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Ancient British History #1

You will be surprised

                  From "Compendium of World


                        Hermon Hoeh


Why does the history of Western Europe begin with the Romans?
Eastern Asia's history begins with the Chinese over 22 centuries
before the birth of Christ. Africa's history commenced along the
Nile equally early. So did Mesopotamia's. Greek history commenced
with the government of Heber in 2063. Irish history reaches into
the dim past to within three centuries after the Flood.
Why should the history of continental Western Europe be so
different? Was Europe really uninhabited all this time? If
inhabited, were its people the only folk unable to write or
preserve a history? For even backward people of India have a
recorded chronological history beginning 1649 before the present


Surprising though it may be, Western Europe does have an ancient
written history! Europe was populated - albeit sparsely -- by
numerous tribes who were indeed able to preserve their remarkable
past in written form. This history of early Western Europe was
included in some texts as late as the beginning of the nineteenth
century! Yet today it is almost wholly unknown! It has been
literally erased from the consciousness of men.

The people who preserved the history of early Western Europe
until modern times were the Welsh and the Germans. Because of
bitter jealousies between the English and the Welsh and Germans,
the history of early Europe and Britain -- especially Wales --
was finally extirpated from the English school system. English
historians did everything in their power to label this history as
"myth." Educators around the world, enamoured of the theory of
evolution, gradually accepted, without seriously questioning, the
conclusions of the English historians. How could early Europe
ever have had a written history, so went the reasoning, if Europe
was still gripped by the fetters of the "Stone Age" at the time
Egypt and Mesopotamia were near the end of the "Late Bronze Age"?

Today, however, leading archaeologists admit that the so-called
Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages were not ages at all, but cultures.

It is time the whole question of myth, archaeology and early
European history were reopened. It is time we asked ourselves
what is the time relationship between so-called Stone, Bronze and
iron cultures and written history. Did civilization and writing
really begin only with the bronze period, as is commonly assumed
today? Or were the first civilizations and the earliest written
records the products of people who, in fact, had not yet
blossomed into what is today termed the bronze period? In what
period, for example, did the Hebrew patriarchs live, the Stone?
the chalcolithic? the Early Bronze?

To answer these basic questions, let us first present the history
as it has been preserved by ancient welsh and German authors.


Who were the earliest Europeans to inhabit the regions now known
as Britain, France, Germany and Italy? The Angles and the Saxons
-- the ancestors of the English speaking people -- did not reach
the British Isles until 449 -- over four centuries after the
crucifixion of Jesus: This was the same period that other tribes
flowed into the Roman regions of France, Germany, Italy -- and
most everywhere else in western Europe. Who were the people that
possessed this part of the world before the coming of the recent
Europeans, and before the coming of the Romans?

The history of western Europe 2000 years before the conquests of
Julius Caesar is just as surprising as the history of Ireland.
Early volumes covering this period includes "Britannia Antiqua
Illustrata" or, "The Antiquities of Ancient Britain," by Aylett
Sammes, 1676, London, Thomas Roycroft publishers; "The Historie
of Cambria," now called Wales: A part of the most famous Yland of
Brtannie, written in the Brytish language above two hundred years
pasts translated into English by H. Lhoyd, 1584; and "Cambria
Triumphans," or "Brittain in its Perfect Lustre" shewing the
Origen and Antiquity of that illustrious nation, by Bercy
Enderbie, London, 1661.

The first volume mentioned -- by Aylett Sammes is by far the most
complete and most accurate. It preserved to the very year the
entire period from the beginning of settlement to the coming of
Caesar. Sammes begins his book by dating the earliest record as
"A.M. 1910." As he follows Archbishop Usher, his date is
equivalent to 2094. (That is, After Man 1910 in Sammes'
terminology means 1910 years after 4004.)

What is the significance of 2094? That date, famous from
Mesopotamian history, is the beginning of the kingdom of Horus
(Gilgamesh or Ninyas) in the land of Shinar. In 2094 Horus
(Kenkenes), the son of Ninus II, left Egypt to restore the
government of Nimrod, in Erech in Babylonia.

