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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby Boreades » 3:05 pm

jon wrote:Here's a link to the new music video about Stonehenge. Uses the ideas in "Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe"

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=Forum&file=viewtopic&topic=6452&forum=4

Sorry: I don't know how to embed code into this forum. It's by the singer JES


The music is now available as an Amazon download
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_nos ... till&ajr=0
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby Boreades » 8:37 pm

More music.

What's the meaning of Stonehenge?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbyzgeee2mg
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby jon » 7:48 am

Here's a speculative proposal for the significance of Preseli Bluestones:

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=Forum&file=viewtopic&topic=6678&forum=4
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby hvered » 1:24 pm

This chimes with TME where we pointed out that the two highest hills in Wiltshire, Tan and Milk hills, are the same height which we presume so unlikely as to be wholly due to man's hand.

Surveyors, on the other hand, focus on the minuscule imbalance, of a few centimetres, to differentiate between rather than equate the two sites.
On 23 August 2009, the BBC programme Countryfile featured an item on analysis by Ordnance Survey to determine whether Milk or Tan Hill is the highest. It was confirmed that Milk Hill is 26 centimetres (10.2 in) higher than Tan Hill.

The hills overlook the east-west, very level Vale of Pewsey. From a surveying point of view, ideally placed.
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby jon » 5:15 pm

First class Hattie :

Due North of Stonehenge and Due South of Avebury. Not only that, one of the high points at this location also has a circle (Rybury) created on its south banks: TBhere is, apparently, an unmarked circle south of & below Feddua as well. I've done a topographic scan and it looks as if it would also work at this location.

Well done for spotting this!

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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby Boreades » 8:56 pm

These are on the TME map
https://tme.cartodb.com/viz/9e11e430-2f ... 54a1cb/map

As a high spot, Milk Hill is much better aligned with Silbury and Old Sarum than it is with Avebury and Stonhenge.
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby Boreades » 8:56 pm

Er, what's Feddua?
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby TisILeclerc » 10:38 pm

'Er, what's Feddua?'

A cockney Fedora?
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby jon » 4:54 pm

Boreades wrote:Er, what's Feddua?


Feddau is one of two mountain peaks in the Preseli Hills Boreades. These two peaks are just above the 'quarry' that some archaeologists think the Stonehenge bluestones came from. The peaks are just the right arrangement to allow you to find out, by accident, that the world is round

If Stonehenge is a geocentric of our planet and heavens, that would explain why Stonehenge needed the bluestones: A 'nod' to the place that it was discovered. Here's the link

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/modules.php ... 78&forum=4

As Hatty and Mick have noted, there's another set of hills almost as good near Stonehenge: However, these may be man-made. As you know from the book (Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe), there are lots of neolithic monuments along the South Coast which appear to be designed to do the same thing.
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Re: Heavens' Henge

Postby Boreades » 10:06 pm

And the next stupid question is....

How do you engineer two hills to be the same height?
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