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Brutus of Troy, the Prophecy of Diana and the Founding of Britain

Brutus of Troy, the Prophecy of Diana and the Founding of Britain

Under the influence!

This article was first published on 14th December 2017 on #FolkloreThursday.com titled British Legends — The Founding of Britain: Brutus of Troy and the Prophecy of Diana by zteve t evans

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Brutus of Troy

Brutus of Troy was a legendary Trojan exile who some medieval chroniclers claimed was responsible for the founding of Britain. They maintained that he was the first King of Britain and named the island, its people, and its language after himself. He built the city that would eventually become London, and gave laws to allow people to live in peace. The story of Brutus of Troy first appears in the work Historia Britonum or The History of Britons (ca AD 829), which is often attributed to the medieval chronicler Nennius. He is also mentioned later in more detail in Historia Regum Britanniae or History of the Kings of Britain, written in about 1136 by…

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Forbidden Welsh Archaeology: Underground 7 M. lead plate atop pyramid

Forbidden Welsh Archaeology: Underground 7 M. lead plate atop pyramid

Ancient Patriarchs

GarndiffaithPyramidAnthony Williams has been researching the archaeology of Garndiffaith and surrounding areas since the 1980’s. His friend Dennis Nash was working on a building site as a labourer in Garndiffaith in 1968. Whilst digging the foundations for new council housing, Denis and his workmates uncovered a huge lead slab buried several feet under the ground. The slab was positioned over the apex of a uniform stone structure which resembled an ancient pyramid. Until now this incredible story has been kept from public view. In this programme Dennis and Anthony examine maps of the local area looking for clues to the ancient archaeology of this mysterious site. Anthony is seeking permission to have the area excavated in an attempt to discover what could be records of some of the oldest known civilisations in Britain.

Alan Wilson commenting on this video, said that in 1714 all the old British history was thrown…

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theories on the origin of the Welsh hat

OLYMPICS NAME IS ON THE WRECK

The #MeToo Truth of Nr5 ‘Rampant Sexism’ & The US/UK Global Fascist Coup

The #MeToo Truth of Nr5 ‘Rampant Sexism’ & The US/UK Global Fascist Coup

Gaslighting Gilligan

by Johnny McNeill – unpublished author of ‘Gaslighting Gilligan‘ (© 2017 – free download released via Berlin on 25th June 2017).

Outline: Rampant Sexism is currently being translated by society exclusively as ‘misogyny’. It isn’t. It’s way more Machiavellian imaginative than that.

As the ‘Early Warning Signs of Fascism’ sign itself alludes, ‘Rampant Sexism‘ is in fact a twice 20th century precedented propaganda campaign – updated for the 21st century – to create, foment and amplify conflicting ’causes’ which fracture and fragment common cause; humanity.

And in its current ‘state’ is a decades-long infiltration by indoctrination branchof identity-politics housed in a tight-knit global communications network for the drill-down division ofentire societies, to divide and rule not only by race, religion and cultural differences etc but by gender agenda including via LGBT ’empowerment’ but which is actually setting them up to fail…

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The Scotch Cattle

The Scotch Cattle

Historic Chronicles

scotch cattle

The ‘Scotch Cattle’ movement first appeared in the early 1820’s.The movement was formed by disgruntled workers mainly from the coal mines of the Monmouthshire valleys.

One of the main objects of the organisation was to prevent strangers being taught the art of mining, thereby restricting the output and minerals. No miner was allowed to take a stranger underground without first consulting the organisation. If this rule was violated the offender was warned that violence will be the punishment. Destruction of furniture, bodily violence and sometimes murder would follow. In February 1822 Russell and Brown owners of the Blaina works proposed to lower the wages 5 to 6 per cent and also to lower the prices of provisions in the Company Shop by 10 to 15 per cent. The workers refused to accept the proposal and struck work.

 After the strike continued for two weeks the workers became desperate. Black legs…

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