Malmaison wrote:In any case it seems travellers always have to have two routes, for summer and winter use respectively.
Boreades wrote:Likewise, if we could talk to pigeons and a few other birds, they would tell us how the electro-ferrite crystals embedded in their forebrains allow them to detect and resolve magnetic variations well enough to be a built-in GPS.
Humans can, in the right circumstances, wake up and tune into this low-level awareness of EMF variations. If that sounds a bit yogic, perhaps it's meant to.
Now geologist John Downes and geomorphologists Dyfed Elis-Gruffydd and Brian John have examined the site very carefully, and have come to the conclusion that there are no traces of a Neolithic quarry here. Instead, they interpret the rocky debris found during the archaeological dig as entirely natural accumulations resulting from intermittent rockfalls over a long period of time.
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