The Forensic Historians - Hidden Heritage of Britain
PART 3 OF 3
In this installment Alan Wilson examines the true origins of ancient British History. Tracing the British race back to Brutus and earlier. Wilson and Blackett claim that the ancient Welsh people, the Cymric were originally called the Khumry who were the lost tribes of Israel. Incredibly they also claim to have deciphered "undecipherable" Etruscan inscriptions because the alphabet is an older version of the Coelbren alphabet used by ancients in Britain. They also claim to have used this language to allow them to interprate evidence indicating the tribes brought the Ark of The Covenant to Britain where it may still reside and they believe they know where it is. In addition they have pinpointed a place where they claim the Holy Cross (Christ's cross) is hidden behind a wall in a Welsh hillside. Buy this series on DVD >, Wilson & Blackett's Books >
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