Monthly Archives: August 2016

Capturing the Beautiful Mistress

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
No man in many years has been more vilified and threatened then I, when I followed my vision, went where my Muse led me. I will complete the portrait of Rena Easton, but I will…

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Dragon Born Elijah

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
I was born October 8, 1946 at 6:02 P.M. just as the sun set in Oakland California. Though the Draconid star shower did not peak till the next day, the nurses were bidding Rosemary to…

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Destroying Republican Party

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
For fifteen years this blog has been saying the Republican Party is being destroyed. Did I use Augury to deduce this? Am I insane? No! I just stuck my neck out and said this was…

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Van Rosemund and Catherine Van Der Tuin,

I told Marilyn four days ago I have identified why I fell in love with Belle Burch. “I fell in love with her voice. She has a sing-song voice like you!” I have been puzzled as to why I see … Continue reading

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Robin – Pan – Baphomet

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
This morning I found a program wherein Floris Rosemondt comes upon the artist, Bosch, and beholds his art work. Just before this meeting, Floris von Rosenmund and his Indian sidekick, are looking through an illustrated…

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Floris Von Rosemund – The Wolf

It took twenty-tow days for me to find out Marilyn Reed was a co-author of the Choir threat. Outragious! I thought Kathy Vrzak was the only one threatening my Copyright in regards to the interviews I conducted with Ms. Reed. … Continue reading

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Belle’s Bums vs. Artists

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
What Alley Valkyrie fails to address is the conflict the homeless have with the Downtown Arts, and Patrons for the Arts. Thousands of citizens have come downtown to enjoy First Friday Art Walk, only to…

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