Monthly Archives: July 2015

Ponthus and Sidonia

Virginia and Caroline Hambley’s mother is Elizabeth de Bourmont who are closely related to the Rouge, and La Tour-Landry dynasty. They are kin to Bertrand Beauvau was married to Blanche, the daughter of Rene de Anjou. A  Family Renaissance centers around the … Continue reading

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Love and The Marbles

Peter Shapiro and I lived together in two Victorians in the Bay Area. We lived on 13th. Street near downtown Oakland, and a home in East Oakland where I did a painting of Rena Easton in 1971. When my friend, … Continue reading

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Real War of Roses and Thrones

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Five days ago I informed Virginia Hambley I found a Holy Grail that belonged to the Queen of Galitia, and, her ancestor is the subject of a Grail Romance ‘Pontus of Galicia’. Pontus and his…

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Landry Family Were Kin to Merovingians

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
The Landry family were Major Domos to the Frankish Kings. They served them as Mayors of the Palace. The Comte de Bourmont and his ancestors served the Kings of France and did everything to restore…

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The Grimm Huguenot Fairytales

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Last night I went to bed believing I would be authoring ‘The Cosmic Carpet Riders’ this morning. Instead I have been launched into the world of German Mysticism, and Woman Artists and Fairytale Tellers. This…

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The Holy Grail of Rosemondt

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
“Much of what we know about the Holy Grail comes from the Grail romances, which appeared out of the area of the Lorraine (formerly associated with the Merovingian dynasty) in the early twelfth century.? In…

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Ariadne’s Thread Frees Helen

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Three months ago my niece sent me a message on Facebook. She said she needed to talk to family. She asked me to have Drew Benton call her. I felt for her isolation, her exclusion,…

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