Prayer Group Member Arrested

(41) Phone Book War – YouTube

Note – Happy-to-see you pee-trail left by Kim’s dog. That was not my phonebook. This Christian was un-happy to see me – the day she moved in. She replaced my good friends who got married.

Terrell and Sarah

Posted on June 23, 2016 by Royal Rosamond Press


Terrell and Sarah are getting married in three days. His old friends at McKenzie Meadows wish the Turners the very best! Thanks for being part of our family.

” Glenn Allen Brooks “boasted of his active participation” in the riot and “sent photos of his attendance” to a text chat group full of church prayer members, a criminal complaint says.

At Pastor Tony Spell’s Sunday sermon this week, he preached a different kind of message than usual to his congregants: Don’t trust Covid-19 vaccines.”I’ll just tell you today, if being anti-mask and anti-vaccine is anti-government, then I’m proud to be anti-government,” Spell, who has made a national name for himself protesting Covid-19 rules in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, told Life Tabernacle Church congregants.He goes on to falsely state: “If you have a 99.6% survival rate, why do you want somebody to contaminate your bloodstream with something that may or may not hurt you?”

Yesterday I played Scrabble with my neighbor – in full view of our other neighbors! How riske’ – for me, because I described myself as a RECLUSE to my new friend, who described me as a “good writer”, which means she reads Royal Rosamond, as does the Ton of Lard, and Scary Witch, two Christian neighbors of mine who squealed with joy as El Lardo released her dog on Clark, the cat we had grown to love around here. But, because I confronted El Lardo about the condition of my sister’s biography I leant her, she conspired to make my life a living hell with five fellow Christians who live in my stairwell.

My fellow Scrabble Player turned out to be a writer, who is experiencing Writer’s Block. Our game took a back seat to a discussion about WB, that I told her I wanted to help her with. This was quite a scene that went on for two hours, or longer. We sat face to face at a little folding table, having one of the most interesting conversations I think we both had – here! I suggested she read Spoon River Anthology, a book I read when I was fourteen that encouraged me to become more than a poet. I told my neighbor I have been rehearsing a eulogy for my friend Ed who died two weeks ago. I told her I might get bumped from this farewell to the dead, for fear of what I might say. I am still hurt over being banned from attending my friend Jonny’s funeral I suspect for religious reasons. His mother is a Christian Scientist, and Mark Gall is pro-Israel and has evangelical friends. There may have been Zionist Jews from Israel present. If so, was my ex-friend afraid we would engage in a international argument about radical Christians employing Jews in their End Time cult, like we see above? Many Jewish leaders hate their flag being put next to an image of Jesus. I did not invent this angst. I just report on it as is my right.

My fellow Scrabble Player invited several people to come join the game. I told her when I first moved in there was a ongoing poker game in the rec room, and we can revive it. One of the Players was Alberta Hurt. We became fast friends. She drove a white Jaguar and wore a white leather hat. Aunt Bertie was a devout Christian who once ran a Jesus Farm. She would call her neighbors and beg them to watch a discourse on Revelations. She wished we could live on a commune – and all get along! For a year she begged me to go to Cowboy Church with her. I finally did, and, it was hilarious. She wanted to sit up front, where a guest Christian Cowboy went to town with a white rag, he stomping and hooting for a full hour – three feet from me! I sensed he was going to close HIS SHOW by laying hands on me – and bidding me to testify! That’s when I raised my hand, and said;

“Excuse me Reverend, but we got to leave. The sun has gone down and I suffer from night blindness especially on a two lane highway! I get blinded by the headlights!”

Alberta was not a happy Camper Cowgirl on the drive home on 99. She told me she wanted to read her poem ‘Richly’ but that minister – would not shut up!

“Why didn’t you tell me you wanted to read a poem. I would have interrupted that Texan, stood up and said; “Enough from you. Let’s hear from a Christian who really knows her stuff!”

I took two videos that were like the movie The Misfits, and I said so. When Alberta’s son was shown my post on our Western, her crazy son called me, and in a froth demanded I remove that post. When I met this guy, he demanded I start listening to Rush Limbaugh. He was highly suggesting this was required of all his mother’s friends. I removed my post and trashed the youtube videos of us, one, where she read her poem in the parking lot.

