Keep in mind when reading transcripts that I was as clueless as anyone when asking questions and sometimes they were loaded. Cs were answering as well as they could considering my limitations. There are subtle issues there.
The problem there is that there is no history that actually covers what you think you want to cover because it has all been so corrupted, most often overlain with Christian or Jewish meanings. When trying to find out anything about "Druids", you really need to stick to the archaeology and even genetics research to get anything remotely resembling truth.
A "Magna" is also a "great work" of some sort. See: Ars Magna (Cardano book) - Wikipedia
It is also mentioned in Umberto Eco's book "The Search for the Perfect Language."
Arthur and Uther were fictional characters. The dragon probably came from Scythian mercenaries that were sent to Britain by the Romans, who used it as their standard. They settled in Wales and the origins were forgotten except for some small mentions in some of the ancient historians. Think "Sarmatians." Sar=head
As noted, the net has to be spread very wide and you have to dig very deep into the past.
Thank you for your considered response. I guess you must have pondered at length the significance of what the C's were saying about Abraham really being Paris, Prince of Troy fleeing from a destroyed city and kingdom in Britain? What were the C's trying to insinuate by this? Was it meant just as an example of poetic allegory, by which stories are translated to other times and places? They suggested that Helen of Troy may have been Sarah of the Bible and Nefertiti (a genetically modified hybrid) to the Egyptians, who was certainly a real person. The Pharaoh she was married to and had children by was meant to be Akhenaten, the heretic pharaoh who was, uniquely for an Egyptian pharaoh, a monotheist. According to the C's he was murdered by drowning. One genetic factor that might tie Abraham in with the Ancient Britons was that he reputedly had red hair, which is more common in Britain than almost any other country in the world. There has been graphiti found in Egypt that describes the hebrews as braying red haired asses. Is this a genetic clue perhaps?
However, if we run with the theory that Abraham was in reality a Trojan prince in exile, then it also makes sense that the remnants of the Trojans scattered throughout the Mediterranean area, including Spain, Italy, Greece and no doubt Egypt. There is certainly archeological evidence that the Egyptians were trading with the ancient Britains long before the Romans came. Ancient Egyptian boats have been discovered in the Humber for example. You have often mentioned that the Ancient Britons were worshippers of the she goddess Danu. Now if the Trojans fled Britain for southern Europe, they would have taken their gods with them. The C's mentioned that Stonehenge was the Temple of Apollo. If that is the case, then the Britons/Celts worshipped the same gods as the Greeks and Romans. Could Danu therefore be Diana (to the Romans) or Artemis (to the Greeks), the sister of Apollo? The C's confirmed that civilisation spread from Northern Europe to southern and south eastern Europe, not the other way around. This would seem to point to the Celts as the real civilisers and also ties in with the idea of the ancient Britons being the Hyperborians. In addition, the C's mentioned that the British Celts would send tributes in the form of messages on leaves to places in Greece like Delphi etc. over many centuries, so this seems to indicate there were ancient connections between the British and the Greeks long before the Roman conquest of Britain.
The C's implied that Homer's Iliad was really an epic about the Celts not the Greeks as per Iman Wilken's book 'Where Once Stood Troy'. I was struck when reading Geoffrey of Monmouth's' History of the Kings of Britain' (which is clearly romanticised fiction) how the story of Brutus mirrors Homer's Odyssey, perhaps deliberately. There is one passage in the account that really struck me, where he describes how Brutus and his companions went to a ruined temple of Diana and offered sacrifice to her. Brutus then has a dream of the goddess in which she tells him to sail past Gaul to an island once occupied by giants and there to found a second Troy. She then said a race of kings will be born there from your stock and the round circle of the earth will be subject to them. The tale of Brutus is truly homeric. As it was written in 1136, this was long before the British Empire arose. However, for a myth, it is strange that in some real sense it was fulfilled when you look at the Anglo-American Empire of the last 400 years.
