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Re: Similarities elsewhere?
Apr 01, 2013, 17:29
bladup wrote:
Yes Zennor has 2 chambers, I sit in and like them both, they both "feel" very different, the littlest one is really comfy because of the leaning stone that separates the chambers has a great angle to sit and lean against, in fact i'd go as far to say the angle is perfect to send your head into a very quick trance state, i don't think this is by chance, i've spent hours in it that seem like minutes.

I can't see where the second chamber might be in relation to the original pre capstone collapse structure . There is nothing structural from the original set up that could create anything like what Roy suggests was at Trethevy .
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