THE SAGA OF HOW PRINCESS CAKES WERE INVENTED

The Legend of why Princess Cakes were developed goes back many years, when Sweden had a Catholic Monarch, Queen Christina.  This became one of the most famous roles for Greta Garbo, Sweden's greatest export since the Vikings.

The Legend of why Princess Cakes were developed goes back many years, when Sweden had a Catholic Monarch, Queen Christina. This became one of the most famous roles for Greta Garbo, Sweden’s greatest export since the Vikings.

Once upon a time, when Queen Christina (1626-1689) was the last Catholic Monarch of Sweden, a little girl named Berta, was excited because it had been announced that Her Majesty would come by & visit her family. During the time all this was happening, there was much confusion for Sweden’s Catholic minority. They had to hide from the rest of the country & had Mass secretly in barns, or in taverns, or in kitchens–any place that they could come together & keep their practises secret from the Lutherans. Sometimes they had Masses in brothels. For some reason, they ended up with more converts that way.

Make no mistake about it!  The truth of the matter is that there is a Royal history behind every Princess Cake!

Make no mistake about it! The truth of the matter is that there is a Royal history behind every Princess Cake!


As it turned out, Queen Christina had forgotten to bring any tiara or crown. Berta & the whole village of Marsta (near the ancient Ecclesiastical centre of Uppsala) were very excited to host a visit from the Queen. But they were also sad because word had got out that the Queen, who was just as excited to see them, had, in her haste, left her crown back in Stockholm. Little Berta, only 12 years old, was an expert in creating wonderful baked goods for all sorts of special occasions. There was hardly a Baptism, First Communion, or Wedding, in her community that was not graced by one of her miraculous baked items. Little Berta (as did most of her peers) kept her Catholic religious ways a secret, but they had developed a way of speaking Latin backwards that made the Lutherans think that they were speaking in tongues. This was how they avoided persecution & kept in touch with each other. They would attend Lutheran Church, but had to do time & a half to secretly go to their own Church. It got to the point that some of the Lutheran parsons were secretly Catholic priests, and got married just to pretend that they were Lutherans. This created a sort of under the counter-culture where no one really knew for sure what was going on. Well, as I was saying Little Berta decided to bake a very small cake in the shape of a crown that Queen Christina would be able to wear. The frosting needed to have a hard outer crust, but not so hard as to crack. Berta thought & thought, then experimented till she came up with a recipe that has been handed down for many generations (since Xmas 1660) and now is in the cookbooks curated by Princess Melita Bonaparte.
#TheMostBeautifulWomanintheWorld, Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte, was honoured to pay tribute to Her Most Catholic Majesty, the late Queen Christina of Sweden, by wearing a duplicate of the renowned Princess Cake designed by Little Berta of Marsta, Sweden, back in 1660.

#TheMostBeautifulWomanintheWorld, Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte, was honoured to pay tribute to Her Most Catholic Majesty, the late Queen Christina of Sweden, by wearing a duplicate of the renowned Princess Cake designed by Little Berta of Marsta, Sweden, back in 1660.

The cake crown was an instant success, making Queen Christina the first Monarch in historic times to wear such a contrivance. It is now very seldom worn, but considered a pastry & sold as such at bakeries across the world.

Queen Christina, though long gone, still influences the world in ways that go beyond anything that she could have imagined during her lifetime. Princess Melita Bonaparte prays that there will once again be a Catholic Queen in Scandinavia, and that she will wear this Princess Crown, still preserved in a hidden location, during her coronation ceremony.
You can get these wonderful Princess Cakes even today. They sell them at #MollyStone’sMarket, right here in San Francisco. Just, remember, they original was intended to be worn as a crown. So, if you feel daring enough to relive history, you are paying tribute to Her Majesty Queen Christina of Sweden & her hopes of Eternal Salvation!
Even if you are not Catholic, you may touch the hem of Eternal Salvation & Swedish history by going to #MollieStone- a delightful store that sells Princess Cakes. Do be fearless in your newly found devotion to both Princess Melita Bonaparte & to the Memory of Queen Christina of Sweden! Be daring, wear your Princess Cake with pride, with authority. Your life will be forever changed by the experience!

