posted on Dec, 2 2014 @ 03:48 AM
a reply to: Shedog99
Hi wellcome back to you from the south coast.
Funnily enough unless one does a college course on english history, its not something that was discussed or even taught when I was at school. In fact
you are using the name English, as opposed to British, is quite something, considering the fact that Englishness was not 'literally allowed' during
the 70' - 90's. I did see a history professor telling an interviewer that someone needs to rewrite English history because the current record is
'out of date or eh! incorrect. Then he acknowledged that no one seemed toop keen to do the job though.
I know ever since Doggerland there were people living in what apparently was quite a pleasant land and climate but to go up over the cliffs of then
England took one into a much harsher place to live. Once it had flooded people had pretty much by then made their minds to move to higher ground
either to the West and England or to the EU side.
We have a lot of land that has been submerged leading out to the Isle of Wight and stretching from Cornwall far out towards the Scillies where the
outline of farmed land/houses is apparent and our climate has warmed up to grow grapes in many of the Roman villas that flourished and then cooled
down a bit again. We do have a problem as far as the Celts are involved and of course the Druids. I have heard the argument that Celts didn't come
to our shores and unfortunately the church hated the druids and went out of its way to totally destroy all our knowledge of our previous beliefs
before it tossed up on our shores. I have been to a talk about the Druids as the educators of Europe and as far as through to Egypt. Apparently the
church hated them because they believed that the land was free to the people and always carried a measuring stick with which they allocated the land
into three lines for a family (given free) with which to feed themselves. They were also the educators and people/children had free education from
them. Obviously the biggest landgrabing Johhny-comne-lately were the men in church robes who took land and immediately clamped down on education for
the people and we went backwards to an illiterate set of people easily manipulated by the church. A certain amount of our history and beliefs have
managed to hide away in the country areas and by reading some of the books written in the 1920's and 30's though one can get a slight handle on that
side of our historical record.
Good luck with this I look forward to reading your threads on this.