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King Arthur

    “One name around which romance has built a voluminous literature is that of King Arthur, the Welsh hero.  This George Washington of his country must have fought many fierce battles to throw back the Anglo-Saxons.  Evidently Arthur was the sword of (YAHUWAH) in defense of the British Church.  He is credited with building or repairing many churches, as well as with successful battling.  The historian Gibbon says:

    ‘But every British church is effaced by the illustrious name of ARTHUR, the hereditary prince of the Silures, in South Wales, and the elective king or general of the nation.  According to the most rational account, he defeated, in twelve successive battles, the Angles of the north and the Saxons of the west; that the declining age of the hero was embittered by popular ingratitude and domestic misfortunes’.” Quoted in Truth Triumphant p. 159

    The earliest sources on Arthur tell that he was a Christian warrior king.  But I am very disappointed to see that the Encyclopedia Britannica is so sympathetic towards the Catholic faith, and often times try to cover up truth or water it down. They make him out to be a Catholic Christian, which states the following; “wherein Arthur bore the image of  St. Mary the ever-virgin upon his shoulder, and the pagans were put to flight.”  James Adair said it best; “The learned world is already fully aquainted with the falsehood of their histories.” History of the American Indians   p. 206

    Thus, let us turn to a more honest account, and what do we learn? “His wars and victories extended to the Continent of Europe, where he successfully defied the forces of the Roman Empire.” Funk & Wagnall’s Encyclopedia (1934)

    King Arthur and his round table of knights were dedicated to preserving the Messianic virtues, they were fighting in defense of the truth.  Arthur  observed the seventh day Sabbath, as he was defending his high Sabbatarian culture.  The Anglo-Saxons with whom he often fought were encouraged by the papacy to wipe  out this civilization that was educated in the Scriptures.

    Arthur had a highly educated guide who was an early primitive priest, or mabey even a prophet, today’s historians make him out to be a magician.  He is known by the name of Merlin.  He was to Arthur what Isaiah was to Hezekiah!

    Arthur’s death is said to have been in the year 537, it was the next year in which the papacy is said to have ascended to power, and then ruled with an iron hand during the Dark Ages, the well known 1260 years, as pointed out by YAHUWAH would be so (Revelation 11:2 & 12:6, 14 & Daniel 7:25), France put the papacy in power in 538 and took them out in 1798 when the pope was taken prisoner, it fulfilled this time, notice they had to get past Arthur before they could be in power.

    “Ussher has recorded some of the poems of the leading Welsh bard, Taliessin, poet laureate we may say, who wrote:


 Brian Boru

    Brian Boroimhe, or Boru (926-1014), a warrior king of Erin.

    “The guerilla fights, waged for decades between the native Irish and their foreign overlords, took on the form of a national warfare when Brian Boru emerged as one of Hibernia’s greatest heroes.  First, he fought valiantly along with his brother Mahon, king of Munster, and after his brother’s death, alone as successor to the kingdom.  Step by step he subdued one after another of the Danish kingdoms.  The two great battles which climaxed his career were those of Glen Mama and Clontarf, both near Dublin.  In the first he made himself master of all Ireland, up to the gates of Dublin.  In the second, Dublin was brought under the rule of a native Irish king, though he, his son, and his grandson lost their lives in the conflict.

    “It must not be thought that with the victories of Brian, the Danes were entirely expelled from Irish soil.  They continued for some years with varying fortunes, now weak, now strong, but never again in the ascendancy.  The power of the Danes grew weaker and weaker, but the papacy grew stronger and stronger.  The great victory of Brian, 1014, in the battle of Clontarf, was only some fifty years before the time when William the Conqueror, under the guidance of the pope, led his Normans to the conquest of England.  The Latin clergy in Ireland, seeking the ruin of the Celtic Church, gained a formidable ally in the papal Norman kings of England.  It was an easy task, upon the death of a Celtic Church leader in Ireland, to substitute a Roman bishop from time to time as his successor.  Finally, a traitor to the Celtic Church was found in Celsus, the Celtic archbishop of Armagh, who contrived to make Malachy, a youth instructed in the continental school of Bernard of Clairvaux deeply permeated by papal teaching, his successor.  This Malachy ‘finally reduced Ireland beneath the supremacy of Rome and introduced Roman discipline’.  Therefore when, a little later, Henry II, under the authorization of the papacy, brought Ireland under English rule, the subjection of the Celtic Church was complete.” Truth Triumphant p. 97, 98 by B. G. Wilkinson

    Parents be careful what you name your children, for it might effect him.  The child might grow up trying to live up to that name and decide to make war upon the Catholic church by exposing her abominations.

    Brian is considered a Christian name, it came to mean “strong” or “honorable” because of Brian Boru.  Some dictionaries of gods also list a god by the name of Brian, this god in none other than the historical Brian Boru whom I suppose some deified, anything but the truth it seems.  But the fact is that Brian Boru was fighting as a loyal patriot for his seventh day Sabbath keeping civilization.  It wasn’t until about sixty years after the death of Brian that Queen Margaret with a zeal for the Roman church set out to Romanize the Celtic Church in Scotland.

    “Margaret never hesitated to unite church and state.  Like Constantine she joined together that which (Messiah) had put asunder.  Beginning with a Sunday law, she proceeded to the demolition of the Celtic Church.  How little does the public

           Woe unto him who doth not keep

           From Romish wolves his holy sheep

    All must admire the spirit of the Welsh church leaders.  Their lot was hard enough with the fierce Anglo-Saxon armies constantly harassing them.  Added to that were the demands of the papal emissaries and of the organization backed by the king of France and the Roman emperor.” Truth Triumphant p. 162

 (The rest of the chapter goes into more depth over the Sabbath controversy with Rome)

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