Born In The City of Roses

I am now solidly connected to Siener van Rensburg. I wonder if I am his embodiment. Is he un-happy to see his prophetic powers being misused by Neo-Nazis…and the President of the United States? I say that Lara Roozmond and Belle Burch are my Co-Seers due to their Dutch Ancestry. I go into a Seer State when I think about them. My female James Bond’s other is born near Tolkien’s home. Victoria Bond marches in the Orange Parade. I am getting chills all over.

Nicolaas Pieter Johannes (“Niklaas” or “Siener”) Janse van Rensburg (3 August 1864 – 11 March 1926)[1] was a Boer from the South African Republic – also known as the Transvaal Republic – and later a citizen of South Africa who was considered by some to be a prophet of the Boers (a segment of the Afrikaners[citation needed]). Consequently, his nickname became Siener (Afrikaans for “seer” or “soothsayer”). Van Rensburg’s visions.

Rosamond Press

The Royal Janitor

By Jon Presco

Copyright 2018

Victoria Larabelle Bond, was born in the City of Roses. She and her mother lived two blocks from the home where J.R. Tolkien grew up, thus Victoria was well-versed in the cosmology Tolkien created. Indeed, she wrote a book of poems to go with the material. She studied Myths and Legends. Before she was thirteen she committed a million poems to memory.

Victoria’s mother, June Abigale Bond, supported herself and her only child dancing in a professional Zulu dancing troop that performed before Queen Elizabeth, who invited her to stay at Windsor Castle.

After Victoria finished telling Miriam Starfish her family background, she went to one knee, took Victoria’s hand, and placed it upon her head. Two minutes went by. The air was filled with a hum that sounded like a million bees taking wing.

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