Last June I went to Bullhead City in order to unite my family so they could get behind Drew Benton, and Shannon Rosamond who recently came to own their mother’s artistic legacy – seventeen years after Rosamond’s death! Both Christine Rosamond Benton’s daughters are artists. It was my hope to form yet another Pre-Raphaelite movement, and, have my family bless my autobiography ‘Capturing Beauty’
Fair Rosamond appears in Lord Tennyson’s Beckett. Rosamond is at the core of what Dan Brown’s fiction eludes to. Denis de Rougemont transformed the world, made real history, and shed light on the Holy Grail.
Leonardo Da Vinci’s genius is alive in my family.
More than 70 years ago, Denis de Rougemont, the late Swiss scholar, wrote a fascinating book called Love in the Western World. In it he theorizes that Tantra, which ignited in India some time before 800 C.E. from much older…
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