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« Reply #20 on: December 20, 2009, 05:13:46 pm »
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Hi to all of you

Well there is definitely no need to fight over this but I must say that it has made interesting reading and I was thoroughly enjoying it all pity that it must end here. Cry  Happy Christmas to all of you.

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« Reply #21 on: December 21, 2009, 03:04:53 am »
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no hard feelings alan,lets just for get this (dont want to call it an argument)but a very good debate,we could go on all next year about this,and craftboy hope you find many more of them wonderful foreign coins Funny,Alan would love to meet you over a few pints of ale and chat all night about history and metaldetecting,and If I find the big hord in Ireland (dreaming again)you will be the first to know.
Fly to belfast tuesday,hope to try some beach combing,If I get the chance,can only do that in N.Ireland,its not legal in the Rerublic,never found much over there plenty of pedecimal coins,its always good for silvers the pre 1946 shillings and 6 pences,still its nice to find.....mikek

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« Reply #22 on: December 28, 2009, 02:23:39 am »
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Damn, i love those coins.
Hopefully i ll find some celtic coins in belgium.
Greetings and show us some more in the future.

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« Reply #23 on: December 28, 2009, 11:08:19 am »
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This is interesting in the extreme!

I'm in Texas and don't get out to Britain much "Never" as a matter of fact.
I have no desire to leave Texas. Maybe it's my own failing but I love this place.

I just have a keen love of true history and to read of the recovery of facts vs fairy tails.

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« Reply #24 on: December 28, 2009, 05:57:19 pm »
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Quote:Posted by Out4gold
This is interesting in the extreme!

I'm in Texas and don't get out to Britain much "Never" as a matter of fact.
I have no desire to leave Texas. Maybe it's my own failing but I love this place.

I just have a keen love of true history and to read of the recovery of facts vs fairy tails.

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if as you say you are interested in real british history then you should click the following link and get some idea as to the truth of real british history and how America was discovered in AD 562 by King Arthur long before columbus.

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    then you can also check out my own site

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I hope this helps you but your better off buying the books by Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett which should be available in every school in the world.

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« Reply #25 on: December 30, 2009, 03:56:43 pm »
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Very interesting Alan but the discovery goes back even farther than that. Without an established settlement here the word discovered
should not applicable. Stumbled upon perhaps.

There has been a discovery of a caucasian man
with a Clovis point embedded in his pelvis, found in Idaho.
Explanations are pending as to how he got to be here.
Maybe he was a Celt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This would date his arrival at about 14,000 years bp.




I really like this site the people here are extrordinary.
Thanks for the link and your knowlege of Britain is very interesting.


I still love Texas it's great to be here.I recently saw my first White Christmas.
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« Reply #26 on: December 30, 2009, 06:39:34 pm »
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Great find !!  Ancient coins......

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« Reply #27 on: January 12, 2010, 05:27:02 am »
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Cracking finds- only found one Celtic . Well done

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« Reply #28 on: February 11, 2010, 05:09:50 am »
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Being a Geology fanatic, I would have thought that a comet strike,or comet debris large enough to devastate most of England would have left quite a few geological features behind.
Can anyone tell me if any geo evidence has ever been seen? if so Where??? Undecided

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« Reply #29 on: February 11, 2010, 05:48:31 am »
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Being a Geology fanatic, I would have thought that a comet strike,or comet debris large enough to devastate most of England would have left quite a few geological features behind.
Can anyone tell me if any geo evidence has ever been seen? if so Where??? Undecided


You might be just the man to be able to shed more light onto this if your that interested and have an open mind and look at the prospects objectivally.  Goto the Myths section and read Camelot Discovered and also the huge settlement discovery?
Maybe you can put your own thoughts into this because if Camelot (caermeade) was destroyed by a Comet traces if Iridium might be found there or some other form of matter that is associated with Comets in the ground and surrounding areas.  Theres a challenge for you if you really want proof.  I guarantee the English Establishement wont do anything about it because if the truth is revealed it will mean they have to recognise King Arthur.  This they will never do because King Arthur can be traced right the way back in time through his blood lines and the King Lists that are still available.
Once they recognise King Arthur they will have to also recognise the fact that Jesus survived the cross and was bought to Britain by Joseph of Arimatea.  They will also have to recognise that Jesus is buried in Britain not England because it is documented in Songs of the Graves.  And once they do that the English Establishment is going to Undermine the very foundations that the Roman Church was founded on.  You have a huge dilema on your hands once you start tampering in Ancient British History and like myself, Alan Wilson, Baram Blackett and others who attempt to reveal the truth, some moronic Academic will get on a soap box and attempt to discredit yourself. While the Establishment can get Editors to block suppress and black list you so that your information never gets into the public domain by way of the media, they are unable to control free speech on the Internet which today is their worst enemy.
I would most certainly love to hear what you have to say in reply to this post.  regards alan hassell

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