Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Rebirth of Chivalry

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Yesterday I showed my reader a scarf that I turned into a flag in order to honor the life and death of Neda.  That morning I had a vision where I placed that scarf on…

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Sandra Faulkner – Storyteller

storyteller a. One who tells or writes stories. b. One who relates anecdotes. 2. Informal One who tells lies. https://rosamondpress.com/2014/02/18/a-bowl-full-of-lies/ Yesterday I sent Sandra Faulkner a message beseeching her to tell the truth. So far I have not received a … Continue reading

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I Was Rendered Powerless

A woman in this video says “It’s pretty wild down there!” Vicki told a reporter for the Pinecone Rosamond ‘always had fear of water’. Why isn’t that fear registering?

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Gonfanon and the Bayeux Tapestry

As I type, Putin is contemplating retaliating against Turkey. This will result in a another world war. For this reason, I am calling for a Crusade against ISIS. Putin is a Christian. I suspect Herman is recreating animal sacrifice at … Continue reading

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The Crazy Crucifixion of Christine

I posted this in July of 2013 two years before I posted on ‘The Second Coming of Suzanne’ and before I saw a photograph of Stefan Eins with Herman Nitsch, who some are saying is really a Jew from Israel, … Continue reading

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Did Christine Rosamond Kill Herself?

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Sandra Faulkner wrote a biography about my late sister that has been disappeared, along with the autobiography written by Christine. On the Rosamond Publishing website that first appear in April of 1997, fans of Rosamond…

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Who is Sande Green?

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
“In the seasonal moment, an artist known worldwide as Rosamond is considering a guest-house invitation. Patrons had frequently made such offers, and they had always been graciously, yet uniformly refused. But, on a brisk March…

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