> Hi Carol -
> Yes, I have studied Newgrange as well as other important sacred
> sites in that area. In fact Newgrange happens to have direct
> relationships with the Stonehenge Sacred Landscape. That is one
> of the topics discussed in 'Stonehenge: As Above, So Below'.
> Let me be specific. The triad of points including the west end
> and east end of the Greater Cursus at Stonehenge, and the
> Stonehenge monument itself, are represented along the Brú na
> Bóinne by the three passage graves including Knowth, Dowth and
> Newgrange. I could hardly believe this relationship between the
> two most well known sacred landscapes in Britain and Ireland.
> However I am very confident of the finding. In fact
> orientations of the passageways inside the three Irish
> structures provide excellent independent evidence supporting
> the theory. What I am proposing is not idle speculation. Rather
> it is based on testable evidence, and certainly deserves
> further investigation by the professional archaeological
> community. I'm sure you can well imagine implications of this
Can you elaborate a bit more on the passageways in the Bru sites and how they relate to Stonehenge? They're all aligned differently, if I remember correctly, with Knowth and Dowth oriented E-W and Newgrange SE.