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Chapter 6: Historical Distractions

My research into the language I call Olin has curiously led me into an investigation into the history of Europe and, more significantly, England. Despite some of the things I have said concerning Olin, this new research effort has substantially relied upon more traditional concepts related to linguistic morphology and etymology. However, while clearly not rooted firmly in the language I call Olin, which is the primary focus of this website, I believe that I have been able to make some rather interesting observations that linguists and historians alike may wish to take note of. Of course, this work is on going, so do not be too surprised if you return one day to find the pages in this section reorganized (again).

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Merovingians and Other Mysteries

Recently I began studying the history of Europe from roughly 300 BC to 500 AD. That is the period that effectively demarked the rise and fall of Roman influence in Europe. I have come across what I feel are some rather fascinating pieces to a fairly complex jigsaw puzzle. While I wish I could put all the pieces together to form a complete picture, I admittedly cannot do so at this time. I do hope, though, that others will be able to join me in my quest to find the missing pieces and then rearrange them to give a clearer picture of that critical period in Europe.

A Man Called Arthur

There has always been a great deal of interest in the stories of King Arthur. Such interest has led many scholars to debate the historicity of Arthur. Was he real, or was he merely the Paul Bunyon of the Middle Ages? Here I will tell you who I believe was the "real" Arthur.

Carolingian Curiosities

An investigation into the name Charles leads to some rather interesting ideas and questions.

The Shroud of Turin: What I Believe

Is the Shroud of Turin the burial cloth of Jesus? You be the judge.

The Story of Akhenaten

Egyptologists have incorrectly transliterated several important hieroglyphs over the years. As a result of their mistakes, an ancient yet extremely important story has been effectively obscured from the Egyptian record. Correcting their errors, however, brings the story to light, ultimately proving that the Biblical story of Moses was, in fact, based on real people and events.

Solving the Sator Square

Scholars have long wondered what the significance was of a grid consisting of five 5-letter words known as a sator square that was found carved on walls throughout the Roman empire. The answer, I believe, requires an understanding of the language I call Olin.

On the Meaning of Marya

Recently I stumbled upon a debate that Olin appears to speak to.

A Second Look at Thomas the Apostle

Perhaps it is profitable to take another look at the name and life of the Apostle known as Thomas.