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Old December 21st, 2015, 03:21 PM   #1

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King Authari the Legendary King Arthur and the Elves.


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Well here it is folks, a year in the making, enjoy and relish in this awesome discovery, and please share it with your friends, the video I made I mean, that caused me quite a lot of pain to make.

King Authari was elected as King of the Langobards in 584 by the nobles of the land after a ten year interregnum which succeeded his father Cleph who had ruled for 2 years before his death. Cleph had succeeded Alboin whom I call Albuin who had been the king of the newly forged Kingdom of the Langobards in Italy. So one could say that when Authari became king he had then essentially united the land of Alboin. Authari apparently died in 590 when Agilulf Succeeded him as king, though I believe it is quite possible that Authari and Agilulf are the same person, for reasons you can witness in my video. Agilulf fought against a king of the Avars called Organna, the Avars were also known as the Huns who were an asiatic sort of people.

Authari is the legendary historical person of King Arthur.

The similarities are as follow and even more if you are willing to watch the video.

Arthur's father was a man called Uther Pendragon, a king who ruled for two years before his death, after Uther's death there was a ten year interregnum in which the nobles then ruled the land, after the ten possibly twelve years the nobles elected Arthur as their king. made king by an election, Arthur at the time was said to have been 15 years old and had Blonde hair.

Authari was in the bloom of his youth and had blonde hair, which isn't anything to strange in Italy because the legal age of consent over there is 14 keeping with the 1500 year old tradition of middle age law because back then that was the legal age for boys then as well! 12 for girls.

So Arthur united the lands of Albion

Authari united the lands of Alboin

Arthur fought against his wicked half sister Morgan Le Fay

Authari/Agilulf fought against a king of the Avars called Organnna

Arthur fought against the Romans and the Franks

Authari fought against the Romans and the Franks

By all means Lucius Tiberius is probably inspired from Tiberius II

There are more similarities but you'll just have to watch the video to find those out, these are the key core similarities.


The old Norse for Elf from which the english word is derived from is Alfar. Elves in the middle ages often had their sex changed from a man to a woman and sometimes they would even change from Elf to Fairy because back in the middle ages there was less difference between the two.

So the Avars were also called the Huns the Huns obviously being an Asiatic sort of people would make Asians elves.

Here's the video I made the audio sort of syncs out at the end but that was the best one we were able to do so.

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Old December 21st, 2015, 04:52 PM   #2

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I've watched 45 minutes of talking head and no light has come on. OK, I'm deaf, there are no captions, or anything else beyond what seems nothing more than blather. You can not substitute a rambling speech to establish your hypothesis. Publish your proofs with the accompanying bibliography, notes, and whatever supporting materials you can find.

Keep your day job, and leave scholastic research to those who haved dedicated their lives and careers to the study of the 5-10th centuries. I'll leave a more detailed response to Peter Graham & Co. who can hear your claims and point out their deficiencies.
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I've watched 45 minutes of talking head and no light has come on. OK, I'm deaf, there are no captions, or anything else beyond what seems nothing more than blather. You can not substitute a rambling speech to establish your hypothesis. Publish your proofs with the accompanying bibliography, notes, and whatever supporting materials you can find.

Keep your day job, and leave scholastic research to those who haved dedicated their lives and careers to the study of the 5-10th centuries. I'll leave a more detailed response to Peter Graham & Co. who can hear your claims and point out their deficiencies.
Well I didn't mean for you to watch the video since you were deaf, but understand I probably would have gone into more detail if I wasn't half passed tired right now. If I left scholastic research to those who 'dedicated' their lives to this sort of thing King Arthur would have never been discovered.
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All right. Write your proofs up in a manner that we can evaluate just how persuasive those proofs are in establishing your hypothesis. Those who are most knowledgeable, will naturally challenge your proofs, and you are expected to defend them and strengthen them as the discussion goes forward. There are respected members here who can be convinced, but it takes a lot more than you have brought to the table since your arrival here. You, with no training or the least learning into one of the darker corners of European history, make some astounding claims. Now you must either pass a peer review, or go back to whatever you were doing before your dazzling moment of seeing what thousands upon thousands of earnest scholars failed to detect over at least the last four hundred years.

Elves? Are you saying that German tourists are the foundation for English fairy beliefs? I imagine that the seas are gathering and a tsunami of criticism and pointed questions will arrive. Maybe not. The community here has been more than patient with you, and so far you have produced zero. Why bother and waste our time with you? If you can't convince this crowd, that's pretty forgiving about proper citations, your best bet is the credulity of the uneducated.
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All right. Write your proofs up in a manner that we can evaluate just how persuasive those proofs are in establishing your hypothesis. Those who are most knowledgeable, will naturally challenge your proofs, and you are expected to defend them and strengthen them as the discussion goes forward. There are respected members here who can be convinced, but it takes a lot more than you have brought to the table since your arrival here. You, with no training or the least learning into one of the darker corners of European history, make some astounding claims. Now you must either pass a peer review, or go back to whatever you were doing before your dazzling moment of seeing what thousands upon thousands of earnest scholars failed to detect over at least the last four hundred years.

