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Origin of hulking Stonehenge slabs uncovered
eSheep
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I suppose this may surprise many people who thought space aliens built Stonehenge. The blue-stones came from Wales and the sandstone boulders came from West Woods, Wiltshire.

"Sandstone boulders were transported from woodlands just 15 miles to the north"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/...north.html
https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/31/eabc0133
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eSheep  Wrote: (08-01-2020 11:57 AM)
I suppose this may surprise many people who thought space aliens built Stonehenge. The blue-stones came from Wales and the sandstone boulders came from West Woods, Wiltshire.

"Sandstone boulders were transported from woodlands just 15 miles to the north"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/...north.html
https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/31/eabc0133

You mean the Sarsens, they taught us that in school.
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well dragging 6 ton stones 15 miles is still a herculean task. One man working alone might spend his entire life moving one stone half that distance.
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RE: Origin of hulking Stonehenge slabs uncovered
eSheep  Wrote: (08-01-2020 11:57 AM)
I suppose this may surprise many people who thought space aliens built Stonehenge. The blue-stones came from Wales and the sandstone boulders came from West Woods, Wiltshire.

"Sandstone boulders were transported from woodlands just 15 miles to the north"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/...north.html
https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/31/eabc0133

https://www.amazon.com/Solving-Stoneheng...0500051550

https://www.amazon.com/Stonehenge-If-Thi...B00PG07D68

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Archaeologists have known this for some time now. I've been to Stonehenge FOUR times, I'm from Illinois, and just adore Wiltshire County driving to Avebury Henge, then into beautiful Marlborough, Devises and finally to Amesbury where Stonehenge stands. Funny, I am watching a DVD called, "GHOSTS OF STONEHENGE" and it mentions the Blue Stones from the Presili Mountains in Wales. I love the UK but some of the people there are a little daff! chuckle
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:14 PM)
Archaeologists have known this for some time now. I've been to Stonehenge FOUR times, I'm from Illinois, and just adore Wiltshire County driving to Avebury Henge, then into beautiful Marlborough, Devises and finally to Amesbury where Stonehenge stands. Funny, I am watching a DVD called, "GHOSTS OF STONEHENGE" and it mentions the Blue Stones from the Presili Mountains in Wales. I love the UK but some of the people there are a little daff! chuckle

We used to be proud of them, the wealthiest and mist spectacular were rounded by the Royal Society of Eccentrics. Before East India Club swallowed them whole. Wheres Ahab when you need him?
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RE: Origin of hulking Stonehenge slabs uncovered
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:14 PM)
Archaeologists have known this for some time now. I've been to Stonehenge FOUR times, I'm from Illinois, and just adore Wiltshire County driving to Avebury Henge, then into beautiful Marlborough, Devises and finally to Amesbury where Stonehenge stands. Funny, I am watching a DVD called, "GHOSTS OF STONEHENGE" and it mentions the Blue Stones from the Presili Mountains in Wales. I love the UK but some of the people there are a little daff! chuckle

We used to be proud of them, the wealthiest and mist spectacular were rounded by the Royal Society of Eccentrics. Before East India Club swallowed them whole. Wheres Ahab when you need him?

British Aristocrats gone wild! Supposedly, Thomas Jefferson put an end to it here in America however these double crossers continue to attempt to recover that which they LOST! Back to Stonehenge! Those elites for a time created a working stone version of the Earth's seasonal clock representing the Equinoxes and the Solstices. They plotted them just like other cultures around the world then by aligning the sun's position on the horizon for Winter and Summer. The British Journalist Graham Hancock discovered this worldwide phenomenon in his groundbreaking film,"Quest for the Lost Civilization!"


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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:14 PM)
Archaeologists have known this for some time now. I've been to Stonehenge FOUR times, I'm from Illinois, and just adore Wiltshire County driving to Avebury Henge, then into beautiful Marlborough, Devises and finally to Amesbury where Stonehenge stands. Funny, I am watching a DVD called, "GHOSTS OF STONEHENGE" and it mentions the Blue Stones from the Presili Mountains in Wales. I love the UK but some of the people there are a little daff! chuckle

Daff ? it's only British melancholy
That keeps this place afloat
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:14 PM)
Archaeologists have known this for some time now. I've been to Stonehenge FOUR times, I'm from Illinois, and just adore Wiltshire County driving to Avebury Henge, then into beautiful Marlborough, Devises and finally to Amesbury where Stonehenge stands. Funny, I am watching a DVD called, "GHOSTS OF STONEHENGE" and it mentions the Blue Stones from the Presili Mountains in Wales. I love the UK but some of the people there are a little daff! chuckle

Daff ? it's only British melancholy
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:05 PM)
well dragging 6 ton stones 15 miles is still a herculean task. One man working alone might spend his entire life moving one stone half that distance.

There were lots of people working, but it is amazing that Neolithic people built huge megalithic structures.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:05 PM)
well dragging 6 ton stones 15 miles is still a herculean task. One man working alone might spend his entire life moving one stone half that distance.

There were lots of people working, but it is amazing that Neolithic people built huge megalithic structures.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-01-2020 02:14 PM)
Archaeologists have known this for some time now. I've been to Stonehenge FOUR times, I'm from Illinois, and just adore Wiltshire County driving to Avebury Henge, then into beautiful Marlborough, Devises and finally to Amesbury where Stonehenge stands. Funny, I am watching a DVD called, "GHOSTS OF STONEHENGE" and it mentions the Blue Stones from the Presili Mountains in Wales. I love the UK but some of the people there are a little daff! chuckle

I would love to do that ride with you. It souds wonderful.

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RE: Origin of hulking Stonehenge slabs uncovered
eSheep  Wrote: (08-01-2020 11:57 AM)
I suppose this may surprise many people who thought space aliens built Stonehenge. The blue-stones came from Wales and the sandstone boulders came from West Woods, Wiltshire.

"Sandstone boulders were transported from woodlands just 15 miles to the north"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/...north.html
https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/31/eabc0133


Just because the building materials were locally sourced doesn't mean aliens still didn't build it.


It was probably written into the contract.

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Of course they would be using local materials. Big mystery there. Lol

Also "stonehenge could not have been placed/built by man"





I'm with some others that aren't leaving the possibility that they did have more tools than we think, on hand
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