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Church History—What Lies The Christian Churches Tell!
Is nothing sacrosanct and true in the eye of Christianity, for millennia the western world has listened to the propaganda from the Church of Rome’s claim its supremacy over all other Patriarchies? Eastern Orthodoxy would agree that it is all propaganda and call it a false assumption on the part of Rome. What we can all agree on is that the boast of Rome caused the Great Schism of 1054. Which split the main factions into two divisions, Roman Catholic in the west and Orthodox Churches in the east. A rife that has not healed in almost a thousand years.
Not to be outdone the Church of England (CoE) also likes to boast of its early claims. The bright sparks amongst us will put their hands up and state that the CoE was founded by Henry VIII (1509-1547) on the 3rd of November 1534, and they would be wrong! Wrong, yes in the eyes of the CoE who say they are much older according to their historians. How can this be you would say? Well, like the Catholic Church the CoE is using propaganda (information—being economical with the truth) to make its history look much older than it is. How do they do that I hear you say? By lies, anachronism and plagiarism of another nation’s culture. In this case, stealing the religious past from the true holders. Namely from the Ancient Brythoniaid/Britons, the forbear of the Cymry/Welsh who claim through Gildas the Wise (500-570) that Christianity came to Prydain/Britain in the latter half of the reign of Tiberius Caesar (14-37).
https://www.historyfiles.co.uk/FeaturesBritain/BritishGildasText.htm See under History II, Chapter 8 in the link.
The Vatican ecclesiastical historian and scholar Cardinal Baronius (1538-1607) also cited A.D. 35 as the year Christianity came to Ynys Prydain/the isle of Britain.
Below is the history of the Church of England from their deceptive website. Under the heading:
An Ancient Church.
The roots of the Church of England go back to the time of the Roman Empire when a Christian church came into existence in what was then the Roman province of Britain. The early Christian writers Tertullian and Origen mention the existence of a British church in the third century AD, and in the fourth century, British bishops attended a number of the great councils of the Church such as the Council of Arles in 314 and the Council of Rimini in 359. The first member of the British church whom we know by name is St Alban, who, tradition tells us, was martyred for his faith on the spot where St Albans Abbey now stands.https://www.churchofengland.org/news-and-media/media-centre/history-church-england
The highlighted part above is incorrect there was no England not even Wales or Scotland at the time stated. It has all been taken from the Hanes Cymraeg/Welsh History along with our ancient Celtic-Gaul Church and their saints.
First a little history lesson for those who do not know the Englisce made-up history. England as we know it today can only go back as a uniform nation to 1399. (see dictionary on what constitutes a nation!) That is when Henry IV Bolingbroke (1399-1413) was the first king to speak the language of the commoner in over 330 years, instead of French. We know in 1300 according to Robert of Gloucester that the Germanic tribal system was still in place. Robert also distinguishes between the Germanic hordes, as he wrote: Þe englisse in þe norþhalf · þe saxons bi souþe ·*. [in] om. BCαβδε. þe saxons] & þe saxons αβε. bi souþe] the southe γ.] You are probably saying what a load of gobbledygook, and you would be right! What Robert is trying to say, is that the Saxons live in the south and that the Angles or Englisse tribes are in the north. Yes, these Germanics were different people with their own languages, yet, they are wrongly clumped together and called Anglo-Saxons. Each Angle tribe has its unique dialect of a language called Englisce or as Robert spelt Englisse and many other variant spellings. The Saxons too had their language called Seaxna, with different dialects for each tribe. I bet you didn’t know that either!
The most important! The Germanic hordes did not come into Prydain/Britain until 449 (Roman were long gone!) which is in accordance with their gobbledygook written chronicle, rightly called Chonicum Saxonicum (Saxon Chronicle and not Anglo-Saxon chronicle which came in the late 18th century). Pope Gregory I (590-604), sent a missionary to the Jutish King Æthelberht I (590-616) in 597 although the Saxon chronicle “A” manuscript entry for 595/6 states: Her Gregorius papa sende to Brytene Augustinum. mid wel manegum munecum. þe Godes word Engla ðeoda godspelledon. More gobbledegook and another bit of plagiarism. This time the Angles claimed that Pope Gregory’s mission brought to Brytene/Britain the words of God to the Engla ðeoda/Angle or Englisce people. However, making no mention of the Jutes or their king or even the Saxons. We know it is plagiarism because we have Gregory’s original epistle that Augustine came with the word of God to King Æthelberht I. He was baptized in 601.
To the indigenous people of this isle, their name for their homeland was Ynys Prydain. The Greek explorer Pytheas of Masala called this isle in 325 BCE, Prettanike, later Julius Caesar would render it with a ‘B’ to Britannic/Britannia.
The Church of England goes on to say:
When a Christian church came into existence in what was then the Roman province of Britain. The early Christian writers Tertullian and Origen mention the existence of a British church in the third century AD and in the fourth century, British bishops attended a number of the great councils of the Church such as the Council of Arles in 314 and the Council of Rimini in 359. The first member of the British church whom we know by name is St Alban, who, tradition tells us, was martyred for his faith on the spot where St Albans Abbey now stands. [Ibid]
All this is my nation’s history, It has nothing to do with the CoE or England’s history. We know that a plethora of Germanic races from which the later modern Englisce people rose to become a single nation a Millennia later. So it beggars belief that the CoE or Catholicism can claim the Celtic-Gaul Church as their own. The Celtic-Gaul Church was the first Christian Church in Britain from c. 35, yet, when the Catholic Church was given unlawful primacy in Britain. Catholic Scholar claiming now that the Celtic-Gaul Church was part of the Church of Rome. However, the epistles of Augustine to Gregory I is a total rebuttal to this claim. The Celtic-Gaul Church was much older than Catholicism. Proof of this is in the (Registrum Epistolarum) epistles of Augustine to Gregory the Great. Who was anxious to know what to do, and asked Gregory for guidance in the form of questions.
Augustine’s third question.
Since there is but one faith, why are the uses of Churches so different, one use of Mass being observed in the Roman Church, and another in the Churches of Gaul? [Christian Classics Ethereal Library Philip Schaff, Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers Series II, Vol. 13, Epistle 64, pages 183/84] ( ) Bkt are mine. We Cymraeg/Welsh are still referred to as the Gaul’s today by all the Romance speaking nations of Europe!
What do you think of this fabricated propaganda conducted by the Papacy and CoE to claim their Churches are more ancient than they are, What lies they Tell, what do you say?
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