All people in positions of power today are there because of what happened in the past. Often, events of the past did not happen the way they were reported, especially if a struggle was involved to garner their power. History is often falsified and events covered up in order that todays rulers can maintain their power base. This is true of recent history, dark age British history and even of pre-human (archeology). These interviews seek to uncover the falsehoods of history and shine a light on the true origins of mankind.
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Richard D. Hall
''As many of you know if you've been following the work of Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett, who are two historians who started out in the early 1980's researching dark age British history, they have done a lot of work pertaining to King Arthur.
Now, in 1986, their work was recognised by the establishment because the establishment organisation - the BBC - took interest in what they were doing. They sent two journalists to Wilson and Blackett and looked at the evidence they had. They had evidence that King Arthur was a South Wales King - King of Glamorgan and Gwent - with principalities in North, East and West Wales and his Kingdom probably extending into England....they were very interested in that.
Wilson and Blackett showed them various stones. One in Ogmore Castle, they took them to various sites and they showed them documents which they say proved that King Arthur was a South Wales King who died in 579 AD.''
Richard D. Hall then shows a clip from the BBC 6 o'clock news in 1986.
''So they (Alan and Baram) are not the only experts who claim that King Arthur was a South Wales King. We've got Professor Morgan, Cardiff University - stating this on film, which has been screened on RichPlanet. The Author Chris Barber and various other experts (such as Rev. Geraint ap Lowerth, Dr. Russell Rhys, Arts Patron as well as Alan Wilson, historian).''
Richard D. Hall presents a genealogical chart which Wilson and Blackett have produced over the years.
''Now, if you go on Wikipedia you will find some of the names on this chart. But you certainly wont find the King Arthurs! And that's because it's something which the establishment has covered up. And the reasons for that - well, we can speculate. Imagine digging up a huge historical figure of British history in South Wales. It's a bit like the Braveheart thing.... except King Arthur actually won his battles! So, this could be something. Could be the thin end of a wedge which the British establishment may not like.
If you go to Alan Wilson's house it's just full of ancient documents and evidence. The difference between Wilson and Blackett and the University historians is that they don't have students to teach. They can set their own agenda and go of and find their own evidence....which not many historians do.
And the bleak hillside that was screened there, in the BBC article is just north-east of Bridgend - and it's a place called St Peter's Super-Montem and this is the church here (see presentation video). Now that article from the BBC was 1986 they actually had the church excavated in 1990. Although the BBC did not come to film it. But they should have. And it seems that once the information about Wilson's and Blackett's research had reached the higher levels of the British establishment, I think something was put in place to suppress their work. It was something that was not going to be accepted.
But they ploughed on with they research and they excavated this ruined church - one of the oldest churches in Europe - in 1990. And one of the things that was found in that excavation is this!''
Richard presents a small cross.
''This is a solid electrum cross. And on it is inscribed 'Pro Anima Artorius' - which means 'For the Soul of Arthur'. Now I don't think you're going to get much more concrete evidence than that other than actually finding his body of King Arthur being a South Wales King.''
Richard presents a certificate showing the metal content of that cross.
''We've had this independently tested. And it says on the certificate the metal cross which is 79% silver and weights about two and a half pounds. The metal content of silver with other metals, is consistent with artefacts and relics of antiquity.''
''So you can get an approximate date based on the metal content of different metals. And it is from the Dark Ages.
Now, as I said this evidence has been denied by the establishment. Covered-up. There has been more than one murder attempt of Wilson and Blackett. And if you don't believe that just have a look on my website and watch all of the programmes which presents all of the evidence of the murder attempts. The smear attempts from the media. It's absolutely disgusting.
Now, I asked Alan Wilson, who actually excavated that cross, who found the cross? Because I wanted to get independent evidence - as I said in part one - don't believe anything that you see or hear. Go and find it out for yourself. So I wanted to ask and find the person who found that cross himself. Alan told me it was Richard Melbourne and he'd been informed by a welsh journalist that Richard Melbourne had passed away. So I endeavoured to find Richard Melbourne's wife just so that I could get some independent corroboration that yes, he did dig this up. And yes, she can remember when it happened. So I went to his house in Maesteg. Knocked on the door and who answers it? Richard Melbourne!
He's still alive! So, I then rang Alan Wilson and give the phone to Richard Melbourne and the two of them had an hour long conversation reminiscing about the dig and you name it. Wilson and Blackett now live in the north-east of England - they live in Newcastle - and so Richard Melbourne said to me, well do you want to come up to the church? And I'll show you where I found the cross. And I said I'd love to.
So I went there about three or four weeks ago - St Peter's Church in Glamorgan and I've filmed a bit about this on my RichPlanet TV with Richard Melbourne - lovely bloke, eighty years old.''
Richard Hall plays an extract of his meeting with Richard Melbourne available here:
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