The Truth About Merlin, King Arthur & Excalibur?

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PostThu Nov 19, 2009 4:10 pm » by Sheeple


Billy Meier
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King Arthur, or Artus, king of the Celts, contrary to today's depiction of having been a hero or the like, was absolutely not a courtly king in shining armor, nor a good-hearted and noble hero. King Artus was a fierce sixth-century clan leader, a “war king”, who led his pagan warriors in bloody battles and raids. He was a slaughterer and kept the name the “Boar of Cornwall”. His “knights” truly were bloodthirsty murderous thugs as you say. Artus himself was Merlin’s protégé, a pupil of Merlin the druid, for seven years.

Born on January 4, 469, Arthur died on August 11, 509 in the Battle of Camlann (crooked valley) in a battle with his nephew Prince Medraut. Arthur was a brutal and stubborn man to whom human life meant little or nothing.

Arthur's wife was Gwynhwyfara, Guanhamara, or Guinevere (white spirit or glowing spirit, Billy's note). His father was Uther Tudur, carrying the surname Pendragon, who was already married and impregnated another woman in a most insidious manner and thus procreated Arthur. Arthur's mother was Ygerna, who was also married and was the wife of Prince Gorlois. (Actually the liberal Celtic marriage laws did not overvalue lifelong physical fidelity. Thus, while Gorlois, the Cornic duke was deceived and cheated by the fraud, King Uther and Queen Ygerna could engage in a sexual act.)
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PostThu Nov 19, 2009 4:23 pm » by Sheeple


http://www.caerleon.net/history/geoffrey/prophecy1.htm
Geoffrey of Monmouth (1100 – 1155)
'Historia Regum Brittaniae'
The History of the Kings of Britain

BOOK VII.
CHAPTER III.
THE PROPHECY OF MERLIN.

As Vortegirn, king of the Britons, was sitting upon the bank of the drained pond, the two dragons, one of which was white, the other red, came forth, and ap­proaching one another, began a terrible fight, and cast forth fire with their breath. But the white dragon had the advantage, and made the other fly to the end of the lake. And he, for grief at his flight, renewed the assault upon his pursuer, and forced him to retire. After this battle of the dragons, the king commanded Ambrose Merlin to tell him what it portended. Upon which he, bursting into tears, delivered what his prophetical spirit suggested to him, as follows:-

“Woe to the red dragon, for his banishment hasteneth on. His lurking holes shall be seized by the white dragon, which signifies the Saxons whom you invited over; but the red denotes the British nation, which shall be oppressed by the white. Therefore shall its mountains be levelled as the valleys, and the rivers of the valleys shall run with blood. The exercise of religion shall be destroyed, and churches be laid open to ruin. At last the oppressed shall prevail, and oppose the cruelty of foreigners. For a boar of Cornwall shall give his assistance, and trample their necks under his feet. The islands of the ocean shall be subject to his power, and he shall possess the forests of Gaul.
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