3,903 BC - Calculated from the Druidic records to be the
precise astronomical date of the arrival of the missionaries
from Sidon (Eastern Mediterranean) into Britain and the
founding in Britain of the Druidic system of social administration
based on the divine laws of the Shining Ones, and the philosophy
of the archaic world. This required well-educated monarchs,
as the tenant of the gods, to lead each of the city-states.
3,807 BC - From the archaeological record comprehensive
and complex timber track-ways were built to cross between the
islands of the Somerset Levels. Superior axe heads of green
jadeite and other quality materials were introduced along with
a range of improved skills.
Serpent - meaning wise man or woman - is associated
with these arrivals, providing unbroken links back to the two-eyed
and one-eyed serpents at Kharsag. I am a Serpent, I am a Druid
was their statement. In an Irish manuscript it is written that:
All who are adepts in Druidical and magical arts are the descendants
of the Tuatha De Danaan. The people of the God Anu. In southern
Ireland there is still a saying - Wise as the Tuatha Danaan.
The Isle of Man was named after Danaan Mananan who set up a
mystery school on the island and was famous for his powers to
transport huge blocks through the air. His ship had no sails
or oars but went wherever he wanted it to go.
The serpent was subsequently the totem of the House
of David. They precede the Persian Magi, Egyptian and Canaanite
priests, as well as the Levitical, Brahman, and the Essene traditions.
Annual councils of Kings and the Druid advisors to Kings took
place over the millennia in the original homelands. Good government
and peace was a fundamental requirement. Religion as we know
it did not exist.