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Library of Alexandria (Original)

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« Reply #45 on: April 01, 2008, 01:13:40 pm »

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   posted 08-11-2004 09:49 PM                       
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Absonite,
You did prove with your material that Jesus spent some time in Egypt!

Rockessence,

Actually, I heard that the Druids kept no written records, was it another people contemporary with them? This isn't what you're talking about, but I thought it was interesting as the author proposes that the megaliths themselves are part of a narrative:
http://www.morien-institute.org/maesoglan.html


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The Sacred Druid Library - Ynys Môn
Owen Morgan's efforts at disentangling the 'oral traditions' of both Morganwg, and of Wales generally, have been ridiculed by orthodox historians who condemned him for his methodology in decoding the druidic library written in the landscape, and for his adoption of the druidic title, Morien, upon his succession as Archdruid of the Chair of Morganwg following the death of Myfyr Morganwg.

But these condemnations, which continue today, are invariably made by so-called 'experts' and 'scholars' who fail miserably to grasp the very simple concept of the 'landscape as narrative', who have never even attempted to read it, and who have never experienced the rising of the new-born sun at the sacred places of the ancient Welsh druids.

May their eyes be opened, before the the last vestiges of the Druidic Heritage of ancient Cymru (Wales) is lost forever amidst the rantings of those who can only condemn what they fail to understand ...


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