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Re: Stonehenge: Rosemary Hill
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In the 18th century, the antiquary William Stukeley dismissed the architect John Wood's theories as the "whimsys of his own crackt imagination"

Aah, crackt imagination like the cracked mirror - a thousand shards scattered on the ground - is'nt that the story of Stonehenge, pulled and pummelled by every passing whim of our glorious race.... Now waiting to be 'done up' for the Olympics, the government paying lipservice as always to what it will do and the handservant EH spending vast amounts of money that went exactly where - no where but into the pockets of those that would get greedy on anything that goes and will fit into their bank balances very nicely thank you ;)


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Posted by moss
6th July 2008ce
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