“What Lies Beneath?"

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“What Lies Beneath?"

Postby Marcus Minucius Audens » Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:36 pm

>>>> Article Report - “What Lies Beneath?” <<<<

Author, Ed Caesar, Photographer, Hendrik Knudsen, Smithsonian, September 2014, Pages 30-41.

The article has colored photographs showing:

Page 30-31 -- A picture of Stonehenge in the fog;
Page 32-33 -- “A Geophysical Circus” - Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes

Page 34-35 -- Map of the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project;
Page 35 -- Oval and the Pits;
Page 36-37 -- Charmed Circle, Stonehenge;
Page 38-39 -- Monumental Standing, Stonehenge Empire;
Page 40-41 -- Solstice Heel-stone.

Below is a new story and a new view of a very ancient ground. The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project is the story of a groundbreaking survey of the landscape surrounding Stonehenge which has revealed so very interesting and tantalizing new clues as to what actually was what went on there. The Project has been utilizing ground-penetrating radars and GPS-guided magnetometers to build a three dimensional map of the four-square-mile area. The subterranean features detected by Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project show a full map showing both the “Oval” and new “Pits,” one of which is a very mysterious pit at the western end of the “Oval.”

The results of this project were amazing. This underground survey of the more than four square miles of ancient grounds, produced evidence of buried fifteen previously poorly understood or unknown late Neolithic monuments: henges, barrows, segmented ditches, segmented ditches, and pits. The pits appear to have been much too large in which to dispose of garbage. These findings may well suggest a degree of human activity around the Stonehenge area was much more extensive than has been suspected.

This new evidence has uncovered the surmise that the “Charmed Circle” was responsible for guiding the movement of great crowds. There are three photos of the Stonehenge Empire which show stones whose locations were determined and as the monument as would have appeared in its Neolithic heyday.

Respectfully Submitted;

Marcus Audens
Marcus Minucius Audens

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