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Amazing news Camelot has been discovered and the site is virtually intact. This could be the biggest discovery this century.
The discovery of the site was made by three intrepid historians and an internationally known Australian treasure hunter.

This now means that the area otherwise known as the Dark Ages will finally give up its secrets revealing much about how people lived worked and died in that Period.

Mallory when writing his Morte d' Arthur describe Camelot as being a huge building constructed of white marble which was almost blinding when the sun was on it at the right angle.

The site found fits the description covers an area of 11 and half acres and has over 50 rooms that have never been touched or explored for over 1500 years.

This means that Camelot could hold the greatest collection of Dark Age treasures of gold, silver and coins in Britain.

The Finders, Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett have spent more than 70 years between them searching for King Arthur.
They were joined by Alan Hassell the Australian writer, treasure hunter who had been reseaching King Arthur since 1988.

Although, they knew about the site for many years they were put off from revealing the find earlier because of lack of evidence that the site was actually Camelot the Royal Palace of Kings.

Proving it would be a difficult if not impossible task because a Professor McAllistor did a small excavation on the site in 1888 during which 43 human remains were found together with the skeletons of three horses.

It was a huge room measuring about 60 x 50 feet and the walls originally had paintings on them and vast mosaics on the floor.
There was evidence that a huge fire had taken place which could of been signs of a battle that had taken place.

This really was the clue to what bought and end to this once marvellous building that became lost in time for centuries.

So on that description it would be something like the great palace at Fishbourne in Kent but on a much larger and grander scale.
We know through documentation that it was originally built by a King Owain sometime around 150 AD. Professor McAllistor had dated the site to around the time of Carausius otherwise known as King Crair 286-293 AD.

Because of this dating the finders were thrown off track and were unable to do much about it at the time so it got shelved.
That was until recently when someone wanted to date the bones recovered from the site. It was found that the original bones had become contaminated and fresh bones would need to be obtained in order to date the site correctly so a secret dig was done under total secrecy and the new bones carbon 14 dated.

The results were not what was expected because the new date put the site at the sixth century in fact 562 AD to be precise.
This is exactly the same date that a Comet is reported to have struck Britain which is documented as being on fire from one end to the other.

The Comet strike was confirmed by professor clubes at Cardiff University and was also responsible for devastating Bolivia too at the same time before finally splashing down in the North Sea somewhere off the coast of Norway although others think it could the comet, meteorite, or asteroid could of landed as far away as Australia

Although this pic might appear to be a bull remember that no one in those days no one knew what a dragon looked like yet alone had seen one.

The strike is believed to be one hundred times more powerful than the Hiroshima A-Bomb when it hit.

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Camelot was struck with such ferocity that it literally imploded on itself killing anything and everything inside leaving a virtual time capsule once it was finally discovered again.

So what proof do we have?

When Alan Hassell was taken to the site the first time he noticed a great abundance of what he thought was white Quartz.
Having spent many years on Australia's gold fields it caught his attention because if you find Quartz you might find Gold too.

There is a ditch running alongside the road which is full of this white rock but on close inspection it is not Quartz as expected but Dressed and polished White Marble. It took four years for it to sink in how important the site actually is.

So if you want a little piece of British History and Camelot in particular feel free to take a look at the site yourself and grab a chunk or two of this beautiful stone. It does not take much to realise that if theres at least foor foot of marble on show in the ditch for anyone to realise that this extends over a vast area and not just the ditch.

Were not inviting everyone to vandalise the site which is on private property anyway but see this magnificent site for themseves before the powers to be protect it and stop anyone from going near it as will happen.

All Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett wanted to do originally was to open up Wales and develop a tourist industry that would create thousands of jobs and a thriving business.

The establishment did everything they could to discredit them in the past for some strange reason possibly greed.

Photobucket alt="remains of camelot" /> Now finally they have given up and decided to finally reveal the truth about British History and why the establishment doesn't want it revealed.

Feel free to google this fabulous site and have a good look around there's plenty to see crop marks too.

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We've even included a picture so you and find it yourself together with a picture of all that beautiful Marble just waiting to be collected. Some clown or frustrated academic altered the coordinates I entered but the stupid WANKER forgot they are on the picture anyway use them instead

Maybe Walt Disney would love to get hold of a prized bit of real estate in the U.K. where he could expose and have the real Camelot for tourists to finally gazed and wonder at.

The final picture is of what was the original story told on stone of the actual comet strilke which can be found in the Museum of London.

For those wanting more information regarding the real history visit.

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