When Alberta moved, the personification of Pure Evil – took her place! Kim Hafner blamed her mother’s religious fanaticism for her obesity. Yet, she employed religious abouse against me. She used the wanted poster the Anarchists Wiccans made of me, to turn our neighbors against me, so they could bounce their faith off me, in the same manner Trump egged on his Christian followers to attack the Capitol – and hang Mike Pence!

I have decided to do a public discourse on King David and The Crucifixion, that will be published as soon as my REVELATIONS are done. I believe Kim will find a way to contact Alberta’s son, so he will threaten me some more. Freedom of Religion and Press mean nothing to him. He aches to be on the side that is winning.

Four years ago Aunt Bertie drove me out to her grave plot and showed me the empty place next to her space.

“John. Why don’t you buy this plot so we can rest together!”

We talked to the Plot People and I was not able to swing it with my Trust. I tell you, we are a divided nation. It is several million Christians against all non-Christians and the United States Government. I will explain whey this is such a PAYOFF for Christians, and has been for over two thousand years.

After our un-finished game, I went home and had dinner. I then got my book and read the first poem ‘The Hill’ and was reminded of the poem in Bucket of Blood.

Hello Aunt Bertie! Goodbye! God recognizes you as one of His Own, His very Best who obeys His commandment……Love one another!

Hello again – Owen! My Scrabble Ally hoped our neighbor would join us in the rec room. Like Owen, he too is a beer-aholic. Owen drank himself to death in public view. Bertie took in his dog, Nacho. His daughter manages an appartment complex on Harlow.

Drinking, rioting, thinking neither of wife nor kin,
Nor gold, nor love, nor heaven?
Lo! he babbles of the fish-frys of long ago,
Of the horse-races of long ago at Clary’s Grove,
Of what Abe Lincoln said
One time at Springfield.

Springfield Johnny ‘Beat Poet’

(41) A Bucket of Blood – a Roger Corman film (opening credits) – YouTube

Springfield Witch Hunt | Rosamond Press

(41) A Bucket of Blood – a Roger Corman film (opening credits) – YouTube

Many Evangelicals say they won’t be vaccinated against Covid-19. Some experts say distrust and misinformation have played a role – CNN

Health experts in the US and beyond agree that Covid-19 vaccines continue to be safe and highly effective at preventing Covid-19 infection, which has killed more than 560,000 Americans and infected more than 31 million.

Fauci warns ‘things are going to get worse’ with COVID (

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Spoon River Anthology – Wikipedia

As the country grapples with a surge in the delta variant of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dr. Anthony Fauci believes that lockdowns the country saw last year are likely to not return, though he warned “things will get worse” during an interview on ABC’s “This Week.”

New mask guidelines trigger backlash (

A Trump supporter was arrested after a church prayer group member sent texts to the FBI that showed him inside the Capitol Building on Jan. 6 (

  • Glenn Allen Brooks was arrested Friday for his alleged involvement with the Capitol riot on January 6.
  • Brooks texted selfies of himself inside the Capitol to a chat group full of church prayer members.
  • One of the group members then tipped off the FBI.
  • See more stories on Insider’s business page.

The FBI arrested a California man after receiving a tip of his involvement in the January 6 Capitol riot from a church prayer group member.

Glenn Allen Brooks “boasted of his active participation” in the riot and “sent photos of his attendance” to a text chat group full of church prayer members, a criminal complaint says.

A member of the group – who was not identified in the complaint – provided that information to the FBI, leading to Brooks’ arrest on Thursday.

Brooks on the day of the riot texted the group “a selfie photo of himself inside the Capitol,” the complaint, dated July 27, says. Weeks later, the unnamed group member passed it along to officials investigating the insurrection.

The FBI charged Brooks with “entering and remaining and disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds” and “disorderly conduct and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building.”

So far, at least 599 people have been charged in relation to the Capitol riot.

The Capitol riot left five people, including one police officer, dead. Members of the Proud Boys, which is classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, were reportedly present.

Organizers were emboldened by former President Donald Trump’s urges to protest the results of the 2020 election with him, despite Democrat Joe Biden’s election victory. While members of Congress were meeting inside the Capitol building day to certify the results and verify Biden’s presidency, supporters organized an attempted coup and stormed the Capitol building.

Earlier this year in February, insurrectionists scrambled to delete photos and social media posts proving their participation in the Capitol riot. Several broke their cellphones, scrubbed their social media accounts, and tried to wipe hard drives that might contain photos and other proof of their involvement.

