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Alan Wilson - The Dual Kings of Glamorgan - Etruscan and Assyrian Linguistic Roots of "King Arthur"

Posted on the 21 May 2015 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN
Alan Wilson Dual Kings Glamorgan Etruscan Assyrian Linguistic Roots so, here in UK or the United Kingdom or England anyway thanks to decades of historical findings and publications, we mostly consider ourselves to be an Anglo-Saxon race or having been fathered/ruled by those foreign sea-farers who came over from the French-German border in the sixth century.
British history begins with the arrival of the great fleets of Albyne around 1600 BC (3600 years ago) and the later arrival of Brutus and his armadas around 500 BC (2500 years ago). The histories of Albyne, of Brutus and the entire Arthurian Dynasty were finally consigned to limbo around 1840-1860, in a rush of imperial propaganda and fanatical religious orthodoxy. [source REAL BRITISH HISTORY]

Alan Wilson says he has compelling evidence that this Arthurian Legend and our Anglo-Saxon heritage have all been made up (or re-written) in the 18th century to pander to King George (the German) III the first of the Saxe-Coburg/Goethe i.e. Hanoverian lineage, or current Royal Ruling House) in England. Wilson says, here is where King Arthur really hailed from twice, King of Glamorgan i.e. Wales; one a son of Magnus Maximus of the 4th Century AD, and the other King Arthur (Athrwys ap Meurig) was of the 6th Century AD. 250 years apart. Can't be the same bloke, must be TWO King Arthurs.

And what of the Etruscan/Assyrian roots of pre-Roman or Gnostic Christianity that Wilson rattles on about, in the following supplemental video?

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