The Island of Avalon as descibed existing 104 nautical miles from a bifurcated line in a southern angle at 13 degrees.
The line pointed out by Melkin in his prophecy is bifurcated or forked at the Avebury stone Circle cutting the saint Michael Ley Line and runs through Montacute as directed by Father William Good a Jesuit priest. The Distance to the Island of Avalon from Avebury the largest stone circle in the world is exactly as the prophecy of Melkin had predicted.
Showing the bifurcation at Avebury stone circle on the St. Michael ley line and the angle is just 9 seconds off thirteen degrees (sixty seconds in one degree) as the Prophecy of Melkin has directed.
Avebury Stone circle within which the Joseph line Bifurcates with the saint Michael Ley Line.
As father Good informed us that the Joseph line would pass through Montacute as it was a Templar marker church.
You can find the whole story of how Glastonbury has misrepresented itself as King Arthur’s burial site and the Glastonbury tor as being synonymous with the Isle of Avalon by Clicking on the following links
http://jesusinavalon.blogspot.co.uk chapters 1-10
http://templartreasure.blogspot.co.uk chapters 11-19
Father William Good, died at Naples in 1586, and was buried in the college of the Jesuits in that city. Father Good wishing to pass on the small nugget of information said that Joseph of Arimathea is “hidden carefully in Montacute”. It is possible that another such young protégé was confided in and entrusted with pertinent information about Brent Knoll as a marker also being on a line that intersects at Harnhill as does the St. Michael’s Rock through Glastonbury line. The intersection point on the pyramid axis, being the only point defining the size of the pyramid, with a circumference that is tangential to all three sides. However, had it not been for what was inscribed on one of the pyramids and the supposition that Arthur was reportedly buried between them, we would never have found the St Michael's Mount, Brent Knoll, Harnhill, Ley Line, as this information would have disappeared with the pyramids, without anybody remarking upon what was inscribed upon them. Let us look however at the connection with Montacute and the actions taken by previous ‘life time possesors’ of the same information that Father Good had been trusted to pass on.
The reason for relating these points is, firstly, the Holy Cross of Waltham, originally found buried at Montacute, seems to have been transformed on its journey to Scotland from a flint object into the actual Cross from Calvary, and secondly, that coincidentally becoming intertwined Scotland's Holy Rood and the cross which was dug up at Montacute were both black, thereafter leaving for posterity a complete muddle of fake relics.
Glastonbury tor thought to have been the Island of Avalon or Insula Avallonis from Melkins Prophecy but is now shown to be the wrong Identification as the Island exist in Devon where Melkin directs us to.
Certainly the church’s construction had already been overtly publicised but afterward through John of Glastonbury’s repeated confirmation of its construction being made from wattle, it seemed like overcompensation to marry ‘cratibus’ to wattle.
The reader must now be aware of the impact that Melkin has played in British history, so let us now turn our attention to what it was that he intended to convey to us specifically in his English prophecy. Melkin has surely set out to manifest the whereabouts of Joseph of Arimathea's entombment, leaving specific and precise instructions within that prophecy. For the last 600 years researchers have tried to interpret, disentangle or make sense of this riddle from the obtuse Latin phraseology. They have tried to translate it into something coherent so that the phrases link together and provide meaning to the reader. There is no doubt that Melkin wanted us to understand this riddle, the clues in it are extraordinarily accurate.