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Origins of the British

August 10, 2017

The British original sea-faring Khumry?



* Uncovering The Real History Of The British Isles
British and Welsh History, the Ancient Coelbren & the Khumry
* Britain is as tribal now as it has been for millennia
* Alan Wilson & Baram Blackett: British and Welsh History, the Ancient Coelbren & the Khumry   


Examine the above map and notice that the missing-link British People known as the Khumry might have come via the mediterranean seaways to Britain, from Syria… this also ties in with genetic research on the ‘fathers of the ancient british geneline’ by researchers such as Stephen Oppenheimer and Barry Cunliffe.

The Khumry (Cymru means Welsh) are recorded in numerous historical documents in Latin, Greek and other languages as a sea-going race tracked from Syria or Egypt up the Atlantic trade route to Wales at least a 1,000 years before the birth of Christ. The Khumry’s ancient written language known as Coelbren can be used to translate documents from Ancient Egypt, through Ancient Etruria and Raetia up through Basque into Wales via either the rivers of southern France or the pillars of Hercules i.e. Portugal passing Gibraltar.Welsh (or Old Cymruic) is the cypher for translation of all these ‘untransaltable’ artefacts…

The central-european-originating Celts were INVENTED in the 18th century for political i.e. German Royal Family, purposes… or were they? Watch and decide what the hell version of ABH or Ancient British History takes your fancy.


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