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Stony Littleton

Long Barrow

Stony Littleton (Long Barrow) by Kammer Taken 21st June 2003: Other than the enormous fossilised ammonite on the exterior of the tomb, this was the largest that I spotted. I can't remember exactly where it is, but I think it's on the right as you go down the chamber.
Kammer Image Credit: Simon Marshall
Posted by Kammer
23rd July 2003ce
Edited 23rd July 2003ce
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Comments (1)

The more I study these so called tombs I cant help feeling that they look more and more like some kind of prehistoric air raid shelter. Has anyone read the Kolbrin Bible excerpt below:

"Then, with the dawning, men saw an awesome sight. There, riding on a great black rolling cloud came the Destroyer, newly released from the confines of the sky vaults, and she raged about the Heavens, for it was her day of judgement. The beast with her opened its mouth and belched froth fire and hot stones and a vile smoke. It covered the whole sky above and the meeting place of Earth and Heaven could no longer be seen. In the evening the places of the stars were changed, they rolled across the sky to new stations, then the floodwaters came. …"

Just a thought?
Posted by timlaz
16th November 2013ce
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