Be a part of real history that was celebrated by folklore, and made into a film starring Greta Garbo. #MollieStone'sMarket is waiting for you, yes YOU to get your very own piece of history now!  Hurry!

Be a part of real history that was celebrated by folklore, and made into a film starring Greta Garbo. #MollieStone’sMarket is waiting for you, yes YOU to get your very own piece of history now! Hurry!


You Tube of Greta Garbo in the Film Queen Christina

Published on 10 Oct 2012

– “What are you doing?”

– “I’ve been memorizing this room. In the future, in my memory, I shall live a great deal in this room.”

This story, as told to me by Her Imperial Highness, #TheMostBeautifulWomanintheWorld is (as they say in #Washington, D.C.) a true fact. Every word has been verified as true by the #BonaparteFamilyAssociation.
#QueenChristinaofSweden
#MarstaSweden

Film Noir 2014-Tres puntos de vista de México/3 Views of Mexico

Yesterday, I watched 5 full length feature films–my eyes came out as special effects, but it was well worth the time. Day Two of Film Noir 12 started with three films which featured the culture of Mexico as the background of the stories that were being told. The first film was an American view of Mexico, the second & third films were produced in Mexico, showing how Mexico sees it’s own reflection while peering in the cultural mirror as reflected & told in 1951.

The first film starred Ricardo Montalban–in English the film was released as BORDER INCIDENT, in Spanish, INCIDENT de FRONTIERE. Many aspects of this film are still very much a part of both cultures, that of the United States & of Mexico. In a general sense, those of us who live North of the Mexican border depend upon those who are born South of the Mexican border to do the work we don’t want to do–harvesting the crops that make the food for menus in fancy restaurants or food courts possible. Generally speaking, children born North don’t work, children born South, know nothing else but work. Can one imagine a child attending Beverly Hills High School having to work the fields on weekends? The film focuses on the illegal trafficking of human beings who end up working for menial wages. It’s a form of slavery, indentured servitude, that has thrived since the World War II era. Before that, California agribusiness was supplied with people who fled the droughts in Oklahoma. Now the Grapes of Wrath that are celebrated with artful wine labels with grapes grown in Napa Valley, and other areas, are harvested by mostly by agricultural workers from Mexico. The dynamics of the work force for this industry have not changed much since 1949, when this film was released. Time has only provided more complex levels of technology to aid and abet in the crime of human slavery & border enforcement against the illegalities ends up sort of like the war against drugs, a counter-productive effort that was designed only to allow the rich to win. It’s a lose-lose if you are brown & are born South of the fabled border.

YOU TUBE OF METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER’S VIEW OF MEXICO-1949
BORDER INCIDENT-Starring Ricardo Montalban & George Murphy.

Film Number Two dealt with a fraudulent fortune-teller. That’s sort of like having a fake Titian, and telling house guests that you got it from the Gallery down the street. Little matter how one may personally feel about the subject, seems like every small town North of the Border has at least one, ready, willing,and able to tell the unfortunate who have a need to know when their unemployment checks will end (and part of those checks go to support that need!). It seems they must thrive South too. One of my impoverished Grandmother’s managed to find money to pay one, just wonder if he told her that she’d end up poor & that her children would inherit the wind? In this film, the slime bag in question redeems himself in the end by giving some of his ill-gotten money to an illiterate woman whose son was killed in the Korean War. I had to go home & look up the role of Mexico in the Korean war–and you can read about this by searching–(http://www.historyrocket.com/American-History/timeline/1950-1999/korean-war/Roles-Of-Mexican-Americans-In-Korean-War.html). So, there was a history lesson there for us that was never taught in our North high schools. The main lesson this film has to offer is chicanery pays, but only in the short-term. The palm reader had beautiful hands–amazingly beautiful hands & I suppose that was appropriate. Maybe someday, I will make it to the Tenderloin, and pretend to want to know what the future has in store for me—“My child, you will be instrumental in the Restoration of the Greek Monarchy & go on to become a famous film star & Hollywood Royalty.”

