posted on Dec, 22 2013 @ 08:54 AM
reply to post by stumason
I wouldn't go so far to call it a facsimile, they haven't made anything up or added anything to the site which wasn't there.
Actually.. I would. I would say anything spiritually significant about placement, order or alignment was compromised if not thrown off by the
rebuilding from bare and cleared ground ..as at least one photo there shows the site prior to the reconstruction of what used to be
Have you ever been to Knotts Berry Farm in California? A piece of trivia...if you weren't aware of it. The "ghost town" that forms the original
core of the park isn't made from the hardware store. Not originally anyway. It was the Faithfully disassembled, carefully tagged and numbered to the
last board, reconstruction of a Ghost Town from the California desert.
They claim that isn't a replica...and in some ways, they're right. It isn't. Replica would suggest fabricating the material too. They didn't..and
Stonehenge apparently didn't either.
However, neither are authentic. For a tourist ghost trap? Who cares...it's neat. In the case of a location of great spiritual meaning and deep
connection to many on this planet? It MATTERS. A LOT.
I can't explain it better if that doesn't capture the issue.. I guess we'll call it a Faith thing I can't communicate better.