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Revealed: Early Bronze Age carvings suggest Stonehenge was a huge prehistoric art gallery

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posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 11:26 PM

Originally posted by ABNARTY
Some thoughts:
2. The distribution does not seem random or artistic. It seems to convey some sort of geometry. The center is void of symbols, could this be the henge itself up on the hill? The placement of symbols perhaps polar coordinates for clans/villages/graves/etc?

4. Since some conclude the henge was used for astronomical purposes, could this not be some form of map for celestial bodies? A tracking guide?

I think back in 2008, it was theorized that Stonehenge was a burial place. So, if this theory could still stand, then the placements could possibly serve as Grave Markers... similar to that of the Vietnam Memorial Wall, or the 9/11 Memorial Wall.

Also, in regards to number 4:

Gerald Hawkins offered the then-most comprehensive hypothesis to date of Stonehenge's purpose. Hawkins saw the cluster of stones, constructed in phases from around 3100 B.C. through 1600 B.C., as an ancient astronomical calendar. Read more:

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