The Secret Saint — davidavien (Reblog)

I was in Edinburgh, taking a break, when I remembered the story about the relics of Saint Andrew – the patron saint of Scotland being nearby and thougth I might as well take a look. In the New Testament Gospel according to John, Andrew was initially a disciple of John the Baptist and started to […]

The Secret Saint — davidavien

The Grave of Arthur? — Pendragonry (Reblog)

Rex Artorius inscription. Image: Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett Article first published in Pendragon, the Journal of the Pendragon Society XVI No 3 (1983), and here slightly revised and expanded Several Pendragon Society members over the past year [1982-3] brought to our attention news of two South Wales historians who have claimed to have discovered […]

The Grave of Arthur? — Pendragonry

*The stories of Arthur (and many other such histories) were considered fact until relatively recent times.

Excellent Archive of Tartary Maps and Cultures — Aplanetruth.info (Reblog)

According to the old world maps, at times it reached the borders of China and Mongolia. Little is known about the people inhabiting the land at that time and due to the lack of information people are still speculating if it was an area or an actual country. Europeans during the 19th century and earlier […]

Excellent Archive of Tartary Maps and Cultures — Aplanetruth.info

The Brut Chronicle — Trinity College Library, Cambridge (Reblog)

The Brut – also known as the English Chronicle – was a popular history of England in the medieval period. It is the earliest known prose history of Britain and traces the country’s mythical origins. The Brut’s contemporary popularity is demonstrated by the fact that it survives in the original Anglo-Norman (the French dialect of […]

The Brut Chronicle — Trinity College Library, Cambridge

Shapers of the New Narrative – Part 1 Dime Westerns, Wild West Shows, and Western Movies — Revealing What Has Been Hidden in Front of Our Eyes (Reblog)

I have already encountered quite a bit of information in past research about wild west shows; the origins of moving pictures and movie houses; affiliation of well-known actors, entertainers, and authors with freemasonry; thought-provoking evidence of an already existing civilization in North America and of a mud flood; and all of this is drawing me […]

Shapers of the New Narrative – Part 1 Dime Westerns, Wild West Shows, and Western Movies — Revealing What Has Been Hidden in Front of Our Eyes

#saturnalia_the_video — ZLR_BETRIEBSIMPERIUM (Reblog)

A winter festivity in ancient Rome, Saturnalia combined fun, partying, gift sharing and love. ZLR Betriebsimperium gives its own interpretation of the feast to honor god Saturn. Enjoy!

#saturnalia_the_video — ZLR_BETRIEBSIMPERIUM

The History of Yule — (Reblog)

In this post you will learn more about the history of Yule and how it is celebrated around the world today. Yule takes place on the day of the Winter Solstice (around December 21 in the northern hemisphere, in the southern hemispere the winter solstice falls around June 21). Origins of Yule in Europe In the […]

The History of Yule —

Viking Christmas — Bryn Donovan (Reblog)

How did the Norse Yule turn into a Viking Christmas celebration? In 940 to 961 AD, Haakon the Good was the king of Norway, and during his reign, the English court introduced him to Christianity. Haakon then tried to convert the rest of Norway. It must’ve been such an interesting time, with Viking Yule (or […]

Viking Christmas — Bryn Donovan

Saint of the Day – 11 December – Saint Daniel the Stylite of Constantinople (c 409–493) — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Saint of the Day – 11 December – Saint Daniel the Stylite of Constantinople (c 409–493) Priest, Monk, Abbot, Hermit, miracle-worker – born in c 409 at Maratha, Syria and died in 493 near Constantinople of natural causes. Daniel was born in Maratha, Syria in 409 and became a monk in nearby Samosata on the […]

Saint of the Day – 11 December – Saint Daniel the Stylite of Constantinople (c 409–493) — AnaStpaul