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Re: The Circle of Perpetual Choirs of Britain
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Hi! There's a fair bit of "inventiveness" associated with this topic. Possibilities are explored is great detail at

There is an almost forensic dissection there of how the 3 original Triad sites of Old Sarum/Salisbury, Glastonbury and Bangor-on-Dee got morphed, by 1823, into the 3-some approximating to John Michell's Stonehenge, Glastonbury and Llantwit and, thus, into his decagon idea.

What is surprising, as reviewed at
is how John Michell seems to have wandered into someone else's New Jerusalem creation and - at least in his earlier version - created a model (had he known it!) that finds Pi and Phi (and St John) as Latitudes.



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Posted by geoffss
1st October 2010ce

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The "perpetual Choirs of Britain". (Forrester)

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