From Vol. 1, Epilogue, 'The Wandering Races: Judeo, Anglo and Lnuko' by Dr. Erdward Stanebridge, Professor of Ethnology, St Bede's College, University of Amberston± Press, 1905.
…Therefore I can only consider myself successful if it is with a sense of profound apprehension that you complete the reading of this book - for you know that you must continue with the penultimate, and then ultimate, volumes of this history.
Now that I have explained how, in the tenth century, the Armes Prydein Wars forced the Norsemen to abandon the Atlantic you will understand that their advances sundered the Kievans' lands and emboldened the ailing race of the Khazars, who rose again in great crescendo to create a permanent empire in the Steppe. Khazionia is now a nation of great civilisation and accomplishment, which stretches between the Black and Okonarah±± seas. A great victory for those men against the horrors of their hitherto cursed history. But when prophecy was fulfilled and the Jews came home, as is the way of human dealings with fate, a price had to be paid.
Volume two of this history will take us to the opposite face of Europe where, betrayed by those saviours of the Semitics, the Viking, and expelled from their island home of centuries, the English begin their journey in the wilderness. It will asses the fall, the trials and the final resurgence of the Anglo, all at the cost, of course, of yet another peoples: The Lnuko±±.
Dr. E J S, Amberston, Nedersaxony, 1904