is the telling of an event, be it a conflict, war or
battle, by the editor or bard who, taking the victorious King's shilling,
will tell it so well that it becomes irrefutably carved in stone.
The defeated nation or tribe, will never have their story told in
the classrooms of the victorious, their memories become the subversive
lies of history's losers.
There are also those momentous happenings buried in myth and legend,
facts lost or perhaps just misunderstood.
Did the Biblical story of the Exodus told and retold over generations
and written in the irrefutable sacred texts, actually occur?
Or was it only the aftermath of the eruption of the volcano Santorin
on the island of Thera in 1628 BC the most devastating volcanic eruption
imaginable. Vulcanologists describing the after effects of such an
eruption, could be listing the plagues of Egypt.
questions are thoroughly compelling and make great television both
documentaries and fiction. From the National Geographic's
nature quests to a Stephen Spielberg production such as TAKEN.
These few pages will attempt to take you down paths not yet trodden,
opening cases that may have seemed closed with the seal of historical
How could Elizabeth Tudor the Queen of England have been persuaded
by a crazy old magician and necromancer, to send Francis Drake on
a top secret mission to California?
This interesting little conumdrum is mentioned in our history books,
but remains unexplained, it will be the first case we consider,
in what may eventually come to be known as;
"The Enigma Files"
The case of
John Dee and the Rune Quest.