Drew In Rosamond’s Labyrinth

Drew Benton and her friend pretend to eat the grapes at the Getty Villa.

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After the showing of Pan’s Labyrinth someone asked me if I was a Rosicrucian. In my second rose reading at the Berkeley Psychic Institute I was told I go each night to the cathedral of the Souls where I have a reserved seat at a great wooden table. The Knighthood of the Rose Croix is associated with Freemasonry that was severely oppressed by Franco. During the Civil War, Drew Benton’s great grandfather, Colonel Thomas Hart Benton, saved Albert Piike’s Masonic Library. He was the Grand Master of the Freemasons of Iowa.

My niece, Drew Benton, has been given the nickname ‘Bugs’ because she draws bugs and butterflies. A month ago I sent her a dragonfly reckless. Above she is playing with the faux doors and columns he father rendered for the Getty Villa. Drew’s artistic parents are dead. I, and my rosy brethren welcome her to the cathedral of the…

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