01/08/2016

Sven Longshanks: The Hidden History of Christian Britain

andre and megalith
A familiar face shows the size of one of the 3,000 year old megaliths that are still standing
Sven Longshanks looks at the earliest history of Christianity in Britain and the beliefs of the ancient Britons and Druids, finding that they were a highly civilised branch of the White race descended from Trojans. Using early descriptions of the Druids from their enemies and from their own writings, it can be seen that they had far more in common with the priests of the Old Testament than most people realise. Britain has more stone circles, dolmens and standing stones than anywhere else in the world and this also provides a link with the Old Testament, as the Israelites were commanded to erect these exact structures wherever they went.

Looking at the Biblical record, we can see that a very important family disappeared from Egypt just before the rest of the Israelites left with Moses. We find the records of what happened to this family in the pagan histories and from them, we can see that they would go on to start the royal lines of Ireland and of Troy, before one branch headed for the White Isle to colonise Britain. King Brutus and his sons would go on to name parts of the country after themselves and Britain became an important trading post of the Phoenician empire.

From the 7th century onwards another large wave of people would enter Europe from areas under the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. Clay tablets from the library at Nineveh, a huge inscription on a Persian cliff face by Darius the Great and tablets sent to Pharaoh from Tell-El-Amarna all identify these people as the ten tribes of Northern Israel. These people would go on to become known as the Saxons, Cimmerians, Goths and other Germanic tribe as they travelled in a great migration to the north and the west of Europe.

Considering the overwhelming evidence for all this, is it any wonder that Christianity would first take root in Britain before going on to become accepted by all the other nations in Europe? The real wonder is how this information has been supressed over the years, despite all the obvious references to it in the Bible and elsewhere. Abraham’s faith was not that many nations would become his seed, but that his seed would become many nations and Christ’s statement that his message was only for the lost sheep of the House of Israel, only makes sense once you know this hidden history of Europe and pre-Roman and pre-Saxon Britain.

References:


The Brut or the Chronicles of England
Prehistoric London - Its Mounds and Circles
The Holy Kingdom
Saint Paul in Britain
The British Kymry or Britons of Cambria: Outlines of Their History and Institutions from the Earliest to the Present Times.
Stonehenge and Druidism
The Abrahamic Covenant
Missing Links Discovered in Assyrian Tablets
The Traditions of Glastonbury
Tracing Our Ancestors
Israel's Lost Empires
Celt, Druid and Culdee
The Phoenician Origin of Britons, Scots & Anglo-Saxons

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Sven Longshanks: The Hidden History of Christian Britain – SL 080116




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13 comments:

  1. There is many descendants of HAM-CHAM in England and they were before tha e SAXONS in today England. You can see the name HAM all over England even today. Westham-Nothingham-Northampto-Southampton, you live there so you know better !!!

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    1. That doesn't mean there are descendants of Ham in Britain, the word was Khem, as in alCHEMical. The descedants of Ham went to Egypt, Ethiopea and India and were some of the first to turn brown.

      There is a legend that the Hungarians may be descended in part from Ham, if so, they are the only surviving White descendants of his.

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    2. The Hebrew word was CHEM not KHEM. The archeology in Britain have proof that there have been population in Britain long before the 12 tribes were in Egypt !!! Hungarians have 70% of their DNA same as the Slovans. All of the Huns have been killed by the Ostrogoths and some of them escape to Asia, back where they came from, Xinjiang province China. Reed Jordanes, roman HIStorian wrote how the Huns have been killed. Prokopius wrote about white Huns, but that was a crap and Prokopius was known for having many errors in his book. Hungarians have some Turko-mongolian blood from Urguns and Magyar tribes. Those whites who speak Hungarian today were force to speak Hungarian Language and the Hungarian language has 70% of his words Slavic. Jordanes wrote that the Hungarian language in beginning has only some 900 words and NO WRITEN ALPHABET.

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    3. The Hebrew word was CHAM not KHEM !!! The HUNS were Turko-mongolian-Asiatic tribes kick, out from Xinjiang province China in 2nd century AD. China build the Great wall after they kick out the HUNS-Magyars and Turko-mongolian tribes to keep them out of China and that well documented.

