May 25, 2020

In 500 CE Arthur was born to King Uther and Igraine.  When Arthur was 21 his father the King passed over and Arthur was crowned King by virtue of the fact he was the successful contender to the crown of Wessex that could extract the special Excallibur sword that had been driven deep into an oak tree. The Saxons had already gone on the ramage across much of south east and had at this time designs to rampage further into the Wessex kingdom of King Arthur.  When King Arthur arrived on the throne of Wessex in 518 CE, the saxons were already making plans to enlarge their british territory even more. The kelts or Britons as they were then called had enjoyed 300 years of the perks of roman citizen, now the prospects for becoming subjects of the anglo-saxons with minimal rights was a daunting prospect.

The first map shows the state of affairs111 after Arthur’s reign as king was over. He had been crowned king of Wessex but commanded the loyalty of the area outlined in green in the battle to defend these britons from saxon rule.
King Arthur is famous of his egalitarian approach as he and his 11 knights would sit around the so-called roundtable with each of the 12 names etched into the wood. Arthur’s mission was to introduce chivalry tohe world, to raise the youth of the country to a hitherto undreamed of state of chivalry to enable them to show reverence to women in general  to stand up for the downtrodden  and to serve their king.  To join the order of the Holy Grail they would take the  following 12 vows:

1) To love the donor of their human soul, their designated god on 6d above and beyond.
2) To speak no slander or to listen to it

3) To be utterly truthful to others and to take no unfair advantaghge

4)  To spread the knowledge of 3 cosmic laws, the laws of plus-minus, of freedom-unity and of the entangled-selves
5) To give undivided love to our designated god and his 11 other colleagues on dimensions 6,7,8 and 9.
6) To do all the good we can  all that lies with our power for those less fortunate than ourselves

7) To show pity to the sick and helpless and  by helping them to the best of our ability.
8)  To strive to prevent cruelty to children, animals and feathered life and  to speak fearlessly to those ill-treating thenm in any way
9) To wear whenever possible the symbol of the order a Rose or to keep one near if possible.

10) To promise mentally to carry the sword of the Escalabure
11) To endeavor to right wrongs  and to pledge a fealty to each other under god , for god and for the order of the grail.

12) To always the utmost for you can in love and kindness for  the women who are looked down upon by the world and who are called sinners

King Arthur arrived to give the hard pressed britons back some of their their self respect as they confronted  the invading Saxons who would treat them has 2nd class subjects.  For a period of 27 years King Arthur held off admirably the forages of the Saxons  from 521 until 548 and that was enough time for the the two halves of presentday England & Wales to reach an accommodation of sorts. This balance of power allowed both tribes to learn how to co-exist with each other as each side learned about the talents of the other – the warrior and techno-savvy anglosaxons as opposed to the craftsmen, the artists, poets and musicians of the kelts or britons as they were then called..

The right hand map shows that this accomodation of sorts was temporary.  360 years later we see that that the kelts  had been squeezed into a smaller and smaller westward region and much of this is due to the integration of many kelts into the more dominant culture of the anglo-saxons.

And so the the great experiment was started to blend both sets of attributes into a British nation that would in less than 1300 more years – rule most of the world. That century of undisputed  global dominance was to be from 1813 to 1913.
Another important factor to make this empire possible was the ascendency of the english language which finally took over from french  and latin in 1399 when Henry IV, King of England became the first english ruler since the norman conquest whose native tongue was English rather than French. So the dominant language in Britain evolved from the celtic languages to latin [which assimilated the Greek] to the the old-english of the anglo-saxons to french to modern english which is a composite of previously mentioned 4 languages.