The Welsh Warrior through the Ages

By Jonathan Morgan.

Illustrated by Robert Macdonald RWSW (President), MA (RCA), Diop.LCSAD.

Foreward by Lord Ashcroft KCMG PC

Click here to view the illustrations

It is probably a fact of history that, when a small country stands as an adjunct of a big, powerful country, the collective unconscious or psyche of that small country probably has the characteristics of an inferiority complex.  In terms of the Welsh, the defeat and demise of both Prince Llewelyn and Owain Glyndwr have probably given them the role of victim or glory in defeat.

Regarding military prowess, it has been perceived that the Celts have sometimes been used as cannon fodder, coming from small impoverished countries while the British Army is run primarily by the English establishment who have wound up the Celts to prove themselves in battle.  Hence the huge proliferation of gallantry awards acquired by the Celts.

The Welsh Warrior Through The Ages is both an inspirational title and a long-overdue book. Lord Ashcroft KCMG PC

The Welsh are said to have been England’s earliest ally because Welsh archers fought with Edward 1 against the Scots. Over the centuries, during times of war and conflict, the nation’s servicemen have played vital roles in the Army, the Royal Navy and the RAF, never more so that during the two world wars.

The Welsh Warrior Through The Ages is a labour of love that will be enjoyed and cherished for many decades to come.

Available as paperback or eBook from Amazon, bookshops and direct.

ISBN: 978-0-9955317-2-7

 

The Legacy of Carpocrates- serialisation. Prologue.

The Cambria Book serialisation

Published weekly:

A thrilling hunt for Early Christian artifacts of immeasureable value against a backdrop of the Age of Terrorism and European and American politics.

Carpocrates was an Alexandrian philosopher who lived in the first century (c.AD130-150). He founded, along with his son Epiphanes, a notoriously licentious Christian Hellenistic sect related to Gnosticism and died passing on a legacy of written scrolls, artifacts and secrets dating to the time of Jesus.
The Legacy? What is it, where is it and who has it?
Through the centuries there have been rumours that the Carpocratians had ‘something’ of fabulous value which has been used as a guarantor of survival for their sect and its Templar successors in times of intense persecution. It is the hunt for, discovery and apocalytic impact of this Legacy from the time of Jesus that is the gripping and controversial story of this novel rich in scholarly historical detail and speculation.

The Prologue:

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Tony Hill Book Launch

We attended the launch of Tony Hill’s new book ‘Hill’s Ups and Downs at the Castle Hotel in Brecon.

It was an entertaining event with some excellent music provided by Tony and his friends.

This brilliant and entertaining book is now available from us DIRECT in print (£12.99+ p&p £3) or eBook (£3.99)

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Some pictures from the event – click for a larger image.