All posts by Hugh Newman
Stone Circles: A Worldwide PhenomenonIt is with pleasure that we welcome Hugh Newman, contributor to Megalith: Studies In Stone as our Author of the Month for August. Hugh discovers some of the world’s oldest examples of stone circles in remote and unlikely places, as well as seemingly shared ancient building techniques and traditions from around […]
MEGALITHIC ORIGINS: Ancient connections between Göbekli Tepe and PeruAt 6,500 years older than Stonehenge and 7,000 years before the pyramids were constructed, a cult megalithic complex sat atop the hills in Turkey.
The Olmec Origins of the 2012 Long Count CalendarTwo new discoveries have confirmed December 21st of this year as the final day of the Mayan Long Count calendar, but what was going on at the beginning date in 3114 BC and did the Maya really invent the calendar? Hugh Newman investigates the mysterious origins of the Olmec civilization […]