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080817 YOUR SUCCESS AS A WRITER: POCKET MOUSE’S QUICK GUIDE AND TIPS TO SUCCESSFUL WRITING BY JCANGELCRAFT

“Do no evil that ye be not separated from the goodness of this world. Think not nor talk poorly of anyone lest you reveal your poverty and allow God to judge this world.” –   JC Angelcraft

EXCERPTS FROM MARY’S LETTERS

……Nuns however seem impervious to the epidemic. If only God smiled down on the people of liverpool, I might pray more and listen more to talk about God. However, our Sisters tell me this epidemic has nothing to do with God. That makes me feel better and seeing them every day gives me the strength I need to continue working.   FROM CHAPTER 9 OF MARY’S LETTERS.

080817 YOUR SUCCESS AS A WRITER: POCKET MOUSE’S QUICK GUIDE AND TIPS TO SUCCESSFUL WRITING BY JCANGELCRAFT

Writing is not as easy as you might think and people may disagree, but self-confidence has a lot to do with being a writer.  Making sure you take time to keep a healthy mind and heart also help.  In pondering this first segment to the free version digital Pocket Mouse version How to be a great writer, I am going to start with a few pointers and for some people this may be all that they need.

In order to be a successful writer:

  • You need to be and write confidently and regardless how much you have written and how much your work has been tampered with, you know and are confident in you’re abilities as a writer.

  • In order to be a successful writer you also need to be secure in your education and your ethics and knowing everything is going to work out.

  • Dedicating your work to something other than your own self and fame money and riches also has something to do with your success as a writer.

  • Writers love writing and being inspired to write.

  • Writers have and build upon great imaginations fostered by the collective experiences of their life or lives in the case of spiritually enlightened.

  • We all have the potential to be spiritually enlightened.

  • Your first step to being a great writer is to ask and pray to God for help and commit yourself to being a writer.

  • The second step is go to your local library and having God’s blessing almost any “How to write NOVEL”  book will give you the basic mechanics to consider using and there are many and no limits to how you use them.

  • Lastly the most successful writers are satisfied with their work whether or not they make any money off their writing. These kind of people are winners the moment they start and finish their project.

 WRITTEN BY JCANGELCRAFT

Do no evil that ye be not separated from the goodness of this world. Think not nor talk poorly of anyone lest you reveal your poverty and allow God to judge this world.” –   JC Angelcraft

…when I could in fact unveil to them the musteries of life and death – JC Angelcraft 

Marys notes:  My study of the brain took many years to understand and to think of this science during the times of Plato as my father would so likely have it, it feels a bit to me preposterous thinking of the crude instruments used by men just beginning to learn the science.

It pains me that I cannot better impart my discoveries with other doctors who would make me a nurse if not a wife barefoot and pregnant doing nothing more than giving them children when I could in fact unveil to them the mysteries of life and death.  Men can be so stupid.

I look at my Father’s diagrams with awe and wonder and even dread as he writes about the wrrior cannibals from New Zealand who eat the brains of their dearly departed to retain their wisdom after they have died and wonder what use is this to anyone but some gypsy doctor in some part of the arctic world where there are no hospitals or food to eat.

The average doctors can be such presumptions monsters and such egoists and so many lacking a great of detail in their autopsies very unlike my father who spent many an hour pondering over the brains of one John Doe wondering what part the brains played in resurrecting a man back to life.

CHAPTER 8 CONTINUED 

Ticket no. 062420170729 an excerpt from Mary’s letters

1 Rue de la Bastille Paris, France 75004 Le bureau de JV Agnvs Dei Verbvm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Fivs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum est et Rex Regum et Reginarum nom de plume JCAngelcraft Rex Angeli in gratia Espiritvs Sancti La Couronne Monde Château Versailles Place d’Armes,78000 France

 

 Alive only hours ago, his wretched pale face now resembles a ghost, a monster’s face, dark with woe and in death. A light catches upon his countenance. Water stains appeared as if tears ran down his face and left traces of their presence staining white the wrinkles on his skin. Such ceaseless tears their flow unable to quench the despair almost as if to say oh cursed am I in death. continued

1 Rue de la Bastille Paris, France 75004 Le bureau de JV Agnvs Dei Verbvm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Fivs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum est et Rex Regum et Reginarum nom de plume JCAngelcraft Rex Angeli in gratia Espiritvs Sancti La Couronne Monde Château Versailles Place d’Armes,78000 France

 

 

REINCARNATION: LOOK TO THE MYSTERIES

01. FOR THOSE WHO PRAY THE ROSARY & THOSE WHO DARE TO BELIEVE – LOOK TO THE MYSTERIES OF THE ROSARY

02. Though we long as believers for God to manifest our heresy shuts our eyes and closes our ears.   Look to the mysteries

03. More, we have failed to see him away from his chains and apart from his cross so then how can we know who we truly are?  Look to the mysteries.

