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New information on Stonehenge

by Diana Forum moderator / January 31, 2007 2:50 AM PST
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Very interesting!
by Angeline Booher / January 31, 2007 7:31 AM PST

I'm glad I had the opportunity to visit it, and before ropes were placed around it to keep people put of the circle. it had to be done because some had chipped off "souveniers".

I think that about that time there was some speculation that there had been a community there, but the new findings confirm that. There are other henges around, but little remains of many of them. So perhaps there were more social communities than would have been expected for that early time.

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Stonehenge, where the demons dwell
by Josh K / January 31, 2007 10:08 PM PST
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Further (as I'm sure you also read),
by drpruner / February 1, 2007 12:19 AM PST

the newly-discovered stuff was probably housing for the 'construction workers.'
With my particular background, I found some very interesting side comments, and comments 'between the lines', which are anti-TOS. We get many parts of our modern culture from long-forgotten precedents. Note especially the apparent use of the River Avon mentioned in some of the related articles.

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