How did our Ancestors Read and Write?

The original for this is Jordan Tabov: The Decline of Old Bulgaria. But I can’t find it yet. Anyhoo – How did our Ancestors Read and Write? Left to right? Right to left? Within a straight ruled line? For your consideration….          

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Interesting Article about History and Chronology

A chronological revolution made by historical analytics By Eugen Gabowitsch (Potsdam, Germany) Knowledge of our history timeline is important, and not only for historians. If indeed the dates of antiquity are incorrect, there could be profound implications for our beliefs about the past, and also for science. Historical knowledge is important to better understand our […]

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All Work, No Play is…

…Boring. And non-stop rain today. Double Boring. Lifting the atmos with music….an old favourite :o)  

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Did You Know…?

Originally posted on Greta Brookes:
…That for the past one thousand years and more, there has been a systematic, all embracing and ruthless destruction of Welsh History? SIDE NOTE:  If this fact intrigues you, I will be visiting it again and again with examples.

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9) The Language Reset

Not all RESETS were huge, physical catastrophes. Some were much more subtle. And insidious – “gradually and secretly causing harm.” The last two posts about language were necessary because, to my mind, one of the greatest, invisible manipulations has been the LANGUAGE RESET. This is a subject that I intend to cover in depth (when […]

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8) Kazakhstan to Qazaqstan

What does this have to do with the Hidden History of the British Isles? Patience is a Virtue :o) Kazakhstan to Qazaqstan: Why would a country switch its alphabet? 31 October 2017 Image copyright GETTY IMAGES The Kazakh language has long been unsure which alphabet to find a comfortable home in and it’s now in […]

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7) Consonantal Alphabets

“Consonantal writing systems, as the name implies, represent the consonantal value of a syllable while ignoring the vocalic element. Such a system, therefore, would represent the syllables pa, pe, pi, po, pu with a single character. Such scripts have graphs for consonant sounds but not for vowel sounds, with the result that a certain amount of guesswork is involved in determining […]

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6) OK. I Lied!

I’m finished with the Brutus’s’s’s (Bruti?) for the mo’ But he will come back later. Along with Julius Caesar, Mark Anthony and Cleopatra. The next part of the True History of the British Isles will have Nothing to do with Britain, per se.   And…. It still won’t make sense. Hey. Whatever. It’s all a  […]

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5) Gogmagog

Let’s return to 3,000 years B.C. and Brutus the Trojan as written by Geoffrey of Monmouth.   “The island was then called Albion, and inhabited by none but a few giants. Notwithstanding this, the pleasant situation of the places, the plenty of rivers abounding with fish, and the engaging prospect of its woods, made Brutus and his […]

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4) Brutus the Roman Consul

What if… Britain was not named for Brutus the Trojan (3,000 years ago) but Brutus the Roman Consul ? (2,000 years ago) Did some of the old English chroniclers pick the wrong man? Nennius cites the Roman Brutus who came to Britain with his adopted father, friend and mentor Julius Caesar in the 1st century […]

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3) Brutus of Troy

“Britain, the best of islands, is situated in the Western Ocean, between France and Ireland, being eight hundred miles long, and two hundred broad. It produces everything that is useful to man, with a plenty that never fails. It abounds with all kinds of metal, and has plains of large extent, and hills fit for the finest […]

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2) Those Pesky Stray Arrows

I’m still going backwards with this True History of the British Isles. The end of the debunking debacle came when I realised just how many silly so-and-so’s were galloping around the 12th century only to meet a fatal stray arrow. How careless! The most famous is King Harold at Hastings. Then you have William Rufus, […]

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