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Post by frankbeswick on 29th December 2010, 8:55 pm

Those of you interested in the transition from Roman to Post-Roman Britian have some good books recently published to read: Britiain After Rome, by Robin Fleming; UnRoman Britian, by Miles and Laycock; Brittania, the failed State, by Laycock. I have been reading these recently. When I was a kid I was fed the rubbish that the Britons all disappeared or were driven to Wales by Saxon invaders, so that the English are basically Germanic. I intuitively felt that this was untrue, so I have been fascinated by the transition from Roman to Anglo-Saxon Britain. I know now that recent thinking has vindicated those of us who felt that the Britons had survived to be the ancestors of the modern English.

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Post by frankbeswick on 25th February 2011, 9:44 pm

There are trigger experiences, moments when we experience something or some place that sparks off a past life memory and our minds return to the period of a previous incarnation, particularly our death in a previous one. I did not believe in these experiences, though I had heard of them, until I visited the scene of an infamous battle and had distinctly bad feelings and a developing conviction that I had been there. Enough said! What you said, Aberlemno, struck a chord with me. Why am I drawn so strongly to Scotland when I have far more English and Irish ancestors than Scottish?
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