look like a doorway. The shape is very similar to those found
in Japan, to the entrances of some of their temples. Thus
perhaps another place of worship?
was designed as an astronomical observatory and a ritual center
for honoring the Goddesses and Gods, spirits of the Ancestors
and strengthening the fertility of the Earth. It was and is
a sacred Pagan site. Fortunately, the British government is
slowly recognizing this fact, by allowing the Druids access
at the correct times to this most sacred place. Thank you for
letting me express myself. BYWYD iR GYMRAEG "Life To Welsh!"
fighting warriors to be knighted...
builders created Stonehenge to house God's ark of the testimony
under the capstone which the builders rejected. The Heel Stone.|
was a place where people were killed - a gallows for the enjoyment
of the king. The gaelic root is "stan heange" - translation
- stone gallows. |
haven't a clue what it was intended for, but I feel - as with
all government owned projects - it's about time they finished
think Stonehenge is a kind of corridor to other dimensions!
to make people in the future think, 'Why did they build that'.
A bit like Harlow and Stevenage really.
A N Onymouse
believe that Stonehenge was originally built as a temple for
the summer and winter solstices or a physical representation
of the Goddess as the Great Mother for people to do ritual
in or around. I also believe that while doing ritual within
the confines of the structure you would feel that you were
within the body of the Goddess. It seems as if later in time
it was thought to be an astronomical instrument of some sort.
Demetra Hufnagel [11 years old]
believe that it was a worship center and possibly had a roof
supported by timbers. ( anyone have a better idea?) Charles
believe that Stonehenge is a living temple representing the
Great Goddess as The Universal Mother. The alignment is such
that it seems that at the Winter Solstice the "Sacred Child"
goes into the Earth between the stones representing her thighs,
and at Summer Solstice, the "Sacred Child" is born from an opposite
set of stones, again as thighs. I think that it was also a place
to honour the ancestors, and later a hierarchical gathering
place for religious and political purposes."
ancient gameshow set? Or maybe the first ever bus shelter. Obviously
the buses arrived much, much later".
was built in stages,mostly, as a sacred space to honor the ancestors."
its obviously a maintenance pit for flying saucers. Quite a
good design in fact. Easy access to all sides with a large saucer
park all round. Have to get back to my cooking. The mushrooms
are nearly done."
place for people to come together for weddings in front of the
what it was built for, but whoever done it was a bit fik, cos
they coincided the solstice 2002 with England-Brazil - doh!"