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Some of the secondary material is copyright other creators, and any copying must respect their ownership.

1801 Ordnance Survey map of Kent – Ordnance Survey, CC BY-NC 2.0,; close-up version © MapCo,

Neil Philip maps and myths quote

Cattle skull photograph

Drawings of Kit’s Coty megaliths – Edward Hasted. “Parishes: Aylesford,” in The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 4, (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1798), 416-447. British History Online, accessed August 10, 2018,

Kit’s Coty House photograph – Simon Burchell, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Upper White Horse Stone photograph – Roger Smith, CC BY-SA 2.0,

Thingvellir, Iceland – Adam Fagen, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0,

Medieval Icelandic Sagas course, University of Iceland/edX

Jane Austen twitter, adapted from

Charles Hawtrey photograph, unknown origin, taken from

Naldera photograph, unknown origin, taken from

Drawing of Ozengell cemetery artefacts – F.W.Fairholt, may now be out of copyright, taken from

Ozengell Grange satellite photograph – © Google Maps.

Ozengell Grange photographs – © Isle of Thanet News, .

Time to break the silence about Thanet’s gangsters – Press release –

The Whitstable Hoodeners, image and text – taken from

The Golden Bough, JMW Turner – taken from

Forced Entertainment photographs of Nights in this City – © Hugo Glendinning,

Nights in this City text – © Tim Etchells and Forced Entertainment.

South Thanet election count speech by Prophet Zebadiah – taken from

Afro-Thanetian Zaliphate image – taken from ‘Not Muslim, Not Christian, Not Silent’

‘Euope is Dead, Vote to Join Africa’ flyer – taken from

Prophet Zebadiah album covers – taken from

Odinic Rite Wikipedia page –

Odinic Rite website, What it means to be folkish – taken from

The Wire box set image – taken from

Isle of Thanet Archaeological Society lecture programme – taken from

Newspaper Club image – taken from

The Way of St Augustine map, taken from Explore Kent website –

Day of Syn photograph – taken from