The Fraud of “English” History

In the daytime prisons of the public fooling system, where children are indoctrinated with answers to questions they are discouraged from asking themselves, it is commonly accepted without diligent investigation that the land which has become known as “England” was populated by barbarous pagan savages, prior to its conquest by Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Norman invaders. […]

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The True Origins of Christianity

“The book Caesar’s Messiah shows that Jesus was the invention of the Roman Imperial Court. Their purpose: to offer a vision of a “peaceful Messiah” who would serve as an alternative to the revolutionary leaders who were rocking first-century Israel and threatening Rome. This discovery is based on the parallels found between the Gospels and […]

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Ystorya Brenhined y Brytanyeit Jesus MS. LXI

Also called the “Ystorya Brenhined y Brytanyeit” Jesus MS. LXI Prologue Bryttaen, the best of the islands, which used to be called the white island,* situated as it is* in the western ocean between Ffraink1 and Iwerddon2, [extends] eight hundred miles in its length and two hundred in its width, and whatsoever men must needs […]

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The Bank, Rothschilds & the Gold Standard

BANK OF ENGLAND ACT 1694 Tonnage Act 1694 Bank of England Charter 1694 Bank of England Act 1833 1844 bank charter act Coinage Act 1870 International Monetary Conference 1878 Coinage Act 1884 Rothschild Letter Currency and Bank Notes Act 1914 Currency and Bank Notes (Amendment) Act Interim Report of the Cunliffe Committee 1918 Treaty of […]

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Ourstorical Downloads

OURSTORY OF THE ISLANDS OF BRITAIN Historical Triads Saint Paul in Britain, R.W. Morgan The Origin of British Christianity History of the British Kings History of Britain by R W MORGAN (1848) Arthurian portion of Roman de Brut Anglo-Saxon Chronicles Ancient Laws of Cambria   Share:

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English v Ecclesiastical Law

CHARTER OF LIBERTIES, 1100 CE Henry, king of the English, to Bishop Samson and Urso de Abetot and all his barons and faithful, both French and English, of Worcestershire, [copies were sent to all the shires] greeting. 1. Know that by the mercy of God and the common counsel of the barons of the whole […]

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Thomas Paine on Masonry

IT is always understood that Free-Masons have a secret which they carefully conceal; but from every thing that can be collected from their own accounts of Masonry, their real secret is no other than their origin, which but few of them understand; and those who do, envelope it in mystery. The Society of Masons are […]

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The Theft of the Commons

The Theft of the Commons

In the following short history of enclosure, Simon Fairlie describes how the progressive enclosure of commons over several centuries has deprived most of the British people of access to agricultural land. The historical process bears little relationship to the “Tragedy of the Commons”, the theory which ideologues in the neoliberal era adopted as part of […]

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The Comet of 562

There are times in the life of any diligent seeker of truth when the enormity of a discovery far outweighs the lack of a sufficiently cogent synthesis of tens of thousands of hours of other people’s work. In these circumstances it is generally best to disclose the pertinent information, whilst asking those who are interested […]

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Great British History of Fraud

Lord Chief Justice Fortescue observes,—” In the time of all the different nations and kings who have governed Britain, it has always been governed by the same customs as form the base of its laws at present. If these ancient British customs had not been most excellent—reason, justice, and the love of their country, would […]

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Taliesin

IN times past there lived in Penllyn a man of gentle lineage, named Tegid Voel, and his dwelling was in the midst of the lake Tegid, and his wife was called Caridwen. And there was born to him of his wife a son named Morvran ab Tegid, and also a daughter named Creirwy, the fairest […]

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Britain: Key to World History

THIS VOLUME is a companion work to The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain in which I endeavoured to prove by evidence, gathered over a wide field from ancient and modern sources, that the British Isles were highly civilised from the earliest times, and, indeed, that Britain may be proudly enthroned as the true and original mother […]

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Morgan’s History of Britain

HISTORY of BRITAIN FROM THE FLOOD TO A.D. 700 Compiled from the various ancient records BY RICHARD WILLIAMS MORGAN _________________________________ London THE MARSHALL PRESS, LTD. MILFORD LANE STRAND W.C.2 1933 Printed in Great Britain by The Marshall Press, Ltd., London. INTRODUCTION THE history of the great Gomeric or Kimbric race consti­tutes the grandest drama of […]

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The Three Arthurian Romances

THE LADY OF THE FOUNTAIN KING ARTHUR 3a was at Caerlleon upon Usk 3b; and one day he sat in his chamber; and with him were Owain the son of Urien 3c, and Kynon 3d the son of Clydno 3e, and Kai the son of Kyner 3f; and Gwenhwyvar 3g and her handmaidens at needlework […]

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The Native Tales

HERE IS THE STORY OF LLUDD AND LLEVELYS Beli the Great, the son of Manogan, had three sons, Lludd, and Caswallawn, and Nynyaw; and according to the story he had a fourth son called Llevelys. And after the death of Beli, the kingdom of the Island of Britain fell into the hands of Lludd his […]

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Nennius’ Historia Brittonum

History Of The Britons (Historia Brittonum) by Nennius Translated by J. A. Giles I. The Prologue. 1. Nennius, the lowly minister and servant of the servants of God, by the grace of God, disciple of St. Elbotus,* to all the followers of truth sendeth health. * Or Elvod, bishop of Bangor, A.D. 755, who first […]

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From Vortigern to King John

CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE FROM A. D. 426 to 1211: EXTRACTED from the RED BOOK of HERGEST. From the age of Vortigern to the Battle of Badon, which Arthur and his nobles fought with the Saxons, when Arthur and his nobles were victorious, 128 years. [554] From the Battle of Badon to that of Camlan, 22 years. […]

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Life of Gildas by the Monk of Ruys

1. ST. GILDAS, born in the very fertile district of Arecluta, and descended from his father Caunus, a most noble and Catholic man, was desirous, from his very boyhood, to follow Christ with all the affection of his heart. The district of Arecluta, as it forms a part of Britain, took its name from a […]

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The Life of Gildas by Caradoc

The Life of Gildas by Caradoc of Llancarfan ca. 1130-1150. 1. Nau [Caw–MJ], the king of Scotia, was the noblest of the kings of the north. He had twenty-four sons, victorious warriors. One of these was named Gildas, whom his parents engaged in the study of literature. He was a boy of good natural disposition, […]

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