Tuesday, October 24, 2017

A Precedent for My Idea that the Lame Boy (Son of Elafius) in the VITA GERMANI = Arthur

I'd forgotten that some time ago I had found the site of the Hallelujah Battle of St. Germanus by interpreting the saint's name from the Welsh perspective.  Here, again, is the relevant post:


I'm in contact now with top hagiographers and will soon be adding their input to the final revision of THE BEAR KING prior to republication.

In brief, there is good reason for believing that this lame son of Elafius (or Elesa) IS Arthur, and that the VITA GERMANI, essentially, proves that Cerdic of Wessex was also known as the 'Bear King.'

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