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  2. In the Hungarian legend of the Enchanted Stag (more commonly known as the White Stag [Fehér Szarvas] or Silver Stag), King Nimród ...., is the first person referred to as forefather of the Hungarians.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nimrod

    Researchers have found the oldest and best-preserved mummies in the Tarim Basin area of China....Dating to about 4000 years before present.... we conclude that the west Eurasian component observed in the Xiaohe people originated from western Europe, and maternal ancestry of the Xiaohe people might have close relationships with western Europeans.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/2015/07/18/these-red-haired-chinese-mummies-come-from-all-over-eurasia-dna-reveals/#466c33f4a423

    Nobody said there wasn't inhabitants in the British isles before the 12 tribes were in Egypt and I did say the word was 'CHEM'.

    Are you Black?

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  3. Son of Noah was "CHAM" and Hebrew original word was CHAM, not KHEM not CHEM , but. CHAM and most English Bible today saying HAM. When you refer to JEW Wikipedia or the other jew shitty site on Hungarians so that is crap. Jordanes was Roman HIStorian who was sent by Rome to Huns as a writer and HIStorian, because the Huns DID NOT have written language and the Hun language has only 900 words. Rome bribe the Huns, because they were 60 kilometers from Rome and they were ready to attack Rome. Rome gave them land south of Slovakia today call Hungary, but the Hungarian does not call them self Huns, but MAGYARORSZAG.
    The Anglos were descendants of CHAM-HAM and that is the name HAM all over England. Ham was a cruel son of NOAH as the Anglos were to the IRISH to SCOTS, GERMANS and all their neighbors and they even starve to dead 22 Thousand WHITE Adamic children's and 5 thousands of their mothers in South Afrika on behalf of International jew swine.
    Black ??? Are you OK Agnes WTF !!! When you refer to jew wikipedia or jew forbes , you must be neger !!!

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    1. Yes, you are quite obviously Black. How did I guess.

      I might talk to my own pets, but I dont talk to other people's.

      Booga, booga, booga.

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  4. Stonehenge, was it really there?
    https://delendaestziobot.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/the-construction-of-stone-henge/
    I find all this very interesting and didn't post that to be an ass. I just found it recently and was shocked! To say the least!
    Probably my fifth favorite reading experience of my life was St.Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation though anyone whose read this work knows it goes into a great deal of detail about all the peoples living on the island and the history of the Church and the Faith particularly the conflict between the native Britons and their Celtic Church which from exegesis seems to have been very much like the Coptic and Syriac Oriental Orthdodox Christians and the Roman Orthodox Missionaries , notably St.Augustine of Canterbury, whom were sent by Pope St.Gregory the Great,w ho landed on the shores of Kent processing forth ahead another carrying the tall Processional Cross holding an Icon of Christ very much the same practice as the Orthodox Christian today of the East Slavic nations, the Romanians, and the Greeks or East Romans.

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    1. Thats quite entertaining. Those pictures were probably taken when the stones were dug up to see what was in the ground under them. There are records of stonehenge going way back, one of the legends being that Merlin magicked them into England from Ireland.

      You have to be careful with the venerable Bede, he is also known as the execrable Bede. Just like Caesar, he is a hostile source and liable to play down Celtic achievements as the Saxons were at war with them. I think he also wanted to highlight how zealous the Saxons were in their new Christian faith, so he invented the idea of them being idol worshippers who smashed the idols. They certainly never smashed any of the Megaliths as the Church are on record as giving explicit instructions not to do this and there are churches that have even been built within stone circles. There has also never been any idols found in Britain that were not Roman. You have to bear these things in mind when reading him.

      If you like reading old histories of Britain, then I do recommend the Brut or the Chronicles of England that I linked to above. Just the way it is written and what it thinks is of importance gives a great insight into what sort of people the genuine Britons were and could be once again. It has Celtic, Saxon and Norman history in it and does not seem biased against any.