YOU TUBE OF En la palma de tu mano (In The Palm Of Your Hand)-1951

The third film of the Mexican Trilogy was as hard-core & real as it gets. This one dealt with women whose work was not in the fields, but in the bed. The world’s oldest profession was explored without any hint of wink & nod, but with complete & unblinking candour that told of a slavery that was based upon women who had only one option to survive in a man’s world, and that was to sell their bodies as directed. Here we call their managers pimps–but the general idea is the same. The abuse & shame that went with this territory was not glossed over. The women had their night club dance acts as fronts, while the real money was made after the applause was over. They kept doctors in business with clap of a different meaning. The mistake of having a child, and the choice of keeping the child versus having a “career” was @ the core of this film’s plot. It was a vivid exploration of what happens after the Night Club closes. In the programme notes a quotation is recalled by André Breton, “In Europe we talk about surrealism, in Mexico they live it every day.”

YOU TUBE OF VICTIMS OF SIN/Víctimas del Pecado-1951

Surrealism from Mexcio

“I’m Just Saying” (What does this Junque Talk Mean?)

Facebook is full of junque talk. “I’m just saying” seems to be the thing to say after admitting to some heinous fantasy or confessing that you just murdered someone you used to love, or that you know how to get the Crown Jewels wholesale. It’s scary to think that elementary school teachers will roll their eyes, and tell the story of Peter Rabbit, and then end it with “I’m just saying,” rather than anything about living “happily ever after.”

Hmmm, come to think of it, that may be where junque talk got it’s start!?

Get Ready Selfie, move over, that word is soooo 3rd quarter 2013–It’s junque talk that will replace all the parvenue parlance –and it started right here on my Bonaparte Family Association Word Press. Finally it happened.

Seriously, just listen, and determine for yourself if anything was said here that makes sense…

AND I THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO BE WENDY HO, A WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE!

And to digress–went to a lovely restaurant on Castro Street, San Francisco, for Thanksgiving Dinner. Three young men were seated across the aisle from our table. They spent 95% of their time engaged in texting on their MOBILE DEVICES. They did not relate to each other in a human manner. This is SICK! This is WRONG! This is DYSFUNCTIONAL! “I’m just saying!”

The Most Precious Paper Napkin In The World

When having a party, one could easily use a paper towel, instead of a napkin, or a plain napkin, rather than a decorative napkin. People, when possible, seems to lean towards decoration & adding visual allure to brighten things up. Art, in many settings, it’s just our human nature to have & enjoy it.

Decorative paper napkins are no more functional than a paper towel, they just look nicer & add a detail to a party environment, making it feel & look nicer.

Having napkins that are decorative can be seasonal–Xmas, Fourth of July, Halloween. Or, they can be for parties that lend themselves to themes, such as baby showers, weddings, graduations, birthdays. Then, there are parties that have no connection to generally understood themes, parties for the sake of parties. They, too, are deserving of having art, and art does not have to be limited to images that are enhanced by frames & hanged on walls. Art, and the joy of art, can be part of the party scene. The only limits are your budget and/or your access to an outlet that sells such items.

The Most Precious Paper Napkin in the World--Special Award Given by Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte.

The Most Precious Paper Napkin in the World–Special Award Given by Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte. “We hereby dedicate this most beautiful paper napkin in the entire world,from all my united subjects, to Patrick Stewart.”

If you think a coffee table book should be made about this topic, please leave your comments (or outraged reactions against such a project) in the space so kindly & Providentially provided by WordPress.com below…below the You Tube video…

And Here Is How Many Disposable Paper Products (Even Party Napkins) Start–You Tube From India Showing The Start Of Becoming Functional & Disposable Paper Product.

