Tagged: Arthur Pendragon

Reclaiming Sovereignty: The Awakening of Arthur Pendragon

On 23rd June 2016, the British people up and down the land voted resoundingly to leave the European Union. If this vote had been counted as if it had been a General Election, it wouldn’t just have been 17 million-plus in favour of leaving; two-thirds of constituencies voted overwhelmingly to Leave. And they did so, in such vast numbers, not solely because of out-of-control immigration, nor because they were swayed by a big bright number on a shiny red bus. The majority voted for Brexit in order to claim their country back from foreign domination. They did it to reclaim their Sovereignty from those who, if they don’t actually seek to drive us over the cliffs like Gabriel Oak’s poor sheep in Far From the Madding Crowd, are driving our race in that direction. Continue reading

The Underworld Initiation of King Arthur by Morgan the Fae

As you can see, from spelling Morgan le Fay as Morgan the Fae, we immediately know who she is. She is Morrigan, the Celtic Dark Queen of the Fae. And the presence of this Faery Queen as a key character in stories about Arthur tells us that when they were compiled by Geoffrey of Monmouth for his History of the Kings of Britain, they were not historical records but magical texts. Continue reading