...back in 2015, I wrote about Stephen Oppenheimer's intriguing genetic research suggesting that the Brits might have actually been a Basque-refuge-remnant from the Great Neolithic Atlantic Trade Route age. What did these ancient people speak? Were they fascinating boat-builders or roaming beach-combers. What was their writing like? Were they Celts? Were they Druids?
This Christmas, while holidaying in Europe, I read Oppenheimer's 2006 book "The Origins of the British" which goes into much greater detail and leads directly into Welsh i.e. Coelbren, language territory.
But first, let's remember that Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett have been doggedly researching the Two King Arthurs and the Ten Tribes of Israel for many a decade. There's nothing wrong with research, if you have the evidence, but for me Wilson/Blackett's far more important research concerns the ancient runic writing known as the Coelbren Script, pronounced Coilbrin...
|The Coelbren Script|
Where does the ancient-Welsh Coelbren Script tie into Oppenheimer genetic research about the people of ancient Britain?
Any western migrating sea-faring or beach-combing nation of people who made it to Wales where their proto-Welsh ancient language-speakers might have also repopulated the western Atlantic coast of Europe several times since the Neolithic age. If so, maybe the Coelbren Script was written BY the Welsh-Basque Druids(?) and re-exported a millennia or so later via the Phoenecian shipping lanes as a Lingue-Europa or Unified Trading Language.
Somebody needs to write the book called THE ANCIENT JOURNEY OF THE KHUMRIC PEOPLE and make a film of it...