The Life of Gildas By The Monk of Ruys

The Life of Gildas By The Monk of Ruys Here lies a remarkable account of the life and works of Glidas the Wise, 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 […]

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Hidden History | The Life of Gildas by Caradoc

Here lies a revealing biography of St. Gildas the Wise [pictured above] by Caradoc of Llancarfan ca. 1130-1150. The Life of Gildas by Caradoc 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 […]

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Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation

Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation Here lies the Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, the Church of Rome approved ‘English’ history by the Venerable Bede. CONTENTS & PREFACE To the most glorious King Ceolwulph, Bede, the servant of Christ and Priest BOOK I I. Of the situation of Britain and Ireland, and of […]

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The Comet of 562 AD and the Arthurian Wasteland

The Comet of 562 AD and the Arthurian Wasteland The following quote is taken from the Brut Tysillo, the most ancient surviving written history of the British Isles and clearly refers to a comet of “enormous size” striking Britain and Ireland. “And then a Star of enormous size appeared to Ythyr, having a single shaft, […]

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Britain: Key To World History | William Comyns Beaumont

Britain: Key To World History | William Comyns Beaumont [1948] Britain: Key To World History by William Comyns Beaumont [1948] is perhaps the most suppressed historical work of the 20th century, the following extract from which is published under the internationally accepted principles of Fair Use and Fair Dealing, for the purposes of educating the […]

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