posted on Jun, 28 2007 @ 12:56 AM
I don't think that 'how they built it' was the msytical mystery of stonehenge more so than the 'why they built it' or what it was used for.
Modern Academia would have us believe that these were built as a calender for agricultural purposes, but I'm of the opinion that our early
ancestor's obsession with astronomy and time keeping was based on survival, anticpating a cyclic disasterous event perhaps. Nonetheless I would
hardly say that knowing how it was built would demystify anything, in fact knowing the great efforts it must have taken to construct, it is all the
more fascinating to speculate as to why in the world they would go to such trouble when any fool can count days and plant crops accordingly.