which brings us back to windmills on salisbury plain...
sir, i must point out something about the traditional theory (story) of stonehenge being a religious monument. Stonehenge has yielded very few actual artifacts on the ground, no written record of any kind, no one single scientific proof, and certainly no soil test to prove absolutely that it was a temple. So the traditional theory could be said to have been "made up."
My theory of the Granary at Stonehenge just may be provable by scientific tests.
sorry for the late reply, i just discovered many missed messages.