|Neolithic Man Part 2|
|A History of Britain, Parts of Europe and the Bible Lands to the Romans|
|Creation to the Romans|
|Was there a Gap?||The last British Neanderthals?||Catastrophism
and Cave Men
|Cave Men in Historic Times||The giant race
of the Formorians
|Dating the Exodus||Miscellaneous||Links||Division in the days of Peleg 2247 BC|
|Ancient Man in Britain||Book Reviews|
|Hu Gadarn Joshua and the Welsh Triads||Building Stonehenge||Neanderthal origins?||Towards a new Chronology||After the Flood||The Colonisation of Ireland||A stone age find by the Author.||The Genesis X Files||Were the Nordic peoples originally Canaanites?|
|Brutus and the Trojan War||Neanderthal Nephilim?||Ice Age|
The purpose of this site is a re-evaluation of British/ Irish ancient histories in the light of a creation model; from the creation of the world in 4004 BC through to the flood and post flood ice age and dispersion from Babel through to the stone bronze and iron ages and the Romans. The author rejects any evolutionary theories about the big bang and shows instead how everything was created from the beginning of the world. There is a wide range of discussion on catastrophism to the velekovskian catastrophe of 687 BC and how the North Sea reclaimed land that was previously inhabited by peoples of the bronze; palaeolithic/mesolithic and neolithic industries, and how Britain finally became an island before the introduction of iron working into Britain and Ireland by the melisians in the so-called pre-Roman iron age for which the evidence is very compelling. There is as yet more work to be done for the uprating of this site; and the author has his friends at www.answersingenesis.org to notify about this historic moment. Of particular interest is the author's current belief that Brutus who founded Britain with his first colony of ancient Britons founded the bronze industry on Britain with the legend of the sword in the stone, and that either Avebury or Stonehenge could have been the original "Round Table" with its link to the beginning of the bronze industry on Britain. While the jury is still out on this idea, although circumstancial it is indeed very compelling And there are other criteria to consider and have examined before making the crucial decision.
The author is here interested in Bronze age traditions and vows to carry on
or quest into the idea that the "sword in the stone " or the "Lady in the
lake " and swords being thrown into lakes &c is most probably a pagan
tradition and the author here refutes that it has any thing to do with
Arthur and so that ultimately the two mustn't be confused with each other but
that the pagan traditions can most probably be dated back to the bronze age
which started in 2900 AM or for our purposes 1104 BC . The reader will also
find that the author's ideas differ to that of modern so called "scholarship"
and will therefore find that he dates the stone age in Britain and Ireland
at 2520 AM or 1484 BC through to the iron age. this date is more or less in
agreement with modern archaeology and the date for the pre-Roman iron age
for Britain and Ireland is AM 3500 or 504 BC. The reader will find some
interesting pages on the gap theory along with the publication in the
miscellaneous section under the heading of "Miscellaneous" and I would like to
thank my reader's attention for bearing with me in writing the author's
preface and introduction.
Author: JohnHXF. email the author at the address shown above.