Miksi prinsessa Melita Bonaparte VIHAA huulirasva & Vauva nimi Kotisivuilla

Kun Royal , yksi ei saa nimetätyttölapsia Ashley . Kun Imperial , yksi ei saa nimetäpoika lapsi Sakarias , ellei hänen isänsä oli kuningas hallitseva noin olematon kansallisvaltio , nyt valta Hänen keisarillinen korkeutensa prinsessa Melita Bonaparte . Faddish nimiä vain ei palvele mitään hyvää tarkoitusta . He jatkuvasti väärin kirjoitettu , unpronounceable , ja tehdäsiirtotie täytyy käydä läpi lukemattomia selityksiä siitä, millaisia ​​lääkkeitä olivat muotia aikana ennen tiineyden . Emme väitä , että kaikki pojat nimeksi Sue , eikä kaikki tytöt nimeksi John , emmekä tuepäinvastaista. Aivan , kiitos , älä käytä sivustoja nimeämiseen lapsellesi.

Paras käyttö vauvan nimi sivustot w Ould on käyttää niitä ohjeiden , sitten poimiakunnon nimi suvussa , taiainutlaatuinen ( mutta ei ahdistavia ) nimi, jota suosivat ja nimetä lapsi . Syksy onkausi . Jos Syksy tulee olla valitettavaa valinta ( jaBritannian kuninkaallinen perhe on nytSeason in the Family ) , milloin Winter kidutetaan osaksi Wynterin , ja tullutnimi ?

Nyt , kuten huulirasva , Hänen keisarillinen korkeutensa ei pidä siitä . On mahdotonta hänen käyttää sitä ja aiheuttaa hänelle mitään loppua riippuvuutta käyttäytymistä , kuten pureskella huuliaan , tai etsii jatkuvastitavaraa, joka näyttää aina ottaaomaa elämäänsä olemalla Lost & tarvitse olla ilmaisulla . Ei saa olla paljon rahaa Lost & Found huulivoiteet , mutta se voisi ollahyvää liiketoimintaa rahoittaa jos ei ole mitään muuta parempaa tekemistä oman onnen , ja Walmart on pois oman tuotemerkin . Ei ja huulirasva , se ei ole hyvä paperimassaa huulet , anyway . Ei outo Internet – pohjainen vauvan nimiä . Jos aiot käyttää huulirasva ja napauttamalla pois teidän matkapuhelin etsivät joitakin törkeää nimivauva , olet vaarassa pysäyttämisestä @ aseella , menettää kukkaro , mobiililaitteiden ja säilyttäenhuulirasva ilman kantta , joka on eksynyt kaikkihälinä .

Ne Bonaparte Bee-pistetty huulet on siellä auttaa sinua siirtymistä käytä huulirasva. Ja kun kiusaus keksiä Internet-pohjainen nimet lapsellesi, lue huuliani, "Don" T! "

Ne Bonaparte Bee-pistetty huulet on siellä auttaa sinua siirtymistä käytä huulirasva. Ja kun kiusaus keksiä Internet-pohjainen nimet lapsellesi, lue huuliani, “Don’t! “

One Is The Lonliest Number–Or Is This A Cult Thing?

And when three gets left out, there’s no where to go but back to the drawing board! What do these strange numbers mean? Your comments about this mystery are most welcome. I see this around San Francisco frequently, and wonder if this is a new cult. If so, why did I miss out on it? Surely, there needs to be one to follow Melita Bonaparte!

Report this to the Bureau of Missing Numbers.  They look sort of pretty, but is there a subliminal message being sent here?

Report this to the Bureau of Missing Numbers. They look sort of pretty, but is there a subliminal message being sent here?

The Story of How It All Got Started-A Long Time Ago

Just watch the simple You Tube, a couple of times if it’s too much information–that’s okay, just let it soak in…

No more sheep!

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