Stonehenge (England)

Stonehenge (England)

Stonehenge is a monolith of at least 5 stages between Neolithic Stone Age and Bronze Age. This structure is associated with astronomy, astrology, geometry, meteorology and paganism. The Stonehenge name means “hanging stones” in the old English.

In the Salisbury Plain in England there is a circle of large stones used for religious ceremonies and attributed to the Druids, a class of Celtic priests. Although it is possible that the Druidler used this stone circle, it extends to Neolithic peoples on the English islands. It is a single stone hoop that contains loft stones that are trimmed with sharp, smooth and moved from the outside to the local area, made of thirty stones in the upright position (still seventeen months from now) and placed on top of stones standing upright in curved shape, thus forming circular door gaps.

It is noteworthy that Stonehenge’s circle dividing and extending the entrance of the structure was positioned towards the sunrise in the summer (June 21), whereas the Newgrange monument, built at about the same time in nearby Ireland, was directed towards the sunrise in the wintertime (21 December).

On the other hand, the purpose of the construction was revealed by recent researches. Stonehenge, which had been claimed to be the frontier, sun-space observatory, sundial or UFO landing site, was used as a burial site for five hundred years. Stonehenge, which was used as a cemetery since five thousand years ago, was the greatest grave of England in 3000 BC. The astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle has proved that Stonehenge’s movements of the sign stones around the outer ring can be used to anticipate the holdings.

This ancient building is 130 km west of London. A similar thing is in Russia’s Flying Finds in Bashkortostan.