posted on Dec, 23 2013 @ 03:42 AM
Well I will come forward and admit that I too am one of the idiots whom, purely by happenstance, has never throughout my lifetime happened to have
come across this information in any form retained within those memory banks accessible by my conscious self. In defence of us Non-Knowers of The
...It appears this information was dropped from the guidebook in the 60s and perhaps the official guidebook was where many
other places got their key "bullet point" information from which might explain why many articles, publications, TV shows etc., created after "the
sixties", may not have included this information. And while I admit I have never done any serious research on Stonehenge, I have seen it mentioned
in a lot of places, both conspiratorial and purely academic, and other, and I have not seen it mentioned. I'm almost sure it wasn't mentioned in any
of my schoolbooks but I could have forgotten.
Anyway, one thing I really wonder about is what made them fall over in the first place? Maybe someone already figured it out, like I said I personally
have not studied it in depth. From examining diagrams of how the stones were placed when found as well as the stones themselves,, maybe it can be
determined if it was perhaps an earthquake or intentionally done by a human.
I wonder if someone could figure out how strong of an earthquake it would take to do the damage surveyed. Or maybe someone decided it was evil and got
a team of horses and some rope... or...or...maybe it was the giants. The same ones who built them... in a fit of rage they knocked down the stones
after one too many meager sacrifices, or missed altogether sacrifices from the humans who grew weary of the giants demands or perhaps were simply
unable to fulfill them with the time, energy and resources available... of course I'm also open to the idea of just one lone giant as is the case in