Despite the smears and censors, Wilson and Blackett have always provided detailed evidence to support their claims. They have rediscovered the truth about ancient British history - the truth which was deliberately subverted by the English establishment...
Bear in mind that Edward Llwyd, an historian of note based at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, concluded that it was indeed Arthur 1 who defeated the French at Sassy/Soissons. This is the same king Anhun, Anthun, no doubt about it. Polydore Virgil, King Henry V111's historian, was right when he noted that the mythical "Arthur" figure in our histories would had to have been 250 years old to have done what was claimed. The truth, as Wilson and Blackett show, is simple. There were two Arthurs! The genealogies of the ancient Kings proves this!
Our ancient Khumric-Welsh manuscripts are not in doubt and archaelogical digs undertaken by Wilson, Blackett, Dr. Eric Talbot and Alan Wishart (MA) of Glasgow University in 1990 are detailed in The Holy Kingdom and prove, beyond any doubt, that St.Peters Super Montem is, perhaps, the most important early Christian site in Europe.
No wonder the Catholic church is concerned, because it emerges, in Wilson and Blackett's book and through their 25 years of research, that Christianity arrived here in AD 37, "the last year of Tiberius", and that the ancient Welsh manuscripts, whose provenance is not in doubt, show this. The dig at St. Peters indicated that it dated to the 1st Century AD. So Rome is the daughter, not the mother, church. (And I was bought up in the high Anglo-Catholic church and have no problem with it from a religious point of view!)The irony is that Cardinal Baronius, chief historian of the Roman Catholic church, stated that Christianity arrived in Britain in AD35. Nennius concurs, he claimed AD37!
The academics are running scared from Wilson and Blackett and that's why so many people are afraid of their remarkable conclusions. Your history, my history, British history, was painted over by those in favour of a different, Orwellian nightmare version of English history with the Angles and Saxons in prime position.
Luckily, we have brave men like Alan and Baram to defend the ancient kings.
I encourage anybody reading this to buy their book and support their work.
Tim Matthews, Ancient British Historical Association.