‘The Beast’ and ‘The Rose’

This information will be included in my proposal to name that beach after Rena Victoria Easton. VICTORIA BEACH.

Rosamond Press

“Our armorial bearings were granted in 1977, on the occasion of the college’s 50th anniversary. A painting of the design was presented to Admiral Sir Ian Easton, the Commandant, by Sir Anthony Wagner, Garter King of Arms, in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to Seaford House on Friday 11th November 1977”


A half hour ago I got off the phone with Sarah Higgins, a woman who works for the Defence Department, and specializes in NATO affairs. She had never heard of the Royal College of Defence Studies.  She sent me an e-mail so I could enlighten her.


I went in search for more truths, and found ‘The Beast’ that is found on the cote of arms that was presented to Admiral Sir Ian Easton, in the presence of her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth of  Great Briton.  Was Rena there, gazing upon the crown of Europe’s…

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