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Re: Getting back to the subject in hand - Silbury Hill
Aug 03, 2007, 09:19
Hi Paul,
Thanks for all that, to be quite honest I don't conduct arguments on forums, nor strangely enough do I bear grudges, we all have different personalities its exhausting having to reply to people who see things differently from ones own point of view.
But returning to the subject in hand once more, I went to Avebury on Wednesday, August 1st - Lammas Day to be exact just to see that Silbury was fairly intact, which it is on the OUTSIDE, no implosion having occurred, not that I thought one had really. Witnessed the druid ceremony, as did Ronald Hutton - scribe of paganism. Watched Terry the Druid move round the top of Silbury invoking lightening (at least that was what I was told) luckily the gods were'nt with him and rain did'nt appear - the area round Silbury drains pretty quickly into the chalk, even though apparently the water had been over a metre deep on Saturday round Silbury. But the Winterbourne is running fairly deep for this time of the year.

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