Monthly Archives: February 2016

Taking Jesus Away From ISIS

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Bethlehem is a Moabite refuge for descendants of Ruth and Boaz. There was a synagogue dedicated to the King and Queen of Moab and Judaea. Long ago, the High Priest and his Scribes cast-wrote the…

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Simon Magus and Helen of Troy

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Years ago I described Rena this way; “The face that launched a thousand Rosamond prints.” Simon Magus had a consort who he claimed was the reincarnation of Helen of Troy. It is claimed Simon was…

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Are Jesus and Pharamond Fairytales?

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Are Jesus and Pharamond fairytale characters? If your answer is YES, the you are closer to the truth, then if your answer was NO, because, humanity has long embraced legends as the TRUTH, because the…

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Bryan Coffield Arnold

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Bryan C. Arnold 1937 Cullum No. 10973 • Nov 14, 1987 • Died in Los Altos, CA Interred in Alta Mesa Cemetery, Palo Alto, CA When I beheld a photo of Bryan C. Arnold last…

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Capturing Beauty – Chapter One

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Capturing Beauty by Jon Gregory Presco Copyright 1998 The Art of The Trespass Last night I dreamed I worked on the painting of a great artist who befriended me – without his permission. He could…

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“Shane! Come back!”

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
In 1986, Victoria Arnold returned from Sweet Home Oregon after seeing her nephew, Shane, for the first time, only to learn her father, Lt. Colonel Brian C. Arnold, had died. When we buried the Colonel,…

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Bill Arnold

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“The child plays. The toy boat sails across the pond. The work is just begun. Oh child, look what you have done!” The love for my childhood friend, Bill Arnold, is the most profound love…

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