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King Arthur Was Not English

The anglophone world is all too willing to assume that the legend of King Arthur originated in England, and is thus English. King Arthur’s legend in reality likely originated outside of the British Isles. 941 more words


Michelle Joelle reblogged this on Soliloquies ~ writing about writing (and also just writing) and commented:

I'm a sucker for all things Arthurian, and Chretien de Troyes, so I thought this post would be a good way to introduce any of my readers who aren't already familiar it to C.J. Adrien's blog about Vikings and medieval history. It's one of my favorites on Wordpress. Check out the original, linked below, and take a look around while you're there. There's a lot of great stuff at Viking History with C.J. Adrien!


Question: Did England ever really have a King Arthur?
Answer: No, or, if it did, there’s no proof. Some scholars think there might have been a Roman-British military leader of that name who went up against the invading Saxons in the fifth century, and others think Arthur was just another name for King Alfred, the ninth-century king who united several of England’s small kingdoms into one in order to fight off the Danes, but neither of these would have had a fancy castle or a Court filled with beautiful ladies-in-waiting and knights in shining armour, which did not show up in fact or fiction until the Middle Ages. 64 more words


Review: Lavinia Collins - The Warrior Queen (Part One of the Guinevere Trilogy)

Lavinia Collins. The Warrior Queen (Part One of the Guinevere Trilogy). Not So Noble Books, 2014. £2.99.

Lavinia Collins’ The Warrior Queen is the latest in a millennium-long line of Arthurian retellings. 994 more words

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Lost Years ~ Chapters Thirty Two, Three, & Four

Emrys and Shim search for Domnu, and we get some more padding in the meantime.

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Lost Years ~ Chapter Twenty Nine: Lost Wings

There are many ways to write elfin characters. Writers, use this chapter as a guide for everything NOT to do.

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Is King Arthur the Antichrist?

I first heard about the book, The Revelation of King Arthur: Deceit, Intrigue, and the Guard’s Account, after its author, Robert Bruce Fruehling, posted a comment on my blog and told me he believed the story of King Arthur’s return would be used to bring about the coming of the Antichrist. 1,023 more words

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twclark66 reblogged this on NoWorksSalvationApocalypseNow and commented:

I am fascinated with my research that is connecting the book of Revelation and the strange attempt by the blue bloods to connect their genealogies to the Arthurian legend and also connect him with king David and the British Israelism movement. I think that those who believe in the divine right to rule will try to assert this right in the New World Order Satanic dictatorship. If you look at the round table groups that have been working from the Cecil Rhodes movement, you will see this occult connection to the Arthurian legends. This article touches on a book that attempts to propel the Tares into power under the guise of Arthur as the antichrist character. This is very important to know this information as we approach a critical period in history when these Satanic conspirators will take over global rule under their Fourth Reich Fuehrer Arthur.

A to Z T is for Tristram, the symbol of a lover's misunderstanding

Who does not appreciate a woeful love story?

Tristram was a Cornish Knight of King Arthur’s roundtable who fought against Ireland’s Morholt, the deadly enemy that fought with a poisoned spear. 237 more words

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