9 thoughts on “Stonehenge was an ancient time-keeping system, archaeologist says

  1. I just read an article on this very subject yesterday. Rather fascinating if the archeologists are correct (which, apparently, some don’t think they are). But the REAL mystery is how the stones were moved and placed there. (Some of the “theories” reach the absurd!)

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  2. Jeez, think they could come up with something new? I think I read my first book detailing a timepiece, though not this, theory fifty years ago. Could probably rattle out three timepiece theories off the top of my head. This isn’t new and I wonder why CNN chose to run it.

    Not too far off the mark InspiredUn: olde english builders oft stiffened foundations’ mortars with the blood of … others. And lizard skinned … that’s a new one. I like it

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    1. I still like the idea that Melin moved them using advanced mathematics and magic of the land. Hey if we don’t know how something was done or works it must be magic, right? ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜Š


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