Stonehenge, a prehistoric stone monument is shrouded in a lot of mystery about what it was and what it was used for. Located at Wiltshire, England, it’s one of the world’s most ancient monuments and there’s obviously more to it than meets the eye. The Stonehenge we see today is incomplete as many of its stones have been broken up and taken away.
Researchers have found evidences that the monument was built around 3500-2500 BC even though there are claims that it was long before that and the stones were moved there from other places about 150 miles away. Nothing has been confirmed about who built it or why.
It’s believed to have been a burial ground at first. There were deposits of bodies deep underneath the stones. Based on archaeological research, there is no ”trash” on the site; this made scientists believe it was a very special place, like a sacred ground where people wouldn’t drop litter, an ancient religious site.
Astronomers also consider Stonehenge as a site for celestial and astronomical alignments to predict eclipses among other things. Also, others believed the site possessed healing abilities with people coming from all over the world to visit and heal their ailments.
Nobody knows for sure what Stonehenge was used for, that is why it’s one of the most mysterious places in the world and there are many theories surrounding its various purposes.
The site is really part of a much more complicated landscape; there are other less significant stone circles all around Europe. Stonehenge is situated at the center of ley lines, making it a place of power and energy. There are 14 major connecting ley lines.
Ley lines are grid of energy lines that circles the globe and connect several ancient sites and prominent landmarks. Ancient places of huge significance have larger concentration of ley lines which heightens the power and energy of these structures.
These ley lines connect Stonehenge to other landmarks. One of the ley lines from Stonehenge runs directly through The Ancient Ram Inn which connects them both. The Ancient Ram Inn was built on the intersection of two ley lines, and legend has it that one of the lines connect to Stonehenge and feeds energy from there to the Inn’s paranormal power.
These connections and many other relations go well beyond mere coincidences and attest to the fact that the mysterious site is more unique than being just a gathering of large stones.
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