Monthly Archives: December 2014

I Was Just A King

“From now on people are my swords.”” As a theologian I puzzle over things for a long time. The strange raising of the dead at the moment of Jesus’s death, is a thorn in the side of the resurectionists who … Continue reading

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King Under Lonely Mountain

I saw the Hobbit and the Five Armies this evening, and it begins with the attack of a dragon. The story revolves around Thorin, the son of Thor. I was married to Mary Ann Tharaldsen, a descendant of Thor. Wensel … Continue reading

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The Hidden Dragon and Branch

Above is the cote of arms I designed for Presco, that was originally Brasekwitz, that means Ambrose, or, Ambrosius ‘Divine Immortal’. I did not know I had a child. I employ the letter L which is LAMED for Learning.  There exist … Continue reading

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Death Warmed Over

Mark Gall’s sister took the photo above. It is a portal to The Truth. The door says “OPEN”. On either side of the door are images of a sleeping woman. This is the image used for the cover of the … Continue reading

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Bonding With a Beautiful Angel

Rena let me take her in, capture her beauty as we stood together looking down at the clear pool of water at the bottom of the waterfall. To behold her perfect face, her chestnut hair against the vibrant green of … Continue reading

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Bonds With Bad Men & Women

“Tom Snyder seems like a really nice guy also. It seems he is supportive of you and he definitely played an important part in connecting you with Heather and that is important and not to be ignored.” Patrice Hanson Above … Continue reading

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Christine in Chinatown

I just watched Christine’s favorite movie, Chinatown. What did she see in this movie about false deeds of trust, and incest. A couple of months after Rosamond drowned under suspicious circumstances of too much salt water in her lungs, I … Continue reading

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