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Published on Sep 24, 2008
www.KingArthursLegacy.com There were TWO King Arthurs, both six generations apart. King Arthur I was the son of Magnus Maximus, and Arthur II was son of King Meurig (Maurice). Arthur I fought the Romans, and killed the Roman Emperor Gratian. Arthur II successfully fought against the Saxons.
Authors Alan Wilson & Baram Blackett have both faced huge opposition over the last 28 years, simply for exposing the truth about our true British history.
This research spans 30 years, and the researchers - one now 76 years old - are still facing carefully planned, and diabolically underhanded character assassination.
Learn now just a little of what 99% of so-called historians fail to show.
For information on their researches: www.KingArthursLegacy.com