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The Truth About Merlin, King Arthur and Excaliburby Michael Horn
Posted: 14:18 December 12, 2009
Publisher's Note: The following discussion between Billy Meier and the extraterrestrial Ptaah allegedly occured on August 11, 2008 and September 16, 2008. The subject of the interview was King Arthur, Merlin the magician and Excalibur the sword. This information has been forwarded to me by Michael Horn, Billy Meier's North American representative. I have a particular interest in the subject matter so I invite you to read the following. Some of the answers and revelations may surprise you.
Land bridge that once connected Tintagel Castle
to the mainland has collapsed.
469th contact of August 11, 2008
King Arthur, or Artus, king of the Celts, contrary to today's depiction of having been a hero or the like, was absolutely not a courtly king in shining armor, nor a good-hearted and noble hero. King Artus was a fierce sixth-century clan leader, a “war king”, who led his pagan warriors in bloody battles and raids. He was a slaughterer and kept the name the “Boar of Cornwall”. His “knights” truly were bloodthirsty murderous thugs as you say. Artus himself was Merlin’s protégé, a pupil of Merlin the druid, for seven years.
Born on January 4, 469, Arthur died on August 11, 509 in the Battle of Camlann (crooked valley) in a battle with his nephew Prince Medraut. Arthur was a brutal and stubborn man to whom human life meant little or nothing.
Arthur's wife was Gwynhwyfara, Guanhamara, or Guinevere (white spirit or glowing spirit, Billy's note). His father was Uther Tudur, carrying the surname Pendragon, who was already married and impregnated another woman in a most insidious manner and thus procreated Arthur. Arthur's mother was Ygerna, who was also married and was the wife of Prince Gorlois. (Actually the liberal Celtic marriage laws did not overvalue lifelong physical fidelity. Thus, while Gorlois, the Cornic duke was deceived and cheated by the fraud, King Uther and Queen Ygerna could engage in a sexual act.)
The story goes like this: Arthur’s father, Uther Tudur Pendragon, fell in love with Queen Ygerna of Cornwall, the young and beautiful wife of Gorlois, Duke and Prince of Cornwall. Ygerna, however, was faithful to her husband. So Uther Pendragon sought the support of Merlin and devised an intrigue to abduct the Queen of Cornwall and seduce her. Merlin lured Gorlois away from his castle on a pretext in order for Uther Pendragon to secretly snatch Ygerna at night and bring her to Tintagel. A confidante of Merlin who was also a servant to the Queen Ygerna of Cornwall then administered a drug to her, and she reached a hallucinogenic and will-less state.
Ygerna was kidnapped from the castle and taken to a certain place where Uther Tudur Pendragon and several male and female druids where already assembled under Merlin’s leadership. Inside the circle they formed, Uther and the drugged (will-less) Ygerna performed the procreation. From their union, Arthur/Artus/Arthus was born on January 4, 469. Uther Tudur did not leave that matter to rest for long – the very same night he let Ygerna’s prince consort Gorlois be killed by his own bloodthirsty knights. The plan he devised with Merlin thus ended with complete success, Ygerna’s husband now out of the way.
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