Sammes himself recognized a direct connection between the Middle
East and Western Europe. The history of western Europe, in fact.
begins with the kingship of Gilgamesh in 2094 in Shinar.
But why should the early Europeans have begun their history with
an event in the land of Shinar? Because it was in the land of
Shinar that they were living when Horus arrived from Egypt! It
was from Shinar that Horus, or Zames Ninyas, led them to Western

Ancient Belgian and German records confirm that their oldest
city, Trier, was founded by Trebeta another son of Ninus II, king
of Assyria.    
     "The inhabitants of Trier maintain that their city is the
     oldest in all Europe," 
records Josef K. L. Bihl in his text "In deutschen Landen," p.
69. "Trier was founded." he continues, "by Trebeta, a son of the
famous Assyrian king Minus. In fact one finds... in Trier the
inscription reading, 'Trier existed for 1300 years before Rome
was rebuilt.'"

Trebeta was a half-brother of Horus or Ninyas. His mother was not
Semiramis, but a daughter of the ruler of Armenia. The Welsh or
Britons knew Zames Ninyas as Samothes.

The migration from Shinar and the Assyrian realm in Mesopotamia
shortly after 2094 brought Chaldeans and Assyrians, and probably
Elamites as captive slaves, into Western Europe as its first
civilized inhabitants. Thereafter Europe became the land to which
Chaldeans and Assyrians continued to migrate as they left the
Middle East.

Horus continued his rule in Western Europe until 2048, according
to the traditions preserved by Sammes. That was the year his
mother by duplicity came to the throne of Assyria. See Syncellus'
history of Assyria, where Semiramis is assigned a 42-year reign
(2048-2006) immediately prior to the 38-year reign of Zames
Ninyas (2006-1968). Zames or Samothes relinquished personal
dominion over Western Europe to his son in that year and returned
to Assyria, where a lengthy three-way struggle ensued between
himself, his mother and the king of Armenia.

Here are the first kings to rule over Western Europe:

Names of Rulers   Lengths of Reign    Dates according to Sammes

Samothes, also called Zeus or Jupiter (the Gilgamesh of Erech)
46 years   2094-2048

Magus, his son (the ancestor of the tribe of Magi who later
migrated into Persia from Europe)
51 years   2048-1997

Sarron (the ancestor of the tribe of Sarronides or sacrificing
priests of early Europe)
61 years   1997-1936

Druis (the ancestor of the tribe of Druids)
14 years   1936-1922

Bardus (the father of the ancient tribe of Bards)
75 years   1922-1847

Longho, conqueror of Scandanavia (ancestor of the Longobards who
finally migrated into Italy after the fall of Rome)
28 years   1847-1819

Bardus II (by whom the principles of music were first taught in
37 years   1819-1782

Lucus Protector
11 years   1782-1771

Celtes, so famous he gave
his name to all the early peoples of Western Europe
13 years   1771-1758

Celtes' mother was named Galathea. In her honor he named his
daughter Galathea also. As Celtes had no son he gave his daughter
in marriage to Hercules (who has been identified with Seir the
Horite from Josephus). From her Hercules had a son named
Galathes, the ancestor of a tribe named Galli -- one of the Gauls
or Galatians. This tribe, joined with others, later migrated into
Asia Minor and gave its name to the region of Galatia.

With Celtes the direct male line of kings from Samothes or Horus


In the next chart will appear the line of kings who sprang from

Names of kings      length of Reign          Dates

Hercules, the conqueror of Libya (a full account of his exploits
must await Vol. 11 of Compendium)
19 years   1758-1739

Galathes (father of the tribe of the Galli)
49 years   1739-1690

Narbon (ruled Samothea or Britain during lifetime of his father;
afterward governed entire realm from city of Narbon in Gaul)
18 years   1690-1672

Lugdus (the founder of Lugdunum)
51 years   1672-1621

Beligius (gave his name to the Beligici, later called Belgae,
among whom he established his capital; he died without issue)
20 years   1621-1601

Jasius (a prince of a related line who, in 1602, had been made
king of Italy; he had all Celtica under his rule)
68 years   1601-1551

Allobrox (Obtained Celtica upon death of his father; his brother
Corybantus obtained Italy)
68 years   1551-1483
29 years   1483-1454

39 years   1454-1415

62 years   1415-1353

5 years   1353-1348

Galathes II
48 years   1348-1300

Remus (died without a male heir; married his daughter to
Phranicus of Trojan descent)
40 years   1256-1216

Phranicus (he retired to Gaul and left Britain to be governed by
the Druids)
67 years   1216-1149

In 1149 BRUTUS of TROY came to Britain with his


End Note:

Who the people of Troy were is hardly known today. The truth will
surprise you....but that is for Hermon Hoeh to tell you in part
two - Keith Hunt

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