Thank you very much for your interesting replies. I'd buy your book if I could read it - is it available in spoken word by any chance?Quote
Lastly, I agree that "the only ideas/beliefs in question here are those that might be deduced from the evidence of the structure itself, the ideas/beliefs of the people who built it." That is precisely what I am presenting in my findings and conclusions. My own beliefs are not included, and there is no intent to do so. From ny reasearch and analyses the evidence at Stonehenge and surrounding landscape make it clear that the people believed in spirit, and that as far as they were concerned they 'knew' where it came from and returned. We may conclude that they believed this, and they were wrong, but from the evidence it appears that their conclusion was that they 'knew' it. That is not my opinion nor belief. It is the conclusion from objective analysis and deduction from the evidence.
I hadn't looked to see which post you were responding to!! But I don't think it matters. It's all very interesting anyway.
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