I appreciate that written histories have been seriously corrupted but there is normally some basis or grain of truth within them. For example, the Romans truly believed that they were Trojan descendants and just maybe the name 'Alban' could be tenuous proof of this connection or maybe not. I think it is the same with Scotia, the legendary founder of the Scotti, which tribe would go on to occupy Alban and change its name to Scotland. Scotia was by legend the daughter of Zedekiah the last King of Judah who along with her sister Tea-Tephi (who became Tara, the Queen of Ireland) were put in the guardianship of Jeremiah the Prophet who took them to Egypt and then on to the British Isles and safety. The British Israelites claim that the records of the Bards in Ireland show, that when Jeremiah and the king's daughters were in Egypt, they had in their possession, Jacob's Pillar Stone, and the Mysterious, and Holy Sacred Ark of the Covenant. Jacob's Pillar Stone is, of course, reputedly now the famous Coronation Stone of the Kings of Ireland, Scotland, and England.
Myths are very powerful and are often remembered through poetry and song. Here is just one example:
Old Irish verse:
The praises of Tea Tephi are sung as:
"The Beautiful One with a Royal Prosperous Smile."
"Tephi (Hebrew beautiful) the most beautiful that traversed the Plain."
"Temor of Bregia, whence so called."
Relate to me O learned Sages,
When was the place called Temor?
Was it in the time of Parthalon of battles?
Or at the first arrival of Caesaire?
Tell me in which of these invasions
Did the place have the name of Tea-mor?
O Tuan, O generous Finchadh,
O Dubhan, Ye venerable Five
Whence was acquired the name of Te-mor?
Until the coming of the agreeable Teah
The wife of Heremon of noble aspect.
A Rampart was raised around her house
For Teah the daughter of Lughaidh (God's House)
She was buried outside in her mound
And from her it was named Tea-muir.
Cathair, Crofin not inapplicable.
Was its name among the Tuatha-de-Danaan
Until the coming of Tea - the Just
Wife of Heremon of the noble aspect?
A wall was raised around her house
For Tea the daughter of Lughaidh,
(And) she was interred in her wall outside,
So that from her is Tea-mor.
A habitation which was a Dun (Hebrew court) and a fortress
Which was the glory of murs without demolition,
On which the monument of Tea after her death,
So that it was an addition to her dowry.
The humble Heremon had
A woman in beautiful confinement
Who received from him everything she wished for.
He gave her whatever he promised,
Bregatea a meritorious abode
(Where lies) The grave, which is the great Mergech (Hebrew burial place)
The burial place which was not violated.
The daughter of Pharaoh of many champions
Tephi, the most beautiful that traversed the Plain.
She gave a name to her fair cahir,
The woman with the prosperous royal smile,
Mur-Tephi where the assembly met.
It is not a mystery to be said
A Mur (was raised) over Tephi I have heard.
Strength this, without contempt,
Which great proud Queen have formed
The length, breadth of the house of Tephi,
Sixty feet without weakness
As Prophets and Druids have seen.
From "Forward" - Watchman What of the Dawn
There are huge difficulties applying such myths to known history but we do know that Ireland was invaded by Milesian or Giodelic Celts from Spain who overcame the Tuatha Dé Danann, whose origins appear to be somewhat mystical if you believe the legends Tuatha Dé Danann - Wikipedia
According to the legend, the Milesians encountered three Tuatha Dé Danann goddesses, Ériu
, who asked that the island be named after them; Ériu is the origin of the modern name Éire
, and Banba and Fodla are still sometimes used as poetic names for Ireland. Here we find the triplicative goddess concept again, which links with Diana, also a triple goddess, in the form of: Diana, Luna, and Hecate. Again, was Diana really Danu? Tara and Scotia may have been the same person or two different people in different times or just the names of persons around whom legends have accreted, like Robin Hood and King Arthur. It is impossible to validate these claims today unless bodies can be found, carbon dated and DNA samples taken.
The British Israelites have sought hard to establish though a link between the Davidic line of Judah and British Kings for their own messianic purposes. There may be something in it but if the C's are right, then the real link between the British and the Judahites is with Paris/Abraham, which is much further back in time but, as you state, Judaic history has been heavily corrupted.
I attach something I downloaded from the internet, which promotes the British Israelite thinking for those who might be interested. I don't buy into it but one passage did make me think when recalling what the C's said:
"Pharaoh Cingris to the Irish, who was strangled in a boat on the Nile, became the Pharaoh of the Exodus during the time of Moses.
This is possibly a garbled reference to Pharaoh Akhenaten, if the C's are right about his fate.
I would have to agree that the C's do give very cryptic clues. Although we are now preoccupied with other worries, would it be too much to ask them to give some futher clues/comments or has this particular parade now passed us by?