Gary Biltcliffe - Legacy of the Etruscans - Khymry Khumry Cymru Umbria Cumbria Northumberland

Etruscan walls like the Peruvian polygonal walls.

in the closing moments of the following video presentation titled Legacy of the Etruscans, Gary Biltcliffe seems to be channeling the ever-contentious Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett team who claim to have translated all the thus-far-discovered Etruscan engravings, carvings and texts using the Coelbren Alphabet and an ancient Welsh (or Cwmryc) dictionary.

Their claim is 'reasonable translations' fall out of such a weird process... but not as weird as Biltcliff's claim that 'maybe the Etruscans or their Pelasgian forefathers helped cut the stones for Stonehenge'. Crackin' (dangerous) implications all crammed into 45 mins.

P.S. 1: if the Druids say that 'a carved standing stone is a dead standing stone', why do the Druids still worship at the carved-stone i.e. soul-killed stone, Stonehenge?

P.S. 2: I'm gonna beg Wilson and Blackett to supply some of their Etruscan translations to insert here... done, hope they reply, this time.


Aldo Verrecchia said…
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kathleen sisco said…
Gary Biltcliffe is a through researcher and continually working to reveal new information and interpretations.
His descriptions of the various sites of polygonal wall construction back to the Pelagasi or even older as he finds in his research at Egypt.
Could we discover that the survivors of the 'flood' may have decided to go their own way, each with their followers? Perhaps the discoveries in the Ukraine at Aratta may even be the source.
The cause of the flood may not be as simple as a meteorite, the magnetic disturbances may stem from the Earth's core as science now has information as the the 'blobs' being extruded from the core forming tree-like shapes approaching the ocean floors. These strongly magnetic waves--solitons--created in the past disturbances in the magnetic field, along with burps that are known as magnetic 'jerks.' These emissions may have been responsible in the past for the elimination of civilizations with enormous waves and associated infrasound blasts.
Robert Evans said…
He is talking a lot of rubbish, about British History, I am 102 years old and I studied Ancient Languages at Oxford, I speak old Cymric Middle Cymric and Modern Cymric, the word Cymru comes from very Ancient Times pre Roman and it was linked to all Celtic Peoples of Europe meaning Brotherhood, the Galatians of Turkey named their sites in Brythonic Celtic, Gaer, modern Ankara from Brythonic Yn Caerau and so on, Brennus the founder is known in Macedonia in Croatia, in Italy, in France and was definitely known in Britain in them times, he was a King, but Brennus means King of the Green Valleys in Brythonic Celtic, ( Cymric or Welsh as the English call it ) he was Brynnwys ( King of the Green Vale, that to Celtic Historians puts him as a King (Brenin) of what is now Glamorganshire, Bryn Bren is a Celtic and not Gaelic name. In Glamorganshire we have Brynna Gwynion, which is a very ancient area stretching back over Eight Thousand years, it has Bluestones standing in the fields at a number of positions, it was heavily fortified by the Romans when they arrived there in 39AD, Roman Roads and Ancient Celtic Roads still exist. It is thought that Brennus was born there, certainly his ancestry are Buried there, there are dozens of Massive Burial Mounds never been entered on the Mynydd Marchog above, all over the area was what the Romans called Silurians ( Dubonaeii) as a Tribe, Tribes in the West of Britain spoke the same Brythonic Celtic as the Eastern Tribes in what is now England. Christianity came to this area of Britain in the 1st Century Ad, by the Third Century and up until the Normans destroyed it, there were Two Major Religious Colleges, At Llanilltyd Fawr and Llancarfan, where many of the Saints of Britain and France and further afield were trained in the art of the scriptures, Kings, Princes and other intellectual thinkers also were taught there. Saint David was Irish, but he is the Patron Saint of Wales, St Patrick is Welsh but he is the Patron Saint of Ireland.

Illtyd Teilo Malo Non Samson Cadoc Cwentyn were all taught there and were amongst literally Hundreds of Saints that were to be taught there.

Illtyd and Teilo are revered in the Eastern Orthodox Church and are Iconised in all of the Major Churches in Russia Moscow Novgorod and Kiev and Lwow in Ukraine in Greece Bulgaria Serbia Croatia Roumania Georgia and Armenia. Pelargius was ex communicated by St David in Ceredigion and called a Heretic because he believed the Orthodox teachings, he is Iconised in all the Eastern Churches, he was Welsh, he also wrote that the Cymru was spoken in Galatea.

In all my years I have been involved with Celtic History, I have never heard such a disgraceful load of tosh, yes Etruscans Greeks and others including Egyptians traded around the British shores for at least a Thousand years BC, as for Stonehenge, well being part of the DNA experiment of people of Ceredigion, I was used for the skeleton project at Stonehenge, my DNA was 96% Brythonic Celtic, 2% Breton, and mix of Iberian and Irish, the Breton is interesting, they said it was very similar to Brythonic, I said yes my Great Great Great Grandfather was Breton he spoke Welsh fluently and the Bretons are our Brothers they are us.

The Round Barrow Burials are Celtic and they are found all over Britain and Ireland we call them Carn Scotland and Ireland Cairn, Bretons Carn.

This man is really messing up British History because, North Umbria was part of the Ancient Cymric Kingdom of Rheged, which also was Cumbria, there were no Borders to all of Britain under the Celts we travelled through all the areas, many Hundreds if not thousands of years before the English were even thought of.

I thought he was being rather disrespectful to the Ancient Cymric people. If he has seen what I have seen in my Long Life, he will change his mind.

Go to the Vatican they know a lot about the Celts, Cambridge holds many Ancient and rather sensitive information on the Celts. To release that would not help the cause of dear old England.
Mike Philbin said…
Dear Robert Evans,

exactly as you said it... my point was Wilson & Blackett have been researching exactly this Turkish lineage thru Etruria and France for 'welsh' for decades.

It's great that you concur with many of their claims. Have you heard of the Colbren alphabet cypher? The reckon the welsh grammar is also etruscan grammar, it is. :)

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