I Cover The Waterfront

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This morning I discovered an image of a crucified Claudette Colbert who starred in ‘I Cover The Waterfront’ a movie based upon a book written by Max Miller. A chapter in this book is inspired by a Tongva Indian Maid who was given the name Juana Maria which looks like Marijuana. She is found all alone on St. Nicolas Island. This movie centers around bad men smuggling in illegal aliens, Chinese, so they can do the laundry of the well-to-do in Pasadena. One poor sap is found inside a great white shark. Consider Rosamond’s favorite movie ‘Chinatown’. Did Max read the legend of Andromeda? The monster shark movie ‘Jaws’ has its roots here. Is this more synchronicity?




After Rosemary told me the man who glared at me was very rich and powerful, I wondered how she knew this. Did she meet him at the meeting my family kept me away from…

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About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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