Thursday, 16 June 2011

Britannia's Prosperity

Prosperity in Britain
Prosperity in the British Isles started in Dover, Britain's first port. Prosperity will spread around Dover, and from Dover to all Kent, and from Kent to the whole of the British Isles.
Many merchant ships will sail the Strait of Dover, the Light Tower Church of Britannia Our Fair Lady illuminating the Sea.
Prosperity comes from our Mother Britannia, our Fair Lady of the British Isles.

Love for the Fair Lady Britannia is too great a gift to renege it! Life would become worthless for me if I were forced to renege Her. I will rather keep my Love for the Fair Lady than have to renege Her! And I do not have to, nor need to, renege Life in order to love the Fair Lady In High: She never required of me to renege Life! 

Alexander Kent, of Kentish origin.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

The Celtic Church Comes to England

In the seventh century, the Scots brought the Gospel to the English kingdom of Northumbria. The Northumbrian king had been in exile to the Scottish island of Iona, where he and his companions stayed at the famous Celtic monastery.

The Celtic Church in England
On returning to York and becoming king, he asked the Scots to send missionaries to his people, and the Scots came over bearing the Gospel. The Romans had long departed from Hadrian's Wall, thus there was nothing preventing the Celtic Church spreading from Scotland to England. 
With the Gospel, the Scots Christianised northern England.

Monday, 13 June 2011

The Light Tower Church

Oldest Church in Britain
Britain's oldest known church is in Dover, on Eastern Heights, standing within the Castle compound. Dedicated to Saint Mary The Virgin, it is complete with a Roman light tower, an important part of Britannia's heritage of the Roman Empire. This light tower has also been used as the church's bell tower, a use which made it an integral part of the church.

Church of Celtic Origin
Officially, the church is of Saxon construction, but there is a strong case that it was built by the Britons around the fourth century. This would make it Britain's oldest standing Celtic church.

Dover's church on Eastern Heights, standing above the port, is Britain's only light tower Church. It is testimony that the Empire passed from Rome to Britannia, Empress of Caesarea by the Sea.


Sunday, 12 June 2011

The Gospel Comes to England

When did the Gospel come to England?
In the second half of the sixth century, a Kentish prince married a Frankish princess. She came over to Canterbury, capital of Kent, and with her she brought the Gospel. This is how the Gospel came to England.

First English Christian King
The young prince was charmed, he loved his wife, and learned from her the Word of Jesus. Succeeding his father to the throne of Kent, he became king, and his consort became the queen. He became the first English Christian king, and made Canterbury the seat of a bishopric.
From the time when the Gospel came to England, Canterbury has remained famous throughout the ages as the centre of Christian pilgrimage.

Friday, 10 June 2011

The Union Jack Flying over the British Isles

The Union Jack
I was quickly walking through the Garden of England, marched down Scotland Common and entered Dover; descending along Shooters Hill I stopped and aimed my camera at Dover Castle, the Union Jack flying proudly over the Castle and the British Isles!

The British Isles
Our four column house of four countries united in the Name of Britannia Empress, Mother of the British Isles.

Dover seen from Shooters Hill

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

The Red Saint George House

In a dream I saw a large, square, red building along a pathway in Dover. I called it the red Saint George building. About two years later I moved to a house, and to my surprise found that the garden corresponds exactly to the place where I saw the red building. This is the red Saint George house.

Saint George and the Flag
The English Flag will fly forever over England.

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Eastern Heights

Sunrise in the East
The sun rises over the English Sea and illuminates the British Isles, starting at Eastern Heights. The Light Tower Church of our Fair Lady Britannia stands at the Castle above Dover by the Sea.

From East to West
From East to West travels the sun, over Dubra, the town and port of the waters, following the cosmic order in an arc of Prosperity, from the Eastern Heights to the Western Heights on the White Cliffs of Dover.

Read on:
Western Heights in Dover

The Light Tower Church standing on the White Cliffs of Dover:

Friday, 3 June 2011

Western Heights

Dover's Western Heights are home to the late-afternoon sun. When Heaven's daily light has worked a day of prosperity, it rests on Western Heights, giving way to the moon that shines through the night.

The Cosmic Order From East to West
The Light Tower Church standing on Eastern Heights is built along the East-West line of the sun, defining the line of the cosmic order which assures Prosperity. Cosmic alignment was important to the Celts of the British Isles, as is seen in the architecture of the earliest times going back to the Stone Age.

Written by D. Alexander

Read about Britain's only Light Tower Church, standing on the White Cliffs of Dover, on Eastern Heights:

Read on at this link: The British Isles in the Neolithic Stone Age

Sunset over Western Heights in Dover