GEORGIA GUIDESTONES: New World Order, Depopulation, and THE NEW TEN COMMANDMENTS!
Published on Dec 26, 2013
There are two schools of thought regarding the Georgia Guidestones, also known as the American Stonehenge. Some believe that the guide stones represent a new course of action to keep humanity on track after we destroy each other in a nuclear apocalypse. Others believe that the new Stonehenge is an evil monument instilling the values set forth by none other than the New World Order.
Published time: March 10, 2013 04:31
Edited time: March 10, 2013 18:08
New research has shed fresh light on Stonehenge’s past, suggesting that it was originally a graveyard and then a venue for mass celebrations that unified the whole of pre-historic Britain.
According to the team of researchers led by archeologist Professor Mike Parker Pearson of University College London, the historic site was in fact older than previously thought and had different functions.
“In many ways our findings are rewriting the established story of Stonehenge,” Parker Pearson said. . . . Read Complete Report
The discovery of a previously unknown henge monument has been found close to Stonehenge.
Using the latest geophysical imaging techniques, which “see” below the ground without excavation, it is possible to make out a dark circle of interrupted ditch. There are two wider gaps opposite each other – these were entrances to the monument and are aligned on the midwinter sunset and midsummer sunrise – like Stonehenge itself. Inside the ditch it is also possible to discern the slight shadows of 24 postholes encircling the the central area, 25 metres in diameter. Near the centre are more dark areas indicating pits, and a large shadow suggesting that a mound was constructed there, perhaps in a later phase of the monument’s use. The henge probably dates to around 2500-3000BC, contemporary with Stonehenge. . . . Read Complete Report
Millions of people have used Google Earth’s geo-modelling software to take a tour of the moon, Mars, foreign countries, or – let’s be honest – to compare their homes with those of their neighbours. But now a new project developed by Bournemouth University academics is giving surfers access to a virtual prehistoric landscape: Stonehenge.
The World Heritage site near Salisbury is now more accessible than ever, archaeologists claim, thanks to Google’s Under-the-Earth: Seeing Beneath Stonehenge project. Their last few years of findings, combined with the search giant’s technology, allows surfers to visit the Neolithic village of Durrington Walls, to scout around prehistoric houses, to see reconstructions of Bluestonehenge at the end of the Stonehenge Avenue and to explore the great timber monument called the Southern Circle. The sites look as they would have appeared more than 4,000 years ago – and all from the comfort of your desk. . . . Read Complete Report
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