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Re: Myths, truths and theories - Stonehenge
Sep 03, 2010, 08:01
mountainman wrote:
Hi folks -- first of all, can I explain that I didn't write that Western Mail piece. It claims I said many things that I didn't say -- in fact I spoke on the phone to a journalist, and she "put it into my own words", having actually misunderstood quite a lot......

If you want to know what I DO say, have a look at my two YouTube videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wEvLWkTBEc&feature=channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-f4c3F9iEaY&feature=channel

re glacial deposits on or near Salisbury Plain, there is a discussion and a review of the evidence in "The Bluestone Enigma."

Cheers

Brian


Hi MM,
You say in your YouTube clip that there are 67 stones missing from Stonehenge if what the archo's say about the total numbers are to be believed. If you are correct in what you are saying that no socket holes have been discovered at all for any of these missing stones then of course the structure was never completed in the manner in which we have been led to believe. I didn't realise this and was hoping that others far more knowledgable than myself on Stonehenge were going to comment on this and either back you up or disagree with your findings. Anyone?
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