we would have made. They would know us at the ‘The Kiss of Eternal Fire’, or ‘The Fiery Kiss of Eternity’

“They loved each other better afar, than near. And when they came together, they did the Fandango!”

We are playing with fire, Aries woman. Playing with fire! Right here – and so very far away!”

According to the new movie “Beautiful Creatures,” a sinister subculture is lurking in our small towns. They may look like ordinary mortals, they may be upstanding citizens or popular kids at the high school, but secretly they are … readers!
The scourge of Gatlin, S.C., is Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich), a star athlete who keeps copies of Kurt Vonnegut novels under his pillow, wishes the town had a Starbucks and dreams of moving to New York City.
He also dreams of a mysterious beauty, who arrives in the person of transfer student Lena (Alice Englert). When he notices she is reading a book by skid-row poet Charles Bukowski, he realizes they are soul mates.
But there is another diabolical subculture that is plotting against them: thespians! Apparently, the plantations of the South are crawling with distinguished British actors. Lena’s uncle is Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, disguised as small-town tycoon Macon Ravenwood. He has brought Lena to his modernist manse to protect her from Sarafine (Oscar winner Emma Thompson), a powerful witch who wants to claim Lena’s soul for the dark side.
Lena’s Sweet 16 party coincides with the town’s annual Civil War re-enactment. Lena and her creepy kin know that during the original battle, a witch ancestor summoned a curse by saving her mortal lover. So Lena spends the countdown to her birthday researching reversal spells at the city library, with the help of seer Amma (Oscar nominee Viola Davis).
With so many award-worthy people in the cast and crew, including director Richard LaGravenese (screenwriter of “The Fisher King”), it’s a wonder that “Beautiful Creatures” is so tame. A big part of the problem is the young lovers, particularly Ehrenreich as Ethan, who is more of a buffoon than a beatnik. Englert is relatively likable as Lena (and notably less mopey than Kristen Stewart in the “Twilight” movies), but the derivative script and skimpy effects don’t convey either the power or the problems of being a young witch.
The stage-trained veterans in the supporting cast might say that this potential franchise needs to double down on toil and trouble.What “Beautiful Creatures” • Two stars out of four • Rating PG-13 • Run time 2:04 • Content Mild peril and supernatural themes

Directed by Joel Schumacher, the film was also produced and co-written by Lloyd Webber. The Phantom of the Opera stars Gerard Butler in the title role, Emmy Rossum as Christine Daaé, as well as Patrick Wilson as Raoul, Miranda Richardson as Madame Giry and Minnie Driver as Carlotta Giudicelli.

Emmanuelle Grey “Emmy” Rossum (born September 12, 1986) is an American actress and singer-songwriter. She has starred in movies including Songcatcher (2000), An American Rhapsody, (2001) and Passionada (2002). Her role in Mystic River (2003) garnered her wider recognition. She starred in the blockbuster film The Day After Tomorrow (2004) and received critical acclaim for her performance in The Phantom of the Opera (2004). She has since starred in Poseidon (2006), Dragonball: Evolution (2009), Dare (2009) and Beautiful Creatures (2013).

Rossum was born in New York City. She is the only child of Cheryl Rossum, a single mother who worked as a corporate photographer.[1][2][3] Rossum’s mother is Jewish and Rossum’s father is Protestant.[4] Rossum has stated that her mother instilled in her the “Jewish code of ethics and morals”.[5] Part of her family immigrated from Russia.[6] Her mother’s family is Russian Jewish and her father has English and Dutch ancestry.[7] Her parents separated while her mother was pregnant; as of 2007, she had met her father twice.[8][9] She was named after her great-grandfather, whose first name was Emanuel, using the feminine spelling Emmanuelle.[10] She is a relative, by marriage, of designer Vera Wang (Wang was married to Rossum’s cousin).[11]







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1 Response to Dark Rena – Light Rena

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I talked with Christine Wandel last night – for three hours! No one had blown my mind – like Christine! She told me called the theatre where Ruben Blades starred in The Capeman – many times – and told the person that answered the phone, Ruben was the father of her only child. I pressed her to recall how many calls she made. “Allot!” I told her this can be seen as “stalking” because Ruben is a movie actor. I told her she is doing The Phantom of Opera – but as a waman1 Erica? I googled The Capeman and read what it said to my friends whose bathroom ceiling cave in three days ago. I told her Capeman was considered the biggest flop on Broadway. We talked about the musical Peter Shapiro and I are working on called ‘The Roof Job’. I told her Paul Simon was married to someone special. After we hung up I google Paul. He was married to Carrie Fisher.

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