Jon Presco | 7 Jan 17:14 2010
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The Divine Rose of the World

The Divine Rose of the World

On January 7, 2010, I am reading some of the Roza Mira text for the first time that I discovered on the web six
days ago. I am astounded! It is like Andreev and I have been kept in isolation from each other, we alas able to
meet and compare our life work - as proof, as evidence our vision is pure, and we are not mad! We have come to
awaken Sleeping Beauty who was named Rosamond. I am no longer alone on my quest! I have been vindicated by a
fellow prophet who was arrested the year my sister was born (1947) for reading the Roza Mira to a circle of friends.
http://www.roseofworld.org/book_eng.htm
Here is Andreev's vision of the White Horse.

"We wait in anticipation for the White Horseman-the Rose of the World, the golden age of humanity! Nothing
will be able to forestall the coming of the last, Pale Horseman: Gagtungr will see the one he has been
preparing for so many centuries born in human form. But the era of the Rose of the World will immeasurably
reduce the number of spiritual victims. It will succeed in raising a number of generations of ennobled
humanity. It will give spiritual fortitude to millions, even billions, of those wavering. By warning
about the coming Antichrist, and pointing him out and unmasking him when he appears, by cultivating
unshakeable faith within human hearts and a grasp of the metahistorical perspectives and global
spiritual prospects within human minds, it will insure generations and generations against the
temptations of the future spawn of darkness."

He was arrested in 1947 for reading his work to his circle of friends. Accused of anti-Soviet activities, he
was sentenced to twenty five years in prison. His wife, Alla Andreeva, was sentenced to a labor camp.
Andreev's writings were destroyed

That grandiose book of occult lore, the Tarot, has the symbol of the rose pressed within its pages. Perhaps
the most significant image in the deck is that portraying Death. This card retains its image and its number
throughout the history of the Tarot. Its likely origin is in the Black Death which swept Europe in 1348 and
which became a popular image for artists and writers in the centuries that followed. In the renowned pack
published by Waite, Death in black armor is riding a white horse. He carries in his left hand a flag on which
is a white rose on a black field. 
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Jon Presco | 7 Jan 17:39 2010
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The Sanctity of The Rose

The Sanctity of The Rose

I will be comparing the Roza Mira Prophecy to world events, and other literary themes, such as the Priory de
Sion, and Denis de Rougemont's vision of a United Europe. But first I will mend the rent in the fateful bond
between my late sister and, the world famous artist, Rosamond, who gave me credit for her success. So
sudden was her fame, she was never able to form a Artistic Identity, and asked me to help her. When I declined
she turned to her father for help. This man corrupted her - and his family! 
What destiny had in store for the two creative children he sired, is now manifest in the text of the Roza Mira
Prophecy, for the Great Work can never be spoiled or corrupted, and indeed, the attempt to so is the proof of
True Ownership! The faux roses, are never tested, never brought in from the Garden, never put in the
Sancturary. 
I began my autobiography in 1992, two years before Christine Rosamond Benton died. It began with the angel
my two sisters saw at the foot of Christine's bed. For years I wondered if this angel was Fair Rosamond. I
believe our creative endeavor is meant to bring the Roza Mira to America.

Song of Songs.2:2. As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters. 
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"I picture an international organization, both political and cultural in nature, setting as its aim the
transformation of the state through the consistent implementation of far-reaching reforms. The
crucial stage in the fulfillment of that aim will be the founding of the Global Federation of Independent
States." 
Daniel Andreev
"At the height of its activities, scores of artists and intellectuals across a surprisingly broad
political spectrum were involved with the Committee either as invited members, as participants in its
numerous campaigns and programs, or as correspondents. But Diana Josselson, whose husband, Michael,
ran the Congress for Cultural Freedom, told Ms. Stonor Saunders that there were real human costs among
those around the world who innocently cooperated with the agency's front organizations only to be tarred
with a C.I.A. affiliation when the truth came out." 
http://roseofworld.org/
http://www.bilderberg.org/ccf.htm
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Jon Presco | 21 Jan 01:07 2010
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The Last Time I Saw My Muse

The Last Time I Saw My Muse

Yesterday, as I walked to the dentist, I composed words for the image of Rena and I in our tent. This scene will
be at the end of my story about my Muse, who is Rena Christiansen. When I got home, I searched for her again on
the computer with my cursor. Something caught my eye, and I looked out the window and beheld a rainbow. I
went out on my balcony so I could see the whole arc. Standing there in awe, another rainbow appear, and lay
itself upon the first. With my soul resonating I said; 

"She restoreth my pallet and soul, then lifteth me up to heaven to paint rainbows."

