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Re: Durrington Walls shafts
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Just when you think the most poured over landscape has nothing more to give, crazy diameter circles appear. Wonder if the pits ever filled with water....sky mirror stylee or there was a more functional purpose. The Neolithic mind really is a strange beast. Currently reading Francis Pryors book 'The Fens' (well worth your time if it's your bag) and realising that there is so much more to be discovered out there. Starting to wonder if similar 'indicators' (for want of a better word) exist around other mega sites like Stanton Drew etc... It's not as if you'd be active looking for them is it so far outside the 'target' area. And in one of those weird synchronous acts I was listening to 'The Subtle Energies Commission' whilst perusing the Guardian article.


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Posted by Monganaut
22nd June 2020ce
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