Category Archives: British History

Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Aftermath

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm demystifies the The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages.

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1400 Years of Fabricated Frosts

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The Chronology Creators decided to double down on their Backdate-By-700-Years technique when they fabricated frosts for the centuries before 1400 CE.

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German Casualties

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German casualties are a problem in the World Wide Information War.

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Welsh with a Pinch of Punic

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Roman History is linked to two literary disappearances.

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British Bones and the Academic Abyss

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¿ Can British Bones put Roman Britain in it’s place ?

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The Riddle of the Goodwin Sands

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Piecing together the narrative of the Goodwin Sands back to Roman Times highlights several questions New School Scholars studiously sidestep.

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Charles Lyell’s Humbug

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If Charles Lyell is considered the father of uniformitarianism then it’s safe to say it was conceived out of wedlock.

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An Ancient Vessel

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Account of an ancient Vessel found under the old bed of the river Rother in Kent

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Conformist Crusades

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Critical thinking Goes West when the Conformist Crusaders go East.

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The Seven Stages of Sufism

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Octagonal Chapter Houses provide seating for the Seven Stages of Sufism.

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Cape Bojador and The Burning Ocean

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The Atlantic Ocean is a massive mainstream continuity conundrum.

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The British Brick

Did British brick making stop for hundreds of years when the Romans left?

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Magna Charta

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Amongst the tawdry tales in the tarnished tomes of British Settled History the Magna Charta narrative is a popular falsehood with farcical continuity problems.

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Sovereign Sale

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A sales strategy helps when you’re selling crateloads of Carolingian clones.

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Imitation as Flattery

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If the History of Europe before 1400 AD was fabricated by the Clergy of Europe then the Kings of Europe should show some signs of skulduggery.

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Willy The Fink and the Replica Royals

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Watch Willy The Fink finger the fakes in the finale.

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Matthew Paris and the Replica Royals

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Matthew Paris prepared the ingredients for the 1915 Short-Cross Sandwich.

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Hecker Horizon and the Plunging Penny

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Don’t miss the spectacular slide of the silver English Penny and it’s surprising synchronicity.

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Bristol-Mendip Hoard of 1866

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Somerset silver stashes lead to sequencing surprises and solid gold.

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Hecker Horizon: Ho Ho Ho History

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Tracing the ancestry of Father Christmas involves some black-face Morris Dancers, William the Conqueror, Julius Caesar, the reign of Jam and some New Year’s Day continuity problems.

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H G Wells – The Flipping Fabian

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Any understanding of the genocidal nature of the 20th century is incomplete unless the life, times and social thinking of H G Wells are comprehended.

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Shaping The Saxon Shore

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The histories of Britain and France are closely coupled because Britain was once part of Europe. Understanding their histories requires an appreciation of when Britain separated from Europe.

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Shaping Roman Scotland

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Roman forts reflect the geological changes that have shaped Scotland and Scottish history.

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Johannes de Sacrobosco: A Cuckoo In The Nest

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One of the more curious characters to emerge from the mire of medieval manuscripts is a monastic scholar with a severe identity crisis: Johannes de Sacrobosco. Johannes de Sacrobosco, also written Ioannis de Sacro Bosco (c. 1195 – c. 1256), … Continue reading

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The Calendar of King John

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The dating of Regnal Years has highlighted some very English eccentricities. Edward I’s regnal years are unusual for starting and ending on the same day (20 November), rather than ending one day, and starting the next … Edward III is … Continue reading

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Groundhog Year

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In the broad sweep of history the mainstream narrative implies the Julian Calendar was in “general use” across Europe throughout the Medieval Period. The Julian calendar, proposed by Julius Caesar in 46 BC (708 AUC), was a reform of the … Continue reading

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The Silchester Mystery

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Archaeologists have learnt a lot about Roman Silchester [aka Calleva] in the last 125 years. Calleva, formally Calleva Atrebatum (“Calleva of the Atrebates”), was an Iron Age oppidum and subsequently a town in the Roman province of Britannia and the … Continue reading

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Loch Ness Chronology: Getting to Grips with Gyttja

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The waters of Loch Ness fill a particularly steep sided chasm in the Great Glen of Scotland. https://archive.org/stream/bathymetricalsur41910murr#page/n207/mode/1up Loch Ness lies along the Great Glen Fault, which forms a line of weakness in the rocks which has been excavated by … Continue reading

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Loch Ness Chronology: Cherry Island

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Delving into the Settled Science of Loch Ness is a strangely surreal and murky experience. The history of scientific investigation really starts at the beginning of the 20th century. The status of Loch Ness as Britain’s greatest body of fresh-water … Continue reading

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The Pit Huts of London

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The layers of sand, gravel and black horizon covering Southern England have blatantly baffled and befuddled Gradualist Geologists. See: https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2017/02/24/dating-the-dark-earth-the-devils-kneading-trough/ Similarly, the sand, gravel, brick earth and Saxon black earth encountered in the City of London have consistently confused and … Continue reading

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Saxon Special Deposits

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The surreal Saxon Swamp is located in the land of Collegiate Cognitive Dissonance. The Second World War ushered in a revival of the Anglo-Saxon Pit-Hut concept in Britain which resulted in the erection of over 3½ million Anderson Shelters that … Continue reading

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Anglo-Saxon: Unequivocal Evidence

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The archaeological evidence from the City of London is difficult to reconcile with the Saxon Sagas that were parsed onto parchment by the Dissembling Deacons of yore. Mortimer Wheeler, 2nd Keeper of the London Museum, suggested these documents are valueless. … Continue reading

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Dark Earth: Billingsgate Bath House

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The Dark Earth covering Roman London has a split personality. On the one hand: The human occupation of many areas of Roman London appears to have come to an end in about 130 AD with the remains being covered in … Continue reading

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W F Grimes: The Lost Centuries of London

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Peter Grimes was the Director of the London Museum from 1945 to 1956. Professor William Francis Grimes CBE (known as Peter) (1905-1988) was a Welsh archaeologist. He devoted his career to the archaeology of London and the prehistory of Wales. … Continue reading

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The Fold Up Beds of Glen Roy

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The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy are said to be a curious “geological puzzle” that the awfully clever Gradualist Geologists have solved by stating they are “a series of ice-dammed proglacial lake shorelines”. However, if these awfully clever Gradualist Geologists … Continue reading

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