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Edited Aug 04, 2012, 15:51
Re: The finished circle
Aug 03, 2012, 15:55
Stone circles have nothing left in them [thats why archeologists don't like them] and when they do find stuff it's from a different age [romans liked leaving coins, and other people putting cairns or cremations in them] to when the circle was built, and their not going to be giving all there perfume away are they?? It doesn't give you an uneasy feeling but it does me, it's just my opinion. The video made me cringe [because of the commercialism, some guy gets taken to stonehenge and while there was thinking how he could use daddys money to make money out of the experience] to me it is quite clearly a money making exercise. The only diggers used on our one were to pull it down. The building side for the makers was probably a very underestimated part of the exercise.
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