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    2. Thank you for that. I am a bit embarassed posting that link. Usually never link what I haven't personally reviewed and researched.
      St.Bede is an English Church Father whose sermons I've also read and several statements he made in them confirmed for me that the Orthodox Church is absolutely correct that Papism was not present nor considered part of the Faith prior to the 11th Century. These also endeared him to me on a deep level. Who called St.Bede Execrable? I really never got the feeling that he was hateful or playing down the Celts at all. His accounts of the Canonical and Liturgical issues what led to the Synod of Whitby seemed extremely fair minded. The Celtic and the English Orthodox being united in the example of St.Aidan of Lindisfarne as Bishop of Northumbria with King St.Oswald as temporal ruler is a beautiful story that he imparted of Celtic and Saxon unity in the Church and peaceful coexistence and even full union! Of course we all know what happened to the Celtic Orthodox of the north the most tragic example being the sacking and destruction of Lindisfarne!
      No I have years ago read a good deal! I even name myb first son Aidan Morgan after St.Aidan of Lindisfarne (Morgan is one who dwells by the White Sea) and King Aedan mor of Dal Riatha for whom an Angel whipped St.Columba into bestowing the royal anointing upon after giving the Saintly Celtic Elder the glass book of the Royal Anointing of Kings!
      Still please tell me who called St.Bede execrable! I won't piss on their grave of course but I admit I was upset to read that.

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    3. It was probably the name that the original Britons called him, as he made them out to be little more than savages, when they had already been Christian for 400 years when Augustine arrived.

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    4. Dear Sven,
      I apologize if I am came off like a jerk or snob. I simply can't agree though. I can understand to a limited degree because there are many passages in his history that can be interpreted as a kind of racism but really Bede wrote with great understanding and glowing praise for St.Chad for example and Cuthbert, though I not sure of his racial patrimony, both were very much in Celtic Orthodox Christian Tradition/Rite that existed prior to the Saxons conversion to Roman Rite Orthodoxy.
      I admit I may be wrong but I have a tradition of reading the Ecclesiastical History of St.Bede every lent during the first week. If I'm wrong forgive me please. All I can add to show understanding of why Celtic Britons would be upset is that St.Bede in certain sections does indicated that he regarded certain Celtic Christian practices to be tainted or incomplete. Particularly the dating of Easter. He wanted the Celts to be in union with the rest of the Church and this does not at that time mean only Rome it meant EVERYONE else. But even here to counter I can't recall where but I do remember him praising Celtic piety and devotion such as the practice if reciting the entire Psalter from memory everyday! Was a Celtic practice and when you St.Davids Isle you can see how harsh and ascetic the Irish Desert Monasticism was! Really these kinds of disputes internally still take place to this day. His final verdict on the Celts that refused to agree to the Council or Synod of Whitby declaring that the Julian method of dating Easter was the correct Apostolic method was harsh but that is standard practice for those seeking to maintain unity for fear of people falling away to hell in perdition.
      Otherwise he seemed very supportive of native Celtic practices continuing amongst those who agreed to the Synod of Whitby and came into full unity with the Church.

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    5. Dear Sven,
      I apologize if I am came off like a jerk or snob. I simply can't agree though. I can understand to a limited degree because there are many passages in his history that can be interpreted as a kind of racism but really Bede wrote with great understanding and glowing praise for St.Chad for example and Cuthbert, though I not sure of his racial patrimony, both were very much in Celtic Orthodox Christian Tradition/Rite that existed prior to the Saxons conversion to Roman Rite Orthodoxy.
      I admit I may be wrong but I have a tradition of reading the Ecclesiastical History of St.Bede every lent during the first week. If I'm wrong forgive me please. All I can add to show understanding of why Celtic Britons would be upset is that St.Bede in certain sections does indicated that he regarded certain Celtic Christian practices to be tainted or incomplete. Particularly the dating of Easter. He wanted the Celts to be in union with the rest of the Church and this does not at that time mean only Rome it meant EVERYONE else. But even here to counter I can't recall where but I do remember him praising Celtic piety and devotion such as the practice if reciting the entire Psalter from memory everyday! Was a Celtic practice and when you St.Davids Isle you can see how harsh and ascetic the Irish Desert Monasticism was! Really these kinds of disputes internally still take place to this day. His final verdict on the Celts that refused to agree to the Council or Synod of Whitby declaring that the Julian method of dating Easter was the correct Apostolic method was harsh but that is standard practice for those seeking to maintain unity for fear of people falling away to hell in perdition.
      Otherwise he seemed very supportive of native Celtic practices continuing amongst those who agreed to the Synod of Whitby and came into full unity with the Church.

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