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12 battles of "(King) Arthur"

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« on: December 02, 2016, 12:19:33 pm »


http://atlantisrisingforums.proboards.com/thread/1024/quest-king-arthurs-lost-tomb?page=1

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"...Graham Phillips re: his recent article. GP says the area in Shropshire where he believes the historical Arthur (Bear in Brythonic) may be buried is today called The Berth which contains Berth Hill & Berth Pool. It may be obvious to GP but in case not, 'berth' is Anglo-Saxon for 'to bear', from 'beren'. Hence their may be a previous Brythonic name indicating 'bear' for the site that was anglicized. Also he says that according to the 'Song of Llywarch' the 1st king of Powys was buried at "Trafael's Acre". There is a 4 ft. 'Trafael's Stone" in Pembrokeshire, Wales ( www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/renowned-trafael-stone-much-older-previously-believed-001223)that could be a tomb capstone & is 'cupmarked' & believed to be very ancient. One of the Welsh translations of 'Trafael' is 'iron blade'. So if you have a hillock that was once an island, & possibly an ancient burial site in the area you have narrowed it down & in reference to it you have names that refer to the word 'bear' & also to a sword or iron blade (Excalibur?)...."

I just tried to join the Atlantis Rising forum (again, as i was member of the old forum years ago when i first was invited by Kronos to join this forum) to comment on this, but i am blocked by the broadband fibreoptics and windows 7/8/10 forced campaigns (I only have dialup and xp).

The berth connects with Baschurch (where Arthur said to repose), and both connect with Bassas and Reculver monastery-church.
The hall on the island of Affalach (Avalon) connects Afarnach's Hall of Pa Gur which matches Bassas and Reculver monastery-church. (Avalon in North Sea in Irish according to Spanuth.)
The mysterious body of the Levitating Altar of the Wonders of Britain is thought to possibly be "Arthur", and this Levitating Altar certainly seems to match Reculver Cross.

See the Bassas/Reculver table at:
http://www.allempires.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=36994
or at
http://www.worldhistoria.com/12-battles-of-king-arthur_topic129456_post100320.html#100320

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