04. Our good works are written by his hand and our souls and each of our lives are judged by him.   Look to the mysteries

05. Of the many gods there is only one,  the same God that through the mysteries gives man and women the manifestation they need to bless their troubled souls. Yes the mysteries, the mysteries of the Virgin who was Eve who is love and who is who was and is to come like your own souls.  Look to the mysteries

06. There is only one God.

07.  And the two who were forged by our Holy Spirit are one flesh and one spirit and since the Garden they have never been separated.  Look to the mysteries

08. More, we have failed to see her away from the foot of his burden and apart from his cross so then how can we know who we truly are? Look to the mysteries.

09. Oh my children, In the cultures of each nation Have I forged thy beauty,  in my heart unseen to your eyes, have I forged your smiles.

10. In the chromosomes of life are the conduits, conduits used to develop your spiritual natures.

11. Perfected in each incarnation and in each blood-line are your souls that upon God’s will can be changed on a whim.  Look to the mysteries.

12. Though you come from Adam and Eve and forged by God, you are also the descendents of the divine son your father.

13. You are the sons and daughters of him and her through the Holy Spirit  and through the generations and through Israel and Africa have we been together lo in every nation have we existed for you must be born again.  Look to John 3:3

14. Each color of the human race you must eventually experience.  though as whites you may not like it, changing your color and culture through reincarnation is intended to cure the vexation of my fallen children who having lost their angelic beauty and some always want to be white.   Look to the mysteries

15. And In you my turtle doves -my divine right – is found the beauty of the graceful expression of the women of many colors.  Look to the mysteries

16. In you my children have I loved every pigment of the spectrum that like silk- adorns your flesh in each incarnation with the beauty of your spirit. Look to the mysteries

17. And In every good creed and every good religion have you worshipped me by your side side lighting candles for the sake of Holiness. Look to the Mysteries

18.  Written by JV AGNVS DEI VERBVM DEI SON ALTESSE ROYALE JOSE MARIA CHAVIRA MS ADAGIO 1ST PROMIGENITVS  FILVS DEI HOMINIS ESPIRITVS  DOMINUS DOMINORUM EST ET REG REGUM ET REGINARUM NOME DE PLUME JCANGELCRAFT

17.  I AM IN FACEBOOK  

18. LOOK FOR ME ALSO AT ETERNITYS QUILL BEFORE THE SWORD

 

 

VANITY FAIRS AMY FINE COLLINS MEETS GIVANCHY

On the subject of Audrey Hepburn, Cecil Beaton once tartly observed “Nobody ever looked like her before World War II. Now thousands of imitations have appeared. The woods are full of emaciated young ladies with rat-nibbled hair and moon pale faces.”

Like mushrooms after rain, suddenly a whole new generation of Audrey clones has sprung up in the forest. Obsessed with the waifish actress, they aspire not only to look like her but to dress the part as well. Divining the trend early, the department store Barneys launched a collection inspired by Hepburn’s dresses, culled from her personal and cinematic wardrobes.

Scores of fashion designers have since hopped aboard the Audrey bandwagon, peddling a head-to-heel neo-Hepburn look featuring fitted shifts and low, ladylike pumps. And this month Paramount Pictures is bringing out its remake of Billy Wilder’s 1954 Sabrina, the Cinderellaesque Hepburn classic which defined her image for the rest of her career.

All of this Audrey revivalism has been noted with extreme curiosity by the late actress’s close friend couturier Hubert de Givenchy, who first dressed the star in Sabrina and ended up creating her wardrobe for seven subsequent film roles, as well as for private life.

Ironically, this renewed—adulation of le style Audrey Hepburn is peaking just as Givenchy is retiring from the house he founded in 1952. This month English wunderkind John Galliano will replace the veteran couturier, who in October showed the final collection of his 43-year career.

CONTINUED AT VANITY FAIR 

 

“ONCE UPON A TIME…” KARL LAGERFELD

Paris June 26, 1837

My Dearest Virgina

I received your letter just the other day and I am delighted you have chosen America as the place to where you will practice medicine.

Despite your inquests,  I myself am still not sure where my career will take me, but I have no doubts that God has called me to be a doctor like my Father.

And if there was ever any doubts in me as to how to ply my trade, it was when I was a little girl as  to what I should do with the left over parts of my frog experiments or what I should wear on Christmas day.? But now that I am and have become I doctor as you so well know and I shall confess to you what you have always known about me and somehow I shall resurrect my father’s spirit through some might interpret my jests as monstrous. ….

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