The Renaissance Inquisition of Rosemondt

Five years ago, I declared Drew Benton and I should be declared National Treasures due to the false church that backs Neo-Confederates and NASCAR Drunkards. How prophetic, being Don Von Trump blessed NASCAR traitors and wavers of the Confederate flag.

Tomorrow I will convene a Tribunal of  deceased Dutch Theologians in order to rule on the claim incest took place in my family. I will also employ the artwork of Bosch. With the involvement of the Bogart and Brevoort family in the Reformed Dutch Church in New York State, this call is extended to preserving our families Religious History.

I am working on the theory that Rosemondt painted the Deadly Sins, being he was the Master of The Falcon Art College. Did he teach art? It is said he wrote like Erasmus who some say is the source of ‘Rip Van Winkle’.

Jon Presco

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_Reformed_Church

http://www.newsmax.com/FastFeatures/dutch-reformed-church-christians-beliefs/2015/04/02/id/636090/

The Dutch Reformed Church (Reformed Church in America) is one of the oldest Christian denominations in the world. According to Britannica and the denomination, it was formed in North America, specifically from Dutch settlements in now modern day New York, out of the Dutch Reformed Church in Europe in the 17th century and slowly grew from there.

In 1560, Felipe de Guevara wrote about a pupil of Bosch, an unnamed discipulo (pupil), who was as good as his master and even signed his works with his master’s name.[5] Immediately after this, and without starting a new paragraph, Guevara refers to the painting of the Seven Deadly Sins as characteristic of his style. This led some scholars, as early as Dollmayr (1898) and most vocally Stechow (1966), to ascribe the work to this pupil.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seven_Deadly_Sins_and_the_Four_Last_Things#Disputed_authorship_and_dating

The Renaissance Inquisition

Rosemondt was a extraordinary professor of theology in 1515 and ordinary professor in 1520. For the half-year August 1520-February 1521 he was rector of the university and it was at this time that he was in communication with Erasmus (cf. Allen Ep. 1153, 1164 & 1172), who called him in one letter: “Vir melior quam pro vulgari sorte theologorum”. Rosemondt was less dogmatic than most inquisitors and his writings have been compared with those of Erasmus. He was also known as an eloquent vicar and friend of the Dutch Pope Adrian VI.

 

Godschalk Rosemondt – Renaissance Man

I will be launching a crusade to establish Living National Treasures here in the United States, and Holland. I believe Drew Benton and myself should be declared National Treasures, and our creative endeavors funded by the American Tax Payer who is being subverted by the Dixiecrat minion of Jessie Helms who bid ignorant neo-Confederate Trailer-trash and Nascar Drunkards to use the National Endowment of the Arts for target practice.

Drew and myself are heirs to the Dutch Renaissance, the Reformation, as well as the founders of the Abolitionist Republican Party that has been taken over by the false Evangelical religion who use our tax structure as a means to empower the Ignorant and the Destructive so that our young people will go willingly on another of their crusades against Islam. Dixicrats have alway been the Americsn Taliban, who will never get over Confederate Traitors and Terrorists losing the Civil War that began when they seceded from the United States of America.

That this fake religion empowers our military in their evil cultural warfare, poses a threat to Western Culture as established by so called Renaissance Men. Without these men, America would be ruled by the Pope in Rome. There would be no Democracy. The Papacy, who demanded to be the only Christian religion in the world, not once considered founding a democracy. Indeed, they have done their damnedest to crush the very thought. This very day the Papacy pretends to embrace the Mormons and Evangelicals, but behind closed doors, labels these newcomers a heretical church – along with the Protestant church.

Godeschalk Rosemondt was the model Renaissance Man who I discovered in the thousands of hours spent studying our family history and genealogy. I got paid no salary, and have exalted my family – forever! They will be immortals as I reveal Rosemondts important contribution that has been hidden from view, his history all but disappeared due to the struggle the Reformers had with the Inquisition. Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code is fiction. Here is the real thing. What Baigent and Leigh eluded to in their book ‘Holy Blood, Holy Grail’ is substantiated in my fourteen year study of The Rose of the World.

Rosemondt and other esteemed faculty members were forced to take part in the Inquisition after Inquisitors accused the whole faculty of being heretics and supporters of Martin Luther. This amounts to a purge of men of art and intellect, and is the reason these Renaissance Men vanish from history, they forced to pass jusgemt on men who became famous martyrs of the Reformation. In this Loyalty Check, the Reformation is born, for these men suffered for their Sophia, their divine knowledge that was sympathetic to new ideas, as the Knights Templar allegedly suffered for the same reason.

In letters written by the Renaissance Man, Erasmus to Rosemondt, and in a letter to Renaissance Man, Thomas Moore, the liberalism of my kindred is discussed, he asked to mediate a meeting between Erasmus and his accuser, a famous Dutch Inquisitor. Rosemondt was the executor of Pope Adrien’s Will, and founded a Pauper’s College which was the beginning of Affirmative Action and a Level Playing Field, which is at the root of Democracy and the idea that WE ARE ALL CREATED EQUAL IN THE EYE OF OUR CREATOR.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

For two thousand years the church had set the guidelines and perimeters for all human pursuits – especially when it comes to our sexual being – a tactic that is on the rise as the Red State Mormons lauch their cultural warfare against Culture itself. This is to say, if you are one of them, and pay taxes, you are special. Your penis and vagina is sanctioned by the Christian-right while 47% of us are guilty of misusing our naughty parts, and should be punished, be denied the same rights believers enjoy. The 47% percent – will be judged by Men of God, while their own ilk will be forgiven when they go to Confession. Indulgences are back in the form of voting the Republican ticket and contributing to a Tea Party candidate who is a guaranteed Patriot, while, those people – are Traitors!

