Stonehenge Rock Source Identified

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posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 01:32 PM
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Did a search and did not find this, so here we are. It seems as though the exact source of the stones used to create this monument has at long last been identified. This of course raises new questions while answering others. Good stuff!
www.scientificamerican.com...




posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:14 PM
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The Wiltshire, England, site harbors evidence of ancient occupation, with traces of pine posts raised about 10,500 years ago. The first megaliths at Stonehenge were erected 5,000 years ago, and long-lost cultures continued to add to the monument for a millennium. The creation consists of massive, 30-ton sarsen stones, as well as smaller bluestones, so named for their hue when wet or cut.


That number....it keeps popping up....



posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:33 PM
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bigfatfurrytexan
That number....it keeps popping up....


Which one?

10,500 (years)
5,000 (years)
30 (ton)

On the OP. Good to know.

Regards



posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:33 PM
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as we speak a friend of mine is moving a 4 room log house down the Moon river on the ice by himself
ice happens in winter
you make a sledge or stone boat

I wonder how they lined those suckers up astrologically



posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:33 PM
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bigfatfurrytexan
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The Wiltshire, England, site harbors evidence of ancient occupation, with traces of pine posts raised about 10,500 years ago. The first megaliths at Stonehenge were erected 5,000 years ago, and long-lost cultures continued to add to the monument for a millennium. The creation consists of massive, 30-ton sarsen stones, as well as smaller bluestones, so named for their hue when wet or cut.


That number....it keeps popping up....


Which one. 10,500. 5000. Or 30-ton sarsen stone?



posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:36 PM
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10,500.

The end of the last ice age. the time of the younger dryas event. the end of the megafauna in North America.



posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 02:36 PM
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Velikovski determined a huge flood about that time...when the glaciers melted...
he thought maybe Venus came by from somewhere and influenced the earth while settling into its present orbit...
but now i think it appears they think we are on a timer
well except for al gore
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In his trance state when Edgar Cayce was asked when the Great Pyramid of Egypt was built, he stated that its construction was from 10,490 to 10,390 BCE (reading 5748-6). I have written earlier about the stars in the sky during this ancient time frame (see blog article “The Stars Above, the Great Pyramid Below: 10,400 BCE, 12/16/11), but there is more… much more. The previous article had noted that the stellar asterism that we today call “the summer triangle” were circumpolar stars at this ancient time. This pyramid of stars could have been their north guide. The ancient Egyptians saw these as the “imperishable” stars, the stars that never set as they never fell below the horizon. According to Egyptian mythology, this is the place in the sky where the Ba (the personality) and the Ka (the life force) soul parts would, once united, go to dwell as immortal brilliant spirits called akhus or khus.



This time period around 10,500 BCE has drawn the attention of such researchers and writers as Adrian Gilbert, Robert Bauval, and Graham Hancock, all of whom have written about aspects of this celestial landscape and how it fits this olden time period. Their research suggests an alignment of the pyramids of the Giza plateau with the constellation Orion/Osiris. It also indicates that during this time the constellation Leo rose due east out of the horizon to meet and greet its counterpart on earth in the sphinx, which faces due east. Dr. Robert Schoch, a geologist and a geophysicist, has examined the Sphinx and writes that the Sphinx and its surrounding area date to at least 5,000 to 7,000 BCE, if not earlier. This is at least 2,500 years earlier than the date given to it by Egyptologists. Dr. Schoch has also written about evidence that an advanced lost civilization from this 10,500 BCE time period may have been destroyed, possibly from solar cataclysmic events.



I have discovered even more evidence that makes the celestial sphere at this 10,500 BCE period even more ideal and unique for the construction of the Great Pyramid and a Golden Age of ancient Egypt called Zep Tepi (the First Time).

www.edgarcayce.org...

i guess the ice didn't go this far


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posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 04:10 PM
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Would it be cold enough for rivers to freeze? You could walk along the river bank and pull the block by ropes on the frozen river and it could just slide? Would that be easier than putting a block on a raft or boat?





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