Buy and read real British History in five underground classics from historians Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett
These books represent the first authentic and awesome breakthrough in the provable and positive identification of the two Kings names as King Arthur son of Magnus is Warwickshire and his sixth generation descendant Arthur營I of Glamorgan.
These are undoubtably the most important books written on British Ancient Hstory. They begin to tell the true and factual story of our British origins as recorded in our ancient manuscripts, but concealed by the Orwellian Nightmare of a fake history which was fabricated to suit very powerful political and religious vested interests in the mid 19th Century.
|“Arthur, King of Glamorgan & Gwent”
The first detailed analysis of correct early British history to identify the Kings named Arthur, their major battle sites, residences, and associations. This volume proves the power of this obliterated Dynasty and makes clear the ancestors and the successors of King Arthur II.
|“Arthur and the Charters of the Kings”
Outline of the Dynasty. Presents all the Cathedral and Abbey Charters granted by these Kings in the era from c AD 450 to 1100. Kings, Queens, Princes and noblemen, witnessed these Charters and the Bishops and Senior Clergy were all royal family and noblemen who also were winessess. Also complete detail of the royal genealogies in the Harliean MSS 3859. In total a “Who was Who” of the so-called Dark Ages. Masses of evidence on the most powerful ancient British Dynasty.
|“Arthur the War King”
A historical novel, based upon the known facts of the real history. An invaluable book for the scholar and student wishing to get to grips with reality, and to properly understand the country and the era. Easily the best historical novel ever written. From King Tewdrig Uthyrpendragon his son King Meurig and into the early eign of King Arthur II.
|“Artorivs Rex Discovered”
Details the entire royal British genealogy from Brutus who arrived circa 504 BC and down to the last King Iestyn ap Gwrgan who was deposed in AD 1091. Deals mainly with the Sixth century King Arthur II and his family and associates. Iestyn ap Gwrgan left 14 sons and several daughters and thousands of their descendants walk around today. As Iestyn (Justin) descended from Arthur II son of Meurig and from Arthur I son of Magnus Maximus, they are all descendants of “King Arthur”.
|“The Holy Kingdom”
Deals with the coming of Christianity into Britain in AD 37. Outlines the British Christian Kingdom and descent of King Arthur I eldest son of Magnus Maximus of c AD 345 to c 400, conqueror of Western Europe and more in 383 – 388. Proceeds to his sixth generation male descendant Arthur II son of King Meurig born 503 died 579. Proves Glastonbury to be in Warwickshire and replaces Caer Caradoc back into Glamorgan.