Above is a painting by Bosch titled ‘Seven Deadly Sins’. Next to it is Godeschalk Rosemondt’s theological masterpiece ‘Confessionales’. This work – by the Master of Louvain Catholic college – employs The Seven Deadly Sins. It is my contention that my kindred contributed to Boshes painting, by commissioning, and suggesting its content. Beause Rosemondt was the Master of Falcon Art College where he taught theology, it stands to reason he saw Art as a means of communicating religious ideas such as we behold in Bosch’s painting ‘The Wedding Feast at Cana’ that contains members of Swan Brethren of which the House of Rosemondt belonged. The Seven Deadly Sins is attributed to a student of Bosch, which suggests Master Rosemondt had total control over some of Boshs work, some that was commissioned by the Swan Brethren. Is it possible Godeschalk Rosemondt was an artist himself? Rosemondt was a good freind of Adrien before he became the Pope. Adrien was the tutor of Charles Von Habsburg. The Habsburgs were famous patrons of the art,and would surely want young Charles to be exposed to the Arts of the Renaissance. Did they hire Rosemondt to teach Charles art history – and how to draw? That Rosemondt employes the Eye of the Creator, and Master, suggests Rosemondt is not only the Hidden Artist, but, is kin to Jesus Christ, who was called “Master” This idea is seen by the fully open rose on the BRANCH.

Rosemondt admonishes the rich is his Seven Deadly Sins. Surely he has studied the poverty of Jesus, and the truth he came for the poor. For this reason the Pope trusted him as his executor.

When I was informed I would be inheriting $28,000 dollars from the Rice Trust, my first thought was to give it all to my daughter and grandson who I beheld as the inheritors of Rosemondt’s Renaissance Legacy. I was shocked to see how she employed Bill Cornwell to refuse this amazing legacy for the reason my daughter is a ignorant fool who only wants cold hard cash. When I could not give my money away, I contacted a old family friend, Tim O’Connor and asked him if I could stay on his boat because I am conng to Holland to do research on my Swan Brethren kindred.

For so many reasons I am positive certain Creative People should be declared National Treasure, and give generous grants so they can pursue their vision, behold the world thorugh their pupil, without bein labeled mad, or, a “parasite” by people close to them, even, related to them. Jealous Monsters have plagued the landscape of the Artist ever since they were elevated by Renaissance thinkers, they more then servants, but a God-given tool to portray the Divine – and the Sublime!

Men, and women, with no vision are drawn to the poor artist because they want to touch the idea of immortality. They label artists insane, and then take everything they own, especially their offspring. This has theft has to be studied – from the eyes of an Artist – so the world can see the real parasites, and know how they work so that we can better PROTECT our National Treasures.

When I behled ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ with Jesus is the empty space of pupil with the world at his feet – complete with crescent moon and stars – I thought of my death where I saw a crescent moon on the horizon accompanied by bright stars. Did Rosemond see Jesus? Christine and Vicki saw an angel at the foot of their beds when they were five and ten years of age. This vision, that captured a beautiful angel – inspired me to begin our autobiography ‘Bonds With Angels’. I suspect these bonds come down to us via our DNA that beings are aware of – beyond death? The Renaissance is said to have come about due to the plague the Black Death, that bid all good men to be more introspective, and search for the meaning of life after death, as well as what constitutes a good life as a Christian. Rosemondt was there. He was like a Phoenix rising from the ashes. When we took LSD we employed ‘The Tibetan Book of the Dead’ as our guide to a New Way, a way other then war that killed more people in the world then the plague.

Peace – Brother!

Jon Rosamond Presco

Copyright 2012

Confession Godschalk’s book Rosemondt, 1554
This book is known as the Latin version of the confession Godschalk book Rosemondt.

This Rosemondt was a theology professor who worked Eindhoven Godschalk and lived in Leuven. He died in 1526. His exact date of birth is not known but is around 1483. To his acquaintances included a.o. Erasmus and Pope Adrian VI. The confession book is published at Leuven in 1554 but the first edition dates from 1518. The beautifully ornate book band dates from 1575. The book is written in Latin and covers mainly the seven deadly sins and is a theological and sacramentlogische effects of confession. In addition, one can see the book as a scholastic and scientific work that especially intended for theology students and scholars who obviously Latin mighty were.

Rosemondt was a extraordinary professor of theology in 1515 and ordinary professor in 1520. For the half-year August 1520-February 1521 he was rector of the university and it was at this time that he was in communication with Erasmus (cf. Allen Ep. 1153, 1164 & 1172), who called him in one letter: “Vir melior quam pro vulgari sorte theologorum”. Rosemondt was less dogmatic than most inquisitors and his writings have been compared with those of Erasmus. He was also known as an eloquent vicar and friend of the Dutch Pope Adrian VI.

Between 1516 and 1519 he composed many devotional works, all but the Confessionale in Dutch. The Confessionale is partially a translation of the Boecxken van der Biechten but is far more detailed and lengthy. It shares some of its content as well as its amiable tone with the Boecxken, published one year earlier. The content reflects the fact that it is intended for a better-educated reader. It is the first book in which the Summa of Thomas Aquinas is used for resolving conflicts of conscience. For his audacious statements in chapter XX, ‘De excommunicatione’ Rosemondt was rebuked by Pope Benedict XIV, who considered the book to be in discord with the views of the church. Although Rosemondt based his arguments on old concepts of Catholic clerical law, he expanded these principles to a much greater extent than the church was prepared to accept. The conrector of the Latin School at Antwerp, Levinus Linius (+1533) contributed a laudatory poem, printed on the verso of the title. Tentler considers the Confessionale as ‘A work of learning and pastoral wisdom’.

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