Jesus in Britain? No Way! Glastonbury Myths Debunked…

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The Shepherd’s Chapel offers a curious title in their book list by E. Raymond Capt called the Traditions of Glastonbury. I must confess, in all my time as a Chapel student I heard Murray allude to it but it never piqued my interest.

There is actually incredible deception hidden away in this myth that I will break the ice on in this article linking the Merovingian bloodline, the Grail conspiracy and the British throne.

In time you will see exactly what I mean when I call the Chapel the cutting edge of New Age religion…

So as a research project I decided to look into to see what I could find.

Here’s a quaint video by Capt himself putting forth his absurd speculation that Jesus traveled to Britain as a young man…

There’s a lot to it but the story essentially is that Jesus as a young man, during the “lost years” traveled with his uncle Joseph to Great Britain. A church was also established there soon after Christ’s death and Mary with other disciples went there as well.

By this time in history according to the British Israelist’s the true Israel and it’s throne was already located there.

Jesus early years are called the “lost years” because the bible makes no reference to Jesus activity until his ministry (save for the one lone account at the temple as a young person).

As a result of this silence in the record, man puts forth no shortage of wild speculation about his travels during this time.

So Joseph carries Christ as a young man to Glastonbury Tor. This location became to be associated with the place known in the Arthurian legend as Avalon. In 1190 enterprising monks forged a link of identification between Glastonbury Abbey and the Avalon of Arthurian legend after the church was destroyed by fire.

Of course these are inconvenient details to a mind consumed with fantasy…

This is important as we are beginning to see significant myths surrounding the Grail conspiracy and the Merovingian bloodline beginning to merge…

The deception is so colossal and I don’t have the words or thoughts to explain what I’m seeing…

So I had put this whole Glastonbury myth on the back shelf… until today when I ran across this article proving the whole thing to be a fabrication by monks of the 12th century…

Glastonbury Myths Made up by 12th Century Monks

 

 

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Author: Timothy Campbell

Independent researcher exposing Joel's Army / Latter-Rain Movement, Christian evangelist and helping to expose the plot of the ages - the church will be here during the great tribulation (or Golden Age of Gaia) and will have resist the beast and his mark...

One thought on “Jesus in Britain? No Way! Glastonbury Myths Debunked…”

  1. That article provides no evidence whatsoever that Christ visiting Britain is a myth. So they found remains from a 7th Century Saxon Church, big whoop. Their are ages upon ages of structure there. (Also archaeologists can never agree on dates, so not much weight there. If we were to take the full word of archaeologists and dating, then everything in the Bible is all wrong, including the story in the Bible that Judah and Israel were once one kingdom under King David.) There is far much information regarding Christ’s visits to England and other places as well, then just the legends surrounding Glastonbury. There are also accounts from Lebanon also corroborating the story of Christ’s sailing to Britain from Phoenicia. (The people there would have nothing to gain to make such a claim.) It’s also well documented that the tin trade was a big deal during that time (from Britain to the Middle East). As a historian, I can assure you, there is enough evidence that Christ did visit the British Isles as least once. (To claim otherwise is a clear show of ignorance.) Archaeologists need to focus on studying archaeology and quit trying to concoct new histories based on shards of glass and bits of stone or copper. Let our predecessors tell the story, and let historians study it.

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