Non-orthodox approaches to prehistoric monuments.
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Ancient Celtic New Zealand
A book about New Zealand, of an archaeo-astronomical nature, concerning ancient Celtic, pre-Polynesian inhabitants, showing stone and astronomical observatories that relate to Stonehenge.
Dolmen Restorers from the Future
A group of enthusiasts who believe that dolmens are a part of world history and who aim to preserve and restore this heritage.
The Geo Group
Modern day stone circle building. The group encourages and promotes the creation of sacred spaces and environmental art for the purposes of world peace and planetary healing.
Legends and tales of numerous standing stones and other Pagan monuments
Metalithic Grids, Blood & Cannibals on Mars
A theory about a global grid of megaliths and how its architects could have been Martian gods who sacrificed humans at the sites and fled the earth before the biblical flood.
Mystery Hill: America's Stonehenge?
Illustrated description of a megalithic site 40 miles north of Boston, USA, with theories of its builders and use, from The Museum of Unnatural Mystery.
Needles Of Stone
Web-publication of a 1970s book by Tom Graves which proposed a purpose for stone circles, standing stones and megalithic remains - from a dowsing/acupuncture viewpoint
The Sacred Island
Chambered cairns, mythology, astronomy and megalithic art of Ireland.
Stonehenge Clones and Metaphorms
Stonehenge has given rise to many replicas in the United States of America. Pics and information.
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