Elves? Are you saying that German tourists are the foundation for English fairy beliefs? I imagine that the seas are gathering and a tsunami of criticism and pointed questions will arrive. Maybe not. The community here has been more than patient with you, and so far you have produced zero. Why bother and waste our time with you? If you can't convince this crowd, that's pretty forgiving about proper citations, your best bet is the credulity of the uneducated.
I ain't gotta do anything, these are the proofs, this is all you'll need. They are the core of what makes up Arthurian legend. The only difference being is that Authari was a Germanic King of the Langobards and not British. He's even got the right time period.

You can try denying the existence of elves, but then you're only denying an entire part of the human species, so I'm not the crazy one there.

As for citations you can read the Historia Langobardorum for youself, because everything I've said is in that book. Apart from you know comparing Authari to Arthur because that mix up didn't happen till like the 11th/12th century. Possibly earlier at least for Britain, because Abloin's legend spread across all of the nations who spoke the Germanic tongue, including the Saxons, so in a way the Saxons are the ones who carried over the Arthurian legend or rather Autharian legend into Britain.
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As for I know Authari is a well studied figure. Overall here, his Kingdom was in Italy. Langobards made him King just to organize better the lands they had conquered.

Our "Flavius" [he adopted this Roman Latin name/title] has described as a great King in the Historia Logobardorum [Paulus Diacunus] and his Kingdom had to be quite nice ...

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Erat hoc mirabile in regno Langobardorum: nulla erat violentia, nullae struebantur insidiae; nemo aliquem iniuste angariabat, nemo spoliabat; non erant furta, non latrocinia; unusquisque quo libebat securus sine timore
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There was something wonderful in the kingdom of the Lombards: there was no violence, not plotted pitfalls; no one oppressed the others unjustly, nobody plundered; there was no theft, no robbery; everyone went wherever he wanted to go, safely and without fear
Albion - Alboin ...

I have to say that the coincidence of the assonance of the names is at least curious. Anyway, the contexts are well different:

Alboin was a person [King of the Lombards], Albion was a name referred to a geographical area.

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Arthur fought against his wicked half sister Morgan Le Fay

Authari/Agilulf fought against a king of the Avars called Organnna
I guess that there is a long research for assonance behind such a particular comparison. But I honestly don't grasp the similarity between a half sister and the kinf of a former ally power ...

This just to express a first comment ...
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As for I know Authari is a well studied figure. Overall here, his Kingdom was in Italy. Langobards made him King just to organize better the lands they had conquered.

Our "Flavius" [he adopted this Roman Latin name/title] has described as a great King in the Historia Logobardorum [Paulus Diacunus] and his Kingdom had to be quite nice ...



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Albion - Alboin ...

I have to say that the coincidence of the assonance of the names is at least curious. Anyway, the contexts are well different:

Alboin was a person [King of the Lombards], Albion was a name referred to a geographical area.



I guess that there is a long research for assonance behind such a particular comparison. But I honestly don't grasp the similarity between a half sister and the kinf of a former ally power ...

This just to express a first comment ...
It's in the names AlpinLuke Morgan Le Fay is also known as Morganna which is just one letter away from Organna. As for the similarity between a half sister that half sister could be inspired from Albsuinda the only known daughter between Clothsind and Alboin/Albuin whom would have had a claim to the throne of the Langobards against Authari.

Yes just one more similiarity that I left out, Authari's kingdom was known as a time of peace and prosperity just like the legendary King Arthur. I don't exactly known how well known Authari is in Italy. apparently though Arthur is a very popular king in there. I really wanted to get you into a podcast so I could get your reaction for this Alpin but well at least now you see this.

I forgot to say it in the video but Rosamund is in part of the legend of Guinevere, her infidelity which led to the death of her husband Alboin, and would eventually cause the kingdom itself to fall apart, not to be reuinted until Authari was elected king. So Rosamund makes for half of the legend of Guinevere while Theodelinda Authari's wife who was 'much loved by the Langobards' as Guinevere was held in high esteem, so it is Theodelinda who makes up the other half of Guinevere's tale.

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Brilliant! Woody Allen meets George Carlin while channeling Glenn Beck, had me splitting a gut the whole way. I would consider a language warning! Good luck with the Celestine Order, can't wait for the book.



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Brilliant! Woody Allen meets George Carlin while channeling Glenn Beck, had me splitting a gut the whole way. I would consider a language warning! Good luck with the Celestine Order, can't wait for the book.



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Are... Are you saying I'm Woody Allen, George Carlin and Glenn Beck? And I'm not sure what you mean by splitting a gut.

Also thank you, the Celestine Order will need lots of luck, but I'm confident that there's also a lot of good people out in the world who will help see it through.

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For those who don't want to watch the video, let me summarise the entire argument:

The names of some people and things sometimes use the same letters as names of some other people and things. Therefore, they're obviously the same thing even if there's no other evidence of it, and the names were used at wildly-differing points in time. Anyone who thinks otherwise (i.e., wants evidence or points to the whack, time-travel chronology) simply doesn't want to be enlightened.
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