Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Templar Shroud and Shakespeare

On May 26, 2015, I discovered Shakespeare’s play ‘A Midsummer’s Night Dream’ employs the history of the Duke’s of Athens who owned the Shroud of Turin, and whom I have proven are kin to the Knight Templars. They are also … Continue reading

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The Spindle and Distaff of the Templar Shroud

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“U.S. authorities warn that IS poses the greatest threat in years with its “apocalyptic” vision.” How many of my readers thought I had really flipped when I saw the awakening of a apocalyptic nightmare in…

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Wedding in Belmont

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My grandparents got married at Ralston Hall in the city of Belmont (beautiful mountain) that this family founded. ? Daily Alta California, Volume 42, Number 14175, 24 June 1888 STUTTMEISTER-JANKE. One of the most enjoyable…

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Juanita Miller ‘The White Witch’

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When we were children we would call Juanita Miller on the phone and pretend we were older so we could have The White Witch give us advice on our love life, that we invented. Joaquin…

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Camping On Anacapa by Roy Reuben Rosamond

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My grandfather, Royal Rosamond, was encouraged to take up writing by Jack and Fanny Cory, tow creative siblings not unlike I and my sister, the world famous artist known as Rosamond. The Channel Islands remind…

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Fanny Y. Cory & Philip Boileau

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“Her earliest childhood memory involved lying on the living room rug as a three year old, pencil in hand, drawing fanciful pic¬≠tures, while her admiring family walked around or over her. Always her artwork was…

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Swineburne, Rosamond, Isle of Wight

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“One of Swinburne’s earliest works about love is Rosamond, a drama in the Elizabethan style, but one that employs a medieval setting and real historical figures as characters. Published in 1860, this play is extra-ordinarily…

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The New Path of The New Brother-Sisterhood

‘Capturing Beauty – An Art Book’ by Jon Gregory Presco Chapter One The New Path of the New Brother-Sisterhood For over a year I have been hosting Terrible Regrets, the foremost being……Why didn’t I purchase an old Brownie camera¬†at the … Continue reading

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Rosamond’s Tower of Love

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Now that I have proven there was a secret meeting held in Christine Rosamond’s house, and that there exist a conspiracy to alter true events and conditions surrounding the drowning a famous artist, I can…

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Association For The Advancement Of Truth In Art

“ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF TRUTH IN ART. ON the evening of the twenty- seventh of January, in the present year, a number of persons met at 32 Waverly Place, in the city of New York. Be- lieving in the … Continue reading

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