Others, however, boasted of their involvement, making it easier for the FBI to catch and charge them.

White evangelical protestants are the most likely to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine out of all major religious groups in the US, with around 24 percent saying they won’t take the shot. 

New research from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows vaccine uptake and hesitancy differs among religious groups across America, with members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) second least likely to get vaccinated, with 19 percent of this group saying no to the shot, according to the survey.

Meanwhile, Jewish people are most likely of all religious groups to get the jab with 85 percent willing to get vaccinated, 8 percent describing themselves as hesitant and just 7 percent refusing to take it.

Covid US: Around 24% of white evangelical protestants say they won’t get vaccinated | Daily Mail Online

he name of God was everywhere during Wednesday’s insurrection against the American government. The mob carried signs and flag declaring jesus saves! and god, guns & guts made america, let’s keep all three. Some were participants in the Jericho March, a gathering of Christians to “pray, march, fast, and rally for election integrity.” After calling on God to “save the republic” during rallies at state capitols and in D.C. over the past two months, the marchers returned to Washington with flourish. On the National Mall, one man waved the flag of Israel above a sign begging passersby to say yes to jesus. “Shout if you love Jesus!” someone yelled, and the crowd cheered. “Shout if you love Trump!” The crowd cheered louder. The group’s name is drawn from the biblical story of Jericho, “a city of false gods and corruption,” the march’s website says. Just as God instructed Joshua to march around Jericho seven times with priests blowing trumpets, Christians gathered in D.C., blowing shofars, the ram’s horn typically used in Jewish worship, to banish the “darkness of election fraud” and ensure that “the walls of corruption crumble.”


The Jericho March is evidence that Donald Trump has bent elements of American Christianity to his will, and that many Christians have obligingly remade their faith in his image. Defiant masses literally broke down the walls of government, some believing they were marching under Jesus’s banner to implement God’s will to keep Trump in the White House. The group’s co-founders are essentially unknown in the organized Christian world. Robert Weaver, an evangelical Oklahoma insurance salesman, was nominated by Trump to lead the Indian Health Service but withdrew after The Wall Street Journal reported that he misrepresented his qualifications. Arina Grossu, who is Catholic, recently worked as a contract communications adviser at the Department of Health and Human Services. (Weaver and Grossu declined to comment. “Jericho March denounces any and all acts of violence and destruction, including any that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2021,” a PR spokesperson for the March wrote to me in an email after the publication of this article.) Still, they will have far more influence in shaping the reputation of Christianity for the outside world than many denominational giants: They helped stage a stunning effort to circumvent the 2020 election, all in the name of their faith. White evangelicals, in particular, overwhelmingly supported Trump in 2016 and 2020. Some of these supporters participated in the attack on the Capitol on Wednesday. But many in the country hold all Trump voters responsible—especially those who lent him the moral authority of their faith.

“The Hill”
Where are Elmer, Herman, Bert, Tom and Charley,
The weak of will, the strong of arm, the clown, the boozer, the fighter?
All, all are sleeping on the hill.
One passed in a fever,
One was burned in a mine,
One was killed in a brawl,
One died in a jail,
One fell from a bridge toiling for children and wife—
All, all are sleeping, sleeping, sleeping on the hill.
Where are Ella, Kate, Mag, Lizzie and Edith,
The tender heart, the simple soul, the loud, the proud, the happy one?—
All, all are sleeping on the hill.
One died in shameful child-birth,
One of a thwarted love,
One at the hands of a brute in a brothel,
One of a broken pride, in the search for heart’s desire;
One after life in far-away London and Paris
Was brought to her little space by Ella and Kate and Mag—
All, all are sleeping, sleeping, sleeping on the hill.
Where are Uncle Isaac and Aunt Emily,
And old Towny Kincaid and Sevigne Houghton,
And Major Walker who had talked
With venerable men of the revolution?—
All, all are sleeping on the hill.
They brought them dead sons from the war,
And daughters whom life had crushed,
And their children fatherless, crying—
All, all are sleeping, sleeping, sleeping on the hill.
Where is Old Fiddler Jones
Who played with life all his ninety years,
Braving the sleet with bared breast,
Drinking, rioting, thinking neither of wife nor kin,
Nor gold, nor love, nor heaven?
Lo! he babbles of the fish-frys of long ago,
Of the horse-races of long ago at Clary’s Grove,
Of what Abe Lincoln said
One time at Springfield.[2]

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