King Arthur Journey To Avalon


Early Spring of 579AD, preparations were made to take King Arthur from
Kentucky (other World, ANNWN) back home for King Arthur’s Final Location to be laid to rest. Taliesin (Merlin) and six of his fellow countrymen prepared for the long journey. Their enemies, the Delaware (Lenni Lenapi) and the Huron and Iroquois Indians known as the Mengwe, controlled the rivers and warrior’s paths to the North and the East. The only option was the rivers going West and South. These lands and their rivers, the Welsh (Alligewi) still had control. The funeral precession of King Arthur left Jackson County, Kentucky going down the Kentucky River to Carrollton, Kentucky on the banks of the Ohio River.

They then proceeded down the Ohio River to the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico; around Florida and up the East Coast to Yarmouth Bay, Nova Scotia. Two runestones left here by Merlin and his six men called the Fletcher Runestone and the Bay View Runestone. Both stones have Coelbren/Welsh symbols on them and both say the same thing: “Near here, taking off with our beloved ruler, a warrior in a sack.” The Bay View Runestone had three extra symbols, could be the carver’s signature or the date of 579AD.

The arrival of this ship with King Arthur is mentioned in Chapter 22 by King
Arthur’s nephew, Saint Illtyd in “The Life of St. Illtyd.” Here in his own words:

“One day as I sat at the mouth of the cave, I saw a skiff coming and
approaching the shore. This skiff had reached the shore, I saw two very honorable men in the skiff, and an altar supported by the Devine well above the form of the skiff. I went to meet them uttering words of welcome with gladness. And they after a little conversation gave the sweat smelling body of a certain most Holy man to me revealing his name and after revealing the name forbade me to never divulge the name. And so, the body had been consigned to me, they returned to their ship. These things being accomplished, I took the body and the altar which had been above the form of the most Holy man, and honorably buried it in the cave. The altar I placed over the buried body, held up by the Devine Will as it has been before, by means of which numerous miracles were performed because of
its sanctity.” This cave of Saint Illtyd was on the west bank of the Ewenny River about six miles upstream. Today, the cave is called Ogof y Pebyll.

King Arthur’s Cave

Inside the Entrance

King Arthur’s Tomb

Where King Arthur’s body stayed entombed the Year 579AD.

When King Arthur’s nephew, Morgan ap Madoc (Matthew) became old enough to become King of England, King Arthur’s body was removed from the Cave of Saint Illtyd to Caer Caradoc.
To find the location of the grave of King Arthur, you need to go back to the
original sources of evidence, Nennius, the Bruts of England, the Lives of the
Saints, the Brut of Tysilo and Matthew of Westminster. Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett have researched and found 168 different books pertaining to the death and burial of King Arthur.

Between 400AD and 600AD, there were three Uther Pendragons, King
Theodoeric, King Muerig and King Arthur. King Theoderic is buried in Mathern Church, King Muerig is buried at Llandaff Cathedral. The only Uther Pendragon to buried at Caer Caradoc is King Arthur. It says in the Bruts of England, Matthew of Westminster and Nennius, King Arthur is at Caer Caradoc. King Arthur is buried beside the grave of Ambrosius Aurelianus.

King Arthur’s Final Location

Ambrosius Aurelianus was King of England at the Battle of Baden. Here,
Arthur was his General in Command and distinguished himself admirably. When Ambrosius died, King Arthur was officially crowned King of England.

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