posted on Nov, 11 2015 @ 06:49 PM
Rujm el-Hiri ,translated as the "stone heap of the wild cat", the complex has five concentric circles, the largest more than 500 feet (152 m) wide,
and a massive burial chamber in the middle. Its Hebrew name Gilgal Refaim, or "wheel of giants", refers to the race of giants of old testament
There is some supporting biblical evidence that the giants,also referred to as the Nefilim or "Nephilim", were the builders the Circle of the
In Genisis “the Refaim inhabit the place called Ashtherot-Karnaim. Just ten miles from the rings is the site of an ancient Canaanite city called
In Joshua ,King Og of Bashan the last of the Refaim, who lived at Ashtarot, ruled a territory stretching From Mount Hermon to far into the north.
The most explicit description of the size of the people of Bashan is found in Deuteronomy 3. “King Og‘s iron bedstead is kept at Rabbah, and
measures thirteen and a half feet long and six feet wide.” The Refaim “were a large and powerful tribe, as tall as the Anakim (giants).
The site is up to 5,000 years old, according to most estimates, meaning it was built around the time of England's Stonehenge.
And like Stonehenge the site seems to have astrological significance, on the shortest and longest days of the year , June and December solstices ,
the sunrise lines up with openings in the rocks.
The site is now used for training by Israel's military.