The words I had already composed, were;

"And she lifteth me up and carry me over the river and sea, then up to a mountain top. From there, she taketh me
into the clouds, to be amongst the stars, and I beheld the Kingdom of Beauty and Truth."

Perhaps I have been too harsh on Rena, but she broke my heart. She did this not to be cruel, but to show me she got
it, she got me, she understood the lessons I had been giving her. And now, it was time for us to part. 

She had taken me to the University Museum, the Home of the Muse, and it was empty but for she and I. When she was
finished showing me her favorite images, we went outside and sat on the steps. It was a grey sad day. Then,
Rena stretched out her beautiful form on the steps, and gently lay her head on my lap and embraced my legs.
Her green cape flowed down the granite stairs. I stroked her beautiful head and shoulder, and she closed
her eyes. 
This beautiful being maketh a painting for me, for us, that I will do my best to make sure - will live forever!
Here are the Archetypes, in Greece long ago, sitting on the stairs of the Temple of Art. Behold the Artist
and his Muse, and hear the rustling of angel rings.
There was a reverent silence as we worshipped each other for the last time. Then I heard the great roar of a
crowd close by.
"What was that?" I asked Rena, and not opening her eyes, she said;
"That's coming from the stadium. There's a football game today! We must have scored."
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Jon Presco | 21 Jan 07:37 2010
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Rena Christiansen

Rena Christiansen

I am trying to contact Rena Chistiansen, born Irene Christiansen in 1953. She went to Grand Island Senior
High School, and the University of Nebraska. She lived on the Isle of Wight in 1990. She was married to an
Admiral and was a widow at the time with two children.

We spent the summer of 1970 in Monte Rio California. My name is Greg Presco. My phone number is 541 844-1974

I did several paintings of Rena Christiansen, one in 1971, and another 1972. The later influenced my late
sister, Christine Rosamond Benton, to take up art. She became world famous, and is the artist known as
'Rosamond'. I am writing a story about Rena Christian who was my Muse, and Rosamond's Muse.

John Gregory Presco

braskewitz <at> yahoo.com

http://the-bohemian-register.blogspot.com/2010/01/rena-christiansen-i-am-trying-to.html

http://the-bohemian-register.blogspot.com/2010/01/search-for-peace-if-i-could-be-where.html 
http://rosamond-benton.blogspot.com/2007/06/christine-rosamond-benton.html

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Jon Presco | 21 Jan 07:38 2010
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Rena Christiansen

Rena Christiansen

I am trying to contact Rena Chistiansen, born Irene Christiansen in 1953. She went to Grand Island Senior
High School, and the University of Nebraska. She lived on the Isle of Wight in 1990. She was married to an
Admiral and was a widow at the time with two children.

We spent the summer of 1970 in Monte Rio California. My name is Greg Presco. My phone number is 541 844-1974

I did several paintings of Rena Christiansen, one in 1971, and another 1972. The later influenced my late
sister, Christine Rosamond Benton, to take up art. She became world famous, and is the artist known as
'Rosamond'. I am writing a story about Rena Christian who was my Muse, and Rosamond's Muse.

John Gregory Presco

braskewitz <at> yahoo.com

http://the-bohemian-register.blogspot.com/2010/01/rena-christiansen-i-am-trying-to.html

http://the-bohemian-register.blogspot.com/2010/01/search-for-peace-if-i-could-be-where.html 
http://rosamond-benton.blogspot.com/2007/06/christine-rosamond-benton.html

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