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Re: Stonehenge wasn't first second hand monument
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tiompan wrote:

At one time it was suggested by one geomorphologist that the "proto orthostat " had arrived at it's situation perfectly naturally ,if this was so and it was worth using, then the removal of that rock , or anything similar , to a distance anywhere from 100 metres to 150 miles would never have been noticed by the three g/g's .

An extremely good point and one which should give pause for thought.
In fact, observations of a similar nature very obviously did, and the censorship driven by aforementioned hubris put an end to any reasonable discussion on that blog site.

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Evergreen Dazed
Posted by Evergreen Dazed
15th December 2015ce

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